Job Title: Bookkeeper (Part-time)
Company: Coalition for Community Solar Access
Job Location: Remote
Job Type: Part-time
Experience Level: Not listed
Salary: Competitive pay to be determined by the education, experience, knowledge and skills of applicant, and alignment with market data.
Closing Date: Applications will be reviewed as received.
The Coalition for Community Solar Access (“CCSA”) is seeking qualified applicants for the role of a part-time bookkeeper.
You must have prior experience in bookkeeping and excellent organizational skills to perform various duties under the supervision of the senior director of operations. In this role, you will be responsible for managing CCSA’s books and providing regular updates to management and the CCSA Board of Directors. You must embrace several critical support functions, including managing accounts payable and receivable, monthly reconciliation, budget reports, and compliance reporting. Your role is integral to the success of the organization with its aim to open, protect and serve community solar markets across the nation.
- Manage organizational bookkeeping, accounts payable, and accounts receivable
- Perform monthly reconciliation of all accounts
- Provide regular financial reports for planning purposes and Board review
- Coordinate with VP of Campaigns on external resources allocation
- Manage internal staff expense reimbursement
- Assist accountant in required tax and audit filings
- Deliver a positive, professional, results-oriented experience with follow-through, attention to details, and resourcefulness
- Part-time expectation approximately 20 hours per week
- Prior experience in bookkeeping
- Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills
- Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-changing, entrepreneurial, and sometimes ambiguous environment
- (Required) Intermediate MS Office skills
- (Optional) Experience with Quickbooks/Quickbooks Online
- Remote, flexible
Our team members are passionate about expanding access to renewable energy solutions to every American energy consumer and are constantly striving to improve and better ourselves. We are committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and justice in the workplace and in the communities with which we partner. If you will enjoy working in a growing organization with a collegial work environment, and in a fast paced and self-starting culture, you are probably a great fit for our team!
Please send resume and cover letter to McKenzie Bolduc – firstname.lastname@example.org – with the subject line “Part-time Bookkeeper Role – YOUR NAME”.
The Coalition for Community Solar Access is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to ensuring that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
- Focus on Results. We have clear and ambitious goals that drive everything we do on a daily basis. Every day we ask ourselves the question: will the actions I take achieve results that get me closer to my goals? If the answer is yes, then we push forward. Setbacks happen and not everything is in our control, but we focus on what we can control and move toward our goals one victory at a time.
- Foster Dialogue. We debate ideas, not people. We take the energy of our differences and channel it toward something that has never been created before. The problems we tackle are colorful and complex. To drive to the right decision, we believe in respectfully and productively debating ideas and leaving our egos at the door.
- Put people first. We prioritize the well-being of our team and take the approach of the “whole person”. We believe that we bring our best selves to our professional lives when we are balanced and taking care of ourselves and each other.
- Inclusivity. We deeply value diversity of thought, background, and lived experience – and through this is where our most transformative, lasting innovation grows. As our industry expands, we are committed to actively bringing new people, businesses, and localities into the fold, especially those who are traditionally underrepresented.
- Member Service. We represent the collective voice of our members, who want to see community solar expand and grow. We provide a valuable service to our member community, keeping them up to date on our campaigns and policy initiatives, which helps them plan and grow their businesses. We also serve members by amplifying their collective voice to expand their impact in the market.
Mission and Core Principles
The Coalition for Community Solar Access is a national Coalition of businesses and non-profits working to expand customer choice and access to solar for all American households and businesses through community solar. Our mission is to empower every American energy consumer with the option to choose local, clean, and affordable community solar. We work with customers, utilities, local stakeholders, and policymakers to develop and implement policies and best practices that ensure community solar programs provide a win, win, win for all, starting with the customer.
We promote policies, programs, and practices that:
- Allow all consumers the opportunity to participate in and directly economically benefit from the construction and operation of new clean energy assets.
- Provide equal access for community solar providers to build and operate community solar projects and interconnect those projects to the serving utility’s grid.
- Incorporate a fair bill credit mechanism that provides subscribers with an economic benefit commensurate with the value of the long-term, clean, locally-sited energy produced by community solar projects.
- Support the participation of diverse customer types in community solar programs, and encourage customer choice with providers, product features, and attributes to catalyze innovation and best serve customers.
- Encourage transparent, non-discriminatory utility rules on siting, and interconnecting projects, and collaboration with utilities to facilitate efficient siting and interconnection.
- Ensure that community solar projects are operated and maintained well to protect customers and providers’ investment.
- Ensure full and accurate disclosure of customer benefits and risks in a standard, comparable manner that presents customers with performance and cost transparency.
- Comply with applicable securities, tax, and consumer protection laws to reduce customer risk and protect the customer.
- Maintain a 360-degree view of the community solar market and ensure a beneficial role for all parties in the partnerships forged between subscriber, provider, and utility.