Under direction, performs responsible supervisory and professional staff work in developing, preparing, and monitoring the City's budget.
Analyzes proposed department budgets for accuracy, impact on City resources, and adherence to established fiscal policy. Participates in budget team conferences and makes recommendations regarding budget requests. Assists in coordinating the preparation of the proposed budget document for presentation to the City Council. Conducts studies and prepares reports and presentations on financial matters, management methods, administrative, and operating systems and procedures. Acts as administrative liaison in assisting department budget staff in preparing department budget requests. Analyzes and provides fiscal control of budgetary expenditures. Performs research activities concerning organizational structure, staffing, operations, procedures, and policies. Serves as the primary contact for bond disclosures, debt management, and the City's 457 deferred compensation plan. May assist with key human resource functions regarding labor relations costing, retirement plans, and employee compensation calculations. May attend City Council or committee meetings. Supervises assigned personnel. Performs other functions as assigned.
Three years of increasingly complex and responsible experience in governmental budgetary and financial activities, including administrative, productivity, and organizational analysis. Graduation from an accredited four-year college with a degree in public or business administration, finance, economics, accounting, or related field may be used in combination with experience to meet the minimum qualifications and desired knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Please apply online at www.santa-ana.org by the deadline. See PDF flyer for more details.