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Accounting help needed


  • Virtual Opportunity
  • WHEN
    Ongoing

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DESCRIPTION

As we are a very small team to run the operations of this very large consortium, we would appreciate support from an experienced Accountant (min. 5 years) to help maintain proper bookkeeping and accounting systems. At the beginning of their involvement, the experienced Accountant would support us in setting up a proper bookkeeping system, which we do not have at the moment. Your contribution will help us be in better financial health. Thank you.

Responsibilities (Working with the Network Director and COO):

- Set up a system to keep track of incoming and outgoing expenses.
- Maintain the accounts of record using the system put in place.
- Record transactions.
- Preparing financial reports and statements monthly for presentation to the Network Director and COO.
- Prepare quarterly reports with last year’s budget, this year and forecasts for the upcoming year.

We are a pan-canadian team. The work would be virtual only.

Please do not contact us by phone. We are working from home and can only be contacted through the email we provided.

Who You'll be Assisting

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Nathalie Bélanger

We are a group of 340+ Canadian researchers putting our heads together to find solutions to prevent or even cure dementia, and to better help those with lived experience of dementia.


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Who You'll be Assisting

organization logo

Nathalie Bélanger

We are a group of 340+ Canadian researchers putting our heads together to find solutions to prevent or even cure dementia, and to better help those with lived experience of dementia.