About the role
Recently, our Treasurer has resigned from her position, after three years of volunteer service on INCH Housing Inc’s (INCH) Board. INCH’s Treasurer is an Executive role on INCH’s Board.
INCH is seeking a person with accounting skills: – in both commercial and not for profit sector. Experience and skills in management of accounts, account receivable and payable, MYOB systems, Governance and Industry regulatory requirements.
INCH is a Charity organisation who provides community housing for people on low incomes with very high/ high housing needs and who have complex circumstances.
To provide safe, affordable, accessible housing for all people in South East Qld.
To assist people to successfully retain safe, affordable and secure housing.
Our clients, are people who have high or very high needs (as defined by the Department of Housing and Public Works) and identify as belonging in one or more of the following target groups: People with disabilities or mental health issues; Indigenous people; people escaping domestic violence; homeless people; youth and older people; low income single people and people from international cultures
INCH’s partners are: Queensland Department of Housing and Public Works and Brisbane City Council for funding and Portfolio management.
A diverse range of community services, government agencies and local businesses, who provide support options and assistance to our clients.
Local businesses and commercial services to assist with implementing property and tenancy services to our clients.
For more details about the role and responsibilities – please see document attached. thanks
If you are interested in INCH’s Treasurer position, please email your interest, along with your CV to InchSecretary@inchhousing.org.au in the first instance.
About the organisation
How to apply
Applications not allowed for this volunteering opportunity.
Please quote in application: INCH Housing Inc. – Board Treasurer April 2020 via Pro Bono Australia.