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Accounting Clerk
Job Title: Accounting Clerk FLSA Status: Exempt
Department: Accounting Reports To: Financial Director
Workdays: Mon – Fri Work Hours: 8am – 4pm


The Accounting Clerk prepares, maintains, and processes accounting records and financial transactions, including accounts payable, accounts receivable and bank deposits; also assists with payroll processing.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Enters invoices; reviews invoices and approvals and selects items for payment; prints accounts payable checks and posts ACH payments; maintains and balances check registers.
  2. Prepares and issues Bills List Reports for approval by Financial Director by reconciling Bills List to payments totals for pending checks, issued checks, and ACH transactions.
  3. Receives and posts cash and electronic payments, including front desk cash transactions; audits and completes journal entries, ensuring accurate reporting and coding to appropriate departments, and proofs reports.
  4. Creates Accounts Receivable invoices from department requests and/or recurring charges; maintains and updates spreadsheets for departments.
  5. Provides account reconciliations with General Ledger balances, benefits vendor billings, tax, and other deduction and contribution source data.
  6. Prepares month-end entries and financial reports for the Financial Director to review.
  7. Performs other duties as requested.

Knowledge and Skill

  • High school diploma or GED and some specialized training
  • Three years of general accounting experience
  • Associate’s degree in Accounting
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting desired
  • Proficiency with Excel and Word
  • Basic accounting skills
  • Demonstrated attention to detail
  • Public sector experience desired

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; talk or hear; and use hands to handle, or touch objects or controls.  The employee is regularly required to stand and walk.  On occasion the incumbent may be required to stoop, bend or reach above the shoulders.  The employee must occasionally lift up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This position is in a general office environment.

Associate Coordinator

Job Description

Reports to: Program Coordinators for day-to-day assignment; Program Director for development and performance reviews.

Position Summary:  The Associate Coordinator role will serve the FreedomWorks community as a key contact for participants and program staff as participants engage in the challenging work of reconciling to God, Family and Community.  The employee functioning in this role will be responsible to meet the practical and engagement needs of participants on a day-to-day basis with the emphasis of hours most closely associated with “2nd shift” availability.

Full-time Exempt Salary Position


  • Remain knowledgeable in the programmatic process and be able to define and identify program methodology, counseling/coaching modalities, program design needs, the various facets of the program and the principles and techniques of individual case management and small and large group counseling/engagement.
  • Comply with program documentation requirements, applicable to the FW programs, ethical and professional standards of conduct.
  • Engage with program participants in a healthy, supportive way while observing professional boundaries.
  • Attend afternoon staff meetings, and professional development opportunities.
  • Advocate for the excellent ongoing care and treatment of program participants.
  • Facilitate or assist in development/educational groups on campus.
  • Transport participants to community recovery events/activities.
  • Plan and participate in organizational events and activities.
  • Lead supportive groups as needed
  • One on One’s for meeting clients individualized needs


  • Comply with Daily and Weekly Tasks
  • Complete any additional daily assignments as given by Program Coordinators.
  • Be proactive in assisting participants with orderly intake; discharge; and transition activities.
  • Assure par levels of bedding, kits, and other needs for AC operations are available.
  • Conduct daily room checks for cleanliness and damage assessment.
  • Cooperate with coordinators to assure that participants are maintaining their daily community responsibilities.
  • Assure that house meeting meals are prepared and served, as well as meals for Board and Lodge floor.
  • Conduct evening AC building assessment including room checks.
  • First response for crisis, building security and other emergency situations should they arise


  • Works to establish a positive rapport and engagement with volunteers.
  • Assist in the processing of donated items for the Blessing Closet as well as general donations as well.


