Enterprise Revenue Chief, Office of Revenue

Enterprise Revenue Chief, Office of Revenue
City of Atlanta Department of Revenue
 Atlanta, Georgia
Job Description

The Office of Revenue administers revenue assurance and auditing, accounts receivable management, billing and collection, business licensing, lien recordings, payment processing and online services. The billing and self-reported collection accounts include general business license, hotel/motel tax, car rental tax, alcohol tax, franchise fees, municipal leases, professional tax accounts and compliance with the City Code of Ordinances. This organization conducts revenue audits to ensure that businesses are accurately reporting all revenues due to the City. The accounts receivable team conducts ongoing review and analysis of major aged accounts and ultimately enforcement actions including the placement of liens to satisfy outstanding debts, with a primary focus on delinquent water/wastewater and solid waste accounts. The Office of Revenue payment processing activities includes ensuring daily bank deposits, accounting and posting of City receipts to the general ledger and the management of online payment programs. The position coordinates and performs professional and confidential special project functions and assists the Chief Financial Officer with major projects city-wide.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience and strong capabilities in:

Key economic indicators/Financial forecasting

The assessment and impacts of Millage Values/Tax Digest

Collections management processes, systems and reporting

Budgeting/Activity Based costing

Applicable State and local laws

Governmental Accounting Practices

In addition, the City is seeking an individual who is highly accomplished in developing and managing high performing teams and leading complex cross functional projects. This position will require the establishment and implementation of a long term strategic and operational vision, with the managerial capabilities to orchestrate the organization structure, process, measurement systems, personnel performance management and systems changes required to achieve world class results.