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Huntington Tri-State Airport

1449 Airport Road

Huntington, WV 25704

(304) 453-6165

(304) 453-6183

Employment Opportunities

CLASS TITLE: Finance Director

 

DESCRIPTIVE STATEMENT:

To direct and oversee all the financial activities of the airport including the preparation of

current financial and administrative reports.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Supervise the application of accounting principles to a computerized system. Monitor

income and expenditures; prepare appropriate reports. Supervise clerical and

professional personnel involved in accounting functions. Provide technical assistance

and training to clerical personnel in accounting related positions by explaining and

demonstrating the work to be performed. Responsible for the tax requirements and

compliances of all federal, state, and local business payroll as well as other applicable

taxes.

Duties may also include: Directing the preparation of all financial reports including

income statement, balance sheets, reports to the board of directors, and reports for

government regulatory agencies. Prepare reports to appraise operating results in

performance comparisons with the budget. Supervise Airport employees in the

performance of standard and routine accounting, cash control, special assignments, and

other related tasks, i.e. the accumulation, posting and preparation of data for reports or

documentation for the following areas: bookkeeping, payroll/personnel manager,

parking lot attendants, and operations clerks. Delegate daily work assignments based

on knowledge of department priorities as needed. Direct and/or assists in the

performance of tasks when needed, i.e. unusual problems or questions, explaining

appropriate procedures to perform. Review work product of subordinates to ensure

accuracy and completeness, (example: Checks quarterly payroll taxes) Maintain the

company’s system of accounts and keeps books and records on all company

transaction. Interface with outside accounting firms and other agencies to ensure

appropriate regulations are followed. Balance and reconcile accounts. Adjust and

correct opening and closing entries. Determine depreciation rates to apply to capitalized

items.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of database and accounting computer application systems to supply the

most accurate financial information. Ability to supervise clerical and professional

personnel.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

College degree in Accounting with eight to ten years of experience in financial

management. Knowledge of increasing responsibilities for multi-faceted direction.