Bookkeeper/Accountant (Nonprofit/Corporate) - Corporate F.A.C.T.S., Inc - Plymouth

Do you have strong attention to detail, enjoy preparing financial statements, and are familiar with the needs of non-profit and for-profit organizations?

About Us

Corporate F.A.C.T.S., Inc. provides high-impact financial, strategic and training solutions.

Started in 2002, Corporate F.A.C.T.S. (C-FACTS) is a minority and woman-owned strategic planning and financial advisory firm that helps clients build strong, vibrant communities. We specialize in neighborhood investment planning, organizational program design and assessment, real estate financing and financial management. 

About the Role

Work in a fast-paced, highly demanding community development environment under the Outsourced Financial Officer's supervision assigned to the non-profit.  

The ideal candidate should have excellent attention to detail, multitask, handle daily accounting activities by preparing financial statements, tracking and reporting on activity, grant management experience, and experience with problem-solving. 

In this role, you will:

  • Process accounts payable transactions, including assigning appropriate account codes, general ledger transactions, communicating with vendors, and processing checks. 
  • Process cash receipts transactions, including a tally of cash collections, preparation of bank deposits, entering receipts into the accounting system. 
  • Processes payroll, including timesheet collection, transmitting data to payroll service, preparing and entering journal entries into the accounting system.   
  • Maintains finance files and records for accounts payable, deposits, and grant billings.  Ensure all transactions are well documented.
  • Prepares monthly grant/contract billing requests.  
  • Prepare construction draws. 
  • Assist with preparation and requested activity for annual audit. 
  • Track all related expenses and apply to grant utilizing QuickBooks.
  • Submit all required grant reports by required due dates.
  • Prepare monthly internal data tracking reports.
  • Review and follow up on any grant issues in the grantor’s system, including past due invoices.
  • Upload files to SharePoint or another electronic filing system.  
  • Identify and develop strategies to optimize processes. 
  • Review of monthly activity for accuracy and evaluate changes. 
  • Work independently. 
  • Reconciliation of balance sheet accounts.

About You

The ideal candidate should have excellent attention to detail, multitask, handle daily accounting activities by preparing financial statements, tracking and reporting on activity, grant management experience, and experience with problem-solving. 

  • Solid understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, particularly in the non-profit sector. 
  • Excellent organization skills.
  • Project and time management experience and skills.
  • Ability to work at home office without supervision and utilize technology to work with team.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office tools and Office 365.
  • Proficient in QuickBooks. 
  • Ability to problem-solve.

To Apply

Please submit your resume via our online job portal here - thanks!