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Assistant to the Executive Director
Financial and Administrative Assistant
International Association of Trans Bodybuilders and Powerlifters
Description: Financial and administrative assistant, approximately 10 hours/month; more time will be required for two weeks before and two weeks after the competitions on October 1, 2022. This is a chance to work with caring people deeply committed to human rights for all, as well as diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Become familiar with the operations of a non-profit organization working in the area of transgender bodybuilding and powerlifting. Our organization includes serving non-binary and gender non-conforming people as well.
- Become familiar with soliciting and tracking corporate sponsorship, using a Corporate Sponsorship Kit. Develop and maintain a list of corporate sponsors to contact by category.
- Set up and keep up-to-date the Spreadsheet/List of 501c3 grants.
- Financial plan: be able to track money in (merchandising, memberships, sponsors, vendors, etc.) and money out (see sponsorship kit).
- Add to the IATBP operations manual as necessary.
- Assist with drop shipping and mailing out merchandise, membership kits, and more.
- Assist in brainstorming, developing, and implementing new means of fundraising and expanding our membership program.
Requirements: Some lifting of up to 30 lbs may be required for this position. Familiarity with Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint; High School diploma or GED. Willingness to learn on the job, be part of a team. It will likely require a reliable form of transportation in order to run errands (making mail runs to the post office, etc.) Because of this, a valid driver’s license and ownership of an insured vehicle is preferred. Being located near the Atlanta, Georgia metro area is a huge plus in order to assist with keeping the IATBP headquarters office organized, and be easily accessible around the weeks of the October competition, but it is not a requirement.
Compensation: Pay begins at $15/hour. This position may be eligible for work-study support for those who may be current students.To
Supervision: This position will report to the Executive Director of IATBP.
Apply: Email a letter of interest and resume to Bucky Motter, email@example.com. Please be sure to include your name, email and phone number.
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IATBP Board Treasurer Job Description
The Treasurer shall cause regular books of account to be kept, and shall render to the Board of Directors quarterly, at the Board of Directors meeting, an account of the financial condition of the Corporation, shall deliver an annual report at the annual meeting, and shall perform all other duties properly required of the Treasurer by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall have voice and vote at all Board of Directors meetings.
The Treasurer is appointed by the Board of Directors and is to hold office for a two-year term, or until a successor is elected and qualified, and is eligible for re-election for one additional consecutive two-year term.
- Must attend ALL quarterly board meetings Reports to the Executive Director monthly regarding bank balance.
- Creates a Google spreadsheet for the checkbook ledger or uses QuickBooks at the treasurer’s discretion.
- Reconciles bank account(s) to produce financial statements and maintain up-to-date ledgers Manages the Board’s review of, and action related to, the Board’s financial responsibilities.
- Works with the Executive Director to ensure that appropriate financial reports are made available to the Board on a timely basis.
- Assists the Executive Director in preparing the annual budget, and presenting the budget to the Board for approval.
- Works with the Executive Director to develop Fiscal Policies for recommendation to the Board to ensure the financial integrity and sustainability of the organization.
- Works with the Executive Director to develop long-term financial strategies.
- Keeps currently informed of legal, regulatory and sector developments relating to the Board’s financial responsibilities.
Understanding of financial accounting for nonprofit organizations.
The company’s mission
Our goal is to provide a supportive place for trans people around the world to compete in bodybuilding and powerlifting, no matter where they are on the transgender or non-binary/gender non-conforming spectrum. Our mission is to create a safe space for transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming (TNBGNC) people to explore and express their identities in an inclusive environment.
Provide compensation information The time commitment for this position is estimated at 3 hours per month. This is a volunteer position.
Gender Identity: (Optional)
Send resume and cover letter by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org attention Bucky Motter, Executive Director.
No calls please. IATBP cannot return phone calls about the position and does not notify applicants of status except when an interview is granted.
The International Association of Trans Bodybuilders and Powerlifters (IATBP) is committed to building and maintaining a board and staff that reflects the diverse community it represents. IATBP is an equal opportunity employer. Transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming (TNBGNC) people, people of color, indigenous people, (BIPOC), people living with disabilities, immigrants, and individuals living with HIV are encouraged to apply.
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IATBP Board of Directors Job Description
International Association of Trans Bodybuilders & Powerlifters (IATBP)
Board of Directors Member Job Description
EXPECTATIONS OF THE BOARD AS A WHOLE
The mission of IATBP to provide a supportive place for trans people around the world to compete in bodybuilding and powerlifting, no matter where they are on the transgender or non-binary/gender non-conforming spectrum. We want to help create a world where all people are accepted for who they are.
The board is responsible for:
- advancing the mission and programming of IATBP
- strategic, organizational, and human resources planning
- ensuring strong fiduciary oversight and financial management
- fundraising and resource development
- enhancing IATBP’s public image
- Assessing the performance of the Executive Director and the board’s own performance as the governing body of IATBP
EXPECTATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL BOARD MEMBERS
Each individual board member is expected to:
- know the IATBP mission, policies, programs, and needs
- faithfully read and understand the IATBP’s financial statements
- serve as advocates and ambassadors for the organization and fully engage in identifying and securing the financial resources and partnerships necessary for IATBP to advance its mission
- leverage connections, networks, and resources to achieve IATBP’s mission
- identify personal connections that can benefit IATBP’s fundraising and reputational standing
- attend, prepare, and participate in four quarterly board of directors meetings per year
BOARD MEMBERS ARE ALSO EXPECTED TO
- follow the organization’s bylaws, policies, and board resolutions
- disclose potential conflicts of interest
- maintain confidentiality about all internal matters of IATBP