Hampshire County Scouts (Turnover £2.1 million) is seeking a Treasurer to take over from the retiring incumbent.
Overview of the role:
The role is a voluntary one requiring a degree of active involvement in the financial management of the County. Day to day accounting is carried out by the County Bookkeeper but the Treasurer is responsible for broader financial management.
Together with other members of the Board of Trustees, you will ensure that the County’s finances are maintained on a sound footing and that financial reporting internally and externally is clear, comprehensive and appropriate for the audience. You will have responsibility for advising the Trustees on policies, procedures and practice and ensuring that these operate to safeguard the County’s assets. As a member of the County Leadership Team, you will be involved in the broader management of the County as well as being responsible for reporting to it and the Board of Trustees at regular intervals.
Skills and experience sought
The County is seeking an individual with senior financial management experience, gained in a commercial or public/third sector institution, who can demonstrate both financial acumen and a sensitivity to the charitable objects of Hampshire Scouts.
How to apply
Anyone interested in the role of treasurer for Hampshire Scouts can express their interest by clicking the link in the advert. When applying please include a reference to this advertisement and an expression on why you believe you should be considered for the role.
Download the description of a treasurer by clicking here.
Download information about the Hampshire Scouts Executive Committee by clicking here.
- Age restrictions
Over 18 years
- DBS check required
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Expenses reimbursed
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
- Volunteer Policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
This opportunity can be carried out whilst working from home.
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