The following organisations are seeking an Honorary Treasurer:
Closing Date: 30 September 2019 Based: Reading
AbilityNet exists to change the lives of disabled people by helping them to use digital technology at work, at home or in education. Established in 1998 with 60 + employees based across the country and over 300 volunteers.
AbilityNet is currently looking to make three new appointments to our Board of Trustees.
As a trustee of AbilityNet, one of the key requirements of the role will be to work with fellow trustees to shape, drive and monitor our charity's strategy. You will use any specific skills, knowledge or experience you have to help the Board of Trustees reach quick and sound decisions by leading discussions, focusing on key issues, providing advice and guidance on new initiatives, or advising on other areas in which you have special expertise.
Contact Mairéad Comerford - Head of HR Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0118 909 5278
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
Posted: 14 September 2019 Based: London, Central
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) is the largest UK professional membership organisation working at the heart of sexual and reproductive health (SRH), supporting healthcare professionals to deliver high quality care to patients. We work together with our 15,000 members, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and other partners to shape sexual and reproductive health for all.
This area of health touches all of our lives, and ensuring safe access to high-quality SRH care and contraception remains and important challenge, particularly for women’s reproductive health. The FSRH trains health professionals to deliver high-quality SRH care, while influencing decision-makers and helping to create the conditions for improved access to person-centred care across the country.
This is a very important time in the FSRH’s development, as we embark on our first 5-year Strategic Plan from 2020 and prepare to move offices to Southwark, London, in November 2019.
We are looking for an experienced and fully qualified accountant to join our Board of Trustees as our Treasurer, and to chair our Finance & Investment Committee. We welcome and encourage applications from all backgrounds, genders and ethnic groups.
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Contact Federico Moscogiuri - Interim CEO Email email@example.com
It’s Your Choice
Closing Date: 16 October 2019 Based: Totton, Hampshire
It’s Your Choice has been operating in the New Forest for over 30 years. A small charity with a turnover of c.£250k and a staff team of 8 fte supported by Trustees and volunteers.
Our vision is that all young people are able to lead healthy, happy and fulfilling lives and make a positive contribution to society for the benefit of both themselves and their communities. Our mission is to offer a safe, free, and confidential support service that is accessible to all young people, typically aged 11-25, who live in the New Forest area.
Through our giving information, advice, guidance, counselling and casework support, we will aim to provide young people with the knowledge, skills and materials they need to make safe, positive choices on issues which affect their daily lives. At the heart of all our work with young people will be a commitment to be non-judgmental, to show them respect, to empower them, and to involve them as much as possible in the development and delivery of our services.
Our financial systems are robust with sound budget control and management. The Trustee Board is seeking the services of an Honorary Treasurer to oversee our financial planning and expenditure monitoring as well as contributing to the overall governance of this essential and well respected New Forest charity. Trustee meetings are around 6 per annum in Totton.
Contact Mike Taylor - Chair of Trustees on 07736 650610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lewisham Nexus Service
Closing Date: 29 November 2019 Based: Catford, London
Lewisham Nexus Service has been providing support to people with learning disabilities since the company was formed in 1993; during that time Nexus has established strong links and positive relationships with people with learning disabilities and their families, other providers, health and social care professionals, commissioners, advocacy and carers’ organisations, education providers and community groups. Increasing social connections and maximising active participation continue to be aims of Nexus.
We are committed to empowering people with learning disabilities to take as much control of their lives as possible, enabling people to maximise their independence and make best use of their personal budgets. We believe that increasing the choice and control people have over their own lives enhances their dignity and freedom, and will enhance and protect the quality of their lives.
We are rated outstanding by CQC.
Working closely with the Chair and Chief Executive, you will oversee the financial position, internal controls and risk management matters of the charity in line with best practice, our governing documents and legal requirements. You will support the Business’ and Finance Manager in reporting on these to the board.
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For an informal chat with the CEO prior to applying, email email@example.com
Citizens Advice Esher & District
Closing Date: 1 December 2019 Based: Esher, Surrey
Citizens Advice Esher & District is a small charity that provides free and independent advice to help people solve the problems they face.
We are a member of national Citizens Advice and have access to the support this provides, but as an independent charity, we’re responsible for running our own affairs within agreed standards. We have 6 part-time staff and over 30 volunteers based in our office in Esher.
We are looking for a new Treasurer to join our Trustee Board to help us monitor the financial health of our organisation. Responsibilities include presentation of management and year end accounts at Board meetings and our AGM, overseeing budgets and leading on financial controls.
You’ll need to:
- attend six Board meetings each year (on Monday evenings), plus some sub-committee meetings during office hours
- be available to meet regularly with the Chief Officer
- be familiar with Quick Books accounting system
- have good independent judgement
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Contact Berenice Chandler - Practice Administrator 01372 462100 Email firstname.lastname@example.org