To maintain the books of account and administration of the Port Authority’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program, ensuring that all financial data is recorded in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
To provide various routine and special reports needed by the Port Authority and the Northwest Ohio Advance Energy Improvement Corporation (ESID) boards of directors, senior management team, and outside agencies.
To prepare annual and interim reporting as needed to describe the financial position of the PACE program.
To ensure the proper legislation and administration of special assessment projects for energy special improvement districts.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or equivalent experience in finance, accounting or business administration, or in a field related to the position (three years of experience shall be considered equivalent to one year of university-level education); Certified Public Accountant designation, special assessment administration experience, and/or knowledge of energy special improvement districts are a plus;
Two years of experience in public accounting and/or conducting audits of governmental entities; understanding of bond transactions is a plus;
Knowledge of accounting entries needed to track daily cash inflows and outflows;
Knowledge of proper generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) treatment of accrual accounting;
Working understanding of contract structure and a demonstrated ability to read, comprehend, and interpret legal documents;
Advanced skill with computers, accounting software, and Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint;
About Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority
The Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority’s business is transportation and development. That business is shaped by our mission to move people and cargo through the region while employing innovative programs to stimulate development in our region.