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Two position openings: 
Full-Time Accountant 
Part-Time Development Associate


Title:                            Accountant
Date:                            February 21, 2023
Department:               Administration
Reports to:                  President & CEO         
Classification:            Exempt
Schedule:                    Full-time

Basic Function:  Reporting to the President & CEO, this position will be responsible for all activities associated with the accounting and finances for the agency, from trial balance to financial statement preparation, including, but not limited to, recording of all revenues and expenses, processing of accounts payable and receivables, payroll, cash management, reconciliations and recording of all investment transactions. This position will work with staff to develop annual budgets and to help manage, analyze and report on actual results to budget.

Qualifications:  Bachelors’ degree in Accounting or related field with a minimum of 5-7 years relevant work experience in a similar sized non-profit.  Proven knowledge of accounting principles is required, as well as experience with budgeting and financial analysis. Understanding and adhering to generally accepted accounting practices for a non-profit organization is necessary, along with a solid understanding of internal controls.  Experience and working knowledge of Microsoft Office and QuickBooks Accounting software are a must.

General Responsibilities: Perform all monthly accounting activities from trial balance to financial statement preparation, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and within established agency policies and procedures. Activities associated with the accounting for the agency, including, but not limited to, revenues, investments, accounts payable and receivables, bi-weekly payroll and depreciation.

Perform monthly reconciliations including, but not limited to, bank accounts, and general ledge accounts. Ensure that revenues are reconciled with the development database.  Perform quarterly payroll reconciliations to ADP Statement of Deposits & Filings (SOD).  

Work with staff to schedule and coordinate the annual budgeting cycle to complete and secure approval from the Finance Committee and Board of Directors, before the new fiscal year begins.

Prepare monthly written analysis of the financial statements to the President & CEO for review.  Upon approval by the President & CEO, distribute to the Finance Committee members. 

Prepare the agenda for Finance Committee quarterly meetings and submit to the President & CEO for review. Upon approval, distribute to the Finance Committee along with the monthly financial report and other items listed in the agenda.

When necessary, update agency accounting policies for approval by the President & CEO and/or the Finance Committee.

Prepare and organize all records and documents necessary for the fiscal year-end audit and the preparation of the IRS Form 990.  Work with external auditors to facilitate their work and the timely filing of the IRS Form 990.

Prepare various accounting and financial analysis when necessary.

Manage and process all aspects of the bi-weekly payroll, including changes in employee status, verifying and reviewing payroll time sheets, calculating and maintaining all records with regard to employees’ earnings, such as but not limited to sick, vacation, and personal time. Submission of 401k contributions to Vanguard on a timely basis. Compliance reporting such as the annual discrimination testing for the Sec. 125/POP Plan and W2 Preview for accuracy.

Working closely with the staff member responsible for Human Resources to ensure all payroll and benefit issues are communicated and managed appropriately. This also includes compliance reporting and timely submission of the Form 5500, Summary Annual Report (SAR), Annual Fee Disclosure as well as ensuring ADP/ACP testing of 401k Plan is done quarterly without issues, meaning passing the tests.

Knowledge Transfer of key responsibilities:  The position of Accountant will help maintain up-to-date guidelines for key responsibilities and coordinate cross-coverage when necessary.

Schedule: Monday through Friday, 37 ½ hours per week, some hybrid flexibility

Salary Range: $26 - $30 per hour


  • Health Insurance
  • Earned sick and vacation time
  • Paid Holidays
  • 401k contribution
  • Paid day off for birthday

To apply:  Send resume and cover letter to:

Claudia Bonvouloir, Director of Human Resources at cbonvouloir@breathenh.org

or send to:

Breathe New Hampshire
Attn: Human Resources
145 Hollis Street, Unit C
Manchester, NH 03101


Title:                           Development Associate
Date:                           February 1, 2023
Department:              Development
Classification:          Non-exempt 20 – 30 hours

About Breathe New Hampshire:

Breathe New Hampshire has been addressing the major factors that influence the respiratory health of New Hampshire citizens for over 100 years. The mission of Breathe New Hampshire encompasses the challenges associated with tobacco use, air quality, serious lung disease such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and emerging issues such as the use of vaping amongst our youth. Breathe New Hampshire prides itself on a culture that is driven by respect, integrity, teamwork, and our collective vision for the future. Breathe New Hampshire is a tobacco and vape free workplace.

Position Summary:

The Development Associate supports Breathe New Hampshire’s ability to engage volunteers, donors and those living with lung disease in support of our mission. The Development Associate will report to the Senior Director of Philanthropy in the management and execution of development activities with a focus on product sales, fundraising events, database oversight and marketing outreach.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in the management, development and promotion of the Fun Pass, a coupon book produced annually.
  • Provide customer support to Fun Pass purchasers including schools, groups and individual purchasers.
  • Solicit and manage the annual selection and recruitment of attractions that are to be included in the Fun Pass, including securing executed agreements with the attractions selected.
  • Support the staff in all aspects of planning special events, such as event promotion, day of logistics, data entry and volunteer management.
  • Manage daily data entry into NEON, a donor management software, including donor letters and event registrations.
  • Coordinate with the Finance Department to ensure records are accurate monthly.
  • Assist in communication efforts to volunteers and donors.
  • Serve on working committees as appropriate and when necessary.
  • Other support responsibilities as deemed necessary.


Requires an organized individual who has a solid understanding of fundraising and marketing. In addition, the position requires a person with excellent oral, written and communications skills.  The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who is able to manage multiple projects at the same time while collaborating with various colleagues. The ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with external groups such as donors, sponsors, Fun Pass customers and volunteers is key. Proficiency with Microsoft Office required and experience with CRM Databases, social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, website management and other various technologies a plus. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a relevant field, with 3-5 years’ relevant work experience is preferred.


The position is flexible part-time, 20 - 30 hours per week.

Salary Range: $20 - $24 per hour


-        Earned sick and vacation time

-        Paid Holidays

-        401k contribution

-        Paid day off for birthday

To apply, email cover letter and resume to:

Claudia Bonvouloir, Director of Human Resources
or send to:
Breathe New Hampshire
Attn:  Human Resources
145 Hollis St, Unit C
Manchester, NH  03101









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