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Our Company Culture

We believe in transparency, communication, authenticity and teamwork. We encourage and support each other in all that we do. We foster the growth and success of all our employees. We are a team above all else, and it shows in all that we do.

 

“The people and the opportunities are the best things about working here. I enjoy being able to joke around with co-workers, seek out answers to my questions, and provide support where I can. Bookkeeping can be as boring or as fun as you make it!”

“The open communication and transparency between directors, management and staff [works really well]. Everyone supports each other and pitches in when necessary. It’s a true team.”

“It’s a very warm work environment where you are safe to ask questions, be treated as an adult, and be around people who want to see you succeed.”

“I like that we do shout outs to let each other know that we appreciate each other’s work because it is continuous positive reinforcement versus constant criticism. There is a time and place necessary for constructive criticism but Capital CFO+ also values giving good feedback, which is not always a common thing.”

“One thing that I like most about working for Capital CFO+ is working with our clients, they are all great in their own different ways and I love the challenge of working with each. I also love the environment of our workplace, it’s an incredibly healthy workplace and very supportive and understanding.”

Join Our Team

Become a part of our dynamic team. Careers with Capital CFO+ range from bookkeeping positions to Chief Financial Officers. We specialize in nonprofits and small to medium-sized entities.

Chief Financial Officer (PT or FT options available)

Capital CFO+ outsources bookkeeping and financial oversight services to small-to-mid-sized companies and nonprofits. The position is responsible for a roster of clients with flexible scheduling. Position is home office based with on-site work at client locations required.

Our experienced team of consultant CFOs is responsible for managing clients’ finances, including financial planning, management of financial risks, recordkeeping, and financial reporting. Our CFOs are also responsible for the analysis of data.

Duties:

  • Preparation and management of Financial Statements
  • Strategic Planning & Budgeting
  • Ensuring segregation of costs
  • Act as liaison and manage reporting and relationships with a company’s bank, insurance & external auditors
  • Partner Resource: navigate the process with and for our clients to make sure they are covered in all areas of their business.

Experience/skills needed:

  • 1-3 years’ experience as a CFO or controller required
  • Associate or bachelor’s degree in accounting
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • QuickBooks, desktop, and online required
  • Deadline-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Confidentiality in all interactions with clients
  • Time management with the ability to multi-task
  • Self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision

Pay rate: $30-$35/hr. depending on experience

Submit resume and cover letter to liz@capitalcfollc.com

Bookkeepers (PT or FT Options Available)

Capital CFO+ outsources bookkeeping and financial oversight services to small-to-mid-sized companies and nonprofits. The bookkeeper is responsible for recording the financial transactions of a client’s business (sales, receipts, purchases, and disbursements), and ensures the accuracy and creation of internal financial statements.
The Bookkeeper is responsible for a roster of clients with flexible scheduling, working on-site at client locations.

Duties:

  • Maintain the chart of accounts
  • Process invoices, and payments
  • Enter AP invoices and journal entries
  • Asset, liability, and capital account entries
  • Prepare and issue financial statements
  • Maintain an orderly accounting filing system
  • Document all financial transactions and enter account information
  • Assemble information for external auditors for the annual audit
  • Secure financial information by completing data base backups
  • Issue invoices and vouchers to customers/clients
  • Conduct periodic reconciliations of all accounts to ensure their accuracy

Experience needed:

  • Journal entry preparation and account reconciliations
  • Accounting and corporate finance
  • Knowledge of standard accounting policies, procedures, and the accounting cycle
  • Data entry management with reporting skills and proficiency in QuickBooks and MS Excel
  • Attention to detail and strong organization skills
  • Deadline-oriented and able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Confidentiality
  • Time management with the ability to multi-task
  • Complying with federal, state, and local financial legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions

Other:

  • Valid drivers license
  • Reliable transportation

Reports to: Director of Accounting
Status: Non-Exempt

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Childcare Business Training Implementation and Development Coordinator - Early Care and Learning Council

Job Description

The Childcare Business Training Implementation and Development Coordinator is responsible for developing a high-quality curriculum and training plan that supports the learning goals of the Business Specialists located within Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) agencies. They will develop and execute a training curriculum for the Business Specialists to ensure that they are prepared to deliver engaging, relevant, and accurate business training and intensive technical assistance for child care across the state. The Business Training Implementation and Development Coordinator will also plan professional learning community meetings and special events designed to enhance the business support services that CCR&Rs offer. The ideal candidate for this role has a passion for the business side of child care and enjoys thinking creatively about how to best meet the professional development needs of adults. Additionally, the ideal candidate has a strong background in adult learning, curriculum development, meeting planning and facilitation, and enjoys seeing others grow and flourish in their work.

