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The Children's Council is in search of a Finance Associate. We need a full-time employee in this position, but are flexible in considering a part-time position, with a range being between 20 – 40 hours a week. Our ideal team member will have an Associate Degree in Accounting, or related field and/or equivalent bookkeeping/accounting experience. Experience with fund accounting, management of government grants and reporting, and be comfortable with the activities outlined in the job description. We management multiple grants and funding streams and need someone who is ready to hit the ground running. If you are detail oriented, have excellent organizational and time-management skills, and can quickly learn and adjust to new and complex systems, we'd love to hear from you. This is a remote position. The employee should be in close enough proximity to Boone, NC to potentially drop off/pick up materials from the office on a weekly basis.


  • Weekly processing of disbursement checks and other general ledger transactions in accordance with agency policies and procedures, including: a. Coding of transactions b. Posting of transactions to computerized general ledger (MIP Accounting software package) c. Preparation and maintenance of posted transactions records
  • Preparation of journal entries for cash receipts and expenditure transactions.
  • Maintenance of chart of accounts and budget records in MIP as requested.
  • Monthly reconciliation of bank accounts.
  • Preparation of monthly benefits reconciliation.
  • Preparation of monthly trial balance export file for transfer to NCPC.
  • Semiannual preparation of Claim for Refund of Sales Taxes Paid.
  • Preparation of annual Charitable Solicitation License.
  • Annual preparation of report of information needed to prepare Forms 1099.
  • Assistance as requested with year-end close, preparation for annual audit, and support to auditors.
  • Maintenance agency inventory records.
  • Maintenance of files of accounting transactions: a. Posted cash receipts transactions and supporting documentation b. Posted cash disbursements transactions and supporting documentation c. Posted journal vouchers and supporting documentation d. Payroll journals and other reports prepared by the outside payroll service are maintained separately by the Finance Director
  • Preparation of MIP reports as requested.
  • Print final monthly actual/budget financial statements and file in current year binders.


  • Education and/or Experience: A degree in accounting or related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience, non-profit experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree and work experience are a plus.
  • Contract management skills. Knowledge of bookkeeping and auditing functions.
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
  • Highly organized, self-starter. Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines, follow-up and plan the workflow.
  • Knowledge of and experience with federal, state, and local government budget, finance and/or accounting procedures, including North Carolina state practices.
  • Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills.
  • Effective communication skills with diverse populations.
  • Computer skills that include excellent spreadsheet and database and word processing skills. Ability to use or learn to use Email and Internet/intranet applications.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret financial reports, professional journals, government regulations and legal documents. Ability to write reports and correspondence. Ability to answer questions posed by top management officials, public or community groups, and/or Boards of directors.

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Major/Industry: Finance & Banking
Job Type: Part Time
Posted: Nov 16 2022

Addison Group is one of the fastest growing recruitment agencies in the United States and we are looking to hire sales-minded, entrepreneurial people to join our internal sales and recruitment teams. Joining Addison Group means working with like-minded, high-performance individuals in a fast-paced, competitive and team-oriented environment. However, it’s not just about work for us. Our people-first approach means that your career is supported and championed from day one. Are you ready?


  • Identify, network, and sell to potential candidates/job seekers through creative matching strategies, including the use of our internal database, job boards, and social networking
  • Maintain and update a prospective candidate pipeline by cold calling/prospecting calls
  • Develop and maintain candidate relations through relationship driven calls and meetings
  • Negotiate pay rates and close deals in accordance with company goals and expectations
  • Document all candidate conversations for historical data and productivity reporting
  • Represent Addison Group in a professional and positive manner in all interactions, including networking events and other activities outside of normal business hours


  • Four-year degree or equivalent
  • Professional oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Capability to connect with others
  • Competitive spirit

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Major/Industry: All WCOB Majors
Job Type: Full Time
Posted: Nov 16 2022

OMNIA Partners has become the largest and most experienced purchasing organization for public and private sector markets by delivering unparalleled scale and solutions. Through further organic growth and strategic acquisitions, OMNIA Partners will continue to drive economies of scale to execute more contracts, in more verticals, with transparent, value-driven pricing for our membership of companies. Our success and growth have been unparalleled in this space.

