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CHAPTER VOLUNTEER POSITION DESCRIPTION

 Board of Directors - Treasurer

 

OUR MISSION

·      To stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime.

ROLE PROFILE

·      As Chapter Treasurer, you are the key financial leader / advisor for a dynamic grassroots MADD Canada Chapter within your community. You will work collaboratively with fellow board members; community partners and the national office to support our mission.

COMMITMENT                                                                                                                        

·      1-2 year term, 3-5+ hours / month.

PREREQUISITE

·      Be an active Chapter member.

RESPONSIBILITIES: KEY TASKS / ACTIVITIES           

·      Assume overall responsibility for the financial stability of the Chapter.

·      Ensure that all financial information is entered into a standardized accounting system on a monthly basis.

·      Help the Chapter President prepare an annual budget.

·      Assist committee chairs with budget updates and approved expenditures.

·      Attend monthly board / Chapter meetings – provide a report.

·      Attend annual general and / or general meetings – provide a report.

·      Be a signing officer on behalf of the Chapter (as required).

·      Work collaboratively with fellow board members; your community; community partners (i.e., police, fire, emergency medical services, media, schools, health department, local merchants. companies, etc…) and the national office.

·      Be knowledgeable about MADD Canada’s policies, programs and services.

·      Maintain regular contact / communication with fellow board members, committee chairs, etc…

·      Complete all monthly, quarterly and year end financial reports in a timely manner.

·      Ensure all monthly, quarterly and year end financial reports are sent timely to the national office.

·      Co-ensure the Chapter is compliant with national policies and procedures.

·      Co-ensure the Chapter is on target to meet annual core service requirements in order to receive grant funding from the national office.

·      Promote the Chapter positively within the community.

·      Act as a spokesperson & community liaison for the Chapter (as required).

·      Actively seek opportunities to grow a healthy and financially stable Chapter.

·      Actively seek opportunities to partner and build strategic alliances / partnerships within your local community.

·      Lead by example.

BENEFITS TO VOLUNTEERING

·      Share your skills and expertise as a financial leader / advisor.

·      Meet new people.

·      Gain new insights and experiences.

·      Explore and / or confirm career opportunities.

·      Contribute to well-being of your community.

PREFERRED SKILLS & QUALITIES

·      You possess strong leadership skills.

·      You are a strategic thinker.

·      You enjoy working with numbers.

·      You are friendly and flexible.

·      You are a team player.

·      You possess tact, discipline and attention to detail.

·      You have experience preparing financial reports, statements and spreadsheets.

·      You possess strong financial / accounting skills.

·      You have prior experience serving on a board of directors in a similar capacity (preferred, but not required).

ORIENTATION

·      You will receive an Orientation Guide and might be asked to attend an Orientation Session (from / by your local Chapter).

TRAINING

·      You will be supported and trained by fellow board members and / or the Chapter Administrative Assistant.

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