The WWPSA Board of Directors has an open position for Finance Director for the remainder of 2022 and for Jan-Dec 2023. If you are interested, please submit your resume or CV to and the Board of Directors will review and vote on installing a new Finance Director for the remainder of 2022. As for 2023, you can submit your name for consideration in the vote for 2023 BoD positions which will take place later this Fall.
Alternatively, please reach out to me directly (
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We are ideally looking for someone with financial/accounting background (CPA preferred) or has experience with working with non-profit organizations.
Below are the duties of the WWPSA Finance Director:
Treasurer (also known as “Director of Finance”) a. Financial Director of the WWPSA and custodian of all its financial records. b. Oversee the financial receipts of the WWPSA under the direction of the Board of Directors and ensure that funds collected are deposited in the name of WWPSA and shall oversee disbursements for those purposes authorized by the Board of Directors. c. Oversee the investments of WWPSA funds as approved by the Board of Directors. d. Pay all accounts due by check. e. All checks in excess of $5,000 shall bear two (2) authorized signatures one of which shall be the Director of Finance. f. Oversee that proper books of account are kept at the WWPSA and to ensure that they are available for review by the Board of Directors and to render to the Board of Directors a report of all activities. g. Oversee that proper books of account are kept by the WWPSA’s program(s), tournament(s), event(s) and other activities and to ensure that they are available for review by the Director of Finance upon request. h. Submit, as soon as practicable after the end of the fiscal year, to the Board of Directors a set of financial statements for WWPSA which includes a balance sheet, statement of operations and statement of cash flows for the preceding fiscal year. i. Arrange for an annual audit of the financial statements of the WWPSA by an independent auditor and provide any working papers or other documents to support the financial statements and any assertions or estimates contained therein. j. File with the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs an annual report consistent with New Jersey law. k. File the annual Federal Form 990 tax return with the IRS. l. Serve as the chairperson of any Finance/Budget Committee(s). m. Submit a summary of activities to the Chairman for inclusion in the Annual Report presented at the Annual General Meeting.