Position: Accounting Intern
The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1991. Our mission is to make self-awareness, self-care, and group support central to all healthcare; the training of health professionals; and the education of our children. Founded and directed by Dr. James S. Gordon, CMBM uses an evidence-based model of self-care, self-awareness, and group support to promote population-wide healing and personal transformation. CMBM has worked with communities in wartime, post-war, and natural disaster situations, including working in Kosovo, Gaza and Israel, Southern Louisiana post-Katrina, Haiti following the 2010 earthquake, and with Syrian refugees in Jordan, as well as with first responders after 9/11, in Newtown, Connecticut following the tragedy at Sandy Hook, and with active duty military and veterans across the country. Our work has been published in major academic journals where findings, in Kosovo and Gaza, have demonstrated that CMBM’s model may reduce symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder by 80%.
The Center for Mind-Body Medicine is looking for an accounting intern. This position is ideal for someone who wants to learn the accounting and finance side of a nonprofit, or has an interest in accounting, math, or finance and wants to use those interests to help others.
The responsibilities include:
- Processing check deposits through a check scanner
- Processing Accounts Payable through a scanner.
- Reviewing and reconcile staff expense reports for credit card receipts.
- Reviewing and reconcile reports from international programs.
- Receive and register invoices
- Filing paid invoices in the vendor files.
- Pulling invoice and other documents for our annual audit
- Preparing labels and files at the beginning of the year for vendors.
- Answering the phone
- Other projects as needed
Experience and Competencies Required
Skills/qualities required: Detail-oriented; ability to handle multiple tasks, priorities and deadlines; quick and analytical thinker; proficiency in proofreading; punctual and responsible; proactive in problem solving; excellent organizational skills; capability of working with minimal supervision.
The schedule is flexible, usually 2-3 days a week.
Location and Travel Requirements
Based in Washington, DC (near Nebraska Ave. and Connecticut Ave.)
Please email your cover letter and resume before with the subject “Accounting Intern Application” to [email protected]. Address your cover letter to Paulina Colina. Only selected candidates will be contacted; no calls or drop-ins, please. The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) is an equal opportunity employer. For more information visit cmbm.org/about.