Part-Time Bookkeeper Position (Available Immediately)
Investor Advocates for Social Justice, a small, 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit, is seeking a part-time bookkeeper available to work in Montclair, NJ office for approximately 10-15 hours per month. Given the current public health situation, remote work will be explored and any necessary precautions will be taken. Responsibilities include: invoicing, preparing checks, processing deposits, preparing bank reconciliations for all of the checking and savings accounts, assisting with the preparation of the budget preparation of annual Form 990 filing, availability to answer questions related to the bookkeeping, accounting and tax preparation, preparing reporting for Board of Directors, and coordinating with payroll servicing as needed. All of the transactions will be done using Quickbooks Non-Profit desktop edition. Experience in non-profit accounting required.
About Investor Advocates for Social Justice
Investor Advocates for Social Justice (IASJ), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization representing investors with faith-based values who seek to leverage their investments to advance human rights, climate justice, racial equity, and the common good. On behalf of our Affiliates, we engage companies to address strategic environmental, social, and governance issues and advocate for change. IASJ uses a variety of shareholder advocacy strategies to encourage corporations to adopt more ethical and sustainable business practices and believes in seeking out and building collaborative partners who share similar goals, in an effort to increase the effectiveness and impact of our work. Founded in 1975, formerly known as the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment, we have over forty years of experience with shareholder advocacy and responsible investment.
Interested applications should send a cover letter and resume to Mary Beth Gallagher, Executive Director, at email@example.com. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
IASJ is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people of color, women, LGBTQ, and people with disabilities to apply.