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|ASPR Treasurer Position Description|
ASPR Treasurer Position Description
Position Purpose/CharterThe Treasurer works with the CEO and AMC to manage the finances of the organization. The Treasurer assists in the administration of fiscal matters, including but not limited to annual budget approval as well as the development and implementation of financial policies and procedures.
Reporting StructureReports directly to the Board of Directors and the ASPR membership; communication line to President
TermInitial two year term, may be elected for up to two additional consecutive terms
Responsibilities/Duties/ExpectationsEnsures the fiscal stability of the organization through prudent management and oversight of all financial transactions, processes, and policies. Collaborates with Board members on the annual budgetary requirements of each area. Obtains appropriate review and approval of financial functions from the ED and Board of Directors.
Manages all financial transactions and resources including report generation and dissemination, review and secures appropriate approvals.
Treasurer, ED & AMC
Reviews business plans and approves expenditures for project development.
Complete oversight of the budget process. Facilitates annual budget development and coordination with aligned leaders. Provides final recommendation to the Board.
Treasurer, ED & AMC
Monitors monthly budget reports including report generation and dissemination, review, and appropriate approvals.
Advises Governance VP on relevant financial policies and controls in accordance with regulatory requirements and best practices.
Initiates and manages the audit process.
Provides oversight of financial vendor relationships.
Responsible for all aspects of investment management including report generation and dissemination, review, and appropriate approvals.
General Responsibilities of all Board Members:
Adheres to all ASPR bylaws, policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Prepares for all Board and Leadership meetings by thoroughly reviewing relevant materials in advance.
Available to travel to Board and Leadership meetings as well as the Annual Conferences as required (including weekends).