Power Paws founded in 2001 is a small nonprofit. Our Treasurer is largely influential in proper financial management and thus, also greatly affects the public's perception, trust, and assurance in Power Paws' management. Ultimately, while financial management is the primary focus of the Treasurer, the entire board shares accountability.
Responsibilities: Oversee the management and reporting of Power Paw's finances. Including:
- Bank account maintenance and investing excess funds wisely*
- Financial transaction oversight - Being knowledgeable about who has access to the organization's funds, and any outstanding bills or debts owed.
- Developing systems for keeping cash flow manageable.
- Budgets - Developing the annual budget as well as comparing the actual revenues and expenses incurred against the budget. Evaluate the agency's financial performance.
- Financial Policies - Overseeing the development and observation of the organization's financial policies.
- Reports - Keeping the board regularly informed of key financial events, trends, concerns, and assessment of fiscal health.
- Finance Committee - Serve as Chair of the Finance Committee
- o Completing required financial reporting forms in a timely fashion and making these forms available to the Board.
- o Manage, with the finance committee, the board's review of and action related to the board's financial responsibilities.
- o Act as Power Paws liaison, to research, make recommendations and execute the investment of excess funds with the full approval of the Board. *
- Attend board meetings (six (6) board meetings)
- Maintain knowledge of the organization and personal commitment to its goals and objectives
- Work with the chief executive and the chief development officer to ensure that appropriate financial reports are made available to the board on a timely basis
- Present the annual budget to the board for approval
- Review the annual audit and answer board members' questions about the audit
Understand financial accounting for nonprofit organizations, financial literacy, attention to detail, timeliness in completing tasks, neat and accurate record keeping, and a willingness to ask questions.
How to Apply:
Please contact Jeanne Pollock, Vice President - Board of Directors via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer - Board of Directors
- Financial Auditing
- Financial Service Assistance
- ETC / Tax Assistance
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 24
- Orientation or Training
- 10 hours per month