We are currently seeking a Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees.
As a charity, we aspire to be an outstanding provider and are looking for someone with a financial background to bring their expertise to strengthen our Board and help us achieve our goals.
In addition to fulfilling the duties of a trustee, the Treasurer will maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs in line with good practice and in accordance with the governing document and legal requirements. The Treasurer will ensure that effective and appropriate financial measures, controls and procedures are put in place and report to the Board at regular intervals about the financial health of the organisation. They will also Chair the Finance & Fundraising Sub-Group.
You will be joining Staying Put at an exciting time of strengthening and consolidating our significant growth. Although for many charities it remains a challenging environment, Staying Put has seen growth of activity, supporters and income over the past three years. We are determined to strengthen and consolidate whilst focusing on planned growth as we broaden our approach to supporting people harmed by domestic abuse and sexual violence.
New board members will be joining a Board with energy and expertise in many areas, who work with and support the Charity’s Leadership team to meet the needs of our beneficiaries.
The position of Board Members is voluntary and unpaid; however, any reasonable out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed. Board members are expected to attend quarterly meetings. In return we offer a full induction, and the opportunity to work with talented board members and staff team to build a portfolio of high quality, relevant services that improve the lives of people affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse.
If you think you could help us meet the challenges of the future as a member of our Board please see below for recruitment pack and application form.
For an informal chat about board membership only please contact Yasmin on firstname.lastname@example.org