OVERVIEW OF POSITION: This classification is responsible for providing contract, procurement, insurance, and finance services and support to the District.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: The information provided below encompasses the typical duties and capabilities linked with this classification. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Reviews, analyzes and manages contracts and agreements for the District in accordance with state law, including keeping up to date with law and policy changes, seeking legal advice, and coordinating District purchasing activities, including tracking and recording contracts.
Prepares routine and moderately complex purchasing and procurement documents including RFPs and contracts.
Develops and updates Board-adopted and staff-administered procurement policies.
Provides guidance and training for District staff on purchasing procedures, RFPs, and contracts.
Administers the District's property and liability insurance program.
Provides advice and counsel on insurance matters and risk assessment, and coordinates the annual insurance renewal process. Supports risk management function.
Maintains the fixed asset list including acquisitions, disposals and depreciation.
Administers the SDC assessment and collection program with City and County staff.
Maintains the annual asset management project list.
Performs the District's monthly bank reconciliation including researching and resolving discrepancies.
Coordinates and conducts special studies and projects for the Finance Division.
STRONG KNOWLEDGE OF:
Principles and practices of public administrative processes, procedures and functions;
Federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations pertaining to public contracting, public procurement, and keeping current with law changes and new best practices;
Financial principles and practices in local government and budget preparation and administration techniques;
Principles and practices of project management and prioritization, and solution strategy development;
Organizational processes, principles and practices;
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Associate's degree with an emphasis in business administration, finance or other related field; AND three (3) years of contract, public procurement and/or insurance experience; OR
Any satisfactory combination of education, experience and training.
BENEFITS: We offer excellent benefits to our full-time employees and families including:
Paid time off for Vacation, sick & holidays
Family facility pass
Discounts on programs
PLEASE APPLY ONLINE: www.bendparksandrec.org/jobs
Bend Park & Recreation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer
About Bend Park & Recreation District
Bend Park and Recreation District is located in beautiful central Oregon, high desert area at the foothills of the Cascade mountain range. We have 110 full time employees and approximately 325 part-time employees. Full benefits package includes health, dental, vision, long-term disability insurance, paid leave, family membership to all District facilities, and retirement plan through Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan. Bend Park and Recreation District is a special district, separate from the City of Bend. It is governed by a five member, elected Board of Directors and managed by an Executive Director. In 2006, BPRD received the National Gold Medal Award for excellence in Park and Recreation Management. We continually strive to set the standard nationwide for exceptional and sustainable park and recreation services.We have 86 parks to play in, 67 miles of trail to explore and over 770 different recreation programs to join. Come on out, the weather is fine.