Community Connect Toronto
6 - 12 months
Skills you would develop
The opportunity to use your talent or skills to make an impact
The opportunity to be part of a team (even if you work remotely from home)
The opportunity to build your professional portfolio
A professional reference for prospective employers
About the position
Community Connect Toronto is seeking an experienced Bookkeeper and Financial Analyst to be part of our growing team as we work to reduce food insecurity in Toronto.
This new position will be responsible for daily bookkeeping, accounts payable, account analytics, charitable receipts and government filings.
We are looking for college accounting credentials or High School diploma plus 4 years of accounting experience.
Strong computer skills, including knowledge of accounting software, Excel, Office 365 and database software are required.
Experience working in a non-profit organization is a plus.
The Bookkeeper will be responsible for activities such as:
Manage Purchase Orders
Process Invoices for Payment
Issue and Record all Payments
Prepare Bank Reconciliations
Monitor cashflow requirements
All related record keeping related to donations
Responsible for accuracy of GL accounts
About the organization
Community Connect Toronto ("CCT") was established in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. CCT is filling a big gap - to serve hungry neighbors!
Since our inception, CCT and our partners have proudly served 2000 families and 12k individuals (accounting for a 5.5 median per household), with a daily, volunteer run, delivery and pick up system; entirely with in-kind direct donations so far.
As a Bookkeeper / Financial Analyst, you will ensure that all governmental reporting requirements are fulfilled for our organization and help us understand how donations, grants and expenses affect our ability to best serve clients facing food insecurity.