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
Please include Treasurer Position in subject line.


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.


  • 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.


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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