The Senior Manager of Bonds and Taxes is responsible for directing, managing, overseeing, and auditing the financial tracking and reporting of the College’s outstanding debt and tax revenues. Performs ongoing and targeted financial analysis, keeping up with industry standards, regulatory requirements, and best practices. Evaluates LSC’s bond and tax related processes and procedures to ensure compliance with all related regulatory requirements. Reviews bond and tax related activities, processes, and procedures and recommends improvements where needed. Prepares professional level reports for internal and external constituents, and manages and reviews the work of multiple staff members performing bond and tax related work.
1. Reviews and monitors the spending of bond money to ensure LSC’s use of bond funds is in compliance with all applicable regulations. Reviews and analyzes bond budgets, cash flow forecasts and financial statement disclosures 2. Creates, analyzes, and utilizes a variety of executive-level, professional reports. Uses resulting data-driven information in decision-making and to provide informed bond-related updates to internal and external constituents at all levels 3. Performs on-going and targeted financial analysis regarding bond projects, and monitors the use of bond funds and calculations of private use and arbitrage. Ensures LSC compliance with all applicable internal and external rules, laws, regulations, guidelines, contractual requirements, and LSC policies and procedures 4. Reviews and oversees the preparation of bond portfolio and tax related audit schedules, Comprehensive Annual Financial Report footnotes and statistical disclosure/reporting, etc. 5. Manages and reviews the work of multiple staff performing bond and tax related work in other departments (including Asset Management, Facilities and Construction, and Accounting) to ensure bond projects and funds are accounted for properly. Oversees and reviews all routine accounting functions (journal entries, reconciliations, fund transfers, etc.) related to bonds and taxes 6. Participates in bond issuance working group. Reviews the recording of new and refinanced bond issues. Reviews project funds and bond specific reporting to rating agencies 7. Actively remains current on all bond industry standards and regulatory requirements. Understands and continuously reviews all processes and procedures related to bonds and taxes and recommends improvements as needed 8. Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned
Required: Bachelor’s degree and at least 7 years of related work experience, at least 3 in a Manager- or Director-level position
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