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Executive Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
Alternatives for Girls announces an opening for a full-time (40 hours per week) Executive Administrative Assistant to CEO position.

Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field and 5 years of administrative work experience required. Proficiency using MS Word, Outlook, Excel, database maintenance, and internet usage required. Effective reasoning, verbal and written communication skills required. Must possess interpersonal skills sufficient to effectively communicate with Board of Trustees, staff and public. Project management experience a plus. Valid Michigan driver’s license required.


  1. Provide confidential administrative support to CEO in the ongoing operations of the executive office, performing duties assigned, including processing confidential correspondence, reports, scheduling appointments, etc;
  2. Coordinate, prepare and distribute materials for the board of directors and select board committees, such as meeting notices, meeting minutes, agenda and supporting information; host and coordinate meetings;
  3. Organize and maintain CEO’s files and organizational archive files;
  4. Coordinate travel arrangements for administrative staff as needed;
  5. Handle CEO communications, including mail processing, answer telephone inquiries route calls, mail, and e-mail as appropriate;
  6. Coordinate CEO’s schedule using MS Outlook; set, confirm, reschedule appointments as needed, provide necessary documents to CEO in advance of meetings, etc.
Salary is dependent upon experience and training ranging from $15.00 to $17.92 per hour.

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Alternatives for Girls is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
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Director of Institutional Advancement (Detroit)
Posted 7/3/2013 by MNA
Department of Development and Stewardship
Director of Institutional Advancement

The Director of Institutional Advancement reports to the Director of Development and Stewardship of the Archdiocese of Detroit and is responsible for planning and implementing a coordinated marketing and communications strategy that supports the strategic priorities of Sacred Heart Major Seminary. The Advancement Director works closely with the faculty and administration, professional staff, the Alumni Board of Directors, Trustees and other volunteers, and colleagues in the Department of Development and Stewardship in planning, managing, and executing a comprehensive program that effectively communicates the mission, vision, and values of Sacred Heart Major Seminary and promotes the rector, the faculty, alumni, academic programs, and special events to internal and external constituents. The Director supervises the Event Manager, the Communications Manager, and the Associate Director of Annual Giving.

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Business Development Manager (Wixom)
Develop and manage pipeline of corporate and institutional giving for Detroit Public Television programs, projects, challenge grants, events and unrestricted gifts.
Serve as primary interface between programming and business development department to create sales strategies and product packages for productions and other opportunities
Maintain broad overall strategy for positioning DPTV’s categories with foundations and corporations
Research corporate and institutional giving opportunities for DPTV projects
Serve as primary support for business executives
Draft proposals/reports/acknowledgements / and other correspondence
Bachelor’s Degree
Five to seven years of non-profit development experience
Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Excellent people skills-able to work effectively with other members of a team, with prospects and existing clients
Superb computer skills and familiar with Internet, e-mail and basic office programs such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Commitment to the mission and standards of public broadcasting
Able to manage resources effectively
Able to work independently under pressure with minimal supervision
Excellent organizational ability with strong attention to details. Able to complete tasks within budget and time constraints and prepare necessary reports.
Please submit resume and cover letter along with salary requirement to: Detroit Public Television Attn: Human Resources by fax to 248-305-3981 or by e-mail to
Director of Alumni Relations & Special Events (Detroit)
Type: Full-time
Categories: Development—General, Donor Relations/Stewardship, Public Relations, Education
Required Education: Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred, CFRE preferred
Location: Detroit, MI
Salary Range: $65,000—80,000; comprehensive benefits package

The Director of Alumni Relations & Special Events has two primary responsibilities: 1) design, implement and direct a comprehensive alumni engagement program; and 2) design, implement and direct an annual calendar of alumni, fundraising, donor cultivation and recognition events. The Director of Alumni Relations & Special Events works with the Development Associate and reports directly to the Executive Director.

DAPCEP’s mission is to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who are motivated and prepared to pursue degrees leading to careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine. DAPCEP has an estimated 150,000 alumni.

