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Internal Number: 202306043
The Department of Finance and Administration is seeking to fill the position of Treasury Analyst- Operations & Capital Markets. This is an excellent opportunity to build a career with excellent benefits and a pension plan.
Manages day-to-day budgetary, tax accounting, and reporting life cycle for the Harris Ranch Community Infrastructure District (HRCID).
Manages day-to-day debt compliance, reconciliation, and year-end reporting.
Supports ad hoc departmental capital market forecasting and analysis requests and works with the budget office and enterprise funds to conduct cash forecasting.
May be eligible for a hybrid work schedule
Builds and tracks the annual budget. Liaises with the clerk’s office to facilitate the scheduling and execution of District board meetings. Reconciles balance sheet, revenue, and expenses.Facilitates the preparation and submission of special assessment rolls.Manages county and state tax regulatory requirements and relationships. Manages compliance with development agreement, internal policies, regulations, and procedures. Works with central accounting to support District's annual audit and financial statement preparation. Handles day-to-day finance operations, bond disbursements, and invoice management. Facilitates the review and analysis of purchase requests. (20%)
Manages and maintains investment and debt book of records. Manages relationships with vendors who support debt issuance, management, reporting, and compliance. Monitors investment policy and debt covenant compliance. Monitors GASB pronouncements and GFOA reporting best practices and updates ACFR reporting to bring them into compliance. Supports or leads IRS debt audit responses. Prepares materials for annual debt and investment audit and ACFR reporting. Supports and conducts cost-benefit analysis for debt financing, refinancing, and payoffs. (20%)
Supports budget and enterprise fund forecasting and cash forecasting. Works with District, budget, and enterprise funds to monitor and advise on debt refinance ROI. (20%)
Conducts central accounting reconciliations as needed by accounting and treasury. Executes daily reconciliations of cash receipts. (20%)
Documents and facilitates training for treasury and accounting processes and procedures related to governing policies, regulations, and laws. Documents processes and procedures for process improvement projects. (10%)
Serves as backup to the treasury staff accountant and treasury project analyst. Orders receipting supplies for physical and merchant service deposits. (10%)
Required Knowledge, Experience, And Training Must have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in accounting, finance, mathematics, statistics, economics or a closely related field.
Knowledge of present value discounting, financial modeling including bond payoff analysis and cash flow forecasting.
Ability to apply financial principles in resolving problems; accurately perform complex mathematical calculations; use accounting software to carry out duties; prepare detailed fiscal reports; research and analyze financial data; maintain detail and accuracy; operate a computer with demonstrated proficiency using contemporary and related database, word processing, and spreadsheet software applications at an appropriate level for efficient job performance; display an attitude of cooperation and work harmoniously with all levels of City of Boise employees and the public; communicate effectively in the English language at a level necessary for efficient job performance; maintain confidentiality with sensitive documents or information; complete assignments in a timely fashion; understand and comply with all rules, policies and regulations; maintain prompt and regular attendance; perform all essential and marginal functions as assigned by an authorized employee, supervisor and/or manager with or without a reasonable accommodation.
Preferred Knowledge, Experience, And Training Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).
Two years of experience using financial systems, performing financial reporting, reconciling, and preparing reports, performing financial data analysis in a government or business setting.
Two years of experience performing cash management functions in a corporate or government setting.
Knowledge of generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP) and Governmental Accounting Standard Board (GASB) principles, cash management, bond issuance practices, and statistical and financial analysis techniques.
Working knowledge of integrated computerized financial systems and software.
Experience assisting customers with process development and improvements.
Special Requirements Applicants must be able to pass:
City of Boise background check processes which includes a criminal history check and reference checks in accordance with the City of Boise Hiring Process Regulation
The Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) oversees the City of Boise’s budget, administrative services, licensing, parking services, and more. The department plays a key role in every financial transaction, from buying and selling investments to external financial reporting to the community.