The following organisations are seeking an Honorary Treasurer:
Greater Together Manchester
Closing Date: 22 March 2019 Based: Manchester
Greater Together Manchester is a dynamic and forward thinking charity, working across Greater Manchester to support communities to tackle deprivation and transform the lives of vulnerable people. The aim is to improve access to resources, make local work more effective, and create a framework for others to respond to the problem of poverty and deprivation. The charity was founded in 2015 as a joint venture between the Diocese of Manchester and Church Urban Fund, and is part of the Church Urban Fund’s ‘Together Network’.
As a trustee, you will play a full strategic role in the governance of the organisation. In accordance with Charity Law, you would be expected to work reasonably in all matters relating to GTM, acting in the best interests of the charity, never in the interest of yourself or another organisation. You will work as part of the Board of Trustees to ensure that the charity is carrying out its purposes for the public benefit and in accordance with its aims and objectives, using your skills and experience to help the board reach sound decisions.
The role of the Treasurer is to maintain an overview of GTM’s financial position. You would work closely with the Reporting Officer to oversee the financial running of the charity in line with good practice and in accordance with the governing document and other legal requirements.
Download the full Job description
Contact Lily Axworthy for enquiries about the role on 0161 828 1409 or
Closing Date: 18 March 2019 Based: Newcastle upon Tyne
NEA works across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and with our sister charity Energy Action Scotland, to ensure that everyone can afford to live in a warm, dry home. In partnership with central and local government, fuel utilities, housing providers, consumer groups and voluntary organisations, we undertake a range of activities to address the causes and treat the symptoms of fuel poverty.
The overall role of the treasurer is to maintain an overview of the NEA’s financial affairs, ensuring its financial viability and ensuring that proper financial records and procedures are maintained and that the NEA Board receives sufficient information on which to base its decisions and discharge its responsibilities. The Treasurer chairs the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee (FARC), the remit of which is attached to this job description. It is expected that the Treasurer will be a qualified accountant. The estimated time commitment for the Treasurer is 12-15 days per annum.
Download the full Role description
Contact Tracey Archer, Company Secretary, NEA, 6th Floor, West One, Forth Banks, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3PA - 0191 2692945 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 30 April 2019 Based: Guildford, Surrey
SATRO is an educational charity working across the South East inspiring and engaging young people in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), both in terms of subject choices and the career paths they lead onto. We bring together schools, employers and their staff (as volunteers), on a one to one basis, at classroom or school level and to participate in regional challenges and large-scale events. SATRO works with around 8-10,000 young people a year, from ages 6 to 19, including SEN and students who are disengaged or at risk of becoming so.
Treasurer's Role Overall:
- Oversee the financial affairs of the Trust and ensure they are legal, constitutional and within accepted accounting practice.
- Ensure proper records are kept and that effective financial procedures are in place.
- Monitor and report on the financial health of the Trust.
- Oversee the production of necessary financial reports/returns, accounts and audits.
For the specific responsibilities download the full Job description
- Approximately 1 day per week on average
- Required attendance at quarterly Board meeting (2.5 hrs), monthly Finance Committee Meeting (2 hours)
- Plus occasional desired attendance at SATRO events to represent the charity (not compulsory)
Contact Dawn Ray, CEO for enquiries about the role: Email email@example.com
Closing date: 31 March 2019 Based: London
Community Waves is a registered charity that builds bridges between people and services. We give people a voice through innovative community engagement and bring equity to commissioning and shaping of services. Community Waves delivers the award winning Healthwatch Lewisham, the local champion for health and social care.
Treasurer's Role Summary:
- Establish annual budget (with Chief Executive) and present annual budget for approval to the Board.
- Oversee the preparation of monthly forecast and present to the board of trustees
- Oversee the production of annual accounts and manage the audit process
- Prepare financial information for bids in conjunction with the Chief Executive
- Prepare the trustee report and Companies House/Charity Commission documents, and write the finance section of the annual report before submission to the Board
- Oversee the charity’s financial risk-management process and report financial health to the Board of Trustees at regular intervals.
- Acts as a focal contact with accountant and independent examiner, counter signatory on the bank mandate, cheques and applications to funders and ensure that annual accounts are submitted to all relevant regulators in a timely fashion.
- Liaising with independent examiner on financial issues and ensuring that the organisation has secured a clean, unqualified audit opinion annually.
- Ensure financial policy and financial controls meet the requirements set by the Charity Commission and Companies Act
For more information contact Denver Garrison 020 8690 5012
Download the Role description
Website: Community Waves