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COMMUNITY LIVER ALLIANCE

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Community Liver Alliance

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.Board Treasurer Position Description
The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.
The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
Duties include;
* Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
* Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
* 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:
* Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
* Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
* Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
* Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.
Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.Board Treasurer Position Description
The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.
The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
Duties include;
* Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
* Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
* 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:
* Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
* Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
* Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
* Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.
Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasurer Position Description

The Community Liver Alliance (CLA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to promoting liver health and liver disease awareness, prevention, education and research. Supported by a network of patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals and community leaders, the organization conducts screenings, develops and runs educational workshops, coordinates support groups, facilitates linkage to necessary medical care, provides education for policy makers on issues related to liver health and works with community leaders and groups to raise awareness about liver disease.

The Treasurer which is a member of the Board and serves as a member of the Executive Committee. The Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of the Community Liver Alliance. Professional qualifications include a diverse financial background which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.

Duties include;

  • Managing the volunteer Finance Committee.
  • Recruitment of Finance Committee members.
  • 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.

The Treasurer balances these key qualities and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge - Thorough understanding of the financial reports. It helps to have some financial background, which may require some supplemental training in nonprofit financial terminology and requirements.
  • Communications - Able to translate financial information and financial concepts for the board. The treasurer doesn’t necessarily have to present the financial reports at board meetings, but they may need to help to explain and re-frame until everyone understands the reports. It’s also the treasurer’s role to interpret and translate the board’s questions, goals, or concerns about the financial information or financial situation to the staff.
  • Planning - Partner with the staff leadership to develop a useful budget. The treasurer can bring great value in preparing for budget discussions and conveying budget information to the board. Budgets are the financial version of an annual or strategic plan and the treasurer is in the best position to make sure that budget priorities and decisions reflect the intentions and objectives of the board.
  • Strategy - Great treasurers go beyond annual budgets, audits, and financial reports to bring financial leadership to the organization. Great treasurers look down the road to find the financial options and decisions needed for longer term goals and initiate discussions to connect finance and mission.

Time Commitment: 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

Board Treasure

More opportunities with COMMUNITY LIVER ALLIANCE

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About COMMUNITY LIVER ALLIANCE

Location:

100 W STATION SQUARE DR, SUITE 1930, PITTSBURGH, PA 15219, US

Mission Statement

Our vision also includes initiatives to educate the community at large on liver wellness and to act as an advocate to government officials to ensure that issues surrounding liver disease, screenings, education and research funding are recognized and supported.

Description

The foucs of the Community Liver Alliance is to provide support and education to those experiening liver illnesses and their caregivers. We also provide resources to local health care professionals.

With the efforts of our board of directors, volunteers, partners and donors, we are developing a comprehensive advocacy program surrounding liver-related issues including liver disease prevention and awareness. These efforts will include promoting liver health through community outreach and funding local research.

One of our key strengths lies in our ability to bring together key partners to meet the needs of those we serve. These partnerships and collaborations create a culture of expertise in all aspects of liver-related issues including transplantation. We are doing it all close to home, all the funds we raise are used within the community.

WHEN

Tue Jan 07, 2020 - Fri Jan 07, 2022

WHERE

Community LIver Alliance100 W. Station Square Drive, Suite 1945Pittsburgh, PA 15219

(40.43345,-80.0039)
 

SKILLS

  • Financial Auditing
  • Budgeting
  • Reporting & Dashboards
  • Cost Analysis
  • ETC / Tax Assistance
  • Accounting

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 Executive Committee meetings, 4 Board meetings and Quarterly Finance Committee meetings. Meeting attendance can be attended via technology.

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