The function of the Treasurer is to manage and report on the association's finances, ensuring financial accountability and maintaining transparency for the organization.
All Board positions are voluntary, and will incur professional experience, community and artistic connections, and learning opportunities. Board members receive no monetary compensation for their services.
Board members serve three year terms, roughly scheduled as follows. Year one: training/transition. Year two: development. Year three: recruiting, training and transition to incoming board members.
Board members serve for a three year term, attending monthly board meetings, attending Ae events, and working with artists, volunteers and board members to serve and further Altered Esthetics' Mission.
Responsible for directing Altered Esthetics budget, overseeing financial planning, managing and analyzing financial records
File annually with the Secretary of State
Facilitate annual taxes (Form 990)
Issue Artist Payments
Organize and maintain accounting files and manage annual renewals
Organize and submit deposits, track accounts and bills
Track donations and issue reimbursements
Manage monthly process, including month-end account reconciliations
Provide board with regular financial updates
Provide project budgets to Development Committee as needed
To apply for Co-Director position, please send the following information in PDF format to email@example.com
Subject Line: Application for Treasurer
- Cover Letter