Womankind works with survivors of gender-based violence to rise above trauma and build a path to healing. Whether our advocates are working with clients on their individual healing, fighting for their right to language access, facilitating family legal or economic empowerment help, or marching along with peer organizations to ensure equitable access to immigration, housing and healthcare solutions, Womankind brings critical resources and deep cultural competency to help Asian communities find refuge, recovery, and renewal. We work with survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual violence across the lifespan. While we focus on the underserved Asian immigrant community, we welcome all survivors. Womankind offers a 24/7 helpline, counseling and case management services for survivors and their children, emergency residential housing, immigration and family legal services, and other support services.
With a $6 million annual budget and offices across 6 sites, Womankind is seeking an Accountant to support our payroll, reporting, and financial administrative needs.
- Maintain general ledger, prepare journal entries, perform cost allocations
- Manage admin office petty cash funds and daily cash activities, assess daily cash availability vs needs.
- Execute monthly payroll activities, manage online and paper timesheets, maintain Paychex database, prepare salary allocation and update the monthly timesheets according to the funding changes.
- Work with Director of Finance in preparation of year-end closing, annual audit, government audit and worker’s compensation audit, prepare balance sheet accounts analysis; prepare and post journal entries including monthly salary journal as needed.
- Administer online Premium TransitChek program, 403b and health insurance employee distribution and client metro cards distributions, client emergency grants, and agency cell phones.
- Timely preparation monthly and quarterly claims and reports for all government and private funders; work closely with assigned funding agencies to collect grant monies; assist Director of Finance in contract management and budget developing.
- Answer staff questions regarding fiscal matters and ensure procedures are followed; produce monthly expense reports to program supervisors.
- Process credit card donations online; reconcile event income with development dept; prepare invoice to donors upon request.
- Maintain fiscal records and vendor contracts; assist in processing service contracts and insurance policy renewals and inquiries for certificate; handle other fiscal clerical tasks as needed.
- Knowledge of coding the Request for Expense Forms and prepare payment vouchers for all the invoices and input to the accounting system and prepare the checks and filing.
- Record Accounts Receivable, including preparation monthly invoices and maintain customer and vendor record.
- Prepare annual 1099, 5500 and 1095C filing.
- Monitor and resolve bank issues, upload positive-pay and perform bank reconciliations.
- Other fiscal duties/projects as assigned by Director of Finance or Executive Director.
- Bachelor’s degree required, CPA preferred;
- Minimum3 years in the field of accounting with strong knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Non-profit sector and grant accounting experience is strongly preferred
- Ability to work independently and handle multiple tasks; reliable and organized
- Proficient in using accounting software Fund E-Z and MS Excel and MS Word
- Good writing and communication skills
- Ability to speak Mandarin/Cantonese is a plus
Level of Language Proficiency
Ability to speak Mandarin/Cantonese is a plus
Minimum Education Required