Become a "Board Member – Finance" for

Angel’s Rest Animal Society

1273 W. Ohio Pike, Amelia, Ohio 45102
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Board Member – Finance

Our boardANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY’S board members are men and women who act on behalf of ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY’s constituents, including service recipients, funders, the government, and taxpayers. The board has the principle responsibility for fulfillment of ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY’s mission and the legal accountability for its operations. This means that as a group, they are in charge of providing adequate supervision and support to that individual; ensuring the financial solvency of ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY; hiring a third-party auditor when appropriate; insuring the organization is compliant with all IRS regulations; and instituting a fair system of policies and procedures for human resource management.ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY board members have a duty of loyalty to the organization, its staff and other board members. While differences of opinion are sure to arise, board members should seek to keep disagreements impersonal. Practicing discretion and accepting decisions made on a majority basis will promote board unity and confidence.ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY board members accomplish their functions through four board meetings per year. Ideally, board members arrive at meetings prepared and ready to engage in thoughtful dialogue, and there is a group process that generates and uses the best thinking of its members.ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY board should be open to self-evaluation and regularly review their own composition to ensure constituent representation, and board expertise and commitment. Board members are also responsible for evaluating and determining compensation for the CEO.II. General RequirementsBoard Meetings: During the course of the normal fiscal year, the board meets for one regularly scheduled full board meeting three times per year and other meetings as needed. Each board member is expected to attend and participate in ALL regularly scheduled meetings.Personal Giving: It is board policy that each board member contributes to ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY annually to the very best of his or her financial ability. In order to facilitate this, ANGEL'S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY will establish a "GIVE OR GET" policy in the amount of $2,000 annually per board member. We ask that each board member place ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY in the top three personal giving priorities. An opportunity to make a multi-year sustained gift to ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY will be provided by the board chairperson to each individual member of the board.Solicitation: Development is the lifeblood of ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY. The board as a whole and as individual members are not required, but are encouraged, to assist in development by bringing their personal networks to bear in the accomplishment of this objective.Special Events: Each board member is expected to attend major events in board member capacity to the best of their ability.Ethics: Board members at all times will act in a manner that reflects favorably on ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY. Board members must recuse themselves from involvement in any activity that might be a conflict of interest and place the success of ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY before their own personal gain.
PositionTreasurer
  • Conducts financial oversight of ANGEL’S REST ANIMAL SOCIETY.
  • Reviews financial records on a monthly basis
  • Prepares report for regularly scheduled board meetings
  • Reports organization's financial status at each board meeting.
  • Presents annual budget to the board for members' approval.
  • Ensures development and board review of financial policies and procedures.
  • Makes financial information available to the public.
  • Signs legal documents as required.
  • Is authorized by the board to utilize staff resources to accomplish the aforementioned objectives.
Desired skills
*required
Accounting, Finance*
WhenQuarterly
WhereSanctuary Conference Room
Commitment5 to 7 hours/month
DonationWe require a specific amount of “give or get” for all board members.
Requirements
On-boardingUpon notification of interest in serving on Angel's Rest's board of directors, interested party will be asked to submit a letter outlining qualifications. After review of letter, interested party will be asked to come in for an interview(s), tour of the facility, and a decision will be reached thereafter.
Our missionSaving lives, one companion animal at a time. We rescue animals in imminent danger of being euthanized due to their advanced age, physical condition or behavioral issues. We then provide them with a safe haven where they can live out their lives with dignity in a loving home – whether it be adoptive, foster or at the sanctuary.
Additional InfoMission Statement: SAVING LIVES, ONE COMPANION ANIMAL AT A TIME.Angel’s Rest Animal Society (ARAS) was established as a one-of-a-kind, not-for-profit pet hospice and retirement home for animals that are first in line for euthanasia due to advanced age, illness, wounds, chronic conditions or basic neglect, as well as animals with severe bite or behavioral histories. While the main goal of Angel’s Rest is to rehabilitate, foster and seek adoption for our furry residents, we also serve as a loving hospice for those nearing their final days. From the onset, Angel’s Rest was established as a vehicle to connect humans and animals and bring some comfort and brightness to their lives. Through ELDER PAWS™, a forward-thinking, innovative program created by Angel’s Rest Animal Society – we enhance quality of life for the most neglected and disenfranchised segments of society: Seniors, Veterans, Disabled and Previously-Homeless Individuals and Families. ELDER PAWS™ matches senior, hard-to-place dogs and cats with those most in need of companionship and at risk of social isolation, who cannot afford a pet on their own.