Rose City Rollers Non-Profit Bookkeeper

Responsibilities and DutiesThe bookkeeper is responsible for handling RCR’s
financial record keeping, including recording financial transactions, managing
accounts payable and receivable, reconciling bank statements, and executing
payroll. Bookkeeper’s regular duties:●      Cash – record revenues and
expenses in QuickBooks Online for eight bank accounts, weekly●      A/R – verify and record
payments for 600 members and sponsors; prepare monthly AR reports●      A/P – meet with ED bi-weekly
to record A/P invoices & write checks, filing and W-9 management●      Banking – reconcile bank
accounts monthly, manage intercompany transfers and review with ED●      Payroll – compile, execute
via Quickbooks Online, report review with ED, payroll tax management,
administration of Oregon Saves employee IRA program●      Budget/1099/W-2/990 – assist
with annual budget prep, input into Quickbooks, create 1099s, create W-2s in
Quickbooks, communicate taxes, prepare books for 990 to be done by Accountant●      Monthly Financials – create
journal entries, manage transfers, prep Budget to Actual, P&L, and Balance
Sheets●      General Bookkeeping tasks –
communicate with league members as needed, complete reports per league
schedule, ensure file management is done, attend Budget Finance monthly
meetings the first Tuesday of the month at 6pm, and work with the ED and Admin
to improve financial processes  Required Skills/Experience:●      At least two years nonprofit
bookkeeping experience●      Proficient in QuickBooks Online
in a nonprofit setting ●      At least two years payroll
experience, preferably in Quickbooks●      Professional written and
verbal communication●      Excellent at follow-up and
tracking projects through to completion●      Excited to work well with a
diverse group of paid and unpaid staff, skater and parents Work Schedule: This role is 11 hrs /week,
primarily done from a home office. On-site work is required for bi-weekly check
processing, monthly Budget meetings and other meetings as needed. Must be
available during some normal work hours if communication is needed. 

Compensation: $22/hr, reviewed annually.
Benefits include paid vacation, holiday pay, sick time, a flexible schedule, a
monthly tech stipend and participation in Oregon Saves retirement savings
program.