Financial Director (volunteer)

TotRockinBeats CIC

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Do you have financial skills and experience? Do you have a couple of hours a week to offer? Would you like to be part of an innovative organisation tackling social isolation in men? Then this role could be for you. 

TotRockinBeats/Dad La Soul’ is a grassroots movement, that uses the arts, music, tech and play to tackle social isolation.

We’re a non-profit social enteprise that is building an ever-growing international support network for dads, stepdads, male careers, granddads and their kids. 

We work with national social housing providers, leisure centre groups, and brands to produce kick-ass dad-friendly playdates that feature everything from DJ/filmmaking/circus skills/special FX make-up/science workshops, soft play, dress up, sensory play and crafting.

We want to create a place for dads to be the modern version that they want to be instead of setting them up for failure.These activities bring strangers together, challenges conventions, spark conversations and starts friendships in dads that perhaps can otherwise struggle in silence or isolation.

The COVID-19 lockdown and its impact on families, means our work is more important than ever. 

We are now looking for a new volunteer Financial Director to help with financial planning, reporting and budgets.  The role is similar to that of a Treasurer for a charity.   You will be part of the Board, helping to set the direction for the organisation and ensure we have a sound financial plan.  And you will support our bookkeeper and bid writer with  your financial expertise. 


Skills

You should have a finance background but you don’t need to be a fully qualified accountant.

What we need is someone with the expertise to help the board interpret the financial information, provide guidance on financial strategy and assure the board that the organisation has the appropriate controls and systems in place.  

If you're interested in this role, get in touch and we can tell you more about what's involved. 

Benefits

Know you are playing a part in tackling social isolation during the COVID-19 crisis.

Get to be part of an innovative start-up , that is actively breaking rules and making a real difference.

Get experience to add to your CV if that interests you.

Practical Considerations

During the lockdown, you will need to do this work from home and communicate with us via zoom, email, phone etc. So you will need a computer, phone and broadband access. 





When do I need to be available?

Details We are looking for a minimum commitment of about 2 hours a week. And there's lots of flexibility to enable you to fit this role around the rest of your life.
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Where does this role take place?

Worthing

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  • Details
  • Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
  • Health and Safety
  • Induction
  • Insurance Cover for Volunteers
  • Suitable for 13 - 16 years
  • Suitable for 16 - 18 years
  • Suitable for a group of volunteers
  • This role is adaptable for different abilities
  • Training