Thank you for your interest in employment at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas.
Available positions are listed below and are updated as changes occur.

 
March 23, 2015
 
Accounting Coordinator & Project Development Associate
 
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) seeks a fullā€time Accounting Coordinator & Project Development Associate to join our operations team. We are seeking a candidate with excellent organization skills, keen attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize and meet deadlines. Ethical conduct including the ability to maintain confidentiality is critical to this position. Experience in accounting, administration, or project management is required. Computer skills with demonstrated competency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and SharePoint are highly desired. Accounting Coordinator & Project Development Associate will be expected to work well independently, with others, and perform well on a variety of teams.
 
A Bachelor’s Degree or Higher is preferred. One year of accounting, business or operations experience is helpful but not required. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
 
The essential functions of the accounting part of this position include reviewing and analyzing invoices and expenses to ensure accuracy of coding and costs; processing A/P invoices from entry in QuickBooks through payment; preparing financial reports and invoices as requested; managing and operating the customer database and sales reports for BRIT Press; managing and assisting the operations of Shopify; performing reconciliations for program budgets and various general ledger accounts; and preparing A/R invoices and processing payments.
The essential functions of the project development part of this position include being assigned as point of contact for projects; performing logistical tasks required such as assembling a team, coordinating schedules and meetings, and assigning tasks to various members on the project team; providing technical management and logistical advice and assistance to department heads and staff; responding to inquiries, facilitating, and troubleshooting problems associated with the development and design of project; collaborating with various stakeholders and staff in developing, implementing, and executing the project on time.
 
All BRIT employees work to meet BRIT Expectations that lead to a positive work environment focused on growth and success. These expectations include interfacing with others in a professional and respectful manner, being engaged on a day-to-day basis, collaborating with others, and making communication a priority. To apply, submit cover letter and resume to: cjohnson@brit.org. Applications will be considered until the position is filled. Selection of applicants will be made through assessment of: 1) Interpersonal skills, 2) Related work experience, 3) References, and 4) Level of enthusiasm and commitment. Successful applicant will be subject to a criminal and consumer credit background check. BRIT is an equal opportunity employer.