Pay Range 93 This advanced level manager will, under general direction from the Director of Finance, plan, organize direct, and implement financial strategies; plans, organizes, and manages the District’s financial affairs, including but not limited to one or more areas of financial planning for capital projects, debt management, cash management; and performs related duties as assigned. Required Skills: Ability to analyze and make sound recommendations on complex financial data, operations, management and administrative issues; plan and direct a variety of financial programs and activities; evaluate financial programs and make recommendations for improvement; evaluate complex investment vehicles and strategies and make sound, prudent investment decisions that maximize financial return while safeguarding the District’s assets; define complex financial, rate setting and financing issues, perform difficult and complex analyses and research, evaluate alternatives and develop sound conclusions and recommendations; understand, interpret, explain and apply District, state, and federal policy, law, regulation and court decisions applicable to areas of responsibility; present proposals and recommendations clearly, logically and persuasively in public meetings; represent the District effectively on a variety of issues; prepare clear, concise and comprehensive financial and treasury statements, correspondence, reports, studies and other written materials; exercise sound, expert independent judgment within general policy guidelines; establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of District management, other governmental officials, employees and the public; exercise tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive, complex and confidential issues and situations. Note: Typical pass point for testing is 70% unless otherwise noted. District policy allows department management to use all or a portion of the selection process identified within this job flyer, but may not add additional steps after the flyer has been posted. Only the most competitive applicants may advance to an oral interview. Employees who are not meeting the expectations in their current position will not be advanced in the selection process.