15 days ago
Treasurer for local Age UK Horsham
Age UK Horsham District is an independent and local charity which is a full brand partner of Age UK. This means that we work together with Age UK and their 160 brand partners in a spirit of collaboration and mutual support to achieve our common goals. Our vision is a place where everyone has the opportunity for good quality later life. In order to achieve this we provide services and activities to promote and improve wellbeing and quality of later life in Horsham District.
More information about us and the role can be found in the recruitment pack here.
The Board of Age UK Horsham District currently comprises 7 members with a skill base including, HR, law, financial services, business skills, marketing, digital and health and social care as well as service development. The Trustees working with the staff and volunteer team, our partners and local older people will be reviewing our proposition locally.
We are looking for a Treasurer with a combination of strategic, governance and operational experience and skills who is able to guide our Finance Manager, Chair the Finance Committee (a sub-committee of the Board of Trustees) and lead on financial strategy for the charity. The Treasurer is responsible for financial reporting and for ensuring that the charity’s finances are well-managed & compliant.
We would particularly value talking to candidates who are qualified or part-qualified in accountancy or have equivalent experience. Some familiarity with charity financial management would be useful, but not essential.
Board members are expected to attend around 6 board meetings a year which are currently held during the day. In addition, there will be an annual planning and development day and other sessions linked to strategy development and potential membership of sub committees. The Treasurer has a specific lead role for the Finance Sub Committee, which meets four times per annum, links with our annual Independent Examination and will want to meet with the Finance Manager at least monthly.
For further information about this role and the person Age UK Horsham are looking for, please download the Candidate Information Pack.
How to Apply
To apply, please provide the following via the relevant fields:
- A comprehensive CV including details of two referees.
- A supporting statement, explaining how you believe your skills and experience match the requirements of the role, directly addressing the criteria as outlined in the person specification.
Deadline for applications is Monday 11th March. Applications will then be sent directly to Age UK Horsham District.
Please remember that these roles, like most not-for-profit board roles, are unremunerated.