Colorado Nonprofit Association


The Park People is a non-profit working with communities to plant trees and improve parks for a healthy, resilient future. We work with the Denver community, businesses, volunteers, and non-profit partners on programming that addresses tree and park equity, improves Denver’s park infrastructure, provides forestry career opportunities for underserved populations, delivers greening education, plants 1,500+ trees annually, and more.

We are looking for a skilled Bookkeeper who is excited to support our Mission and Values. You will work closely with our Executive Director and your main responsibility is keeping accurate financial records and dashboards. Our ideal candidate holds an accounting degree and is familiar with QuickBooks.

Duties & Responsibilities


Accounting Supervisor

Company Overview

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) is one of the largest non-profit theatre organizations in the nation, presenting Broadway tours and producing theatre, cabaret, musicals, and innovative, immersive experiences. Through these experiences and alongside our robust Education program, we engage hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. 

The DCPA’s workforce includes more than 300 employed team members in non-union and union positions (in partnership with seven unions). In addition, we employ hundreds of artists and contractors annually. We have a strong volunteer program which includes more than 300 volunteers. 

Our Mission:  “We engage and inspire through the transformative power of live theatre.”

Culture Statement 

For more than 40 years, creativity and community have been the foundation of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ success. As a leading cultural organization in the Rocky Mountain West, we are actively participating in a cultural evolution of belonging and anti-racism. Our commitment to reflect the diversity and priorities of our community — in our workplace, audience and programming — has never been more present. 

We believe that the theater can transform us — and be transformed by us. We invite you to be part of our Team. 

Job Purpose

Performs various accounting duties necessary for the efficient and effective operation of the accounting department.


Duties and Responsibilities





Supervisor Responsibilities


Physical Requirements

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to move around the office and work environment; use hands to handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms.

 Working Conditions

This position operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. This position operates in a hybrid office environment in which select days may be remote.

In order to provide high quality, culturally competent care to our patrons, students, guests and team members, it is of highest importance that our hiring practices reflect our values by offering an environment that celebrates diversity and embraces inclusion. All of our team members – regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, language, abilities/disabilities, socioeconomic status, geographic region, or other defining characteristics – should feel welcome and valued. 

Accountant II, Grants

The Grant and Foundation Accountant position is responsible for the financial management and accounting for all restricted funds (gifts, grants, and financial aid) for the College and serves as the accountant for the Aims Foundation.

* Provide guidance for project budget creation and management.
* Provide regular budget updates to project directors.
* Ensure expenses comply with the granting agency regulations, institution policies, and are allowable, allocable, and reasonable.
* Prepare regular financial reports and invoices for grants as needed or as dictated by grant agreement.
* Manage and ensure proper recording of grant revenues.

Financial Aid:
* Manage and ensure proper recording of Financial Aid related revenues.
* Assist in the preparation of annual reports with the Financial Aid Director.
* Reconcile authorization of funds with Workday accounting system.

* Prepare budget to actual reports for the Foundation Board.
* Ensure proper accounting of Foundation financial activity including contributions and scholarship funds and provide financial information when requested.
* Prepare financial statements on an interim and year-end schedule.
* Coordinate year-end financial audit process.







Minimum Qualifications:


Preferred Qualifications:

Required Documents:

Finance and Administrative Assistant

Every Child Pediatrics is looking to hire a full-time (40 hrs) Finance and Administrative Assistant to our team! We are a non-profit organization that always provides the best care to all our patients no matter what. We are looking for an individual that is self-motivated, organized and looking to make a difference by joining our team!

Working under the supervision of the Financial Controller, the Finance and Administrative Assistant, is responsible for providing financial, administrative and clerical services to support effective, efficient, timely and accurate financial and administrative operations.

Duties and responsibilities:

1. Financial Support:

· Prepares and enters invoices (accounts receivable) and records receivables to appropriate accounts in QuickBooks.

· Prepares and records bank deposits.

· Bank account reconciliation.

· Prepares monthly invoices for medical services provided to outlying sites.

· Makes all payments (accounts payable) that support the operations of Every Child Pediatrics in a timely manner and records in appropriate accounts in QuickBooks.

