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Operations & Accounting Associate

Description: This position offers the opportunity to learn about grantmaking and nonprofits while developing many vital professional skills in a small, friendly, supportive, collaborative, and intellectually stimulating office environment where high-quality work, professional/career development, and work-life balance are valued. The Grants and Accounting Associate manages the Foundation’s grants database and provides a wide range of support to the accounting department. Responsibilities Grants administration: • Manage database and paper files • Oversee database migration from GIFTS to Foundant GLM • Track deadlines and conduct administrative correspondence with grantees • Generate reports on grants data • Serve as liaison between program and accounting departments • Other grants-management tasks as needed Support for accounting and HR department: • Process invoices for payment, resolve billing issues • Keep administrative budget workbook up to date • Provide proofreading and other support for annual audit and tax preparation • Provide recordkeeping support • Answer phone and screen calls • Other assistance to Controller and Chief Financial & Administrative Officer as needed Additional: • Actively seek out, develop, and implement efficiency improvements • Keep procedures manuals up to date • Provide backup support to Office and Program Assistant: • Collaborate with other staff as needed • Opportunities for program work will depend on needs, ability, interest, and availability

Salary Salary is commensurate with experience and in line with similar positions at similar organizations. Very competitive benefits package.
Type of Opportunity F/T
Location New York, NY
Field of Study
Degree Wanted
Special Skills & Requirements Qualifications • 1-3 years applicable experience required • Proficiency with Excel, databases, and quantitative work a must • Experience with QuickBooks or other accounting software a plus • High attention to detail and patience for double- and triple-checking • Must be well organized and able to juggle a constant variety of tasks, projects, and deadlines • Must be motivated, reliable, and punctual • Must work well individually and with minimal oversight, as well as collaboratively • Must be an eager learner and a quick study • Must take initiative but also be able to follow detailed instructions on certain assignments • Must be comfortable asking questions, receiving feedback, and offering ideas/suggestions • Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal, and formal writing skills • Interest in philanthropy, nonprofits, and the Foundation’s program areas
Company Name Charles H. Revson Foundation
Contact: Nicole Bebout
Address: 55 East 59th Street, 23rd Floor, NY, NY
Phone: (212) 935-3340 ext. 26
About the Company: In the late 1970s when the Charles H. Revson Foundation began making grants, the end of the century seemed very far away, and none of us thought we would personally have the opportunity to assess our history through such a long lens. Early on, a consultant said to our board, “Imagine that you are reading about the foundation in a major magazine twenty years from now. What would you want that article to conclude?” Even then, it was clear to us that while the destination mattered a great deal, the quality of the journey mattered even more. Now, with the unexpected opportunity to reflect on the Foundation’s first twenty years, I see it less as a time to draw conclusions and more as a moment in time from which to “look backward for a while . . . to refresh the eye, to restore it,” in the words of one writer, “and to render it more fit for . . . looking forward."
How To Apply: To apply, send cover letter and resume to with “Grants and Accounting Associate” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Only those selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please.
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