Fundraising Goals and Expectations

  • The alumni engagement program will be the foundation of individual giving. DAPCEP is working with a development consultant to craft and implement an individual giving program/strategy. The Director of Alumni Relations & Special Events will be interfacing with and training under the development consultant and will be expected to lead the final individual giving program/strategy. Training sessions will begin soon after the Director of Alumni Relations & Special Events is hired;
  • Annual fundraising goal will be $160,000 the first year and will increase to a minimum of five (5) times the Director of Alumni Relations & Special Event’s salary by year three (3).
For full job description, please e-mail Submit cover letter, resume and references by July 22, 2013.

Development Coordinator (Macomb County)
Project Description
The Leaders Advancing Macomb Committee is seeking an organization or individual to raise funds for the establishment of an economic and community development non-profit for Macomb County. Leaders Advancing Macomb to provide and maintain ownership of meeting space, hardware, software and associated materials.
Project Requirements

  1. Develop a case for support for philanthropic, workforce/education, community and economic development and enrichment programs in or supporting Macomb County;
  2. Identify partner stakeholders and involvement;
  3. Develop funding campaign;
  4. Work with Executive Leadership Committee and attend all meetings with appropriate updates;
  5. Maintain exclusive fundraising activity with Leaders Advancing Macomb while working within contract.
Experience and Functional Knowledge
Proposals must demonstrate past experience and working knowledge of the philanthropic community. Applications by individuals or firms must demonstrate strong organizational, personable qualities, ability to collaborate with other organizations and individual in planning of activities. Grant writing experience and high project management proficiency a plus.

Submission Deadline
July 12, 2013 by 5:00pm

Mission and Vision
Provide a central brand for Macomb County. Strengthen communities in Macomb County through corporate, foundation and non-profit support. Provide a continuous enrichment to Macomb County communities, add value to the lives of residents and create an enriching environment to live, learn, recreate, innovate and conduct business.

Sarah Balmer
Director of Clients, Culture and Community
Apparatus Solutions, Inc.
600 Renaissance Center, suite 1780
Detroit, MI 48243

Hispanic Coordinator (Detroit)
Responsible for the recruitment and retention of Hispanic girl members and adult volunteers. Build and maintain community partnerships to increase Girl Scout presence in identified Hispanic communities. Act as main staff liaison to Hispanic Advisory Committee. Recruit and support volunteers to ensure the delivery of the Girl Scout council. Assist with the creation and implementation of Hispanic marketing efforts. Work closely with fund development in the writing and managing of grant funds to support the Hispanic initiative for Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan.


  • 3 years customer service or volunteer support experience;
  • Excellent bilingual (English/Spanish) verbal and written skills;
  • Bachelors degree in related field or equivalent.
Send Resume with Cover letter to: Angela Benitez, Human Resources Director, - Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
Research Director (Grand Rapids)
RESEARCH DIRECTOR, Community Research Institute
Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy

The Johnson Center seeks a Research Director for the Community Research Institute (CRI). The Community Research Institute (CRI) gathers, analyzes, interprets, and shares national and local data through partnerships with foundations, nonprofit and neighborhood groups in an effort to assist local and regional leaders with programmatic decision making, grant planning, and evaluation.

This position will provide leadership and management for all research, including goal setting, daily management of research projects with staff, and external partnerships with key local, state, and national organizations. The successful candidate will possess a PhD with five or more years of experience in applied social research, and experience in a management role.

For full details and how to apply, go to If you have questions or need assistance, call Human Resources at 616.331.2215.