At the core of our success is a high energy, talented staff with diverse skills and a unified focus on delivering value and an emphasis on creativity, strategic thinking, and execution.

We are currently seeking an MRO Business Analyst to join our fast-paced team of analysts. The person in this role will be responsible for supporting our sales team with our MRO pricing assessment process. This role requires a reporting and analytical mindset and the ability to solve practical problems and readily adapt to the requirements of the task at hand. This role will interact with multiple internal stakeholders from various functions and help us create a data-driven culture. The successful candidate is an enthusiastic, self-motivated professional who can work in a team setting, but also can work independently.

Summary of Responsibilities

  • Become the subject matter expert for OMNIA Partners’ MRO assessment process and a resource to our sales team with the ability to answer complex questions about contract and analysis specifics
  • Collect, format, and analyze complex business data sets from multiple platforms and output formats
  • Create presentations by identifying, analyzing, and consolidating MRO data into an accurate and concise pricing savings story for our sales team to share with our customers
  • Create ad hoc assessments and reports when data is not presented in a typical fashion
  • Prioritize, support, and maintain deliverables (i.e. assessments, reporting, etc.).
  • Effectively communicate with internal and external teams to deliver solutions in a timely fashion.
  • Proactively manage stakeholder expectations, manage escalations, and resolve issues in a timely manner.
  • Ability to make decisions and problem solve in ambiguous situations.


  • BA/BS in a field that demonstrates competency for the role. i.e. computer science, social sciences, math, engineering, statistics, or equivalent work experience
  • 2-3 years MRO experience with specific knowledge around MRO suppliers, catalog complexities, pricing, and unit of measure conversion
  • Advanced Excel experience including pivot tables/reports, conditional formulas, formatting, XLOOKUPs, and charts/graphs.
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Self-motivated / Willing to learn / Well organized
  • Familiarity/Experience with tableau and salesforce

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Major/Industry: All WCOB Majors
Job Type: Full Time
Posted: Nov 15 2022

The Commercial Underwriter underwrites medium to complex commercial relationships mainly in the area of Commercial & Industrial and Investment Real Estate relationships in excess of $1 million. The Commercial Underwriter is responsible for completing spreads and financial analysis, understanding and identifying policy and guideline exceptions, evaluating the repayment capacity of the borrower and understanding basic loan structure and documentation in order to evaluate terms and conditions of loan proposals. This position works directly with lending professionals such as our Commercial Lenders, Commercial Regional Executives and Regional Credit Executives. The Commercial Underwriter may be asked to supplement analysis and discussion at the bank’s loan committee. Analysis includes, but is not limited to, the financial condition of the borrower, likelihood of achieving projections, relevant market and industry data, evaluation of repayment capacity, and complex individual tax returns. The Commercial Underwriter also interacts with a variety of external professionals and represents the bank in interactions with bank clients and other professionals, including client-facing responsibilities.



• Works independently on moderate to complex financial analysis with minimal guidance from members of the credit leadership team and other Commercial Underwriters

• Underwrites commercial loan relationships within established service levels

• Independently constructs financial models and performs financial analysis, including but not limited to, repayment capacity, discounted cash flows, and enterprise valuation

• Identifies underwriting policy and guideline exceptions using working knowledge of established policies and procedures

• Maintains working knowledge of best practice and regulatory issues

• Assists in the preparation of Industry Studies as assigned that include, but are not limited to, i) a review of the regional and national markets, ii) analysis of the performance of the bank’s portfolio, iii) analysis of the financial stability of the industry and key risks, iv) recommendation to senior and executive management regarding segment limits which ultimately are presented to the bank’s board of directors for approval

• May be asked to participate in internal or cross-functional process improvement projects and other management reports 

• May be asked to participate in or lead the validation of various reports and industry information

• Authors annual reviews of assigned relationships with minimal supervision

• Assists with industry research as assigned



• Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting and/or Economics with sufficient credits in Accounting