· Works with customers and Clinic Front Desk staff to process credit card and cash payments from insurance companies and patients.

· Compiles requested information for the annual audit.

· Maintains 1099 and other necessary information for vendors.

· Other duties as assigned.

2. Clerical/Administrative Support:

· Participates in the on-boarding of new medical providers by acquiring malpractice insurance before start dates.

· Applies to and maintains insurance and hospital credentialing files for new and established providers and prepares and mails recredentialing applications as needed. Notifies insurance and hospitals when providers depart.

· Provides PayRHealth and other agencies with required provider information and signatures for insurance credentialing.

· Maintains spreadsheet of expiration dates of provider certificates and licenses and informs providers of necessary paperwork and deadlines.

· Provides budget estimates of provider licenses and certificates.

· Opens, sorts and distributes incoming correspondence, including faxes and e-mail.

· Files and retrieves organizational documents, records and reports.

· Prepares responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries.

· Sets up luncheons for staff meetings and other executive-level functions.

· Prepares and maintains telephone directory, provider document number log and other company information.

· Collects and maintains inventory of office equipment and supplies.

· Orders and maintains office supplies for Admin Suite.

· Arranges for the repair and maintenance of office equipment.

· Assists with overall maintenance of the organization and its offices.

· Other duties as assigned.


· Proficient with QuickBooks or the ability to quickly learn finance/accounting systems and similar computer applications. Flexibility to transition from software system to online format).

· Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite – Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.

· Understanding of medical billing.

· Understanding of basic accounting functions & principles.

· Non-profit experience is a plus.

· High School Graduate or equivalent.

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

· Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations. with tact, professionalism, and diplomacy.

· Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

Pay: $22.03 – $26.00 per hour (based on knowledge and experience)

Every Child Pediatrics provides comprehensive, affordable health care to nearly 24,000 Colorado children, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay.

Our experienced professionals focus on the child’s overall well-being, providing high- quality medical care, behavioral health counseling, dental care, nutrition, healthy lifestyle programs and connections to support services such as housing and transportation. As a longstanding nonprofit, we provide unwavering, compassionate care because we believe that every child deserves the best health care and opportunity to succeed.

Visit our website for more information at

Every Child Pediatrics is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Director of Finance


The Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center (RMCLC) is a non-profit legal organization with the mission of advocating for children and youth, driving systemic reform, and boldly challenging the status quo so that every young person who has experienced trauma or instability has the opportunity to thrive. Our work builds on a 40-year history of advocacy with a current annual budget of approximately $1.7 million, comprised primarily of government and non government grants, earned income, corporate and individual contributions, and events revenue.

The Finance Manager is primarily responsible for all aspects of financial activity of the organization, as well a number of other general administrative management functions. The Finance Manager is someone with solid work ethic, attention to detail, and impeccable integrity, always working with a strong commitment to the organization’s mission and a sense of urgency towards those we serve.

Reports To: Executive Director

Position Responsibilities:


Accounting/Operations Manager

Position Overview

Healthier Colorado is looking for a talented, motivated and organized Accounting and Operations Manager to join our dynamic and growing team. The Finance and Operations Manager reports to the VP of Culture and Enterprise, and will help our family of organizations manage the infrastructure and activities necessary for efficient, accurate and elegant operation. The duties associated with this position include management of our time and expense system, our online file system, our software and hardware subscriptions and inventory, and support in managing logistics with boards of directors. This is a salaried position that requires at least some in-office work at our office in Denver, and may occasionally require travel, and work on nights and weekends.

About Healthier Colorado

Healthier Colorado is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to raising the voices of Coloradans in the public policy process to improve the health of our state’s residents.

Healthier Colorado believes every Coloradan should have an equal opportunity to live a healthy life. Healthier Colorado aims to make meaningful changes to improve people’s health throughout our state’s diverse communities.

Healthier Colorado is the flagship, 501(c)(4) nonprofit entity in a family of separately branded organizations. The family includes The Fund for a Healthier Colorado, our 501(c)(3) sister organization; Healthy Air and Water Colorado, dedicated to addressing climate change for the sake of public health; Colorado’s Health Capitol, a collaborative workspace that is home to dozens of mission-aligned organizations; and Open Answer, a non-profit providing direct outreach and field strategy for mission-driven efforts in communities across Colorado.