Responsibilities
+ Develop annual professional development and training plan for business specialists at CCR&Rs. Work in conjunction with CCR&R Directors to assess and determine training needs. From there, establish a vision for what professional development will offer to the
CCR&R network on topics of child care business management and execute that vision.
+ Work with the ECLC’s training team to assist with updating Management Training curricula for child care directors.
+ Set training objectives; obtain training materials, present training/instruction to both groups and individuals, and evaluate training effectiveness.
+ Coordinate scheduling of training courses ensuring use of creative audiovisual, tactile, and other training aids.
+ Continuously study and apply adult learning theory, group process and training methods to instruct adult groups and individuals.
+ Prepare and facilitate all professional learning meetings on specific child care supply topics, such as Staffed Family Child Care Networks or Employer-Sponsored Child Care.
+ Support and mentor new employees in Business Support roles across the CCR&R network in New York.

+ Work with ECLC’s training team to appropriately input training curriculum, attendance and evaluation into the Aspire Registry and to groom an applicable group of business specialists to become certified trainers.
+ Manage training budgets.
+ Establish regular communication channels with CCR&R Business Specialists, such as newsletters, Slack, and office hours to maintain and promote positive community relationships.
+ Perform other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities.
+ Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training impact.
+ At least two years of experience working in an early childhood classroom or family child care and some experience with management of an early childhood program.
+ Ability to develop constructive and cooperative working relationships with others and maintain over time.
+ Strong understanding of adult learning through both formal education and work experience.
+ Strong oral and written communication skills.
+ Excellent organizational skills.
+ Ability to travel within New York State Educational Requirements.
+ Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field.
+ Master’s Degree preferred.
+ NYS TTAP-Credentialed trainer or willing to work toward credential upon hire.

Supervised By: This position reports to the Professional Development Director

Early Care and Learning Council (ECLC) is a statewide, not-for-profit membership organization that represents the 35 Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) programs across New York State.

ECLC works closely with the NYS Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to support and strengthen the capacity of CCR&R agencies by providing them with comprehensive services and supports. Since 1975, ECLC has taken a leadership role in improving the quality of early care and education in New York State.

ECLC is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We believe we are most effective when individuals with a wide range of backgrounds, experiences, identities, and differences come together with shared purpose. Bilingual (English/Spanish) and candidates from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

ECLC does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, business need and background check.

Senior Director of Programs and Services - Early Care & Learning Council

Summary of Position: The Senior Director of Program and Services primary responsibility is to oversee three key Director level positions. In addition, this position will work directly with New York State’s 35 Child Care Resource and Referral agencies (CCR&Rs) to build community relationships and implement creative solutions to address early childhood education opportunities. As a key member of ECLC’s Leadership Team, the Senior Director will work closely with both ECLC’s Strategy and Vision and Programs and Services departments. This will include direct oversight of the Director of Child Care Supply, the Director of Professional Development and the
Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB). This is a new position; the Senior Director will be instrumental in helping to shape the role.

Early Care and Learning Council (ECLC) is a statewide, not-for-profit membership organization that represents the 35 Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) programs across New York State. The CCR&Rs are on the front lines, providing direct assistance and support to parents, child care providers, and employers in their communities.

