Financial Administrator (part-time 14-21 per week)
The Finance Administrator has the responsibility of ensuring that the organisation’s financial obligations are met, which includes upkeep of the financial records and other accounting requirements (payroll, banking, tax, reporting to funding bodies etc).
The position will work closely with the CEO and Treasurer to provide the Management Committee with current financial reports and budgets. The financial statements are subject to an annual audit.
The position also requires miscellaneous administrative tasks to be performed, oversight of the work of all administrative staff and work around maintaining IARC’s various databases.
Roles and Responsibilities include, but will not be limited to:
The ideal candidate will have:
Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
Applications close 18 January 2013
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How to apply
|What is expected of IARC’s Volunteers|
Current Volunteering Opportunities
IARC is currently looking for a Publications Assistant to support the organisation in launching its latest publication. Details of the position and how to apply can be found here.
IARC is currently looking for an Administration Assistant to support the organisation with the management of its appointments and advice services. Please apply using the Volunteer Expression of Interest form below.
IARC is an organisation with limited funds. Accordingly, the contribution of IARC’s committed and competent volunteers is extremely valuable to our centre and our clients, enabling us to maximize accessibility to our services.
IARC engages around 10 volunteers each year for assistance with administrative, paralegal, research or project work within ordinary business hours (10am to 5pm).
IARC considers all volunteer applications received for volunteer work, and assesses applications against the needs of the centre at the relevant time. Due to the high volume of applications received, and the limited resources of our centre, it is impossible to respond to all requests received. Rest assured, however, that your application is much appreciated, it will be considered and you will be contacted should a suitable vacancy arise within 3 months of the date your application is received. Further information about how to become an IARC volunteer is available at How to apply.
Intending volunteers should apply by faxing, posting or emailing (see Contact Us) the following to IARC’s Volunteer Coordinator:
(a) a completed Volunteer Expression of Interest Form;
(b) a covering letter setting out:
- the nature of the work you are interested in undertaking (eg administrative, legal research, any type of work);
- why you are interested in volunteering at IARC; and
- the days and hours you are available;
(c) a current CV/ resume specifying at least 2 work referees
All IARC volunteers are expected to:
Free online Publication
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