$116,466-$172,369 annually DOQ
1. Perform professional accounting functions in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.
2. Accountable for ensuring that policies and procedures (internal controls) are in place to provide reasonable assurance that the company assets are protected.
3. Responsible for the accuracy and timely completion of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
4. Responsible for the timely completion of the annual financial audit as well as other audits as the need arises.
5. Responsible for the funding and quarterly reporting of the Retirement and Other Post-Employment Benefits trusts.
6. Monitor and analyze department work to develop more efficient procedures and use of resources while maintaining a high level of accuracy.
7. Prepare allocations for all functions within the Accounting Department for the Support Services transfers.
8. Monitor compliance with District Policies relating to Payroll functions.
9. Maintain a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure.
10. Research and implement IRS regulations and GASB requirements.
11. Work with the Assistant Deputy Director on financial projects as needed.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
1. Knowledge of accounting concepts, practices and procedures.
2. Ability to use independent thought and judgement with regard to repetitive and detailed work.
3. Must be able to perform mathematical calculations in order to analyze and interpret financial data.
4. Must be highly skilled in Microsoft Office Applications.
Education and Experience:
1. Bachelor’s degree in accounting.
2. Ten years of progressive accounting experience (preferably in governmental accounting), five years in a supervisory role.
3. CPA preferred.
4. Requires a valid Texas Driver’s License.
Environmental Factors, Activity Levels and Equipment
This position requires minimum physical exertion with daily lifting requirements up to 10 pounds. Significant finger dexterity required. Activities may include carrying office materials, pulling and pushing file drawers and organizing paperwork. Duties are almost always carried out in an office environment. Equipment used includes a computer, printer, calculator, copier and telephone.
How To Apply
Based on experience
Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance-related field preferred
Knowledge of governmental accounting and auditing principles established by the
Governmental Accounting System Board (GASB)
Ability to analyze and interpret financial data, analyze and evaluate accounting problems,
develop data, and recommend improved procedures
Knowledge of computerized accounting systems
Ability to use personal computer and software to develop complex accounting reports,
spreadsheets, and databases
Ability to work with numbers in an accurate and rapid manner
Effective communication and interpersonal skills
Two years’ accounting experience at a high level of responsibility
1. Maintain the general ledger and prepare journal entries and budget transfers.
2. Assist in the preparation of income balance sheets, income statements, consolidated
statements, and other statements and reports.
3. Classify, record, and summarize numerical and financial data to compile and maintain
financial records using journals and ledgers or computer.
4. Compute and prepare data for journal entries and budget transfers
5. Check figures, postings, and documents for correct entry, mathematical accuracy,
proper codes, and budget availability.
6. Reconcile records of bank transactions.
7. Review documents related to travel approval and travel reimbursement.
8. Set up and maintain account controls, logs, and files.
9. Review and verify accuracy of journal entries, accounting methods, and procedures.
10. Debit, credit, and total accounts on computer spreadsheets and databases using
specialized accounting software.
11. Serve as administrator of district purchasing card program.
12. Reconcile online/credit card receipts and input into accounting software.
13. Assist in the planning and preparation of the district budget.
14. Monitor and reconcile expenditures with budget availability.
How To Apply
Go to Dripping Springs ISD website - Human Resources
Commensurate with Experience
City Controller's Office. The City of Dallas has an investment portfolio of over $1 billion,
approximately $2 billion of property tax supported debt, and $2 billion in other revenue
supported debt. The position reports directly to the City Controller. As Assistant Director to the
City Controller, this position will be required to operate with a high level of discretion, judgment
1. Manages over $1 billion in investments for the City, including the City's internal
investment pool and seven separate investment portfolios for revenue bond reserve
funds, endowment funds, and other dedicated purposes.
2. Manages relationships with investment providers, including approved broker/dealers, local
government investments pools, and money market mutual funds.
3. Maintains compliance with state and federal regulations governing investment of public
funds, including bond proceeds.
4. Reports information required by state law and the City's investment policy to the City
5. Coordinates the process of debt issuance using the services of financial advisors, bond
counsel, paying agents, etc.
6. Manages the City's outstanding debt obligations, including issuance of commercial paper
notes to fund capital projects.
7. Maintains compliance with federal regulations governing tax-exempt debt issuance,
including providing investment records for arbitrage rebate compliance reporting and filing
required disclosure related to outstanding debt.
8. Directs the Request for Applications process for depository services, including
communicating with other City departments regarding their banking services needs and
working with Purchasing and the City Attorney's Office to ensure a process that complies
with State law and the City Charter.
9. Reviews and evaluates City departments' use of banking services.Promotes the efficient
use of banking services in City operations.
• Supervises the Banking Services Manager (Manager III), Investment Officer (Manager
III), Debt Manager (Manager III position), and Deferred Compensation Manager.
• Oversees annual budget preparation for the Cash and Debt Management Division of
CCO.Monitors expenditures to ensure budget compliance.
• BS/BA degree in accounting, finance, business administration, public administration, or
• Effective oral and written communications skills, MS/Word and MS/Excel or similar
software skills plus knowledge of accounting principles, spreadsheet analysis, and
• Seven (7) years professional experience in public finance, including knowledge of the
governing federal and state regulations. MBA or MS degree in finance, business
administration, or public administration may substitute for two (2) years of the seven (7)
years of professional experience.
• Four (4) years of supervisory management responsibilities in public finance.
• Certified Professional Accountant (CPA), Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), or
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) is preferred not required.
• An advanced degree in the same fields is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
• Thorough knowledge of business principles, practices and techniques used in department
• Knowledge of principles and practices of personnel management.
• Ability to plan, direct, and coordinate the work of others through subordinates.
• Skill in oral and written communication.
• Ability to work with a diversified group of individuals.
• Ability to establish and maintain an effective rapport with all levels of city management,
city officials, vendors, contractors, promoters, media, community business organizations,
various associations and the general public.
• Some positions may require knowledge of marketing and contracting regulations for
municipal governments, and ability to negotiate contracts.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed
by personnel assigned to this classification and is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all
responsibilities, duties and skills required.
* Applications must be complete, including previous salary history and required
references. A resume and letter of interest are recommended. All documents must be
attached at the time of submission for consideration. A resume should be submitted
as supplemental documentation only and will not be considered as a primary
application for the position. Incomplete applications may not be considered.
Application must be submitted by the deadline noted on the NeoGov application
The City of Dallas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
How To Apply
Please feel free to inquire or apply to this position at www.dallascityhall.com
$53,617 or Depending on Qualifications
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance or Accounting, plus five (5) years of experience in cash management, investments or financial analysis, preferably in a municipal government environment. Experience in municipal debt cash management or banking operations is preferred. A Master’s degree in Business, Finance or Accounting may substitute for two (2) years of the required experience
How To Apply
Apply online at https://bpubcareers.com/