|Position:|| ||Director of Fiscal and Administrative Services|
|Municipality:||Greater Hartford Transit District|
The District is a quasi-municipal corporation operating under the authority of Chapter 103a of the Connecticut General Statutes. There are currently sixteen member towns represented by appointees who collectively form the Board of Directors. GHTD has broad powers to acquire, operate, finance, plan, develop, maintain and otherwise provide all forms of land transportation and related services including the development or renewal of transportation centers and parking facilities. The agency serves as a conduit for federal and state funding of transit related capital projects, provides ADA Paratransit Service, and owns Union Station Transportation Center in Hartford. It also manages a number of transportation support service programs, including the Connecticut Drug and Alcohol Testing and Statewide Insurance Consortium programs. This position manages and directs the financial planning and accounting functions associated with program operations, capital and operating grant funding, and property management. Prepare operating and capital budgets, business forecasts, and performance analyses in support of District business ventures and programs. Manages and administers the statewide Drug & Alcohol Testing program on behalf of the State Dept. of Transportation & the statewide insurance consortium program. The minimum qualifications are a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Accounting and/or Finance preferred or the equivalent years in combined education and professional experience. Minimum of 5 years of related financial management and/or accounting experience, including 2 years within a municipal, governmental, or a transit agency. Must have the ability to develop business and financial plans and programs that foster the achievement of organizational objectives. Demonstrated ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with diversified financial, governmental, and business parties in order to ensure the successful operation of District plans, programs and the continuation of contracts and funding sources. If you believe that you meet the minimum qualifications please email your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
. No calls please. The Greater Hartford Transit District is an equal opportunity employer, and encourages applications from minorities, females, and persons with disabilities.