The Peralta Community College District is a two-year college system, dedicated to providing comprehensive educational and community services to the communities it serves, including the cities of Albany, Alameda, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland and Piedmont California. The District enrolls over 25,000 students in a broad range of transfer and occupational curricula. The colleges in the District include College of Alameda, Laney College, Merritt College and Berkeley City College, which operate under the governance of a seven- member Board of Trustees and are administered by a Chancellor.
Special Instructions to Applicants
1. Required documents will include:
· Current resume of experience, formal education/training and qualifications.
· Copies of supporting credentials, if applicable.
· Copies of transcripts from fully accredited college or university institutions.
(Copies of diplomas will not substitute for transcripts.) (If hired, it will be required to submit official transcripts from fully accredited college or university.)
Information on transcripts must include degree awarded and confer date.Transcripts without this information and online applications without transcripts will be disqualified. PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT AN APPLICATION IF YOUR DEGREE WILL NOT BE CONFERRED UNTIL A LATER DATE.
Note: A written evaluation by an official foreign credentials/transcripts evaluation and translation service must be submitted for Foreign Degree(s)(non-U.S.degrees) by the application deadline date.
2. Applications and attachments (resume, cover letter, copies of transcripts, letters of recommendations, etc.) will ONLY be accepted through the online process. WE DO NOT ACCEPT MAILED OR FAXED APPLICATIONS OR ITS ATTACHMENTS.
3. Travel expenses for the interview and selection process will be borne by the candidates.
4. Skype and phone interviews are not permitted.
Appointment to the position is conditional upon the approval of the Chancellor.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Employees must satisfy all pre-employment requirements to work for the District which include, but are not limited to, the following items:
REQUIRED FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
Tuberculosis Examination: Prior to employment, the successful candidate will be required to submit evidence (either skin test or X-ray report) of being free of tuberculosis within the past sixty (60) days. The TB test is a condition of employment and any expense must be borne by the successful candidate.
As a condition of employment, all employees working for community colleges in the State of California are required to be fingerprinted within the first ten (10) working days of the date of employment pursuant to Education Code Section 88024. The District Office of Human Resources processes fingerprints electronically. During the employment intake process, new employees will be given information to have their fingerprints taken at another location.
Immigration Requirement: According to the Immigration Reform and Control Act, the Peralta Community College District is required to verify that all new employees are:
1) A citizen or national of the United States;
2) An alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States; or
3) An alien authorized by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service to work in the United States.
All new employees are required to complete and sign a verification form and provide documentation attesting that he/she is a United States citizen, national, or an alien lawfully authorized to work in the United States.
District Policy: A Social Security Card will be required following selection and prior to completion of the hiring process. The employment process cannot be completed without a copy of the Social Security Card on file in the Office of Human Resources.
MAY BE REQUIRED
Medical Examination: Under state regulations and as a condition of employment, certain positions may require a medical examination prior to employment. Expenses incurred will be borne by the employee.
We are a collaborative community of colleges.
· Together, we provide educational leadership for the East Bay, delivering programs and services that sustainably enhance the region’s human, economic, environmental, and social development.
· We empower our students to achieve their highest aspirations. We develop leaders who create opportunities and transform lives.
· Together with our partners, we provide our diverse students and communities with equitable access to the educational resources, experiences, and life-long opportunities to meet and exceed their goals.
The Peralta Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
In conformance with the Fair Employment and Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, requests for Reasonable Accommodations may be made to the Office of Human Resources by calling (510) 466-7283.
The Peralta Community College District reserves the right to close or not fill any advertised position.
Job TitleInterim Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration **INTERNAL POSTING**
Time Base40 hrs/week 12 months/year
CompensationSalary Range: $167,472.00 - $212,130. The maximum initial placement is normally Step 3 depending on experience.
The Peralta Colleges proudly offers a competitive and comprehensive core of work-life benefits. The value of the employer contribution towards your benefits may increase your total compensation by as much as 47%. Benefit-eligible employees have access to coverage for themselves and eligible dependents:
• Medical, dental, vision, prescription drug insurance coverage*
• Life insurance of 150% of your income up to $100,000.
• Long-term disability coverage.
• Employee Assistance Program.
In addition to your own contribution, Peralta also contributes 15.531% of your salary to the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS). Effective January 1, 2013, the PEPRA (Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act) went into effect. Changes have been implemented as a result of the adoption of this legislation that impact new and existing employees enrolled in CalPERS. A summary of those changes is available at http://www.calpers.ca.gov/eip-docs/employer/program-services/summary-pension-act.pdf. For further up to date information on CalPERS retirement eligibility and PEPRA, please visit the website at www.calpers.com www.calpers.ca.gov/. The CalPERS member handbook is available at http://www.calpers.ca.gov/eip-docs/about/pubs/member/your-benefits-your-future-school-benefits.pdf. . After 10 years of creditable service, medical benefits in retirement are extended until age 65.
Other voluntary benefits include:
• Flexible benefit plan participation in the Medical Reimbursement Plan, Dependent Care Reimbursement Plan (under tax code 125)
• Pre-tax commuting expenses (under IRS code 132)
• Tax-deferred plan participation in the 403(b) and 457 plans
• Credit union membership
• Prepaid legal plan participation
• Additional Life Insurance for yourself, spouse or children
* Kaiser and United Health Care Dental are fully paid by the District. Other plans require employee contribution. Subject to change.
