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Assistant Environmental Services Financial Manager
JOB CODE:100170
SALARY RANGE:$49,975 - $84,385
Department of Environmental Services
Under the direction of the Environmental Services Financial Manager, performs highly responsible supervisory and administrative work in assisting with the direction and financial administration of operating capital improvement projects for the Department of Environmental Services. Work involves the efficient administration of all financial and administrative matters associated with both the sewer and solid waste operating and capital improvement programs. Work involves the supervision of professional, technical, and clerical staff; financial stewardship of City-Parish funds; and, in the absence of the Environmental Services Financial Manager, representation of the department in a variety of public forums (e.g. Metro Council meetings). Work requires exceptional teamwork and the use of independent judgment within established policy guidelines. Performs other work as requested.
Actively participates in the senior leadership team of Environmental Services to enhance operational efficiency, continually improve client services, and build the capability of the staff through workforce development programs. In this role, consults closely with the Environmental Services Financial Manager and with fellow senior leadership team members, as required. Assists with the administration and management of contracts with capital improvement program managers (contractors, architects, engineers) to meet the financial and performance objectives of the respective programs. In close cooperation with the Environmental Services Financial Manager, provides project oversight of contractors' performance on assigned projects and programs. Consults with stakeholder groups (contractors, architects, engineers, developers, citizens, City-Parish government employees) regarding the financial and contractual administration of operating and capital improvement projects for the Comprehensive Sewerage Enterprise Fund, the Solid Waste Disposal Facility Fund, and the Solid Waste Collection Fund. Assists with preparing the operating and capital improvement budgets for the Comprehensive Sewerage Enterprise Fund, the Solid Waste Disposal Facility Fund, and the Solid Waste Collection Fund. Analyzes financial alternatives for the operating, debt service, and capital budgets for the Comprehensive Sewerage Enterprise Fund, the Solid Waste Disposal Facility Fund, and the Solid Waste Collection Fund through the use of financial modeling, utilizing known factors such as revenue and expense trends, as well as other variables. Meets with federal, state, and local governmental officials in order to negotiate a fair and effective consent decree and to monitor its implementation. Assists in financial policy and procedures development; prepares periodic and special financial reports. Supervises employees in the Department of Environmental Services - Office of Financial Services.
Knowledge of modern principles, practices, and procedures of public financial administration with emphasis on accounting, auditing, and budgetary procedures. Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, policies, and procedures. Knowledge of the operations, functions, policies and procedures of the Department of Environmental Services. Knowledge of the Plan of Government provisions, ordinances, and state laws governing the financial administration of local government. Knowledge of the City-Parish's account code structure. Ability to organize, plan, direct, and evaluate the work of others. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, superiors, and other interested parties. Ability to analyze and effectively explain the financial aspects of sewer and solid waste programs to public officials and neighborhood groups. Ability to utilize both the current and new financial systems to extract financial data for analysis. Ability to audit and monitor large construction projects for contractual compliance. Ability to apply good work habits such as punctuality, reliability, preciseness, and dependability in order to effectively complete assigned tasks and contribute to the smooth operation of the department and division.
Bachelor's degree in accounting and four years of experience in contract administration and management, budgeting, auditing, or financial administration work, including one year of supervisory experience (may include budget or project management).
Any equivalent combination of education and experience.
The work examples described in this specification are intended only as an illustration of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from job performance requirements if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the job.