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DataWorks NC is currently seeking volunteer candidates for the Treasurer role on its Board of Directors.
The Treasurer shall have primary custody of all funds and securities belonging to the corporation and shall receive, deposit or disburse the same under the direction of the Board of Directors; provided, that the Board may appoint a custodian or depository for any such funds or securities, and the Board Chair and Vice-Chair together with the Treasurer will jointly authorize how such funds may be disbursed or transferred. The Treasurer shall in general perform the duties incident to the office and such other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the Board Chair or the Board of Directors.
The annual organization budget is approximately $500,000 annually.
Treasurer Responsibilities (Approximately 6-8 hours per month)
- Review and sign off on monthly bank statements on no longer than a bimonthly frequency. (Currently done in 2-month batches proper to each board meeting.)
- Review quarterly financials to interpret and identify emerging trends, unexpected costs and opportunities for improvement. Contribute these observations to a quarterly review for the board of directors.
- Provide information and support for annual tax filing. This includes support for any 3rd party contractors involved in tax filing. Currently (2022), we rely on a 3rd party CPA firm to prepare and submit a 990. Treasurer must review and sign final 990 filing.
- Approve (with one executive staff member), staff purchases above $2,000. (This is also reflected in our M&F bank card policy.)
- Support staff in preparation and presentation of substantial changes to annual budget (particularly major grants that add new staffing costs, or others with potential long-term budget implications).
- Attend all board and committee meetings, and review supporting materials in advance.
- Be informed about the mission, policies, and programs; participate in racial equity training.
- Serve on committees or task forces and offer to take on special assignments.
- Inform others about the organization and suggest possible nominees to the board who can make significant contributions to the work of the board and the organization.
- Nonprofit bookkeeping, finance, or accounting experience
- Knowledge of nonprofit tax filing and financial auditing processes
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