This is a Trustee position. We seek a treasurer to work with staff and other trustees to manage AMIS’s various budgets; provide oversight of entries to XERO; ensure all information is accurately entered to XERO prior to Examination of accounts; liaise with AMIS’s accountants; deal with any relevant giftaid claims; provide financial reports and forecasts for board meetings, ensuring financial information is presented in layman’s terms.
About Abused Men In Scotland (AMIS)
Abused Men in Scotland was constituted in April 2010 and was awarded charitable status in June. The organisation has been established to: a) Advance education by distributing educational information relating to; undertaking training and research in; and raising public awareness of domestic abuse experienced by men and their children. b) Campaign for full recognition for male victims of domestic abuse and their affected children. c) Campaign for specialist services to help relieve the isolation, distress and hardship faced by male victims and enable men and their children to recover from domestic abuse. d) Promote the equality, dignity and health (both physical and mental) of male victims of domestic abuse.
The treasurer will be a qualified accountant with experience of the charity sector. S/he will be proficient in the use of XERO accounting software, and able to work with AMIS to streamline some of the content for more efficient customised reporting and forecasting on multiple small funds.
Informal induction and support, with any available and relevant training that would be useful, made available.
Flexibility & Commitment
School Holidays;Term Time;Flexible
Up to around 10-15 hours a month, depending on experience level. Ideally for 2 years or more.
Much of the work can be done at home with meetings taking place at the Eric Liddell Centre in Morningside
Expenses paid for least expensive travel option, within reason.
- Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet