Part -Time Accounting Clerk


This position is responsible for completing various administrative duties and some basic accounting tasks to assist members of the Accounting department.


  • Monthly Close Process support: binding journals, filing and organizing reconciliations
  • Ad hoc audit & tax return related requests, such as pulling audit selection support
  • Ad hoc department projects and tasks for accounting team
  • Ad hoc projects utilizing Microsoft Office
  • Coordinating and processing of government financial survey reporting
  • Coordinate offsite storage & filing requests
  • General administrative assistance, such as scheduling recurring meetings, scanning files, check deposits, intra-department mail distribution (requiring an understanding of team members' roles), monitoring and assisting with response to centralized accounting e-mail addresses
  • Collection of data for owners' suite usage


  • Undergraduate degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or equivalent, or currently pursuing such degree
  • Demonstrated motivation and drive, proactively seeks to add value to the team
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Demonstrated relationship building and communication skills, including the ability to work as part of a team
  • Demonstrated ability to juggle multiple tasks and adapt to changing priorities
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite of products
  • This position's hours will fluctuate based on need, ranging from 12-24 hours per week, likely across 2 – 3 days


  • Previous experience as an administrative assistant
  • Previous experience in an accounting department

The Chicago Cubs are an Equal Opportunity Employer

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