Professional Development

GALEO & GALEO Impact Fund Are Seeking a Development Director

GALEO & GALEO Impact Fund Are Seeking a Development Director

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

Posted:  March 30, 2021

About GALEO

Mission & Vision

GALEO’s mission is to increase civic engagement and leadership of the Latino/Hispanic community across Georgia.

Vision: GALEO strives for a better Georgia where the Latino community is engaged civically and its contributions and concerns are recognized.

Core Beliefs

Inclusive, Non-Partisan, Diversity, Responsive

Accomplishments

GALEO was instrumental in increasing the Latino/Hispanic vote in Georgia in 2020 by more than 70%.  GALEO founded the longest serving leadership organization for Latino/Hispanic leaders in Georgia, training more than 725 people in 23 cohorts across the state of Georgia, each cohort invest 89 hours in leadership and development training.

Job Description

Become a part of a rapidly growing demographic in Georgia.  GALEO LCDF and the GALEO Impact Fund are seeking our first full time Development Director to lead our fundraising and major gifts efforts to continue expanding our work across Georgia.   This position will work with the 501c3 and 501c4 to achieve annual development goals.  The development director will be the drive of development strategy for GALEO through diversified revenue programs, high level donor cultivation and retention of current supporters.

This position is full time and includes but not limited to:

  • Developing a comprehensive finance plan to meet the needs of the organization at $1M plus annually.
  • Expand and cultivate the donor base for individual as well as corporate donations, including outreach to the philanthropic community.
  • Oversee and develop fundraising programs by setting goals for weekly and monthly and quarterly achievement.
  • Maintain and expand communications with current donors, philanthropic donors and corporate sponsors to expand and develop support.
  • Establish and execute a plan for leveraging existing organizational relationships .
  • Craft and expand digital communications with donors, telling our story as it happens to increase interest and donations.
  • Deliver reports as to the Board of Directors and staff the state goals, achievement and forecasting for success.
  • Work with Board of Directors and staff to expand fundraising opportunities for the organization.
  • Collaborate with staff and volunteers to plan and manage fundraising and donor events.
  • Create and cultivate fundraising teams to build capacity throughout the state of Georgia.
  • Promote the advocacy and voter engagement work that GALEO does to maximize fundraising opportunities.
  • Manage and develop the philanthropic grant application and processes for the organization.
  • Work in conjunction with the CEO and communications team to create materials that speak the work of GALEO to potential donors, sponsors, philanthropy, and corporations.
  • Participate in developing the framework for an Annual Report to meet the needs of multiple stakeholders and which aligns with the organization’s commitment to transparency.
  • Together with the CEO, develop & review annual metrics for determining and measuring key Development goals and performance.
  • Provide input to the CEO to determine systems, operational financial & human resources required to meet Development goals.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by CEO.

Experience:

  • Required 3-5 years of political and non-profit development experience, including managing rapid response donations, and fund development. Proven grant writing, submission and reporting.
  • A proven track record of managing relationships, cultural competency and managing donors at various levels.
  • Experience working within NGP programs, specifically Every Action to maximize donor relations and programs.
  • Ability to work with an engaged Board of Directors and founder that is also the CEO of the organization.
  • Demonstrated ability to work on their own initiatives as well as be an integral part of the team.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus, but NOT required.
  • Enthusiasm and commitment to amplify the voice and leadership of the Latino community in Georgia and advancing progressive issues and campaigns.
  • Must share a commitment to advancing racial justice and equity and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture.
  • Familiarity with the complex issues and obstacles facing communities of color.

Salary & Benefits:

GALEO offers a competitive salary, commensurate with experience.

Salary range:  $55,000.00-$70,000.00, based upon relevant experience.

To Apply:

Please send your resume, cover letter, to jerry@galeo.org by April 15th.  Position will be opened until filled.  Please no phone calls, if there are questions, please send to the email address above.

