- North East England (GB)
- Closing date
- 10 Jun 2023
- Charity and not for profit, Community, Crime, Board trustees
- Salary band
- Part Time
- Where will they be working?
- From home
We are looking to appoint a Treasurer to join our board of trustees who will provide organisation oversight and ratification of all financial matters associated with our charity. They will provide guidance to our senior leadership team and the Board on financial matters and, as such, should possess the necessary skills, experience and qualifications.
The Treasurer will advise the wider Board of Trustees regarding financial viability, and ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained and followed. They will also assist other trustees to perform their financial duties, by interpreting and explaining the financial reports and requirements.
As Treasurer they will keep the Board informed of its financial duties and responsibilities and ensure compliance with regard to the preparation and submission of annual accounts. They will also perform ad hoc audits and testing of financial procedures to provide financial assurance, and present reports to the Board and at the AGM.
We are looking for someone who can commit to attend at least ten meetings per year which will include our Board Meetings, AGM and Business Development Sub Committee plus attendance at our yearly Board Strategy Away Day, and, ad hoc meetings as required. Most meetings take place in Durham and Bowburn, County Durham, with other meetings by Zoom.
The role of Trustee is not accompanied by any financial remuneration. However, all of our trustees will be offered ongoing training and support, and expenses for travel may be claimed.
This is a great opportunity to contribute to the future direction of our charity. Working alongside fellow Board members, our senior leadership team, staff and our dedicated volunteers, our treasurer will be central to our mission to expand the support we offer to individuals and families who have been affected by adverse situations in their lives – enabling us to support a positive future for all.
Nepacs is a north east charity which aims to promote a positive future for people who have been affected by adverse situations in their lives. We work with families, young people and children, as well as those affected by the criminal justice system.
We are there for people during difficult times when they need some additional support, whether that be emotional support, help with building resilience, confidence and self-esteem or some practical information.
We are known for our work within criminal justice, having worked in this field for 140 years but we also reach out and provide services in the community, to children and adults from all walks of life.
Much of our work is delivered by volunteers, who bring energy, warmth and friendship, and offer reassurance in the most challenging of circumstances.
- 0191 375 7278
20 Old Elvet
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