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POSITION SUMMARY: The Accounts Payable Specialist reviews bills, employee reimbursement request, check request and statements, to verify amounts owed. Prepares payables, allocate cost and processes payments for vendor bills and other financial obligations in QuickBooks through Accounts Payable, write check or general journal entries with proper classifications in accordance with internal accounting policies. Responsible for entering bills, recording credit card transactions, importing electronic transactions, apply credits to specific bills, handling refunds from vendors, preparing unpaid bills report, tracking outstanding receipts, outstanding checks, recurring vendor bills and assisting with payment transactions. Maintain and reconciles the accounts payable ledger to source documents. Responsible for simultaneously managing multiple accounting workflows with accuracy and completeness, to properly set-up and manage vendor accounts in QuickBooks, establish and monitor recurring vendor payments, maintaining paper and electronic files and performs other accounting and clerical functions as required. Collects and compiles documentation in support of grant expenditure reports and assist the Accounting Supervisor in completion of all grant reports, responding to vendor inquiries, collect and processing W-9’s, audit preparation, and processing year-end 1099 distribution to vendors.
REQUIREMENTS: Education: Associates Degree in Accounting/Finance discipline preferred or High School Diploma with three years equivalent experience in the accounting/finance field (non-profit experience preferred). Must demonstrate an understand accounting fundamentals such as debits, credits, accounts payable, general ledger, journal entries, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and budgets. Must have prior high level work experience using QuickBooks for Accounts Payable and credit card transactions. Ability to use software applications such as Microsoft Office.
The Youth Services Prevention Specialist will provide drug and alcohol awareness directly to targeted populations (K-12) in various settings. Assists in the development and coordination of substance abuse prevention, working with schools, after school groups, summer day camp, community groups and other agencies. These individuals will work with youth ages Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Education: A Bachelor’s degree in the social/behavioral sciences or related field is preferred, or a high school diploma or equivalent with three years of professional experience in the social service field. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. Must possess or be in the process of obtaining Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist (OPCS) certification.
The Intervention Specialist will work in our Applications, for Purpose, Pride and Success (APPS) department as a liaison between youth, parents and teachers providing high-risk youth with strategies for violence intervention and crisis response actions that include responding to specific gang-related confrontation, mediating, and diffusing hostile tensions, and promoting conflict resolution and peace by building activities in the community and surrounding neighborhoods. These individuals will work with primarily youth and young adults ages 14-23.
REQUIREMENTS: Education: A Bachelor’s degree in the social/behavioral sciences or related field is preferred, or a high school diploma or equivalent with three years of professional experience in the social service field. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus. Must possess a basic understanding of violence intervention and gang awareness and its related problems.
This position will afford the opportunity to serve the adult population diagnosed with mental health and/or substance use disorders served at the outpatient treatment site. Provide direct services as needed to consumers to evaluate needs, link to resources/services, and help in identifying stability strategies. Advocates for consumers in a safe and culturally appropriate manner.
REQUIREMENTS: Education: Associates degree in human services or behavior health. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two-years’ experience in human services or behavioral science with Two years of experience in the field of mental health and/or substance use treatment. Associates degree in human services or behavior health. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two-years’ experience in human services or behavioral science with Two years of experience in the field of mental health and/or substance use treatment.
How To Apply
Must pass a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screening.
CND is an Equal Opportunity Employer