Sussex County Ladies' Golf Association Ltd


The current SCLGA Finance Director, Alison Hopson, comes to the end of her term in October 2024. Going forward, we are splitting this role into 2 roles; SCLGA Finance Director and SCLGA Finance Assistant. To facilitate a smooth transition, we plan to run these new roles in parallel with Alison’s final year (ending October 2024).

Please see below an outline of the roles. If you might be interested and would like to know more, please email  Alison Hopson (or call on 07941 804540).

SCLGA Finance Director

This is an opportunity to join the SCLGA Board as Finance Director. You will have a Finance Assistant who will be responsible for most day to day operational tasks. You will have overall responsibility for the finances, and in doing so will:

  • Set an annual budget
  • Provide financial updates at Board Meetings
  • Review spending v’s budget
  • Liaise with the accountant for year end reporting
  • Manage bank account signatories
  • Make joint decisions with the board on all financial matters
  • Working with all Board and Competitions committee to ensure financials are kept where possible within budget

This role is for a three year term of office with an optional two year extension.

SCLGA Finance Assistant

This is an interesting role within the SCLGA supporting and supported by the Finance Director. It will give someone the opportunity to work from home flexibly within a supportive and collaborative team. This role covers:

  • Payment of expenses and invoices
  • Payment of facility fees to clubs
  • Bank account reconciliations
  • No finance experience is necessary, however being organised and numerate is essential.

This role is a three year term of office.

Competition Committee Members Needed

The SCLGA board and committee are made up of voluntary members who all work to support the County and Ladies Golf. Its a rewarding and enjoyable role and is for a maximum term which is why we are faced with losing some of our committee members this year. We are therefore looking for new members to join the Competitions Committee. 

A little about the role -
In her first year on the Competitions Committee, a new member would normally assist more experienced members in running a couple of County competitions and possibly run one competition. From year 2 onwards she would be the lead organiser for one of the County competitions and may also run one of the Divisions, the Morrice Foursomes or the Trio Trophy. It is an opportunity to get involved in County events, working as a team with members of other golf clubs. 

A competitions committee member would need some computer skills, i.e. creating a basic word document, managing an excel spreadsheet and learning and inputting scores on the IG software. Most of those who have joined the Competitions Committee have found it both enjoyable and very fulfilling.

If you are interested in joining us and/or wish to discuss the role further, please contact Sue Rushworth or Jane Covey.

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