Inland Valley Development Agency/San Bernardino International Airport Authority 1601 East Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92408
Aug 08, 2019Full Time
ESSENTIAL DUTIES: The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth Resolves or participates in the resolution of all fiscal matters of the Agency and Authority. Develops and reviews reports and makes recommendations on a broad range of complex revenue, and financial management issues. Develop and submit reports consistent with current FAA policy on the airport financial reporting program. Develop and manage short and long term financial goals, and ensure consistency with Airport capital improvement plans. Manage and recommend updates to airline rates and charges. Analyzes and reports on detailed financial data, reviews leases, and produces monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements for the IVDA and SBIAA. Performs the duties of the Auditor for the San Bernardino International Airport Authority as described in the Authority’s Joint Powers Agreement; works with the Agency and Authority’s federal, state and local auditors. Oversees independent financial audits for both Joint Powers Authorities as well as other audits, agreed upon procedures reviews as required and appropriate; works with Federal, state and local agencies as necessary. Administers grants, coordinates and prepares grant billings to obtain reimbursement funding from federal, state and local governments and from private institutions. Participates in bond programs including authorization, sales and management. Manages finance, accounting and purchasing support staff. Evaluates, and reviews work, establishes and monitors work performance requirements and recommends compensation; makes disciplinary action decisions consistent with policies and procedures. Directs preparation of IVDA/SBIAA annual and mid year budgets, makes budget presentations to the IVDA Board and SBIAA Commission. Develops and reviews staff reports for the IVDA Board and SBIAA Commission consideration for financial impacts to the Agency and the Authority. Prepares and presents financial reports to the IVDA Board and SBIAA Commission, and other organizations, Acts as a financial liaison to other department managers within the IVDA and SBIAA. Directs financial analysis, planning, procurement and investment of IVDA/SBIAA funds. Involved with payroll analysis and related budgetary activities. Responsible for the receipt, disbursement, banking, protection and custody of IVDA/SBIAA funds. Insures that IVDA/SBIAA property is appropriately covered by insurance for casualty workers compensation and liability losses. Assigns, coordinates, and performs special projects. Performs other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of: Complex governmental accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Principles and practices of cost and fixed asset accounting. Internal control and audit practices and principles. GAAP, GASB, GFOA accounting standards and requirements. Airport financial reporting program. Airline rates and charges. Principles and practices of aviation administration FAA and state rules, regulations, and laws regarding airport operations, maintenance and financial management. General principles and practices of human resources, administration, supervision, and training. Practices of public purchasing, contract administration and public records. Budget preparation and presentation methods and processes. Complex accounting financial and software and its use. Methods of preparing and presenting a variety of data and information. Ability to: Plan, organize and direct complex accounting and auditing operations. Analyze a wide variety of data and determine status of accounts. Prepare complex and comprehensive accounting reports. Understand, interpret, explain and apply federal, state and local policy, law, regulations and court decisions applicable to fiscal matters. Train, supervise, and evaluate assigned personnel. Meet schedules and timelines. Operate a computer to enter and retrieve data, maintain records, and generate reports. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing and translate complex financial information in lay terms. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships and successfully manage and lead teams of internal and external customers.