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Financial Assistant

Organisation:

Central Otago District Arts Trust

Category:

Administration

Hours:

Both/Flexible

Locations:

Alexandra

The Central Otago Arts Trust have built an arts community that showcases and profiles the amazing work of our Central Otago artists. You’ll find painters, sculptors, ceramic artists and photographers, fashion designers, woodcarvers and furniture makers, metal workers and jewellers. We also promote performance artists music and dance groups, film and theatre, along with the literary arts.

We aim to inform, involve, educate and support all those in the region who practice and participate in the arts and all those who support and are interested in the arts. We promote Central Otago as an arts destination.

We have a few invoices that need to be paid monthly; we have one part time permanent employee who is paid fortnightly and an annual report to the Charities Commission that needs financial information to be submitted.

This role can be done at our office in Alexandra Community House or in your own time at home.

Volunteers have the opportunity to share skills or learn new skills and gain satisfaction in offering support to the board and contributing to enhancing arts in Central Otago.

Requirements

Some simple accounting and/or financial skills and experience working with Xero accounting programme is ideal, but a head for numbers and willingness to learn is welcome.

Time commitment

The role requires a few hours per month for a flexible duration of time.

Getting started

The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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