Treasurer

The Kanji Project

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The Kanji Project aims to promote education and relieve poverty in Southern India.  It is a small, volunteer-run charity which raises funds to support a school and children’s home in Tamil Nadu.  It also supports community initiatives including a day centre for children with learning disabilities.

The Role The roll of treasurer to the Kanji Project includes: -

  • attending Trustee meetings
  • liaising with other Trustees between meetings by phone and by email
  • reading documents that are circulated
  • taking responsibility (after a suitable induction period) for the financial management of the charity’s activities, including: -ensuring donations and sponsorships are in order
  • transferring money to the supported projects in Kanji
  • managing the payment of expenses
  • managing financial reserves
  • Keeping track of the charity’s financial viability

Essential Attributes  The Treasurer needs: -

  • to be supportive of the aims of the charity
  • to be a Trustee
  • to attend Trustee meetings held approximately every six weeks in and around Brighton
  • to be confident using email, MS Word, and the internet
  • to be confident in keeping track of financial information
  • to have previous experience as a Treasurer or of management of financial records

Trustee Eligibility  To be eligible to be a Trustee you must: -

be at least 18 years of age

not be disqualified according to the criteria set out in the Charities Act 2011

Closing Date of application 18-2-19

 contact@thekanjiproject.org.uk for more information and we’ll get back to you.

www.thekanjiproject.org.uk 

There will suitable induction period into all aspects of the charity

Registered Charity No. 1090901

Skills

  • to be confident using email, MS Word, and the internet
  • to be confident in keeping track of financial information
  • to have previous experience as a Treasurer or of management of financial records

Benefits

Part of a team of Trustees dedicated to the advancement of education and the relief of poverty in India

The opportunity sometimes arises to visit the project in India


Practical Considerations

Meetings are held in the Brighton/Eastbourne areas

When do I need to be available?

Details Meetings are usually every 6 weeks at dates to suite evryone when possible
Morning Afternoon Evening
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

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  • Details
  • Disabled Access
  • Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
  • Expenses
  • Induction
  • Suitable for a group of volunteers
  • Support on Offer
  • Training