The Walker Cricket Ground Trust, is a multi-sports ground and registered charity whose purpose is to provide sporting facilities to the people of Southgate, in North London. It is located in Waterfall Road in Southgate and has a substantial main Pavilion on a scenic 14 acre site. The outdoor sports facilities include cricket pitches, football pitches, a rugby pitch and four tennis courts.
Experienced and committed Trustees play a vital role in running and governing the Ground and we are currently recruiting new voluntary Trustees and Associate Trustees to serve on our board.
To help increase the representation on our Board, we are particularly looking for Trustees who have experience in legal, financial matters/accountancy, commercial negotiation, planning, funding procurement and grant applications.
It is expected that all Trustees are club members, have experience managing or working within a sporting facility or resident in the area and sympathetic to the sporting aims of the Walker Ground Trust. Trustees would be required to commit time to their induction, attending Trust meetings, promoting and representing The Walker Ground Trust, building relationships with the local community and developing themselves and the effectiveness of the Trust as a team. We estimate that Trustees will spend approximately 10 days a year on Trust business. This would comprise a combination of Trustee meetings, sub-committee meetings, organising and supporting Walker Ground activities and fund raising events.
Main Trustee meetings are held approximately six times each year and there are a number of other sub-committee meetings covering; Finance, Ground Management (Ground User), Pavilion (Bar and Catering), Future Projects, and Fundraising, together with Club promotional events and AGMs.
This is an opportunity to secure the Trust’s future and to improve the sporting facilities on offer.
If you are interested in joining the Trust, as a full Trustee, Associate Trustee or volunteer please contact the Trust via firstname.lastname@example.org providing your qualifications and experience you can bring to the Ground and why you would like to become a Trustee or volunteer.
PART TIME BOOKKEEPER
£According to Experience
This is an exciting new role that has been created to support the management and development of one of London’s premier sports facilities.
Located in Southgate it has an idyllic village atmosphere which belies its North London suburban setting. The Walker Ground has a long history with sport having been played on this site for over 150 years. The ground and facilities are owned by the Walker Cricket Ground Trust and include three cricket pitches, seven football and rugby pitches as well as squash and tennis courts. The substantial pavilion has bar, catering and function facilities.
The ground has a thriving community of club, individual, school and corporate users with approximately 146,000 people visiting the ground each year which generates a revenue of approximately £225,000 per annum.
The ground is run by a Board of Trustees appointed from ground users and the local community. The Bookkeeper’s role reports to the General Manager and will be responsible for all aspects of the Book Keeping. The role includes;
Producing Monthly Management Accounts using software and producing quarterly VAT returns.
Key Requirements: Book Keeping, Accounts Maintenance of Ledgers Quarterly VAT returns, Weekly Bank Reconciliation, Cash flow forecasts, Budgets, Reconciliation Production of Sales Invoices and Monthly Analysis of Sports Club Accounts.
This role would ideally suit a candidate with previous book keeping experience with full working knowledge of any Accounting software and a good working knowledge of Excel.
We are looking for seven hours either for one day per week and this could be spread over 1-2 days for the right candidate.
If you are interested in this position then please contact email@example.com with your CV.
PLEASE NOTE: Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, age, marital status, religion, colour, age, race, disability or sexual orientation. Each candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the tasks of the specific role.
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