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Treasurer Job Description


Position and Purpose

The Treasurer has custody of Sequoia Audubon’s funds and securities and is responsible for keeping the financial books of the organization.


Duties
  • Maintains the organization’s financial books using Quickbooks.

  • Deposits funds or securities received to the credit of Sequoia Audubon in a depository as designated by the Board of Directors.

  • Disburses the funds of Sequoia Audubon as directed by the Board and keeps appropriate records of all such transactions.

  • Prepares the annual budget taking into consideration each type of revenue and expenditure as to amount, probability, and agreement with mission statement. Reports each month to the Board on the budget variance to actual income and expenditures.

  • Checks or Drafts of Sequoia Audubon shall be signed as prescribed by a resolution of the Board of Directors.

  • Prepares financial statements and reports each month to the Board.

  • Works with the Investment Committee to invest funds as directed by the board.

  • In conjunction with the Secretary, attests to contracts or agreements representing Sequoia Audubon.

  • Responsible for insuring insurance and all government forms (e.g. federal, state, county property tax exemption forms) and non-profit reporting forms for federal and state documents related to keeping the organization in business are obtained, prepared, and filed on-time.


Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
  • Ability to use Quickbooks.

  • Ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel, and distribute financial reports using the internet and email.

  • Principles of accounting and financial record keeping.

  • Well-organized writing skills and an ability to communicate complicated issues to a lay audience.

  • Time management and organizational skills.

  • Initiative, good judgment, and an ability to work independently in a changing environment.


Time Commitment
  • Approximately 10 hours per month keeping the books, recording deposits, writing and recording checks to pay expenses, and distributing financial reports.

  • Approximately 30 hours once a year to produce the necessary government forms.

Skills

  • Financial Planning
  • Budgeting
  • Bookkeeping
  • Reporting & Dashboards
  • Accounting

Good Match For

Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

N/A

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