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The Cash Manager reports to the Treasury Division Finance Manager and is responsible for the day-to-day cash management operations including the preparing of cash flow forecasts for the County and School and Community College Districts for over $7 billion of incoming receipts. This position is also responsible for the daily transmittal of disbursements by ACH and Wire to the bank and custodian, for monitoring, analyzing and interpreting banking related costs and related budgets, and coordinating and managing all banking services for the County such as armored car services, merchant card processing, incoming payment options such as ACH and eCheck, compliance with NACHA rules and PCISS and associated security and internal controls. In addition this position provides recommendations on new or existing cash management policies, procedures and strategies including developing and monitoring internal controls required to safely protect public funds. The Cash Manager will work closely with the Investment Division to ensure that the daily cash position is produced accurately and timely. The position will be responsible for coordinating training for all County agencies in the area of cash handling and payment fraud prevention. In addition, this position will provide recommendations on new or changes in banking and electronic receiving and payment products to ensure that the County banking related services are efficient, effective and take advantage of current technology to improve receipt or payment of funds options.
The ideal candidate will be a practiced professional with a diligent work ethic and have knowledge and management experience in a high volume banking or treasury work environment. They will have demonstrated leadership skills, including excellent verbal and written communication, problem solving and team-building and have experience leading a small staff. They will have a commitment to quality, efficiency and customer service and a strong understanding of controls over cash and electronic funds. They will have a degree in Accounting or Finance, with a certified public accountant or certified treasury professional certificate highly desirable and 4+ years experience in treasury and cash operations.
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