Business Manager/Office Administrator for Violence Prevention Organization

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organization:Listen To Kids
position summary:

Very organized, activist-minded, highly-skilled individual sought to be an Office Administrator and Bookkeeper for Listen To Kids - a dynamic, feminist non-profit organization that works together with children and adults to end child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault through prevention and early intervention programs.

The Adminstrator/Bookkeeper will be responsible for general office operations including typically light phone/reception duties, as well as bookkeeping including A/P, A/R, payroll input, invoicing, and preparation of monthly financial statements, reconciliations and reports, contract compliance and reporting.

Position will also provide development support including: annual event coordination, donor database management, donor specific mailings, and other development functions.

**Must have strong, proven experience with QuickBooks (or other accounting software) and be proficient with Excel, Word, and similar software programs.
To apply:

Prior to sending a resume please request an application packet by emailing us at [email protected] with "BM packet" in the subject heading.

Salary / Pay Rate:30-40 hrs/wk at $12-14/hr + full Kaiser medical & dental benefits
Required Skills and Abilities:The ideal candidate is an energetic, cheerful Jane/Jack-of-all-office-trades who has the experience and enthusiasm to be the multi-armed engine of our organization. You are excited to bear many important responsibilities, and equally at ease working alone and collaborating with other staff and volunteers. You are extremely comfortable diving into unknown situations and taking control of them quickly.
Qualifications:+ SOLID experience running a small office + 2 years of college level accounting or equivalent experience + Nonprofit fiscal management experience + Proficient in QuickBooks (or other accounting software) and Excel – min one year experience + Experience managing donor tracking systems – skilled in database management + Technology expertise – understanding of networking, software and hardware etc. to effectively manage systems + Excellent communication skills – personable, friendly and professional - comfortable talking with donors, vendors, Board members etc + Highly organized and detail oriented + Willingness to respond positively to requests from Executive Director, staff and volunteers throughout the organization relating to areas of position responsibility + Strong commitment to the rights of children to be safe + Ability to work with adults from varying cultural, ethnic, racial and socioeconomic backgrounds + Appreciation of violence prevention work from a feminist based perspective + Flexibility, patience, enthusiasm for making the world a better place, and a sense of humor
Education Required:High School or equiv.
Other:Equal Opportunity Employer