The following organisations are seeking an Honorary Treasurer:
Islington Boat Club
Closing Date: 15 May 2019 Based: Islington, London
Islington Boat Club is a small charity with a 50 year history of providing access to water-based activities for young people, those with disabilities and the wider community.
We are looking for a volunteer to join our board of trustees and take over the role of treasurer.
Committee meetings are held bi-monthly in the evening and it is estimated that the role of treasurer would take up the equivalent of half a day per week.
For details of the activities on offer at the club and of its impact on the community, please check our website.
We are looking for someone who will:
- Act as Treasurer of our small charity
- Provide advice and guidance over the annual setting of budgets and business plans
- Review monthly management accounts and advise on their implications and any necessary actions
- Represent and advise on all financial matters including the annual report and accounts
- Liaise with any audit partners
- Work closely with the Chair, office manager and professional fundraiser to ensure the smooth financial running and continued financial health of our charity
Contact Lee Pollard, Chair of Trustees, Islington Boat Club, 16-35 Graham St, London N1 8JX or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: 11 April 2019 Based: Croydon and surrounding area
The RSPCA Croydon, Crystal Palace and District Branch as a charity will, by all lawful means, prevent cruelty, promote kindness to and alleviate suffering of all animals.
As a branch we operate at a local level offering advice, microchipping, neutering and subsidised animal treatments, as well as rehabilitating and rehoming animals taken in through our boarding and fostering facilities. Additionally, we run three charity shops that help fund our work.
The Branch Treasurer key activities are listed below:
- To implement and maintain sound financial systems in order to retain full control of branch funds
- To take a lead role in ensuring the committee set annual financial budgets and forward plan the branch income and expenditure so that the accounts balance in the long term
- To provide a written financial report for every branch meeting showing the branches income and expenditure, since the last meeting
- To liaise with auditors/independent examiner regarding the production of the annual branch accounts and treasurer's report for the Branch Annual General Meeting, including SORP statement
- To maintain control of all bank accounts as authorised by the committee
- To execute and operate branch committee financial decisions and act as branch co-signatory on all branch cheques, if required
- To maintain control over all branch paying-in books and receipt books and to ensure their correct use.
Contact Sarah Piggott by email Sarah.email@example.com
Posted: 11 April 2019 Based: Portsmouth and SE Hampshire
Headway Portsmouth and South East Hampshire works with people in the community who have experienced Brain Injury, their families and Carers, to bring cognitive benefit for memory, communication, organisation, executive function and relationships through Cognitive Re-enablement Courses and Confidence Building courses, one to one assessment and signposting and support. We also run social inclusion sessions supported by volunteers and peer mentors in the local area where people can begin to take their place in community activities and make friends.
Would you like to volunteer to be part of a passionate, dynamic and forward looking charity team? This is a great opportunity for someone with skills in financial oversight to make a difference to local people affected by Brain Injury.
Headway Portsmouth and SE Hants is a financially buoyant small local charity and we are looking for a voluntary treasurer to join us! We are accredited by National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) with a PQASSO Quality Mark for our Policies and Procedures. Our turnover is just over £100,000. We have a trading arm with 2 charity shops which supports us financially. We are not in receipt of any statutory funding but exist on client subscriptions, grants for particular projects (such as our new Hospital Project at QA hospital) and donations. We have been in existence for 33 years.
The time commitment would be approximately once a month for 2 hours for our Board meeting, with occasional additional meetings. This would amount to a maximum of 9 sessions a year plus our AGM. You would not need to prepare the accounts as we have a finance officer who prepares the statements and our accounts are independently examined by a local Accountancy firm. The key responsibilities will be to:
- Oversee the financial affairs of the organisation and ensure they are legal, constitutional and within accepted charity accounting practice and ensuring that the management accounts and cash flow statements are comprehensive to any non-financial Trustees
- Ensure proper records are kept and that effective financial procedures and reporting systems are in place.
Contact Deborah Robinson, Service Manager at Headway Portsmouth and SE Hants, at The Mountbatten Centre, Twyford Ave Portsmouth PO2 2QA on 02392 664972 (Mon-Thurs) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kaloko Trust
Closing Date: 12 May 2019 Based: Brighton but Treasurer role is home-based, meetings London
The Kaloko Trust is a small international development charity which has been working in Zambia for thirty years.
We are entering a period of transition and are looking to refresh and diversify our Board with three to four new Trustees (including a Treasurer), who are committed to making a difference and contributing their talents and energy to benefit some of the most disadvantaged communities in the world.
We currently have four Trustees and are particularly interested in receiving applications from those with skills and experience in the following areas:
- International Development, particularly rural development
- Experience of Africa, particularly Zambia
- For the Treasurer role we are looking for a qualified accountant with demonstrated commercial awareness and knowledge, plus knowledge of charity SORP and impending changes.
Amongst the recruits we hope to find someone who would be a candidate for Chair in due course.
If you don’t have these particular skills but are creative, committed and would like to help Kaloko thrive and grow into a more resilient, relevant and impactful organisation then please do still get in touch.
Download the full Application Pack (.pdf)
Contact Mark Whitaker by email email@example.com