Group Treasurer

Group Treasurer

At a glance


  • Accountancy / Auditing
  • Bookkeeping
  • Financial management
  • Governance
  • Public speaking
  • Strategic development and planning
  • Change management
  • General / operations management
  • Volunteer management
  • Data protection / GDPR


Hagley, DY9 0LX
Mainly at the office


Mostly outside office hours Estimate of time needed:
0-5 hours / month
One meeting every two months, plus an AGM any time 6 months after end of financial year

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Join the Team at Hagley Ramblers Scout Group as a Trustee!

What will you be doing?

Want to make a real difference to your community?  

Scouts is where young people make new friends, have amazing adventures and learn new skills. The Trustee Board ensures that the Group:

  • Manages money well.
  • Follows Scout policies and relevant legislation.
  • Looks after buildings, insurance, and property.
  • Manages risks.
  • Helps the Scout Group operate well today and in the future.


Exciting Changes Ahead!

The Scout Association is currently transforming the way Scout Groups are managed.  The aim is to clearly define operational scouting from governance.  As part of this restructuring, Hagley Ramblers Scout Group is recruiting new Trustees.  We are keen to recruit a Group Treasurer to manage the Group Finances.


Board Responsibilities and Meeting Schedule

The Board of Trustees meets every two months in the evening and holds the Annual General Meeting on a date between April and September.


Get Involved!

Join us in making a difference behind the scenes and ensuring the continued success of the Scout Group!

What are we looking for?

  • A professional accounting, finance or similar qualification
  • Good understanding of financial management and reporting
  • Development of short and long term strategies
  • Skills to analyse proposals, examine their strategic financial consequences and make concise recommendations
  • Ensuring the Group defines its financial goals and evaluates performance against agreed targets
  • Ensuring the financial stability of the Group
  • Protecting and managing the property of the Group
  • Understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilites and liabilities of trustees
  • Application of the 'Nolan Principles' - selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership
  • Ability to work co-operative with the team of Trustees, bringing impartiality and objectivity to decision making
  • Listening skills
  • Willingness to speak your mind and challenge other trustees with good intent, able to make unpopular decisions
  • Secure personal access to digital communication and able to competently use those resources

What difference will you make?

Becoming a Trustee offers the opportunity to make an impact behind the scenes, in the local community whilst being part of a world-wide organisation.  The Trustee Board is a team of volunteers who work together as charity trustees to ensure Scouts is run safely and legally.  At the heart of their role is a focus on strategy, performance, and assurance.  

Before you apply

  • Children / families
  • Education
  • Local / community
  • Young people
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