Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), a dynamic and innovative school district and the fourth largest in the nation, is accepting on-line applications for the position of Treasurer, Office of Treasury Management. Minimum salary range $106,245. to $164,000.
The Treasurer reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer, as the chief treasury officer, and serves as principal advisory to the Chief Financial Officer in the financial areas of cash management, investment management, funds receipt and disbursement, and capital debt management.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
- Provides overall direction, through intermediate supervisory staff, to a group of employees engaged in the receipting, disbursing, investing, coding, and depositing of all School Board
- Reviews market conditions and the investment of excess funds of the school system according to Board Recommends Rule changes to be incorporated through the Treasury Advisory Committee action according to developments in law and circumstances.
- Reviews projections for cash flow and analyses, submitting monthly statements to management and School Prepares annual budget for District-wide interest revenue and debt service expenditures, including computation of debt service tax levy approved by voters.
- Analyzes legislation and program requirements and recommends changes in
- Reviews and prepares, as needed, required financial reports, Board agenda items, and analyses of revenues, debt and
- Implements and manages the District Debt Programs, which include the issuances of General Obligation Bonds, Certificates of Participation, Revenue and Tax Anticipation Notes, Master Equipment Lease(s) Derivative/Swap, and alternative forms of financing. Includes but is not limited to, cash flow projections, legal documents related to closing, agenda items, and resolutions. Works with bond counsel and financial advisor to coordinate the successful sale of debt.
- Interprets statutory requirements and Board regulations as
- Directs the management of the Early Retirement Program portfolio, which includes equities and fixed income
- Plans the issuance of specific series of general obligation bonds or certificates of participation, including the performance of necessary cash flow analyses, fiscal impact on the District and alternative financing if
- Serves as staff liaison to the Board's Financial Advisor, Bond Counsel, underwriters, and rating agencies for issuance of
- Coordinates staff assignments for the completion of official statements or offering circulars for District
- Reviews and/or develops capital finance plans and alternative financing arrangements, such as private lease-purchase, interim financing, and pooled certificates of participation, and recommends implementation of such arrangements as
- Performs other duties related to the general administrative responsibilities of the position.