Bookkeeper, part-time

Location
San Francisco, California
Salary
Rate DOE. W9 contractor, part-time. Estimated 6-10 hours per month.
Posted
Oct 02, 2020
Closes
Oct 20, 2020
Job Function
Accounting / Finance
Degree Level
Associate
Willingness to Travel
up to 25%
Experience Level
Professional

Award-winning, San Francisco based foolsFURY Theater Company seeks part-time bookkeeper

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Under the direction of company leadership, help to oversee the theater company’s financial data and compliance by maintaining accurate books on accounts payable and receivable, payroll, and monthly financial entries and reconciliations. Perform accounting tasks such as monthly financial reporting, and record payments and adjustments.

 

DESIRED EXPERIENCE

  • At least 5 years bookkeeping experience, preferably with Non-Profits
  • At least 2 years Quickbooks Online experience
  • The technical ability to help manage the online portals where donations are tracked
  • The ability to work remotely exclusively, at least until productions are mounted in person again, and then once in a while in person to facilitate artist/vendor pay
  • The flexibility to work between 6-10 hours a month depending on production schedule
  • Experience with performing arts desired but not required

 

WHO YOU ARE:

The ideal candidate for this position will seek to fully own the bookkeeping function within the company, and proactively work with company management, CPA, contractors, vendors, and artists to keep finances and financial data flowing smoothly. She/he/they will be welcomed and encouraged to suggest process and work flow improvements as needed. She/he/they has a high degree of integrity and strong collaboration skills across race, gender, ability and age. We strongly encourage BIPOC, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, transgender, non-binary and disabled candidates to apply.

 

WHO WE ARE:

FoolsFURY is a small ensemble theater company that values the way we work as much as the boundary pushing art we make.  We value discourse and encourage members to lean in and lean back when appropriate.  We implement strategies for greater inclusion and equity in both the office and the studio.  Staff hires are considered members of the company for the duration of their position. Our artists and company staff are made up a diverse cohort of BIPOC, LGBTQ+, straight, gender non-conforming, cisgender, white/white-passing individuals committed to art, ensemble theater and racial justice.

Named the city’s “Best Theater Company” by the SF Weekly (2008), and awarded the SF Bay Guardian’s GOLDIE award for outstanding local theater group, we place a premium on the creation process, building artistic relationships and a commitment to interrogate our assumptions of what American theater can be.  Our acclaimed productions include numerous original works and world premieres, as well as deconstructed classics.  We engage with the community by offering workshops, a year-long apprenticeship program and internship opportunities.  In recent years, we have begun to focus on touring in order to bring our work to a broader audience, give our creations a longer lifespan, and take a greater role in the national dialogue about the future of ensemble theater. As a west-coast hub for ensemble theater, we produce the biennial FURY Factory Festival of Ensemble and Devised Theater, hosting about 20 companies over two weeks and featuring works in progress, mainstage performances, workshops and an industry convening.

Although foolsFURY does not operate a physical theater space, we have long-standing relationships with several San Francisco-based theater companies - notably Z Space, Joe Goode Annex and NOH Space - from which we rent space when needed.

Our yearly budgets fluctuate between $105,000 and $180,000 depending on production scope.

www.foolsfury.org