DDA is a 501C-3 Nonprofit organization focused helping individuals with co-occurring disorders find recovery and grow within our program. DDA provides peer led meetings and support for individuals at any stage of their personal journey.
DDA employees 100% peers with lived experience from mental health and/or addiction challenges.
DDA’s work environment fosters both personal and professional growth, opportunities to be of service to DDAers and the community and working with a group of amazing team to help reduce stigma around Mental Health and Addictions.
Please see our open positions below.
DDA’s Bookkeeper will be responsible for various accounting functions of the organization, including accounts receivable, drawdowns, FFRs (Federal Financial Reports), and month-end closing using QuickBooks Online. The position will be responsible for maintaining files, audits, and tax returns. In collaboration with the Deputy Director, he maintains internal control systems for all financial/accounting policies, activities, functions, and processes in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). This position will supervise the Accounts Payable Specialist.
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How to Apply
Please download and return DDA’s Job Application along with your cover letter and current resume to DDA’s Executive Director, Doyal Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.