Do you have time to help SharePoint Credit Union? We invite community-minded members interested in volunteering their time and talents to consider being on our Supervisory Committee. It is an opportunity for professionals to share their experience and expertise to help shape SharePoint’s future. The Committee consists of members of varying accounting and financial backgrounds. Please visit our website to submit a form of interest for consideration for this position. Learn more at sharepointcu.com/applications/supervisory-committee-form-of-interest.
Posted: Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Financial coaches are trained on coaching techniques and financial topics. Then, they meet one-on-one with low- to moderate-income individuals to assist in developing the skills needed to increase long-term financial capability.
July + August 2021
Financial coaching is a personalized process that helps participants take action to reach their financial goals. Financial coaches don’t offer direct advice on financial issues; instead they offer support, resources, and encouragement to guide participants to their own answers. The key roles of a financial coach are to empower and hold participants accountable for their financial decisions and actions and to focus on behavior change while recognizing the material, mental, and emotional challenges that go along with tackling financial goals.
Please read the full financial coach position description to learn about core responsibilities and the overall timeline and commitment.
May + June 2021
September 2021 through August 2022
- Complete 20 hours of training. Training will be a combination of virtual (via Zoom) and socially distant, in-person sessions.
To apply visit: prepareandprosper.org/volunteer.
- Volunteers commit to approximately eight (8) hours per month.
- Coaches will work with up to four (4) participants per month and participate in ongoing coach training and group sessions.
- Money Mentors is a participant-centered program. Coaches will work directly with their participants to determine meeting schedule and format (virtual and/or in-person).
- Location of Money Mentors will include a combination of virtual (via Zoom) and socially distant, in-person sessions. In-person sessions will be held at the P+P office in Saint Paul.
Posted: Wednesday, May 05, 2021
If you have a background in bookkeeping/accounting, St. Vincent de Paul – Twin Cities could use your valuable skills to assist us in the important and interesting role of Bookkeeper. This position administers all our day-to-day financial tasks, including accounts payable (validating amounts, tracking and paying as due), processing payroll (for a staff of approximately 25 full and part-time employees), and conducting bank account management and reconciliation tasks.
To fit well in this role, you should have at least a fundamental understanding of accounting concepts and rules, with previous practical experience as a bookkeeper or staff accountant, particularly in a retail environment. Additionally, familiarity with Quickbooks online and/or experience in the non-profit sector would also be helpful. The hours may vary depending on the pace of our financial cycle, but probably 5 to 10 hours a week should be sufficient. Also, working (mostly) offsite can be accommodated, through our online system. This position reports to the Executive Director and interfaces with the Treasurer.
- Record day to day financial transactions and complete the posting process.
- Reconcile sales taxes, payroll taxes, 401k, and bank accounts at the end of each month.
- Monitor financial transactions and reports.
- Process accounts payable and restricted and unrestricted donations.
- Process checks.
- Understand ledgers.
- Work with an outside accountant when necessary (annual audit).
- Handle bi-weekly payroll process using payroll service/software.
If interested or need additional information, please contact Patrick Kaiser at 612-723-3726 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more visit http://www.svdpmpls.org/.
- A degree in accounting or business administration.
- Knowledge of general accounting principles.
- Familiarity with bookkeeping software.
- Recent bookkeeping experience, preferably within a business-services environment.
- Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
- Strong aptitude for detail and accuracy in work.
- Experience with accounting software such as Quickbooks.
- Familiarity with and understanding of financial statements and financial reporting.
Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2021