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Administrator/Bookkeeper

Education For All Children

Education for All Children (EFAC) provides an education-to-employment program for bright, disadvantaged Kenyan youth to foster leadership, economic opportunity and social progress. Our organization offers 8+ years of scholarships, mentoring and career development to over 500 Kenyan students who lack the resources to continue their education beyond the 8th grade. EFAC is transforming lives by providing a path out of poverty for hundreds of talented Kenyan youth.

EFAC was founded in 2008 by Nancy and Rod Van Sciver of Rye, New Hampshire. We have strong staff and Boards of Directors on both continents. We are a dynamic, grass-roots international development organization with a unique model and a growth mindset. To learn more, visit us at www.educationforallchildren.org.


EFAC is seeking a Part-Time Administrator/Bookkeeper to support both the bookkeeping and general administration needs of our program in our Portsmouth, NH office. This is a part-time consulting position at 5-10 hours per week at $20/hour. Schedule can be flexible with some parameters.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Strong familiarity with Quickbooks Online
  • Highly organized and strong attention to detail
  • Self-starter and able to work independently
  • Excellent communication skills, strong collaborator
  • Resides in close vicinity to Portsmouth, NH office

Preferred

  • Experience with Salesforce
Responsibilities:
  • Creating and sending invoices and receiving payments
  • Making bank deposits
  • Completing monthly bank reconciliations
  • Ordering office supplies
  • Responding to various office administrative needs
How to Apply:

Application: Send cover letter and resume to Sheila Kelly, Director of Operations: skelly@educationforallchildren.org

Job Location:

Portsmouth

Date Added: February 6, 2019

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