WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING HERE AT TEAM RC:
This position might be perfect for you if:
- You are a numbers enthusiast. You love numbers, accounting for them, analyzing them, and helping others understand them.
- You have a knack for communication and know how to explain complicated matters to people without expertise in finance.
- You are friendly and approachable and enjoy helping others succeed.
- You are innovative and allow your creativity to shine when a complex task rears its head.
- You're comfortable not knowing all the answers because solving the puzzle by digging into data is your idea of a good time. It is just another opportunity to learn and grow.
- You pay attention to the details and see the little things that make the difference.
- You are a leader! You conduct yourself with honesty and integrity, encourage collaboration, assist in policy setting, and serve as an advocate for the City's mission, vision, and values.
A day in the life would consist of:
Revenue/cash monitoring and analysis:
- Monitoring and forecasting major City revenues and working with other departments to generate revenue estimates.
- Performing daily cash management analyses to ensure the City's daily cash needs are being met.
- Establishing and overseeing efforts to collect past due receivables.
- Managing City banking relationships and related supporting service providers.
- Managing third party contracts for revenue collection, such as Data Ticket.
- Facilitating Requests for Proposal for various finance-related services.
- Assisting the City Treasurer and Finance Director in administering and reporting on investment activities.
- Managing and mentoring assigned staff.
- Utilizing your fabulous analytical brain to tackle planned (and unplanned) special projects for the Department and effectively report out on the results.
ARE YOU QUALIFIED:
Education and/or Experience:
- Graduation from college with a Bachelor's Degree or coursework in Public Administration, Accounting, or a related field; and two years of responsible governmental administrative experience or any combination of training and experience that provides the desired knowledge and abilities.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Knowledge of the principles of municipal administration, accounting and auditing, budget and grants management; computer applications in administrative functions; related laws, ordinances, and regulations; principles of research, statistical analysis and report preparation. Ability to perform complex professional administrative and analytical work requiring sensitivity to issues; interpret and apply related laws, ordinances, and policies; conduct research; prepare and present reports; provide liaison to other City personnel, other agencies, and the public; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; direct the work of others involved in related activity.