|Job Title:||Treasury Analyst|
|Salary:||$75,515.00 – $96,479.00 Annually|
|Entity:||City of Gresham|
The Treasury Analyst will manage the City’s investment and debt portfolios, recommending and implementing strategies to ensure that the City’s cash resources are optimized and that the City remains in compliance with all statutory and contractual requirements associated with investments and debt.
What you will get to do:
Evaluate potential investment opportunities against the objectives of the City’s investment policy, working with the City’s contracted investment advisor to carry out investment decisions.
Make recommendations to implement appropriate strategies with regard to investment portfolio duration and potential portfolio rebalancing.
Analyze the appropriateness and financial impacts of debt issuance to fund capital programs, and coordinate any debt issuance or refinancing transactions.
Manage legally mandated reporting requirements related to continuing disclosure and arbitrage rebate calculations.
Research and interpret new and existing regulations from relevant Federal, State and local sources (i.e. Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board, SEC, IRS, Governmental Accounting Standards Board, etc), and implement them into City policies and procedures.
Perform evaluations of accounting controls within City departments, identifying weaknesses and making recommendations for improvements to management.
Perform as ongoing City liaison to investment advisors, financial advisors, underwriters, bond counsel, paying agents, arbitrage consultants, banks and rating agencies.
Qualities we are looking for:
Collaborative: Someone genuinely interested in working towards consensus in dealing with seemingly conflicting needs of various stakeholders.
Nimble: Someone who has the ability to navigate from one assignment to another, even on short notice, while maintaining a positive attitude.
Practical: Someone who is self-motivated with a solid work ethic, and has a natural inclination to identify efficiencies in work processes and when collaborating with other work groups or agencies.
Inventive: Someone who can envision opportunities for improvement and can evaluate process changes within the constraints of existing policies and available resources.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance, AND
Three years of professional, technical financial and/or accounting experience.
Experience working in or for the public sector, working with public investments and/or municipal debt.
Ability to interpret and apply Oregon Revised Statutes relevant to the investment of public funds and municipal debt.
Experience performing data analysis on a recurring or ad hoc basis to support management decisions.
Ability to effectively communicate complex financial information in various settings to both technical and non-technical audiences.
Intermediate to Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel.
Demonstrates a willingness to find creative solutions to address the City’s needs.
Human Resources Analyst