General Ledger Lead

Reports to: Executive Director

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop financial reports and other reports as requested by the Executive Director
  • Manage all financial and performance audits
  • Perform all accounting: bank deposits, accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger posting, account reconciliation and coordination of all financial information.
  • Manage and coordinate all computer, telephonic and other communication vendors
  • Work with the Scholarship/IDA Coordinator regarding the financial elements of all events including logistics, contracts, and payments.
  • Work with Economic Development leads to provide disbursement checks and reports for small business grant programs.
  • Process and maintain all membership information as well as invoicing and membership dues receipts
  • Manage the financial operation of the organization
  • Manage event financials including sponsor invoicing, payments to suppliers and financial reporting
  • Manage relationships with employee benefits providers such as health & dental insurance, and savings plans for the organization
  • Support Executive Director or Program Leaders in talent search including posting current openings in various platforms and documentation needed for onboarding new employees
  • Manage all insurance and licensing requirements for the organization and contracts the organization undertakes
  • Perform time cost billing for monthly services on contracts
  • Manage the annual filing of Form 990
  • Other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications:

  • Experience in bookkeeping and database management (QuickBooks)
  • Experience preparing financial information and reports
  • Experience in Project Management
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills in English.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred but not required
  • Demonstrated effectiveness working with diverse people and organizations.
  • Ability to take initiative and prioritize tasks using time-management and problem-solving skills
  • A strong sense of personal integrity and professionalism. Candidates’ histories must be impeccable in terms of honesty, fairness, and overall integrity.

Education: Applicants should have a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree, preferably in Accounting. A Masters’ degree in accounting and/or business is preferred.

Starting Range: $60,000 depending on experience

For more information contact: Carmen G. Castro, Executive Director at ccastro@hmccoregon.com