The MWH Team:

Director:
Samite Mulondo


Positions Available: Spring 2019:

 To apply for either of these positions, please send cover letter, resume and reference contacts to info@musiciansforworldharmony.org , or by mail to Musicians for World Harmony, PO Box 6758, Ithaca NY 14851.

 Musicians for World Harmony seeks a part-time bookkeeper/office manager (4-10 hours per month) to manage the various accounting, budgeting and billing needs of the organization.

BASIC DUTIES:

  • Prepare financial reports as needed and provide information as requested.

  • Work with President, Directors and Board Members to develop and maintain program and overhead budgets.

  • Responsible for payroll administration.

  • Maintain bank accounts, checks & deposits including monthly bank reconciliations.

  • Oversee Quickbook entries and maintain Quickbook files.

  • Provide appropriate information to accountant for taxpurposes.

  • Communicate business issues and recommend initiatives and strategies to resolve these issues.

  • Set up systems and procedures as required.

  • Oversee all aspects of human resource administration.

  • Performs general clerical functions (e.g. scheduling,copying, faxing, data entry, filing, etc.) for the purpose of supporting office operations.

 

Skills/Qualifications:

•          Two or more years of experience working with Quickbooks, ideally in a non-profit            environment

•          Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles for non-profits

•          Knowledge of non-profit tax accounting and compliance

•          Strong experience with Excel

•          Experience with non-profit budgeting

•          Experience tracking restricted funds

•          Ability to maintain confidentiality and use discretion

•          Proactive and independent work ethic

•          Strong attention to detail

•          Flexibility and ability to recognize and adapt to evolving needs of the organization

 Musicians for World Harmony also seeks a part-time communications and fundraising coordinator (4-6 hours per month, more during events) to manage outreach, PR, and fundraising needs of the organization.

BASIC DUTIES:

•          Work with Executive Director to plan and execute fundraising and PR activities.

•          Fundraising: plan messaging and complete mid and end of year fund requests by mail and email.

•          Work with board and volunteers to ensure success of annual Music for the Ages Gala.

•          Ensure prompt recognition via thank-you letters to all gifts.

•          Maintain records, physical and via database, of all donations.

•          Publish and distribute e-newsletter approximately monthly.

•          Ensure timely use of Facebook or other social media outlets; update posts.

•          Maintain and update website as needed.

•          Recommend and execute additional fundraising or grantseeking actions at the discretion            of Executive Director, including reporting.

•          Performs general clerical functions (e.g. scheduling, copying, faxing, data entry, filing, etc.) for the purpose of completing work.

 

Skills/Qualifications:

•          Two or more years of successful experience completing the above tasks in a non-profit   environment 

•          Strong communications skills

•          Experience with non-profit budgeting

•          Experience with social media tools such as Facebook, MailChimp, YouTube, Squarespace, Eventbrite and Square reader.

•          Ability to maintain confidentiality and use discretion

•          Proactive and independent work ethic

•          Strong attention to detail

•          Flexibility and ability to recognize and adapt to evolving needs of the organization



Director of Education & Mental Health Programs:

Professor Karen Wacks, M.Ed, LMHC, MT-BC

Board of directors:

Ron Branchini

Adam Klausner

Rick Manning

Alex Perialas

Brett Powell

Paul Wagner

Jessie White