Treasurer Board Member

Organization Details
Organization Name: Knowles Centre
Address: 2065 Henderson Highway
Winnipeg MB  R2G 1P7
Organizational Description: Knowles Centre is a community-based, nonprofit social service agency for children, adolescents and young adults facing difficult times in their lives. It began as a home for boys in 1907, and today, provides group care treatment, treatment foster care, independent living, day treatment and sexual abuse treatment programs plus a range of support services to young people from Manitoba and other communities throughout Canada.

We offer a range of therapeutic and skills-based programs that help young people and their families to address past struggles, to develop healthier relationships and ways of life, and to reach their full potential in the future.
Volunteer Opportunity Details
Description of Duties: As a member of the Board of Directors, the Treasurer:
- Works with the Director of Finance and Administration and our board finance committee to provide high-level oversight of the financial assets of Knowles Centre.
- Performs volunteer board duties in keeping with the by-laws of the organization, internal policies, and relevant Provincial legislation and regulations
- Works with CEO, including complete biennial performance review
- Reviews and approves policy
- Contributes professional knowledge to program review and agency development
- Supports agency in our quadrennial COA accreditation process
Skills Required: - The Treasurer must have a finance or accounting designation and be qualified to be a member of CPA Manitoba.
- Ideally, the right candidate will have knowledge or a strong interest in the challenges facing youth and families involved with the social services system.
- Indigenous candidates and residents of the northeast Winnipeg community are especially encouraged to apply.
Skills Gained/Related Careers: Board members gain the following from their involvement:
- Increase knowledge in matters related to child welfare
- Insight into the management of a non-profit organization
- Contribute to community well-being
- Network with like-minded professionals
- The right candidate will be joining our current board, that is reliable, focused, and respectful.
Age: 18-30, 31-54, 55+
Time Commitment: Evening
- The time commitment is approximately 4 hours per month. Participate in monthly meetings of the full Board of Directors (held Oct. through Nov. and Jan. through June). - Attend the annual general meeting (held in September) Committee members may meet as required, in person or via telephone or video conferencing - Represent the agency, as required, in meetings with stakeholders such as the Province of Manitoba, River East Transcona School Division, and the United Way of Winnipeg - Support the fundraising efforts of the agency at a level commensurate with the role, but within the means of the individual board member - Board members are elected for a one-year term; there are no limits on re-election. Members of the Executive Committee are may serve in their role for two years.
Location of volunteer opportunity: Winnipeg
Does opportunity require a criminal record check? Yes
Will cost be reimbursed? Yes
Does opportunity require a child abuse registry check? Yes
Will cost be reimbursed? Yes
Opportunity is available to candidates that: Uses a wheelchair
Organization will provide: A letter of reference
How to Apply: Email:
Closing Date: Oct 28, 2022
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