New Zealand Fashion Museum-Treasurer Volunteer Position

Job details

New Zealand Fashion Museum
7 Aug 2020
National, Auckland
Work type
Work classification
Management & Admin


New Zealand Fashion Museum-Treasurer Volunteer Position

Are you passionate about what we wear? The New Zealand Fashion Museum is looking for a treasurer to replace our current treasurer, who cannot continue due to time commitments. The
position is unpaid.

This board role is both a governance and operational role due to the financial administrative tasks that are required/need oversight.

The Organisation
The New Zealand Fashion Museum is a charitable trust that was established in February 2010 and looks to develop and deliver programmes that activate engagement and build an understanding of
what we wear.

Key Responsibilities include:
● Prepare year end reports including liaising with the auditors to facilitate audit sign off.
● Prepare the annual budget in conjunction with the other Board members.
● Prepare monthly accounts and projected cash flow accounts to the board monthly.
● File fortnightly PAYE and make payments.
● File bi-monthly GST and make payments.
● Make payments to all creditors.
● Provide tactical financial support for funding strategy and applications.
● Provide financial support to all Grant writing applications as required.
● Manage banking relationships.
● Plan your succession.

Ideal Candidate:
● CA qualification or relevant experience.
● Experience in financial control, budgeting and modelling.
● Experience with Xero.
● Strong attention to detail and follow thru.
● Excellent communication skills.
● Strong collaboration skills.

The Treasurer is elected for a three year term with a maximum tenure of three terms.

Time Commitment:
● Board Meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month.
● 3-5 hours additional per week to answer emails and pay/oversee payment of bills etc.


How to apply

If you are passionate about what we wear and want to be part of this exciting organisation, please forward your CV and cover letter to Dominique de Give, Board Chair.

Written by

Julia Barnes

15 Jul 2020