About the Role
We are seeking a highly skilled part time Indigenous Tax CPA to assist GSC with our non-profit income tax returns, providing tax planning and consulting services and helping us stay current on tax laws and regulations. We need support with financial statement preparation services across New York and Colorado. This is a part-time, remote position and the schedule is flexible. If you are a highly motivated and experienced Tax CPA looking for an opportunity to make a positive impact on the Native communities, we encourage you to apply.
Duties and Responsibilities
Stay current on tax laws and regulations, this is especially important as we operate out of two states (New York/Colorado)
Provide tax planning and consulting services
Prepare and review non-profit income tax returns to ensure compliance with state and federal laws
Communicate with clients, government agencies, and other financial professionals if necessary
Provide financial statement preparation services
Occasional meetings with GSC management as needed
Requirements and Qualifications
Minimum of 3 years of experience in tax accounting
Strong knowledge of US tax laws and regulations (including Native reservations in Colorado)
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work independently and remotely
Experience working with Native American/Indigenous clients is a plus
Grinding Stone Collective Inc. strives to uplift Indigenous communities through community education, reciprocity and stewardship. We cultivate inter-tribal knowledge sharing online and in person, creating jobs and increasing visibility for native communities and the issues that impact us most. Our digital spaces allow Natives to showcase their knowledge and skills while simultaneously growing in the community. Grinding Stone culminates from years of building networks across cultural boundaries. Through innovative use of technology for educational platforms, Grinding Stone Collective creates space for Indigenous peoples to build community, combat erasure, and ensures that future generations will recognize native technology as the worlds oldest database of knowledge.