The Annie E. Casey Foundation is dedicated to building a brighter future for all children, families and communities in the United States. The Casey Foundation aims to be not only a place that does great work — but also a great place to work.
At Casey, you will find a dynamic environment with staff of diverse backgrounds and perspectives who share a deep commitment to advancing the Foundation’s mission.
The Foundation is looking for an individual with experience in accounts payable to be an integral part of its Finance team. As an accounting specialist, you will:
• review and process approved requests for payment; • prioritize and complete payables within five days or less; • reconcile the monthly corporate travel account; • upload program-related expenses in the Grants Management System on a monthly basis; • set up vendor automated clearing house information; and • prepare, review and transmit bank deposits.
The ideal candidate will have at least a high school diploma and three years of accounts payable experience. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel is required, and knowledge of Concur software is preferred. A strong commitment to, and appreciation for, racial and ethnic equity and inclusion is a must.
Casey is committed to helping staff learn and grow, enabling them to bring their best selves to work by offering a range of professional development opportunities, including tuition reimbursement, conferences and training to further develop their skills and expertise. The Foundation also provides a generous benefits package.
Please submit your resume and a cover letter describing how you fit the qualifications above, why you are the best person for this job and why working for the Foundation as an accounting specialist interests you. The Foundation will not consider resumes submitted without a cover letter.
Read the full job description and apply online at www.aecf.org/about/jobs
Internal Number: 1069
About The Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a private charitable organization dedicated to helping build better futures for disadvantaged children in the United States. The primary mission of the Foundation is to foster public policies, human service reforms and community supports that more effectively meet the needs of today’s vulnerable children and families. The Foundation distributes approximately $187 million annually in grants to organizations that help states, cities, and neighborhoods improve the life outcomes of these children and families.