Audubon employs full- and part-time staff as well as independent contractors to help accomplish our mission of environmental advocacy, conservation and education.
The Bookkeeper is responsible for executing moderately complex accounting/financial procedures as well as reviewing and reconciling the work of others. Working in partnership with the Audubon Society of Rhode Island Sr. Director of Finance & Administration, the Executive Assistant, the duties of this position encompass a wide range of detailed accounting/financial transactions including general and subsidiary ledger entries, financial report preparation, bank statements reconciliations, budgeting and tax reporting.
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The Audubon Society of Rhode Island is looking for highly qualified and dependable environmental educators for per-diem educator positions. These positions involve teaching the Society’s environmental education programs to a broad spectrum of audiences at various Audubon wildlife refuges including the Bristol Nature Center & Aquarium, schools, recreation sites, after schools and other community organizations.
Hours may vary and are flexible. Additional weekend and special event opportunities are sometimes available for extra hours and potential to continue working in the summer. This position reports to the Senior Director of Education.