 

 

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GEORGIA PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION (GPEE) Seeks Policy Analyst

GEORGIA PARTNERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION

Job Description

Policy Analyst

The Organization:

Would you like to make a meaningful contribution to Georgia’s students reaching their potential to succeed in school and in life? If so, you may have a future with the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, a one- of-a-kind, dynamic, small team-oriented organization that is making a bold impact on education policy and practice.

The Georgia Partnership serves as the go-to source for high-quality, unbiased information on Georgia’s most critical education issues. Founded in 1992, we are a non-partisan organization that works diligently to improve educational outcomes and workforce development in Georgia. In achieving this, we 1) convene business, education, civic and government leaders; 2) utilize and disseminate credible research; and 3) advocate for best policies and practices, with the goal of ensuring all Georgia students succeed throughout the education pipeline.

The Position:

The Georgia Partnership is seeking a highly motivated, team-oriented Policy Analyst to play a multi-faceted role in supporting the organization’s education policy research and communications efforts. High-quality public schools are an essential ingredient for Georgia’s inclusive economic recovery and for families and communities to thrive. States with a more educated workforce tend to have stronger economies overall and quality schools help equip communities to compete in today’s global marketplace. Reaching that goal depends on sound policy solutions and relentless support for public schools.

The successful candidate will help the Partnership promote policies and partnerships that ensure every Georgia child has access to a high-quality education and an equitable opportunity to fully participate in Georgia’s growing economy. The job requires an individual who is a great multi-tasker and who brings a ‘can-do,’ inventive attitude that allows for the position to evolve and change with new responsibilities over time.

Responsibilities:

The primary responsibilities of the Policy Analyst will provide research, report writing, and project management in supporting the creation of related communications and publications. The ideal candidate will have research and analytic skills and experience and possess knowledge in one or more of the following subject matter areas: early childhood education, K-12 education, post-secondary education, workforce development and child welfare. The Policy Analyst will report directly to the President and will collaborate with the Partnership’s Communications Director and Strategic Partnership Coordinator. Specific responsibilities include:

  1. Research: Supports the President in identifying and developing the policy/research priorities by:
    • Researching education best-practices to inform policy recommendations, such as for EdQuest
    • Assisting with policy analysis, researching, and authoring of publications and presentations such as Top Ten Issues to Watch, Economics of Education, and other written materials as
    • Compiling and analyzing education data for presentations and programs.
    • Staying abreast of state and federal legislative actions and administrative decisions related to
  2. Communications: Promotes the Partnership’s mission and brand, supporting Communications Director’s work through traditional media, social media, and relationship building, including:
    • Assisting in creating effective resources for stakeholder engagement and advocacy action.
    • Help disseminate the Partnership’s policy analysis and recommendations by authoring blogs, op- eds, and other materials.
    • Deliver presentations to partner organizations and local community and stakeholder
  1. Support: Support Partnership staff across a variety of Partnership programs and events such as:
    • Materials and planning related to the Education Policy Fellowship
    • Providing research and policy related information for Critical Issues Forums, Regional Summits, Regional Workshops, Regional Learning Networks, and other convenings as
    • Manage the coordination of the EdQuest Georgia
    • Support in the design and implementation of special projects targeted at promoting best education practices and policy advancement in

Qualifications and Qualities Required

  1. Education
    • 4-year post-secondary degree required; degrees in communication, policy, research or related fields
    • Advanced degrees in public policy or related fields are desirable; MPA, MPP or PMP

2.     Skills

  • Strong writing
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, including the ability to synthesize qualitative research and quantitative
  • Relevant experience with writing and communications, social media engagement, and journalistic writing
  • Strong networking skills with the ability to build relationships virtually as well as through personal
  • The ability to marry information with visual graphics to tell a story and convey information to an audience in written reports/oral
  • Excellent oral and interpersonal communication
  • Strong organization skills, including the ability to juggle and prioritize multiple projects, while meeting
  • Able to implement big-picture ideas into action steps with minimal day-to-day

3.     Qualities

  • Strong commitment to equity and improving public
  • A can-do attitude and whatever-it-takes willingness to support
  • An entrepreneurial, learning orientation and an ability to embrace and incorporate direct feedback and new
  • Clear demonstration of being both a team player and a self-starter, including exceptional organization and time management
  • Ability to report to and work from office space in downtown Atlanta, Georgia on a regular
  • Ability to travel statewide as
  • Grace under pressure and a good sense of

PROCESS FOR APPLYING

 Send cover letter, resume and writing sample to jobs@gpee.org with “Policy Analyst Application” in the subject line. Position to remain open until filled. No calls please.

