Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs Ltd seek a County Secretary

Position: County Secretary
Club: Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs Ltd
Region: North West
Salary Indication: circa £32,000
Closing Date: 14th August 2017
Start Date: 1st January 2018
Job Type: Permanent

Club Description:

Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs LtdThe Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs was founded in 1920, and represents 98 clubs within the County, providing knowledge and expertise to support them all.

We are able to offer particular advice and support on a number of topics including handicaps, rules of golf and Course standard scratch ratings.

Golf is one of the few sports that can be enjoyed by all age groups. With this in mind, the Cheshire Golf Union run County Tournaments for players of all ages, on either a Team or Individual format.

The Cheshire Union identifies existing talent and through its coaching program develops the next generation of Golfers to represent the County and beyond at a National Level. Thanks to our player development programs, Cheshire are in a position where its representative County Teams are able to successfully compete against their peers.

We are working hard to preserve, enhance and advance the quality of golf throughout the County of Cheshire.

Mission Statement of the Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs

Continually to enhance the reputation of Cheshire as a leading County in Amateur Golf. To promote and grow participation in the game of golf across the County at all levels including the identification and development of talent at all ages, enabling the County representatives to become ever more competitive.

Job Advert:

Invite applications for a County Secretary

The Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs currently provides appropriate support and guidance to 98 affiliated golf clubs in Cheshire and will celebrate its centenary in 2020.

The County Secretary is responsible for upholding the rules and governance of the County Union including acting as Company Secretary to CUGC Ltd and ensuring that the day to day operation and administration of the Union’s affairs are carried out appropriately.

This role oversees County events and requires excellent time management skills and the ability to prioritise effectively.

The post is full-time, based on an annualised hours contract of 1600 hours and you will be required to travel/work weekends and evenings as appropriate.

The position is based at the County Office in Chester with some working from home.

Remuneration: circa £32000, depending on previous experience.

A full job description is posted on the County Website.