Key Accountabilities Accounting duties will include: •Independently prepares and processes all accounts payable, deposits and accounts receivable, including issuing checks weekly. •Reconciles all asset and liability accounts, excluding bank accounts, identifying and correcting errors on a monthly or more frequent basis. Prepares account reconciliations and journal vouchers on a monthly basis, for monthly review by CFO. •Prints monthly reports for the Project Leaders on each of the more than 50 funded programs of The Kohala Center, including budget-to-actuals and income statements and prepares monthly billing at the direction of the CFO. •Under the direction of the CFO, assists with preparation of financial reports for the ED on a monthly basis, and the Board of Directors on a quarterly basis. •Gathers effort reports and timesheets from all employees and enters bi-weekly payroll into ADP and CYMA. •Reconciles Corporate American Express accounts. Administrative Support functions will include: •Serves as the primary Administrative Support person to the CFO, and as part of the three-member administration team for The Kohala Center, assumes other administrative and support functions as deemed necessary. •Under the direction of the CFO, prepares for the financial aspects of annual audits, including those to A-133 standards. •In collaboration with CFO, proposes improvements to fiscal policies and procedures. •Receives and processes all travel requests from staff and from program partners. Required Qualifications and Experience •Bachelor’s degree preferred. •Three years nonprofit bookkeeping experience required. •Strong knowledge of Excel, Word, Filemaker Pro, and a multi-fund accounting software package, such as CYMA, preferred. •Strong verbal and written communications skills required. •Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, highly professional environment required. •Detail orientation and accuracy required. •Customer service orientation required. Working Conditions •Work is performed in an office setting. •Part-time, 32-hours per week, 9:00am-5:00pm: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. •Some minimal travel may be required from time-to-time for training and career development, generally to Hilo or Kona.