Grand Valley State University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution.
Associate Director of Individual and Estate Giving (Detroit)
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation is seeking highly-qualified applicants for an Associate Director of Individual and Estate Giving to join its team. The Foundation works with caring members of our community on important initiatives that improve the health and well-being of young people and their families, particularly in Southeast Michigan. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located in Detroit.
The Associate Director of Individual and Estate Giving is responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating and soliciting individual prospects capable of giving in excess of $50,000. Travel will be required, particularly within Southeast Michigan.
Qualified candidates will have five or more years of progressively responsible experience in the fund development or sales fields. Specific experience in major gift solicitation and campaigns is preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is required.
CHMF is proud of its diverse workplace and is an E.E.O employer.
A competitive compensation package will be provided. Please send a letter of interest, resume and salary history, either by mail or e-mail to be received no later than July 26, 2013 to:
Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation
Attn: Personnel
3901 Beaubien, 1st Floor Carls Building
Detroit, MI 48201
Director of Special Events and Corporate Giving (Detroit)
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation is seeking highly-qualified applicants for a Director of Special Events and Corporate Giving to join its team. The Foundation works with caring members of our community on important initiatives that improve the health and well-being of young people and their families, particularly in Southeast Michigan. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located in Detroit.
The Director of Special Events and Corporate Giving is responsible for all stages of planning, directing and executing all aspects of assigned fundraising events and supervises the Foundation’s event staff. The Director is also accountable for identifying, qualifying, cultivating and soliciting corporate contributions.
Qualified candidates will have five or more years of professional experience in project or event management, including demonstrated success in event planning. A Bachelor’s degree is required.
CHMF is proud of its diverse workplace and is an E.E.O employer.
A competitive compensation package will be provided. Please send a letter of interest, resume and salary history, either by mail or e-mail to be received no later than July 26, 2013 to:
Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation
Attn: Personnel
3901 Beaubien, 1st Floor Carls Building
Detroit, MI 48201
Administrative Assistant (Detroit)
The Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation is seeking highly-qualified applicants for an Administrative Assistant to join its team. The Foundation works with caring members of our community on important initiatives that improve the health and well-being of young people and their families, particularly in Southeast Michigan. We are a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization located in Detroit.
The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support, particularly for our fundraising staff. This position also participates in backing-up other support personnel as needed.
Qualified candidates will have two or more years of administrative or secretarial experience, including managing multiple calendars. This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, and an Associate’s degree is preferred. Qualified candidates will possess strong communication and interpersonal skills along with a positive, professional demeanor.
CHMF is proud of its diverse workplace and is an E.E.O employer.
A competitive compensation package will be provided. Please send a letter of interest, resume and salary history, either by mail or e-mail to be received no later than July 26, 2013 to:
Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation
Attn: Personnel
3901 Beaubien, 1st Floor Carls Building
Detroit, MI 48201
Individual Gift Officer (Southfield)
The National Office of the Epilepsy Foundation is seeking a qualified Individual Gift Officer. This position is located in Southfield, Michigan..

The Individual Gift Officer is responsible for managing long-term relationships with major donors and prospects determined to have the ability to make gifts at or above $10,000.

The Individual Gift Officer reports to Senior Director of Development. This position is charged with developing and implementing strategies for securing financial support from a portfolio of 250 donors and prospects. The position will be responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gifts for the foundation.

The Individual Gift Officer will work collaboratively with and in support of volunteers, development team members, and other representatives within the national office and affiliate to successfully cultivate and solicit donors.


  • Minimum five years of fundraising experience;
  • Proven experience in capital gift fundraising, and cultivating and soliciting prospects capable of five and six-figure gifts. The Individual Gift Officer must have a demonstrated gift solicitation history of $10,000 or more;
  • Broad knowledge of the principles of fundraising – able to participate in all aspects of the gift cycle;
  • Understanding of the needs and interests of major donors in order to develop relationships between them and the foundation;
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
For the full position description, please visit our website at Salary commensurate with experience and education. Full benefits offered.


Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Please include salary -requirement.
Supervisor - Crisis Resolution (Oakland County)
Lighthouse of Oakland County is seeking a full-time Supervisor - Crisis Resolution in our Pontiac office. The successful candidate will be responsible for the supervision of staff, volunteers and interns in the delivery of services to assist individuals and families move from crisis to self-sufficiency.

