(formerly ForestEthics) was founded nearly twenty years ago by a group of dedicated people who were working day in and day out to solve a big problem: What do you do when the health and foundation of communities and their environment are being undermined?

Our founders were leading a global effort to stop the logging of rare thousand-year-old forests on the coast of British Columbia. Indigenous communities had lived there since time immemorial and their lands were being logged at an alarming rate, putting their way of life and a global biogem at risk. forges supportive partnerships with communities who are personally engaged in the social, economic, and environmental crises we face. Frontline communities bear the impacts of social and environmental injustices and are also best equipped to envision solutions to these issues. builds democratic and equitable relationships to elevate local voices and advance solutions that respect different points of view. Bellingham, WA, USA
Aug 06, 2019
Full time
Performs financial analysis, including preparing annual budget and analyzing actual expenses. Responsible for the mid-year reforecast. Processes accounts payable and accounts receivable and resolves related issues. Performs cash projections. Assists with month-end close duties, including recording entries and performing account reconciliations. Creates budget proposals to support the grants that Stand Earth applies for. Trains new employees and assists them on finance/accounting matters. Supports annual federal and periodic state tax reporting as well as the external audit. Performs projects assigned by the Deputy Director. Job will be performed at Bellingham, WA office. Required Education:   Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or a closely related field Required Experience:   At least one (1) year in the job offered, or at least one (1) year of experience in accounting performing the following Accounts receivable (AR) Accounts payable (AP). Monitoring and reconciling cash. Participating in month-end close. Account reconciliations. At least three (3) months experience in accounting at an environmental non-profit. As an alternative, employer will accept at least three (3) months in an internship, or substantially similar program, as part of an academic program (Bachelor’s or Master’s), at an environmental non-profit performing budgeting and analyzing actual expenses. Remember to say you found this opportunity at