Under the supervision of the VP, Operations & Government Relations, the Manager, Finance & Operations performs a variety of general accounting support tasks including A/R, A/P, maintaining records, provides administrative support to Board of Directors, and other general administrative duties.
About Southern California Grantmakers
Southern California Grantmakers (SCG) is a nonprofit regional membership association of philanthropists. Founded in 1973, SCG currently serves over 300 members who, together, represent the spectrum of philanthropy, including corporate foundations and giving programs, family foundations, private independent foundations, community foundations, public foundations, individual philanthropists, and government grantmakers. SCG provides extensive learning and networking opportunities for members, while using the power and breadth of these same organizations and individuals to serve as a voice for philanthropy in the region.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Karen Freeman, Vice-President, Operations & Government Relations, at Karen@socalgrantmakers.org
Essential duties and responsibilities:
Prepares all invoices for payment;
Maintains vendors’ financial information and files;
Maintains customer’s financial information;
Maintains accounting records;
Prepares monthly financial reports;
Maintains TRNA schedule;
Copy checks and place in envelopes for mailing;
Prepares billing invoices;
Record all checks and receivables according to established procedures;
Performs related general administrative duties;
All other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, abilities and skills:
Must have experience working in a nonprofit environment
Knowledge of and experience with QuickBooks
General ledger knowledge and experience
Detail oriented with high level of accuracy
Maintain strict confidentiality
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Minimum two years of bookkeeping/accounting experience
Experience serving as a finance manager in a nonprofit setting
Experience with QuickBooks
BA degree preferred but not necessary.