Charity registered in Scotland SC007270
The Finance & Office Administrator will work with the Chief Executive and Treasurer to ensure the bureau finances are efficiently and effectively managed. This will include maintaining accurate accounting records, setting up payments, managing invoices and tracking expected funding.
Additionally, the role involves providing administrative support to the CEO, wider management team and Board of Trustees.
About the role
Are you looking for an opportunity to contribute to your local community?
Who we are
Stirling District Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd is an independent charity delivering free, confidential and impartial advice and support to vulnerable people living and working in Stirling District. We specialise in Welfare Rights, Energy, Debt, Employment, Immigration, Housing, and Health.
· To provide the advice, information & support to inform, enable & empower people to overcome the problems they face
· To ensure that individuals do not suffer through ignorance of their rights and responsibilities or of the services that are available to them, or through an inability to express their needs effectively; and to exercise a responsible evidence based influence on local & national policy makers
Join our Board
We are actively seeking individuals who may be interested in joining our Board of Trustees in the future.
The Board is composed of volunteers from a wide range of charity, business, legal, media and financial backgrounds.
We are committed to Equal Opportunities and are looking to ensure we are representative and reflective of the communities we serve.
We are particularly interested in speaking to people who have knowledge, understanding and experience in any of the following areas: -
· NHS Management
· Local Government
· Retired Elected officials
· Anti-Poverty work
You’re looking for an opportunity to contribute to the vision, mission and values of a community organisation that provides vital help and support to local people.
You’re inspired by the idea of developing and supporting a valuable public service.
You’re motivated to address the needs of vulnerable people resident in the Stirling District area.
You’ve got the time, energy and commitment to dedicate to developing Stirling CAB’s strategic aims and goals.
If this describes you, then Stirling CAB would love to hear from you.
This non remunerated role is both high profile and respected within the local community. It will offer new challenges, learning opportunities and broaden your networks.