Under the direction of assigned supervisor, control, administer, coordinate, develop, and implement a financial management program to provide accountability for Districtwide accounting, cashiering, financial analysis, budget and compliance. In addition, direct and supervise all work in connection with Districtwide budget, financial audits and fiscal reporting. Serve as a member of the District labor negotiations team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Direct, administer, manage, instruct, and evaluate the work and personnel of the functional units of Budget and Administrative Services that oversee management and integrity of all financial resources of the District.
Coordinate the development of District Budget including revenue estimates, forecasting expenditures and student enrollments.
Direct the preparation of periodic financial reports for the District and Governing Board. Supervise the preparation of special financial or statistical research or analytical studies to assist the administration in the formulation of new policies in planning of new or revised programs; and attend Board meetings as required.
Direct the preparation and on-going oversight and accountability of the District Services business operations, including the annual budget and financial reporting.
Develop, coordinate, and participate in oversight of computerized financial system framework and modification.
Serve as a member of the District’s labor negotiations team. Prepare materials for use in labor negotiations.
Coordinate all financial strategies and procurements, including, bond issuances, negotiate banking relationships, armor car contracts, and audit contracts; and participate in the development and review of district financial agreements.
Manage District cash flow within the District's investment policy and procedures to ensure adequate liquid assets and maximum investment return on District funds.
Direct and assure the timely preparation, maintenance, submission, and distribution of reports, records, and questionnaires as required by federal, state, local, and district regulations.
Confer with other District administrative personnel and make decisions on actions implementing District policy, and internal controls.
Organize and meet with staff to plan, develop, and implement effective programs and support services in assigned areas of responsibilities.
Supervise and perform advanced professional accounting, accounting technology, statistical, and auditing work involving the establishment, maintenance, and interpretation of interrelated financial policies and procedures.
Consult with individual colleges and other governmental agencies; coordinate, review and process non-personnel contracts for the District, such as facility, equipment, and inter-district contracts.
Consult with other District and college administrators, staff, and agencies and direct the appropriate handling of unusual financial problems or deviations from policy.
In the absence of the Vice Chancellor, participate in Chancellor's Cabinet or other meetings to advise and communicate Districtwide financial and/or budgetary issues.
Provide direction and oversight for all Districtwide grants and categorical programs, including reporting, collections and fiscal impact.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Any combination of training and experience equivalent to: a master’s degree or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university with a major in accounting, finance, business or public administration or related business field. CPA or MBA preferred.
Eight to ten years of increasingly responsible, directly-related experience in fund accounting or closely-related functions, including at least five years in a progressively higher-level management/supervisory capacity, preferably in an educational or other public agency. Experience in computerized financial and accounting systems.
SPECIAL SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:
Principles, practices, policies, and procedures used in professional accounting and auditing work, particularly pertaining to financial analysis and research procedures.
Principles, methods, and procedures related to revenue collection and cashiering.
Advanced level of knowledge in financial accounting, budget and forecasting.
Laws, regulations, and policies governing the fiscal requirements of various state and federal agencies.
Principles and techniques of management organization, training, and supervision.
State, federal, and local law and policies related to finance.
Ability to work cooperatively and responsively with all segments of the Colleges and the District.
Sensitivity to all facets of the community including the needs of various groups, which comprise it.
Facilitate communication and understanding of perspectives among faculty, staff, students, the community, Chancellor, and Governing Board within the framework of a multi-college district.
Ability to gain an in-depth knowledge of the Education Code, Title 5 and other administrative regulations and the ability to apply these regulations.
Technical aspects of field of specialty
Ability to successfully delegate, ensure adherence to District policies, practices and procedures, hold others responsible yet instill confidence among the faculty and staff.
Ability to exercise fiscal leadership to advance the District’s and colleges’ missions.
Ability to participate in the planning process while participating in the achievement of the goals and priorities of the District as a whole.
Ability to participate in the process, development, and achievement of the district vision, and communicate that to faculty and staff.
Read, interpret, apply and explain complex laws, regulations, requirements, policies and procedures.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
Knowledge of business and contract law.
District organization, operations, policies, and objectives.
Ability to provide innovative leadership and direction to the District staff while participating in the achievement of the goals and priorities of the District as a whole.
Ability to prepare materials and strategies as a member of the labor negotiations team.
Commitment to the community college concept, including the open door philosophy and a diverse student population.
Commitment to a comprehensive, student-oriented environment that facilitates learning and student development.
Dedication to the improvement of the educational process.
Dedication to keeping students informed while seeking their opinions and providing a range of student services.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: Applicants can be initially placed at Step A or Step B or Step C based on years of experience. The full range for this position is: MG-12; $126,024 - $147,432 (Steps A - E)
Internal Number: 18-00008
About Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District
The Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District (GCCCD) is looking for you!
Since 1961, GCCCD has played a vital role in the social and economic development of San Diego County and enhanced quality of life by providing a world-class, affordable education.
The district operates two colleges, Grossmont and Cuyamaca, each providing post-secondary instruction in an array of educational classes, programs and services.