|Position:|| ||Assistant Director of Finance|
Town of Clinton
Job Title: Assistant Finance Director
Full Time: 35 hours
Salary Grade: per Supervisors Union
Revision Date: 4/17/2019
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA):
This is a highly responsible position involving the operation and administration
of treasury and accounting finance functions for the Town.
Town bank accounts
banking relationships with financial institutions,
weekly cash needs based on Town and BOE AP/ Payroll and required debt requirements.
weekly cash forecasts for management and makes necessary cash transfers among
wires debt payments.
Monitors expense reimbursement for Town grants including the maintenance
of all required supporting documentation.
Responsible for tracking grant reimbursements and forecasting future grant receipts.
appropriate personnel on administration of overall grant compliance.
for overall maintenance of Town general ledger, including the preparation and
recording of monthly journal entries, monitoring of department balances versus
budget and preparing account analyses as required.
in house support for accounting system, (adding new users, accounts etc).
Town police pension plan
Is part of the
committee that manages the Town’s worker’s compensation claims and OSHA
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
ability to effectively work with people to administer the activities of a
municipal Finance Department
to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
superiors, subordinates, associates, auditors, financial institutions,
officials of other agencies, elected officials, and the general public.
knowledge of effective internal controls including the ability to initiate
and implement improvements
to existing financial operating systems.
of the principles and methods of municipal accounting, budgeting,
financial reporting, auditing, and purchasing, including the ability to
develop short- and long-term financial operating and cash forecasts;
of the laws, regulations and Town Charter provisions governing municipal
written and oral communication skills.
- A bachelor's degree in
Accounting, Finance, Business or Public Administration;
degree or CPA desirable.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be
all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as assigned to meet
the ongoing needs of the organization.