Salary: $110,000

Responsibilities: 
+ Supervise the Director of Child Care Supply, Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging and the Director of Professional Development.
+ Expand the work of the Business Navigator (being developed by the Strategy and Vision Department) by researching and continually gathering current information on businesses and child care economic development opportunities in all regions of the state.
+ Develop content for toolkits to help a variety of audiences (CCR&Rs, businesses, community groups, local governments) to increase child care supply and strengthen child care business practices, through a DEIB lens, in communities across the state
+ Ensure that DEIB practices and supports are a high priority with all child care business
+ Design and implement systems to support and maintain Community Coalitions addressing the importance of early childhood education
+ Oversee all program contract deliverables and associated budgets
+ Represent ECLC in various settings, including meetings with Economic Development Councils, State Agencies, CCR&Rs, advocates, media and conferences
+ Perform other duties as assigned

Requirements and qualifications: 
+ Master’s degree required, non-profit management, business, education administration, public policy, or related field. 

+ At least ten years of experience with non-profit leadership or human services executive leadership and in a supervisory capacity.
+ Proven experience working with NY State government agencies
+ Solid understanding of state and local government plans, programs and policies
+ Excellent communication skills and the ability to speak to a wide variety of audiences
+ Superior project management, organizational, teamwork and interpersonal skills including ability to successfully manage multiple projects
+ Sensitivity to issues relating to DEIB and ability to thrive in a multicultural environment. 
+ Ability to travel extensively within New York State. 
+ Demonstrated computer expertise with Microsoft Office tools, Google applications and email applications, and database systems.  

ECLC works closely with the Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to support and strengthen the capacity of CCR&R agencies by providing them with comprehensive services and support. Since 1975, ECLC has taken a leadership role in improving the quality of early care and education in New York State. Child Care Resource and Referral programs (CCR&Rs) are coordinating and planning agencies for local child care services. They provide support to child care providers, parents, businesses, and local governments. ECLC is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. ECLC does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, business need and background check.

Reports to Associate Executive Director of Programs and Services

Director of Infant Toddler Mental Health for Early Care and Learning Council

JOB SUMMARY
The Director will lead an innovative statewide early childhood mental health consultation project aimed at enhancing the capacity of the caregiver to support the emotional and cognitive development of infants and toddlers in their care. The Director is a licensed professional with proven leadership and training skills with early childhood and mental health experience.

Infant Toddler Mental Health Director leads professional development, onboarding, sustainability, and best practices training for a network of Infant Toddler Mental Health Specialists within 35 agencies across 7 regions of New York State. The Infant Toddler Mental Health Director works directly with the the Director of Research & Evaluation, the Regional Infant Toddler Resource Centers, and Infant Toddler Mental Health Consultants and Supervisors to implement and deliver a continuum of services that takes a developmental perspective and offers anticipatory guidance to enhance the capacity of the caregiver to support the emotional and cognitive development of infants and toddlers in their care. The Infant Toddler Mental Health Director is responsible for the strategic direction of the Infant Toddler Mental Health Project, including designing a protocol of care and trainings that position the Early Care & Learning Council and IT Regional Resource Centers as leaders in the emotional health and well-being of infants and toddlers.

Early Care and Learning Council (ECLC) is a statewide, not-for-profit membership organization that represents the 35 Child Care Resource & Referral (CCR&R) programs across New York State. The CCR&Rs are on the front lines, providing direct assistance and support to parents, child care providers, and employers in their communities.

Salary: $85,500

Responsibilities
+ Manage delivery of Professional Development for ITMH Specialists within 7 Regional Infant Toddler Resource Centers
+ Manage quarterly reports for the Infant Toddler Mental Health Initiative
+ Support the development of milestones and goals for project outcomes

