About the Role
CCCC is currently seeking a talented and motivated individual to join our finance team as a Bookkeeper
Maintain the general ledger and fund accounting system.
Aid in the development and implementation of improvements to agency operations
Prepare monthly back reconciliation
Prepare and compile documentation for 941 reconciliation.
Assist in month end closings
Monitor postage meter usage
Review check requests/ validate expenses, charges and expenses allocations
Maintain agency’s fixed assets ledger and inventory for fiscal managers sign off
Prepare monthly account analysis
Prepare year end audit schedules
Liaison with vendors and providers
Responsible for timely payments employee pensions, health insurance and withholdings
Prepare cash receipts summary for posting to the ledger
Prepare cash flow analysis
Maintain files supporting all payments for CCCC and NJ DFD audits
Comply with requests for payment reports from auditors working for child care providers
Provide access to fiscal information and records for DFD staff or other state/federal staff for audits or compliance reviews
Document client and provider records
Notify DCF, Institutional Abuse Unit, if reasonable cause to believe that a child has been subjected to abuse and or neglect, following CCCC complaint policy reporting procedure
Other tasks as assigned
Bachelor’s Degree in related field
Minimum two years accounting experience
About the Company
Community Coordinated Child Care of Union County is a not for profit resource and referral agency. We attempt to meet the wide range of needs families face as they raise young children.
We believe that all families should have good child care that they can afford. CCCC works with parents, community, business, and government. CCCC helps parents find services to help them.
The agency helps the early childhood centers and family child care providers by giving training and other help to improve their programs.