Little Mountain Neighbourhood House Society (LMNHS) has been an integral part of the Little Mountain/Riley Park for the past 40 years, providing free or low-cost social support programs for seniors, adults, families, children, and youth. Rooted in social justice values, we facilitate social connectedness and target our programs to the whole community. LMNHS provides social, educational, cultural, and recreational programs and initiatives that strengthen Neighbourhood life for a diverse group of community members.
The accounting and administrative clerk provides a full range of accounting and operational support services in a busy office environment. These services include bookkeeping (accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll), financial reporting, accounting server and database administration, and facilities housekeeping.
Reports to the Finance Manager.
Duties and Responsibilities
Accounting and Finance:
Process weekly accounts payable, petty cash reimbursement, accounts receivable, bank deposits, direct deposit, and bank reconciliation.
Input and reconcile monthly childcare fees; Retrieve the fee from the database and produce annual taxable childcare fee receipts.
Set up and maintain donor’s database list and keep track of charitable receipts and record the donation amount to relevant GL.
Input and retrieve financial data from accounting system as needed and assist in accounting related duties.
- Assist in developing and updating budget according to program needs.
- Assist in year-end audit.
Payroll and Benefit Administration:
process 3 payroll runs (hourly, salary, Sunset), ROE and affiliated MPP and BC targets submission as needed.
Calculate and enter vacation and sick leave data into spreadsheet to keep track of pay and benefit entitlements including retroactive pay as needed.
Duties and Responsibilities (continued)
- Performs a variety of administrative support duties including the following:
Provide front-desk and reception coverage during breaks, organize, and maintain the administrative and accounting files, research and arrange purchases, disposal of office equipment/furniture and repair of office equipment, Order and replenish program bus tickets and other work-related duties as assigned or as needed.
- Grade 12, plus accounting, commerce, or related post-secondary courses.
One (1) year recent related experience or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
- Intermediate/advanced skill in Excel and other Microsoft Office applications.
Working knowledge of ACCPAC accounting system an asset.
Willingness to take initiative, great ability to concentrate and pay attention to detail, prioritize to meet deadlines, and work effectively under pressure.
$23.62-$25.62 per hour, 35 hours per week, 100% employer paid benefits after 6 months and successful completion of probation period.
APPLICATIONS DUE by June 30, 2023, at 5pm. Please send cover letter and resume by email to Claudia, Finance Manager firstname.lastname@example.org