Employment Opportunity at Resources for Rural Community Development, Inc. dba AccessHome

Posted July 20, 2020 

Bookkeeper

A non-profit Housing Development Organization (HDO) seeks an experienced full-charge bookkeeper.

 

Organizational Overview

RRCD is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt corporation founded in 1997 as a housing development organization, now representing an extensive portfolio of housing in communal, shared, and independent housing models. RRCD promotes housing for people with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. Most recently, our Board of Directors has identified a housing crisis in the Northstate and has approved RRCD to extend our housing solutions for the larger underserved population.

 

Position Overview

RRCD is seeking an experienced bookkeeper who is experienced with non-profit bookkeeping and accounting principles. The position is for thirty-two (32) hours per week. This position reports directly to the Executive Director. The Bookkeeper's primary responsibility is to ensure the accuracy of the books for RRCD and also produce financial reports as needed for RRCD's senior management and board to fulfill their fiduciary oversight responsibilities. Ongoing duties include working with the administrative assistant on accounts payable and accounts receivable (including monthly reconciliations). The Bookkeeper is also the primary liaison with the RRCD accounting firm for the annual audit, filing tax returns, and preparing a yearly budget.

 

Job Description

Bookkeeper with some HR responsibilities. As the Bookkeeper, you would a vital role with our organization by recording and maintaining our financial records. You would be responsible for both accounts payable and accounts receivable, along with all payroll and bank account management and reconciliation tasks. To perform this work, you will have had prior experience with QuickBooks and be willing to learn our accounting program.

 

Responsibilities:

Record day-to-day financial transactions and complete the posting process.

 

Accounts Payable:

Review/monitor vendor purchase orders and authorizations. Match purchase orders to invoices, code to General Ledger. Run checks on a bi-weekly basis according to payment terms and prepare for signature(s). 

 

Accounts Receivable:

Generate and communicate billing according to terms with vendors, issue monthly customer statements, and follow-up on past due invoices for payment.

 

Banking:

Prepare deposits of payments received from customers and enter into accounts receivable. Reconcile the monthly bank statements, researching and correcting any discrepancies. Record wire transfers into accounting software.

 

General Ledger:

Maintain inventory and overhead accounts. Review journal entries, month- and year-end reconciliation with CPA. Run general ledger trial balance at the end of the month before closing books to ensure that accounts are balanced.

 

Taxes:

Coordinate work with our CPA Firm to prepare for the annual audit. Attend meeting with CPA Firm as needed throughout the year.

 

Reporting:

Prepare and file workers compensation forms Prepare monthly reports for Executive Director and Board of Directors. Run regular reports for Executive Director to ensure appraised of cash flow, budgeting, and other vital financial matters. Prepare an annual proposed budget for BOD.

 

Clerical:

Perform your clerical duties, including maintaining paper and electronic files on our server. Archive previous year documentation once year-end books are reconciled and closed Maintain a good working relationship and communication with customers and vendors through phone, email, letters, and fax.

 

Bookkeeper Requirements:

  • Associate's degree in accounting or business administration preferred.

  • Excellent knowledge of general accounting principles (GAP).

  • Knowledge of bookkeeping software, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Office is necessary.

  • At least three years of bookkeeping experience, preferably within a real estate or nonprofit.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Attention to detail and accuracy of work.

  • Able to prepare, review, and understand a financial statement.

  • Must be able to work exceptionally well with a diverse group (stakeholders, grantors, and clients).

  • Verify and submit timesheets and expense reports to payroll service. Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

  • Salary based on experience.

How to Apply Please send your resume, a cover letter indicating your interest in dsmith@acccesshome.org with the subject header: RRCD Bookkeeper.

Resources for Rural Community Development Inc., dba AccessHome is a 501(c)3 corporation. AccessHome was founded in 1997 by Far Northern Regional Center (FNRC) and is a service provider for people with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. In recent years the agency has also served other underserved populations.

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