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Theatre for a New Audience is seeking a motivated, well-organized Finance Associate to work with the Finance Director to compile, prepare and maintain financial data.

Founded in 1979, Theatre for a New Audience is a nonprofit classical theatre that produces plays by Shakespeare and other classics for Off-Broadway audiences as well as students enrolled in New York City public schools.

Position Summary

The Finance Associate will assist with General Ledger reconciliations, monthly departmental reporting, financial statement preparation, annual audit preparation, as well as other duties as assigned.

Position Responsibilities

  • Accounts payable processing – process invoices for payment, weekly check runs, maintain vendor files and post related transactions to the general ledger as well as annual 1099 and 1096 filings.
  • Payroll – process weekly departmental payrolls using outside payroll service and post related journal entries.
  • Cash Receipts/Banking – Make deposits and corresponding entries; manage and monitor petty cash and cash advances.
  • General Ledger – compile, prepare, and maintain financial data, prepare and post monthly journal entries; run month-end financial reports including account reconciliations.
  • Audit – assist with the preparation of annual audit and tax return schedules, and confirmation letters.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (preferred), 2-3 years’ relevant nonprofit experience (preferred), knowledge of Financial Edge accounting software (preferred).

Ability to: demonstrate strong written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills; multi-task; work under pressure, and meet deadlines.

Salary: $40,000-$42,000

To Apply: Send resume and cover letter, including salary history and requirements to:

Mary Sormeley
Finance Director
Theatre for a New Audience
154 Christopher Street, Suite 3D
New York, New York 10014


Equal Opportunity Employer

by Milton Glaser



Pictured above: Kathryn Hunter and cast members of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, photo by Joan Marcus.