The Assistant to the Business Manager is a key player in the work of the Business Office. The position ensures the smooth operation of financial transactions and record-keeping, including the processing of receivables, payables, and cash accounts. The Assistant to the Business Manager supports the other operations of the Business Office as well, including but not limited to personnel, benefits, security, technology, and facilities. The position works closely with parents, vendors, and volunteers, as well as with Greene Street Friends students, faculty and administration. The successful candidate will be personable, reliable, and able to manage confidential information. The position requires a multi-task and detail-oriented person who works effectively in a fast-paced environment.
Processing vendor invoices and payments through Blackbaud’s Financial Edge software
Processing tuition payments through Blackbaud and the tuition management system (Smart Tuition)
Assisting in the production of financial statements and applications, preparation of spreadsheets, reports and correspondence
Participation in year-end preparation and procedures
Providing information and support to families regarding tuition payment
Assisting the Business Manager in the collection of tuition
Maintaining staff records
Assisting in the management of security staff, cleaning staff, and other contracted services
Availability outside normal working hours
Other responsibilities as provided by the Business Manager
Please send a cover letter and resume to (email preferred): Terri D Hamer, Business Manager Greene Street Friends School 5511 Greene Street Philadelphia, PA 19144 email@example.com
About Greene Street Friends School
Founded in 1855, Greene Street Friends School has operated continuously in central Germantown section of Philadelphia. The school’s curriculum emphasizes Quaker values, academic strength, and cultural competence. Greene Street graduates attend the top private and public magnet high schools, the largest percentage attending Central High School. Since the mid-1960’s the school has implemented a mission-based business model that prioritizes financial accessibility, with an enrollment of 45% - 55% students of color. Over the past twenty years, the school has doubled both in enrollment and campus size. Current enrollment is 320 students on a campus of three acres. The annual budget is $5M, no debt.