Treasurer – JOB CLOSED

Job Posted: 11 January 2022 By Next Up

Job Details

Closing Date:

Contact Name:
Tricia Gradys

Progress to Change is a registered charity which owns and runs two Approved Premises (probation hostels) in the Leeds area, Cardigan House, and Ripon House. Our aim is the rehabilitation of offenders, using nationally recognised methods of assessment plus group and individual work to reduce the risk of re-offending.

Progress to Change is a highly respected, specialist charity working in close partnership with the Ministry of Justice and the National Probations Service. It is contractually funded by the Ministry of Justice.

After eight years of commitment and dedication to the Charity our Treasurer has retired from the Board of Trustees, and we are now looking for someone with exceptional skills to replace him.

If you think you are a person who would like to play an active part in supporting or organisation and can commit to approximately four hours work a month including attending meetings and has Accountancy experience and an understanding of governance regulations with regard to Charities then please contact us at for further information.

The Trustee Board meets nine times a year on Tuesday evenings 17.30-19.30. currently via ZOOM but with occasional meeting to be held at both Ripon House and Cardigan House.

The role of the Trustee is unpaid, but travel expenses are covered.

About the Organisation

Progress To Change is a charity which owns and runs two Independent Approved Premises (IAP’s) both based in Leeds.  PtC has a history going back almost 100 years. Our purpose is to assist and rehabilitate the most vulnerable in society based on the standards of our foundation by the Anglican Diocese of Leeds.

Ripon House has 22 beds for women and Cardigan House has 26 beds for men. Both premises are able to accommodate transgender residents. Both operate alongside the Probation Service Approved Premises. The majority of AP residents are high risk of harm and are released on licence from prison under the supervision of a probation practitioner. All APs operate to a national agreement/rules and provide three inter related functions, public protection, rehabilitation and accommodation, with the usual stay being up to 3 months. APs deliver an enhanced regime, which focuses on purposeful activities linked to resettlement and based on an understanding of desistence research.

How to apply

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