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Homeless Collaborative hiring Accountant, Administrative Analyst

The Bakersfield-Kern Regional Homeless Collaborative has opened recruiting for a pair of new positions.

The Collaborative is looking to hire an Accountant and an Administrative Analyst.

The Accountant, a full-time position, will administer and assist with the maintenance of the financial records and accounts for the organization. Additional responsibilities include maintaining a complex cost accounting system as well as the normal accounting records of the organization; preparing and analyzing a variety of financial and statistical records and reports; and maintaining data in an information system or database.

For more information, or to apply for the Accountant position, click here

The Administrative Analyst, also a full-time role, will perform a wide variety of highly responsible professional, analytical, administrative, and organizational duties under the direction of the Executive Director and administrative personnel. The primary focus of this role includes, but is not limited to, maintaining, developing, and presenting reports; analyzing and controlling of organizational budgets; investigating and evaluating needed changes in budgetary allocations during the fiscal year; developing and organizing service provider files, service contracts and amendments; monitoring grants for compliance; assisting and coordinating with staff and BKRHC partners in Continuum of Care and other homelessness initiatives; developing newsletters, staff reports, letters, memos, and special project assignments upon request; and researching and tracking grant eligibility requirements and preparing and submitting grant applications.

For more information, or to apply for the Administrative Analyst position, click here.

The BKRHC was established in October 2019 with the intention of addressing and eventually eliminating homelessness in Bakersfield and Kern County. The organization's executive board is made up of representatives from the City, the County as well as homelessness experts.