Job Title: Treasurer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridgeshire
Salary: 0 - 0
Reference: Ref_1
Contact Name: Alison Brown
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 23, 2019 10:00

Job Description

We are seeking to appoint new Treasurer. This could be your chance to use your expertise and experience to help shape our Charity’s future and support the communities of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Our current Treasurer is retiring from our Board of Trustees and we are looking for a new one to support the Board with overseeing the financial affairs of Cambridgeshire ACRE.

Cambridgeshire ACRE is a successful independent Charity serving rural communities across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, providing a wide range of services, activities and practical help and support. We play a key role in leading and facilitating partnerships between public, private and community sectors, aligning efforts and achieving grant investment which has a positive impact for local communities. Our work includes running the village hall advice service; working with Town and Parish Councils so they can plan their futures and unlock the potential of their communities; delivering rural housing and supporting neighbourhood planning; delivering cultural, conservation, tourism and heritage programmes to make Cambridgeshire and Peterborough a better place to live, work and visit; managing EU funding programmes investing in businesses and communities enabling the rural economy to thrive.

The role is not remunerated but out-of-pocket expenses will be paid. There will be a minimum of 8 days per annum for attending board meetings, meetings and events, but there are other opportunities to become further involved with the charity’s work if desired. A full job description is available at

Further information about our work can be found at

We would very much like to hear from anyone who considers this might be the right opportunity for them to give something back to their community. For further information and to arrange an informal chat, please contact Annie Blair, Chairperson,