This position will work in the Finance & Administration office of the Colorado Springs Airport on a variety of projects and initiatives involving airport rates and charges, air service development, airport maintenance costs, budgeting, procurement trends, work order review analysis, and capital planning.
Close Date: August 23, 2017
Essential Job Functions:
Perform in-depth revenue and expenditure analysis; monitor, track, and analyze actual performance against budget; and investigate variances, identify potential issues, and communicate recommendations to management
Prepare, analyze, maintain, and monitor Airport rates and charges, department budgets, grants, and operating agreements
Review, evaluate, and monitor capital development plans and budgets; verify accuracy of financial information and cost charges to capital development and major maintenance projects, including correct coding and account reasonableness
Perform financial and accounting analyses on initiatives related to Airport benchmarks such as labor unit cost, maintenance equipment life cycles, preventative maintenance plans, procurement cycles, and Airport Costing
Monitor, analyze, and report on key performance indicators of the Maintenance Work Order System
Update and maintain project schedules, budgets, files, and spreadsheets; monitor and update operating and capital budgets to reflect budget adjustments and funding changes
Prepare, review, update, analyze, and distribute monthly, quarterly, and annual reports, ad-hoc ledgers, logs, and records to stakeholders, highlighting financial results and other key performance indicators
Develop presentations of composite data; perform comparative analyses of fiscal and operational performance data; and analyze and interpret financial and statistical data and operating results
Analyze federal, state, and local legislative proposals for impact on assigned operations
Prepare analyses and briefings on enacted legislation, judicial interpretations, and regulatory agency directives
Prepare financial analyses, fiscal reports, and statements; prepare and maintain a variety of ledgers, logs, records, and reports
Ensure the Airport's accounting, financial, budget, and other business processes are efficient, effective, and maintain adequate internal controls
Ensure financial information and records are accurate and complete
Research and identify opportunities for improvement; formulate, recommend, and assist with the implementation of appropriate changes
Assist in budget preparation and administration and Rates and Charges analysis
Methods of administrative, organizational, economic, statistical, financial, and procedural analysis
Rules, regulations, and policies affecting budgetary, fiscal record-keeping, and data-processing procedures
Principles and practices of accounting and budget preparation and administration; federal and state grant programs
Data collection, research, and report preparation
Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations
Modern office procedures and equipment, including computers
Proper English, usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation
Prepare comprehensive reports, documents, and correspondence
Recommend and participate in various organizational studies and analysis
Coordinate the collection, evaluation, and interpretation of information and data
Maintain detailed records and prepare professional reports
Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, and recommend conclusions
Review and analyze technical documents and proposals
Balance multiple projects, meet necessary deadlines, and exercise initiative
Communicate clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing
Establish and maintain effective working relationships
Successful candidates will have:
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in aviation management, finance, business administration, public administration, or other field
In addition to the above education, successful Analyst II candidates will also have three years of full-time professional analytical and/or budgetary experience, including experience in project management
Ideal candidates will also demonstrate:
Experience with the rates and charges structure of an airport, as well as the administrative and operations environment
Experience working in an airport/airline finance and accounting department
Experience developing reports and management dashboards
Experience working in a municipal government setting
Analytical skills with a strong attention to detail
Fiscal Responsibility: You will prepare accounting, budget, employment actions, and purchasing documents and complete research to justify language used in documents for a unit or division of a department.
Machines, Tools, Equipment, and Work Aids: Computer, printer, copier, telephone, and standard office equipment.
Specialized Computer Equipment and Software: Microsoft Office and specialized software relative to area of assignment.
The selected candidate must pass (or have already passed) a fingerprint-based criminal history records check as required by the Transportation Security Administration.
Physical Demands: This position requires the ability to lift up to 10 pounds occasionally.
Primary Work Environment - Office environment
Extreme Temperature - Never
Wetness and Humidity - Never
Respiratory Hazards - Never
Noise and Vibrations - Never
Physical Hazards - Never
Mechanical and/or Electrical Hazards - Never
Exposure to Communicable Diseases - Never
This job announcement is not intended to include a complete listing of all responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with the position.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Additional Salary Information: Depending on the qualifications of the candidate selected, this position will be filled at either the Analyst I or Analyst II level. The monthly salary range for the Analyst I is $3,666.67 to $5,041.71 and the monthly salary range for the Analyst II is $4,356.42 to $5,990.08.