Responsibilities include:

  • Direct supervision of daily operations of crisis resolution services;
  • Maintaining scheduling to ensure sufficient coverage;
  • Maintaining financial and program integrity;
  • Management of client data;
  • Becoming completely knowledgeable of all programs including funding sources and compliance requirements;
  • Being an active intermediary between crisis resolution department fo the Center for Working Families program;
  • Developing and maintaining effective working relationships with other human services agencies.
  • Masters Degree in Human Services field. Degree in Social Work preferred;
  • Minimum of five years experience in related fields;
  • Strong leadership, skilled in motivating staff to achieve agency expectations and goals.
Candidates should submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements via email to: Wilma Abney, Executive Director, Lighthouse Emergency Services at
Director of Development (Watervliet)
The Therapeutic Equestrian Center (TEC) is located in Southwest Michigan close to the beaches of Lake Michigan. TEC provides therapeutic riding and other equine assisted activities for people with special needs to improve their emotional, physical and cognitive abilities. TEC is seeking a creative, self motivated Director of Development.

Responsibilities for this approximately 20 hour a week position include managing activities related to the planning, execution and evaluation of fund development and public relations activities.

Requirements include previous experience and education in fund development with an understanding of fund development including annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, use of social media and direct mail.

Candidates must thrive on making new contacts and bringing potential donors together to meet the needs of TEC whether individuals, corporations or foundations. For a full position description and to apply please send a cover letter and resume to no later than July 31, 2013.
Marketing Manager (Detroit)
Starting Salary Range: Salary commensurate with experience
Work Location:  3000 Gratiot Detroit, MI 48207
Work Days:  Monday-Friday and for special events as necessary.
Work Hours:  40 hours per week
Status:  Exempt
Benefits:  Full Benefits
Employment Status: Full-time
Supervisor:  Director of Marketing


  • Responsible for planning, implementing and leading teams on all special events, including, annual St. Vincent de Paul Telethon on WXYZ Channel 7, Friends of the Poor Walk, Annual St. Vincent de Paul Golf Outing, Volunteer Awards Banquet, groundbreakings and dedications;
  • Responsible for managing and maintaining all information flow and data retention in the marketing department, including marketing calendar for PR, events, direct mail and web. Responsible for data entry of marketing information, filing and organization of department;
  • Oversight of the web site, including writing for web site, posting materials. Writing media releases, production collateral, including banners, signage, print ads and brochures;
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships for both advertising and public relations with local media;
  • Assist in identifying prospective donors/corporations and creative funding opportunities and writing proposals;
  • Create and update necessary computer data bases as needed and manage computer files (Raiser’s Edge).
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with minimum of two years’ experience in non-profit events management, public relations, or similar experience. Excellent oral and written communications skills, ability to multi-task and handle pressure situations. Strong computer aptitude and proficiency. Ability to update web site, write public relations materials, including press releases, annual reports and grant proposals. Must be detailed oriented. Outstanding organizational skills.

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Program Manager (Dearborn)
University of Michigan-Dearborn seeks two Program Managers for the new Public Allies Metropolitan Detroit (PAMD) program, which will annually partner with 25+ local nonprofits to host 28 Allies for capacity-building for the nonprofit and leadership training for the Allies. PAMD will have a 3-person team responsible for delivering the PAMD program. Reporting to the Program Site Director (PSD), the Program Managers (PMs) are responsible for: ensuring Allies and Partner Organizations (nonprofit host sites) have meaningful experiences with Public Allies and successfully complete the leadership apprenticeship program; leveraging resources and increasing Public Allies' local impact through effective engagement of alumni and community stakeholders; and delivering a quality program that advances the work of the organization and positions the site for growth.

Essential job functions include: program and relationship management (managing, training, evaluating and goal setting with Allies and their host sites); partner and community engagement (communications; recruitment; and related); and organizational advancement (building alumni engagement and related).

