Job: 9177 Manager III – Capital Revenue Manager
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 Job Title:  9177 Manager III – Capital Revenue Manager
 Position Type:  Full-Time
 Compensation/Salary:  $94,276.00 - $120,302.00 annually
 Job Code:  JSY4030
 Posted On:  12 Jul 2013
 Company/Agency:  San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
 Job Category:  Revenue-Treasury
 Location:  San Francisco, CA 
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 Job Description
 
The City and County of San Francisco

Municipal Transportation Agency



9177 Manager III – Capital Revenue Manager

Recruitment #PEX-9177-M00047



Salary: $94,276.00 - $120,302.00 annually



POSITION DESCRIPTION:


Under administrative direction, the Capital Revenue Manager is responsible for coordination and development of the SFMTA’s Indirect Cost Allocation Plan; ensuring that costs are billed and recovered from funding sources timely; monitoring grant and project balances; closing out projects and grants when complete; and preparing reports required for various capital funding sources. The Capital Revenue Manager provides leadership and direction in preparation of external financial statements; reviews audit schedules and workpapers; coordinates professional accountants in preparation of supplementary financial statement schedules, account reconciliations and general ledger analysis; utilizes knowledge of complex accounting methods and theories to ensure proper recording of various transactions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and federal regulations; implements current and new governmental accounting standards (GASB) and financial reporting standards (FASB) accounting principles and required disclosures.



Examples of Important and Essential Duties:

• Supervises and trains clerical, technical, and professional staff. Directs and coordinates work assignments. Maintains a log of staff assignments for all projects and grants.

• Evaluates staff performance by setting goals, objectives while providing feedback. Identifies staff needs and recommends or provides appropriate training for professional growth and career development.

• Manages consultants preparing and updating the annual Indirect Cost Allocation Plan and directs the preparation of supporting schedules by Administrative Analysts.

• Coordinates completion of the quarterly grant reconciliation reports for management review prior to submission to the Controller’s Office.

• Reviews quarterly Federal Financial Reports (FFRs) and Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) electronic clearing house operation (ECHO) draw requests.

• Serves as technical resource to staff in accounting and reporting functions related to capital projects, debt, grants, and fixed assets; interprets Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and other Federal Circulars and FFRs; federal and state grant administrative rules; determines allowable costs; and capitalizes project costs.

• Ensures that desk manuals, operating policies and procedures are kept up-to-date.

• Researches and analyzes projects status, general ledgers and operating balances; identifies abnormal appropriations and directs staff to clear balances; ensures billing is performed and collected timely; and ensures projects, grants, and index codes are closed out timely. Ensures project closing process is coordinated with Fixed Asset Accounting System (FAACS) Accountant.

• Assists with managing internal and external audits, including tracking and preparing schedules; preparing financial statements and the Schedule of Federal Expenditures (SEFA); preparing adjustments and year-end entries; and performing financial data variance analysis.

• Coordinates implementation and evaluation of new systems, policies and procedures.

• Assists with development of specifications and requirements for financial systems enhancements and the implementation of enhancements. Acts as liaison between accounting staff, financial staff, and information systems staff. Includes defining, converting documents, testing, training, and installing systems with system project manager or consultants.

• Directs or develops routine and ad hoc reports with direct access or through extracted data using various data files or databases, including EIS and Flexible Reports. Explains reports orally and in writing to management and accounting staff.

• Works closely with various units within the Agency to enforce full compliance with grant and/or City guidelines, audit requirements, and internal controls.

• Performs other related duties as required.



MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Possession of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in accounting, business administration, financial management, or a closely related field; AND

2.  Three (3) years of professional auditing and financial reporting experience, which includes at least one (1) years of responsible supervisory or management experience with responsibility for auditing and financial reporting; AND

3.  Possession of a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) License.



DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

 
 Job Contact
 Contact Name:  Jennifer Reddell  Primary Phone:  209-343-1900
 Title:  Account Executive  Fax: 
 Company/Agency:  Ad Club Advertising  Email:  jennifer@adclub.com
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