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The JNC is currently seeking a dedicated and experienced person to join our Board as Treasurer. As a volunteer Treasurer, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the financial stability and success of our organisation. You will work closely with the Board of Directors, the CEO and our accountants to oversee management of the organization's finances, including budgeting, financial planning, and financial reporting. You will also provide financial guidance and support to the Board of Directors and other stakeholders.

We are looking for a person with qualifications in accounting or a similar and previous experience in financial management, accounting or a related field. You will have strong analytical and problem solving skills. The role will provide you with an opportunity to utilise and share your experience and skills, as well as getting involved in your local community and contributing to governance of our organisation.

We are looking for a person who will bring:

  • Leadership and professional experience in governance of a Not-For- Profit organisation.
  • Interest in our social justice-based community services in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and Inner City
  • Personal qualities that fit with our values of accountability and professionalism, social justice, participation, respect, collaboration and courage
  • Local knowledge, living or working in the Eastern Suburbs or Inner City.

This is a volunteer position.


  • Opportunity to make a meaningful impact in your community.
  • Gain valuable experience in financial management and nonprofit leadership.
  • Work with a dedicated and passionate team of professionals.

Nominations for the position of Treasurer are subject to the endorsement and approval of the Board in accordance with the Association’s constituent rules.

Satisfactory Working with Children Check and National Police Checks are required for all Board members.

JNC is an equal opportunity employer working closely with people from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Are you interested in applying to become the JNC Treasurer and a Board member and make a difference in your community?

Please send an expression of interest and resume to: Ms Gillian Elliott, JNC Chair at [email protected]

Closing date 3 May 2024

About JNC

Our Purpose

We provide informed and personalised support to people experiencing social isolation, vulnerability and/or disadvantage. We listen to our local communities and work to enhance well-being and create local connections.

50 years working in the community

The Junction Neighbourhood Centre (JNC) is celebrating its fiftieth year of operation in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and Inner City this year. We were established by local volunteers who were concerned about the lack of support for disadvantaged people in the Maroubra area and has since grown to be a strong and dynamic local organisation, embedded in our communities.

The focus of JNC’s services is the prevention of social isolation and feelings of loneliness, proven causes of physical and mental health issues and premature death.

Our Services

JNC provides a range of community services in these areas:

  • Social support for older people living in the community to stay connected with and enjoy their community.
  • Family support services including parenting support, casework and parenting programs
  • Programs to support women and families affected by domestic and Family Violence
  • Information about local community services and programs, support to access services and referral to relevant services and programs
  • Programs to increase digital access, capacity and competency among clients.
  • Social programs and outreach to people who are disadvantaged and socially isolated

Further information:

JNC acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work, the Gadigal and Bidjigal People of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge that these lands always were and always will be Aboriginal lands.