The Program and Projects Treasurer will assist our Board of Directors to accomplish its program mission to raise the quality of life for Disadvantaged Individuals, Families, and disenfranchised and neglected communities. You will assist with our accounting and billing for our Program Funds. This is a great opportunity and position for a person seeking to further their experience in finance, program budgeting, and working with program participants. This is a great position for an experienced financial retiree, teacher, or a Junior or Senior level college student needing direct experience. We are also willing to train first experience individuals in our program.
Business, Finance, and Accounting students are encouraged to apply. Must enjoy working with numbers and accounting. Must be public trustworthy, open, humbly teachable and willing to learn the corporation and its regulations. You will learn FASB and GAAP accounting standards and work with Sage and or QuickBooks software accounting systems. There may be some optional travel. When the office is restore to operation-post COVID, you must provide your own transportation to the office when scheduled.
Expenses incurred in performing your duty may be stipend upon board approval and available funding. We are located in North Omaha. There is no set schedule; however the applicant volunteer must be dependable, Must have an aptitude to meet Finance-billing, annual accounting, and funding application deadlines. We are seeking someone who is dedicated to our mission.
NATIONAL HEALTH CRISIS: COVID 19-and related COVID conditions. NCODE Inc is currently operating virtually at this time, and some program activities are suspended until further notice. NCODE is committed to a safe environment for our volunteers and has COVID policy and PPE procedural requirements. These procedures are subsequent to our national health crisis and until further notice. NCODE office(s) is not accepting unscheduled visitors, unscheduled volunteers without prior COVID security arrangements. If you have any questions about helping us to fulfill volunteer opportunities, do not hesitate to email us or call directly. We look forward to you joining our mission.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About NATIONAL COMMUNITY OF THE DISADVANTAGED ENRICHMENT, NCODE INC
PO BOX 11714, REGIONAL FIELD/ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE, OMAHA, NE 68111, US
The relief of poverty, distress, to increase the quality of life of individuals and their communities, restore dignity, increase social participation, spiritual, and emotional support of the Disabled, Elderly, under-served populations of Disadvantaged poor, and Veterans-Disabled, despite any economic, geographic, social class barriers, limitations or fixed income program restrictions. Increase hope, fellowship, and assistance to assisted persons, field (workers) ministers, and ministries which assist disadvantaged under-served deserving persons.
NCODE Inc, as we are known today, was inspired on thanksgiving day in 2004 in Rowan County, North Carolina, and developed and incorporated in 2005. We began a small field ministry and mobile mission to address the needs of the needy. After our corporate pilot projects and programs to combat poverty were successful with our" Boots on the ground" strategy, we proceeded to formalize a national program. In 2019, with the help of today's technology, our charity is motivated to move forward to launch our national program. Our goal is to reach and respond to as many deserving and disadvantaged individuals and families through our programs,
Our board has a unique and special national program and we are seeking special, concerned, and gifted volunteers in Nebraska, North Carolina, and virtually throughout the USA and USA territories. Our mission is to reach into the lives and hearts of many deserving and disadvantaged persons to become program participant-volunteers in our interactive self-enrichment programs and projects.
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We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.