CROSSOVER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Part-Time Volunteer Bookkeeper/Account Representative
Company: CROSSOVER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
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Location: PO Box 531, Dayton, Dayton, OH, 45401
Project Details

Cross Over Community Development is seeking a part-time volunteer bookkeeper/Account Representative. Cross Over Community Development (COCD) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that was established in 2016 to support immigrants and refugees in re-establishing high-quality lives for themselves and fully participating in the life of their new community in Dayton, Ohio.

Job Summary: The part-time volunteer bookkeeper/Account Representative will perform both accounting and administrative functions and will report to the Executive Director. Accounting functions include recording, classifying, examining, and processing and recording donations and receipts; accounts payable, wire transfers and payments; reconciliations; and preparing financial reports. Administrative functions include collecting and sending mail, recording incoming packages; depositing funds; managing organization purchases and the special request from volunteer groups; managing online accounts such as software, telephone, Internet, bank, etc.; filing monthly receipts, and managing the organization’s insurance policies.

Responsibilities:

Accounting duties include:

  • Process and record pledges, donations, and fees, as well as accounts payable transactions, to proper fund (classification) and general ledger account
  • Process payments to vendors and make wire transfers where necessary
  • Maintain bank account ledger, manage cash flow requirements, and reconcile bank accounts
  • Prepare monthly, quarterly, and yearly payroll tax forms and make necessary payments as required by federal and state law, and prepare W-2s at year end
  • Prepare financial statements, for the Treasurer and Board of Directors
  • Maintain complete and auditable historical financial records to support transactions and maintain a backup of any computer or electronic files
  • Assist in duties such as the development and preparation of the annual budget, preparing and distributing timely donation acknowledgments and year-end donor contribution statements
  • Administrative duties include:

  • Collect mail from the post office; record incoming packages; sort mail and packages
  • Send outgoing mail, including bulk mailings
  • Make bank deposit of incoming funds
  • Prepare reports for Executive Director, including bank, payments, funds, expenses, and deposits
  • Manage online accounts such as bank, telephone, Internet, software, etc.
  • Manage office insurance policies
  • Other duties include:

  • Perform any other duties as requested
  • Work with Board of Directors and committees to assist when needed as directed by Executive Director
  • General requirements

    REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 21
  • flexible
  • Category
    Board Development
    Community
    Skills Area
    Financial Auditing
    Office Management
    Program Management
    Accounting
    Bookkeeping