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Manager – Acra, NY
of Columbia & Greene Counties is seeking a full time qualified and
experienced incumbent to manage and perform the financial functions for the
Association. The Finance Manager works closely with the Association
leadership team to prepare and administer the annual operating budget and
reporting, including to the Association Board of Directors. This position
supervises the Accounts Rep II position. The position also requires regular
travel between the Association Hudson and Acra offices.
Finance Manager also serves as the local Association finance contact for the
Greater Capital Shared Business Network (GCSBN) and serve as a payroll
representative. This position works closely with the GCSBN Regional
Finance Manager to ensure the financial needs of the Association are met in a
timely and efficient manner.
applications must be received on-line by March 6, 2020.
closing dates may change based on Association needs.
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degree in finance, accounting or related field. An Associate’s degree in
finance, accounting, or related field plus two years transferrable
program/function experience may substitute for a Bachelor’s degree.
relevant to the role of the position.
to meet the regular travel requirements associated with this position. A valid
NYS driver's license and ability to drive and driving record acceptable for
agency insurance coverage are required.
to work flexible hours which may include evenings and/or weekends, as
Skills: High level skills in spreadsheet (Microsoft Excel), accounting
software, word processing (Microsoft Word), and internet software. Demonstrated
ability to perform advanced MS Excel and database functions including creating,
manipulating, reporting and maintaining electronic spreadsheets and databases.
to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole
numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
to prepare and maintain accurate, error-free financial and statistical files
and other records.
to learn Cornell-specific accounting software (currently ACCPAC).
to ensure confidentially of information relating to financial and sensitive
personnel matters at all times.
accounting/financial skills. Thorough knowledge of and experience with
accounting policies, practices, procedures and systems. Ability to prepare and
maintain financial and statistical records, including those needed for audits.
ability to communicate effectively through oral, written, Internet and visual
to create and utilize spreadsheets, operate calculators, and maintain an
orderly set of files
to communicate financial recordkeeping needs to others.
to organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines.
be able to demonstrate ability to work as part of a team and to relate and work
effectively with diverse people.
to work independently, make decisions, delegate tasks, attend to details,
handle multiple assignments, set priorities and work under pressure.
to manage long-term goals within a context of day-to-day deadlines.
to creatively solve problems. Ability to gather, assemble, consolidate
and analyze facts and draw conclusions and make recommendations.
demonstrate a high degree of accuracy, integrity, sound professional judgment,
and the ability to handle confidential and sensitive information.
to identify problems and suggest solutions.
Environment: In addition to the Working Conditions; the work environment
characteristics described here are representative of those an employee
encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential
functions. This position works in a typical office environment. In addition,
the position occasionally lifts, moves, or transports office supplies, work
related materials and equipment.
with non-profit, accrual basis of accounting is desirable
with managing and preparing for an outside audit
managing budgets with diverse income streams and high numbers of accounts
working with complex organizations
is a an exempt, full time position.
Compensation of $50,000 annually,
commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits, based on eligibility,
including: Paid time off; NYS Health Insurance Program (including free Dental
Insurance); NYS Retirement; Long-term Disability Insurance; Tax Deferred
Annuity; Flexible Spending Accounts; Group Universal Life Insurance; Personal
Accidental Insurance; Legal Plan Insurance; Long Term Care Insurance; Auto and
Homeowner’s Insurance; Pet Insurance; New York’s College Savings Program
Taste NY Market Clerks
PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS ARE ONLY ACCEPTED ONLINE AT THE
WEBSITE ADDRESS BELOW.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia & Greene
Counties has openings for part-time Taste NY Market Clerks at the Taste NY
Market located at the Capital Region Welcome Center in New Baltimore on the NYS
Thruway (2 miles north of Coxsackie). Depending on the number of hours
per week, benefits may be available including health insurance, NYS retirement,
paid leave and more. $15 per hour.
Taste NY Market Clerks work under the direction and supervision
of the Taste NY Market Manager and Taste NY Assistant Market Manager. Primary
responsibilities include assisting with management of inventory, operation of
cash register, cash controls, transportation of inventory to the store,
customer service, food service and record keeping.
Under the guidance of the supervisor, helps to keep the
store visually distinctive and impeccably maintained – cleaning, preparing
product demonstrations, restocking, refilling supplies, etc.
Clerks also discuss Columbia County & Greene County
agriculture and local foods with customers to engage them in these areas and to
provide information upon request about the food and farm products sold in the
Taste NY Clerk application and details.
CCE provides equal program and employment opportunities.
Last updated February 19, 2020