Treasurer of the Board of Trustees

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees

Organisation role · Flexible hours
Henley House Barnett Way, Barnwood, Gloucester GL4 3RT, UK
Community & familyOlder peopleWellbeing
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We are seeking a new Treasurer to join our board of trustees /directors and to support the board with maintaining an overview of the charity's financial affairs

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Overview of the role:

The Treasurer supports the Board with maintaining an overview of the charity’s financial affairs, as well as fulfilling the role of a Trustee/Board Director. The Treasurer assists the Chair and the CEO in ensuring that the board of trustees fulfils its duties and responsibilities for the proper financial governance of the charity; by ensuing effective and appropriate financial measures, controls and procedures are in place, reporting to the Board at regular intervals about the financial health of the Charity.

In addition to the above, the Treasurer will also have the responsibilities and qualities of all trustees.

This is a voluntary position, but reasonable expenses will be reimbursed. Our trustees service for a 3-year term of office with the potential for re-appointment for a further term to a maximum of 6 years.

What we are looking for

We are looking for people willing to bring energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to the role, and who will broaden the diversity of thinking on our board.

·     A finance professional. A knowledge of charity finance is an advantage. Otherwise, an enthusiasm to learn, drawing from sound commercial experience and an understanding of SMEs.

·     A strategical thinker with an ability to balance risk and opportunity.

·     Clear communicator with the ability to bring the financial information alive to non-finance specialists.

·     Willing to play an active role in areas such as forecasting, setting budgets, liaising with auditors.

·     Commitment to striving for better for older people across Gloucestershire.


You’ll need to be able to commit to attending six board meetings a year, as well as the potential for some further working group. In return we can offer training, a chance for someone who is maybe looking for their first board experience to get involved, and a supportive environment for anyone who wishes to join us.

If you are interested or know anyone who could be, please contact us for an information pack.

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About Age UK Gloucestershire

Age UK Gloucestershire's ambition is for Gloucestershire to be the best county in which to grow older. We think it’s great news that we’re living longer, and are here to support all older people to live the later life that they would choose.

Too often ageing is portrayed negatively. We work to make sure people feel positive about growing older, to dispel myths and challenge ageism.

We champion age-friendly communities to make sure all older people have access to the services, activities and support they need to stay healthy and active.

We support communities to provide fun and meaningful social opportunities for older people to encourage strong social connections, reduce isolation and offer a sense of purpose.

We are the safe place for people to contact if they don’t know where else to turn. We provide high-quality information, guidance and advice to help older people make the best decisions about their social and healthcare options, and support them to access the services and claim the benefits they need to live well for longer.