Job Summary: Responsible for directing the financial activities of the organization or subdivision of the organization. This is highly responsible professional work with the primary responsibility of financial planning, control, and reporting requirements of the Utilities Commission. The Director is responsible for strategic and tactical financial matters as they relate to budget management, cost recovery through rates, charges, and fees, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs, and securing of new funding. Also responsible for the oversight of the procurement function, project management cost monitoring, and of the annual audit. Incumbent is responsible for adhering to standards established by the Florida Public Service Commission, GAAP, FASB, GASB, FERC, NARUC, and to requirements imposed by various Bond Ordinances. Ability to communicate at all levels of organization, results-oriented, and with knowledge of performance metrics and drivers.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field required; Master’s Degree preferred. A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible professional utility accounting experience required. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation preferred.
Salary Range: $99,860 - $115,606.
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