WHISC – Treasurer

This is a voluntary role.

Posts available: 1.
Term: Part-Time.
Reporting to: Chair of Board of Trustees.
Location: Online and in person 75/25.

Employer Bio

For almost 40 years WHISC (Women’s Health Information and Support Centre) has supported thousands of women and their families to improve their lives and overcome challenges. Their team support women’s health and wellbeing, through the provision of support services, complementary therapies, self-help, exercise classes and health education. They empower all women with information, free support and activities that combat isolation and improve wellbeing. As well as offering services directly from their central Liverpool community centre, they deliver outreach activities to communities of women from across the Liverpool city region. WHISC has been through a considerable period of change since the start of 2020, from changing the way they reach women through the pandemic, to updating some of the roles and responsibilities in their team. Their services continue to be in demand, particularly from vulnerable women who find it difficult to access support from mainstream services.

Job Summary

They are currently focussing on reviewing the services they offer and expanding the support they provide on wider health issues. Focusing on building partnerships, they work closely with a range of other agencies from across Liverpool and beyond to make sure women receive the best possible support for their needs. The role of Treasurer is pivotal in leading the organisation to the next stage of their development and leading on the financial health of the charity

  • presenting financial reports to the board in a format that helps the board understand the charity’s financial position
  • advising the board on how to carry out its financial responsibilities
  • ensure the financial health of the charity
  • overseeing the preparation and scrutiny of annual accounts
  • ensure compliance with relevant legal and regulatory requirements
  • work alongside the senior management team to ensure the proper use of charitable money.

To read the full job description and to apply, please send your expression of interest and accompanying CV to juliepotts@whisc.org.uk.

Deadline: 31 January 2024.

Contact Details: women@whisc.org.uk / 0151 707 1826.

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