Circle of Comfort is a Fife-based charity that provides complementary therapies to people diagnosed with Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease, in their own home or in hospital, free of charge. Circle of Comfort is managed by a voluntary Executive Committee of Trustees and the board meets on a three-monthly basis, usually in Dunfermline however meetings are currently being held via zoom video conferencing. We have an opening for a Treasurer to join the team and this role requires someone who has a qualification in accountancy. The role of the Treasurer will be to: Liaise with the Chairperson and Executive Committee members to ensure the financial viability of the organisation (balance sheet, cash flow, fundraising performance, etc). Undertake bookkeeping duties and ensuring posting and bookkeeping is kept up-to-date. Arrange payments to creditors as appropriate and arrange appropriate signatures/authorisations on payments. Attend the organisation's Executive Meetings (three times per year) and the Annual General Meeting and report on the financial position (balance sheet, cash flow, fundraising performance, etc). Prepare the annual accounts for submission to OSCR and liaise with an independent examiner.
Please contact us to find out when this opportunity takes place.
An introduction into the work of the charity.
A qualification in accountancy is required for this role as well as knowledge and experience of current and fundraising financial practice relevant to voluntary and community organisations. Ability to communicate clearly.
Restrictions on who can volunteer
The role would require a qualified person with experience in accountancy
Informal Chat; Interview
This is a home-based opportunity
To enquire/register an interest in this opportunity please call us on 0800 389 6046, e-mail us, or fill out this form:
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