City of Albany 1000 San Pablo Avenue, Albany, CA, USA
Apr 09, 2018Full Time
Under the direction of the City Manager, be responsible for the preparation and administration and control of the City’s operating budget and Capital Improvement Program. Calculate cost distributions and provide for the production and distribution of preliminary and final budget documents. Develop short and long range financial plans, analysis, and forecasts – with alternatives – to enable the City to determine financial policy for achieving operating and capital improvement objectives within available financial resources. Coordinate the funding and expenditures of the various enterprises of the City into an integrated accounting and budgeting procedure which accurately reflects the entire current financial plan of the City. Review, evaluate, recommend and implement improvements to the City’s administrative and financial internal control systems and procedures. Oversee accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, purchasing, taxation, fee collection and related financial functions. Exercise the full range of supervisory and managerial authority over assigned professional, paraprofessional, technical and clerical staff. Set work priorities and evaluate work performance. Oversee as well as prepare reconciliation of journals, ledgers and other accounting records; records and reports for submission to various regulatory and governmental agencies; and, information and reports requested by the City Manager and City Council. Provide comprehensive financial management services and solve varied accounting and related problems. Direct the year-end closing of accounting records and prepare reports and work papers for annual audit, and ensure audit compliance. Oversee the preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) including narrative, financial and statistical data. Participate in the City investment process with the elected City Treasurer, provide input on long-range investment policies, and finance debt issuance as required. Support City Treasurer oversight of business license functions. Coordinate the activities of the City’s financial software. May be assigned oversight of the City’s information technology system and services. Participate in City Council, committee, staff, and other public agency meetings and conferences. Make presentations of City financial status and operations to City Council and the public. Represent the City in meetings with governmental agencies, vendors, business and professional organizations and the public.