+ Oversee and deliver training and technical assistance to IT Resource Centers
+ Expand a collection of infant/toddler mental health workshop curricula—for both onboarding and sustaining practice
+ Work in partnership with Infant Toddler Mental Health Consultants, and Child Care Providers to model and coach on appropriate support strategies for infants and toddler’s mental health and wellbeing
+ Assist in identifying needs, and provide guidance regarding appropriate protocol for therapeutic interventions; provides connections to information and formal sources of support within each community
+ Coordinate ECLC’s trauma work group
+ Coordinate the statewide Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) trainings that ECLC conducts with outside partner
+ Support and guide the state network of Infant Toddler Mental Health Specialists through the NYSAIMH Endorsement
+ Expand upon implementation tool kit that can be used at the regional level to create communities of support around Infant Toddler Mental Health
+ Contribute to the development of regional workgroups that focus on the mental health and wellbeing of Infants and Toddlers around the state
+ Develop written reports and papers that educate parents, providers and employers about the importance of infant mental health
+ Preparation of additional reports as needed, included those for funding sources and updates on contract or performance deliverables.
+ Contribute to the data analysis of ECLC’s Infant Toddler Mental Health Initiatives
+ Attend national trainings and conferences several times annually
+ Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements and Qualifications
+ Master’s degree in Counseling, Social Work or related field, minimum 5 years of experience, supervisory experience required
+ Professional License—LSW or related license
+ Early Childhood experience
+ Experience working across systems to develop comprehensive mental health care
+ Experience coordinating participation of various stakeholders to achieve agency vision
+ Knowledge of statewide infant mental health systems, policies, protocols and resources
+ Knowledge of child and family development; infant and toddler mental health and parent-child counseling techniques; and individual, play, family counseling techniques
+ Demonstrated training experience
+ Proven project management skills
+ Exceptional leadership skills
+ Exceptional Oral and Written communication skills
+ Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
+ Ability to travel extensively within NYS, occasional evening required

+ Proficiency in Spanish is a plus
+ ECLC’s office is based in Albany—remote work is an option—this search is open to qualified professionals residing anywhere in NYS, who are willing to visit the Albany office every 2-4 weeks.

Reports to the Associate Executive Director of Programs and Services

ECLC works closely with the Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to support and strengthen the capacity of CCR&R agencies by providing them with comprehensive services and support. Since 1975, ECLC has taken a leadership role in improving the quality of early care and education in New York State. Child Care Resource and Referral programs (CCR&Rs) are coordinating and planning agencies for local child care services. They provide support to child care providers, parents, businesses, and local governments.

ECLC is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. ECLC does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, business need and background check.

Finance Manager - Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce

Job Description

The Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce is looking for an experienced Finance Manager to join our team! The Finance Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day and yearly financial and accounting activities of the Chamber. As an operating 501(c)(6), it is preferred that applicants have experience in not-for-profit accounting, but this may not be required for the right applicant. The position will be part of a dynamic, hardworking, passionate team.

About the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce: “Big Enough to Serve, Small Enough Care.” The Chamber is dedicated to creating worthwhile experiences for its members. Between events, initiatives, and community involvement, we work hard to create value for our membership. We pride ourselves in being a part of the Rensselaer County Regional business community, and as our region continues to grow exponentially, our goal is to grow and develop with the changing landscape of the business community.

Responsibilities:
+ Oversee financial policies and procedures including but not limited to, accurate and consistent recording, and reporting of all financial maters including budgeting, external financial reporting, internal financial reporting, periodic and monthly reports to the Board of Directors.
+ Provide and be prepared to present financial reports for President, Board of Directors Treasurer, and Chair monthly and on an as needed basis.
+ Present workshops for Board of Directors on annual budget process.
+ Monitor and record daily financial transactions within the Chamber.
+ Responsible for timely payment of all invoices.
+ Provide reports on finances on a monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis.
+ Prepare all tax related forms and assist the designated Audit Firm in gathering necessary information to complete yearly financial statements and tax returns.
+ Primary liaison with banks, creditors, and all outside auditors.
+ Prepare monthly reconciliation for each bank account.

+ Act as custodian of petty cash and all chamber assets.
+ Make cash transfers between retained earnings and investment accounts to maintain proper balances.
+ Record all payments received.
+ Maintain employee personnel records and administer fringe benefits.
+ Verify and maintain all payroll, personnel, and related records.
+ Assist with registration for all chamber events and programs.
+ Keep detailed records of membership dues.
+ Post revenue for events.
+ Keep detailed records of event attendees & sponsorship.
+ Oversee information technology services, evaluate, and serve as primary contact for IT services. Work with IT contractors to create an IT plan for equipment upgrade plan.
+ Primary liaison with banks, creditors, and all outside auditors.
+ Attend weekly staff meetings.
+ Attend Chamber events as needed.
+ Responsible for other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
+ Bachelor’s Degree (BS/BA) in accounting, or related field or equivalent experience in accounting.
+ Minimum of 5 years of experience in accounting.
+ Strong qualitative, quantitative, and analytical skills.
+ Strong computer skills.
+ Previous experience working for a not-for-profit is preferred, but not required.
+ Ability to work effectively independently, and as a team to accomplish the Chamber’s goals.
+ Must be able to maintain high level of confidentiality.
+ Excellent organizational skills.
+ Excellent written and oral communication skills.
+ Experience in Quickbooks.
+ Experience in HubSpot is a plus.

