ID: 179376

Executive Committee Member - Treasurer (voluntary)

Animal Welfare Regular - more than 6 months Bibra Lake WA

About this opportunity

Help Wild Lives Live!   Position: Executive Committee Member - Treasurer (Voluntary) Are you passionate about wildlife conservation and animal welfare? Do you possess CPA or equivalent accounting qualifications? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to make a meaningful impact with WA Wildlife.   Responsibilities: As the Treasurer of WA Wildlife, you will play a vital role in ensuring the financial health and sustainability of our organisation. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Working with the Executive Committee to develop financial policies and lead strategic planning.
  • Managing the financial affairs of WA Wildlife in accordance with accounting standards, ACNC regulations, and other legislative requirements.
  • Providing monthly and annual financial reports to the Executive Committee to support informed decision-making.
  • Overseeing accounting practices, including annual audits and reserves management.
  • Collaborating with senior management, the organisation's accountant and bookkeeper to maintain financial integrity.

Opportunity for Growth: This role isn't just about managing numbers; it's about driving future income streams to ensure the financial stability and growth of WA Wildlife. As Treasurer, you will have the opportunity to shape our organisation's financial future, contributing directly to our mission of wildlife conservation and animal welfare.   Commitment: Approximately 1-2 hours per week of volunteer work is required for this role. Whether you choose to work from the WA Wildlife office or from the comfort of your home, your dedication and expertise will make a tangible difference in our organisation's ongoing growth and success.   Why Join WA Wildlife? By joining our team as Treasurer, you'll be part of a passionate community dedicated to protecting and preserving wildlife. Your contributions will directly impact our ability to carry out vital conservation initiatives, ensuring a brighter future for wildlife across Western Australia.   How to Apply: If you're ready to take on this rewarding challenge and make a real difference in the world of wildlife conservation, we want to hear from you! Please submit your application, including a resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications and interest in the role.   Join us at WA Wildlife and be a driving force for positive change in wildlife conservation and animal welfare! Together, we will “Help Wild Lives Live”®

Additional requirements

National Police Certificate *. Others .

Professional standards as well as excellent customer service skills and a team player.

* May be arranged via the Organisation. Details to be provided on expression of interest.
Time Required

Monthly Executive Meeting (2 hours) Work across the month (10-12 hrs)

Suitable for
  • Centrelink Volunteers
  • Skilled Volunteers
  • Wheelchair Access

Induction and handover/mentoring from outgoing Treasurer