Bnei Akiva of NY/NJ is looking for a part time Administrative Assistant to work in the office supporting the Executive Director and other staff.
Job includes 3 days a week working in Midtown Manhattan (18-20 Hours per week). The office is generally operating on a 4 day work week Monday-Thursday.
Experience and proficiency with MICROSOFT OFFICE is a MUST. Familiarity with QuickBooks, Constant Contact, Google Docs, and website content management is a plus.
Must have good organizational skills, and the ability to handle customer service matters. A self-starter and quick learner is preferred.
Part time position – great for college students!
For more information and to apply please send a resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Manager for high end jewelry office in Great Neck New York on Long Island. Prefer someone with experience in the jewelry industry. Computer skills are a must. Individual must be very trustworthy.
Computers:Individual must have basic knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel.
Experience with Jewels 2000 or Quickbooks is preferred.
|Bnei Akiva of NY/NJ is looking for a part time Administrative Assistant to work in the office supporting the Executive Director and other staff.
Job includes 3 days a week working in Midtown Manhattan (20 Hours per week). The office is generally operating on a 4 day work week Monday-Thursday.
Experience and proficiency with QUICKBOOKS & MICROSOFT OFFICE is a MUST. Familiarity with Constant Contact, Google Docs, and website content management is required.
Must have good organizational skills, and the ability to handle customer service matters. A self-starter and quick learner is preferred.
We are looking for someone with conversational or fluent Hebrew.
Tiferet Academy is looking to hire a Operations and Finance Manager for the 2013-2014 school year to help run and support the operations and finances of the school.
Opening in September 2013, Tiferet Academy seeks to be at the forefront of re-imagining the classroom of the future. By leveraging cutting edge technology and educational best practices we aim to both promote the highest quality of education and realize cost savings over the previous generation of classrooms. Tiferet Academy aims to become a child-centered K-8 elementary school.
We take a project-based and blended approach to education through a combination of traditional face-to-face, online, and peer-led learning. Our curriculum is geared towards helping students become enthusiastic learners, analytical thinkers, problem solvers, and ultimately, successful leaders in their communities and industries. We are committed to achieving excellence in both Judaic and secular studies, preparing students for scholastic, social and financial success in the evolving modern world, while instilling a strong love for Torah and Mitzvot, Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael, and other Jewish values.
The Operations and Finance Manager position requires someone who is highly organized, a savvy user of technology and other organizational resources, and who works well with others. He or she will possess the ability to set priorities, implement multiple projects, handle details, and work effectively under pressure with minimal supervision.
The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Financial operations – reviewing financial statements, budget, and audit and ensuring compliance with filing requirements, federal and state.
• Banking and investments – making deposits, cash balances, “investment portfolio”, maintaining relationship with the bank manager and our accountant.
• Payroll and benefits – withholding and reporting, monitoring health insurance coverage, comparison shopping and addressing individual staff problems
• Purchasing and accounts payable – efficient purchasing system and monitoring of budget variances
• Accounts receivable, including financial aid – billing, collections (current year and past year), overseeing enrollment process including: generating enrollment contracts (together with Head of School and Board), liaison with Application & Enrollment System Vendor (e.g., TADS, FACTS), liaison with Finance Committee on tuition setting and Financial Aid distribution, and fielding financial aid appeal
• Vendor Management – liaison with Dept. of Ed. and vendors (Title Funds, MSA-Mandated State Ed, BEDS form)
• Support office staff – coordinating events
• Communication – manage school communications (website, Facebook, Twitter, mailings) and addressing individual parent problems (in conjunction with Head of School)
• Scheduling – busing, arrivals and dismissals
• Logistics – Coordinating with facilities (e.g., security, deliveries)
• Professional development The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and at least three years of successful experience.
The advertised position offers competitive compensation.
Tiferet Academy has the ability to offer health and welfare benefits to employees.
Please apply by completing the application form online at www.tiferet.org/jobs and by sending a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom, a large, dynamic Reform synagogue with budget in excess of 20 million and 300 plus employees on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, seeks a Human Resources professional experienced with managing payroll, benefits and compliance as well as experience with complying with applicable employment laws. This Coordinator-level position reports to the Controller and works closely with the Director of Human Resources, and is accountable for administrating all human resources and payroll functions (see typical activities below).
