The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN) is an international nonprofit organization headquartered in Chicago, IL. Our mission is to alleviate world hunger by supporting food banks where they exist, and by working collaboratively to create them in communities where they are needed. Founded in 2006, GFN now connects more than 800 food banks in 32 countries, spanning five continents, that together serve 8 million people annually.
GFN is seeking an experienced bookkeeper/admin for 20-24 hours per week to assist with accounting and administrative functions.
Description of Duties / Responsibilities:
Prepare check requests, record and process accounts payable
Enter monthly general journal entries
Review staff expense reports, tie receipts, assure adherence to policy
Assist in month-end closing
Maintain office supplies inventory
General office administration
Other duties as assigned
Associates degree or higher – Emphasis on Accounting preferred
Minimum of 2 years professional office experience
Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to think critically and work independently.
Ability to multi-task
To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and please include the job title in the subject.
The Global FoodBanking Network embraces a philosophy that recognizes and values diversity. Its goal is to attract, develop, and retain a talented, diverse workforce in a culture where all employees will contribute to their fullest potential.
Additional Salary Information: Based on Experience Level
About The Global FoodBanking Network
Founded in 2006, The Global FoodBanking Network (GFN) is an international development organization that works to alleviate hunger through food banking. Its mission is to start food banks in communities where they are needed and to support those where they already exist. Its vision is a thriving network of food banks that nourish the world.
Food banking began in 1967 in the United States and has flourished as a community-based model to redistribute edible food that would otherwise go to waste to those facing hunger. This model is now being carried out at a national scale in the US and throughout Europe, and with GFN’s help, increasingly in emerging markets.
GFN directly serves food banks in more than 30 countries in Central and South America, Asia, Australia, and limitedly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Currently, it achieves its mission through five primary offerings to the food banks it directly serves:
• It partners with local leaders to launch food banks in communities where they are both needed and feasible;
• It invests in food banking organizations through training, technical assistance, programming, and grants to support their effectiveness;
• It forges partnerships... with leading multinational donors to increase investment, product donations, and employee engagement in both GFN and food banks around the world;
• It offers best practice sharing to food bank leaders; and
• It sets and enforces global standards for food bank operations to both strengthen organizations and enable multinational investment from donors of product and funds in a trusted network.