Careers emmaleebenn November 4, 2018

A Career at Nonprofit Resources

Nonprofit Resources was founded on the principle that careers should not limit the potential of positive work-life balance. Family & woman-owned, Nonprofit Resources has rapidly grown from a boutique-sized Association Management Company (AMC) to 23 dispersed team members representing 13 different states as of 2023. Nonprofit Resources partners represent a wide range of industries focused on education, credentialing, standards development, and networking.

Our team of professionals offers a well-rounded skill set and demonstrates the highest level of passion for the success of our association partners. Building on decades of experience managing nonprofits, we know that when it comes to our partner’s goals and dreams, the sky is the limit!

Current Opportunities



See below for open positions. Click the job title to see full description. We strive to continuously challenge ourselves, go above and beyond, and make an impact in the nonprofit sphere. Learn more about the Core Values that drive us.  If you are passionate about helping nonprofits succeed through the association management model alongside a supportive team, apply today! 

Nonprofit Resources Position Description

Staff Accountant: The Staff Accountant assists with the overall accounting functions of Nonprofit Resources and our partner clients. They will oversee, implement, and maintain accounting systems, procedures, and policies. They ensure the accurate compilation, analysis, and reporting of accounting data. They act as liaisons between the company, partner clients, and auditors in providing the required information and ensuring proper information are maintained. Compensation for this position vary by experience level, and tenure with a minimum hourly rate starting at $25/hour.

Duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Compute, classify, and record financial record data.
  • Perform routine calculating, posting, and verifying duties to maintain accurate accounting records.
  • Maintain knowledge of economic and accounting principles and practices, financial markets, banking, and the analysis and reporting of financial data.
  • Debit, credit, and total accounts on computer spreadsheets and databases using QuickBooks online or other software.
  • Classify, record, and summarize financial data to compile financial records.
  • Monitor and review all records of assets, liabilities, and other financial transitions.
  • Serve as company and partner client liaison with external auditors as needed.
  • Perform all basic accounting procedures including but not limited to financial statements, month-end closing, journal entries and general ledger maintenance, inventory roll forwards, fixed assets, and margin analysis, and maintain schedules for financial statements preparation.
  • Review, analyze, and reconcile general ledger accounts and investment transactions as required.
  • Identify complex problems to develop solutions.
  • Perform analysis of monthly operations if requested.
  • Communicate with partner clients and NPR staff in a timely manner.
  • Liaison with board and committee members as needed.
  • Assist and work under the supervision of account managers, executives, or leadership team.
  • Learn, understand, and accurately use a variety of software programs.
  • Perform accurate data entry/maintenance in a variety of systems and tools.
  • Maintain finance-related digital backup files.
  • Prioritize projects and tasks, seeking clarification on priorities from the supervisor as needed.
  • Attend staff or partner meetings and prepare information as requested.
  • Maintain daily online time-keeping records, categorized by client and project.
  • Prepare and distribute 1099 and W2 forms.
  • Prepare year-end reports for CPA.
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills Required:

  • Excellent digital and online platform skills including MS Office, MS Teams, QuickBooks Pro, Adobe, and other platforms and apps.
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, knowing when to ask for help.
  • High attention to detail; ability to take direction, self-check, and follow up on work.
  • Ability to enter accurate financial/numerical data.
  • Analytic and critical problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to apply discretion and comply with confidentiality policies.
  • Interpersonal communication skills are critical. You must be polite, professional, and friendly.
  • Flexibility in work style, ability to shift gears and handle multiple different projects and tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to manage a virtual work environment and drive workload without in-person supervision.
  • Willingness to learn and grow in duties, skills, and responsibility.
  • Excellent grammar, punctuation, and writing skills.
  • Responsiveness: ability to track tasks, and respond in a timely manner to all communication.
  • A Valid CPA License and/or nonprofit accounting experience is strongly preferred.


POSITION DESCRIPTION – Administrative Coordinator

Administrative Coordinators provide support to client associations through the Account Executive Manager or internally partnered staff. The Administrative Coordinator is seen as the hands-on implementor responsible to complete important tasks across varied areas of client operations, to support the growth and health of our association partners, as well as NPR. 

The Administrative Coordinator may have varying levels of responsibility, dependent on the supervisor’s needs and the organization’s size and budget.  This person is task-oriented and able to handle projects quickly and efficiently, from beginning to end, with minimal supervision, and full accountability.  Compensation for this position varies by association, experience level, and tenure, with a range of $20-$25/hour.

Duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Checking and responding to client and NPR staff emails promptly
  • Liaison with board and committee members and/or internal association staff
  • Assist and work under the supervision of account executives, managers, supervisors, and/or company officers
  • Creating, designing, and proofreading promotional materials, information, and announcements such as newsletters, flyers, brochures, directories, and other printed or digital materials
  • Processing and responding to correspondence, memos, and letters
  • Learn, understand, and be able to accurately use a variety of software programs
  • Accurate data entry/maintenance in a variety of systems and tools
  • Complete membership welcome packets, renewal updates, and retention
  • Assist in preparing meeting materials for distribution
  • Assist in meeting and event preparation according to the scope of work
  • Demonstrate punctuality; be on time for meetings, calls, events, and project deadlines
  • Produce badges, evaluation forms, certificates, and other materials needed for in-person and virtual events
  • Prepare attendance/registration lists and reports as needed
  • Attendance and hands-on assistance at certain client events (decision made by supervisor and/or officers)
  • Assist with client constituent check-in, renewal, collection, or promotion calls
  • Filing and organizing digital files
  • Prioritizing projects and tasks, seeking clarification from the supervisor in the case of competing projects
  • Gathering content for and handling website and website maintenance.
  • Produce online communications, including e-newsletters, surveys, blog posts, polls, online shared documents
  • Attendance at staff meetings and preparation of needed information for the meetings
  • Keep accurate track of all work time, categorized by client and project, through the online time tracking system
  • Assist as needed with financial reporting and processes based on client needs
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills Required:

  • Excellent digital and online platform skills.
  • Ability to self-teach, self-direct to learn new skills, knowing when to ask for help.
  • Interpersonal communication skills are a must, as the ability to be polite, professional, and friendly with partnered associations and internal teams.
  • Flexibility in work style, ability to shift gears and handle multiple different projects and tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to manage a virtual work environment, ability to drive workload without on-site in-person supervision.
  • Willingness to learn and grow in duties, skills, and responsibility
  • Excellent grammar, punctuation, and writing skills must be demonstrated
  • Responsiveness: ability to track tasks and respond promptly to all communication.


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