Nonprofit HR/Bookkeeper Associate
Under general supervision of the Controller, the Nonprofit HR/Bookkeeper Associate is responsible for providing accounting, HR and bookkeeping functions. The successful candidate will have experience working in nonprofit multi-fund accounting. This person must be detail-oriented; willingness to be flexible; and a team player.
Duties and Responsibilities: Include the following, other duties may be assigned.
- Assist in the day-to-day accounting processes including but not limited to: A/P, A/R, payroll, journal entries, account and bank reconciliation in accordance to GAAP.
- Prepare Journal Entries, including payroll entries.
- Process and pay all invoices in a timely manner.
- Execute bi-monthly payroll using 3rd party payroll service provider.
- Perform annual 1099 reporting process for vendors.
- Prepare monthly department reports.
- Manage time tracking process for employees utilizing new online time tracking tool.
- Assist Controller in executing month-end closing procedures and postings.
- Assist Controller in preparation of year-end audit and IRS 990 filing.
- Support Controller in development and analysis of annual organization budget.
- Work with our HR PEO to ensure compliance with various government regulations
- Perform non-routine tasks requiring strong judgment and initiative.
Required Skills: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform the job successfully. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties of the job.
- Accounting degree or equivalent work experience.
- 3-5 years work experience in bookkeeping/accounting functions.
- Experience working in nonprofit multi-fund accounting.
- Strong Quickbooks skills, including all normal accounting transactions & GL management.
- Strong Excel skills.
- Experience going through a financial audit.
- Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
- Attention to detail, strong communication, and problem solving are critical skills for success in this role.
- As a small organization operating in a very dynamic environment, a significant amount of flexibility and teamwork is required. Employees are expected to work collaboratively to ensure organizational success.
Part-time (25-30 hours per week); salary range $15-$25 per hour. To apply email cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Timken has many volunteer opportunities available, both behind the scenes and in contact with the public. All volunteers receive on-site training and an invitation to an annual volunteer recognition reception. Volunteers who work more than 100 hours annually receive discounts at the museum store and free or reduced admission to Timken events.
Help us maintain the beauty of the Timken gardens. We are seeking volunteers available three hours per month to help with the upkeep. Projects may include watering, weeding, mulching, pruning, and general plant maintenance.
Donating your time is an excellent way to expand your knowledge of plants, share your love of gardening, and experience a different part of the Timken. Your volunteer effort will help the Gardens blossom and encourage Museum patrons to enjoy the outside world of wonder and inspiration.
For more information, please call 619.239.5548 or email: email@example.com
Education Department Internship:
The Timken Education Department is offering one unpaid, part time internship position designed to provide a 12-week practical experience in an art museum setting. Students who are college seniors, recent college graduates, or graduate level students interested in pursuing a career in art museum education are encouraged to apply. The intern will work for an average of 10-15 hours per week.
The Timken Museum of Art is recruiting docents to conduct thought-provoking and engaging tours, in English and other languages, for adult visitors and student groups, providing rich and memorable experiences with works of art in the Museum's collection.
The program includes 15 months of initial training, beginning in February 2019. The training program focuses on art history and museum education related to the permanent collection and incorporates on-site classes, workshops, tours, lectures, and more. Docents become part of a community of learners and continue their education beyond the initial training period.
Those interested in applying to the 2019 program must submit an application. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants from all backgrounds and life experiences are welcome and encouraged to apply.