(1 year as Treasurer-Elect followed by 4 years as Treasurer)
The Treasurer has the responsibility to oversee the handling of all the Society´s financial matters.

Term of office

  • The Treasurer-Elect is elected one year before he/she takes office. During this year he/she serves as Treasurer-Elect and will be a supernumerary member of the Executive Committee if not already a member.
  • The period of office is four years, and the Treasurer is not eligible for immediate re-election to the same position.

Eligibility criteria

  • Active EAS member with demonstrated understanding of EAS structure and function.
  • Regular attendance at EAS meetings.
  • Persons who hold leadership positions as paid employees within conflicting industry or other international organizations/societies with competing interest with the EAS, are not eligible to stand/be nominated.


  • To serve the EAS mission, contribute to the development and implementation of the EAS strategic plan, including;
    • Participate in three face to face meetings & three virtual calls per year with the Executive Committee.
    • With the other Society Officers, responsibility to plan the Society’s annual budget.
    • Supervise the Society’s Administrative Office’s handling of Society’s finances.
    • Collective responsibility for the Society’s finances with other Executive Committee members.
    • Participation in the Society’s General Assembly at Congress; the Treasurer presents the Society’s annual financial report.
  • Each Society Office holder, including the Treasurer, has Power of Signature for the Society.
  • Uphold the Code of Conduct, Code of Ethics, and other EAS policies.
  • To be willing and able to devote a significant portion of their professional time to work for the EAS, including travel commitments.


  • Extensive experience in financial management
    Proficient in handling and overseeing financial matters, including budgeting, financial reporting, and financial planning.
  • Organizational skills
    Strong organizational skills to manage financial records, transactions, and related documentation.
  • Time management
    Efficient time management skills to fulfill responsibilities effectively, given the role’s time-sensitive nature.
  • Internationally recognized
    An excellent scientific record in Atherosclerosis research, and be a high-profile expert in his/her field.
  • Communication skills
    Strong proficiency in both written and spoken English, and as a public speaker.
  • Experience in organizational leadership
    Proven track record in running an organization, such as a hospital department, laboratory, or research group.
  • Leadership roles
    Previous experience as chair or leader of a National Society, EAS Committee or another national or international professional organisation.

Personal characteristics

  • Analytical Proficiency
    Possesses strong analytical skills and upholds a meticulous eye for detail.
  • Team collaboration
    Ability to work collaboratively with the Executive Committee in financial decision-making.
  • Ethical integrity
    Upholds strong moral values and integrity.