Administration and Finance Manager - General ServicesSUTTER COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
Under administrative direction of the General Services Director, plans, organizes, and directs the administrative, fiscal and support operations; performs complex financial, budgetary, claims management, business management, audit, billing, and fiscal management functions supporting General Services’ programs, including purchasing of supplies, materials and services, the provision of information technology support, fleet maintenance and management, and building and grounds maintenance; assists in policy and procedure development and implementation; and provides highly complex staff assistance to the General Services Director. Occasional overtime, evening and weekend work is required for this position. The eligible list established from this recruitment may be used to fill any future opening(s) in this class up to nine months.
Salary: $90,351 - $110,154/Annually
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Principles, practices, methods, and techniques to manage the diverse and complex fiscal activities of a major department; utilities fees, user fees, and development impact fees; principles and methods of contract administration, budget preparation and program management; principles and techniques of fiscal management and budgetary control; principles and practices of leadership, motivation, team building, and conflict resolution; local, state and federal laws and regulations affecting activities of the department; general knowledge of the administration; principles and practices of organizational analysis and management; principles and practices of supervision, training and personnel management; standard office equipment; computer applications and techniques as they relate to performance of duties.
Plan, organize, direct and assist in the formulation of policies and procedures related to the fiscal and administration functions within the General Services Department; define problem areas and supervise the collection, interpretation, and evaluation of data related to program assignments; define and select alternatives; rationalize and project consequences of decisions and/or recommendations; supervise, train and evaluate personnel; initiate, plan, organize, evaluate, and coordinate work assignments with a minimum of direction and control; instruct, persuade, negotiate and motivate individuals with diverse backgrounds and interests; interpret complex regulations, laws and guidelines; prepare concise, logical oral and written reports; interpret and explain policies, procedures and/or recommendations on a wide variety of programs and management issues to include financial oversight of division budget and business operations; study available resources and make recommendations on contractual agreements; prepare and maintain accurate records; respond to emergency situations in a calm and controlled manner; exercise sound judgment and rational thinking under varied circumstances; work with federal and state officials involved in the administration and reimbursement for grants and programs; establish and maintain effective relationships with staff, clients, the community and others contacted in the scope of employment; operate standard office equipment; use personal computer, related hardware and software applications in performance of duties.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Public or Business Administration, Accounting or a closely related field, and four years of progressively responsible experience in performing professional level administrative, budgetary, operational, organizational, or policy analysis that would demonstrate the application of the above knowledge and abilities. A Master’s Degree in Public or Business Administration, or related field is desired.