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Chief Financial Officer
To view the full job announcement and submit an application, please go to: Description of Job As Chief Financial Officer for CDOT, the position directs through subordinate managers the Division of Accounting and Finance (DAF). DAF, with nearly 100 full time positions, presently encompasses three branches; Business Services, Administration and the Office of Financial Management and Budget (OFMB). The Business Services Branch provides best business practices, innovative and reliable data and analysis, by leveraging efficient and analytic use of CDOT's technologies and systems (SAP, etc.) Administration encompasses procurement and contracting, as well as the HQ Business Office (including the Flood Recovery Office), providing business office functions for divisions within the headquarters building, as well as Regional assistance (as requested) for disasters or special projects. OFMB performs the traditional budgeting, accounting and financial management functions for CDOT, the High Performance Transportation Enterprise and Bridge Enterprise. This branch leads the financial operations, accounting operations, construction program funding/Cash Management groups, and other related support services. This group supports the Transportation Commission (TC), Executive Director and other Executive Management Team (EMT) members to help ensure that CDOT is in compliance with all accounting laws, audit compliance, and adheres to generally accepted accounting principles. This branch includes: •The Controller's Office (Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Federal Aid Grant Management and Billing, Project Accounting, Capital Asset Management, Contract authorization, Audit support, and Payroll processing) •The Budget Office (Legislative Budget Analysis, Revenue Forecasting, and Budget Development, strategic financial needs and other decision items) •The Cash Management Office (Federal Funds Management, Construction Project Pool Funding, and Statewide STIP coordination.) This position also serves as the principal strategist and steward of CDOT's financial resources and plays a key role in the leadership of CDOT as a member of the Executive Management Team. To the extent that the department issues financial instruments (Revenue bonds for the enterprises for example) this position is responsible for the successful execution of those issuances. Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights •At least a bachelor's or graduate degree from an accredited college or university in financial management, accounting, business administration, public administration, or a management science; •AND at least a six (6) year track record in full-time positions in finance, budgeting, or accounting with increasing responsibility at levels which significantly impact the financial management and accounting requirements of a corporate or public entity •This experience must include successful experience at financial management or accounting administration, setting and executing program goals and objectives, developing and managing a program budget, and allocating resources to achieve program objectives and goals. •Career history must demonstrate at least two (2) years professional experience leading and fostering a high performance team and managing professional and support staff involved in a complex, diverse program area.

Posted on: Monday, June 12, 2017
This listing expires on: Sunday, July 16, 2017

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