Job description

  • Supervise a group of clerical/accounting personnel
  • Determine, modify, and implement administrative policies, procedures and methods to improve office practices
  • Design spreadsheets and databases, provide customized reports to analysts
  • Analyze data and develop budget recommendations; administers several complex funds, projects, contracts, grants; processes journal/budget entries
  • Reconcile and monitor accounting processes; resolve non-routine and complex problems, prepare wire transfers
  • Research and recommend equipment/vendors and prices; determine substitutes for supplies and high value equipment; coordinates the purchase of non-standard items; resolves issues and disputes with vendors; identifies need for increased levels of contract monitoring; acquires insurance via County Risk Management
  • Provide advice/counsel; exercise discretion in administrative policy interpretation; resolve a wide variety of operational problems requiring sound judgment
  • Act as the liaison between work unit and external units; recommend exceptions to administrative policies that are subject to review

What you need to have

Skills
  • Computer skills required
Prior experience & qualifications
  • Prior related experience desired
  • Must be fluent in English and Spanish (read, write and speak)
Languages
This opportunity requires fluency in English, Spanish