JOB: Finance Manager, Martinez CA

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    Corey McCarren
    Job ID: 9847452
    Position Title: Finance Manager
    Company Name: Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
    Job Function: Finance
    Entry Level: No
    Location(s): Martinez, California, United States
    Posted: March 23, 2012
    Job Type: Full-Time
    Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
    Min Experience: 7-10 Years
    Salary: $117,576.00 – $142,920.00 (Yearly Salary)

    Job Description

    Monthly Salary: $9,798 – $11,910 plus excellent benefits

    The Finance Manager is responsible for the District’s financial, accounting, purchasing, treasury activities and management information systems, and provides management and the Board of Directors with effective assistance in the areas of fiscal planning and control, accounting, budgeting, and investing public funds. This is a management classification that reports to the General Manager, and serves as an integral member of the Administration Department.

    Typical responsibilities may include:
    • Planning, organizing, directing, and reviewing the work of staff in the Accounting and Purchasing Divisions; develop and implement goals, objectives, work standards, policies, and procedures.
    • Managing the preparation of the District’s annual budget; presenting reports to the Board of Directors; and projecting and monitoring the annual Sewer Service Charge Revenue Program.
    • Preparing a wide variety of detailed and analytical accounting, statistical, and narrative reports necessary for fiscal review.
    • Managing the District’s temporary investment portfolio.
    • Reviewing the District’s investment policy and recommending revisions to the Board of Directors.
    • Participating in planning and administering long-term revenue or debt financing.
    • Managing the Cafeteria Plan and updating Plan documents with IRS regulatory changes.
    • Advising District management and the Board on issues related to the retirement program.
    • Coordinating the completion of the District’s annual audit.
    • Directing the maintenance and upgrades of computer-based applications for the District’s financial management information system.
    • Acting as Trustee for District’s Deferred Compensation Program.

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