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Girls' Brigade Australia (GBA)

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Girls’ Brigade is a relational, relevant and responsive worldwide movement focused on working amongst girls and women.

The vision of the Girls’ Brigade is to see Girls’ lives transformed and God’s world enriched. As this vision is realised across Australia, we see our girls developing into young women with a growing Christian faith who are actively using their God given gifts and talents in their churches and communities. Some of our girls will continue to be actively involved in Girls’ Brigade as an adult in front line leadership or support roles and some will move on to dedicate their lives to God in other areas.

That’s why we empower girls, children and young women in local communities around the world to be themselves, to develop and use their gifts and skills, and to discover what it means to have life to the full in their generation.


Our Groups all around Australia are places where girls:

  • Grow in faith
  • Discover how to develop healthy and positive relationships
  • Feel safe, are nurtured, and are encouraged to try new things and take risks
  • Are equipped for life
  • Have fun with their friends


Girls’ Brigade Australia supports its local Groups by:

  • Providing girls with opportunities for development beyond the local group.
  • Developing guidelines to help Leaders work effectively with their girls.
  • Providing relevant training to new and existing Leaders.


The treasurer will work closely with the Girls’ Brigade Australia Operations Manager to:

  • Ensure GBA’s compliance with all applicable tax arrangements and other financial legal requirements.
  • Ensure GBA’s financial records are adequate, protected, backed up and accessible.
  • Ensure GBA’s financial control procedures are in place and followed.
  • Ensure that appropriate safeguards against fraud are in place.
  • Oversee the collection and reception of all monies due to GBA, and the making of all payments authorised by GBA.
  • Ensure an asset register is kept and current.
  • Ensure Board members have the appropriate financial understanding required to conduct the business of GBA.
  • Present and monitor the annual budget to the Board.
  • Advise the Board on matters of finance and fundraising.
  • Provide written reports of the financial situation to Board meetings and the AGM.
  • Coordinate the finance team.



  • Have the ability to operate cash flow and develop budgets.
  • Have experience in current accounting procedures and bookkeeping practices including a demonstrated knowledge of financial planning, reporting and future development.
  • Have a demonstrated understanding of the legal requirements of the role of Treasurer in a Not-For-Profit organization.
  • Industry qualification or equivalent.


This is an appointed position to the GBA Board. The majority of interactions within this role are online/virtual.

All Board members, of which the treasurer is a part, are placed in a position of trust by Girls' Brigade Australia (GBA) to act in a godly manner and always in the best interest of the GBA.


Please contact to apply.

Important disclaimer: CMA does not represent the organisations who place these listings, we do not guarantee that they are licensed or authorised to offer the positions, and we encourage readers to make their own inquiries to satisfy themselves that all is in order.
Christian Ministry Advancement Ltd. is a registered charity, incorporating the ministry of Christian Management Australia, CMA Standards Council, and Q4Connection. ABN 63 157 713 534
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