We are seeking a senior accountant to play an integral role in advancing the financial health of our organization. You will bring a passion for numbers, systems, puzzles, and collaboration to our growing Operations Team.
Core areas of responsibility include:
- Maintaining, analyzing, verifying, and reconciling complex financial transactions
- Maintaining the accuracy of our ledgers and financial systems
- Helping to prepare budgets, the annual audits, and regular closing
We offer an annual starting salary of $68,700 with a compensation package and work environment that values communication, innovation, learning, and growth.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 21, 2022.
The Vermont Land Trust is exploring and advancing DEIB (diversity, equity, inclusivity, and belonging) both internally and externally.
For over ten years, a staff-lead team (call the Power, Privilege, and Equity team) has organized trainings and shared learning opportunities to deepen our own understanding of white supremacy culture, the historic role that conservation has played in advancing racism and exclusion, and the experiences of marginalized communities in Vermont. This learning from the inside-out has informed our external efforts. Over the past few years we have worked to build relationships with marginalized people and communities-- first seeking to understand, then working to build common ground. Some relationships have lead to the conservation of tribal lands, broader ownership of farmland among Black and Indigenous people, land restoration projects with Abenaki leaders, and broader awareness of land-justice issues.