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Role

Treasurer

  • Location

    Aylesbury

  • Sector:

    Sport & Recreation

  • Role ref:

    ARFC TR

  • Published:

    27 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    19-07-2018

  • Client:

    Aylesbury Rugby Football Club

What you can do for Aylesbury RFC:

  • Look after the club’s finances to make money work for the club.
  • Know exactly where the club stands financially at any time.
  • Review and recommend financial policies for the club to ensure fairness and equality of opportunity eg reimbursement of out of pocket expenses.
  • Contribute to strategic business planning for the club’s future.

The role:

Forming part of and reporting to the management committee you will:

  • Plan and monitor a budget each year.
  • Prepare and present the accounts for the end of year financial report.
  • Deposit money and issue receipts promptly. 
  • Keep accurate records of all transactions.
  • Keep the committee informed of any trends and issues.
  • Prepare and submit any statutory documents needed (e.g. VAT, tax, PAYE and NI returns, grant aid reports).
  • Renew insurances annually.
  • Make sure the club has paid relevant affiliation fees.
  • Raise invoices and undertake credit control as required.
  • Deal with suppliers, coordinate timely payments, ensure appropriate documentation obtained.
  • Manage cash flow.
  • Monitor membership subscription income in conjunction with membership secretary.
  • Monitor commercial activity (bar, hall hire, catering etc) in conjunction with the general manager.
  • Manage the club investment portfolio.

Ideally you’ll need to be:

  • Financially knowledgeable, with skills covering bookkeeping, accounting, VAT returns and rules, PAYE (and investment if relevant).
  • Numerate.
  • Careful and confident with figures, cash and cheques.
  • A good record-keeper.
  • Familiar with Sage.
  • Aware and decisive.

What you’ll get out of it:

Aylesbury RFC cannot function without handling money, so this is a key role with a great deal of responsibility. You’ll already need to be financially competent and this is a great way to keep those skills sharp. You’ll be fulfilling a respected role in the community and providing a vital service to the club.

How much time it will take up: Around 4 – 7 hours per week, rising at financial year end.