The British Columbia Conservation Foundation (BCCF) is seeking an entry-level dynamo to fill the position of Junior Accounting Clerk. Our successful candidate will bring a detailed eye and a strong work ethic to this administrative support position. The ideal candidate holds a willingness to learn, adapt, respond quickly and prioritize effectively while consistently maintaining a high standard of accuracy in every task. The successful applicant will bring a no-job-is-too-small attitude to this part-time position with the knowledge that there is much room for growth and advancement.
This position, based in our Surrey office, will primarily provide support to our Accounting Coordinator. The ideal candidate will also support the Payroll office on an as-required basis and assist our team of project managers when needed. Working with our senior admin staff, the Junior Accounting Clerk will manage office supplies, conduct filing, review expense files for data input and/or filing errors, and, as directed by the accounting and payroll departments, enter data into a SAGE 300 ERP system. The Junior Accounting Clerk will report directly to our Executive Director.
Tasks of the Junior Accounting Clerk include:
Support the Accounting Coordinator
Create standardized electronic and hardcopy files
Sort, review and maintain expense files
Code expense invoices for processing
Enter AP and AR data into Sage 300 ERP system as directed
Track donations and program-based tuitions using Excel spreadsheets
Use and maintain postage machine, copier and other office equipment
Assist in various AP and AR tasks as needed
Support the Payroll Coordinator
Partner with Payroll Coordinator to review biweekly payroll for data entry errors
Create and maintain employee personnel files
Enter data into Sage 300 ERP system as directed
Support the Project Managers
File hard copy expense receipts
Audit expense files in preparation for year end
Schedule interviews as directed
Other Duties as required
Issue and track field equipment as required by the Safety Coordinator
Provide assistance in reception
Handle mail and courier
Maintain operations of Head office through various administrative duties
Perform other clerical or regional office tasks as assigned by the Executive Director
Experience in Accounts Payable data entry (Sage familiarity an asset)
Experience in General Ledger accounting (Sage familiarity an asset)
Demonstrated proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite, specifically Excel (see *note), Word, Outlook and Access
Sound knowledge of accounting procedures
Experience in dealing with suppliers
High levels of accuracy and attention to detail
Sound analytical problem solving
Excellent interpersonal skills
Good judgement, initiative and discretion skills
Able to multitask in a fast-paced environment while remaining organized
Able to work independently and as a supportive contributor to the team
Able to manage a heavy workload efficiently
Able to plan and organize effectively
Able to maintain confidentiality
Able to adhere to strict deadlines
To apply for this job:
- NOTE: All short-listed applicants will be asked to complete an Excel proficiency test as part of the interview process
Please submit resume with cover letter in the webform below. No inquiry phonecalls or emails please.
Successful candidate will work from our Surrey Office. Candidate must live within a reasonable commute. BCCF will not pay relocation expenses.
3 days per week to start, 7.5 hours per day (45 hours biweekly), scheduling will depend on availability
$20.00 per hour
May 28, 2021 at 3:30pm Pacific Time
Due to our urgency to fill this position, we will be reviewing applications as we receive them and interviewing qualified candidates on an ongoing basis. This position may be filled before the closing date; therefore, it is strongly recommended that applicants do not delay in submitting their application. We would like to thank all applicants for their interest. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
The British Columbia Conservation Foundation (BCCF) is committed to ensuring that no person is denied employment opportunities or benefits for reasons unrelated to ability and to achieving and maintaining a workforce that is representative of women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.
The BC Conservation Foundation undertakes to identify and remove any discriminatory policies and practices found in the recruitment, selection and hiring, promotion, training, retention and termination of employees in all levels and categories of employment.