Incumbents in this job provide financial management to the District including the identification, description appraisal, scheduling and classification of financial records series and District financial and human resource records management systems in accordance with State Archives policies; appraise and evaluate financial records for administrative, fiscal, legal, historical and research values; process permanent archival records for research use; and assist District representatives in scanning technology including guidelines for scanning public records, and assessing District scanning technology needs. Also maintains security of classified and confidential records. Incumbents in this job must possess a thorough knowledge of pertinent policies and procedures in order to manage the District financial program. This job requires advanced skill in both utilizing and interfacing computerized finance systems, and in understanding system behavior related to unusual or specific circumstances. Incumbents in this job present and defend practices, and interpret complex reports and fiscal statements; resolve, reconcile and adjust for special conditions; and participate in developing, modifying, or enhancing appropriate fiscal policies, procedures and practices. Develops and interprets financial and human resource reports. Incumbents research financial problem areas and exercise decision making in recording and analyzing financial and human resource data. May supervise subordinate staff including determining workload and delegating assignments and training.
Applicants must be 18 years of age. Graduation from a four year accredited college with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or equivalent and ten (10) years of financial experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Applicant must be able to pass a short accounting exam and questions.(see Job Description for additional requirements).
Incumbents in this job perform a wide variety of skilled maintenance/construction duties pertaining to a pressurized water system. This level is distinguished from the Pipeline Maintenance II in that level I is in a training mode and is under closer supervision with the work being reviewed by the supervisor more carefully.
Applicants must be 18 years of age. and possess a current valid driver's license (CDL preferred but not required). Graduation from high school and two (2) years of pipeline maintenance experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Risk found in potentially dangerous and unusual environmental stress situations, e.g. working underground, working in extreme outdoor weather conditions, etc. The work requires considerable and strenuous physical exertion such as frequent bending, lifting heavy objects over 50 pounds, crouching or crawling in restricted areas, and driving an automobile.