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ILC-UK is recruiting a Treasurer to join the ILC-UK Board of Trustees that meet 3-4 times a year. This is an unpaid, voluntary position.

The main duties of the Treasurer are keeping an overview of the finances of the organisation, reporting into committee meetings and making sure the organisation has the right financial policies and procedures in place. In more detail this is:

  • To oversee, and present budgets, accounts, management accounts and financial statements to the Board of Trustees after discussion with the Managing Director and Finance Officer, where applicable.
  • To ensure that proper accounts and records are kept, ensuring financial resources are spent and invested in line with the Charity’s policies, good governance, legal and regulatory requirements.
  • To be instrumental in the development and implementation of financial, reserves and investment policies.

If you are interested in applying for this role, please forward your current CV and a covering letter to noreensiba@ilcuk.org.uk.

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