Management Services Director

Compensation: Starting Wage: $99,545.07 per year

General Description/Information

Mountain Line is looking for a dynamic and highly qualified leader to serve as our Management Services Director, overseeing our Finance, Human Resources, and IT Teams.

Safety Statement

This is a not safety-sensitive position. The incumbent is required to fully comply with all safety rules and regulations established by Mountain Line.

Division Objective

Administrative Services Division ensures that activities related to finance, human resources, information technology, procurement, and regulatory compliance in these same areas are performed effectively and efficiently. The primary goal of Administrative Services is to direct, control, and supervise the support services of the organization, and to facilitate its success by ensuring a free flow of communication, compliance with various federal, state, and local polices, and efficient use of resources throughout the organization.

Job Purpose of the Management Services Director

This is an executive-level position responsible for assisting the CEO and General Manager in carrying out the policies and programs of Mountain Line. Incumbent provides highly complex analysis and is responsible for the direction of all areas of Administrative Services. The Management Services Director is accountable for accomplishing and furthering Mountain Line and division goals and objectives within general policy guidelines.

The Management Services Director is responsible for directing all activities related to finance, budget, human resources, information technology, procurement, and regulatory compliance. The incumbent supervises employees, human resource activities and compliance, directs budget and financial management functions, supervises procurement and vendor contract management functions, leads compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, and manages Information Technology Services.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities

  • Performs as an integral member of the leadership team to ensure effective interfaces and integration of activities with other organizational units
  • Acquires new knowledge and learns new ways of solving problems, thinks and plans strategically, prepares and communicates a vision, models desired behavior, drives organizational change, manages recognition and development of staff potential, proactively addresses performance issues
  • Supervises direct reports. Assigns work, determines work methods, reviews work and corrects errors, trains, hires, coaches, mentors, evaluates work in progress, conducts disciplinary actions, allocates and manages budget, conducts performance appraisal, develops long range goals for the division and employees
  • Provides feedback on performance throughout the year, initiates performance plans and disciplinary actions at appropriate times, plans ahead to prepare and present appraisal to salaried employees within thirty days of due date (only exception is unplanned extended absence), consistently follows Mountain Line’s policies in performance management of represented employees
  • Effective collaborator and network builder, persuasive, sensitivity to situation and individuals, knows how to work within the organizational and political structure
  • Taking Risks and Innovation: thinks out of the box, open minded and flexible in thought and tactics, oriented toward results, adapts problem approaches, develops creative solutions
  • A responsible staff member in developing and supporting Mountain Line’s strategic plan.
  • Prepare documents to ensure necessary work to successfully carry out the goals and objectives and is completed in a manner that is consistent with Mountain Line rules, procedures, and partner agreements
  • Responsible for clear, concise and easy to understand communication regarding a variety of complex issues with Mountain Line leadership, Transit Advisory Committee (TAC), Board of Directors (Board), and regulatory agencies including but not limited to Financial Budgeting, Financial Policies, federal and state transit reviews, and Annual Financial Audit
  • Provides leadership in all administrative functions including finance, procurement, eligibility, human resources, and information technology. This includes oversight of interactions with the public and other internal and external parties to accomplish objectives of the agency
  • Oversees consultants as needed to support these divisions, including auditing of invoices, establishing meetings, conveying progress to staff, Board of Directors and other interested parties

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