Healthier Colorado runs both legislative and regulatory campaigns at the local, state, and federal levels of government, and engages in political candidate races at the local and state levels. We are the only health advocacy organization in the country that deploys the full range of political activity-from political giving and lobbying to grassroots organizing and running an in-house canvass to further our mission. Healthier Colorado believes informed voters are powerful participants in our democracy and that public policy is crucial to changing the lives of all Coloradans. Mixing politics and health is uncommon work, but we’re comfortable being different.

For more information, visit

Position Responsibilities

Operational Duties

Regulatory Duties

Board Management Duties

Time and Expense Management

Bookkeeping – Accounting Duties

Preferred Qualifications

Preferred Competencies

Finance Administrative Coordinator (Hybrid)

Job Title: Finance Administrative Coordinator

Employer: Resource Central; Boulder, CO

Job Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt

Reports To: Business Manager


About Resource Central

We’re an award-winning nonprofit in Boulder determined to make conservation so simple that people don’t even realize they’re doing it. Founded in 1976, our
popular programs in water, energy, and waste have helped more than 700,000 people improve their homes, conserve natural resources, and save money. Learn more at:

Candidates with a commitment to incorporating diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility practices and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with
people from a range of social, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds
are encouraged to apply.

Job Purpose

Advance your finance career by doing work that matters! Resource Central is seeking a detail-oriented Finance Administrative Coordinator to implement our nonprofit
financial processes and business operations that support our conservation programs. The Finance Administrative Coordinator will complete the company’s accounts
receivable, invoicing, and cash disbursement processes while ensuring financial accuracy. This individual will prepare and maintain accounting records in
QuickBooks, general ledger in alignment with our financial policies, procedures and controls, and reporting systems. This position requires critical attention to detail with basic knowledge of nonprofit accounting and motivation to learn and grow. This role assists with annual budget proposals and other financial
analyses as requested. We seek a motivated conservation supporter that can thrive in a fast-paced environment ready to make a lasting difference in Colorado communities.

This is a hybrid remote role with great flexibility, requiring 1-2 days/week in our Boulder office to retrieve the deposits, monitor office activities, and/or required meetings. The compensation range is $24-$28 per hour and Resource Central provides tremendous benefits including health, dental, vision, life insurance, a 403b retirement plan with match, generous paid time off and paid holiday offerings, a wellness benefit reimbursement, a free bus pass, and more!

Principal Responsibilities

The essential duties of this position include, but are not limited to, the following:


Resource Central is dedicated to equal employment opportunities. We provide equal employment opportunities to
all individuals based on job‐related qualifications and ability to perform a job, without regard to age, sex, sexual orientation, race, color, religion,
national origin, disability, marital status, military status, gender expression, genetic information or any other classification protected by applicable state
or local law. It is our policy to maintain a non‐discriminatory environment free from intimidation, harassment, or bias based on these grounds.

Chief Financial Officer

Title: Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Position Reports To: President/CEO

Direct Reports: Accountant, Director of Retail, Environmental, and Ecological Services (EES) Project Manager

We are committed to providing the most enriching, world-class experience for our audience, being recognized as a scientific authority, and being the leading educational resource on invertebrates. To this end, Butterfly Pavilion has launched Emerge, a $55 million capital campaign, to expand Butterfly Pavilion into the center for invertebrate research and conservation in a brand new, 81,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility in 2027.   

FLSA: Full Time/Exempt 40+ hours per week

Salary/Hourly Rate: $120 -$125K

FLSA: Full Time/Exempt Minimum 40-45 hours per week

Full Benefits : (Medical, Dental, Vision, STD/LTD, Life Insurance, Vacation, Sick, Holiday Pay, 401(k)+ Matching)

Position Summary: ​The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for and directs all financial functions, including financial planning and reporting, budgets, forecasting, investments, risk management, and loss control. The CFO is a senior member of the Executive Leadership Team, a member of the Finance Committee, New Building & Site Committee, and a staff financial advisor to the Board of Directors. ​

Essential Functions & Responsibilities: 


  1. Detail-oriented
  2. Decision making
  3. Strategic thinking
  4. Financial/fiscal management
  5. Business acumen
  6. Analytical thinking
  7. Ethical conduct
  8. Technologically-savvy


How to Apply: Butterfly Pavilion is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages people of all backgrounds to apply for open positions and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or veteran status.

