Do you think that you can help make our society fairer, safer and more inclusive through evidence, leading debate and community involvement? Do you believe in the power of the individual in social problem solving? Are you looking for the opportunity to help develop a dynamic charity with a growing international reach and impact? 

Then you will be pleased to hear that the IARS International Institute is looking for an inspiring, progressive and committed individual to join its Board of Trustees in the role of Treasurer.

The IARS International Institute is looking for an inspiring, progressive and committed individual to join its Board of Non-Executive Directors (Trustees). The vacancy is for the honorary role of Treasurer. The successful candidate will work alongside the Institute's Founder and Director, Professor Theo Gavrielides, and other fellow Trustees and Patrons to maintain an overview of IARS’ financial affairs, ensuring both its financial viability and that proper financial records and procedures are kept. 

We are particularly interested in candidates who can demonstrate knowledge and/ or experience in finance and/ or accounting. Young people and professionals with finance and/ or accounting background are encouraged to apply. The Role Description can be found here

The IARS International Institute has a charitable mission to promote a safer, fairer and more inclusive society. We do this by carrying out world-class, action research into current social problem solving, and by supporting young people and the community to inform and influence decision-making. We provide educational and research charitable programmes to marginalised communities, while supporting organisations to achieve their social missions. Click here to read about our founding values. Our latest impact report with details of our achievements can be downloaded here.

To apply please email Dr. Theo Gavrielides T.Gavrielides@iars.org.uk:

  • Covering letter explaining the reasons you wish to join and how you address the Person Specification (see below).
  • CV

Please also fill out the IARS Diversity Monitoring Form (follow link to complete).

Applications will be considered as soon as they are received. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Theo Gavrielides

Not sure if you are eligible to become a Trustee of a charity? Read the Charity Commission's Guidance here

IARS is an Equal Opportunities employer. Our Equal Opportunities Policy applies to all staff, Trustees, Volunteers, Interns and Service users.