Senior Administrators are appointed by companies, corporations and registered not-for-profits. They consist of Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers — and are responsible for reviewing the organisation’s accounting, finance, and risk management systems.
As a Senior Administrator you’ll be reporting to the Board of Directors (or Executive Committee) and will be expected to attend meetings. You will audit and evaluate the organisation’s systems and keep the Board updated on efficiency and compliance. You will also be investigating discrepancies and reporting anomalies.
There are 11 courses available for people who want to become a Senior Administrator.