Competitive compensation based on experience. Generous benefits package, including health and dental insurance, is offered. This is a full-time position. The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer and nothing in the job posting or description should be construed as an offer or guarantee of employment.

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Full-Time BILINGUAL Administrative Positions – Atlanta and Marietta

Full-Time BILINGUAL Administrative Positions – Atlanta and Marietta

3155 Presidential Drive Suite 104 Atlanta, GA 30340

2255 Sewell Mill Road Suite 120 Marietta, GA 30062

Qualified applicants must be self-motivated, energetic, work with minimal supervision, have a positive attitude, excellent phone manners, demonstrate experience in creative problem solving, work well with deadlines and be able to establish a professional rapport with our clients and business partners. Qualified applicants are expected to understand business marketing strategies while working in a professional environment.

Esta posición requiere que el candidato sea fluido en Español a nivel profesional. Fluent SPANISH at native/professional level and proficiency in professional verbal and written English is required for a pre-screening zoom interview. Applicants must have impeccable English writing skills.

A bachelor’s degree in Marketing and/or Mental Health is preferable. Computer skills needed: MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint) and basic knowledge of Electronic Health Records (EHR) programs such as Theranest.
Applicants must have a valid Georgia Driver’s License and be willing to submit to a drug test and criminal background check within 30 days from employment.

Full-time employees’ starting salary is based on education, qualifications, years of experience and bilingual ability. Starting salary is $15.00 per hour (yearly salary of $31,200) and UP based on qualifications.

We provide paid training for the first week, a professional work environment, competitive full-time salary; paid holidays yearly; retirement plan; health insurance; paid personal leave, bonus based on work performance and opportunity for advancement within the corporation.

Send updated resume to: contact@rdtorecovery.com We are interviewing via zoom on a daily basis.

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GALEO LCDF and GALEO Impact Fund Seek Communications Manager

Communications Manager

The GALEO LCDF & the GALEO Impact Fund are seeking a Communications Manager to help support the expansion of the organization’s communications program. Our ideal candidate is a self-motivated professional with experience working on grassroots issues advocacy or electoral campaigns. The Communications Manager will be responsible for working with GALEO’s leadership team to produce high-quality and engaging content that supports the organization’s goal of registering thousands of Latinos to vote, developing Latinx leaders, and fighting to uphold and expand Latino voting rights and participation in the democratic process. Primary duties include creating informative content for distribution across a variety of print and digital mediums, press releases, articles, presentations, and other media-related and public facing content. The successful candidate will be a culturally fluent communicator with strong presentation and organizational skills.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

  • Support state-based campaigns; increase social media and stakeholder engagement; maintain a pulse on current events and drive messaging.
  • Write a wide range of communications materials–– press releases, op-ed, social media copy, toolkits, blog posts, and other web content.
  • Assist team with proofreading and supporting content creation.
  • Assist in research and run social media metrics reports for a range of campaigns.
  • Provide cross-functional support of all communications needs.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • A great fit for someone who wants to work on building coalitions through communications and establishing a high-functioning social media program.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS NEEDED:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or equivalent.
  • At least 2-3 years of communications experience in a political or progressive issue campaign environment.
  • Strong background in, or strong familiarity with, civic engagement organizing and/or political campaigns.
  • A self-starter who is able to hop in on projects and contribute ideas from the start.
  • Candidate must be fully bilingual (conversation and written communications) in both English and Spanish.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to pay close attention to detail.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, a sense of humor, and ability to work collaboratively with a close-knit team
  • Ability to work independently and produce quality content with minimal instruction.
  • Demonstrated experience meeting deadlines and providing fast turn-around of quality communications.
  • Demonstrated ability to be flexible and able to adapt quickly to meet project needs.
  • Ability to work long and irregular hours when necessary

PREFERRED SKILLS:

  • Proficiency with Google suite and social media tools

Location

  • Metro Atlanta area; Remote

Salary

  • Salary based upon experience.

