Salary: Currently no remuneration available
Contract: 1 day per month
The BKC is a non-profit organisation, with a Board of Directors which consists of senior members and representatives from a variety of Kickboxing associations and an Executive Board made up of sector specialists and passionate supporters of our sport.
Our immediate goal is the recognition of Kickboxing under the Sports Councils and to gain official National Governing Body status for the BKC. To that end, we have been working for nearly 10 years to create a system of governance, guidance and support for the sport, agreeing upon its direction and development by way of democratic processes which aim to give control over the sport to the sport itself.
As Treasurer, you will be responsible for ensuring the effective and legal management of incoming funds and project budgets within the BKC. Although the role is not completely autonomous, as decisions which impact either the sport or the BKC must be put to a vote, your voice will be heard at AGMs, EGMs and regular ongoing discussions regarding the governance of the BKC, and you will be given the chance to propose and manage your own projects.
- Providing quarterly and annual financial reports for the BKC overall, as well as assisting Project Managers in presenting figures for their respective projects
- Ensuring that the BKC's financial operations are compliant with UK Law and meet the Governance Principals
- Presenting methods of maximising the availability of funds to help deliver our various projects
- Liaising with the Chairman, Secretary and other Standards Board members to ensure collaborative delivery of all duties
- Assisting in the setting and management of Project budgets
We are looking for someone with experience within both the sport and financial sectors, who is aware of the expectations placed upon a governing body of sport and who, ideally, will be able to provide guidance to club owners and promoters in ensuring that their own finances are managed correctly.
Commitment and Remuneration
All Board members (Executive, Non-Executive, Directors and Officers) volunteer what time they can. We hold a face-to-face AGM, alongside regular (at least monthly) remote meetings with members of the Board and relevant Committees. Attendance at these meetings is expected, where possible, in addition to self-managed work and coordination with other members of the BKC. The term is 3 years, with a maximum of 3 terms for the role.There are currently no remuneration packages for any Board members or Officers of the BKC, although some expenses are covered where appropriate. As the BKC and the roles with in it grow, this policy will be reviewed.
How to apply
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Closing date for applications is 31 July 2019