Kensington Police Protection and Community Services District Kensington, CA, USA
Aug 12, 2019Part Time
About the Responsibilities Some of the District Finance and Business Manager’s responsibilities will include but not be limited to the following: • Administers, plans, organizes, implements, and directs the activities of numerous District support functions, including but not limited to, contract administration, risk mitigation, fiscal management and accounting, payroll, purchasing, accounts receivables and payables, and cash and reimbursement reconciliation. • In coordination with the General Manager, ensures implementation and conformance with Board adopted policies and procedures. • Directs and supervises the development of sound fiscal control systems; in conjunction with the General Manager coordinates the review, development, and monitoring of the budget (both operating and capital) and accounting activities throughout the fiscal year cycle; investigates new revenue sources and innovative processes; develops new ordinances as requested; analyzes legislation; assists the General Manager with intergovernmental relationships; may be assigned to special projects as needed. • Participates in the development and monitoring of short and long-range fiscal plans to meet District and community needs; reviews, analyzes, formulates, and recommends changes to administrative and organizational policies, procedures, practices, services, programs, and other activities as needed. • Prepares, reviews, and analyzes a wide variety of reports, correspondence, and other materials; develops and implements plans to improve the economy, efficiency, and quality of work processes and/or services provided; may direct organizational/operational studies and present recommendations for reducing costs and increasing/sustaining revenue sources and options. • Is a self-starter who can work with minimal supervision. The Ideal Candidate An independent worker, with a self-starter type of mentality is highly desired. Candidates will have the ability to plan, organize, direct, and administer the support functions and operations of a complex district. Must be able to solve problems of unusual difficulty related to management and administration. Administration experience with waste management & law enforcement. Experience with implementing new finance and payroll systems. Onboard and organize things quickly and without supervision. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others, including Board members, other District staff as well as others in the community and with other agencies.