As part of YeAABA’s executive committee the treasurer plays a key role in the club through being responsible for the club’s finances.
The treasurer will be responsible for maintaining financial records of income and expenditure; liaise with other committee members as required; providing monthly financial reports for executive and monthly management committee meetings; providing guidance to the wider committee on availability and timing for spending for the benefit of the club members; maintain cashflow through meeting payments in a timely manner; prepare annual financial statements for annual general meeting and independent examination; prepare annual statements for submissions to HMRC for Gift Aid.
Clerical assistant required to support management in the daily running of the charity, so the team can
transform lives and deliver change within the city. Working in team environment, the clerical assistant
will required to do the following;
- Answering phones
- Work as a team
- Create databases
- Adhering to confidentiality
Volunteer required as Treasurer with financial skills to carry out the day to day computer based work involving income and expenditure of the house then reporting accounts to the Executive Committee on a monthly basis at meetings.
Controlling income from rents and paying suppliers, approximately 12 - 15 monthly accounts, payed by cheque or bank transfer. Setting budgets, Supervising Staff wages which are currently processed by an outside company but net wages figures returned to us to be paid by bank transfer. Yearly accounts for auditors as well as Charity Commission (OSCR).
Time required to carry out work would be approximately 2 hours per week with extra time at the end of the month producing the figures for the monthly meetings.
Bonnie Dundee is looking for volunteers to help make Dundee a greener, cleaner and brighter place for everyone. All are welcome to come and help us with our gardening activities and other tasks.
Our volunteers and are involved in a wide range of projects and activities each year. Including tending to over 50 planters, an urban orchard and two gardens in the city centre, plus carrying out litter picks and helping to encourage biodiversity. Those involved aim to improve Dundee’s environment for both residents and visitors alike, providing opportunities for people to get involved and make a difference in their community.
Bonnie Dundee has a great sense of community and enthusiasm, welcoming all volunteers regardless of age, experience or ability. Please do come and join us if you’d like to learn more, have fun and help make Dundee cleaner and brighter for everyone.
Volunteers can be involved with gardening tasks, designing new areas of garden development, planning and running events. We are always keen to build on volunteer’s interests, skills and experience and therefore encourage suggestions and ideas and volunteers from all walks of life.
It is not expected new volunteers to be an expert, or even to have any previous gardening experience. We welcome an array of skills.
Across Scotland Project Scotland supports young people to reach their potential through tailored support, mentoring and the opportunity to experience the benefits of a volunteering themselves as well as the support of a volunteer mentors.
This is a national programme which we continue to offer in the Dundee area.
As a guide - 6-month commitment – 1 hour weekly although this will be flexible and may fluctuate to meet mentor and mentee availability, this meeting would ideally be face to face however given the COVID situation many matches are virtual using email/telephone/video chat/WhatsApp
In the role you may be assisting a young person to identify personal goals and aims and support them to work towards these in a planned and thought through way. e.g., building self-esteem, feeling more confident in social situations, expressing themselves effectively, recognising personal strengths.
In other matches you might be working on softer outcomes helping them to develop life skills, routine, planning for the day, managing their time effectively and in many cases just checking in to make sure all is well, and they are doing all right.
During the course of your term you will be able contribute to the development and delivery of a new strategy, support the organisation in a phase of growth and learn new skills as a governor. Ultimately, Trustees act as stewards, maintaining oversight over the legal and financial health of the organisation to ensure its continued work.
To do this you will attend the eight Executive Committee meetings a year to contribute to the strategy, oversight and promotion of the organisation, but we also ask our Trustees to give their time in supporting fundraising. attending functions and acting as ambassadors.
To apply for this opportunity please send a copy of your C.V. with a short supporting statement to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you within a week for an informal discussion regarding the role. If you have any further question then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Dundee Carers Centre supports disabled people and carers from Black and Minority Ethnic communities. We are looking to recruit volunteers who have multi-lingual skills to help out with various activities. In particular, we would be keen to recruit volunteers who can communicate in Cantonese, Urdu and Punjabi. BME volunteers will take part in a range of different activities that the Centre runs. These may include: awareness raising, helping at regular group events and outings, and providing information and other support, e.g., advocacy work, filling out forms, contact with other organisations, etc.
We are looking for a Passenger Assistant to help out on our 'Out & About' Bus, where we take elderly people out on a daily basis to various places around Dundee. This is run in partnership with Dundee City Council.
In order to run this service, with high standards of safety, support and customer service, we require Volunteer Passenger Assistant to assist our customers and our drivers on these trips. This is a voluntary role, however travel and any additional out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.
The Passenger Assistant is there to provide support and assistance to our customers, getting on and off our transport, to keep a register of customers who get on and off at each venue, to follow and instruction given by the driver to ensure the safety of the passengers/staff at all times.
Volunteers can commit to 1 day per week or more, Monday-Friday 9.30-2.30pm.
The Morning Call service gives a short welfare call, currently Monday to Friday, to vulnerable and lonely adults with an aim of helping them feel more connected, safer and valued. Where requested, reminders of appointments is also provided.
We are looking for volunteers to make morning calls between 8 – 10 am. The role is flexible and volunteers can choose what time, which and how many days they wish to be involved.
Help ensure that vulnerable people get the telephone support and companionship, make a positive difference to those you contact, enhance your own skills and knowledge, calls can be fitted around your schedule.
What relevant experience will this opportunity provide? · Practice your compassionate and active listening skills · Interact with a wide variety of service users · Gain an understanding of the support needs of a large demographic of the population · Learn how to maintain accurate records and what information needs to be communicated at the right times.
For an application form or more details please contact Dial-OP & GO on: Telephone: 01382 305757 Email: email@example.com