Accountant - Budget
An experienced accountant with an emphasis on budgeting and analysis is needed at The Transportation Corridor Agencies, the operator of California's largest toll road network. Under the direction of the Manager, Budget and Planning, this individual must perform technical and analytical duties involved in the preparation of the annual budget, periodic budget and forecast reporting, maintenance of Excel spreadsheets related to budgeting, preparation and posting of budget transfers, preparation of Excel charts and Power Point budget presentations, and analysis of purchase requests in relation to budget. Other duties may include the preparation of various general ledger account reconciliations.
The successful candidate must possess excellent analytical, communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to exercise sound judgment, think creatively, work efficiently and independently, demonstrate a high level of organization, and manage multiple tasks and deadlines.
Requirements include a Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, or a closely related field. Candidate must possess 3-5 years' financial planning experience including budget and forecast preparation, research, and analysis. Excellent Microsoft Excel, report writing, and communication skills required. Experience in accounting principles, procedures and reconciliations is required.
We offer a challenging and dynamic work atmosphere along with a competitive compensation and benefit package. Salary range: $49,022 - $68,630. For consideration, please e-mail your resume and salary history to:
Clerk of the Board
The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA), operator of California's largest toll road network has an opening for an experienced Clerk of the Board to provide administrative support to the Agencies' CEO and Boards of Directors.
Among the responsibilities of this position are to administer and coordinate Agency agendas, minutes, and communications; oversee development, production and distribution of agendas and minutes for all meetings of the Boards of Directors and Committees and serve as liaison with Board Members, outside agencies, and the general public.
In addition, this position is responsible for requests for public records as well as state filings of conflict of interest forms for Board Members and appropriate staff.
In addition to strong organizational skills, the ideal candidate must work well under pressure while maintaining the ability to analyze situations and make decisions or recommendations with minimal supervision and exercise exceptional judgment in handling sensitive political or highly confidential matters. General knowledge of governmental processes, Brown Act requirements, and FPPC regulations is required.
High energy presentation, excellent written and oral communication skills and proficient knowledge and use of Microsoft Office and relevant business applications is required for this position as well as the ability to handle heavy workload, balance priorities and function in a team environment. A minimum of 3-5 years of progressively responsible public or business administration experience is required. A minimum of two years of college course work in public or business administration, public relations, communication or a closely related field is highly desired.
We offer a challenging and dynamic work atmosphere along with a competitive compensation and benefit package. Salary range is $62,700 - $91,348.
For consideration, e-mail your resume with salary history to: