Volunteering for PWN Global is a great way for you to learn how to practice what Forbes magazine calls, “permission leadership” or leadership without authority. Leading a non-profit organisation is one of the best experiences you can have. You will learn and grow and most importantly, leave a legacy.
If you need more convincing, take a look at some of the inspiring stories of our PWN Global members and volunteers. See how PWN Global has helped each of them both personally and professionally to overcome old, and face new, challenges - that's the power of volunteering.
TO PARTICIPATE AS A PWN VOLUNTEER, YOU MUST FIRST BE A PWN MEMBER. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR MEMBERSHIP IS CURRENT BEFORE APPLYING FOR A ROLE.
Please note that we ask all volunteers to join as members and sign a contract to confirm that you agree to work for the association in an unpaid capacity, although we may reimburse certain expenses if pre-approved by the Treasurer.
Global Board Members are appointed every 2 years, but there are many volunteer roles, so please take a look at the opportunities below.
To volunteers past, present and future - WE SALUTE YOU! Thank you for your hard work, throughout the years.
The Secretary General and Treasurer is the primary steward of the PWN Zug & Zurich’s financial resources and is responsible for ensuring that the administrative and financial requirements of the association are managed in line with the statutes and bye-laws and local regulations. The Secretary General and Treasurer has an active part on the Board, serves as an advisor.
This includes budgeting, managing the accounts in conjunction with an external provider and with the elected auditors.
> Managing the financial processes within the association, including:
> Liaising with the auditors and coordinating the yearly audit
> Yearly Budgeting
> Ensuring the Annual General Assembly is convened and proper documentation thereof is prepared
> Presenting the PWN Zug & Zurich financial results and annual budget at the Annual General Assembly
This role may require a weekly average of 2-3 hours– primarily spent on responding to emails, payment of invoices and expenses and reconciliation, preparing documentation for accountants, Board meetings and supporting the rest of the Board members.
> Minimum of 6 years business, management or leadership experience, in an international environment
> Understanding of accounting principles and association management
> Demonstrated experience in accounting and budgeting
> Exposure to governmental and not for profit organizations desirable
Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
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