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About the organisation

S.H.E UK is a Nottinghamshire based charity that supports adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, sexual violence and rape. Our aim is to improve the lives of survivors through a range of long-term, person-centred specialist services. We support all genders, aged 18 or over.


We know that the impact of this type of trauma is all encompassing, we refer to it as like 'shattering a mirror' as it impacts so many areas of a persons life - mentally, emotionally and sometimes physically, in relationships, academically and vocationally, Often survivors feel they are to blame and feel a sense of shame - we are here to replace that with understanding and self-compassion.


We offer a telephone support service for those waiting to start therapy, to provide coping strategies and signposting to address other life challenges; 1:1 evaluative needs therapy for up to 2 years; and a weekly peer group, where female survivors come togther undertake self-development courses and socialise - reducing isolation and buidling confidence,


We support survivors to address the past, cope in the present and envision a positive future.

About the role

We are looking for a Treasurer to join our Board of Trustees. As well as the usual responsibilities as a Trustee, we require expertise to undertake a range of supporting tasks - these include: to assure the financial resources of the organisation meets its present and future needs, advise on the financial implications of the charitiy's development plans,oversee the annual budget cycle contribute to the fundraising/income generation strategy and ensure the charity has appropriate accounting procedures and insurances, produce financial reports for the wider Board and offer support to the CEO as required.


Our Board meets every two months, usually via Teams, for two hours in the evening, We are introducing a sub-committee structure in the New Year and we will require the Treausrer to also attend the Finance and Risk sub group. These meetings will take place a couple of weeks before the following full board meeting. There may be additional work to undertake between meetings on an ad-hoc basis too.


Note: We have just started the process to change our legal status and become a CIO - with that, a new constitution which will state Trustee will be elected for three years, for a maximum of three terms.

Our ideal candidate

We are looking for a dedicated individual with financial expertise to join our Board. We are particularly looking for someone who has the passion to support survivors of sexual abuse/violence and a commitment to our vision, mission and values. We are looking for candidiates who can think creatively, apply independent judgment with the ability to see 'the bigger picture'. On a personal level, we are looking for a team player, who understands the role requires commitment to undertake the work associated with this vital role.


Specifically we are looking for a Treasurer who has:

  • Financial qualifications and experience
  • Knowledge of management accounting and budgeting.
  • Knowledge of the Charity Commission Statement of Recommended practice (SORP) for annual reporting to the Commission.
  • Some experience of charity finance and fundraising.
  • Ability to communicate and explain financial information simply.
  • The skills to analyse proposals and plans and to examine their financial consequences.
  • Being prepared to make unpopular recommendations to the board.
  • A willingness to be available to the CEO and other relevant staff for advice and enquiries on an adhoc basis.

What’s in it for you

We are a successful charity that supports adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, sexual violence, and rape to move forward from the negative impact this abuse has had on their lives. We are are committed to empowering surviuvors to move forward from the devastating impact sexual abuse has had on them.


As as Trustee/Treasurer, you will have and opportunity to contribute to helping suirvivors move forward on their healing journey and enjoy healthy, connected and more cofident lives. The role will be very rewarding, you will gain a real sense of personal fulfilment, as you hear about outcomes and changes we have empowered survivors to make.


In addition, you will have opportunities to develop new skills, learn about the third sector and grow you network by meeting other professionals.


We offer an induction, training to get to know the work we do and how we are governed as well as reimbursable expense for external training, travel etc.

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S.H.E UK (Supporting, Healing, Educating)

Apply by

7 Apr 2024







Time commitment

0-5 hours per month
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