Summary: This is a part-time Accounting Staff position with the opportunity to become full-time at a non-profit organization providing housing, adult education and food assistance. The successful candidate will assist the Operations Manager track budgets and restricted funds for private and public grants, as well as assist in the preparation of financial and billing reports. Additional duties include assistance to the Bookkeeper and Donor Receipting staff.
Key Duties: Assisting with operational and grant budgets, cost and variance analyses, allocation of overhead expenses, cash management, Audit work papers, Federal Single Audit Schedules, review of monthly financial and billing reports, and compilation of grant performance reports.
Reports to: Operations Manager
Exempt Status: Nonexempt
Attendance: 20 hours depending on deadlines.
Disclaimer: The list of job duties is not exhaustive and may be revised from time to time, based on business needs
Qualifications: Proficiency with QuickBooks Reports and Advanced Excel skills (i.e. Pivot Tables, Lookups ).
Education: Accounting degree preferred.
Highly Desired Qualities: A commitment to serve the needs of others. A knowledge of Federal, State and County Level Programs for Homelessness/Housing, Adult Education and Food Security Programs at the is highly desirable. A knowledge of Federal Register for HUD and DOE Grants
Physical Demands: Must be able to remain in a stationary position for 80% of the time. Constantly operate computer and other office equipment including copiers and printers. Occasionally ascend/descend stairs and position self to access financial records.
About Keystone Opportunity Center, Inc.:
The mission of Keystone Opportunity Center is to help community members in need by offering a comprehensive array of social services that educate, encourage and empower them to become self-sufficient.
Partnership: building relationships with clients and the community as we work toward our common goals
Respect: treating others and each other as we hope to be treated
Excellence: providing services and management
Openness: adapting to change
Keystone’s(KOC) staff collaborates with hundreds of volunteers to:
* House the Homeless in Bucks and Montgomery Counties providing a continuum of support from Homelessness Prevention, to Emergency and Transitional Shelter, and ultimately to Permanent Housing with case management across the board to help our families successfully maintain wholesome, safe housing.
* Feed the Hungry operating a food pantry serving hundreds of neighbors from across the Souderton Area School District dealing with food insecurity.
* Educate Adults including Parents and their Children from ESL and GED to parenting and citizenship, Keystone helps participants learn how to manage life situations in positive ways.