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Accounting Manager

Position:                   Part -Time (20- 30 hours), Salaried, Exempt

Reports to:               Chief Executive Officer

Works closely with:  CEO, Business and HR Manager, board finance committee, and the department managers.

Core work week:      20-30 hours.

Job Overview:

Equest’s Accounting Manager (AM) is charged with the responsibility of actively managing Equest’s day to day accounting and financial operations.  This includes monitoring, and analyzing accounting data and producing financial reports, statements, and charts, as well as establishing and enforcing proper accounting methods, policies, and principles. The AM is to monitor changes in legal, regulatory and administrative environments and implement changes in procedures as needed to maintain compliance while maximizing operational and financial results. 

The AM will work closely with the department managers in producing grant reports, and the Business Manager and auditors in preparing information for the annual audit and 990. The AM will spearhead the development on the annual budget in collaboration with the CEO and with the department managers.    The Accounting Manager will develop and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets of the organization.




The successful candidate must be extremely organized, skilled, and self-motivated with the ability to work both independently and with a diverse and productive team while displaying a positive attitude always. Working with deadlines and under pressure, as well as adhering to confidentiality are vital.  A get-it done and passion for excellence are necessary to fit into the Equest culture. 

  • Minimum BS or BBA in Accounting, Finance, or Related.

  • CPA a plus.

  • Proven track-record of finance management in non-profit accounting in accordance with U.S. GAAP.

  • Ability to create and assess financial statements and budgets

  • Analytical mind and extremely accurate and detail oriented

  • Able to produce attractive and effective reports, charts and grants for the Board, Staff, Annual Report, and Grant Proposals. 

  • High-level mathematical and problem-solving skills

  • Ability to communicate effectively.

  • Computer proficiency including Microsoft office, (word, excel, outlook), QuickBooks for Non-Profits and working knowledge of internet and web-based applications.



For full description and/or to apply for this position, contact or please send resume to: Lili Kellogg:

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