Why Work For Simpson?
Our Mission is to house, support and advocate for people experiencing homelessness. We believe that everybody has the right to safe and affordable housing; we strive to strive to create a collaborative community with the individuals we serve, within Simpson, and with the greater community; and we advocate against the injustices of society that cause homelessness and poverty. On a daily basis, we celebrate and embrace the uniqueness and dignity of every person and encourage people to draw upon their strengths and promote the power of self-advocacy.
Simpson Housing Services began as an emergency overnight shelter in the basement of Simpson United Methodist Church in 1982. Simpson has since become a leading nonprofit providing assistance to people experiencing homelessness. In response to un-met community needs, our programs have grown to include emergency shelter, single adult supportive housing, and family supportive housing. We work across the metro area, partnering with landlords and developers to find affordable housing for all families and individuals. At any given time, we provide supportive services to 100 individuals and 200 families with over 400 children.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY & RACIAL JUSTICE
Simpson Housing Services is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to the principles of diversity. Diversity continues to be our primary focus in staffing and hiring, as it is important to us that our staff demographics be representative of the population demographics whom we serve. As an affirmative action employer, we actively seek and encourage applications from women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and individuals with protected veteran status.
How Can You Contribute?
The position of Data Entry Clerk, under direct supervision of the Accounting/Operations Manager, must retype information into new accounting software from scanned documents, and apply receipts to the correct customer with the correct coding. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented and fluent in English.
This is a highly flexible position, but we ask for a commitment of at 20-30 hours per week for approximately 2-3 months.
Demonstrate essential knowledge, abilities, and skills:
- Code and enter all bank deposit data from scanned source documents.
- Enter other data as needed.
- Check for accuracy and completeness.
- Fluent English skills
- Must be located in Minnesota, United States.
- Excellent spelling and grammar.
- Fully remote, except for one day on-site training.
Scope of Position
- Must pass Department of Human Services NetStudy 2.0 background check.
Essential Mental and Physical Functions
Employee must be able to sit for long periods of time and enter data on a computer.
Type of guidance and supervision received: Will participate in regular team meetings, weekly direct supervision meetings with Simpson supervisor.
Number of Direct Reports: None
Number of In-direct Reports: None
Budget Responsibility: None