The Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland seeks a full-time Accountant/Bookkeeper. We are a grassroots nonprofit that seeks to bridge the gap between hunger and health, serving four million meals side-by-side with health and wellness services every year. The ideal candidate for this position is innovative, hardworking, collaborative, and committed to nonprofit service. As a small organization operating in a very dynamic environment, flexibility and teamwork are essential. Employees are expected to work collaboratively to ensure organizational success. Position reports directly to the CEO.
Manage all aspects of day-to-day bookkeeping activities including but not limited to processing of A/R, A/P, and preparation of month-end bank reconciliations.
Prepare monthly account reconciliations and related month-end closing journal entries for all accounts, as necessary.
Process and pay all invoices in a timely manner, while managing daily cash flow requirements.
Deposit and record daily cash receipts in a timely organized manner.
Provide for all bookkeeping needs at special events and safeguard the handling of all financial transactions.
Prepare annual form 1099’s for vendors and outside service providers.
Prepare monthly financial statements, including an analysis of budget vs. actual and grant-specific financial reporting needs.
Maintain monthly financial spreadsheets for government emergency food contracts.
Assist the outside CPA with the month-end close, as necessary.
Coordinate the year-end audit and IRS form 990 filing with the outside CPA and external auditor.
Support the CEO, Treasurer, Finance Committee, and other staff to develop and analyze the annual budget.
Assist the Development Director and program managers to develop grant proposal budgets.
Maintain accounting policies and procedures and related systems of internal controls to ensure the integrity of all financial systems.
Serve as key interface with the bank and other financial institutions and be responsible for cash management, such as anticipating cash needs and transferring funds, to ensure sufficient cash flow.
Perform other duties and non-routine tasks as assigned.
Two or four year degree in accounting, bookkeeping, or equivalent experience.
3-5 years of work experience in an accounting and/or bookkeeping function.
Experience working in nonprofit multi-fund accounting, including experience tracking and reporting financial data for grants.
Experience with accounting software (MIP preferred) and QuickBooks including all normal accounting transactions, GL management, generating invoices, budgeting, and reporting.
Strong Excel skills.
Experience with coordinating and overseeing the annual audit process.
Attention to detail, communication, and problem solving are critical skills for success in this role.
Excellent benefits package available. Salary commensurate with experience. EOE. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.