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Please email a cover letter, resume, one writing sample in English and one writing sample in Spanish, and three professional references to Jerry Gonzalez at jerry@galeo.org. No phone calls or inquiry emails, please.
  • Applications will be accepted and considered on a rolling basis. This position is fulltime salaried position and will remain open until filled.

GALEO LCDF and GALEO Impact Fund are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified persons are encouraged to apply, regardless of race, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, ancestry, age, height, weight, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, HIV status, marital or domestic partner status, or religious affiliation.

 

 

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UNG is hiring hiring a full-time Administrative Assistant

The University of North Georgia Migrant Programs are hiring a full-time Administrative Assistant. The position is on the UNG Gainesville campus and fully benefited. The standard hiring range is $14.76-$16.24 an hour.

Job Summary

The University of North Georgia is currently accepting applications for an Administrative Assistant I on the Gainesville campus. Under the moderate supervision of the Director of Migrant Programs & Services, the Administrative Assistant will coordinate and support the director and program staff for the successful implementation of the High School Equivalency Program (HEP) and the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at the University of North Georgia. The HEP project is a federally funded program designed to support students from migrant and seasonal farm-worker background to obtain a GED. HEP assists with financial assistance and academic support services to attain a GED and sequentially, obtain a job, enroll in post-secondary education, or join the military. CAMP is a federally funded program designed to support students from migrant and seasonal farm-worker backgrounds during their first year in college and beyond. The CAMP program provides students with financial assistance and support services to prepare them to continue their post-secondary education. The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support while planning and coordinating various record-keeping activities to ensure grant compliance. This position is contingent on grant funding.

Special Applicant Instructions

Please submit contact information for three professional references.

Responsibilities

  • Monitor fiscal operations and transactions of both projects: reconcile budget expenditures and allocations; prepare budget amendments, purchase requisitions, check requests; and travel reimbursement paperwork. Prepare employment personnel actions. Collaborate with p-card holder and various vendors to make purchases.
  • Creates and maintains budget expenditure and projects compliance binders. Create forms and documents using Microsoft Office, PDF, other online formats for budget and general program purposes. Collaborate with various university departments to help maintain grant compliance.
  • Coordinate the hiring process for student staff; assist in student staff supervision/training; and approves their time. Maintains/organizes storage space, shared workspace, and conducts supply inventories. Oversight and implementation of programs student computer loan program.
  • Create room reservations; coordinates electronic and physical file systems for the success and compliance of the projects. Coordinates student file audits for long term storage. Provide support for all projects programming initiatives.
  • Collaborates with programs enrollment coordinators to maintain programs websites and social media presence. Collaborates with programs Associate Directors and Director in data collection and management for assessment and reporting purposes.
  • Provide budgetary support to the Migrant Student Union and Director to ensure allocated student activity fee funds are appropriately spent to university guidelines.
  • Coordinate and support the Director and program staff with other administrative duties as assigned for the projects success.
  • The position is expected to work during UNG office hours with some evening and weekend hours as needed. May occasionally work Saturdays and some evenings.

 

Knowldege, Skills, & Abilities

  • Must have strong computer/technology, social media, and Microsoft Office skills.
  • Higher education general knowledge and ability to demonstrate empathy towards the plight of migrant/seasonal/agricultural work and life.
  • Must have knowledge of office practices, procedures, systems and equipment.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong background as a team player; Ability to work under moderate direction/supervision, to meet deadlines, complete tasks, and adjust to fluctuating workloads.
  • Ability to be organized, manage multiple tasks, and prioritize duties.
  • Be able to move or lift up to 25lbs.

