Public Works Fiscal Coordinator (Temporary)

Location
Orlando, Florida
Salary
Open
Posted
May 25, 2024
Closes
Jul 24, 2024
Ref
24-198#XOJ--CityOfOrlando.2
Industry
Government
Workplace
In-Office

Description

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Who We Are

Orlando, The City Beautiful

For most of Orlando's history we've been the place everyone wants to visit. Today, we're also the place where everyone wants to live and do business. List after list has Orlando as one of the fastest growing cities in America. We're transitioning from our role as the young upstart to a more mature, global city.

This didn't happen by accident. Together as a community, we developed a shared vision for our city focused on creating partnerships and we've transformed Orlando from a place that was packed with potential into a city on the rise.

Our vision ensures we are an inclusive, compassionate community that is generating jobs, becoming the most sustainable city in the nation, keeping our community safe, making it easier to get around, and increasing the quality of life. Together, we can continue realizing all our city's potential.

Come be part of our community with the City of Orlando.

NATURE OF WORK:

This position will perform professional accounting and fiscal management services for the Public Works Division. The work will include organizing, maintaining and reviewing financial records and preparing reports along with processing accounts payable invoices and accounts receivable billings. Monitors and ensures compliance requirements for projects funded by Federal, State, and Interlocal programs such as, but not limited to, FDOT Local Agency Program, FDEP State Revolving Fund Program, and Joint Participation Agreements, which will require additional training and certifications. This position reports to the Public Works Business Operations Manager. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed through reports, conferences, and periodic audits.
Examples of Duties

Job Duties

  • Communicates with City staff, consultants, vendors, and other government agencies.
  • Keeps accurate records and maintains filing systems. Prepares miscellaneous reports for other City Departments.
  • Coordinates annual budget process for the Division. Performs highly responsible complex financial work.
  • Performs a variety of complex administrative tasks, which require independent judgment and action, including making administrative decisions in accordance with organizational policies and practices.
  • Performs tasks that require familiarity with the terminology used in the assigned area, in addition to extensive knowledge of the programs, policies, and procedures of the assigned area as well as general knowledge of other City programs and procedures.
  • Plans, develops, and completes work assignments with minimum supervision.
  • Plans work routine, determines priority of assignments, and adjusts schedule as needed to accomplish objectives.
  • Monitors and coordinates progress of various assignments, in order to facilitate accomplishment of objectives.
  • Assists in the development and monitoring of annual budgets and capital improvement projects for Public Works Department.
  • Collects, selects, and organizes data from various sources and prepares periodic or special reports; computes totals and/or verifies figures as needed.
  • Composes correspondence to reply, provide information, or route to appropriate person.
  • Process and approves requisitions, vouchers, and other office documents for supervisor.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  • Knowledge of business English, composition, modern office practices, procedures, and equipment.
  • Knowledge of organizational operations and procedures. Knowledge of computer applications and various spreadsheet packages.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with employees, officials, and the public, orally and in writing.
  • Ability to work independently on complex and confidential tasks and to make decisions based on policies, procedures, and regulations.
  • Ability to operate a personal computer and related equipment for extended periods of time. Ability to concentrate and pay considerable attention to detail.
Minimum Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in Business, Accounting, or related field and two (2) years experience in a professional office; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Experience with Microsoft Office, Workday, and Kronos are required. Experience with eBuilder system or other project management system is desired.

IMPORTANT: To be eligible to proceed forward in the application process, applicants must meet the minimum qualifications listed in the position description. Please ensure your application provides details of all relevant experience related to the position. If you have questions or need clarification concerning the position or application process, please contact Human Resources at jobs@orlando.gov or 407.246.2062.

Supplemental Information



If this posting indicates a degree is required, the following experience will apply in lieu of any degree as follows:

  • Two (2) years of direct experience for an associate degree;
  • Four (4) years of direct experience for a bachelor's degree;
  • Six (6) years of direct experience for a master's degree; or
  • Nine (9) years of direct experience for a doctoral degree

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