The treasurer is responsible for managing the finances of the association. The treasurer collects membership fees and other funds, keeps systematic records of incoming and outgoing funds, and supports the treasurers of the committees. The treasurer is responsible for ensuring that this is done as completely and accurately as possible. Additionally, the treasurer will set the financial policy in the annual budget, which will be presented at the first General member meeting GMM and approved by the members as the final budget. Approximately halfway through the board year, the provisional financial annual report will be submitted to the members, which will incorporate the income and expenses to date to provide an overview of the association's financial status. During this GMM, clarification may be requested and comments may be made. The final annual report will be presented at the final GMM, where it will be determined whether all financial facts are correct and whether the budget has been adhered to.
In addition, there are several points to consider if you want to become treasurer, these are qualities or tasks that you can work on or that can be seen as qualities when you are treasurer:
- you are detail-oriented,
- you can or want to learn to work carefully and completely,
- you are punctual or want to become more punctual,
- you have problem-solving skills or want to improve them,
- you can be strict with yourself and others,
- you are critical or want to become more critical, also towards yourself.
If you see yourself in one or more of the above-mentioned points and you are interested in managing all funds within Equilibrium as treasurer next year, do not hesitate to email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, personal advice, or a conversation, you can always email Milan (current treasurer) at email@example.com.