BOS Treasurer

Tasks & Responsibilities:

Accounts

·                     Advice to committee re accuracy of Monthly Balance Sheets & Profit & Loss Statements prepared by Bookkeeper

·                     Presenting monthly Balance Sheets & Profit & Loss Statements to Committee at Committee Meetings

·                     Reviewing  end of year financial statements prepared by bookkeeper before presentation to committee

Compliance

·                     Managing audit of accounts

·                     Review BAS statements prepared by bookkeeper

·                     Tax Returns

·                     Register of Environmental Organisations reporting

Advice and Strategy

·                     Be available to answer emails normally within 48 hours.

·                     Attendance upon Committee Meeting teleconference (six-weekly) when required

·                     Corresponding/liaising with ATO, Banks etc

·                     Provide advice & recommendations re accounting, GST issues

·                     Review  of Committee Meeting Report prepared by bookkeeper

·                     Implementation and monitoring of systems & processes for accounting

 

Reporting Relationships:

Reporting to the Voluntary Committee, in particular the Vice-President and President and close liaison with Bookkeeper & Administrator.

 

Skills & Aptitudes:

·                     Relevant degree or higher qualification

·                     At least 5 years accounting experience

·                     Good communication skills

·                     Membership of professional association

·                     MYOB and or Quickbooks experience

·                     Email and computer skills

·                     Location not important as most BOSA communications is by email and telephone. Applicant must be prepared to check emails at least most days and respond to any urgent matters.

 

FOOTNOTE:

The roles of the Treasurer as described in the constitution are:

16.           TREASURER

 It is the duty of the treasurer of the association to ensure:

(1)    that all money due to the association is collected and received that all payments authorised by the association are made; and

(2)    that correct books and accounts are kept showing the financial affairs of the association, including full details of all receipt and expenditure connected with the activities of the association.

(3)   That such other duties as are imposed by these Rules and by the Act are performed.

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