16 days ago
The Endowment Fund of the Schools of Queen Elizabeth First Barnet
Endowment Fund of the Schools of Queen Elizabeth the First, Barnet
Clerk to the Trustees
After over 26 successful years as the Clerk, Mr Neil Kobish has retired.
The Trustees of Endowment Fund are the custodians of the history of the Queen Elizabeth’s School which was established by Royal Charter of Queen Elizabeth I in 1573, and by extension, of Queen Elizabeth's Girls’ School which was opened in 1888. The Endowment Fund provides modest grants to students of these schools who are in need.
The Trustees seek a keen administrator to undertake the role of the Clerk, working from home and attending Trustee meetings in the evening (usually two a year). Book-keeping skills and some understanding of investments are essential. The post carries a modest honorarium which will be discussed at interview.
Applicants are asked to email their contact details to the Chairman of the Trustees, Mr Martyn Bradish, at firstname.lastname@example.org asking for a full job specification.
The post is available immediately.