Moving On Inverclyde is a Centre of Excellence facilitating long-term Recovery pathways for individuals and their families with problematic substance use. Based in Greenock, we offer a four-phase modular programme based around themes of Hope, Change, Motivation and Resilience – and service users can start or exit at any stage relevant to them. These four stages, offer group sessions, key working and one to one sessions as well as peer led activities such as SMART Recovery, Auricular Acupuncture and Yoga and all of which have psychosocial interventions built in.
• Our Vision
Supporting individuals to achieve success for themselves, their families, and their community by rebuilding lives, restoring hope, and reshaping futures.
• Our Mission
Leading the recovery pathway throughout Inverclyde transforming lives through empowerment and connections.
Moving On Inverclyde’s accounts are produced annually by an external accountancy firm.
Xero Financial software is used to monitor and review budgets and incoming/outgoing costs.
As well as being a board member contributing to general discussions, specifically, the Treasurer will be responsible for overseeing the financial information and advising the board.
Working with the Service Manager to manage funding input and output.
Helping to analyse the yearly financial commitment and reserve policy.
Supporting the Services Administrator to record and submit accounts details if required.
Monitor and advise the board on the overall financial health of the charity.
Consult with bank signatories as required and ensure correct practices are in place.
Board meetings take place on a Monday evening, every six weeks.
Skills and Qualities required.
Knowledge of bookkeeping and finance management (as necessary)
Good financial analysis skills
Ability to communicate clearly.
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