BARREN RIVER AREA SAFE SPACE, INC.
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
The person in this full-time position is responsible for all the agency’s financial record keeping. Bookkeeping system must meet the requirements of various funding sources, reflect standards as adopted by the Board of Directors, undergo annual monitoring audits by the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and other funders, and be subject to review and audit by an independent certified accountant. The person in this position, in consultation with the Executive Director assists in maintaining the financial integrity of the agency, and is under supervision of the Executive Director.
- Assist in all eBay related activities including preparing invoices, packaging, shipping, receipt, and maintain accurate records,
- Maintain a complete, accurate, transparent, and timely record of all receipts and expenditures of the agency.
- Maintain appropriate documentation and related information for each funding source to assure that all monies are spent in accordance with required guidelines and time frames
- Prepare payment for all vendors in timely manner
- Inform vendors of agency non-discrimination policy
- Submit billing and documentation on a monthly basis
- Maintain accurate records on all volunteer hours in accordance with funding sources
- Prepare monthly, quarterly, and annual budget reports for submission to all funding sources
- Maintain various files related to budgeting and funding
- Assist the ED in preparing requests for funding, grant applications, and other projects related to revenues and expenditures
- Prepare financial records for annual audit and all grant related compliance for site visits
- Perform all duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Finance Administrator
(Full time) ADDITIONAL JOB DUTIES
- Prepare and complete labor distribution spreadsheets
- Review Personnel Activity Reports in accordance with funding requirements and coordinate any corrections needed.
- Process payroll and maintain all required records.
- Complete all 1099 forms each year to distribute to vendors.
- Maintain inventory of all office supplies and contact vendors when needed.
- Complete all grant documentation records including copies, processing payments, and filing check stubs
- Maintain balance sheet of all cash donations and checks received.
- Serve as the third party for the agency checks and balances system for all financials
- At least 18 years of age
- High School Diploma or equivalent GED
- Bachelor’s Degree (including in progress) in accounting, office administration, or related field
- Knowledge of computer technology, and ability to utilize accounting related computer software
- Attend recommended trainings and continuing education
- Commitment to Standards for State Funded Spouse Abuse Centers (905 KAR 5:040) and the KCADV Member Program Service Standards
- Valid driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance
- Submit to a criminal background check
TO APPLY, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME BY NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 4, 2018 TO:
ATTN: TORI HENNINGER
P.O. BOX 1941
BOWLING GREEN, KY 42102
AmeriCorps Economic Empowerment Corps FT Position
The Economic Empowerment Corps has two areas of focus; 1) economic empowerment and 2) youth empowerment. Members can serve in one role, or a blended role according to the service site’s needs.
Position: Economic Empowerment Specialist
Economic empowerment specialist will provide a comprehensive array of services aimed at helping survivors become economically self-sufficient. They will help survivors find housing, employment, pursue an education, and even purchase homes. The empowerment specialists will offer financial education classes and credit counseling, enroll survivors in Individual Development Accounts (IDAs), help them get credit reports and sign up for micro loans. Economic Empowerment Specialists will:
- Provide financial education classes, credit reports and one-on-one credit counseling
- Help survivors open Individual Development Accounts (car, classic or matched savings)
- Help survivors obtain micro loans
- Help survivors apply for emergency assistance, public benefits and other social services
- Help survivors find transitional or permanent housing and help survivors apply for housing assistance
- Teach job-readiness classes
- Recruit volunteers to assist with tax preparation, financial education classes and other shelter-related services
- Assist with KCADV’s evaluation of the Economic Empowerment Program
Essential functions (with or without accommodations):
* Education or experience in related fields
*Ability to communicate orally and in writing
*Ability to work effectively and interact well with others
*Ability to use a computer and other office machines (telephone, fax machine, copier, calculator, etc.)
*Have reliable transportation (some travel may be required)