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Volunteer: Treasurer – Board of Trustees

    Do you want to make a difference to adults, young people and children affected by Domestic Abuse and Child Sexual Exploitation? Why not consider becoming a voluntary Rotherham Rise Treasurer?

    Rotherham Rise is a registered charity that provides advice and support for adults and children who have experienced Domestic Violence and Abuse through the provision of refuge accommodation and community support services.  We also provide support and access to counselling for people affected by Child Sexual Exploitation.

    We are looking for a Treasurer (Board of Trustees); this is an unpaid, voluntary position.


    The treasurer is pivotal to our Board of Trustees in ensuring our organisation is well governed and complies with all financial legislation and good practices relating to charities and charitable income.

    Induction to the board includes reading, online training and attending a welcome meeting.

    Formal board meetings are held in the early evenings every two months, with a separate meeting with the treasurer prior. Additional meetings, training, and events are held throughout the year. All trustees are expected to read papers ahead of meetings.


    We recommend you take the time to review all the documents (Role Description and Trustee Information Pack (.pdf). to further your understanding of Rotherham Rise and the role. 

    To apply, please send a CV and covering letter, to [email protected], stating how you meet the criteria for the trustee and Treasurer roles. You will also be required to complete the fit and proper person declaration form

    The closing date for applications is Monday, 22nd April.

    Appointments are subject to Fit and Proper Person Checks, and Rotherham Rise receiving an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service and references that we consider acceptable.

    We welcome applications from people who are currently under-represented in our organisation, including disabled candidates and Black and minoritised candidates. People with lived experience of the issues linked to our work are also encouraged to apply. Each applicant will be individually assessed regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief.



    The closing date for applications is Monday, 22nd April.


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