Now-Hiring-imageWant to work in a great environment? Fun people? Do you like accounting? A place where there are constantly new things happening?

If you think you have something to offer the Northwest Native Development Fund then we want to hear from you. We are actively seeking a staff accountant. Currently it is a part time position that will be four days a week at seven hours per day. A very high possibility that it will lead to a full time position after training and company growth.


—Staff Accountant—

Organization: Northwest Native Development Fund (NNDF)

Position title: Staff Accountant

Supervisor: NNDF Executive Director

Salary and Benefits:    DOE

Hours: Part time to start. Four seven hour days.

Minimum Qualifications: Degree in finance, accounting or business administration is preferred with course work in business finance and analysis. Acceptable experience in lieu of education would be a minimum of five years experience in accounting, bookkeeping, finance or other related business field. Non-profit experience strongly desired. Must possess excellent computer, organizational and communication (verbal and written) skills. Must be familiar with word processing and spreadsheet software and common office equipment. Must have and maintain a valid Washington State driver’s license and have own, reliable auto. Must meet physical demands of the position.

Desired Skills and Experience: Knowledge of Quickbooks accounting software and Excel Spreadsheet software is essential. Must possess the ability to generate financial reports for multiple funding entities. Be able to track grant/funding dollars based on services provided. Applicants for the position will be expected to lean how to prepare and present written and oral loan summaries and portfolio reports using computerized financial analysis programs and loan portfolio management software. Must also be able to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing. Ability to pay close attention to numerous details. Must be self motivated and able to work independently, but also cooperatively with co-workers, clients, governmental agencies, financial institutions, the private sector, the general public and others. Must be able to meet deadlines and work effectively under pressure.

Duties of the Position:            The successful applicant will be responsible for preparing monthly financial reports (Quickbooks), tracking grants and assisting Executive Director in preparing reports for Board of Directors and Funding Authorities.

The position also coordinates technical assistance for borrowers and potential new clients in cooperation with the NNDF Small Business Counselor/Executive Director, local Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs), SCORE, business training entities such as the community college, work source and skill source, and economic development organizations. The technical assistance involves referring clients or existing borrowers to these resources as well as following up to assess the impact and progress.

Occasional travel is required within the areas surrounding the Colville Indian Reservation, the Spokane Indian Reservation and the Kalispell Indian Reservation and Airway Heights. Some travel to other parts of the state may be required for meetings, workshops and training seminars.

Abilities and physical Demands: Position requires the ability to talk to and communicate with the public, co-workers and groups. Sits at a desk, at meetings and in vehicles for long periods of time. Uses hands and fingers to handle the telephone, computer, office equipment and write. Vision abilities require reviewing technical and legal documents, reports, telephone numbers, analytical and statistical reports. Stands and walks short distances. Stoops and bends, handles and lifts books, papers, client folders and office equipment up to 50 pounds.

Email resume to and request an application form. Call (509) 633-9940.

Download application here: Employment application