Basic Function: Under the direction of the Executive Director, the accountant is responsible
for performing a variety of bookkeeping, payroll, and accounting duties. The accountant tracks financial transactions and creates financial reports, including posting information in a computerized accounting software from documents not limited to vendor invoices, cash receipts, and inputting
revenue from government and private grants. The accountant also reconciles all balance
sheets, revenue and expense accounts to ensure their accuracy.
Duties & Responsibilities
Balance Sheet Transactions:
Conduct a monthly reconciliation of every bank account
Tag and monitor all fixed assets
Ensure all fixed assets have been recorded properly in Accounting Software
Record appropriate depreciation expenses for the current reporting period
Prepares asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing
lnput vendor invoices into QuickBooks (or other board approved Financial Software) within 2 days of receipt.
Collect all purchase requisitions and ensure appropriate appropriations have been
obtained prior to entering them into the computerized accounting system.
Take all reasonable discounts on supplier invoices
lssue checks for bills and employee reimbursements within approved time frame.
lnsures that all expenditures are appropriately categorized.
Record cash receipts and make bank deposits
Works in conjunction with the grant manager to input accounts receivable into the system.
Provide information to the grant manager and funders to comply with program audit requests.
1, Process payroll in a timely manner
Prepares, records and distributes paychecks,
Ensure Payroll Company has processed state and federal payroll tax deposits and
reports in a timely manner
Work with the Executive Director and the board to develop the annual budget
lnput annual budget into Accounting Software
lssue financial statements to the board and the Executive Director monthly
Calculate variances regarding the budget and report significant issues to management
reimbursements, insurance information and other financial records,
3 Assemble information for external auditors for the annual audit
Assists with special projects or does research as assigned.
Performs other duties as assigned by executive director and finance committee.
Monitor debt levels and compliance with debt covenants
The ideal candidate will possess at least an Associate’s degree in accounting or
Three to five years' related experience, or equivalent combination of education and
Knowledge of bookkeeping and generally accepted accounting principles.
Advanced knowledge and proficiency with Quick Books accounting software. The
ideal candidate must know how to run reports as well as import into Excel to
manipulate information as needed.
Experience working in the nonprofit setting
An outgoing and friendly personality
Ability to communicate with a diverse group of individuals
Strong organizational and time management skills
Acute attention to detail
Internal Number: 7734886600
About Teamwork Englewood
Teamwork Englewood convenes community organizations, businesses, and residents to bring about positive change in the Englewood community. We are a capacity builder that provides stakeholders with pathways to self-improvement through the connection to resources and experiences. Our main programs include: youth mentoring, reentry support services, public safety-(safe passage), workforce development, and youth sports.