Treasury Manager

County Of Orange   Santa Ana, CA   Full-time     Accounting
Posted on March 5, 2023

Treasury Manager: County of Orange Job! 

The Treasury Manager, under the direction of the Director of Treasury, assists with treasury, management operations in the Treasury Division of TTC. This position is responsible for managing the County’s cash flow forecast, managing all County bank and merchant processing accounts and other bank related services, identifying cost-saving opportunities, streamlining operations and ensuring compliance with County and TTC banking, segregation of duties and auditing standards to maximize the protection of the County’s cash assets.  The incumbent will also participate in the development of treasury management goals, objectives, policies, and procedures. The Treasury Manager will analyze the Division’s treasury management data and operational requirements and direct the development and implementation of applicable treasury management systems and procedures to meet those requirements. The Treasury Manager is currently supported by a cash manager and two cash management staff positions.
 Further responsibilities may include assisting with any of the following:

  • Develops, evaluates, and implements programs, policies, and procedures to promote efficient cash management, treasury, and investment operations and ensure strong internal controls, segregation of duties, and security of data, systems, and operations related to cash
  • Provides management oversight to daily operations, banking relationships, cash management, investment, set-up of County bank structure, bank deposits/reconciliation, interest apportionment, cashiering, remittance and daily balancing; calculating treasury operational costs, billing costs to appropriate Departments/Agencies, and monitoring of banking and custodian fees
  • Administer and maintain merchant services  programs, manage and maintain bank accounts and online banking platforms, armored car services and complete documentation for new and existing division processes in a secure manner and compliant with applicable regulations (i.e. PCI)
  • Monitor and investigate bank account balances and unusual transactions, analyze and solve problems in payment processes, and ensure compliance with audit/IPS regulations
  • Maintain and review bank relationships and fees, review and negotiate financial institution contracts with banks, armored carriers, merchant service providers and communicate with bank personnel to effect fund transfers and resolve any denials and/or fraud situations
  • Calculate and ensure daily liquidity to meet expenditure needs and supervise the receipt, custody, and disbursement of County funds


The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of five (5) years of progressive experience in a Treasury, accounting, finance, banking, or cash management role in the public sector or for a large public or private corporation and possess at least two (2) years of lead, supervisory, or management level experience with responsibilities for finance, cash management, or treasury related operations. Alternatively, one (1) year of experience as a Fiscal Manager (formally Administrative Manager I) with the County of Orange would suffice.
A Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, or related field may substitute for one (1) year of the required experience.  A Master’s degree or higher in accounting, finance, business administration, or related field may substitute for two (2) years of the required experience.
The ideal candidate must possess strong experience in cash management investment, principles, and techniques, as well as experience in financial accounting relating to cash balances using generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), knowledge of laws, regulations, and practices that impact banking and government agencies, experience with setting up and monitoring bank accounts and related reconciliations, advanced Excel skills, experience with treasury workstation software, (preferably with FIS Quantum), and proficiency in financial modeling tools are highly desirable. Knowledge of banking systems and experience with wire and ACH templates and cash forecasting is required.

In addition, the ideal candidate will possess extensive knowledge and/or experience in the following core competencies:
Technical Experience | Technical Knowledge 

  • Proficient in merchant card services program administration and management
  • Experience in managing, setting up and maintaining bank accounts and online banking platforms
  • Experience in cash flow analysis and forecasting
  • Knowledge of risk management strategies
  • Proficient in financial data reconciliation and accounting processes relating to cash
  • Experience in bank account administration and management
  • Knowledge of banking/audit/Investment policy compliance regulations and procedures

Interpersonal Communication | Relationship Building

  • Demonstrates relationship management and networking expertise with financial institutions
  • Strong negotiation and contract management skills
  • Work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to achieve common goals
  • Coordinate with internal departments and external organizations to meet competing demands and ensure the timely completion of tasks
  • Experience as a liaison between the organization and individual to achieve shared objectives.

Leadership | Supervisory Skills

  • Demonstrate a diligent work ethic while working independently and collaboratively
  • Tailoring personal developmental (e.g. training, learning opportunities, key experiences) to fit individual, team, and organizational needs
  • Manage all aspects of performance management systems within established time frames
  • Ensure the provision of a high-performing finance operation to serve the needs of the department and the County

Problem Solving | Analytical Skills

  • Troubleshoot and solve payment processing issues and fund transfers and resolve any denials and/or fraud situations
  • Evaluate and recommend banking products, other banking services, and platforms as appropriate
  • Manage and monitor daily cash operations, including position reporting, troubleshooting transaction issues, and cost review of bank, armored carrier, and other banking related fees.
  • Identify opportunities and implement Treasury-related business process improvements.
  • Research, organize, interpret, and apply relevant data
  • Attention to detail, demonstrating a high level of accuracy and timely completion of tasks

Organization & Planning

  • Direct and improve cash management processes to meet Division and Department policies and procedures.
  • Supervise personnel, evaluate, and improve operational procedures, and lead the month-end close process.
  • Support and develop Treasury policies, procedures, controls, and internal and external audits.
  • Develop, monitor, and track the Treasury unit cash management budget and support special projects, as needed.

Communication | Oral & Written 

  • Demonstrates superior verbal and written communications skills that concisely articulate coherent ideas in an effective manner
  • Communicates effectively with various levels of the organization, including staff, supervisors, and upper-level management
  • Produce and presents reports on cash-related information for presentation to a committee and boards


  • A valid California Class C Driver's License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.  
  • A Certified Treasury Professional, Certified Public Accountant, and Chartered Financial Analyst are highly desirable, but not required