A checklist for company secretaries
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A checklist for company secretaries

9 Mar 2011
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Prepared by Kirsty Semple.

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A checklist for company secretaries

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A checklist for company secretaries

Suresh Lalvani has prepared this checklist for company secretaries to keep track of their core duties and perform their role effectively.

This role provides professional business support to budget-holders

This model job description for a charity management accountant, prepared by Michael Page Not-for-profit, will allow you to define the role around the key areas of accountability and its purpose.

Model job description - charity honorary treasurer

This model job description lists a comprehensive list of duties you may choose to select from to bestow upon your honorary treasurer.

Model job description - charity finance director

This model job description provides guidance for the specific responsibilities relating to the role of charity finance director.

The chair of trustees: model job description

The role of the chair of trustees has evolved over the last decade, as indeed has governance, so it is important to use a job description which has kept up-to-date with these changes and which reflects the greater emphasis on leadership, strategy, risk, accountability and performance.

Trustee: Model job description

This model job description is written for trustees of larger charities but will be of interest to trustees of smaller charities although much of the detail will not apply to them. When adopting model documents it is important to tailor the model to reflect your charity, its needs and its stage of development.

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