Charity Trustee and Treasurer Roles
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Trustee & Treasurer roles:
Diverse Cymru Diverse Cymru’s vision is to help create a nation without prejudice or discrimination, where every person is equal, and diversity is celebrated. We are an equalities charity based in Wales, our mission is to eliminate discrimination and inequality through:
• Provision – Delivering services that reduce inequality and increase independence
• Promotion – Raising awareness of equality issues
• Participation – Enabling people affected by inequality to engage with decision makers and speak for themselves
• Inspiring action – Motivating people to take action against inequality
You can find out more about Diverse Cymru’s work here.
Trustee & Treasurer Roles
We are growing the Board of Trustees and looking for fresh ideas, skills and experience to help guide the development and shape the future of a unique Welsh charity. We pride ourselves on our inclusive recruitment process and organisational culture and, as such, we welcome and encourage applications from people from minority groups and traditionally underrepresented backgrounds.
In particular the Board are seeking a new Treasurer who will support the finance team and Chief Executives, oversee the charity’s financial risk-management process and report financial health to the board of trustees at regular intervals.
The Treasurer will also be responsible for monitoring the financial standing of the charity and updating the Board regarding cash-flow forecasting, income streams, out-going expenses and the overarching strategic management of the organisation’s financial resources.
Additionally, the Board are seeking Trustees with a range of skillsets, in particular lived experience, legal expertise and IT skills.
For the Treasurer we are looking for a skilled finance professional with experience of financial management and reporting and risk management. Experience working with charities would be an advantage, but not essential.
For the Trustee roles we are looking for people with legal experience, either as a practicing legal professional or with a strong legal background, as well as those with strong IT skills, in particular IT project management or system development.
However, we have a range of skills and experience on the Board and if you have other skills and experience you feel might be useful to the charity please do apply.
Most importantly we are seeking trustees who are passionate about making a positive difference working for equality in Wales. Diverse Cymru provides front line services to over 2,000 people across Wales specialising in support for disabled people in receipt of Direct Payments, mental health recovery support for black and minority ethnic people and advocacy for disabled people.
We are particularly interested in receiving applications to our board from people with lived experience and a full induction and ongoing training will be provided.
Trustee meetings are held once every two months (usually on a weekday evening) and there will be the opportunity through the year to engage with the amazing Diverse Cymru team to support their work. The Treasurer will also need to engage with the finance team between meetings to ensure the Board are appraised of relevant financial matters and support the finance team in their work.
These are voluntary, unremunerated roles. Reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
Please submit a CV and short covering note setting out why you are interested in becoming a Trustee or the Treasurer and what experience you would bring to the Board. Please email your application or any questions to email@example.com. The closing date for applications is 5pm on 31st March 2020. Applicants should be willing to undergo an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. Diverse Cymru is committed to making any necessary reasonable adjustments to the roles that would enable access to opportunities for disabled applicants or continued engagement for any trustee who develops a disabling condition.