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Last updated July 2020

Trustees - Chartered Certified Accountants' Benevolent Fund

The Chartered Certified Accountants Benevolent Fund (CCABF) are looking to appoint two new trustees to support the continuous development of the Fund.

CCABF - CCABF

The Chartered Certified Accountants Benevolent Fund (CCABF) is a registered UK charity which provides financial support to past and present members of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and their families across the globe – whether they’re working, unemployed or retired.

We are looking to appoint two new trustees (currently there are eight trustees) to support the continuous development of the Chartered Certified Accountants Benevolent Fund. Our mission is to ‘provide timely and appropriate support to members and their families who face hardship or need at any time’.

We want to strengthen our board and are looking for applicants with a range of skills and experience, and with knowledge of the wider charity world as well as of the public services, and understanding of the causes and consequences of hardship and need.  

The positions are unremunerated although reasonable expenses are reimbursed.

To apply, please complete the application form attached and return the completed form and your CV by e-mail to Hugh McCash at hugh.mccash@accaglobal.com Further information about the Benevolent Fund can be found at:

http://www.accaglobal.com/gb/en/member/membership/benevolent-fund.html

Closing date for applications is 28 August 2020.

Documents

Icon CCABF Trustee Person Specification

General Information

CCABF Trustee Person Specification

Icon CCABF Trustee Application Form

General Information

Application form for role of Trustee at CCABF

Icon CCABF Job Description Trustee Vacancy

General Information

Job description for Trustee role at CCABF

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