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Staff Accountant

The Staff Accountant is responsible for assisting the Finance with daily accounting tasks, month-end closing, year-end closing, and the annual independent audit. A strong understanding of accounting is essential as well as proficiency in excel (VLOOKUPS, pivot tables, formulas). The Staff Accountant is also responsible for semi-monthly payroll using on-line software, coordinating benefit enrollments for new hires, and providing human resources support as directed. The Staff Accountant should be organized, detail oriented, and complete tasks with accuracy prior to submitting to the management.
Financial Transactions
• Review and commit daily pledges and cash application batches to the customer relationship management (CRM) database in accordance with internal procedures and controls
• Review and import weekly CRM posting summaries into the accounting software
• Review donor installment payments and monthly recurring credit card payments
• Review daily deposits for accuracy (GL code, date, amount) prior to posting to the GL
• Prepare weekly bank reconciliation and monthly investment account reconciliations
• Review weekly pledge report for accuracy of pledge amounts, open/closed status, etc.
• Enter all accounts payable invoices, and run checks once per week or more frequently as needed
• Create monthly tenant invoices and maintain accurate payment files of tenants
• Complete monthly balance sheet reconciliations
• Assist Controller with month-end close: Accruals, journal entries, GL account reconciliations and budget to actual analysis
• Assist Controller with year-end close and annual independent audit
Payroll
• Prepare and submit semi-monthly payroll
• Process check requests for payroll related deductions (donor advised funds, loans, 403b, FSA etc.)
• Complete worker’s compensation monthly report
• Conduct new-hire on-boarding, and answer routine questions regarding benefits
• Assemble new-hire packages and processes new-hire paperwork, (i.e. I-9 and State/Federal tax forms, etc.)
• Process all dependent changes, terminations, and waiver paperwork, beneficiary changes and other documents as needed
• Maintain confidential benefit and personnel information. Enter and update employment data into the accounting and payroll systems
• Create and maintain employment and benefit files
EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS
• Knowledge of general accounting principles
• Experience with balance sheets and reconciliation of general ledger accounts
• Problem solver with strong communication skills
• An ability to manage time and multi-task efficiently and proficiently within established deadlines.
• Self-starter who works well independently as well as contributes successfully within a team environment
• Understanding of personnel and organizational values of confidentiality
• Proficiency with Excel and Microsoft Office and a level of comfort with web-based software
• Must have access to a car and valid driver license
• Basic knowledge of employment laws a plus
• Bachelor’s degree in accounting with minimum of three years of experience performing accounting duties



Duration full-time
Benefits Medical, Medical & Dependent Care Flexible Spending, AFLAC, Vision, Dental, Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, AD&D, Vacation 403b, Sick Leave and Holidays
Ad Posted On 2021-05-03
Times this Ad has been viewed 61 times
Ad is posted for 30 days
Categories Other
Focus Other
Organization Name Blind AD
Job Location San Diego
San Diego, California
United States
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Application Instructions
Please send resumes directly to [email protected]
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