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18 October 2000 Issue

From Jack Norris, [email protected]

Viva! is currently looking for a freelance bookkeeper in the Atlanta area to work 10 hours a week -- initially. We are a growing organization and the position will get busier, so someone who does not mind additional hours in the future would be preferred.

Viva!USA is a non-profit vegan organization that focuses primarily on animals killed for food (

A job description is listed below.

If you are interested, please send resumes and references to
P.O. Box 49023
Atlanta, GA 30359

Feel free to contact me [Lauren Ornelas - US Campaigns Director] if you have additional questions. I can be reached at (404) 315-8881 or via e-mail at [email protected]


The bookkeeper reports to the Campaigns Director (US) and when necessary to the International Director (UK). The role includes the following:

* Maintenance of a full set of accounting records, recording income and expenditure, debtors, creditors, and cash and bank balances on a regular basis.
* Reconciling the bank account on a monthly basis.
* Ensure all IRS transactions are worked out and dealt with promptly
* Maintaining controls to reconcile weekly the total recorded income to the banking records, allowing for timing differences shown on the PDQ/CAF statements.
* Maintaining cash controls.
* Maintaining controls over the authorization and payment of suppliers.
* Maintaining controls over the payment of salaries and expenses.
* All records, whether in print, disc or on computer etc., are to remain in the HQ of Viva!.
* Assist staff in use of accounting software.
* Working out staff salaries
* Providing relevant tax forms to staff at end of year, end of employment etc.

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