City of Big Bear Lake Department of Water and Power
The annual salary range for this exempt position is $93,935.10 to $114,178.70
plus a comprehensive benefit package
About the Community
The City of Big Bear Lake is nestled in the stunning San Bernardino Mountains. Big Bear Lake is defined by its rustic traditions, rich history, and pristine views. It is home to two of Southern California’s largest ski resorts, and provides four seasons of abundant recreational opportunities, including fishing, horseback riding, biking, camping, golfing, skiing, snowboarding, boating, and hiking. With its small-town atmosphere, Big Bear Lake offers its residents solitude and serenity with easy access to major metropolitan areas. The unsurpassed quality of life offered has attracted people to have second homes in the area. The full-time population in Big Bear Valley is approximately 22,000. The City also has a Performing Arts Center with a state-of-the art 398-seat theater. The Center is dedicated to promoting and attracting both big names and local talent. Additionally, the City hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including Oktoberfest, International Film Festival, mountain bike racing, jazz festivals, car shows, trout classics, and ski and snowboard competitions. The City also boasts an exceptional school system, and active service groups and churches.
About the Opportunity
The Accounting Supervisor reports to the Chief Financial Officer and is responsible for professional accounting duties in the analysis, preparation, and maintenance of financial records and reports and supervises the technical and clerical accounting functions including accounts payable and receivable, payroll, billing, general ledger, capital project accounting, fixed asset accounting, and other accounting related activities for the City of Big Bear Lake, Department of Water and Power (DWP).
The Accounting Supervisor is responsible for activities such as planning, assigning, and reviewing the work of Accounting and Utility Billing staff, preparation and posting of payroll, implementing and maintaining the utility billing and accounting systems, data compilation and analysis, financial and budgetary analysis and reporting, and other accounting related activates for DWP funds. This position helps develop and meet Department and DWP objectives and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Chief Financial Officer. A qualified and selected candidate must be capable to competently manage the full range of professional financial analysis duties as assigned, work independently and as a team member and leader, apply well developed financial knowledge functions of routine, moderate and superior complexity – this is accomplished by exercising critical judgment.
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