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The opportunity will involve all aspects of running a credit union , from serving customers, completing forms to accounts or reception work. The opportunity would give an individual good banking experience, customer care not to mention team working skills . There are also good opportunities for training.
Grampian Women’s Aid Board of Trustees is responsible for setting the strategic direction, ensuring that the charity complies with all its legal and regulatory requirements and that the charity’s governance is of the highest possible standard. The diversity of the Board is currently reflected with representation from all sectors including voluntary management, legal, HR and equality and diversity professionals.
An exciting opportunity has arisen within Grampian Women’s Aid for a woman who has flair and passion for the movement and finance.
We require a woman who has a background in finance to be Treasurer on our Board of Trustees. An interest in the Women’s Aid movement and a commitment to our ethos is essential. Women only need apply (as this post is covered by a Genuine Occupational Requirement (Schedule 9; Equality Act 2010)). See website: www.grampianwomensaid.com
Excellent training and support is provided -induction will include visits to refuge locations, meet with staff members, induction training with Scottish Womens Aid, Dynamics of Domestic abuse training, and meet with the auditors. Constant training and support will also be offered.
A fantastic opportunity to join our Board of Trustees and help make a real difference in our vital work. For more information please contact Alison Hay, Manager, E Mail: email@example.com or tel.: 01224 593381.
Volunteering with us is easy, fun and flexible – how much time you give is completely up to you. Whether you help out once a fortnight, month or a few hours every quarter, there’s a role you can play. We are looking for business advisors and assistants to help ensure the smooth running of our 14 amazing Scout groups across the Scottish Borders.
Do you have leadership skills, are you a good communicator or perhaps you are handy with IT? We’re looking for a variety of team players who can help with everything from providing direction and chairing meetings to minute taking, record keeping and the completion of financial reports. Your contribution, no matter how large or small, could help your local Scout group offer even more incredible opportunities.
No Scouting experience is required as full training is given. You’ll learn lots of new skills as well as sharing many of your own. Teamwork is at the heart of everything we do, and by facing new experiences as part of a team you’ll make friends for life. Whatever your background, you’ll be made to feel welcome and supported in Scouts.
Contact us now and do something amazing. Find out how your skills and interests could make a valuable difference to young people’s lives as a volunteer with Scottish Borders Scouts.
We are looking for a treasurer to support our committee. Our committee meet every 4 - 5 weeks, the treasurer will look after the booking keeping and compiling our annual return. There will be lots of support for the new volunteer.
Volunteering Changes Lives!
Do you always have a welcoming smile on your face and love getting in to conversations? Why not get to know the people from your community with this versatile volunteering role. Gain valuable experience in customer service adding value to your CV.
You’ll be at the heart of the BHF’s fight against heart disease. You will be serving customers, helping to promote our stock and awareness campaigns and encouraging every donor to become part of our Gift Aid scheme. If you want to get to know the community around you this is a perfect way to integrate yourself into your local area and maybe spread the volunteering bug to new recruits.
There are lots of benefits to volunteering, such as developing your existing skills, gaining new skills and supporting a cause you care about. Whatever your reason for joining, you can expect to have lots of fun and meet some great people.
For further details please contact Ricki, on 01224 432910 / email.: firstname.lastname@example.org or pop in past the store at 236 Union Street, Aberdeen.
This recently established charity, is looking for a volunteer willing to work a few hours each week as treasurer. As Treasurer, you would need to become a Board Member of this registered Scottish charity.
You will need to handle membership payments, as well as the day to day operational costs, with the support of the other Board members. It is anticipated that in the future the charity may apply for grants and so the treasurer should be able to assist with this. The charity is based in Woodside Walled Garden, Ancrum, Jedburgh. This is a voluntary position, with expenses being paid out on request.
The Oxford Institute of British Islam (OIBI), Scottish Office in King Street, Aberdeen have exciting volunteer opportunities for people to assist as Admin / Accounts Volunteer(s).
Duties include general admin and office duties. Data Entry Training on software systems. Accounts payable/receivable. Telephone answering. This also includes any other duties appropriate to your skills and experience which may be identified. To provide administrative support to the Director and office.
Training is provided where people do not have the required skills.
This is a great opportunity to help and develop key skills and experience at the same time. All assistance is greatly appreciated.
For further details please contact Paigham Mustafa, Director / Founding Trustee at E Mail: email@example.com or Tel.: 01224 635616 *(shared office number with Bergen).
Alzheimer Scotland are looking for volunteers in the Keith area for a monthly singing group The dates are 17th September, 8th October,12 November 10th December. Anyone wishing to help out at the sessions please contact Moira Jones at the Elgin office on 01343 552080
We are currently recruiting for a volunteer Honorary Treasurer for our Board of Trustees. Specific responsibilities are to:
•Guide and advise other trustees in the approval of budgets accounts and financial statements.
•Keeps the board of trustees informed about its financial duties.
•Advises trustees and management on financial implications of strategic plans, operational plan and annual budget.
•Confirm ASCs financial resources meet its present and future needs and that there are appropriate reserves and investment policies.
•Ensure the accounts are properly audited, that accepted recommendations of the auditor are implemented and provide the financial expertise to the trustees.
•Meet the external auditor and where relevant independently of the CEO at least once a year.
•Formally present the accounts at the AGM drawing attention to important points.
•Monitor ASCs investment activity to ensure its policy is consistent with the policies, aims objectives and legal responsibilities.
Good training and on-going support is provided including trustees induction training covering all aspects of the business, trustees/directors responsibilities and on-going training of OSCR (Office of Scottish Charity Regulator) and governance responsibilities. This is a fantastic opportunity to volunteer with us and make a real difference. By supporting us, you help a Scottish charity inspire the next generation of scientists.
For full details please contact: Liz Hodge, Chief Executive, email: Liz.Hodge@asc.scot tel.: 01224 640340.
Enthusiastic, talented and passionate about making a difference?
You could be the person to help Live Borders build a bright future.
Live Borders is seeking to recruit a new voluntary Board Member who, in this instance, has a passion for finance and accounting. Applicants must have the experience to perform at a corporate / strategic level as well as being able to demonstrate an understanding of the environment in which Live Borders operates in.
The Board is seeking applications from enthusiastic, highly talented strategic thinkers to continually shape, champion and drive its business. The position of Trustee is a voluntary and unpaid role which provides the rightpeople with an opportunity to make a real difference in their local community. The Board meets four times a year and meetings are held in the evening.