Disciplinary Commission Members
Surrey FA Are Looking To Recruit New Disciplinary Commission Members.
Are you the right person for the job? Do you know someone that would make a good panel member? Can you keep an open mind when listening to the evidence? If so why not apply to join the panel of members to become a Commission Member.
Discipline panels are sought when clubs, teams, leagues or individuals have committed offences which have caused charges to be raised against them by the County FA. The hearing provides the opportunity for all evidence to be heard, any witnesses to be spoken with and a verdict on any sanctions to be made. All hearings are categorised as either personal (hearings where commission members question those involved in person) or non-personal (hearings where written evidence is reviewed only).
All discipline panels are made up of a Secretary, two Panel Members and Chair, each with slightly different roles and responsibilities. For personal hearings an usher(s) may also present to assist proceedings.
Should you be successful in your application, you will be appointed to discipline panels. This is subject to completion of the application form, an interview, specific FA training for the role you are appointed to and on-going personal development as seen fit by the County FA.
Please note that whilst these are voluntary roles (expenses paid), you will be required to complete annual training and attend a minimum number of hearings each season to remain eligible to sit as a discipline commission panel member. Our hearings our generally held in the evenings (from 19:00) at the County Office or via online WebEx on weekday afternoons.
How to apply
For an application form please email Adrian Shorter (Adrian.Shorter@SurreyFA.com).
Please note that the closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 July.