Job Opening: Volunteer Bookkeeper

Are you looking for bookkeeping experience to enhance your full time job search?  Or do you love bookkeeping but don’t want the stress of tight deadlines and long hours?  Or do you want to give back to the San Miguel mission?

The San Miguel School is seeking a part time volunteer Bookkeeper reporting to the Director of Finance and Operations.

Our Mission Statement:

San Miguel School, a Lasallian middle school, provides a high quality, holistic education for boys from diverse and challenging backgrounds.

In a caring, safe, and structured environment, we foster a spirit of mutual respect and brotherhood among all students. We walk with our students and their families throughout their educational journey at San Miguel School and beyond.

Inspired by the pillars of faith, service, and community, each “Miguel Man” is encouraged to learn, to serve, and to grow to reach his full potential.

Position Description:

  • Process bills and payments

  • Record revenues, expenses, employee business expenses and payroll in general ledger

  • Reconcile bank statements and petty cash monthly

  • Occasional numerical analyses

Requirements:

  • Familiarity with QuickBooks

  • Approximately 4-6 hours per week

  • Hours are flexible but ideally on Tu/We/Th between 8am - 4pm

Thank you for your consideration.  Please email cover letter and resume to employment@sanmiguelprov.org.


This I Believe Recording

“Former Rhode Islander and noted author Jhumpa Lahiri wrote this wonderful line in a column she penned for the New York Times: "The first sentence of a book is a handshake, perhaps an embrace."  What Lahiri seems to be saying is that introductions matter, especially when we embark on an intense relationship, whether it be with a book or a person.  All of us march through life filled with opportunities to make first impressions.  They may not entail literal handshakes, but whatever form they take, we know that these impressions often have vital consequences, which is what he hear from seasoned educator John Wolf. “

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