Henshaws - Treasurer of Trustee Board

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Job Title: 
Treasurer of Trustee Board
Location: 
Manchester
Recruitment Type: 
External
Deadline: 
Wednesday, 16 January, 2019 - 12:00

Henshaws is a well-established registered charity based in the North of England supporting people with sight loss or other disabilities for over 180 years, to go beyond expectations, to live independent and fulfilling lives.

In September 2016 the Board approved an ambitious strategic plan to grow its diverse range of services in a number of geographical areas and implement a digital strategy to enable a worldwide audience to benefit from the Charity’s expertise. 

We are looking for a Trustee with significant financial experience to expand the Board’s current skill set and bring their own experience to benefit the organisation.  The Treasurer is the leading interface between Trustees and management on financial matters.

In the first instance we seek someone to join us as a Board member and member of the Business, Finance and Investment Committee, with a view to them taking over the Treasurer role from April 2019 when the term of office of the current Treasurer ends. The Treasurer also acts as Chairperson to the Business, Finance and Investment Committee. The role is voluntary but reasonable travel expenses will be paid.

For more infomation please download the role description here 

For further details about the role please visit www.henshaws.org.uk/jobs  or email  recruitment@henshaws.org.uk

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