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree preferred and/or commensurate experience. 3 + years of professional experience in program development and implementation with a track record of achieving results; experience working with nonprofits in Detroit Area preferred. Passion for and demonstrated commitment to addressing issues of social justice and a belief in young people's ability to lead; Management experience, including the ability to motivate and coach people to achieve results; Experience in team-building, as well as in conflict resolution. See the following posting for more detail: Applications due by July 8th.
Program Site Director (Dearborn)
University of Michigan-Dearborn seeks a Program Site Director (PSD) for the new Public Allies Metropolitan Detroit (PAMD) program, which will annually partner with 25+ local nonprofits to host 28 Allies for capacity-building for the nonprofit and leadership training for the Allies. The PSD will be responsible for leading and managing a vibrant, value led and impact driven operation in its aim to strengthen communities through development of home-grown leaders and increasing capacity of the regional social sector. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: ensuring operational and programmatic excellence; fund development/fundraising; external relations; and driving the development of community impact strategies through collaboration, innovation, and strategic partnerships in the communities the program serves. Internally, the PSD builds capacity and infrastructure to support effective programming, staff development, and operational and financial management to create and sustain an organization that is rooted in the community.

Qualification Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred. 5+ years of professional experience in nonprofit leadership and management with a track record of high quality performance - Detroit area preferred. Strong strategic and critical thinking skills; ability to clearly communicate a vision and inspire staff & stakeholders to achieve the vision. Demonstrated success in identifying, building and managing key stakeholder relationships. Strong staff management and team-building experience. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and demonstrated ability to work with flexibility, efficiency and diplomacy. See the following posting for more detail: Applications due by July 8th.
Program Manager (East Lansing)
The selected candidate will provide leadership to and coordinate the workflow of staff involved with the administration of credentialing and certification examination registration and scheduling, and participant activities in continuous certification programs; Provide leadership to the collection, maintenance, and reporting of accurate data related to ABEM physicians; Provide content expertise to relevant Board committees and task forces, and develop, materials for committee review. Maintain budget projection models; Administer assigned areas of annual budget.

The selected candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree in business or related area and five to seven years of program management, project management, customer service, call center administration or related experience; Demonstrated leadership and team-building skills and proficiency with project management, administration, and data management; Previous experience with database development and administration; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Ability to coordinate multiple simultaneous priorities and projects.

An advanced degree in a related area and experience in program development are desirable

If you wish to be considered for this position, please submit a resume and cover letter to:

Associate Executive Director, Operations
American Board of Emergency Medicine
3000 Coolidge Road
East Lansing, MI 48823

By fax: 517.332.2234 or by email to:
Fundraising Director (Royal Oak)
National Shrine of the Little Flower, Royal Oak, Michigan, is seeking a qualified candidate to lead and implement a comprehensive fundraising program for its schools.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Works with the Director of Advancement to develop strategies to meet aggressive fundraising goals;
  • Designs, implements and manages school fundraising activities including, but not limited to, major gift solicitation; fundraising special events; direct mail/email appeals; and tuition and scholarship fundraising programs for current year and endowment;
  • Writes fundraising appeal letters, brochures, invitations and fundraising information for electronic communications, websites and social media;
  • Creates and manages all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation and relations;
  • Recruits, trains and directs volunteers to assist with fundraising activities;
  • Works closely with other staff to publicize fundraising events and activities;
  • Serves as a public representative for the schools and attends outreach activities to promote the school and its fundraising endeavors;
  • Oversees the management of school donor and alumni databases, records, files, gift processing and memorial board;
  • Creates office systems to support school fundraising projects and operations in coordination with Director of Advancement;
  • Manages the expense budgets for school fundraising activities.
Previous fundraising experience necessary. Raiser’s Edge expertise beneficial. Excellent writing skills required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products needed. Position requires discretion, professionalism, accuracy, attention to detail, and a strong commitment to the Catholic faith.

Apply To: Director of Advancement at No calls please.
Campaign Manager (Ann Arbor)
Responsible for establishing business contacts, workplace campaigns and management of donor relationships. One to three years experience in development, sales,or related field. Skilled in effective speaking, writing and presenting; organizing and motivating others; working independently and in a group; written and verbal communications skills. Send resume and salary requirements No phone calls please
Multiple Positions (Southfield)
The Center of Excellence has two open positions.

We are seeking a enthusiastic and professional individuals for the open positions below:

  • Summer Camp Teacher;
  • Teacher Caregiver.
This position requires that you have experience working with children, ages 2-14 in a daycare or school environment.

