Raising Futures Kenya are looking for a new Treasurer to join our UK Board.

Working alongside our Kenyan NGO partner we provide vocational training and business skills training for young people in Kenya, who are experiencing poverty, to help them gain employment or start a business. We actively look for, and remove, barriers which young people may face in gaining an education. The free training is accompanied by wraparound support including counselling, food, childcare vouchers and period pads, ensuring young people can focus on learning skills and gaining confidence to build their own bright futures.

We are a small, award-winning charity who are actively shifting power to our Kenyan partner NGO. We are looking for a finance professional who is enthusiastic, committed, and passionate about what we do, to become part of our team.

Hours: Approximately 6-8 hours per month, online Board meetings are for 1.5 hours every other month. We aim to meet in London twice a year for face-to-face meetings.

Salary: Unpaid voluntary role.

Base: You can be based anywhere in the UK. But you would need to be able to join meetings held at 5:30pm UK time.

Role Descriptions: For detailed information on what the Treasurer role entails, and who we’re looking for, please see each role description and application pack linked here; 

To Apply: Please take a look at the role description and person specification and if this seems like a perfect fit for you, please send us your CV, or download of your LinkedIn profile, along with a cover letter (max 2 pages) explaining your motivation for the role and relevant skills and experience to Kirsty Erridge, CEO at kirsty@raisingfutureskenya.org.uk by Monday 5th August 9am.

Online interviews will be held ASAP after the closing date.

We look forward to hearing from you!