SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday 8am -4pm with overtime as needed.
FSLA STATUS: Exempt
JOB DESCRIPTION: Responsible for fiscal administration and operations of SSP
QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a bachelor’s degree in one of the following areas, Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration, prefer a minimum three (3) years’ experience in not-for-profit or public accounting, assisting not-for-profits or banking or other financial institutions; CPA preferred. Demonstrated experience with accounting/payroll software, including ADP, Sage, and Microsoft Office series. Management experience required.
JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for overall fiscal administration of staff in financial operations of SSP, a nine million dollar non-for-profit serving an eight-county region. This includes oversight of agency grants, contracts, program fees, and contracts. Work closely with the CEO to meet GAAP standards and maintain compliance with funding entities.
Assists the CEO in the preparation of the annual total agency operating budget and the operating budgets for each program
Provide timely and accurate written reports detailing financial status for all programs, funds, and grants including tracking of expenditures
Prepare and submit required financial reports for funding sources and review with appropriate director or coordinator
Prepares financial reports and internal program audits required for all funding entities
Coordinates and prepares for annual agency audits as required by agency policy, governmental regulations, and/ or other funding source organizations
Analyze financial statements, research issues, and make recommendations to the CEO
Regular analysis of program expenditures against budget and other indicators vital to decision making and anticipation of emerging issues
Prepares budget and financial portions of all grant renewals and new proposals, ensures appropriateness and accuracy of proposed costs, ensures compliance with fiscal policies
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and preferably one (1) year experience in not-for-profit or public accounting, assisting not-for-profits or banking or other financial institutions.
Proficiency with MS office / Abila Payroll /HR Manager / ADP preferred
Ability to demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness and monitor own work to ensure quality
Knowledge of Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and office equipment including fax machine, 10-key calculator, and copy machine is required.
JOB SUMMARY: The Staff Accountant is responsible for reviewing financial data and preparing monthly, quarterly, and annual reports. Coordinates funding source reports and works closely with the Finance Director and program directors to coordinate these resources in accordance with GAAP standards and maintain compliance with funding entities.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Coordinates and prepares for financial audits as required by agency policy, governmental regulations, or other funding source organizations including Foster Grandparents, and Area Agency on Aging. Prepare, enter and post Monthly and Annual journal vouchers and transfers Prepare Monthly Financial Statement(s) and review with Finance Director. Assists with planning and implementing changes in the accounting system. Regularly reviews entries to the general ledger to assure accuracy and compliance with established accounting principles and procedures
The Custodian will keep buildings in clean and orderly condition. Perform heavy cleaning duties, such as clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming. washing walls and glass, disinfecting tables and other surfaces, removing trash from each individual office. moving tables in cafeteria to clean floors or for special events. Service, clean, and supply restrooms with proper products. Follow proper procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment to prevent damage to floors and fixtures. Must be self-starter and work with minimal supervision.
• SSP services clients Madison and St. Clair counties in Illinois, through offices in Alton, Belleville and Granite City
• The Home Care Aide is responsible for assisting senior citizens in household management and personal care including the following.
• Follow the client’s written plan of care.
• Light housekeeping to include dusting, mopping, vacuuming, washing dishes, keeping the bathroom clean, helping clients clear clutter that may have accumulated, changing bed linens, laundry
• Monitor the client’s health and environmental changes, and report to the CCP Supervisor as required.
• Plan and prepare nutritious meals including special diets.
• Client transportation and escort so our clients may take care of their shopping or run any necessary errands. For those clients unable to get out on their own we also provide Shopping/Errands for them.
• Provide necessary receipts and documentation for shopping transactions
• Personal care, bathing, shampooing, skincare, nails care, etc.
• High School Diploma or GED CNA preferred
• Basic knowledge of home management skills
• Ability to work independently
• Highly motivated, honest, reliable, compassionate, responsible, cheerful and patient
• Must be able to bend, stoop, push, pull, reach, sit, and walk for periods of time
• Daily access to a vehicle, valid driver’s license and proof of insurance
• Travel from client home to client home
• Ability to successfully complete quarterly in-services