Job description treasurer

± 36 hours per week

As treasurer you are responsible for the finances of Culture on Campus and you are responsible for, among other things, accounting, granting subsidies for the cultural member organisations and acquisition. Comprehensive knowledge of accounting and finance is not necessary, but you prefer to have some affinity with this and you enjoy dealing with money and figures and you can work meticulously.

Together with the CODC subsidy working group (usually the chairman, secretary and treasurer), providing subsidies to cultural member associations is an important part of your tasks. It is important to be able to keep an overview of all applications.

You are responsible for drawing up and pursuing the budget, you coordinate the audit committee, write to sponsors and other subsidy funds and you are the contact point for financial affairs at member organisations. You are responsible for drawing up and taking care of contracts and you keep track of the money flows and accounting, and you are closely involved in setting up programming by keeping a close eye on the finances and thinking about how the events can best be organised. to become.

The range of duties includes:

  • Paying out artists and invoices;
  • Prepare invoices;
  • Keeping accounts;
  • Keeping cash management and cash book;
  • Contact with the bank;
  • Keeping an overview of the budget and the pursuit of it
  • Prepare subsidy application annual budget;
  • Writing to sponsors and other subsidy funds;
  • Levy contributions from member organisations;
  • Keep in touch with the audit committee;
  • Writing a financial (semi) annual report;
  • Point of contact for treasurers member organisations;
  • The assessment and provision of subsidy applications from member organisations.

Are you interested in this position? You can apply by sending your CV and motivation to !

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