Bookkeeper/ Office Manager

I-Park Foundation, Inc.
Job Description
Bookkeeper/Office Manager
I-Park Foundation, Inc. (I-Park) seeks a part-time, in-office Bookkeeper/Office Manager to join our small dynamic team. This position reports to the Executive Director and liaises with an outside contract accountant, payroll service, vendors, and constituents.
The position is part-time at approximately one-two days/week, paid at the rate of $25/hour, with the option to purchase health insurance through I-Park’s group plan.
Bookkeeping: Data entry; monthly reconciliations; processing payroll; monitoring accounts payable, accounts receivable, and restricted funds; preparing invoices, deposits, transfers, selected reports, and 1099s; assisting with preparation of the 990 and audit; and other tasks as assigned.
Office Manager: Coordinating benefits for I-Park employees; maintaining employee records; administering workers compensation insurance and HR reports, audits, notices, and claims; monitoring and ordering office supplies; and being responsible for routine office administrative duties as they arise.
  • A minimum of two years as full-charge bookkeeper at a nonprofit organization.
  • Knowledge of GAAP, accrual accounting, restricted funds management, and Connecticut State labor laws.
  • Experience in human resources administration.
  • Facility working in QuickBooks Online, Excel, PayPal, and other web-based payment portals.
  • Strong organizational skills, high attention to detail, and ability to multitask.
  • Ability to work proactively and set priorities within a deadline-driven environment.  
  • Familiarity with constituent management software a plus.
About I-Park Foundation, Inc.
I-Park is a stimulating environment in which to work and grow. Sited on 30 acres within a 450-acre nature preserve, I-Park is both an open-air and closed-laboratory for individual creative pursuits in the visual arts, music composition/sound art, creative writing, the moving image, and architecture/landscape design.
I-Park’s quiet, retreat-like environment allows artists to experiment with new ideas, conduct research, and undertake aesthetic investigations while developing existing projects and starting new ones. The organization’s rich, varied landscape has long inspired a special interest in site-responsive, environmental art, to which many of our artists have been drawn.
From insights developed in the laboratory setting, I-Park also develops and sponsors specially-themed cross-disciplinary projects of cultural significance, and brings these discoveries to light in the public domain
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