The accountant is responsible for the association financial data, accounts payable and receivable, reporting, daily financial entries, and reconciliations. Managing daily accounting tasks such as monthly financial reporting, general ledger entries, and recording payments and adjustments, the accountant is someone that is capable and confident with QuickBooks Online and working with internal and external auditors.
As such, the ideal candidate will have a proven track record of sound accounting practices with a strong background of working within a standalone environment, be a highly organized and detail-oriented individual, and able to fulfill both short-term and long-term objectives without losing sight of day-to-day tasks. Their focus is bringing financial processes to the next level as a hands-on doer -- not just a planner or delegator.
Payroll, prepare employee salary statements and process paychecks. Maintain payroll files and create reports and ensure all payroll procedures are in line with governmental laws and policies.
We are a small, tightly knit team, and we take pride in providing our association members with exceptional customer service. A comfortable learning ability, about our industry is a must as well as being able to multitask. Annual conference requires all hands-on deck. Event planning experience a plus!
Our office is located south of downtown, Austin, TX 78741. Travel is expected in this position but limited to once or twice a year. Schedule, Full-Time, 40 hours per week, exempt position. Hours generally fall between 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Salary dependent on experience, ranging between $60,000 to $70,000. Vacation, holidays, and sick time provided. Retirement benefits of 7% of monthly salary are awarded after 3-month evaluation. Currently, no health or dental benefits.
3 yrs. accounting experience (preferred)
Quick Books, Online, Experience (required)
Understanding of HR and Safety compliances
Payroll experience (required)
Some College (preferred)
Experience working with Non-Profit Associations (preferred)
Event Planning (not required, but a plus)
Communication skills, written and oral
Works cooperatively with others to achieve common goals
TAAO is a non-profit association that is a leader in property tax education and has been providing networking opportunities for tax professionals throughout the great state of Texas for more than 80 years. The association is governed by an elected Executive Board of Directors and Regional Directors in addition to the entire statewide membership.