01.12.2022 | News
The Gardens Trust is looking for a new Trustee for the role of GT Treasurer who will take over when our current Treasurer steps down from the Board. The Treasurer will work closely with the Chair and other Trustees to oversee the financial management of the charity and advise on strategic matters during a period of exciting change and development.
This is an important and rewarding role, facilitating the Gardens Trust’s work conserving and sharing historic designed landscapes. We are ambitious for our organisation and its work, and are looking for a Treasurer who will relish that challenge too.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of charity financial procedures and the reporting requirements of the Charity Commission, SORP and Companies House. You need to be good at numbers, with financial experience, but not necessarily an accountant!
A desire to support a small established organisation and a willingness to learn and adapt skills to our needs are the most important qualities we are looking for. We are a friendly, enthusiastic, and hardworking team of volunteers, Board, Committee members and staff, and we’re looking for a Treasurer who is excited to share a common goal.
The appointment is for an initial term of three years, renewable once to a maximum of six years.
The Board of the Gardens Trust meets four times a year during the day in March, June, September and December. Most Board meetings are held by Zoom.
The Treasurer will also be a member of the Management Committee and take on specific projects as required. The time commitment is estimated to be approximately two days per month.
Download the role description here – GT Treasurer Role Description
To register your interest please send a CV and a letter outlining why you wish to apply and how you meet the requirements of the role to the Secretary of the Gardens Trust, Maureen Nolan. The deadline is 31st May 2023.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an informal discussion with a Trustee panel. The Gardens Trust is wholly committed to inclusion and diversity, and to building a culture and environment where everyone is appreciated for the contributions they make.
If you require any further information about the position, please contact Maureen Nolan.
Gardens Trust Board of Trustees