H.O.M.E. is a small nonprofit in Chicago which helps low-income seniors maintain their independence. H.O.M.E. has a part-time opportunity for an Accounting and Program Evaluation Assistant, 24-30 hours per week with benefits.
Summary: The Accounting and Program Evaluation Assistant is responsible for assisting the Finance Director with the financial functions of the organization and assisting the Community Programs Director with program evaluation. The position reports to the Finance Director.
manually tally employee time sheets
track rent payments and reconcile with accounting
prepare monthly government grant vouchers
send monthly client invoices
reconcile bank statement
reconcile accounting and fundraising databases
record payroll and credit card bill
track employee paid time off
processes credit card payments and donations
help answer phones
perform general office tasks and other duties as assigned
Program Evaluation Assistant
Mail client satisfaction surveys
Record results in database
excellent verbal and written communication skills
ability to work independently and to meet deadlines
ability to problem-solve and prioritize
Required Education and Experience:
Minimum four-year college degree and at least two years experience in finance and administration, or minimum four-year college degree in Business or related field and one year experience in finance and administration
Proficient in QuickBooks, Excel and Word
Additional Salary Information: Benefits are included.
Housing Opportunities & Maintenance for the Elderly (H.O.M.E.) is a one-of-a-kind Chicago organization that seeks to foster joy, connection and independence for Chicago’s low-income seniors. H.O.M.E. is a bright spot for all who know it. Founded in 1982, H.O.M.E. has helped thousands of low-income seniors in Chicago maintain their independence by providing a home upkeep and repair service, shopping bus, moving program, and three affordable apartment buildings where seniors can live comfortably in an intergenerational environment. H.O.M.E.’s 79 housing units include private apartments and, in our Good Life Senior Residences at Nathalie Salmon House (Rogers Park) and Pat Crowley House (Edgewater), family-style living with families and younger adults. H.O.M.E. is characterized by a warm and caring culture.