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure compliance with applicable employment laws and internal HR procedures
Coordinate benefits process including but not limited to health, life, disability, retirement plans
Collaborate with HR Committee and other Department Heads
Process weekly and monthly payrolls
Generate and submit weekly and monthly payroll summaries and other reports
Track sick, personal and vacation time for staff
A/R reconciliations for all benefits accounts
Manage year-end payroll activities
Report employment statistics to EEOC and workers’ compensation claims to OSHA
Knowledge – the individual understands office administration, with an understanding of human resource and payroll administrative processes including applicable rules and regulations
Analytical – the individual must maintain accuracy and attention to detail
Organizational – the individual must maintain excellent order among all personnel and accounting records
Judgment – the individual must demonstrate effective decision-making skills
Communication – the individual must possess excellent interpersonal and written skills
Technical – the individual must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and experience with payroll and HRIS software
Self-motivated, with the ability to work independently
Must possess honesty, trustworthy and ethical attributes
Must possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
Education - completed college degree and 3 years of relevant work experience which includes some supervision or managerial experience
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested and qualified applicants should submit Resumes and Cover Letters along with salary expectations (with “HR and Payroll Coordinator” in the subject line of email) to firstname.lastname@example.org
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
CRS does not unlawfully discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of one’s actual or perceived race; color; religion; sex/gender (including gender identity); creed; sexual orientation; marital status; pregnancy; ethnicity; national origin; ancestry; age; disability; alienage/citizenship status; arrest or conviction record (consistent with the provisions of New York State’s Corrections Law); partnership status; familial status; military service; status as a victim of domestic violence, stalking or sex offenses; veteran status; genetic pre-disposition or carrier status; or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Employment decisions at CRS are made in a non-discriminatory manner and are based on qualifications, abilities, and merit. As may be permitted by law, certain Rodeph Sholom positions will be filled by persons of the Jewish faith as a bona fide occupational qualification. CRS also prohibits, and will not tolerate, any form of retaliation or reprisal against any employee who reasonably and in good faith complains of discrimination or harassment or provides information in connection with any such complaint.
• This position requires excellent organizational skill, light bookkeeping and a wide variety of public relations functions. An Employee in this job will typically be delegated the authority to create, coordinate and manage announcements to members and to various standard and modern social media, and be a self starter
• Effectively utilize excel and bookkeeping software to post and retrieve income and expense records, and create reports, as needed.
• Effectively utilize word processing to create, process, maintain and disseminate a consistent stream and variety of attractive, effective flyers, announcements and press releases
• Compile and analyze information from a variety of media sources to analyze publicity effectiveness.
• Coordinate scheduling arrangements for events with bulletin and calendar committees
• Ability to utilize social media; Facebook, web skills and good telephone skills — a must
• Excellent computer and social media literacy
• Good knowledge of office support functions including word processing, excel, filing, book-keeping, web posting to social media, composing variety of documents, reception, gathering and compiling data, and balancing and coordinating a workload for multiple projects. Excellent people skills a must.
• Excellent language and communications skills, a strong desire to help, to create informational flyers, social networking skills, attention to detail, experience with Word & Excel, capacity and willingness to do data entry.
Bonus: Experience creating buzz, keeping books.
Help synagogue and community members with any questions or concerns and communicate with clergy, Presidents and EMJC staff.
Compensation: Please send requirements.
Work 24 hours a week to start — flexible hours available.
Able to start immediately
East Midwood Jewish Center is a dynamic, well-established congregation that is looking to expand its presence in the community.
To apply: send a cover email saying why you would be good at the above with a subject line that includes the phrase “good marketing & administrative assistant” with your resume attached. No phone calls please.
SEND TO Info@emjc.org
Jewelry company in Great Neck looking to hire office help.
Must be computer savy and able to multi-task.
Part time and full time posititon available. We are looking to hire immediately. If interested please call 6464898687.
Growing footwear company located in Midtown Manhattan looking for an assistant bookkeeper to post daily checks and cash, and chargeback research, . No previous accounting or bookkeeping experience required, but is a big plus. Proficiency and high comfort in microsoft excel is an absolute must.
PresenTense Group, Inc. seeks a Chief Financial Officer / Chief Administrative Officer (CFO/CAO) The CFO/CAO will be responsible for the organization’s finances and operations, while playing an integral part of the team for overall Group strategy.
Financial Reporting and Cash Flow Management:
Organizational Legal and Tax Compliance and Contract Negotiations:
Additional Job Duties:
Minimum Education and Experience:
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
The PresenTense Group has offices in Jerusalem, Israel and New York City, New York. Ideally, the CFO/CAO would be headquartered out of one of the two offices of the Group – but the PresenTense Group is seeking the best person for the position before geographic location. For this reason, the CFO/CAO may work remotely, but will be expected to travel on a regular, monthly basis to visit PresenTense Group sites and interact with PresenTense staff.
The CFO/CAO is a full-time position with start-up hours; the CFO/CAO is expected to self-manage his or her time, such that organizational strategic goals are met through the course of work. Travel schedule will be determined by Group operations. At minimum, the CFO/CAO will be asked to travel to Jerusalem and New York on a Quarterly basis.
We are an active synagogue with over 700 members in Brooklyn. Our congregation includes multiple educational and community programs.
We are in search of a self-starter who can work independently and collaborate with others to maintain best practices and to meet established deadlines. Candidates for this position must demonstrate current knowledge of accepted accounting principles for non-profit institutions and maintaining a general ledger. Candidates must be proficient in Word and Excel and have experience with fund accounting software. We currently use QuickBooks but may switch to another application.
The Full-Charge Bookkeeper is responsible for overseeing all bookkeeping tasks, including but not limited to accounts payable, payroll preparation, and account receivable. This position reports directly to the Congregation’s Financial Consultant and will work closely with accounts receivable clerk and other office personnel.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
Minimum Job Requirements
· A minimum of 5-10 years of non-profit management experience. Prior experience working for a church or synagogue is a plus.
· Non-profit experience a plus.
Please e-mail resume, salary history and salary expectations to email@example.com.