The Business Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of financial operations in accordance with non-profit generally accepted accounting principles including: budgets, cash management, financial reporting and the audit process. Additionally the Manager is responsible for payroll processing, benefits and insurance management, as well as database/information technology management. Prior experience with non-profit accounting preferred. Responsible for vendor relations and office maintenance. Other duties as assigned, including special projects.
This is a part-time position for approximately 20 hours per week and reports directly to the Executive Director. Our location is confidential, but convenient from the city and most suburbs.
Accounting/bookkeeping background required with at least 3 years of experience in an accounting, bookkeeping or business management role.
The ideal candidate will have strong computer skills, be proficient in QuickBooks, Microsoft Office (including Excel), journal entries, and constituent databases. Needs to be extremely organized with attention to detail, demonstrate good judgment, and proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion. Ability to work independently and as a member of the team.
BA/BS required. Major in non-profit administration, accounting, business administration, finance or related field strongly preferred. Advanced degree and prior experience with non-profit accounting a plus.
Fundamental understanding of Jewish culture and traditions helpful. After start date completion of 40 hour Domestic Violence training required.
Additional Salary Information: Dependent on experience and qualifications.
Internal Number: 7735834673
About SHALVA, Inc.
SHALVA's vision is a strong and peaceful community, where every woman is safe in her home or relationship. Our mission is to support Jewish women experiencing and healing from domestic abuse through confidential counseling, supportive services and community education. SHALVA's services include a 24-hour help/crisis line; domestic violence information; safety planning; individual and group counseling; financial assistance; legal support; case management and referrals. Our community education programs help Chicago area community members and professionals increase awareness and understanding of intimate partner violence. SHALVA is the oldest independent Jewish domestic violence agency in the United States and has been instrumental in facilitating national and international dialogues on the specific needs of Jewish families experiencing domestic violence.