Could you be our next Treasurer?

Treasurer Vacancy

Want to make a difference to UK grantmaking? Are you a qualified accountant in a grantmaker and care about the impact of data? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

We help funders publish open data about their grants, and help people use this data to improve charitable giving. Our vision is for grantmaking in the UK to be more informed, effective and strategic.

We are a small charity with a big impact. We’ve come a long way since we were founded in 2015, thanks largely to the commitment and passion of our Board of Trustees. Our first Treasurer is coming to the end of his term of office, so we’re looking for a new Treasurer to help take us to the next phase and support us to achieve our ambitious vision..

The 360Giving core team, though small, is committed and efficient, and governance and financial management processes are well-established. This means that as a Trustee you are able to focus on contributing your skills, experience and strategic oversight.

We are particularly interested in improving the diversity of our Board of Trustees. We recognise the positive value of diversity and actively promote inclusion. It is vital that our work reflects the considerations for the breadth of the sector that the data records. We welcome applications from all suitably skilled and experienced people and particularly from candidates from black and minoritised backgrounds, who are underrepresented in the philanthropy and technology sectors that we operate in, and in our staff team.

You don’t have to have had experience as a Treasurer before – we offer a comprehensive induction program and training and development opportunities as appropriate.

Find out more about the role, how to express an interest, and opportunities for an informal conversation about the role in our Treasurer Candidate Pack. You can also download our monitoring form here.

Closing date: 5pm Tuesday 19th April 2022. STOP PRESS: Extended to 4pm Friday 22nd April 2022.

If you would like the recruitment pack in a different format, please email 

No agencies please.