The following organisations are seeking an Honorary Treasurer:
Union Chapel Project
Closing Date: 15 December 2019 Based: Islington, London
Union Chapel Project is a an independent secular charity, and is an outstanding example of an historic Grade 1 Listed building being opened up to as many people as possible, from all walks of life.
It is home to an award-winning music and performing arts venue, and also hosts diverse events, programmes and services, without compromising its original function, as a progressive and inclusive church.
UCP is looking for a new Trustee to take on the role of the Treasurer (non-executive). In addition to the duties of the Treasurer outlined below, the new Trustee will be expected to participate and contribute in all areas of board discussion.
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Closing Date: 16 December 2019 Based: Bethnal Green, London
This is a fabulous time to get involved in the British Stammering Association, or Stamma. We are in a period of dynamic change. Our recent campaign has been seen by over 5 million people, our membership is growing and so are our activities. We’ve a small, passionate team working from our office in Bethnal Green, and huge ambition.
Stamma is a membership organisation exists to support those who stammer in the UK. We provide information and support to those who stammer via our helpline, website and materials. Our annual income is around £200K, but turnover is increasing.
Now is a fantastic time to join the Board as Treasurer and Trustee, and help guide our finances and planning over the years ahead. We aren’t necessarily looking for someone who stammers, but we do want to recruit someone with a passion for the cause and creating change.
This position is unremunerated, although travel expenses can be covered. The role would suit someone looking for experience in the charity governance sector.
Contact Jane Powell 0208 983 1003 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Co-operative College
Closing Date: 30 November 2019 Based: Manchester
We believe that great things happen when people co-operate. Through education we empower and inspire individual and communities to use co-operative values and principles to build a fairer world. This year marks a significant milestone in our history as we celebrate our centenary and the launch of a number of exciting new projects. We're looking for a Trustee with finance skills & experience, to be co-opted to our Board.
Why is the role of Trustee so important? Trustees for the College provide us with vital skills, expertise, experience and guidance; essential to the effective leadership of a successful educational charity. They also help direct the strategy, oversee our finances, provide scrutiny balanced with support and ensure our charity operates legally, ethically and responsibly.
Following a Board Skills Audit, it was identified that the current Board of Trustees would be strengthened with a co-optee who has a financial management background and focus. Could you bring these skills to the table?
Being a Trustee for the Co-operative College is a voluntary role (travel expenses covered) and is a great way to expand your professional portfolio while ‘giving back’. If you have a passion for education, charitable work and experience in financial management, we want to hear from you!
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Contact Rochelle Baxter Email email@example.com
Closing Date: 25 November 2019 Based: Kingston
LEAH has been working for 36 years with ethnic minority adults, including refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants, to help them overcome their isolation through the teaching of English. We support clients throughout Kingston and Richmond, and we have recently started delivering services in Hounslow.
LEAH’s vision is for an integrated society where language unlocks people’s potential to participate fully in family and community life. Our mission is to support ethnic minority adults, including refugees and migrants, to learn English, enabling them to gain confidence, access services and make informed choices for their families. In particular, we support clients who are unable to access adult education provision because of, for example, their child-care responsibilities, ill health, disabling lack of self-confidence or illiteracy in their first language.
We are looking for a dynamic 'Treasurer and Trustee' to join us. The Treasurer is the Chair of the Finance Committee and plays an essential role on the LEAH Board. As a charity trustee you will be helping to shape and contribute to our plans and in doing so, will enable LEAH to make a lasting difference and help hundreds of people become more active in their local communities.
Age UK Herne Bay & Whitstable
Placed: 24 October 2019 Based: Herne Bay, Kent
Age UK Herne Bay & Whitstable is an independent charity with its own constitution and funding administered by locally appointed Trustees. We are a pro-active, local charity dedicated to meeting the needs of older people within the communities of Herne Bay and Whitstable.
We are seeking an Honorary Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees. In addition to fulfilling the duties, obligations and responsibilities of a trustee, the Honorary Treasurer will oversee the financial matters of the Charity and report to the Trustee board at regular intervals about the financial health of the organisation.
We would love to hear from you if you have knowledge of:
- Financial accounting and reporting procedures
- Strategic financial planning skills and
- an ability to communicate financial information to those who may have little or no financial background.
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity we would invite you to send an “Expression of Interest “via email or post outlining the skills and experience you could bring as well as your motivation to become involved.
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Contact Linda Cowdry - Deputy Chief Officer Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Age UK Herne Bay and Whitstable, 16 Reculver Road, Herne Bay CT6 6LE
Creative & Cultural Skills
Closing Date: 30 November 2019 Based: Purfleet, Essex
Creative & Cultural Skills is a charity..
the UK sector skills council for craft, cultural heritage, design, music, performing arts and the visual and performing arts is recruiting for a Chair, a Trustee with financial expertise and a Company Secretary/ Trustee with legal expertise. We are looking for people who share our commitment to help ensure young people from all backgrounds have access to a range of training opportunities to ensure a skilled and diverse workforce.
To find out more please download the Recruitment Pack (pdf)
Email email@example.com or see the Recruitment Pack for full contact details