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Family Support Assistant

DESCRIPTION & PURPOSE:
The Family Support Assistant plays a vital role within the organization by supporting the Family Services Supervisor in the recruitment and support of applicant and partner families. This position requires interpersonal skills, patience, professional communication and various technical skills. The Family Support Assistant must be friendly, detail oriented and possess good organizational skills. Through these responsibilities you should maintain a consistent and accurate files, process loan and mortgage payments and coordinate materials and information to the Family Services Committee as assigned.

REPORTS TO:
Family Services Supervisor

COORDINATES WITH:
All applicant families, partner families, contracted agencies and Administration as assigned by Family Services Supervisor.

SUPERVISES:
Assigned Volunteers.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Processing of applications for potential partner families, including but not limited to, Habitat for Humanity Yuba/Sutter documents and USDA documents.
2. Effective and efficient implementation of family services processes.
3. Educate and familiarize self with current processes for family services and the overall mission of Habitat for Humanity in order to convey proper and timely information to applicants.
4. Process credit reports and background information.
5. Coordinate with USDA, Neighbor-works, and Habitat for Humanity International to complete tasks and processes.
6. Notify families of approved and denied applications.
7. Print and make available all applications for programs.
8. Keep files on families organized, updated and secured.
9. Ability to upload documentation to Google File Stream.
10. General clerical duties, including but not limited to printing, filing, typing documents, scanning and mailing.
11. All other duties as assigned by Family Services Supervisor.

COMPETENCIES:
 Ethical morals, demonstrating consistently high standards of integrity and accountability.
 Excellent skills in training, coaching and developing your team.
 Effective communications and strong interpersonal skills.
 Initiative represented by enthusiasm, attention to detail and follow up.
 Adaptability – sound and positive decision maker in rapidly changing conditions; anticipating, addressing and solving problems.
 A relationship builder for cooperative, mutually beneficial and long-term relationships.
 Personal presence, projecting a professional image in speech and demeanor in interactions with others in multiple venues and scenarios.

QUALIFICATIONS:
 Must be 18 years of age or older and have at least 2 years of office experience.

SALARY & BENEFITS:
 Starting Wages: $13.00 Per Hour (24-30 Hours Per Week)
 Thrivent Financial Retirement Matching Plan (Up to 3% of Salary) after 90 days
 Holiday Pay after 1 year
 Vacation Pay after 2 years

APPLICATION PROCESS:
 Applicant must attach a current resume with cover letter.
 You must attach a resume that includes if applicable a copy of your degree certificated in the related field.
 Applications are available at the Administrative Office counter and must be filled out onsite.
 Position will be posted for two weeks. At the end of two weeks, qualifying applicants may be called in to interview. The interview process typically takes one week. Applicants will be notified if selected within 7-10 days. Please be available to start within 2 weeks of hiring date.
 If you are hired, you will be expected to submit to a background check and drug screening

Accounting Officer

DESCRIPTION & PURPOSE:
The Accounting Officer will oversee all accounting for Habitat for Humanity Yuba/Sutter including but not limited to monthly financial, monthly mortgage, annual audit reports; preparation of documents for federal and state taxes, employee payroll, and invoice payments. Understand the laws and policies regarding financial book keeping and proper cash handling procedures. Ability to work with the Chief Executive Officer to develop transparent and efficient standards governing the financial process. The ability to provide accurate accounting reports to the Board of Directors and Officers, including the proper, timely payments of invoices, payroll, and preparation of tax documentations, reports for audits, and grants.

REPORTS TO:
CEO (Chief Executive Officer)

COORDINATES WITH:
All contractors, service providers, auditing firms and IRS.

SUPERVISES:
Assigned Volunteers.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Prepares asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account information;
2. Documents financial transactions by entering account information;
3. Recommends financial actions by analyzing accounting options;
4. Summarizes current financial status by collecting information; preparing balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and other reports;
5. Responsible for reconciling all bank accounts and finding any discrepancies;
6. Substantiates financial transactions by auditing documents;
7. Maintains accounting controls by preparing and recommending policies and procedures;
8. Guides accounting clerical staff by coordinating activities and answering questions;
9. Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting and analyzing account information;
10. Secures financial information by completing data base backups;
11. Maintains financial security by following internal controls;
12. Prepares payments and invoices by verifying documentation, and requesting disbursements;
13. Answers accounting procedure questions by researching and interpreting accounting policy and regulations;
14. Complies with federal, state, and local financial legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions;
15. Prepares special financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends;
16. Maintains customer confidence and protects operations by keeping financial informa t ion
confidential;
17. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops;
reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in
professional societies
18. Accomplishes the result by performing the duty;
19. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. At least 2 years previous office experience
2. Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of QuickBooks and POS operating systems
3. Strong computer skills and a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
4. Initiative represented by “a sense of urgency” energy, enthusiasm, attention to detail and follow
up
5. Adaptability - sound and positive decision maker in rapidly changing conditions
6. Ethical leadership and high standards of confidentiality
7. Associate’s Degree in Accounting and/or Business
8. Skilled in accounting, corporate finance, proper reporting, data entry management, deadlineorientation,
time management, and SFAS rules

SALARY & BENEFITS:
 Starting Wages: $15.00 Per Hour (20-32 Hours Per Week); Evaluated after 6 months.
 Thrivent Financial Retirement Matching Plan (Up to 3% of Salary) after 90 days
 Holiday Pay after 1 year
 Vacation Pay after 2 years

APPLICATION PROCESS:
 Applicant must attach a current resume with cover letter.
 You must attach a resume that includes if applicable a copy of your degree certificated in the related
field.
 Applications are available at the Administrative Office counter and must be filled out onsite.
 Position will be posted for two weeks. At the end of two weeks, qualifying applicants may be called in
to interview. The interview process typically takes one week. Applicants will be notified if selected
within 7-10 days. Please be available to start within 2 weeks of hiring date.
 If you are hired, you will be expected to submit to a background check and drug screening.