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About the service committee Treasurer

Look after the finances for your local team

For more information call our Volunteer team on 0845 658 1167 or send us an online enquiry.

Service committee Treasurer

As Treasurer you will be responsible for the management of all funds and accounts for SSAFA locally.

About the role

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is confident working with numbers to become part of a committed team supporting their local serving community. You will usually be working at your local base or station.

As service committee Treasurer you will be responsible, with the committee Chairman, for the management of all funds and accounts for SSAFA locally. This includes maintaining bank accounts, recording the receipt of monies and making authorised payments. You will need to regularly report the financial position to the service committee and establish links with the finance team based at our national office in London.

Volunteering with SSAFA is special because you get to see first hand the difference you make to people’s lives. Join us to use your expertise and local knowledge to benefit those in your community, while you develop new skills and meet some inspirational people.

Who we're looking for

You do not need a Forces background to volunteer with us. Most importantly, we are looking for volunteers who will listen sensitively and treat people with respect at all times. We also welcome people who have:

  • Willingness to develop new skills and train for new things
  • Basic IT skills
  • Ability to work in a team and support others
  • Ability to work within our Volunteer Policy and Code of Conduct
  • Ability to work confidentially
  • A driver’s licence (for some geographical areas).

How to apply

Contact us to find out about opportunities to become a Treasurer in your local area.

Our recruitment process includes interviews and a reference check.

Contact us about volunteering

The information you provide will be used to create a personal record on our database if your application to become a SSAFA volunteer is successful. It will not be used for any other purpose or shared with any other organisation; all data collected from unsuccessful applicants will be destroyed as soon as it is no longer needed. SSAFA complies with the Data Protection Act 1998.