Degree in Education or Child Development preferred but not required.

For more information related to the Center of Excellence, you may visit our website at:
Events Coordinator (Ann Arbor)
Part Time (20 Hours per Week)

Ele’s Place is seeking an Events Coordinator to produce events which educate the public and raise funds and other support for Ele’s Place programming.

Primary responsibilities for this position include:

  • Plans, budgets and implements all approved fund raising events. Ensures all deadlines are met. Maintains detailed action plans for each event. Evaluates all events after implementation; provides final reports and recommendations for future events. Ensures all attendees and contributors receive letters of thanks;
  • Recruits and trains event and community outreach volunteers, serves as liaison to appropriate committees and coordinates committee planning meetings. Ensures volunteer’s time is used appropriately and effectively. Supports volunteers to help them meet their responsibilities;
  • Serves as an ambassador of Ele’s Place, educating the public about issues surrounding children’s grief and the services Ele’s Place provides.
Qualifications for Events Coordinator:
  • Experience planning and implementing fundraisers or other events;
  • Organized, attentive to detail, able to coordinate multiple priorities and meet deadlines;
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills required;
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain professional relationships within the community;
  • Experience working with volunteers;
  • Able to work independently and as a team member;
  • BA degree preferred.
Responses to this posting are requested by: July 15, 2013
Send cover letter & resume to: Ele’s Place, 1145 W. Oakland, Lansing, MI 48915
Or e information to:
Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Family Services Coordinator (Lansing)
Ele’s Place (Lansing) is seeking a Family Services Coordinator to work with its grief support programs. This position is full time including 2 evenings per week.

The Family Services Coordinator will:

  • Work with other program staff members to provide guidance and information to grieving families and others;
  • Conduct family informational meetings and intake sessions;
  • Oversee assigned support group program sessions, including supervising volunteers and clinicians;
  • Implement 8-week bereavement support groups for children and adolescents in schools and community organizations;
  • Assist with projects, make presentations on behalf of Ele's Place, maintain records, and perform other responsibilities as needed.
A minimum of LLMSW, LLP or LPC certification is required.

Ideal candidates must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and good computer skills. Adult and child group experience, knowledge of grief issues and community resources required. Previous experience working with volunteers is very helpful. Ideal candidates must be able to work a flexible schedule.

Responses to this posting are requested by July 15, 2013. Send cover letter & resume to Ele’s Place, 1145 W. Oakland, Lansing, MI 48915, or e information to

Ele’s Place is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Bookkeeper/Accounting Associate (Southgate)
JOB GOAL: To assure the smooth, efficient and accurate financial operation of a 501 c-3 organization with multiple funding sources.


  • Minimum Associate Degree in Accounting/Business;
  • Knowledge and practical experience regarding basic computer skills, including QuickBooks for Nonprofits, Microsoft Word and Excel Programs;
  • Knowledge and experience with non-profit and fund accounting highly preferred;
  • Excellent organization, time management and communication skills;
  • Two year’s bookkeeping experience required (preferably in non-profit, fund accounting);
  • Ability to work independently and make decisions and recommendations in accordance with GAAP;
  • Familiar with networks and data backup procedures.
  • Maintain the chart of accounts, the annual budget and manage the complete filing system to support financial records and reports;
  • Accounts payable and grants payable processing;
  • Enter all financial transactions into QuickBooks for Non-Profits;
  • Check writing and direct deposits for payroll;
  • Reconcile payroll bank statements and payroll breakdown record;
  • Provide necessary reports for management. These will include, but not be limited to:
    • Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Financial Income and Expenses, Statement of Financial Expense, and Budget vs. Actual by Program/Project;
  • Maintain the general ledger, including the reconciliation of accounts payable, accounts receivable , bank accounts and payroll;
  • Maintain internal controls and the integrity of the accounting data;
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
12 Month Position; twenty hours a week (hours flexible); salary based on experience

Please provide a cover letter and resume to: NO PHONE CALLS

Good Luck!

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