  • Supports our programmatic vision
  • Faith in Jesus Christ as his personal Savior.
  • Desire to advance men in their personal addiction recovery, and disciple men in and through Christ.
  • Freely responds to evangelize by sharing his personal story of life transformation as the Spirit leads.
  • Believes that men can be reconciled to God, their families, and their communities regardless of race, economic status, age or background
  • Strong interpersonal skills:
    • able to work with all types of people in a professional manner and able to remain calm in crisis situations.
    • Works well with teams
    • Able to effectively communicate and coordinate with volunteers and other supportive team members
  • MN Driver’s License and Insurance.
  • Able to make decisions in crisis, and physically available in order to respond to planned and emergent needs.
  • Functional in Microsoft Office, Social Media apps and Google email, calendar, etc.
  • Resourceful: able to search out answers if don’t have them
  • Faithful, Available and Teachable
  • Must complete VA mandated reporter training in orientation.
  • Must complete DHS orientation training once provided.
  • Must pass DHS Background check
  • Recognize the importance of family, social networks, and community systems in the treatment and recovery process
Utility Coordinator

Job Description

Reports to: Program Director

Position Summary:  The role of the program coordinator is to incorporate a holistic approach in engaging others to create an environment that supports community, accountability and growth while sustaining a culture of recovery in Christ.   This role requires a strong self-starter who is able to work cooperatively with other teams, and  flex into a variety of tasks while showing  initiative in enhancing the lives of participants who are in transition and recovery.

Full-Time Salaried Position


  • Establish, Maintain and Review Programming Policies and Procedures to best fit program objectives of promoting a Christian culture in working with participants who are in transition and recovery.
  • Oversee a list of supportive resources for residents: Food banks, SNAP program resources, where to get clothing/ bus cards, local churches, etc.
  • Recruit prospective program participants.
    • Maintain Christ like relationships with collaborates, DOC and Jails.
      • Ensure they are updated with openings and events going on at FW
    • Lead correspondence with prospective residents, and current residents.
    • Conduct interviews
    • Coordinate orientations for residents
    • Maintain Resident/ prospective resident database- (Ensure has contact info, birth dates, sobriety dates, information of why denied into program if applicable, information on why left program, information on what FW events they attend and aftercare treatments they participate in, updated contact info for graduates/ alumni that move out)
    • Send weekly applicant report to Program Director: Includes meetings RCC has scheduled for coming week, current beds filled, residents leaving in the next week and why, those coming in next week, those on waiting list, those that have applied and where the process is for them—needing interview, results of UA/ room check and if warning was given, status of upcoming community gathering, etc.
    • Provide ongoing oversight and engagement with campus program participants.
      • Lead in planning and leading initiatives that support the vision/direction of FreedomWorks as participants are engaged in activities that will reconcile them with God, Family and Community.
      • Document resident eligibilities and program commitments being fulfilled
      • Meet (daily/weekly/monthly) with participants to ensure and encourage ongoing engagement and growth per individual goals and resources
      • Oversee financial obligations of residents per participation opportunity: collect rents, ensure eligible for GRH, flag if payments not received.
      • Undertakes random UA’s or room checks.
        • Provide proper warnings, documentation and trainings if prohibited items found.
      • Works cooperatively to plan and promote two community gatherings per month. Gatherings to be focused on connecting all residents including those in Reentry and Aftercare program: card games, basketball tournament, Monday night football, BBQ, etc.   (Residents attending can each contribute to cost on Recovery side—free Reentry and Aftercare side).


  • Has placed his faith in Jesus and accepted Christ as his personal Savior. Shares freely his personal story of life transformation with residents and as opportunity invites.
  • Believe in Christs ability to draw people to himself, free those trapped in addictions and that no matter how many times we fall He can pick us up again and make us new.
  • Proven leadership skills that are able to unite a community, encourage growth, serve alongside, correct in Christian love and promote a Christ like culture.
  • Strong interpersonal skills: able to work with all types of people in a professional manner and able to remain calm in crisis situations.
  • Maintains availability in order to respond emergent/critical issues.
  • Driver’s License and required/related insurance.
  • Skilled in Microsoft Office, Social Media apps and Google email, calendar, etc.
  • Resourceful: able to search out answers if don’t have them
  • Teachable: if lacking a skill willing to learn how to do it.
  • Associates Degree in health or human services study or one year of experience with the target population served or certified peer specialist
  • Must complete VA mandated reporter training in orientation.
  • Must complete DHS orientation training once provided.
  • Must pass Background check