Bookkeeping Assistant

  • Learning Disabilities Association - London Region
  • Unit #205 303 Richmond St, London, ON, Canada
  • Jun 03, 2022
Part-time Accounting/Finance

Job Description

Bookkeeping Assistant

Learning Disabilities Association – London Region
303 Richmond Street, Unit 205
London, Ontario

Organizational Background
The Learning Disabilities Association – London Region is a charitable, not-for-profit agency that serves the City of London as well as Middlesex, Elgin and Oxford counties. Through program offerings, individual coaching, advocacy and community resources, the LDA – London Region provides the ongoing strategies and accommodations people with LDs need to succeed.

Full Job Description
We are looking to add a Bookkeeping Assistant to our team in London, ON. This position will report to the Executive Director, and is responsible for the payroll and payroll related duties, the accounts payable and accounts receivable functions, with all functions of the accounting cycle and year end audit.

Job details
Part-time, Permanent
18-25 hrs/week, pay to be negotiated
Work days of the week will be negotiated.
Reporting to: Executive Director

Benefits
Possible group benefits
On-site parking
Paid time off

Qualifications
• Post-secondary education directly related to the position, or equivalent experience
• Proficiency in SAGE 50, MS Word, Excel and Outlook
• Knowledge of Accounting Standards and Principles
• Customer service experience
• Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills
• Excellent organizational and time management skills
• Must have proven ability to work independently and in a team setting
• Ability to manage stress effectively
• Ability to deal with confidential matters in a professional manner
• Understanding of governmental regulations and reporting requirements
• Current satisfactory Criminal Reference Check with vulnerable sector search

Responsibilities
• Process and administer payroll and payroll related duties
• Prepare monthly bank reconciliations in a timely manner
• Prepare monthly financial reports
• Ensure proper audit documentation for all transactions and payments and prepare for annual finance audit
• Provide Human Resources support by creating, maintaining, and updating staff records alond with preparing ROEs.
• Calculate, prepare and process bills, invoices, accounts payable, budgets and other financial records according to established procedures
• Preparation of various spreadsheets for reporting and analysis
• Code, total, batch, enter, verify and reconcile transactions
• Perform banking duties including deposits and credit card processing
• Other Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable duties as assigned
• Respond to donor questions and requests as appropriate and produce charitable receipts
• Assist with other administrative duties as required

Please forward resume, cover letter and 3 references via email to:
Paul Cook, Executive Director
ed@ldalondon.ca