Volunteer Board Treasurer

Location
Georgia (Metro Atlanta TBD)
Salary
Volunteer
Posted
Sep 14, 2020
Closes
Sep 23, 2020
Job Function
Accounting / Finance
Position Type
Volunteer
Degree Level
Bachelors
Willingness to Travel
up to 25%
Experience Level
Professional

The Volunteer Board Treasurer duties/responsibilities are as following:

  • Is a member of the Board (see Board Member requirements below)
  • Manages finances of the organization
  • Administrates fiscal matters of the organization
  • Provides annual budget to the board for members' approval
  • Ensures development and board review of financial policies and procedures
  • Develop and enforce strong internal controls and financial management policies
  • Ensure accurate and complete financial reporting and proper maintenance of financial records and information/tax returns
  • Regularly assess risks and whether and how such risks should be mitigated
  • Keep a calendar of filing requirements and deadlines and have clear assignments (with backups) to help ensure they are all met in a timely manner
  • Have the organization’s financials audited whenever required or advisable

Volunteer Board Member Job Description

Volunteer Board Member for Nonprofit that serves Military Veterans through Equine-assisted Activities. Annual commitment to serve on the Board and fundraise or donate a minimum of $1,000 each year. Attend Quarterly Meetings in-person or remotely, via telephone or video chat.

Each individual Board Member is expected to:

• know the mission, policies, programs, and needs
• faithfully read and understand the financial statements
• serve as active advocates and ambassadors and fully engage in identifying and securing the financial resources and partnerships necessary for Project Charlie Oscar Inc. to advance its mission
• leverage connections, networks, and resources to develop collective action to fully achieve Project Charlie Oscar’s mission
• help identify personal connections that can benefit fundraising and reputational standing, and can influence public policy
• prepare for, attend, and conscientiously participate in board meetings