• Demonstrates an understanding of credit management, credit operations, and commercial lending

• Demonstrates a basic understanding of commercial loan structure and documentation

• Prior experience in credit analysis or financial analysis



• Excellent customer service skills

• Excellent business writing skills

• Strong verbal and written communication skills 

• Excellent interpersonal skills

• High level of attention to detail, with strong problem solving & organizational skills 

• Ability to perform effectively in fast-paced environment, multi-task and prioritize workflow

• Working Knowledge of Microsoft Office, especially Word, Excel

• Working knowledge of loan accounting systems and financial statement spreading systems preferred

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Job Type: Full Time
Posted: Nov 11 2022

The Great Teams! Associate HR Business Partner is responsible for administering the daily functions of Great Teams! (HR), as well as the administration of human resources policies, procedures and programs. Included in these activities are onboarding, training, associate relations, HRIS processes, benefits support, leaves of absence and employee engagement and retention. The business partner is assigned a line of business to support and will align business objectives with Great Teams! - related to initiatives and programs. Establishing trusting relationships with leaders and associates is a must. This role is also critical in attracting, retaining and facilitating engagement of associates.


  • Partners with assigned business unit (s) to help them achieve their business goals through proactive human resources-related initiatives and activities and by conducting regular meetings with the leadership team.
  • Improves manager and associate performance by identifying and clarifying problems, evaluating potential solutions, implementing selected solutions, and coaching managers and associates.
  • Assists with providing day to day strategic performance management guidance to line management (coaching, counseling, career development, disciplinary action) with the support of the Director, GT! - Associate Relations or VP, Great Teams! as it relates to Corrective Action in the latter stages, Performance Improvement Plans, terminations, and other more complex issues.
  • Provides strategic staffing guidance to managers to assist in identifying staffing needs.
  • Manages and resolves associate relations issues by conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations.
  • Provides guidance and input on business unit restructures, workforce planning and succession planning.
  • Assists with the onboarding process for new associates.
  • Provides assistance with temporary staffing, as needed.
  • Provides training support by assisting with identifying skill gaps that may result in the need for training, collaborating with departmental leadership to determine how to best proceed to address the need.
  • Conducts and shares results of exit interviews through the chain of command for associates who are voluntarily leaving the organization.
  • Conducts and shares results of stay interviews with associates throughout the organization in an effort to facilitate positive change and improve associate engagement.
  • Collects and analyzes human resources data (i.e., stay & exit interviews, compensation data, staff make up and turnover analysis) and make recommendations to management based on information.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field required with three to five years of human resource experience and/or any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to complete the major responsibilities/essential functions of the position.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • SHRM CP or SCP certification or the ability to become certified.
  • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
  • Ability to travel, if needed..

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Major/Industry: Human Resources
Job Type: Full Time
Posted: Nov 09 2022

At Equitable Advisors, we consider extensive, lifelong training to be one of our key competitive advantages. We’re committed to acquiring and leveraging every bit of intelligence available to grow the company. New Financial Professionals focus on the core competencies needed to learn the various aspects of the profession, while more experienced professionals enhance their knowledge and skills and pursue professional designations including CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional (CFP®) and Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC).

Job Responsibilities:

 At Equitable Advisors, we consider extensive, lifelong training to be one of our key competitive advantages. We’re committed to acquiring and leveraging every bit of intelligence available to grow the company. New Financial Professionals focus on the core competencies needed to learn the various aspects of the profession, while more experienced professionals enhance their knowledge and skills and pursue professional designations including CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional (CFP®) and Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC).


To qualify, you should preferably have a college degree and a personal history of success. You should be a self-starter, possess unequivocal honesty and integrity and be highly motivated in helping others achieve financial independence. Strong interpersonal and communication skills and FINRA Series 7 and 63 registrations are preferred. A background in law, accounting, banking, brokerage or executive management will be particularly useful. An advanced degree or designation (MBA, JD, CFP®, CPA, ChFC) is a plus.

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Major/Industry: Finance & Banking
Job Type: Full Time
Posted: Nov 02 2022