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* Accounting Assistant

Job Opportunities

Appleseed Community Mental Health Center is seeking a full-time, 40 hour per week Accounting Assistant position. The Accounting Assistant works under the direct supervision of the CFO performing accounting duties related to the reporting of ongoing operations of the agency and its employees. The successful candidate will utilize discretion and judgment to ensure agency policy and procedures are followed, accurate financial reports are achieved, and oversight and audit of all grant reporting is completed. Additionally, this position be responsible for payroll and related benefit transactions, maintain payee accounts as well as record revenues and expenses. This position is responsible for operating all assigned accounting functions within the dictates of generally accepted accounting principles, in an accrual based system.

 

Education & Experience

  • Associates degree in Accounting desired
  • Proficient in Office – Word and Excel
  • Knowledge of Accounting principles
  • Experienced in GL, payroll, accounts payable, and account reconciliations
  • Familiarization with Sage 50 accounting software
  • Ability to work well with others

 

Benefits

  • Competitive compensation
  • Medical /dental /vision/basic life insurance
  • 10 accrued vacation days
  • 3 personal days
  • 8 accrued sick days
  • 8 paid holidays
  • 403b with retirement match

 

If you are interested in joining our team of professionals, please forward your resume and a cover letter to kmcculley@appleseedcmhc.org. We look forward to hearing from you. Appleseed Community Mental Health Center, Inc. is committed to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all people. Employment decisions are made based on each person’s performance, qualifications, and abilities. The Agency does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

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