THE POSITION Under the supervision of the Administrative Services Manager supervises the Finance and Human Resource functions of the District.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES · Supervises the finance and human resource functions of the District. · Ensures that financial transactions are processed, reported and records of all revenues and expenditures are properly maintained. · Supervises the maintenance of accounts payable and receivable records and reports. · Supervises the payroll process & maintains all related records, including insurance programs, retirement programs, related fringe benefits, and worker’s compensation program. · Reviews wage reports and other payroll data for related reporting requirements. · Maintains capital improvement and district inventory record and related reporting. · Prepares schedules for annual audit(s) with auditors and other agencies as appropriate. · Compose routine correspondence and prepare a variety of reports including statistical reports. · May assist in contract and lease review upon request of other managers. · May attend Advisory Board and other meetings. · Requires regular, predictable attendance. · Other related duties may also be performed.
Knowledge of · Principle of public administration, principle of organization and administrative management. · Principles and procedure of budgetary preparation and control · Principles, methods, and techniques involved in conducting administrative and management studies. Statistical methods, analyzing practices, methods, and procedures. · Knowledge of Municipal/Governmental accounting, practices and procedures.
Skill in · Advance use of computers · Staff supervision.
Ability to · Review and analyze administrative, management and financial reports and data. · Compile data, prepare reports, and make recommendations. Prepare questionnaires and interview effectively. · Analyze situations and adopt an effective course of action. Communicate clearly, concisely, orally and in writing. · Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Experience/education · Graduation from high school and business college or two (2) years experience, or an equivalent combination and experience.
Special qualifications · Possession of a valid California Drivers License and current auto liability insurance. Individuals who do not meet this requirement will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
SALARY & BENEFITS · Salary: $53,340 – $64,836 · Holidays: 15 paid holidays per year · Paid Administrative Leave · Paid Vacation · Paid Sick leave · Retirement: Sacramento County Employee’s Retirement System and Federal Social Security System. · Health insurance: District paid premium for employee and dependent coverage through the Sacramento County Employee Benefit Programs (Kaiser/Sutter/WHA) · Dental insurance: District paid premium for employee & dependent coverage (Delta Dental). · Vision: District paid vision for employee & dependent coverage through VSP; exception Kaiser, included in health plan. · Life insurance: The District paid premium for basic plan coverage for employee and dependents. Optional coverage available at the employee’s expense. (Prudential) · Deferred compensation: A 457 Plan is available
HOW TO APPLY Submit a District Application and Resume to: District Office Carmichael Rec & Park District 5750 Grant Avenue Carmichael, CA 95608-3744
Applications may also be downloaded at our website:www.carmichaelpark.com The application deadline is: March 2, 2018, or until filled
The most qualified applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be further considered to continue in the recruitment process. Candidates will be subject to interview and reference checks, including DOJ fingerprint screening. Successful candidate will be subject to pre-employment physical examination and drug screen performed at the District’s expense. Failure on any part of the selection process will result in disqualification and exclusion.