Bookkeeper
Description

Summary

The Bookkeeper is responsible for recording all agency financial transactions in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Under supervision and operational policies set by the Chief Financial Officer, the incumbent is responsible for annual goals and objectives, and basic fiscal management of the organization.


Essential Duties

  • Maintains accounting records in QuickBooks—preparing and entering transactions timely and recording adjustments, as needed, at month end and fiscal year end
  • Follow fiscal procedures within the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP)
  • Prepare internal monthly financial statements and other financial reports, as needed, in QuickBooks
  • Assist with annual agency-wide audit, gathering requested documentation
  • Process and upload time sheets using payroll company’s online portal
  • Assist with tracking fixed assets and other equipment as needed
  • Follow and support board directives, agency contract requirements, and established policies and procedures
  • Protect the organization’s legal interests and maintains its operations within the law
  • Promote HOPE, Inc. as the premier peer support organization to the behavioral health community and prospective funding sources
  • Liaison with other organizations, such as the RBHA, and various foundations and centers within the behavioral health community
  • Represent HOPE, Inc. in its business relationships with government agencies, community organizations, suppliers, competitors, professional organizations and similar groups
  • Perform other duties as assigned
Requirements
  • 3-5 years’ experience with full accrual bookkeeping required
  • Accounting education preferred
  • Non-profit accounting experience preferred
  • QuickBooks experience preferred
  • Effective oral and written communications skills
  • Attention to detail and organization skills
  • Must have a valid Arizona driver’s license and a reliable motor vehicle.
  • (Required) Peer - Individuals must have first- hand knowledge of a behavioral health condition or substance abuse issue, whether or not they received treatment or medication or identify as a family member of someone in recovery.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age per licensing requirements.