He/she must have knowledge of financial and cash management and investment strategies, short and long-range cash forecasting; and cost control measures.
He/she must be a good communicator, working with external stakeholders, coordinating with other jurisdictions, agencies, businesses, the public and internal departments to develop strategies that support and enhance the cost-efficient and effective operation of the Authority.
A Bachelors Degree in accounting or finance preferred, as are coursework in money, banking and investments. Seven years of progressively responsible experience in a transit system or public agency, including five years in a managerial role; or an equivalent combination thereof. Public Accountant certification (CPA) preferred.
COTA, an equal opportunity employer, offers a competitive salary dependent on experience, and a generous benefit package, including potential relocation.
For further a more detailed job description, and/or to apply, visit www.harrisrand.com “Current Searches,” or contact Christopher Boylan, Director, Transportation