The Treasurer is a key role with responsibility for managing the club’s accounts and finances.
What you’ll get out of it:
Sense of self achievement, fulfilment and giving back
• A key role within your club
• Meeting lots of people from different backgrounds
• Potential career development / improved employability
• Potential of new training and qualifications
• In a role where you can help improve the club’s financial position
Who will I be responsible to?
What will I be responsible for?
Collecting shooting fees and the club’s fundraising accounts Ideally, you’ll need to be:
• Well organised – able to keep up to date financial records
• Meticulous when handling money and cheques
• Scrupulously honest
• Able to answer questions of a financial nature in meetings
What you will do:
- . To look after the finances of the club
- • Keep detailed written records of all accounts and make sure that the
- club operates within the annual budget
- • Attend the Committee meetings and AGM
- • Hold a bank account in the name of the club
- • Act as a primary signatory on the club account (and appoint three
- others as agreed by the Club Committee)
- • Prepare annual balance and profit & loss sheets for AGM
- • Collecting subscriptions and all money due to the organisation
- • Affiliating the club to the NGB and working with the Secretary to
- register players
- • Keeping up date records of all financial transactions
- • Ensuring that all cash and cheques are promptly deposited in the bank
- • Paying bills and recording information, ensuring that funds are spent properly
- • Issuing receipts for all money received and recording this information
- • Reporting regularly to the committee and at AGM on the club’s financial position
- • Preparing and arranging for year-end statement of accounts to be audited
- • Helping to prepare and submit any statutory documents that are required (e.g. VAT returns, PAYE and NI returns, grant aid reports)
- • Even if these duties are delegated to a professional officer, the Treasurer is still ultimately responsible. It is up to the Treasurer to make sure that any delegated work is done properly.
How much time will it take?
Approximately 2-3 hours per week, though this will depend on circumstances.