Administrative Officer III, City of Charlotte Water – Engineering Division (closes 2/15/18)

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Closing: February 15, 2018
Hiring Range: $61,032 – $67,814

Charlotte Water (CLT Water) is seeking an Administrative Officer III. CLT Water is an enterprise department of the City of Charlotte with more than $3 billion in assets. CLT Water is one of the largest public water and sewer service providers in the southeast with more than 260,000 customer accounts and 900 employees. CLT Water’s annual budget is approximately $400M including operating and debt service costs. We enjoy the highest credit ratings from three major credit rating agencies because of sound financial planning and management and strong support from our City Council. We value competent, skilled candidates with a service focus to work in a team environment.

Major Duties & Responsibilities

The position manages Human Resources, Administration and Budget functions for the Engineering division and has primary responsibility for preparing and monitoring the division’s operating budget, working closely with the Management Analyst to track capital project expenditures in over 150 capital project accounts, and providing administrative support for two Chief Engineers. The position may also be involved in the planning and implementation of programs and events within the department.

This position is responsible for managing employees that are responsible for providing Human Resources, financial and clerical support to the Engineering division. Within this role, areas of supervision include, but are not limited to, entries made in the City’s financial system, employee travel, employee education reimbursements, uniform management, and Human Resource tasks such as payroll, employee reviews, and other administrative duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications

The position is required to have either a two-year college degree with three years of progressively responsible experience in administrative support, accounting/budget preparation or similar types of work, or a Bachelor degree with one year of experience as noted.
Qualified candidates should have a proven track record of performing analytical work with little guidance; demonstrated ability to work well within a diverse workgroup, communicate effectively with coworkers and supervisors; and a commitment to exceptional customer service. Experience with Munis and/or PeopleSoft is preferred.