The Spruce Peak Arts Financial Manager has primary responsibility for the accounting operations of the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center including entering invoices, making journal entries, generating checks, projecting cash flow, reconciling bank and general ledger accounts, reporting sales tax, producing month-end and year-end reports, coordinating year-end review and 990 preparation with CPA firm, and assisting the Executive Director with budget development. This position is part-time, 16 to 20 hours/week, year-round. This position can be remote 50-75% of the time depending on the candidate.
- Responsible for Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center Foundation weekly and monthly cash flow analysis, month end reports (budget to actual, budget summary, historical cost analysis etc.), payroll processing and forecasting, and financial statements.
- Prepares schedules for annual external CPA review (or audit) and 990 tax form.
- Manages the general ledger reconciliation process and the associated reporting requirements
- Prepares and enters appropriate journal entries
- Maintains event daily sales tracking file, prepares and files monthly Sales Tax reports.
- Generates cash flow, actuals to projection and other reports as necessary for business operations on weekly basis
- Working knowledge and regular review of office procedures as outlined in the SPPAC Accounting Procedures Manual.
- Prepares annual budget in collaboration with the Executive Director.
- Assists Executive Director/Director of Administration with employee benefit plans/payroll.
- Creates a variety of amortization schedules as required.
- Carries out various special projects, investigations and inquiries as requested by Executive Director.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or equivalent experience
- Experience with non-profit accounting and Fast Fund Accounting Software is desired.
- Proven record of performing and documenting account reconciliations.
- Fixed Assets, Deferred Revenue, and Depreciation/Amortization Accounting knowledge and experience.
- Advanced skills with Microsoft Office applications, e.g. excel.
- Flexible schedule. Some weekends and evening work may be required.
- Visual acuity necessary to prepare and analyze data and figures, for accounting, for transcription, for computer terminal use, for extensive reading,
- Ability to perform sedentary work (defined as exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.; sedentary work involves sitting most of the time, and requires walking or standing only occasionally).
- Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
To apply please send cover letter, resume, and 3 work references to Hope Sullivan, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.