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Penn's Village

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Position: Volunteer Accountants (approximately 25 - 30 hours per month)

Supports: Treasurer and Executive Director

Penn's Village is part of a growing national trend, community-based organizations that link neighbor to neighbor so that older adults who may need a little assistance with everyday tasks can be connected, safe and active. Penn’s Village serves central Philadelphia; we are the first Village in the Philadelphia area. We are seeking one or two Volunteer Accountants to perform a variety of duties related to maintaining our accounting and member records.

The Accountant(s) will maintain the accounting records of the organization using the QuickBooks Online (QBO) applications and perform all necessary analyses and reconciliations. Primary duties include assisting the Treasurer and Executive Director with accounting duties to include:

Record member contributions and dues and other transactions, including expenses, in QBO

Perform banking functions as required

Maintain financial and other documentation

Using customized QBO reports and Excel extracts, analyze data and prepare reports for management

Perform other analyses, including developing information for matching grants, grant applications and other management information as needed

Prepare documents and financial information for the outside accountant annually

The responsibilities will be divided based upon the experience level and time availability of the volunteers selected. If divided, they may be split between bookkeeping/data input functions and analytical functions, with a higher level of expertise required for the analytical functions. A minimum of two years of Accounting experience and experience with QBO or other accounting system is required. Knowledge of Excel is required for the analytical functions. Strong organizational skills and an attention to detail are a must. The incumbent(s) can work from home and must have access to a computer with internet access. Timing is flexible with certain deadlines and should require approximately 25-30 hours per month for the two positions in total.

Contact Jane Eleey at jane@pennsvillage.org to volunteer. Please include a resume or information on relevant experience.

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About Penn's Village

Location:

201 South 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103, US

Mission Statement

Penn's Village is a community-based membership organization in central Philadelphia which assists older adults to live independently in their own homes by providing varying services and programs that increase social engagement through a network of volunteers.

Description

Penn’s Village has three goals:
-To help those growing older remain in their homes, comfortably and enjoyably, for as long as they’d like
-To provide select services to busy residents as they balance personal and professional responsibilities, and
-To help foster a spirit of neighborliness and community belonging.

Volunteers are vital members of the Penn’s Village team. Volunteer oportunities include service delivery, committee participation and engagement at many levels of the organization.

We have a variety of volunteer opportunities to suit different interests, skills, talents and schedules. There is no required time commitment.

All volunteers must permit Penn’s Village to perform a criminal background check. All volunteers who agree to transport members in their automobiles must also agree to a driving record check, and show proof of insurance.

Whether Volunteers have direct contact with members or assist behind the scenes they enhance the work of Penn’s Village and thus strengthen our community.

Penn’s Village welcomes and actively encourages an inclusive and diverse community of members, staff, Board of Directors and volunteers. Inclusiveness and diversity mean welcoming all and excluding no one because of age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, physical abilities, religious beliefs or political beliefs.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Accounting

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • 25 hours a month or fewer

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