Volunteer Treasurer

  • VO86130
  • Board/trustee role


Volunteer Treasurer sought by the Stirling Area Access Panel. This small but committed charity works quietly but persistently to bring about improvement that makes it easier for everyone to access local facilities and services.

Are you looking to put your financial management skills and experience to good use? Do you have an interest in access, inclusive design or disability-related issues? Or would you simply like to make a difference and give back to the local community?

Stirling Area Access Panel (SAAP) is seeking a Treasurer to help achieve greater access and inclusion across the local area. The charity plays an important role in checking, guiding and advising on issues connected to physical access and wider social inclusion.

SAAP is a SCIO and has been operating since 2007 and everyone involved is a volunteer. Membership of SAAP is open to all. The charity is led by a Board of (currently) four Trustees.

Organisation aims and objectives

SAAP was formed to promote equal access for all, drawing on the skills and experience of its volunteers to provide information, advice and support on all access matters, to raise the profile of access issues in the community, and to exercise a positive influence on access policy making. The main aims of SAAP are:- To receive and respond to requests for involvement, consultation and advice, to liaise with other agencies on relative matters both of policy and practice and to maximise accessibility and related issues. To encourage, participate in and where necessary organise meetings, seminars and/or exhibitions in order to provide a greater understanding of access issues with the public, private and voluntary sectors. To establish itself as a professional, sustainable organisation that will provide an authoritative source of technical and practical expertise on all accessibility and related issues to organisations and services.


Experience required: This position would be particularly suitable for someone with an accounting or bookkeeping background as well as any retired individuals with accounting experience looking to volunteer a few hours a month.
Travel details: Meetings are currently held by Zoom due to Covid-19. Normally we have meetings roughly every two months at the Riverbank Resource Centre in Riverside, or the Mayfield Centre in St Ninian’s. The meetings are held 4.30-6.30pm or 6-8pm.
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Legitimate expenses can be claimed per our Financial Policy.
Training details: Chair and Trustees will support and assist with the induction training and information. Opportunities are available to develop skills and build confidence and knowledge in access-related issues and members are encouraged to participate in courses.

Last updated 3 months ago

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