FT job - Office Manager & Bookkeeper - Internet City Planning - San Francisco
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Office Manager / Bookkeeper - Technology and City Planning Company
Compensation: $53,000 Annual
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Areas of responsibility:
a.. Full-charge bookkeeping, with ability to work directly with
b.. Manage Accounts Receivables and Payables
c.. Manage Cash, maintain cash-flow statement
d.. Administer Payroll with vendor
e.. Reconcile Bank and Credit Card Statements
f.. Produce Financial Statements
g.. Close month
h.. Monthly Royalty Report
a.. Administer client fee schedule
b.. Maintain Client Renewals/Hosting Schedule
c.. Maintain Project List
a.. New employee set-up
b.. Manage Benefits - medical, dental, 401K, Flexible Spending Account
e.. Open Enrollment
a.. Maintain supplies
b.. Telephone System
c.. Equipment Purchases and Leases
d.. Office Relocation
a.. Travel Arrangements
c.. File Maintenance
d.. Database Maintenance
Understanding of sales and marketing process is a plus, but not required.
About GIS Planning Inc.
GIS Planning is the creator and industry leader of Internet-based economic
development leveraging geographic information systems (GIS). We are a small,
fast growing company based in San Francisco. Our solutions are implemented
in 27 states, many of the largest cities in the USA, and over one-hundred
successful locations from coast-to-coast. And this is only the beginning;
our mission is to become the number one provider of economic development
solutions on a global scale. To that end we are investing aggressively to
develop new markets to grow our market share by increasing our technology
and product leadership.
We are looking for motivated, upbeat employees with excellent people and
communication skills and who enjoy working in a fast-paced work environment.
GIS Planning's office is located in San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood
a block from the new baseball stadium. For more information about GIS
Planning, please visit us at www.gisplanning.com.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.