Dunblane Centre


Current opportunities

By giving us a few hours per month, you will be helping this brilliant team of volunteers and staff to offer a range of valued services to the community in and around Dunblane. As Trustees, we share the responsibility for good governance, management and control of the Centre. All trustees play a part in financial decision-making and monitoring, to ensure the Centre has a healthy long-term future. The Centre Manager, Finance Assistant and Trustee Board need your expertise in these areas: Advising on set up of financial reporting systems Agreeing budgets and controls with manager Ensure the financial control processes are set up and managed effectively Regularly monitoring income v expenditure Dealing with bank when senior input required Being aware of available rates/ products when needed Monitoring the investment portfolio Meeting investment managers for regular reviews Gathering financial data for board meetings Meeting with auditors following accounting year end Agreeing detail of accounts for final draft and signing off Annual financial review with accountants before final approval Guidance for finance assistant when required Overview of financial risk register To find out more, or to discuss the role, please contact me on clare@dunblanecentre.co.uk.

As trustees, we share the responsibility for good governance, management and control of the Centre. All trustees play a part in financial decision-making and monitoring, to ensure the Centre has a healthy long-term future. This highly rewarding role allows you to give back to your community by shaping the future of the Dunblane Centre. share ideas on how we can improve and develop champion a particular part of the Centre’s activities act as ambassadors and champions for the Centre

The Trustee Board Chair needs the support of a Board Secretary. In summary, the Board Secretary is responsible for: Ensuring meetings are effectively organised and minuted Maintaining effective records and administration Upholding the legal requirements of governing documents, charity law, company law etc (where relevant). Communication and correspondence