It is estimated over 200,000 women and girls as young as 11 are suffering human rights abuse within India's lucrative textile industry, an industry worth over 115 billion dollars to the country's economy each year.
My Sister's Scarf are sourcing vibrant and ethically produced scarves, made by disabled artisans working in rural India with profits from sales providing financial support to ethical sewing start-up businesses in India's largest clothing manufacturing region, Tamil Nadu.
The person in this role is responsible for banking, depositing cash and cheques, paying bills, transferring money overseas (including international bank transfers), monitoring international exchange rates, tracking income and expenditure throughout the year, and lodging audited financial statements (supplied by the auditor) at the completion of the financial year.
The treasurer will need to be aware of how the organisation's finances are tracking against its budget. It is also expected that the treasurer will adhere to the constitution and will attend a minimum of two My Sister's Scarf meetings throughout the year.
My Sister's Scarf is seeking someone who is well organised and has a high level of financial expertise. Previous experience wrience working with a not-for-profit would also be highly valued.
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