- Published: 01 July 2013
Club Role Definition – Treasurer
The role of the Treasurer is to oversee the finances of the club and to report on the income and expenditure at committee meetings and the club’s AGM.
- Manage all income and expenditure, including banking arrangements.
- Manage legal requirements such as taxation and charitable status.
- Report regularly to the committee/chairperson on the club’s financial status.
- Prepare / present audited financial year end report to the AGM.
- Financial planning, budgeting and monitoring throughout the year.
- Good accounting knowledge.
- Good organisational skills.
- Good administrative/IT skills.
- Good communication skills.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability to handle money and cheques carefully and appropriately.
- Confidence with numbers.
Commitment to Club:
The Treasurer needs to be a regular attendee at club committee meetings, which are held five times a year, in order to report on the state of the club finances and to understand what income and expenditure to expect.
Most tasks can be carried out from home on a computer. The Treasurer will need their own IT equipment. It is expected to take a couple of hours a week performing tasks necessary to manage the club’s finances.
The Club’s Commitment to You:
By accepting the role of Treasurer, the club will commit to support you in this role, ensuring that members respect the positive contribution you are making to the club on a voluntary basis.
The club also commits to refunding any expenses necessarily incurred on behalf of the club in a timely manner.