About the Role
We are the Kapululangu Aboriginal Women’s Law and Culture Centre in Balgo community in the south-east Kimberley – one of Australia’s most remote Women’s Centres. We are the only Aboriginal Women’s Law (ceremonial) -based organisation in Australia.
We are seeking a Book-keeper or Treasurer or Accountant to assist us in managing our finances.
Due to cultural reasons this position is only suitable for a woman.
We are a small Indigenous Corporation, Non-Profit, and Registered Charity with DGR status.
Working with Kapululangu will require you to spend some time in our community, but most of the time you will work from your own home. We will cover your travel costs to and from our community. Work hours are negotiable but, apart from a one month stay in our community to conduct an initial fiscal catch-up and getting to know our Elders, we anticipate that you will require 6-10 hours a week maximum to keep the accounts up to date.
Preferably you will have formal qualifications, but you will be able to provide a CV and referees demonstrating high quality skills in the financial arena. You will be experienced in book-keeping, paying accounts, developing and managing budgets, managing payrolls, assisting with grant acquittals, preparing monthly and annual reports, handling other day-to-day accounting requirements, ensuring the organisational, charitable and regulatory obligations are fulfilled, and training relevant staff in financial requirements.
For more information please email – Kapululangu.firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Organisation
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For details concerning this role , please contact
Zohl de Ishtar, Chief Executive Officer
Phone : 0429422645
Please quote in application: Woman Book-Keeper, Treasurer or Accountant via Pro Bono Australia.