To plan, organize, direct, and review a wide variety of technical and administrative operations related to the Accounting Division, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, utility billing, and payroll. To perform professional accounting duties in the design and maintenance of complex financial records and systems to support District departments, special funds, or programs; responsible for assisting in the preparation of the annual budget and audit processes; and to provide highly complex staff assistance to the Chief Financial Officer.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives administrative direction from the Chief Financial Officer. Exercises direct supervision over assigned technical and clerical personnel.
Principles and practices of general accounting, cost accounting, internal control mechanisms, fixed asset accounting and budgeting.
Principles of public administration including program planning and evaluation.
Principles and practices of negotiation, leadership, motivation, team building, conflict management, and dispute resolution.
Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.
Laws, rules, and regulations that apply to local government fiscal operations.
Additional Salary Information: TCPUD boasts an excellent benefits package.
About Tahoe City Public Utility District
The Tahoe City Public Utility District was founded in 1938 to provide some of the governmental needs of the residents of Tahoe City. It is the oldest local government in the Tahoe Basin and was formed initially to provide public water service to the local community. Established under the State of California's Public Utility District Act, the founders of the District chose a form of government that could provide multiple types of services.
Sewer collection, parks facilities, and recreation services are provided for the entire area of the District. Water service is provided in five separate systems and serves approximately half of the homes and businesses in the District.
The boundaries of the District lie within both Placer and El Dorado Counties, extending from Emerald Bay to Dollar Hill, and along the Truckee River to the Nevada County line. The service area is very large, encompassing over 31 square miles.
TCPUD Mission: To serve the people in our community, as well as the environment. It is our responsibility to provide safe and reliable water service, sewer service for the protection of public health, and parks and recreation services to enhance quality of life.
...TCPUD Vision: Building a healthy mountain community through our passion for public service.
TCPUD's workplace culture is rooted in our Core Values of Service, Professionalism, Teamwork, Initiative, and Communication.