Note: The Finance Manager works under the general direction of the President and is expected to pursue the established duties without detailed supervision. Duties and responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list, and this job might have other duties as assigned, necessary for the efficient functioning of the department and company. The company reserves the right to modify this job description, as needed.

Salary Range: $65,000-$70,000

Accounts Receivable & Revenue Data Processor for the United Way

Job Title: Accounts Receivable & Revenue Data Processor
Location: Albany, New York
Employment Type: Full-Time, Hourly
Hourly Range: $22-$26
Organization: United Way of the Greater Capital Region

About the Organization

United Way of the Greater Capital Region is a leading non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families in the Capital Region of New York. Our mission is to address critical community needs by connecting individuals, families, and communities with the resources and support they need to thrive. We are committed to making education and workforce development opportunities accessible to all, and we are seeking a passionate and dedicated Workforce Development Specialist to help us
achieve this goal.

Job Description

The Accounts Receivable & Revenue Data Processor is responsible for the timely and accurate posting of payments to either open receivables or recording revenue, collection of outstanding accounts receivable, creating dashboard reports, extracting data to produce reports, and ensuring appropriate accounting control procedures.

Key Responsibilities:
+ Process all payments in our StratusLive CRM system.
+ Generate pledges/invoices ensuring posting to the correct GL account.
+ Timely collection of outstanding receivables.
+ Create dashboard reports for internal teams and Executive leadership.
+ Extract data and produce reports used by internal and external customers.
+ Research and Resolve Accounts Receivable & Revenue accounting discrepancies and irregularities.
+ Assist in the monthly reconciliation of StratusLIVE data with Quickbooks accounting software data.
+ Assist in State Employees Federated Appeal (SEFA) reporting and compliance requirements.
+ Assist in the annual budget process as needed.
+ Prepare for annual audit and assist auditors as needed.
+ Complete special projects and tasks as requested by AR & Revenue Manager and CFO.

Qualifications:
+ Results oriented and personally accountable for expectations, timelines and measures.
+ Displays cognitive skills (written and oral communications, logic, judgment, teamwork, mobility, and manual dexterity).
+ Ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks, and meet project deadlines with a high degree of accuracy.
+ Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
+ Demonstrated ability to mediate or work with a group to reach consensus, effectively solve problems, make decisions or accomplish tasks.

+ Demonstrated ability to make sound and timely decisions in a disciplined and systematic manner by basing decisions on available information supported by an overall organizational or departmental goals and priorities.

Education and/or Experience:
+ Some college education (degree preferred) and 1-2 years in a billing department role
+ Basic understanding of computer software programs and applications designed for financial management.
+ Advanced skills in Microsoft Office products.
+ Experience with donor database/CRM and Quickbooks a plus

Benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance, 403(b) plan, PTO, Summer Fridays, Tuition Assistance

United Way of the Greater Capital Region Values & Work Environment:
This position is based at The Blake Annex, a vibrant community hub of like-minded mission- based organizations.

As an organization, we are guided by the following values:
+ Be radically candid and transparent
+ Lead with trust, gratitude, and humility
+ Commit to excellence
+ Take care of each other
+ Celebrate innovation
+ Consistently collaborate, learn, and grow

United Way of the Greater Capital Region’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. We are committed to embracing and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusive excellence. As an organization and community partner, UWGCR seeks to work collaboratively with members of ethnically/racially minoritized, international, LGBTQIA+, and disability communities as well as diverse gender identities, socioeconomic backgrounds, religions, and political beliefs, to create equitable and inclusive spaces and opportunities through intentional and impactful practices. We achieve this goal by addressing and combating systemic, institutional, and historical barriers. Collectively, we acknowledge that diversity, equity, and inclusion can only be achieved when we recognize, create space, and listen attentively to individuals from historically excluded groups as equal partners. Additionally, we strive to develop and implement policies and systems
grounded in antiracism. To this end, we commit to intentionally creating pathways for individuals of historically minoritized groups to be included in leadership, planning, and decision-making roles, including business opportunities with UWGCR and partnering institutions. We maintain that building, strengthening, and sustaining diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community and society requires an ongoing commitment that is fully expressed and supported in organizational culture, values, norms, policies, practices, and behaviors.

