Oregon Chapter Seeks Applications for Volunteer Treasurer!

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The Oregon Chapter is seeking a committed and qualified individual to serve in a key volunteer leadership role within our organization.  We will be accepting applications on a rolling basis and will begin reviewing applications on May 20th until the position is fulled.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Oregon Chapter Sierra Club
1821 SE Ankeny St.
Portland, OR 97214
oregon.chapter@sierraclub.org
Please include Treasurer Position in subject line.


JOB DESCRIPTION

Purpose: To manage and report on the Chapter’s finances.

General Responsibilities:

  • Maintain all bank accounts
  • Provide oversight of all financial transactions.
  • Record and code all transactions in QuickBooks Online.
  • Monitor the budget and ensure that a reserve cash balance is maintained.
  • Periodically provide financial updates to the ExCom.
  • Prepare any required financial reporting forms and safeguard financial records.
  • Ensure Chapter and Group compliance with all policies and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to keep neat and accurate records.
  • Ability to work with Executive Committee & volunteers
  • Attention to detail.
  • Availability to handle transactions on a timely basis.
  • General knowledge of cash accounting principles.
  • QuickBooks Online and Excel experience is a plus.


ABOUT THE OREGON CHAPTER

The Sierra Club’s Oregon Chapter represents the organization’s 15,000 members in Oregon and has worked to protect Oregon’s environment and natural resources since 1978. Today, the Sierra Club employs a staff of seven in Oregon who works with volunteer leaders to advance the chapter’s conservation priorities. Current priority conservation efforts of the Oregon Chapter include:

  • Protecting Oregon’s wild forests.
  • Protecting Oregon’s high deserts.
  • Stopping reckless liquefied natural gas pipelines and terminals.
  • Fighting for clean energy solutions.
  • Additionally, the Sierra Club maintains a professional presence at the state capitol and is active in efforts to influence legislative and administrative decisions that impact Oregon’s environment.

The Oregon Chapter also conducts a wide array of activities that engage members and the general public in efforts to explore, enjoy, and protect our shared environment; including outdoor hikes, service activities, community forums, and research efforts.

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