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Amazing Grace Spaces
Newport, Newport
mileage , and out of pocket expenses.
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Job description

About Stoll

Stoll is the leading provider of supported housing for those Veterans who require additional support to live independently due to homelessness, disability or a variety of barriers Established by theatrical impresario Sir Oswald Stoll in 1916, Stoll was founded to provide affordable homes for disabled Servicemen and their families injured in World War I. Stoll is a Housing Association and a registered charity and has grown and developed considerably since these early days and those leaving the Armed Forces face a whole host of new challenges. Stoll offers a wide range of services to those battling some of the major issues affecting those coming out of the Armed Forces. We want all Veterans to lead the fulfilling lives that they deserve.

About the role

We are looking for a volunteer to support Stoll’s governance through their significant experience and credibility in the following specialised areas:

  • Financial legal requirements, accounting conventions and good practice
  • Organisational budgeting, financial accounting and reporting procedures
  • Strategic financial planning
  • Financial Modelling
  • Financial performance analysis

This volunteer position involves attending four annual meetings of the Finance and Human Resources Committee (FHRC). These are usually held on week days (Thursdays and Fridays).  You will also provide support to the Chair of the FHRC and work with the other Members of the Committee and the Stoll Executive to review policies and procedures and advise on Stoll’s HR strategy and practice.  You may also be asked to advise on specific operational matters as and when required.

Committee Membership is the conduit to Trustee Board Membership dependent on the skills needed on the Board.

Expenses are paid and training is provided to support the role according to need.

About you

With a relevant professional accounting qualification, you will be able to advise and assist the charity on the issues brought to the Finance and Human Resources Committee and the Board of Trustees. Experience of operating at a high level in a housing association or property related sector is highly desirable. Previous experience of the military or charities is not essential.

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Equality and Diversity Form (.doc)
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Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation

Stoll provides affordable, high-quality housing and support services to over 600 people each year, enabling vulnerable and disabled V... Read more

Posted on: 02 July 2020
Closing date: 30 September 2020
Tags: Finance
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