You're a detail–oriented, collaborative finance professional with non–profit experience.
We're a dynamic team, focused on fueling the success of our 200+ independent member schools across New England. Let's work together!
This is an immediate opening, based in our office in Milton, MA. Reporting to our Executive Director, the Finance Manager serves as the accounting and bookkeeping expert on our team.
- Maintain accurate and comprehensive financial transaction records in QuickBooks: maintain and balance accounts; post transactions; reconcile entries
- Comply with federal, state and local legal requirements
- Manage accounts payable and receivable
- Maintain and balance general ledger
- Close and reconcile each month in a timely manner
- Prepare monthly financial reports
- Maintain historical records: file documents
- Support budget setting and quarterly reporting
- Prepare and manage annual audit
Experience and Qualifications:
- Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or Finance
- Minimum five years experience in a professional environment, including non–profit experience
- Thorough knowledge of Quickbooks, including set–up and report design
- GAAP accounting principle expertise
- Direct experience managing an annual non–profit audit
- Commitment to proactively and thoroughly researching and resolving discrepancies
- Experience supporting budget setting and projections
- Excellent organizational skills and detail orientation
- Strong communication and writing skills
- Ease with technology and proficiency in learning new systems
- Interest in and experience with collaborating to identify best–in–class technology solutions
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to:
Claire Leheny, Executive Director, AISNE:
The Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE) is a nonprofit, professional association serving over 200 independent schools in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine. AISNE schools encompass both religiously affiliated and secular institutions and represents a remarkable variety of grade ranges, enrollment sizes, pedagogies, missions, values and community members.
The Association supports the shared goals and diverse character of its schools by providing guidance, data, accreditation and a broad range of professional development opportunities to its members, and by actively advocating for the value of independent school education to families seeking wider choices for their children.
With an ongoing commitment to equity and inclusion, the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE) shapes the educational landscape for independent schools through leadership, education, service, and strategic advocacy.