Congregational Offices / Posted March 25, 2021
Summary of Open Position
Accounting Services Coordinator and Bookkeeper
The Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland have an immediate opening for a bookkeeper with administrative support experience to serve as an Accounting Services Coordinator.
This full-time position helps to fulfill the Sisters’ mission to transform lives through contemplation, justice and compassion by coordinating resources and providing finance and operational support. Our mission-driven, faith-based organization believes in having a personal/work life balance, and offers flexible scheduling, competitive compensation, and a comprehensive benefits package.
In this role, you will:
- Be responsible for a diverse range of bookkeeping and administrative support duties, including but not limited to, maintaining several general ledger accounts, coordinating government benefits programs, preparing basic/individual tax returns, and managing requests and distribution of fleet, cell phones and credit cards to organization members.
- Utilize your excellent organizational skills and program management skills to respond to requests.
- Feel good knowing that you are able to help the Sisters by providing information and access to needed programs and resources.
- Utilize your interpersonal strengths and experience working with an older population (a plus) to effectively listen and respond to needs appropriately.
- Need to have had experience working in an accounting environment and preparing account reconciliations.
- Enjoy having a variety of responsibilities, often working on more than one project at a time.
- Need a High School Diploma, required; Advanced training in bookkeeping (Associate’s degree/Bookkeeper Certification or additional relevant coursework) preferred.
The Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland are an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment, in accordance with the requirements of all applicable laws, including race, color, religious, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, disability, or medical condition.
About the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland
The Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland are a Catholic order of religious women dedicated to a mission of transforming society through contemplation, justice and compassion. The first religious in the Diocese of Cleveland, the sisters came from France in 1850 and established the first Catholic school in Northern Ohio. While education remains a primary ministry focus, the Ursuline Sisters have expanded their outreach to meet ever-changing needs. Today they also serve within the diocese as parish and hospital/hospice ministers, nurses, missionaries and social service providers.