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Looking for an exciting opportunity where you can make a difference in the community? Bethany House Services is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering homeless and at-risk families with the solutions to achieve housing stability and long-term self-sufficiency.   Bethany House Services (BHS) is looking for you.

Then check out these job opportunities….

Housing Case Manager

In this role you will be responsible for coordinating case management services for assigned cases identified by the Coordinated Assessment system to the various housing Programs. You will assist the client in developing an individual action case management plan which will result in personal and family stabilization, gaining knowledge and accessibility to community resources, obtaining referrals for job training, employment, income assistance and relocation to permanent, affordable housing. You will also provide follow-up services as required by RRH for families who move to permanent housing.

You must have a Bachelor’s degree in social work; License to practice social work in Ohio is preferred; If unlicensed must be willing to sit for license within 6 months of employment; Minimum of 5 years’ experience working with homeless population preferred.

As an essential business, you  must be able to work with the safety protocols under any pandemic condition which requires infection control precautions including a pandemic outbreak.

Staff Accountant II-Accounts Receivables

This position reports to the CFO, and is responsible for performing a variety of accounting and administrative tasks in support of the agency’s work. The Staff Accountant II is responsible for accounts receivables as it pertains to financial, administrative, and record-keeping procedures and works with colleagues to identify opportunities to streamline systems and improve service.

Prepares monthly government billing and financial reports for program directors.

Processes biweekly payroll including expense reports and 401(k), performs account reconciliations, assist with audit preparations, assist with month end closing, journal entries  and perform other accounting duties as assigned.

The most qualified candidate is required to have a Bachelor Degree in accounting and a minimum of 5-7 years in accounting. You should have demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and accounting programs including Blackbaud; superior communication skills required, and knowledge of computer networking and common word-processing software, databases, spreadsheets, and communication technology; and demonstrated ability to work effectively with auditors, volunteers and in a team environment.

As an essential business, you  must be able to work with the safety protocols under any pandemic condition which requires infection control precautions including a pandemic outbreak.

Contact

Mary Bennett Brown, Human Resources Director 

513-557-2404 or email her at mbrown@bhsinc.org

for more information about this position.