Open Position at WISE

Women’s Information Service, Inc.

Staff Position Description

Financial Administrator

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: In no particular rank or order.

  1. Maintain and keep current Quickbooks as needed.
  2. Collect all monthly expenditure information necessary to generate appropriate and timely reports for funding sources.
  3. Compute and prepare staff payroll, including timely monthly, quarterly and annual payroll and income tax paperwork.
  4. Compute and prepare reimbursement of staff backup and travel expenses.
  5. Respond to approved purchase orders by arranging for and finalizing purchases.
  6. Reconcile saving and checking accounts on monthly basis. Inform Executive Director of discrepancies and/or problems.
  7. Organize invoices and perform payment of bills on weekly basis. Prepare deposits weekly or more often as needed.
  8. Maintain written records of all financial activity and make reports available as requested by the Executive Director.
  9. Maintain portion of personnel file containing I-9, wage and benefit information.
  10. Confer with auditor(s) as requested during any audit.
  11. Attend and participate in the Women’s Information Service, Inc. staff meetings as scheduled.
  12. Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.



Professional:               Bachelor’s Degree in financial or business field or equivalent experience.  Knowledge of fund accounting and non-profit organizations. Interest in women’s issues preferred.


Experience:                 Demonstrated ability to provide accurate and timely financial reports.

Communication:         The ability to speak and write clearly using proper spelling and grammar.

Technical:                   Ability to utilize a personal computer and demonstrate familiarity with Microsoft programs.



SALARY AND CLASSIFICATION: 20 hours per week.  $11-$12.50 per hour.

SCHEDULE: Monday through Friday, 4 consecutive hours per day.

  • Our Mission

    Women’s Information Service Inc. (WISE) provides crisis intervention and support services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence by empowering individuals, children and families along with our community partners to reclaim their sense of self.

  • What Is Domestic Violence?

    Domestic violence is an increasingly visible social and legal problem that includes physical abuse, verbal abuse and stalking.
    Domestic violence is a crime! It not only endangers the health and safety of the immediate victims, child and adult, but spills out into our schools, the police and our places of work. Domestic violence is never the fault of the victim.

  • What is Sexual Assault?

    Sexual assault includes rape in any form, forced sexual contact and sexual harassment. Sexual assault is a crime of violence, not sex, and can happen to anyone regardless of economic status or appearance. No one asks to be sexually assaulted.