The following organisations are seeking an Honorary Treasurer:
Digital Voice for Communities
Closing Date: 10 August 2019 Based: Gateshead, Tyne & Wear
Digital Voice for Communities is expanding its board of directors to build on more than a decade of delivering services to narrow the digital divide. Drawing on our award-winning track record, our team works with public, private and third sector organisations to engage and empower people of all ages and abilities, particularly from marginalised communities.
Our website has details of the six main services to participants, and there's links to DV social media. The stories of beneficiaries range from learning disabled people, young carers, survivors of domestic abuse to intergenerational schemes and participants experiencing dementia. We are based in the North East of England, although services have been delivered in other parts of the UK and internationally.
Our social enterprise is seeking to strengthen its board with the appointment of an Hon. Treasurer – this role has been carried out by a director in conjunction with other roles, and the growth of the organisation means that financial oversight would benefit from individual attention.
Please download the full Job description for further details.
For information about the role, contact Julie Nicholson, Director Email firstname.lastname@example.org
or via our website: digitalvoice.org.uk/news/story/want-to-join-dv-board
As well as email, expressions of interest can be set in writing to
Digital Voice for Communities
Chopwell Community Centre, Derwent Street, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE17 7HS
Closing Date: 29 August 2019 Based: Islington, London
I CAN the children’s communication charity is actively seeking Trustees due to a number of their current Board members reaching the end of their tenure. As experts in helping children develop the speech, language and communication skills they need to thrive in the 21st Century, the charity offer a number of programmes and services throughout the UK offering support to parents, children and practitioners as well as operating two Ofsted Outstanding specialist schools supporting children with severe and complex communication needs.
Finance Trustee – a qualified Accountant with an understanding and experience of Charity SORP, you will lead the Board’s duty to ensure proper accounting records are kept and financial resources are controlled in line with governance, legal and regulatory requirements.
If you have any questions regarding the positions or wish to discuss anything further please do not hesitate to contact Rebecca du Plessis, Director of Langton Not 4 Profit
Email email@example.com or to speak directly on 07833 230168
British Institute of Persian Studies
Posted: 28 June 2019 Based: at the British Academy, London SW1
Celebrating its sixtieth anniversary in 2021, the British Institute of Persian Studiess (BIPS) is the UK's foremost learned society dedicated to promoting and supporting scholarship and research excellence on all aspects of Iran and the wider Persianate world, and increasing public understanding and knowledge of this region.
BIPS is seeking an Honorary Treasurer with a solid financial/accountancy background and some experience of working with small charities. Helpful but not essential is having an interest in the Middle East/Iran and/or experience of working with the higher education sector.
The Honorary Treasurer must be able to attend the three trustee meetings in London per year (March, June, and November), plus one further meeting of the management committee (in January or September).
Please download the full Job description (pdf) for further details.
For enquiries and applications contact Ms Tessa Davies, Executive Officer
Closing Date: 16 August 2019 No Base but meetings seven times a year in London.
BACSA - the British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia - is a charity locating, identifying, recording and helping to conserve the European cemeteries, isolated graves and monuments in the area from the Red Sea to the China coast. We make interventions where there is a local base of people willing to conserve cemeteries, by offering financial aid and advice. Our records and cemetery projects promote knowledge of the history of places associated with European residence in South Asia. The last resting places of over a million European men, women and children, particularly in undivided India, are part of the United Kingdom’s rich and colourful history. These sites also belong to the heritage of the countries where they are situated.
The honorary treasurer is one of the executive committee’s four officers who head the association’s day-to-day work. The post is an opportunity to support conserving and promoting a significant element of the UK’s overseas built heritage whilst managing BACSA’s finances. It also suits those with an interest in India’s British period.
Download the full Job description
For enquiries about role contact Mr Charles Greig, honorary treasurer
Email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Tel : 07801 232869
Applications to Mr Peter Boon, honorary secretary
Email firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01235 850410