and information technology (IT) administration program plans,
organizes, leads, and monitors the activities of the three finance and
accounting, revenue management, and information technology.
- Developing and implementing efficient
and effective financial policies, plans, and reporting systems that help the operating
departments achieve their objectives and ensure the Citys long-term fiscal health.
- Protecting the Citys assets from
- Effectively using the Citys
information technology resources in improving productivity, customer service, and public
access to City information.
- Providing quality service to all of the
departments customers—both external and internal to the organization.
- Fiscal policy advice and
guidance. Developing innovative and cost-effective ways of financing City
services and facilities; preparing and implementing policies and plans for effectively
managing the Citys financial resources and preserving its long-term financial
health; advising the Council and City Manager on fiscal matters;
coordinating the preparation of the Citys two-year financial plan and budget; and
reviewing Council agenda reports and other policy documents for fiscal impacts.
- Information technology policy
advice and guidance. Developing policies and plans for the effective use of
information technology resources in improving organizational productivity, customer
service, and public access to City information; and advising the Council and City
Manager on information technology matters.
- Department leadership.
Developing an organization that effectively builds and uses the skills and talents of each
team member in achieving departmental goals and objectives; communicating City
values, missions, and goals to all team members and assuring that they guide
actions and behaviors; developing departmental and employee work programs and monitoring
performance; coordinating activities that cross program lines; maintaining a positive
employee relations environment and achieving a high level of employee morale; and
representing department programs before the public, community groups, Council, staff, and
other public agencies.
- Department administration.
Coordinating department training activities; preparing and administering department
budgets; administering department personnel, payroll, and purchasing activities;
maintaining department records; and providing clerical support for department program areas.