The Stoller Foundation, a growing faith-based non-profit foundation, is seeking a talented individual to handle all aspects of the financial management of the organization and provide business operations support to the foundation and its partnering
The mission of the Stoller Foundation is to fund and support Christ-centered ministries that mobilize volunteers to serve others and share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The program accountant will report directly to the Executive Director of the foundation. In addition, the program accountant will work with the Executive Directors of the initiatives that partner with the foundation. Specific responsibilities of the accountant
Financial Operations: Maintain the organization's financial records using the QuickBooks accounting program; handle accounts payable/receivables and account reconciliations, track income/donations and expenses comparing actual and budgeted
numbers and produce financial reports. Coordinate the annual audit & tax preparation process with our outside accountants.
Personnel Management: Process payroll for growing staff with related taxes, reports and W2s; maintain attendance and vacation tracking systems; and manage benefits program.
Corporate Maintenance: Complete annual charitable solicitation filings and other corporate filings in all necessary locations for the foundation, partnering initiatives, and future initiatives; prepare financial reports for the board of
directors. Handle yearly analysis of insurance needs including general liability, board, travel, and property insurance. Work with the Executive Director to produce the annual operations and grant making budget as well as other needed reports for Board of
Organizational Development: Maintain relationships with vendors including banking, accounting, legal, benefits, technology and the likes. Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions and stay up to date on nonprofit
best practices for accounting.
Grant Making Support: As time permits, provide assistance in reviewing grant application financials as well as analysis of financial soundness of applying organizations.
Location: Houston, TX
Qualifications: We see a highly motivated individual with a heart for Christ and shared values with the Board and staff of the Stoller Foundation. The ideal candidate will have a thorough understanding of accounting from both education in
accounting or finance and previous experience with a minimum of five years, preferably in non profit. Candidate must have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as excellent computer skills including Excel, Word, QuickBooks, and Outlook;
a track record of exercising independent judgment and discretion; strong problem solving skills, have attention to detail and accuracy, maintain confidentiality at all times, have initiative and be a self-starter, and have flexibility combined with the ability
to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Salary & Benefits Salary to be commensurate with background and experience.