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Bookkeeper

Jun 28 2017 | Detroit Waldorf School | Detroit

The Detroit Waldorf School seeks a part-time bookkeeper, twenty hours per week. This is a year round hourly position. This position reports to the Business Manager.

The ideal candidate has a solid understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounting principles. An associates degree and experience working in Quickbooks, Microsoft office products including excel and word and a variety of internet tools is preferred. Primary responsibilities include check writing, banking, ACH deposits, reconciliations, collections, payroll, general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable and special projects.

About us: The Detroit Waldorf School is a multi-racial and multi-cultural school, celebrating its 50th year in the heart of the Detroit renaissance. We have the honor of being one of the ten oldest Waldorf schools in the United States. We offer a full curriculum and we are accredited by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North American and the Independent Schools Association of Central States. Our school has a strong early childhood program, including a Kindergarten specific class that serves as a bridge to the grades. Our elementary program includes two languages, eurythmy, handwork, arts, remedial resource program, music/orchestra, physical education and an after school sports program. Our school resides in a beautiful 1920’s historical building situated on a 4-acre campus with an organic garden.

How to apply: The application process includes, but is not limited to: an introductory campus tour and a hiring interview. Interested candidates are asked to submit a cover letter, resume, and two professional references, via email to [email protected] or by mail to Detroit Waldorf School, 2555 Burns, Detroit, MI 48214. We encourage you to visit our website to learn more about our school at www.detroitwaldorf.org.

The Detroit Waldorf School does not discriminate in admissions, hiring or employment practices on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, age or other statuses protected by law. Furthermore, parents, students, faculty, staff members and board members are all expected to conduct themselves and discharge their responsibilities in accordance with the school's non-discrimination policy

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