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Jobs - Eastern San Bernardino Valley/Mountains

Jun 14 2018

Accounting Specialist

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Accounting Specialist Salary: $18.00 per hour – Non Exempt Position plus benefits (Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, EAP, 403 Retirement, Vacation, Sick, And Holiday Pay) Summary: Under general supervision, performs professional accounting duties in the analysis, preparation, and maintenance of financial records and reports including the general ledger, bank reconciliations and fixed assets. Essential Duties: 1. Reviews, analyzes, balances, and/or reconciles general ledger accounts and other accounting transactions. 2. Performs accounting functions related to general ledger maintenance; identifies and researches issues, errors and problems and develops and provides recommendations for correction. 3. Prepares journal entries for posting and performs closing procedures related to monthly/year-end financial statements. 4. Performs reconciliations of account/fund balances to the general ledger. 5. Prepares monthly reconciliations of bank statements, petty cash funds, cash receipts and disbursements. 6. Maintains and reviews fixed asset and other related accounts; including account analysis, depreciation schedules; and reconciliation of subsidiary ledger to general ledger. 7. Provides accurate and timely information and assistance to customers; researches and handles inquiries from customers. 8. Assists in the preparation of audit schedules and other related information for both the organization’s annual audit of financial data as well as required program audits as required. 9. Performs routine financial analysis supported by data; writes business reports based on the financial analysis 10. Perform routine budget analysis, familiar with basic budgeting processes and assumptions 11. Familiar with basic cost accounting principles and models 12. Contributes to a strong customer service culture with a positive attitude and professional commitment to assist the Department’s Customers 13. Punctual and Regular Attendance 14. Other duties as assigned Reports to: Accounting Supervisor Minimum Qualifications: 15. Bachelor’s Degree preferred 16. Three (3) years accounting experience through financials (nonprofit sector preferred) 17. Excellent communication skills (written and oral); detail oriented 18. Computer literate and adaptable 19. Ability to promote a positive team oriented atmosphere 20. Ability to maintain confidentiality 21. Background Fingerprint Clearance 22. Drug Test Clearance 23. Ability to read and write English and to communicate at the level required for successful job performance. Licenses & Certifications: CA Driver’s License, reliable transportation, and current automobile insurance CPR Certification (will train) Physical & Mental Demands and Expectations: Contribute to the organization culture of the department with a positive attitude and professional demeanor Ability to multi-task and stay focused with many interruptions Ability to deal with many different personalities Ability to stay composed under difficult situations Working at desk for extended periods of time ...
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May 30 2018

Development Coordinator

Children's Fund - San Bernardino

As a member of the development team, the Development Coordinator will contribute to a vigorous program, building constituencies at all levels to obtain support from corporations and individual donors. The Development Coordinator is responsible for maintaining donor data, facilitating donor communications, ensuring accurate gift processing and donor recognition, and conducting donor research to further develop the organization’s support base. The Development Coordinator will represent the organization at various events and activities, and must be passionate about community service and aiding at-risk children and able to articulate that passion in a manner that inspires others. The Development Coordinator will work cooperatively with the staff of Children’s Fund under the direction of the Director of Development. Specific duties include, but are not limited to: 1. Manage the organization’s donor data, including gift processing, tracking activities in donor files, donor research, developing prospect lists, and providing reports as requested. Ensure consistent and accurate updating of volunteer and donor constituent records on an ongoing basis. 2. Provide support for proposal writing and other needs as they arise related to all types of annual giving, including individual, corporate, and foundation solicitations. Assist in grant research and manage the tracking of grant submissions and compliance report deadlines. 3. Oversee all development-related correspondence and mailings, including personalized acknowledgement letters for all gifts received in a timely and accurate fashion. 4. Assist with Children’s Fund’s annual giving program, including data analysis, segmentation, reporting, and managing correspondence. Review and evaluate the program in coordination with appropriate staff, proactively recommending systems enhancements and improvements. 5. Manage the moves management tracking, specifically for leadership gift levels and other major gift donors/prospects. 6. In conjunction with the Director of Development and/or Associate Director of Development, coordinate the organization’s direct mail program, including the development of strategies, list acquisition, appeal letters, program analysis, etc. 7. Contribute to the development of cultivation and solicitation collateral material. 8. Manage the volunteer program, including but not limited to, the on-boarding process of volunteers, tracking volunteer hours, communicating volunteer opportunities and coordinating volunteer needs with pertinent staff, and ensuring volunteers receive instruction and recognition. Coordinate process for solicitation and procurement of In-Kind donations, and oversee the acknowledgement of In-Kind donations with appropriate staff. 9. Provide support for the President’s Society, including communications, renewals, and activities. 10. In conjunction with Director of Development and/or event coordinator, assist with the coordination and management of the logistical details of fundraising events (i.e.: annual golf tournament, donor recognition, etc.), work closely with appropriate staff to establish event goals, objectives, implementation plans, timelines, including procurement of catering, rentals, vendors, etc. to ensure successful events. 11. Manage special event invitation lists, including updating donor database specific to events to track donors, participants and response results, etc. for each event. 12. Other tasks and special projects as assigned by the President/CEO or Director of Development 13. Maintain the confidentiality of the organization and the people we serve. ...
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May 30 2018

License Vocational Nurse

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) Summary: The Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) is responsible for rendering nursing care and health education to individual patients and larger groups of the community in an assigned community based program under the direction of the program manager. Salary: $19.00 - $26.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Obtain proper consent from patients prior to rendering services. Health Education and coordination of care with primary care physicians and specialists. 2. Provide services based on individualized client needs, according to dependent and independent nursing functions and conformance with recognized nursing techniques, procedures, and established standards based on the scope of vocational nursing 3. Perform basic health screenings on assigned patient populations (blood pressure, blood glucose, temperature, heart rate). 4. Maintains complete, confidential and secured ongoing record of health screenings/vitals on selected patients who are receiving ongoing monitoring. 5. Provide ongoing case support to patients experiencing chronic disease where ongoing screening of basic vitals will assist in long term health outcomes. 6. Provide education and encouragement to patients to avoid unhealthy routines and habits that are negatively impacting their health and chronic disease processes. 7. Provides general health education to large population of community members targeted towards disease trends and issues as seen in the local health data as affecting population (s). 8. Develop and implement health education curriculum both for group education and individual patient education as needed. 9. Accompany patient(s) to doctor’s appointments as requested by patient, to assist with understanding of medical issues and to better coordinate care with physicians. 10. Assists patients with pharmacy related issues and concerns as requested by patient. 11. Provides resources and referrals for ancillary services as needed by patients. 12. Research and provides assistance for patients in obtaining resources (insurance, Medicaid, foundation coverage) for medical assistive devices as needed (such as canes, walkers, raised toilet seats, hand rails, adult urinary care supplies, diabetes testing supplies, etc.) 13. Punctual and Regular Attendance 14. All other duties as assigned. Report to: Director/ Program Manager ...
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