Required Qualifications

  • High School Diploma/GED or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
  • Four years of administrative support/coordination experience is required.
  • Must have reliable vehicle and valid driver’s license.
  • The position is contingent upon reaching assigned goals, successfully meeting all job responsibilities, and continuation of the grant.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • Higher education experience preferred.
  • Experience in HEP, CAMP or similar educational grant projects and knowledge of their inner workings is highly preferred.
  • Bilingual skills in Spanish and English is preferred.

Required Documents to Attach

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter

About Us

Located in the fastest-growing region of the state, the University of North Georgia is a multi-campus university with an enrollment of nearly 20,000 students, making it one of the largest institutions in the University System of Georgia. UNG is focused on a mission of educational excellence, leadership development and community engagement opportunities that develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society. Through a variety of educational pathways that provide access and range from certificates and associate degrees to a professional doctoral program, UNG is responsive to regional education and economic development needs. Federally designated as a senior military college, one of the university’s signature leadership programs is its 800-member Corps of Cadets on UNG’s Dahlonega Campus.

Conditions of Employment

Offers of employment are contingent upon completion of a background investigation including a criminal background check demonstrating your eligibility for employment with the University of North Georgia, as determined by University of North Georgia in its sole discretion, confirmation of the credentials and employment history reflected in your application materials and, if applicable, a satisfactory credit check. Applicants may be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The University of North Georgia, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sex or national origin, age, disability, religion, genetics or veteran status. Georgia is an open records state. Also, UNG is a federal contractor and desires priority referrals of protected veterans.

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Contract or Fellowship Opportunity: Assistant Disinformation Analyst

Contract or Fellowship Opportunity: Assistant Disinformation Analyst

Hiring immediately

 

Common Cause Education Fund is hiring an Assistant Disinformation Analyst contractor or fellow to assist with our Stopping Cyber Suppression program, part of the national nonpartisan Election Protection Coalition.

 

Time commitment: Contractors must be able to do a minimum of 20 hours a week, but full-time opportunity available as well. Fellowships are available for current students but must be able to devote time during business hours each day of the week.

 

Background:

Foreign actors, online trolls, and partisan activists will deploy voter intimidation and misinformation in the 2020 election cycle at an even greater level than we have ever seen before. And with the coronavirus pandemic disrupting the election process (including registration and voting), voters are at an even heightened risk of disinformation attacks from both foreign and domestic bad actors.

Common Cause Education Fund has been leading a rapid response social media monitoring and anti-disinformation project for Election Protection since 2016. However, social media has also become more challenging to monitor centrally, as closed-group social networks like WhatsApp and Facebook are now the primary vectors for damaging disinformation. We are building a network of grassroots volunteers to monitor social media for disinformation and promote accurate nonpartisan voter information. This will result in thousands of disinformation tips and issues submitted to our database.

 

The role and deliverables: assist our Disinformation Analyst in reviewing thousands of disinformation reports. Triage the most important disinformation reports for rapid response. Set up smart social listening and assist state partners with smart social listening strategies. Review and triage cyber suppression submissions from our grassroots network to make sure the most dangerous or trending disinformation is known to organizations and state leads across Election Protection (and provide related inoculation and corrective content).

Key Activities:

• Analyze social media via advanced analytic tools (Crowdtangle) and report overperforming posts containing election/voting disinfo.

• Search Twitter daily or multiple times daily for common disinformation terms to assist removal from the platform.

• Review our database of disinformation and create connections between examples to understand broader narratives and trends.

• Review our database of disinformation for foreign-language content that can be sent to partners for translation.

 

Timing: starting immediately and running through Nov. 30, 2020 with possible extension into December.

 

Budget: A full-time contractor is budgeted at $5,000/month; pro-rated for part-time contractors. Fellows are available for current students with limited hours, with a stipend of $1,500 for the entirety of the program.