DepartmentFinancial Services/Budget (141)
Job Description Summary
Under the direction of the Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration is responsible for the administration and supervision of the Peralta Community College District’s finance, accounting, accounts payable, payroll, purchasing, internal Auditing and budgeting services. The Vice Chancellor monitors and directs the daily business and financial operations and is responsible for coordination and providing support for budget development and oversight of the execution of the annual final budget.
Duties & Responsibilities
Serves as the District’s Chief Financial Officer.
Provides leadership and is ultimately responsible for the coordination, development and preparation of the District’s annual budget; provides reports, statistical and financial data as required to provide budget status information and support in new budget preparation; provides budget assumptions and develops revenue projections.
Responsible for the District’s annual audit, ensuring that local and state timelines are met for producing a timely audit. Coordinates the external audit process and insures the proper application of internal control processes.
Responsible for the oversight of the District’s complex Other Post Employee Benefits (OPEB) program.
Supervises and directs the internal audit and accounting functions of the District and develops new procedures or accounting programs as needed, including the control and accounting for all funds in the District budget.
Provides oversight of the Purchasing Department ensuring that compliance, implementations and reporting requirements are met.
Responsible for the oversight of the District’s newly implemented Budget Allocation Model including; ensuring the model is: consistent with the State’s SB 361 funding model, provide financial stability, provide for a reserve in accordance with PCCD Board policy, responsive to the District and Colleges’ planning processes.
Utilizing the Budget Allocation Model, ensure financial resources are allocated to colleges and service centers with a focus on maximizing support and development of student learning programs and institutional effectiveness.
Designs and implements a budget process that is transparent to the Governing Board and to the community at large.
Provide fiscal oversight to ensure financial resources (bonds, benefits, OPEB, etc.) are prudently managed and adhere to or continue to develop proper Administrative Procedures and process improvement on procedures.
Develops and submits to the Chancellor, in a timely manner, an annual budget for presentation to the Governing Board.
Represents the District at state and national meetings and conferences dealing with budget and financial services issues.
Exercises oversight of the District Payroll Office and the Accounts Payable Unit ensuring accurate and timely disbursements.
Meets regularly with the college Directors of Business and Administrative Services and makes recommendations on matters of budget development, implementation and administration.
Provides monthly budget reports and assists cost center managers with budget analysis and budget management as needed.
Performs financial asset management and exercises oversight and administration (accounting and auditing) of bond issuance, bond funds and investments including; Measure B (Parcel Tax), Measure A (Capital Projects) and other on-going bond/fund management at the District.
Exercises oversight of student fee collections through the Chancellor’s Office Tax Offset Program (COTOP).
Directs the development and maintenance of an on-going banking management plan.
Plans, directs, and participates in the design and implementation of improved fiscal procedures for the District.
Provides leadership in the formulation of District/College business practices, and assistance in the preparation and expenditures of the colleges’ annual operating budgets.
Directs appropriate access to budget information.
Provides guidance and leadership relative to all account and fund reconciliation.
Chairs the District Planning and Budget Council and serves on the District Retirement Board and other shared governance bodies.
Coordinates the management of the enterprise financial system and the assessment and review of new computer applications and systems that affect the financial operations of the District.
Directs the development and implementation of the District’s Chart of Accounts and insures that compliance and reporting requirements will be met.
Directs the creation and production of financial statements and reports. Supervises the maintenance of records of expenditures, income and balances of all appropriations. Oversees the preparation of quarterly financial statements.
Plans for and directs accurate and appropriate compliance with all State, Federal and local laws, Board policies and regulations governing the financial operations of the District.
Supervises the operation of the District’s revolving cash fund and for making transfers between District funds maintained in the county treasury.
Assists with collective bargaining, prepares proposals and provides fiscal guidance in negotiations and settlements.
Ensures the completion and filing of claims for various special projects.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Chancellor.
1. Combination of experience and education equivalent to:
a) Master degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, finance, or related field; plus five years increasingly responsible experience in a financial management position;
b) Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, accounting, finance or related field; plus ten years increasingly responsible experience as a chief financial officer in a public service agency.
2. Knowledge and proficiency in the utilization of standard office productivity software programs (e.g., MS Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint), personal computers, and other standard office equipment;
3. Experience managing an enterprise financial management system, such as Oracle/PeopleSoft.
4. Commitment to participatory governance.
5. Applicant must have demonstrated cultural competency, sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college staff, faculty, and students.
• Demonstrated working knowledge of public finance and business administration.
• Experience with, and understanding of the Principles of Sound Fiscal Management (California Code of regulations, title 5, Section 85311)
• Experience managing revenue bonds and other investments for a large institution.
• Evidence of the ability to work effectively as a team member with top level management.
• Evidence of a successful working relationship with managers, faculty, staff, students and members of the community.
• Effective communication and conflict resolution skills.
• Experience in, knowledge of or the ability to understand the following:
1. The relationship and interaction of a community college and various community special interest groups.
2. The technicalities of budgeting and the relationship of finance to the District operation in a multi-campus district.
3. The Education Code and other State, Federal and local regulations as they apply to the management of a college and its special programs.
Occasional work performed alone. Constant work around and with other people.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an individual to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Typical physical abilities for this position are:
• Prolonged and frequent sitting, standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping
• Moderate to heavy usage of hands in grasping, repetitive hand movement and finger coordination in keeping records and preparing reports using a computer keyboard.
• Speech and hearing to communicate effectively in group settings and by telephone to students, faculty, staff, and others.
Application Deadline DateAPRIL 10, 2019