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Job Vacancy: Honorary Treasurer

The Jersey Women’s Refuge is looking for a new Treasurer to join its growing operating Committee and assist the Refuge with the following core treasury tasks and related items:

  • Payment of invoices via on-line banking and entry of payments on the QuickBooks system 
  • Reconciling the bank accounts
  • Overseeing the 45 Club (monthly staff lottery scheme)
  • Making staff payroll payments (on the basis of payslips prepared by a third party service provider which also submits the tax and social security returns)
  • Preparation of annual accounts and dealing with queries from our auditor
  • Financial form filling, as necessary
  • Related correspondence with the Refuge staff and Committee.

You would also play an active role on the Committee in helping frame the on-going strategy of the Refuge, with a focus on its on-going funding strategy (funding is derived from a combination of governmental and donor-derived resources).

The role is unpaid and may suit someone who works part-time or is retired and looking for a way of deploying their skills to support a vital charitable cause.

A working knowledge of Quickbooks and accounts preparation is a requirement. A formal accounting qualification is considered desirable but not essential where applicants have experience in the relevant elements of the role.

Given the nature of the role and the charity’s regulated status, references will be required, please, and the successful applicant will be subject to a DBS check.

We look forward to hearing from you.

To apply

In the first instance, please contact us via email:

Or call 07797 896610.

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