The Managing Liason – Third Tier Executive will have three (3) direct reports which includes two Manager II positions and one Coordinator. The major areas of responsibility for this position will include, but are not limited to:
- Managing the budget of all the City’s General Obligation Bond Programs which includes the 2017 Bond Program ($1.05 Billion), 2012 Bond Program ($642 Million), 2006 Bond Program ($1.35 Billion) and other previously approved remaining Bond Programs (2003 & 1998 Bonds).
- Managing funding for all Bond Projects and establishing / maintaining citywide guidelines on project cancellation and reprogramming.
- Reviewing and recommending approvals for underfunded bond program projects.
- Overseeing the tracking and journal entries associated with Bond Program, Stormwater, Dallas Water, Aviation and other reimbursements. This entails tracking staff time from client departments and billings from consultants to ensure transparent / accurate bond program cost accounting.
- Establishing clear guidelines regarding bond program financial management and accountability.
- Providing oversight to the Department’s Operating Budget.
1. Provides management of a departmental division, program, or function including planning, designing, establishing goals and objectives, and conducting program evaluation often on a City-wide scope to ensure effective results.
2. Supervises an administrative staff including hiring, training, and performance evaluations and other personnel actions to ensure productivity and quality standards are maintained.
3. Provides planning, analyzes proposals, establishes goals and objectives, coordinates and organizes, and provides long range planning for executive review.
4. Prepares reports, writes procedures, oversees projects and research, supervises data compilation, evaluates results and composes executive summaries.
5. Communicates and meets with executives, department heads, various levels of management, consultants, outside agencies, vendors, governmental entities, and citizens to obtain information, to answer inquiries and to resolve problems.
6. Administers a budget by monitoring expenditures to ensure operating expenses remain within established parameters.
7. Provides interpretation of policy involving significant discretion, analyzes and develops work methods and procedures to improve workflow.
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or Urban Planning or related field.
- A Master’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or Urban Planning or related field preferable, but not required.
- An equivalent combination of education, training and relevant experience may be considered for this position, at the Director’s discretion.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
– Thorough knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to program areas and of the principles and practices of public administration and management. – Thorough knowledge of business management principles, practices and techniques. – Knowledge of principles of personnel management and ability to plan, direct, and coordinate the work of others through subordinates. – Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. – Ability to establish and maintain an effective rapport with all levels of city management, city officials, vendors, contractors, promoters, media, community business organizations, various associations and the general public. – Some positions may require knowledge of marketing and contracting regulations for municipal governments, and ability to negotiate contracts. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by personnel assigned to this classification and is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
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