LoveWell - Finance Volunteer Role


Do you want to get involved in an exciting new start-up organisation, share your expertise and make a difference?  

LoveWell is a new charity with a vision to provide supported employment, training and increased opportunities for women wishing to exit prostitution and modern-day slavery through the manufacture of luxurious, natural skincare and wellbeing products.

Women are often discouraged from leaving massage parlours, or directly prevented from leaving if they have been trafficked into the country illegally. LoveWell's aim is to support women in overcoming these barriers and not have to face the fear of homelessness, and threats of violence, further poverty and isolation

LoveWell are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced professional to join our team who can help to develop and realise their vision by seeing the bigger picture when it comes to ensuring the charity is financially efficient. This is a very exciting time to join Lovewell, you will be integral in the development, direction and future of the organisation.

Salary: Voluntary role
Hours:  4 hours per week
Location: Voluntary work can be done from home. Lovewell office based St Paul’s.
How to apply: Email your CV and a covering letter to detailing your skills, experience and interest in LoveWell.
Closing date: 1 month from advertised

Volunteer Finance Role:

  • To ensure the overall effective financial management, reporting and actively contribute towards the financial planning and strategic growth of the organisation.

  • To set up and oversee the financial management of the organisation

  • To plan, develop and implement the Financial strategy and financial operating policy, procedures for the charity

  • Effective management and control of all capital and revenue budgets and effective management control

Essential qualities:

  • Significant experience at senior financial controller level

  • Proven experience of budget preparation, setting, monitoring and financial forecast and of preparing, presenting financial and management accounts, reports and data

  • Proven experience of liaising with auditors, business advisors and statutory agencies

  • Excellent communication; both oral and written and excellent interpersonal skills

  • Willingness to actively participate in discussions concerning needs of organisation’s beneficiaries, staff and trustee board

  • Sound, independent judgement and ability to think creatively

  • Working effectively as a team member and demonstrating a willingness to learn and develop

Desirable qualities:

  • Understanding of the UK charity sector, good governance, relevant legislations and statutory requirements.

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