- Round Rock, TX, USA
- Full Time
Employee Community Center Membership with access to community pools and tennis courts, 50% Off Sports & Classes
Join our Team and be part of The Brushy Creek Life!
Come experience "The Brushy Creek Life" in Round Rock, Texas, just minutes north of Austin. Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District enjoys the quiet rural aspects of small-town America while having proximity to cosmopolitan amenities.
Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District is home to 18,000+ residents. Formed initially as Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 in 1977, BCMUD provides water and wastewater services, recreational activities, beautiful gardens, parks, and miles of trails through the Brushy Creek community. BCMUD operates four swimming pools, four tennis courts, and a disc golf course throughout the community.
At the heart of our District is the Brushy Creek Community Center. Our Community Center features two gyms, two racketball courts, weight room, rock wall, and recreational programming, including various fun activities, educational and fitness classes.
Brushy Creek employs approximately 190 seasonal, part-time, and full-time team members.
The Controller is responsible for providing historical and projected financial information about the District's activities that will assist its Board of Directors, and other key stakeholders in making decisions about the District's future. This position establishes the District's financial status by assisting in the development and implementation of systems for collecting, analyzing, verifying, forecasting, engaging in cost reduction analysis, and reporting financial information.
- Assists the General Manager and Board of Directors with oversight of the District's financial and operational activities.
- Coordinates investment activity, in collaboration with the Investment Officers, maintaining the long-range cashflow model and recommending investment opportunities.
- Develops and publishes the District's annual budget, property tax calculations, five-year operating plan, and 10-year capital plan, working closely with the Financial Committee.
- Works closely with the general manager and elected leadership to provide support for safeguarding District assets, overseeing fiscal matters, and supporting District governance.
- Coordinates and facilitates an environment of strong internal controls to ensure adherence to internal and external accounting policies, procedures, and best practices.
- Serves as a member of the Financial Committee, and manages the Financial Services Team.
- Assist with oversight of the District's financial and operational activities by preparing key analytical assessments.
- Attends board meetings and other internal/external meetings to support District interests.
- Monitors budget to actual performance, supporting cost center managers.
- Develops the District's purchasing system to facilitate internal controls, transparency of decision-making, timeliness of payments, prudence, and efficiency.
- Ensures District's assets are properly recorded and accounted for by maintaining a fixed assets inventory while simultaneously computing and applying depreciation of the District's capitalized assets
- Monitors, tracks, and reports grant funds and submit various county, state, and federal reports
- Prepare requests for funds or grants to be awarded to the District.
- Proactively provides guidance on financial and organizational risks, including contract reviews and maintaining insurance policies.
- Prepares accurate and timely monthly and quarterly financial reports in adherence to District policies.
- Guides the District toward achieving the GFOA Distinguished Budget Award and State Comptrollers Transparency Stars
- Coordinates the annual audit, alongside the Accounting Manager, with independent auditors, prepares work papers, and resolves questions regarding the procedures followed by the District
- Determines lease classification and maintains lease spreadsheet and footnote disclosure information.
- Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, or related field required.
- Master of Business Administration or Masters of Public Administration preferred.
- Retirement plan through the Texas County District Retirement System with a contribution match of 2 to 1 at retirement
- Employee funded 457 option
- Certification pay
- Longevity pay
- Employee Community Center Membership
- Access to community pools and tennis courts
- 50% Off Sports & Classes