Applicants must submit a Resume and Cover Letter to the following link:

Position is open until filled.

No phone calls or drop in’s please.

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

Director, Grants

Position Title: Director, Grants
Status: Full-time, Exempt
Salary: An amount in the range of $78,000 – $82,000 annually.
Benefits: Our benefits package includes 100% employer-paid premiums on employee only health, dental, and vision plans; 3-6% employer contributions to 401(k); FSAs, employer-paid life/AD&D/LTD insurance; generous PTO, EIB, and holiday benefits; EAP; tuition reimbursement program; professional and growth and development opportunities; discounted pet insurance; Verizon Wireless discount; inclusive bereavement leave; and free underground parking for eligible employees
Location: Work from home flexible, 3 days/week in-person, with remote work 2 days/week. Primarily based out of our Denver office at 711 Park Ave W, Denver, CO 80205
COVID-19 Vaccination: Providing your COVID vaccination card is optional.

How You’ll Help
This position is responsible for raising over $1 million from foundations and oversees a position focused on government grants that raises additional funding for Mile High United Way. As the leader of the grants team, the position will supervise a Manager, Grants and will help shape compelling, well-researched, and thorough content for written communications with Mile High United Way’s grant funders. The position will also lead efforts to research and identify new funding opportunities and build strong relationships with foundation and government funders to ensure greater success in securing grant funding. The position will work across departments to ensure a smooth process for preparing grants and reports and will ensure that the organization meets funders’ requirements and deadlines.

Essential Responsibilities

What You’ll Need: Education, Experience, and Skills

Computer Skills

Ready to apply? If you are on Mile High United Way’s website, you can apply by completing the information in the “Apply Now” box. If you’re on a job board, you can apply through the job board or by visiting the Careers page of our website.

This posting is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the position.

Mile High United Way is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law.

We will endeavor to make reasonable accommodations for otherwise qualified applicants who have disabilities which hinder their ability to complete the application process. Please contact us at 303-433-8383 to request accommodation in the application process.

We use e-Verify to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work.

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.


The Morgan Adams Foundation is a Denver-based 501(c)(3) organization, the mission of which is to fund critically needed pediatric cancer research. The Foundation focuses on basic science studies, providing the seed funding needed to fuel investigative inquiry into both novel drug development and alternative drug usages. Since our first fundraising initiative in 2001, the Foundation has funded nearly $3.0M in pediatric cancer research studies and innovative drug applications – and has had definable impact on bettering the lives of children battling cancer.


This position performs all accounting functions and additionally provides nominal administrative support to other staff. This position is responsible for ensuring proper administration of accounts receivable, accounts payable, and general ledger bookkeeping, and other duties as assigned.


All financial aspects of the organization including:

· Record all deposits in Quickbooks

· Maintain all accounting records and supporting documents

· Enter all invoices and credit card charges

· Prepare monthly bank, investment and credit card reconciliations.

· Track and manage all accounts payable and accounts receivable including check processing and invoicing

· Record Payroll Journal Entry bi-monthly

· Prepare event revenue and expense reconciliations and reports

· Prepare monthly financial reports for management

· Assist Director of Finance with Annual Audit and 990 preparation

· Assist Director of Finance and Director of Operations with annual budget preparation

· Perform reconciliations between donor database (Salesforce) and Quickbooks

· Prepare 1099s and maintain current Form W9s for all vendors

· Sales Tax management and reporting per City and State regulations

· Attend MAF signature events (2-3 per year) and assist with accounting needs

· Support office needs

· Other duties as assigned.


Shift: Ideally, a full – time position, but can be flexible if you need it. Ideally hours would range from 30- 40 hours / week. There are a few night events throughout the year that will need this person’s assistance. 

Education and Training: Associate’s Degree in Accounting or equivalent training and credentialing preferred