Board members, staff & volunteers at our Spring 2019 Volunteer Celebration

 


TREASURER WANTED

Ricefield Arts & Cultural Centre is a registered charity and social enterprise for the exploration and promotion of Chinese culture and has an excellent reputation for delivering original and inspiring creative experiences, cultural events and workshops to community groups, public institutions and arts audiences around Scotland.

We are currently looking to appoint a Treasurer to join our small Board. The Treasurer will be responsible for managing all financial matters on behalf of our organisation and will be responsible for ensuring that the organisation has robust financial processes to ensure it meets its legal and constitutional requirements. It will also be the responsibility of the Treasurer to report the financial position at the board meetings. While we encourage and welcome applicants of all backgrounds, we are keen to hear from candidates that have experience of charity financial management or are chartered in a suitable accountancy field.

All Trustees are required to attend monthly board meetings, either at our office located in the heart of Glasgow city centre or via Zoom. In addition, we ask Trustees to attend our annual board development day, important meetings with stakeholders and some events and projects, where possible. As Ricefield Arts is a social enterprise, the role also involves serving on our Board of Directors.

Please note that this is a voluntary role. Neither the Trustees nor Board of Directors receive any remuneration, however, travel expenses incurred in carrying out board duties will be fully reimbursed.

If you are interested in joining us, please send a CV and a cover letter to info@ricefield.org.uk outlining your interests and experience.

Deadline: 20 August 2024


SEEKING BOARD MEMBERS

Ricefield Arts & Cultural Centre is a registered charity and social enterprise for the exploration and promotion of Chinese culture and has an excellent reputation for delivering original and inspiring creative experiences, cultural events and workshops to community groups, public institutions and arts audiences around Scotland.

We wish to appoint additional Trustee(s) to join our small Board. We’d especially welcome applications from people with any of the skills and experience outlined below, desirably with sound knowledge of Chinese arts and culture, or have a connection to the Chinese community in Scotland, particularly in Glasgow. We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds.

We are particularly interested in people with any of the following skills:

                      • Community Engagement
                      • Cultural Events or Project Management
                      • Writing Grant/Funding Applications
                      • Leadership experience in the arts and cultural sector,                                            or in voluntary sector

All Trustees are required to attend monthly board meetings, either at our office located in the heart of Glasgow city centre or via Zoom. In addition, we ask Trustees to attend our annual board development day, important meetings with stakeholders and some events and projects, where possible. As Ricefield Arts is a social enterprise, the role also involves serving as our Board of Directors.

Please note that this is a voluntary role. Neither the Trustees nor Board of Directors receive any remuneration, however, travel expenses incurred in carrying out board duties will be fully reimbursed.

If you are interested in joining us, please send a CV and a cover letter to info@ricefield.org.uk outlining your interests and experience.

Deadline: 20 August 2024


VOLUNTEER

  • Assist in delivering our arts and education programmes
  • Be part of our marketing and sales activities
  • Gain insight into the day to day running of an arts organisation
  • Support our cultural events and workshops

There are regular volunteering opportunities at Ricefield Arts.  More information can be found here.