The Administrative Office houses the Finance, Resource Development, Human Resource, Volunteer Services, Grant Management and Executive offices for Outreach Community Ministries and its divisions: The Outreach Community Center, Wheaton Youth Outreach, Warrenville Youth and Family Services, York Community Resource Center and the Outreach Community Counseling Centers.
The Bookkeeper is part of a 3-member accounting team and reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer.
The Bookkeeper is responsible for keeping accurate records of the business transactions for Outreach Community Ministries and its affiliate, Outreach Community Services. Duties include processing accounts payable and accounts receivable, report generation, internal record keeping, file maintenance and other light administrative tasks.
The position is part-time at 27.5 or 28 hours per week. Hours scheduled either Monday- Thursday with 7 hour work days or Monday-Friday with 5 1/2 hour work days.
The hourly rate for this position falls between $16.50 and $19 per hour based on skills and experience.
The position requires a passion for the mission of Outreach Community Ministries and strong desire to support that mission through accurate financial record keeping. Previous experience in bookkeeping, accounts payable and/ or accounts receivable, accounting or a related field. Strong data entry skills with high accuracy; strong organizational skills, effective and professional oral and written communication skills; working knowledge of general bookkeeping principles; proficiency in Microsoft Outlook and Excel. A commitment to Outreach Community Ministries’ Statement of Mission and Faith.
OCM is a Christian, community service organization seeking to attract and hire a diverse staff of highly competent professional employees. OCM complies with all applicable state and federal laws pertaining to nondiscrimination in employment, including nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, and disability. As a religious organization, OCM reserves the right to make employment decisions based on its religious identity, as permitted by state and federal law.