1. Borderline Support UK CIC

Trustee (Treasurer)


We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed volunteer Treasurer to join our friendly board of trustees. The Treasurer will oversee the organisations finances, including budgets and accounts.

Closing date for applications

Who we are

Borderline Support UK CIC is a national user-led community interest company which promotes the use of lived experience and peer support to be there for anyone affected in any way by BPD, enabling them to live their lives to the fullest. We believe that people experiencing mental distress because of their BPD can direct their own journey towards wellbeing and recovery, to live a full life with improved mental health.

The role

As treasurer you will play a vital role in the financial management of Borderline Support UK CIC. You will be responsible for overseeing the organisations finances, including budgets and accounts, and monitoring the organisations financial health, with our management team’s support.

As a key member of the board of trustees, you will also be involved in setting the charity’s strategic direction and ensuring that it is run in a compliant and efficient manner.

It is expected that the treasurer will attend monthly meetings and the annual AGM.

Key responsibilities:

  • Oversee finances, including accounts and budgets
  • Advise the board of trustees on any financial matters
  • Prepare and present monthly financial reports to the board of trustees
  • Prepare annual reports
  • Ensure that our financial records are accurate and compliant with legislation
  • Contribute to and update financial policies and procedures

Essential skills and experience:

  • experience in financial management and accounting
  • Strong analytic skills
  • Ability to think long-term and strategically
  • Ability to work in collaboration with other board and management team members
  • Computer literate: competent using Quickbooks, Email, Excel and Word.
  • A commitment to our mission and values
  • Excellent communication skills

Desirable skills and experience:

  • Experience of working with non-profit organisations
  • Knowledge of BPD and the challenges faced by people with BPD
  • Experience in fundraising

Time commitment:

  • 3-year term
  • monthly trustee meeting of 1-2 hours plus time to read minutes, reports, etc.
  • attend fundraising committee meetings as required
  • attendance at annual AGM

Closing date for applications

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