Bookkeeping Clerk with the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc.

Join our team in a job that is making a difference for nonprofits across New York State! The New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. (NYCON) is seeking a Bookkeeping Clerk to facilitate the daily operations of our busy fiscal department, working with other staff to meet accounts payable and purchasing responsibilities. Benefits include the opportunity to work partially remote, flexible schedule, health insurance and more. NYCON, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Summary: Responsibilities include adherence to company accounting procedures that conform to Board approved policies and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles; establishment and implementation of internal controls for local and regional offices; account payable management, general ledger maintenance of the books and records of subsidiary accounts; upkeep of depreciation schedules, and the coordination of other office operations such as building maintenance and purchasing processes. The position assists with the preparation of NYCON’s annual audit schedules and 1096/1099 annual tax forms. At all times, the highest standards of judgment, care, and confidentiality are maintained by NYCON accounting personnel.

Primary Duties/Responsibilities:
Accounts Payable Management
+ Ensure adherence to purchasing and cash disbursement policies and procedures.
+ Validate invoices received and identify program allocation in accordance with the organization’s approved budget.
+ Extract monthly Sales Force data related to personnel reimbursable expenditures.
+ Account payable creation for approved invoices into the accounting software.
+ Generate Invoice Register for supervisor review with analysis of expense allocation.
+ Generate Vendor Aging Schedule for supervisor review of checks to be paid based on cash flow availability.
+ Check disbursement as directed.
+ Vendor database management.
+ Vendor statement reconciliation.
+ Communication with vendors on outstanding balances.
+ Assist Accounting Manager with intercompany transactions of subsidiaries/custodial accounts for billing purposes.
+ Yearend preparation of 1099/1096 tax forms to the IRS.
+ Maintenance of Fixed Asset Schedules and associated depreciation.

Purchasing
+ Adhere to NYCON’s Board policies and procedures for purchasing on behalf of the organization including NYCON’s MWBE policy.
+ Adhere to procurement standards as defined by OMB circulars when applicable.
+ Secure bids for purchases as required by contractual obligations or when no such contractual requirements apply, bids are sought when the process is efficient, timely, cost effective, and in the best interests of NYCON.
+ Develop vendor relations locally and regionally and from time-to-time review existing contracts for service and cost and make recommendations for changes that would benefit the organization.
+ Work with the IT Administrator for technology-related purchases.

Other Responsibilities
+ Full charge bookkeeping responsibilities for affiliate, Board Strong, Inc.
+ Bank reconciliations as assigned.
+ Preparation of monthly cash flow report.
+ Reconcile Prepaid Expenses monthly.
+ Record and reconcile monthly postage, fax, and copier use.
+ Monthly print reports of the general ledger system for record keeping purposes.
+ File maintenance.
+ Assistance with preparation of NYCON’s annual audit.
+ Assistance with the development of annual budget.
+ Building maintenance coordination of services, following building code regulations.
+ Coordination of utility service and equipment repair as needed in consultation with the IT Administrator position.
+ Petty cash management/replenishment.
+ Assist with annual Camp Finance event.

Job Type: Full-time, 35-hour workweek

Qualifications: Accounting degree or 3-5 years’ experience in the field

Experience: Nonprofit organization experience desired; good working knowledge of Fund E-Z or other comparable nonprofit accounting software; proficiency in MS Word and Excel preferred; strong interpersonal written and oral communication, time management, high productivity, and organizational skills required.

Hourly Rate: $25

Benefits:
+ 403(B) retirement plan
+ Health insurance
+ Dental insurance
+ Flexible spending account
+ Paid time off
+ Paid Family Leave
+ Vision insurance
+ Life insurance
+ Long-term disability insurance

Supervisor: Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer

Submit Resumes

Send resume and areas of interest to liz@capitalcfollc.com

 

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