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Divisional treasurer

Role: Divisional treasurer

Your responsibilities will involve maintaining a Division bank account; ensuring adequate funds are available to meet the Division’s needs including casework and immediate grants. You will record the recipt and disbursement of all monies paid to the Division, and make all authorised payments. You will maintain a separate record of all receipts and payments made to individuals from Service, Regimental and other funds.

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This role is available in the following places:

  • Hertfordshire - North Herts Divisional Treasurer
  • Hertfordshire - Welwyn, Hatfield & St Albans Divisional Treasurer
  • Merseyside - Sefton Divisional Treasurer
  • Lincolnshire - Spalding Divisional Treasurer
  • Essex - Southend & Rochford Divisional Treasurer
  • Northumberland - Alnwick Divisional Treasurer
  • Essex - Stansted, Dunmow & Saffron Walden Divisional Treasurer
  • London South West - Croydon Divisional Treasurer
  • Sussex - Chichester Divisional Treasurer
  • Sussex - Brighton, Hove and Lewes Divisional Treasurer
  • London South West - Merton, Richmond & Wandsworth Divisional Treasurer
  • Hampshire - Havant Divisional Treasurer
  • Hampshire - Southampton Divisional Treasurer
  • Somerset - Bath & Mendip Divisional Treasurer
  • Lincolnshire - Coningsby & District Treasurer
  • Oxfordshire - South Oxfordshire Divisional Treasurer
  • Oxfordshire - Vale of White Horse Divisional Treasurer
  • Surrey - Camberley Divisional Treasurer
  • London North West - Hillingdon Divisional Treasurer
  • Durham - North Durham Divisional Treasurer
  • Durham - Wear Valley & Teesdale Divisional Treasurer
  • Wiltshire - Kennet Divisional Treasurer
  • Kent - Medway Divisonal Treasuer
  • Kent - Thanet Divisoinal Treasurer

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