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The Accounts Receivable Coordinator is responsible for proper record keeping and reporting for all types of revenue (philanthropic and government grants, individual contributions, and earned) across the NDN ecosystem, corresponds with team members as necessary regarding revenue, and provides overall assistance in the Finance Department.
The Controller will oversee and manage the day-to-day and long-term financial and administrative operations of the agency. The Controller will ensure accounting records and financial statements are in compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and ensure maintenance of effective internal controls.
With special attention to media strategy, narrative and copy editing, the Deputy Director of Communications works across a host of disciplines and platforms, including email, social media, blogs, website, and management of internal and external communications systems.
The Executive Assistant to the President & CEO provides services essential to the mission of the organization and the day-to-day operations of the President’s Office. This position also provides support to the organization’s Board of Directors.
The Warehouse Manager will oversee NDN Collective’s Warehouse systems and policies.
The Media and Public Relations Officer acts as the primary media contact for the NDN Collective ecosystem and the President & CEO, creating and managing communications and messaging that shape public opinion and increase awareness of the NDN brand.
The Advancement Officer will lead the department’s grant and report writing and management.
The Director of Advancement will spearhead advancement efforts as NDN Collective launches and grows to become the most ambitious, systemic effort to empower Indigenous communities in the history of philanthropy.