St. Aloysius Orphanage
Job Title: Bookkeeper, Part-time
St. Aloysius Orphanage is committed to the Sanctuary Model® for its philosophy of treatment and organizational management. Sanctuary® is a trauma-responsive method in which safety, recovery, healing, and growth occur for both clients and staff.
The Bookkeeper basic function is to perform general accounting duties as directed by the Director of Finance and assistance with various processes within the finance department as needed.
A Bachelor’s degree in a accounting or finance is preferred but not required. A minimum of five years experience in accounting / bookkeeping and payroll is required.
Knowledge of basic accounting and payroll functions is required.
At least five or more years work experience in accounting, bookkeeping and payroll is essential.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Applications is required and familiarity with Accounting and Payroll software applications is expected. Experience with GP13 and Paycor is desired.
Strong communication skills are needed and ability to work with both billing and accounting staff is necessary; attention to detail is essential.
Duties and Functions:
Responsible for reconciling and balancing various general ledger accounts
The preparation of various statistical, financial, accounting and audit reports
The preparation of general ledger entries
To provide assistance with the accounts receivable collection’s function
To provide assistance with the bi-weekly payroll function
Assist with the accounts payable function as needed
To perform general office administrative duties as directed
To perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance
St. Aloysius Orphanage is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Title: Director of Finance
A Masters degree is preferred, Bachelor’s degree in business or related field (i.e. Accounting, Finance, etc); CPA status desired, plus 5 to 10 years experience of accounting/finance with prior staff management experience leading a finance department. Experience managing the entire spectrum of finance and accounting issues in a non-profit environment. Direct experience in 3rd party reimbursement with demonstrable understanding of compliance rules and regulations.
Extensive knowledge of Medicaid and 3rd party reimbursement issues. Demonstrated understanding of audit processes both internally and externally for a finance department. Demonstrated knowledge of accounting practices. Demonstrated experience in budget preparation.
Strong analytical, quantitative, problem solving, technical and oral and written communication skills. Good interpersonal communication and ability to work with treatment staff and individuals of different socio-economic and diverse backgrounds. Advanced skills using Microsoft Excel with working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. Able to develop and maintain a process of identifying, measuring, accumulating, analyzing, preparing, interpreting and communicating financial information to be used to plan, evaluate and control the agency’s resources.
The Director of Finance has overall responsibility for managing all components of St. Aloysius fiscal activities including the General Ledger, Subsidiary Journals, Collections, Budgeting, and Internal and External Reporting of all financial matters.
Duties and Functions
Supervises Finance Department staff to ensure all entries and transactions are accurately and timely posted to enable management reporting and effective decision making.