Director of Finance & Administration The Port continues to be in the midst of an unprecedented growth and opportunities in both cargo and infrastructure investments. The Port is poised to recruit new business while insuring our existing customers have the infrastructure needed to reach their full potential. As a member of the Port’s senior management team, the position actively participates in planning, advising and supporting the Port’s mission, business objectives and development initiatives. This is a position of public trust and dedication to the Port’s mission. Responsibilities: The position is responsible for the Port’s accounting and financial functions, including: budgets and forecasts; financial planning and policies; general accounting, grant and project accounting; financial statements, cash and debt management; and audits. Responsibilities also include human resources, records and risk management. As Port Auditor, the position has a dual function reporting to the Port Commissioners. • Plans, implements and oversees the Port’s accounting systems, controls and operations. • Manages the Port’s annual budget process ensuring business objectives are supported. • Develops, recommends and implements financial planning initiatives to achieve the Port’s strategic goals and objectives, including financial policies, funding strategies, and long-term financial plans. • Directs the preparation and distribution of monthly management reports and financial performance metrics for the Port’s lines of business. • Coordinates preparation of the Port’s Annual Financial Statements and leads audit processes. • Manages Port’s property and casualty risk management programs. • Plans and coordinates human resource functions. • Guides and develops Finance Department staff instilling an environment of transparency, accountability, efficiency, improvement, achievement, growth and innovation.