$85.73-$100.67 hourly / $14,859.90-$17,449.11 monthly / $178,318.80-$209,389.32 annual
Plans, organizes, coordinates, evaluates, and directs the District's budget planning, formulation, analysis, and management activities.
Develops projections of revenue and expenditures and constructs alternative financial models for use in financial planning.
Develops and directs a program of financial analysis using a wide range of analytical methods such as cost-benefit analysis, cost-effectiveness, trend analysis, marginality, and economy of scale.
Directs and reviews the results of studies in the field of educational institution finance, budgeting, and other forms of financial research used to develop financial forecasts.
Directs the analysis of operating budgets submitted by organizational units of the District for consistency with District objectives, policies, and procedures.
Directs the analysis of budget, financial and accounting reports to measure performance and identify deficiencies which affect the financial soundness and ability of the unit to meet financial and operational performance standards and goals.
Directs and participates in the development and revision of policies, procedures, practices and guidelines pertinent to the administration of the District's budget management and financial planning program.
Provides technical advice and guidance to District administrators on the development, implementation, and management of financial resources for their operations.
Advises the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer and District management through oral and written reports of objectives, critical problems, achievements, improvement recommendations, and on requirements and restrictions of laws, rules, and policies affecting the District's budget management and financial planning functions.
Coordinates the work of the unit with the colleges and other divisions.
Analyzes state legislative and administrative decisions, regulations, and policies to determine their impact on the budget management and financial planning operations of the District and makes recommendations on how to implement new requirements.
Directs the design, implementation, and maintenance of integrated information systems applicable to the District budget management and financial planning functions and recommends improvements.
Represents the District before state and local agencies on matters related to District financial planning and budget management.
Directs and prepares correspondence, reports, and presentations regarding financial planning and budget management activities.
Plans, schedules, and reviews the work of assigned budget and financial planning staff.
Develops and oversees the maintenance of the office budget.
May act on behalf of the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer on designated matters.
Performs related duties as assigned.
A Director of Budget and Management Analysis is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, managing and evaluating the District's budget and financial resources.
A Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer is the executive head over all financial operations of the District and its colleges which include treasury, general and special funds accounting, budget, payroll, tax, audit, and related activities. The Incumbent in this class is also responsible for directing the establishment of financial and accounting system controls and standards and ensuring timely financial and statistical information for management and/or Board use.
General direction is received from the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer. General supervision is exercised over management, professional, technical, and clerical staff assigned to the unit.
Principles, concepts and theories of financial planning and management
Principles, methods, and techniques of budgeting
Principles, methods, and techniques of accounting with an emphasis on governmental accounting
Principles, practices, and procedures of auditing
Banking and investment policies, regulations, and practices
Computer systems, applications, and hardware used in financial and budgetary management
Research, statistical, and forecasting methods used in financial analysis, planning, and management
Current trends and developments in financial planning and management and related fields
Sources and bases of funding for post-secondary educational institutions and programs in the State of California
Federal, state and local laws, ordinances, codes, and regulations related to financial management of a community college
State legislative processes and procedures
Organization, functions, and inter-relationships of operating units and programs of the District
Principles and practices of organization and management
Principles and practices of business and public administration
Principles of supervision and training
Plan, direct, and coordinate the District’s financial planning and management activities
Develop, implement, and modify budget and financial plans to meet District objectives
Develop financial forecasts based on research data
Design and manage effective control, information and documentation systems
Interpret and apply laws, rules, regulations, and policies related to financial management
Anticipate conditions, plan ahead, establish priorities, and meet schedules
Act independently and promptly to situations and events
Effectively utilize computer systems and software in the performance of duties
Recognize critical elements of problems, develop and evaluate data, determine solutions, and make logical recommendations
Prepare effective written and oral communications, reports, and presentations
Effectively communicate highly technical information concisely and in understandable terms
Provide leadership and technical assistance to others
Allocate and effectively utilize the human, fiscal, and physical resources of the department
Integrate technology into business decisions and operations
Motivate, direct, train, and develop others
Stimulate teamwork and promote cohesiveness to achieve unit and District goals
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrative District personnel and representatives of government agencies and various private organization
Travel to off-site meetings
A bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university preferably with a major in accounting, business administration, economics, finance, public administration, or a related field, OR a valid license to practice as a Certified Public Accountant in California. An advanced degree in one of the aforementioned majors is desirable.
Five years of recent full-time, paid professional-level experience in a senior financial management position with responsibility for corporate/entity-wide budget development, analysis, and forecasting for an organization employing a minimum of 500 or more employees. Experience must have included the supervision of staff, which included professional-level employees. Public agency experience is desirable.
A valid Class "C" California driver's license must be obtained within 10 days of establishing residency in the State of California.
Travel to locations throughout the District is required.
Must meet the requirements for bonding.
Our class specification generally describes the duties, responsibilities, and requirements characteristic of the position(s) within this job class. The duties, responsibilities, and requirements of a particular position within this class may vary from the duties of other positions within the class.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Los Angeles Community College District provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with covered disabilities on a case-by-case basis throughout the application, examination, and hiring processes and throughout employment. If an individual is in doubt about his or her ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of a position or possession of any other requirement noted in a class specification or job announcement, he or she should always apply for a position and request reasonable accommodation at the appropriate time.