How to Apply
To be considered for this vacancy, follow these steps:
1 - Place the Control Code found below in the upper right hand corner of your resume.
2 - Please include your current or most recent salary in your resume.
3 - Make sure that your resume includes a chronological work history.
4 - Email your resume to Apply@mtabt.org by the Due Date provided below
|Resume Due Date:||May 16, 2013|
|Job Title:||Payments and Contracts Review Administrator, Special Programs|
|Department/Division:||Planning and Budget|
|Work Location:||2 Broadway|
Min: $ 67,778
|(Actual salary offers are made subject to the salary administration policy and are made considering a number of factors including, but not limited to, the selected candidate’s salary and work history.)|
|Overtime Eligibility:||Not eligible for paid overtime in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)|
Under the direction of the Director of Special Programs, the Payments & Contracts Review Administrator is responsible for the following:
- Manage and review all payments related to the following Special Programs:
- Hurricane Sandy Program
- Small Business Mentoring Program
- Major Maintenance Program
- Mixed funded – capital /operating contracts
- Coordinate with other departments to assure that payments are made in a timely manner and in compliance with FEMA and/or insurance eligibility guidelines, contract provisions, specifications, and Authority standards and procedures.
- Ensure that the Procurement Module of the PeopleSoft system reflects accurate contract and purchase order line item information that is consistent with approved capital budgets, operating budgets, encumbrances, and Willingness to Assume Risk (WAR) certificates.
- Work with staff from the Engineering and Construction Department and from the Controller’s Office in administering the monthly, quarterly, and year-end accrual process for all projects managed by the Special Programs Unit as well as capital project accruals.
- Work closely with other Planning and Budget units in reconciling payments processed against FEMA-approved project worksheets in order to facilitate reporting activities on funding draw-downs to MTA Headquarters.
- Carry out operating and mixed funded task and project closeout activities, including financial task closeouts.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
- A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college and five (5) years of satisfactory full-time professional experience
- A Master’s degree from an accredited college and four (4) years of satisfactory full-time professional experience
Specialized Knowledge (Preferred):
- Excellent spreadsheet skills using MS Excel and working knowledge of PeopleSoft
- Proficiency in financial analysis and/or budget analysis
- Strong knowledge of generally accepted nonprofit or governmental budgeting and accounting principles
- Strong knowledge of construction methods and processes
- Knowledge of engineering audit principles
- Coursework in economics, statistics, engineering, and/or public finance
- The ability to interact, coordinate, and work closely with internal and external customers in team-oriented and matrix management environments
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