Position is responsible for administering the day-to-day operations of cash flow, treasury management, and overall financial reporting of the agency. Responsibilities include maintaining financial records, managing banking operations, providing financial advice, and leading a team of 7 direct reports in the cashiering / bookkeeping department. This position will perform analysis of financial activity regarding deposit accounts, certificates of deposit, and other investment instruments. The position is responsible for analyzing and controlling internal processes and generating statistical reports for the Office of the Marion County Treasurer. Reports directly to and advises the Deputy Treasurer CFO.
This position oversees the daily functions of the treasury management system and provides valuable guidance to the Deputy Treasurer – CFO on short and long term financial planning for the enterprise. Responsibilities include; Financial Reporting Responsible for the financial reporting of 2 billion in annual revenue received from property, income, wheel, and license excise tax collections. Oversees the reconciliations of the Countys cash to fund balances on a daily, monthly, and annual basis.
Works with the Deputy Treasurer CFO to oversee and verify collection of the Marion County property tax levy. Contributes to the annual internal Marion County Treasurers Office budget process. Works with Marion County Auditors Office to post adjustments and corrections. o Completes thorough investigation of un-reconciled items. Works with City and County departments and agencies to dispute false chargeback requests. Works with Marion County Auditors Offices to verify deposits that have been reduced for those payments that have been declined during the payment process. Investments / Banking Manages daily cash banking positions that averaged over 320 million dollars a month in 2020. Assist the Deputy Treasurer CFO in directing the wire transfer of monies to bank accounts. Analyzes the investment position of County Funds, identifies opportunities to increase interest earnings income, and prescribes plans of action to Deputy Treasurer CFO. Maintains effective working relationships with banking partners and other key service providers. Assist with the validation and preparation of bank deposits daily. Monitors and resolves problems regarding bank transactions.
Risk Management / Internal Controls Documents/investigates root cause of voids and register overages/shortages. Assist with obtaining documents and answering questions of external auditors preparing the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and audit for Marion County. Monitors compliance to State Board of Accounts (SBOA) internal controls over/short limits and communicates exceptions to the Deputy Treasurer CFO. Works with team members on periodic reviews and updates to internal controls, policies and procedures. Management / Training Reviews work completed by staff to ensure accuracy and completeness. Establishes and reviews new standard operating procedures and guidelines for recording and balancing records in order to improve efficiency and ensure compliance with applicable standards and Indiana Code. o Assist with developing and maintaining a system of policies and procedures over treasury activities. o Assist as needed in the development of policies and procedures of all facets of the Marion County Treasurers Office.
Establishes goals and/or priorities and deadlines and maintains responsibility for daily work flow of subordinates in Cashiering & Bookkeeping Department. Supports special projects within the Marion County Treasurers Office
Bachelors degree in Accounting, Finance or related field (CPA preferred). Four (4) years of work experience, one (1) of which was supervisory is required; or 8 years of directly related work experience, one (1) of which was supervisory. Knowledge of accounting principles and procedures is required and understanding of internal controls. Proficiency in the use of software applications are required including, but not limited to; Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PeopleSoft, etc. Must be able to update and/or create reports, and spreadsheet as needed. Demonstrate creative ability when presented with unformatted projects and/or ideas. Must be able to present complex data and communicate clearly and effectively. Must be able to establish and set priorities according to time sensitive information to be successful in this position. Candidate must be able to communicate effectively
Position requires the knowledge of established policies and procedures, which controls most of the actions in this position. Successful candidate may also rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish assignments in a timely manner with a high emphasis on attention to detail, accuracy, utilizing various data formats, as well as some independent judgement based on professional experience. Other duties and tasks are routine in nature and performed under moderate supervision following standard procedures.
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