Wokingham Area Housing Society works to provide affordable housing for those in need in the Wokingham area.  They are a small but highly skilled Board that specialises in relational working and finding unique opportunities. They are looking for a new Treasurer to the Board. The role will involve; to prepare budgets, forecasts, accounts and financial statements, to liaise with the Finance Group about financial matters, to ensure that appropriate accounting procedures and controls are in place and regularly reviewed, to ensure compliance with relevant statutory regulations and guidelines (e.g. companies and charity legislation) to ensure that any recommendations by the auditors or accountants are implemented. WAHS is ideally looking for someone with an accounting background.  The role involves reporting the financial status to the Board and managing the day to day aspects of financial control.  There is an element of the role that requires completion of statutory returns and liaising with Auditors prior to the Annual General Meeting.  The volunteer be outgoing and looking to make a difference in this role that offers opportunities to work in other key strategic functions as well and will need to live within a 10 mile radius of Wokingham, and be able to attend a monthly Board meeting, for which you will provide a financial status report.  The volunteer will work closely with the Chair of the Society and the Finance Director.

The Crowthorne Stroke and Disabled Club
is looking for a new volunteer Treasurer. They meet monthly on the fourth
Thursday of the month.  Many of their members are disabled and have carers and helpers at their meetings. The role of Treasurer will involve; attending the monthly Thursday meetings, collecting money at meetings for membership subscriptions and for subsidised outings, writing cheques for hall hire, insurance and vehicle hire, paying money into bank account, reconciling bank accounts with statements, preparing a statement of accounts for Committee Meetings (approximately 3 per year) preparing end of year accounts for AGM in May and arranging for the accounts to be audited. Previous accounts experience is a must.

YPWD (Berkshire) CIO is a vibrant and successful local charity, set up in 2012 to fill a much needed gap in provision for those with young onset dementia and their families and carers. We provide workshops and 1:1 support to those diagnosed with young onset dementia. They are to recruit a new Treasurer. The role of Treasurer is an extremely important one and as a member of our Board you will have responsibility for overseeing the financial management of the organisation to ensure that it is legal, constitutional and within accepted accounting practice. This role is on a voluntary basis and you will be expected to attend approximately 4 meetings each year, as well as our AGM, with an overall time commitment equivalent to approximately one day per month. Previous experience of bookkeeping and financial management is essential.

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