The Staff Accountant will be responsible for managing the general accounting and financial processes associated with the Network and Equity Homes. Click the link for the full job description and application instructions.
The Community Impact Network (Network) is a private operating foundation that builds equity by serving those who create opportunities for people in the 24:1 community to learn, live, and leave a legacy. The 24:1 community includes the people who live in the municipalities and sections of unincorporated north St. Louis County that make up the Normandy Schools Collaborative school district.
The Network has about sixty member organizations that collectively serve the 24:1 community in the Networks three priority areas: (1) Network members create opportunities for people to access quality education throughout their life (Learning); (2) Network members create opportunities for people to be safe and healthy, get a job, have a child, move through the housing continuum, and experience economic mobility (Living); and (3) Network members create opportunities for people to leave a positive legacy for future generations (Leave a Legacy).
The Networks staff serve in three principal ways: (1) by listening to community stakeholders to inform them how the Network does its work and to identify community needs, goals, and dreams (Engaging); (2) by working with service providers to address community needs, improve services, craft solutions to challenges, align around shared objectives, and build connections between community members and those who serve them (Collaborating); and (3) providing a suite of supportive services, including financial, strategic, and organizational resources, to service providers working in the Networks priority areas (Investing).
The Networks sister organization, Equity Homes, is also a Network member. Equity Homes serves the 24:1 community by creating opportunities for people to live in affordable quality homes through catalytic renovations and constructive demolition. The Network and Equity Homes operate with a combined annual budget of about $15 million and have roughly 30 full-time employees. The Staff Accountant will be an employee of The Equity Network, the management entity that employs the Network and Equity Homes.
The Staff Accountant will be responsible for managing the general accounting and financial processes associated with the Network and Equity Homes.
The Staff Accountant, part of the accounting team, will be responsible for day-to-day accounting tasks. The Staff Accountant will ensure the organizations' finances run smoothly, including cost analysis and reporting, proper execution and recording of financial transactions, and compliance with financial regulations.