 

Contact:

Jesse Littlewood jlittlewood@commoncause.org

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Gwinnett County is now accepting applications for an Elections Associate II.

Gwinnett County is now accepting applications for an Elections Associate II. This position will report to the Elections area of the division and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: polling location and precinct review and maintenance; election system testing and maintenance; equipment and supply inventory; street/address research and districting.

For additional information and to apply, visit www.gwinnettcountyjobs.com

Application closing date: September 28, 2020

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Job Description – Domestic Violence /Legal Advocate

Job Description – Domestic Violence /Legal Advocate

The Domestic violence Advocate conducts initial assessments with domestic violence clients to identify existing or anticipated legal issues, and provides direct services, referrals, and resources to support clients. The Domestic violence Advocate performs all job functions in a, culturally and linguistically competent manner.

Domestic Violence Advocate responsibilities include:

• Provide culturally appropriate legal advocacy, including assisting clients in filling out restraining order paperwork, filing, and attending injunction hearings, immigration assistance, and support services for refugee and immigrant domestic violence survivors within metro Atlanta.
• Accompany survivors to court proceedings.
• Adhere to organization policies and work rules, including confidentiality and code of ethics.
• Transportation to meetings and other appointments as needed.

• Engage with domestic violence providers to coordinate service delivery and identify/address issues that have an impact on victims.

• Document all interactions with clients and follow up with appropriate documentation in files- accurately and within agency deadline requirements.
• Keep detailed records of all client services provided.

• Abide by professional confidentiality guidelines of organization.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

• Fluency in written and spoken English and Spanish

• Demonstrated sensitivity to and knowledge of issues involved in working with diverse populations and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or other trauma;

• Ability to work independently and as part of a diverse multidisciplinary team; and

• Prior experience working with immigrant populations will be weighed favorably. • Valid Georgia automobile license, use of own auto, and proof of insurance necessary;
• Minimum education of a bachelor’s degree social work (BSW) or an equivalent degree, or work experience Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

• Effective oral and written communication skills.

• Must demonstrate an acceptance and respect for cultural diversity in all its forms, including ethnicity, sexual orientation, abilities, and religious backgrounds & demonstrated ability to serve individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds. To Apply: Please send resume to Limia Obadi at Limia@tapestri.org

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Employment Opportunity- City of Morrow

The City of Morrow is seeking qualified applicants for a Senior Accountant
employment opportunity. This position is responsible for assisting with core
financial functions and administration within the Finance Department.
Duties may include assistance with budget preparation, payroll, accounts
payables and receivables, internal auditing, and financial record keeping.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
*       Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and related experience preferred in
municipal or County government and\or equivalent combination of education
and experience.
*       Five (5) years’ experience in Government Accounting position.
*       Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
*       Valid Georgia Driver’s License
*       Acceptable Motor Vehicle Report (3 years)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
*       CPA Certification
*       Knowledge of Governmental Accounting software

For full job description and to apply visit: www.cityofmorrow.com

The City of Morrow is an equal opportunity employer and we consider
applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a
non-job-related medical condition or disability, or any other legally
protected status.

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The City of Morrow is seeking qualified applicants for a Senior Accountant employment opportunity

The City of Morrow is seeking qualified applicants for a Senior Accountant
employment opportunity. This position is responsible for assisting with core
financial functions and administration within the Finance Department.
Duties may include assistance with budget preparation, payroll, accounts
payables and receivables, internal auditing, and financial record keeping.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
*       Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and related experience preferred in
municipal or County government and\or equivalent combination of education
and experience.
*       Three five (5) years’ experience in General Accounting position,
preferably with a government.
*       Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
*       Knowledge of Governmental Accounting software
*       Valid Georgia Driver’s License
*       Acceptable Motor Vehicle Report (3 years)

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
*       CPA Certification

For full job description and to apply visit: www.cityofmorrow.com

The City of Morrow is an equal opportunity employer and we consider
applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, marital or veteran status, the presence of a
non-job-related medical condition or disability, or any other legally
protected status.

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