The full charge bookkeeper handles accounting, finance and banking in compliance with internal controls and in coordination with staff and board officers. Duties include accounts payable and receivable, bank reconciliations, preparing budget and grant compliance reports, and coordinating payroll. 15-20 hours a week. Flexible scheduling possible.
Manage and prepare all accounting transactions to ensure GAAP, FASB and nonprofit compliance. Regularly prepare financial statements and budget reports. Prepare month-end and year-end closing reports. Monitor budgets based on multiple streams of revenue. Ensure timely invoicing of funders. Assist President with annual audit. Coordinate monthly payroll, vacation tracking and paperwork required for HR files and retirement enrollment. With development director, provide the necessary reports for grant applications. As needed, make recommendations for improvements to increase efficiency.
Associate's degree in business, finance or accounting. Bachelor's degree preferred. At least 3-5 years experience in bookkeeping required. Mastery of Quickbooks and Excel. Experience with nonprofit bookkeeping preferred. Ability to pay attention to details and work independently. Ability to multi-task.