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RAMP FINANCE DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT

The Ramp Finance Department  Assistant supports the finance department through a variety of administrative tasks. Requiring an individual with the highest level of character and integrity, this assistant ensures all duties are accurately completed in a timely manner with great attention to detail. The Finance Admin Assistant must have a teachable attitude and must be willing to learn through a hands-on, task-oriented approach.

 

Positions Available: 1

Direct Report: Finance Director 

 

Time frame and Commitment: August 11, 2024- May 2nd, 2025 

Desired skill sets for the finance student employee include:
 

  • Proven administrative or assistant experience

  • Knowledge of and familiarity with office management systems and procedures

  • Excellent Time Management

  • Ability to prioritize work

  • Attention to detail

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Organization and excellent systematic order

  • Knowledge of general accounting procedures would be preferred but is not required

  • Written and oral communication skills

  • Task-oriented; ability to stay on task and complete a checklist

  • Ability to keep finance records confidential 

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assisting in maintaining the Ramp's donor records 

  • Data entry on various financial management platforms, including Quickbooks, PushPay, and Populi

  • Assisting with filing responsibilities in the finance office

  • Communication with employees about receipts and adherence to finance policies

  • Communication with students about payment notices and adherence to finance policies

  • Assistance with the preparation of conference, church, and store deposits

                       

As a member of the Ramp Finance Department, you will have the opportunity to work alongside our staff, seeing what biblical stewardship looks like in an organized ministry setting. You will grow in your ability to communicate and administrate and will learn what it looks like to apply kingdom principles in business and finance. 

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