Director of Finance

Organization Details
Organization Name: Non-Profit Youth Leadership Network
Address: Box 481
Hamiota MB  R0M 0T0
Website:
Organizational Description: The Non-Profit Youth Leadership Network (NPYLN) allows for youth (aged 16-29) involved in non-profit work to connect, share, and work on professional development skills. Each month, members of this network are provided with various sessions/webinars such as professional development, an organization spotlight, youth panel discussions, as well as a networking session. With a group of youth spanning across the country, organizations are able to use the NPYLN for promotion and to more easily consult with youth on their ideas and programming.

A committee of Youth Engagement Advisors has been developed to promote youth engagement within organizations and help develop frameworks for youth councils or youth positions.

The Non-Profit Youth Leadership Network connects the next generation of non-profit leaders with each other, as well as give them the tools to work towards their dream roles.
Volunteer Opportunity Details
Description of Duties: Must be aged 16-29.

Duties and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for development and maintenance of all financial recording such as annual budgets and spending analyses
- Oversees the allocation of grant funds to ensure the funds are spent within the reporting period
- Aids the Executive Director and Director of Events in completing grant reporting processes
- Responsible for the handling of all incoming and outgoing funds, including grants and the paying of expenses
- Manages bank account and online banking processes
- Oversees financial forms to ensure that reimbursements and transfers are occurring in a timely manner
- Aids in acquisition of funding
- Responsible for providing a monthly finance report and interim grant updates at each Board of Director meeting
- Submits a financial update to the Director of Communications to be included in the monthly newsletter
Skills Required: Skills and Experience (not required, but highly recommended):
- Grant writing experience
- Experience creating and working with yearly/monthly budgets
- Knowledge of non-profit financial processes
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Experience in a finance/treasurer role, especially dealing directly with banking matters
- Great organizational skills
Skills Gained/Related Careers:
Age: 17 and under, 18-30
Time Commitment: Daytime, Evening, Weekend
Flexible hours, evening Board meetings and sessions
Location of volunteer opportunity: Winnipeg
Does opportunity require a criminal record check? No
Does opportunity require a child abuse registry check? No
Opportunity is available to candidates that: Are carrying out of court ordered community service
Are fulfilling volunteer hours for credit
Are supported
Requires child minding
Uses a wheelchair
Organization will provide: A letter of reference
Evaluation
Supervision
Training/Orientation
How to Apply: Online: forms.gle/3Rub9zr9ZEiv4HbN8
Closing Date: Apr 12, 2021