• VO85036
  • Board/trustee role


SMART Denny is a small grassroots charity, which aims to reduce energy use and tackle fuel poverty in the district of Denny & Dunipace. We do this through raising awareness, and educating and empowering local families, individuals and households to make informed choices.

The Treasurer will join the Board of Trustees to guide and advise them on financial concerns, maintain an overview of the charity’s affairs, oversee the coordination of all financial transactions, ensure the charity is financially viable and ensure proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Tasks include:

• Attending quarterly board meetings (usually in the evening or at weekends) and AGM, which normally last around 2 hours. Providing financial reports at above
• Contributing to setting the vision and overall strategic direction of the charity.
• Ongoing book keeping.
• Compiling the charity’s annual return for OSCR.
• Ensuring good financial planning.
• Monitoring and reviewing income and expenditure levels regularly and identifying and explaining variances.
• Managing and safeguarding the charity’s assets.
• Ensuring proper financial controls are in place.
• Preparing annual accounts in accordance with OSCR regulations.
• Reporting on the annual accounts at the AGM.
• Acting as counter-signatory for payments.
• Helping to identify risks.

Organisation aims and objectives

We are interested in how decisions of the future are created in past and present opportunities, especially those traditionally without voice. This includes exploring: · Democratic decision making · Young peoples’ imagined futures · Place-making in post-industrial communities’ cities · Carbon outputs and environmental concerns · Expanding environmental awareness by framing environmental problems at a level at which individuals have a personal, lived experience of the natural world – Drawing in wider expertise, schools, and other local groups. Our long-term future hopes are that we find ways of developing sustainable local energy generation in the community.










Meeting usually take place in the evening or weekends, out with this tasks can be completed flexibly around the volunteer's other commitments.


Experience required: Skills & experience: Good communication skills, good record-keeping skills, experience of book-keeping and/or a previous Treasurer role would be beneficial, a good aptitude for numbers. Personal qualities: Passionate about the environment, enthusiastic and positive in attitude, trustworthy and reliable, willing to learn, proactive and able to work independently.
Travel details: Home-based with monthly/regular meetings in Denny


Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

Last updated 6 months ago

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