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National Black MBA Association – Memphis Chapter

Economic Empowerment Series – Part 2 – see attached flier

Entrepreneurial Workshop –  June 11th10am-2pm

International Paper HQ – Tower 3

6420 Poplar Ave, Ponderosa Pine Room

Memphis, TN.  (parking in garage is available)

Presenters include Chef Phillip Ashley Rix, SCORE Memphis, FedEx Go-to-Market Group and First Tennessee Bank!

Entrepreneurs!!!!!

You don’t want to miss this EPIC event as we bring to you Memphis’ most talented and strategic business minds to share the secrets of their success. Lunch will be provided.

Ticket info: awb://bit.ly/1rQBkMD

 

Chapter Info:  awb://nbmbaamemphis.org/

Memphis_nbmbaa@yahoo.com

 

Thanks,

Robin Tucker, Chapter President

 

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The Beta Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. presents The Financial Fitness and Homeownership Workshop to be held on June 11th, 2015 at 1524 Madison Avenue from 6 PM8 PM. The event will provide a wealth of information and resources, including: easy savings tips, how to navigate the home buying process, and direct access to on site lending and real estate professionals. The workshop is a great opportunity to learn and/or strengthen overall financial literacy and develop a plan to start building assets.
For more information, contact Ireti Horn 901.605.5587

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POSITION: Financial Analyst with Memphis Housing Authority

DEPARTMENT: Accounting

SALARY: $ 48,500

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field from an accredited college. Three (3) years of recent experience in accounting, budgeting, forecasting, and analysis of governmental or business operations, including project management. Knowledge of government or nonprofit accounting desirable but not required. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent computer skills to include word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation software, and internet usage.

TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Prepare and analyze detailed accounting, statistical and narrative financial reports and statements.

Coordinate and conduct periodic annual physical counts of fixed assets and maintain inventory database.

Monitor cash management and investment of agency funds.

Assist with financial activity closeouts and financial audits. Prepare all bank reconciliations.

Prepare accrual and other entries for year-end closing. Review and analysis of balance sheets.

Develop financial reports for forecasts, trends and analysis. Assist in the development, design and implementation of accounting systems and procedures Perform other related duties as assigned to meet business needs.

Applications may be filed at Memphis Housing Authority, 700 Adams Ave., Memphis, TN 38105. All applications must reach the Authority before the close of business on 4/27/15.

MEMPHIS HOUSING AUTHORITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:

Appointments will be based on merit as it relates to position requirements without regard to race, age, religion, color, sex, national origin, or disability.

HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE ENROLLMENT EVENT

Saturday, March 8, 2014 

10:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Benjamin Hooks Library, 3030 Poplar Avenue

Memphis, Tennessee 38111

Insurance now covers doctors’ visits, hospital visits, 

pre-existing conditions, and prescriptions.

You may even qualify for financial assictance

Visit the Marketplace at www.healthcare.gov or call 1.800.318.2596

Finance Assistant at Mid-South Food Bank

Job Title: Finance Assistant

Reports To: CFO

Status: Permanent Full-Time

FLSA: Non-exempt

Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday

Some overtime as needed

Job Summary: Responsible for various functions in support of finance as well as clerical assistance for the CFO. Duties include processing payroll, preparing monthly journal entries and reconciliations, processing deposits and accounts payable, preparing finance and budget reports, maintaining all finance files.

Responsibilities:

Verify and code and deposit log sheets, enter into Quickbooks; file deposit checks, copies, log sheets and reports, verify deposit entries to bank statement; reconcile donations monthly to Development Department.

Open and date stamp vendor invoices, obtain appropriate approvals, code invoices according to budgeted categories, calculate allocations for shared expenses, enter into Quickbooks, run batch reports, match checks, invoices, payment stubs and payment records, mail checks, file all documentation.

Edit and print time cards, calculate time cards, enter payroll data, check and confirm all payroll forms, submit and verify payroll data, file payroll documentation.

Prepare and enter monthly journal entries, prepare monthly balance sheet account reconciliations, prepare and submit grant and contract invoices, prepare monthly allocations and reports.

Assist in annual budget preparation, audit and NAR reporting, and other annual reporting tasks.

Serve as backup for Receptionist, answering phones and greeting visitors.

Maintain positive interpersonal relationships with donors, volunteers, agency representatives, visitors, management, staff and board of directors.

Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

Two years of college with courses in business/accounting plus 2-4 years general accounting experience.

Associates or Bachelors in accounting preferred.

Knowledge of generally accepted accounting and bookkeeping principles and procedures.

Computer skills including proficiency in Outlook, Microsoft Word and intermediate to advanced

Excel and accounting software. Quickbooks experience preferred.

Knowledge of good record keeping procedures and ability to maintain accurate records and files.

Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

Organizational skills with attention to detail and ability to multi-task.

Ability to type 45 words per minute and use 10-key by touch.

Professional and pleasant demeanor with all internal and external contacts.

Motivated self-starter who can anticipate needs and handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment under pressure-sensitive situations.

MSFB Mission

• Our mission is to fight hunger through the efficient collection and distribution of wholesome food, education and advocacy.

• MSFB Vision

• Our vision is creating a hunger-free Mid-South.

• MSFB Values

• Collaboration Stewardship & Accountability Innovation Integrity

• Diversity Urgency Service Respect

Apply in person. No calls or emails please.

Mid-South Food Bank, 239 S. Dudley, Memphis, TN 38104.