Digest topic: Jobs & Internships


organization:Evergreen Habitat for Humanity
position summary:

We are looking for an energetic, detail-oriented; full-charge bookkeeper to oversee our nonprofit’s accounting functions. Duties include, but are not limited to, using QuickBooks Pro and Excel to record or prepare accounts payables, accounts receivables, deposits, journal entries, financial reports, payroll, balance sheet, bank and payroll reconciliations, month-end close, 990’s. Previous construction or property management experience is a plus.

Salary / Pay Rate:TBD
Required Skills and Abilities:Strong knowledge of GAAP accounting theory particularly accrual accounting (to be evaluated during interview).
Qualifications:• 4+ years of full-charge bookkeeping with accounting experience. • Experience in payroll processing and understanding the payroll journal • Strong working knowledge of QuickBooks Pro, MS Excel, Word, internet (to be evaluated during interview). Excel level must include strong proficiency and speed in creating spreadsheets. • Self-motivated, quick learner; ability to work independently after initial training period. • Willing to self-study unfamiliar skills, particularly nonprofit accounting theory (direction will be provided) • Strong analytical skills (must have analytical skills to successfully locate, analyze, and correct variances in bank statement and balance sheet reconciliations) • Excellent organization, prioritizing, and problem-solving skills • Excellent written and verbal English skills and pleasant phone manner • Ability to work with vendors, clients, and co-workers • Impeccable integrity, reliability, and confidentiality • Resourceful and accurate; able to multi-task and work under deadlines Job Profile: • This is a part-time position: approximately 20-25 hours per week How to Apply: Please email your cover letter and resume in pdf or Word format to: [email protected]. (Please indicate “Bookkeeper” and Your Name in subject line). Deadline for receipt of cover letter and resume: Wednesday, February 10, 2010