Financial and Project Administrator
Part time, 2.5 days/week
Transportation Options (T.O.) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering Sustainable Mobility/Tourism solutions and ideas across Ontario by engaging in projects that research, develop and promote new transportation and tourism choices that are integrated, environmentally sound, healthy, service oriented, and user-focused (www.transportationoptions.org).
The Financial and Project Administrator will build core capacity to support our growing roster of projects, which include the Welcome Cyclists network (www.welcomecyclists.ca ) and the award winning Bike Train initiative (www.biketrain.ca ).
This is a three month half-time position, with the potential for renewal based on funding availability. Hours are flexible.
1. Financial Administration:
o Audit preparation
o Preparation of HST Return
o Preparation of cheques for monthly expenses and payroll, including keeping appropriate paperwork for financial records
o Tracking expenses and managing cashflow
o Management of the chart of accounts and project accounting system
o Assist with financial reporting to funders
o Oversight of bookkeeper and/or entry of items into the books
o Preparation of financial reports for board meetings – including development of project-by-project reporting format
o Assistance with budget development for fundraising proposals
2. Administrative Support
o Assist with development of Welcome Cyclists administrative framework
o Coordinate Welcome Cyclists database updates
o Respond to program related inquiries by email and phone
3. Policies and Governance Support:
o Board meeting coordination
o Coordinate Personnel Policy updates and Workplace Safety Protocols development
o Assist with other governance issues as necessary
o Assistance with proposal development
o Coordinate development of Transportation Options website
– Post secondary education in accounting, non-profit administration management, and/or 5 years experience in a similar role
– Proficiency in Quickbooks, Excel, and MS Word
– Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills
– Experience working in the non-profit sector
– Ability to work independently and as part of a team
– Fundraising and proposal development experience would be an asset
– Board coordination and policy development experience would be an asset
East York Civic Centre, Toronto
Wednesday December 8. Interviews to be held from December 16 to 20.
How to apply:
Submit a resume and cover letter by email to Louisa Mursell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only candidates who are selected for interviews will be contacted.