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Job: Part-Time Accountant/Bookkeeper

A bit unusual, but needed.

OK, so this is not your normal emergency management position, but I think it would be great for someone who wants a part-time job, perhaps a person who is re-entering employment after staying home with the kids for a few years. Yes, you have to be in the Seattle area because of the need to come into the office once a week, but you could get the kids off to school, come to work and be home for when they come home from school. How great is that?

See description below:

Accountant/Bookkeeper

PNWER seeks a motivated individual who is passionate about cross-border policy and planning and is excited about the prospect of making the PNW a better place to live and do business. As PNWER’s Accountant, you will learn a great deal about the unique differences between Canadian and U.S. systems of government and will play a major role in providing support to PNWER officers and secretariat.

“Terms: Part-time, 15-20 hours per week with at least one day in-person at the office. Benefits include 401k retirement match, vacation, and holiday time off.  Starting salary range based on experience. How To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to employment@pnwer.org

“Deadline: Open until filled.”

I’ll add that PNWER is a very healthy place to work. We all get along and work friendly. Plus, you get to hound me for receipts!

If you are not the right person but know someone who might be interested, forward this on to them, please.
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