The McMichael Canadian Art Collection ranks among Canada’s top public galleries in size and significance. The gallery, exhibition, and programming space comprise 25,000 sq.ft., and are surrounded by a network of outdoor trails, outdoor sculpture garden and 100 acres of conservation land with breathtaking views of the Humber Valley. Over 6,500 distinctively Canadian works of art comprise the permanent collection, and the gallery welcomes on average more than 110,000 visitors annually. In addition to school groups and the general public, the McMichael hosts weddings, corporate, social and fundraising events and has a strong member base.
Reporting to the Accounting and Payroll Supervisor, the part time Accounting Coordinator is responsible for accounts payable, reconciliation of daily cash drops/ floats, banking and general administrative functions. Duties include securing authorization and coding on supplier invoices, posting to Sage- ACCPAC and producing cheques or on-line payments in a timely manner. Maintaining Accounts Payable files and keeping filing up to date. Cash reconciliation, preparation of bank summaries and deposits are required. Hours of work will be approximately 21 hours per week.
Qualified candidates will have 3-plus years’ experience in bookkeeping /accounting. Experience with Sage 300 accounting software and strong excel skills is required. Basic understanding of payroll process and accounting principles with a commitment to confidentiality is required. Ability to multi task, file and perform administrative, paper-based and computer duties with Microsoft office is required. Strong communication and customer services sills is required. Familiarity with, Vista, RMS, or similar point of sale systems are assets. Knowledge in French is also an asset.
Forward your resume with a covering letter to Human Resources by August 30, 2019 to hr at mcmichael.com.
We thank all candidates for their applications; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection supports individuals with disabilities throughout the interview process and those chosen for placement.