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|Resume Due Date:||April 30, 2013|
|Job Title:||Director, Special Programs|
|Department/Division:||Planning and Budget|
|Work Location:||2 Broadway|
|(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.)|
Not eligible for paid overtime in accordance with FLSA
The Director of Special Programs in Planning and Budget is responsible for the following:
- Direct and administer the development and implementation of B&T's multi-year capital and operating budgets and amendments related to special programs (Hurricane Sandy, Small Business Mentoring, and Major Maintenance).
- Ensure that financial controls are in place to monitor and track the progress of these special programs through B&T's Hyperion budget system and MTA's PeopleSoft and IMPACT systems.
- Enforce MTA and FEMA policies and guidelines to carry out the oversight function for eligible projects in the aforementioned special programs.
- Carry out specific reporting and analytical activities as required for Sandy and Small Business Mentoring projects, including reporting on all operating funded projects.
- Provide oversight, guidance, and direction, as well as maintain and update policies and procedures related to these special programs.
- Administer the Willingness to Assume Risk (WAR) Certificate approval process for encumbering funds associated with all capital and operating contracts related to these special programs
- Direct the payments review, accruals, and PeopleSoft system adjustment processes for the Hurricane Sandy program and all other mixed funded (capital & operating) contracts
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
- A master's degree from an accredited college in economics, finance, planning, business administration, management science, operations research, organizational behavior, public policy, statistics, human resources, public administration, or a closely related field; and,
- At least 3 years of satisfactory full-time professional planning and/or capital budget experience working with any of the following:
- Budget of a large public or private organization in budget administration, economic or financial administration, fiscal research, or economic research
- Management of methods analysis, operations research, organization development, or program evaluation
- Personnel administration, public administration, recruitment, position classification, staff development, or a related area; or
- A bachelor's degree from an accredited college and 5 years of satisfactory full-time professional experience as described above
Specialized Knowledge (Preferred):
- 10-15 years of progressively responsible experience in public sector policy analysis, project management, capital planning, and/or transportation planning
- Excellent quantitative analysis skills along with oral and written communication skills
- An advanced degree in public administration, public policy, or other relevant discipline
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