- A minimum 4 years’ experience in processing accounts payable, accounts receivable and cash receipts.
- A Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in accounting in a plus or equivalent work experience.
- Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with computerized accounting software; specific experience with MIP (Abila) Fund Accounting software and NetSuite, a plus
- Demonstrated experience with the design and creation and analysis of a variety of accounts payable and accounts receivable reports using accounting systems and report writers.
- Knowledge and understanding of general accounting principles applicable to the accounts payable and accounts receivable function is required
- Experience determining, verifying and resolving vendor account discrepancies
- Demonstrated experience prioritizing work assignments and balancing speed with accuracy to meet assigned deadlines
- Experience exercising judgment to differentiate between matters which can be handled on own initiative and those requiring supervisory assistance
- Experience analyzing errors and suggesting methods of correction (i.e., journal entries) subject to supervisor’s approval
- Proficient in MS-Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
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Girl Scouts are big thinkers, groundbreakers, and role models. Every day, Girl Scouts unleash the power of G.I.R.L. to make amazing things happen.
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- Girl Scouts has always emphasized the importance of being civically engaged.
- We’re introducing Girl Scouts of every age to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to help them see how they can actually improve the world!
- Girl Scouts offers to high school girls the Girl Scout Gold Award which represents the most prestigious award in the world for girls—and the most difficult to earn—and it’s only available to Girl Scouts.
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