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Round Hill Club | Greenwich, Connecticut
Director of Finance

About the Club
The Round Hill Club is a premier, traditional, family-oriented private Club located in the community of Greenwich, Connecticut, approximately 30 miles northeast of downtown Manhattan. The Club was established in 1922 and has consistently earned the Platinum Club of America distinction. Members of this exceptional family Club are all residents of this community and cherish the unique atmosphere and intimate culture that solidifies Round Hill as one of the finest private club experiences available. Members have invested substantially in the facilities and operation over the past decades, and the Club enjoys a full and stable membership.

Round Hill Club is rich in tradition with a distinct culture of mutual respect and care for management and staff. Appreciating Round Hill’s history strengthens the commitment all members make toward preserving the character and community-centric values of the Club. The Club offers members the time, the place, the people, and the services to enrich and reward their lives in a setting all its own. It is a woven tapestry of family, community, history, and elegance that is both the legacy and promise of Round Hill Club.

Member families enjoy a variety of amenities on the 225 acres, including a Walter Travis design golf course, short and long-game practice facilities, a newly constructed pool facility with a seasonal dining venue, six outdoor Har-Tru tennis courts, four pickleball courts, one hard tennis court (that can accommodate four more pickleball courts if needed), pro shop, two indoor tennis courts, singles and doubles squash facilities and a 2,500 square foot fitness center, which includes personal training and massage therapy. The Club also offers a winter shooting program, four platform tennis courts, and a warming hut.

Comprehensive youth and adult activities are offered in golf, squash, tennis, platform tennis, shooting, and swimming. The Club’s vibrant social and activities schedule features traditional and special events throughout the year. The Club is entirely member-focused, and they do not entertain outside business. They also provide on-site staff housing for up to 54 employees.

Gross revenues exceed $13.2 million, with annual dues at approximately $8.5 million. There are 170 staff members at the height of the season and a total of 650 memberships. The Club is open year-round, with the Clubhouse being closed for January. In 2020, the Club completed a $6.3 million Pool and Pool Snack Bar project, including updates to the Ladies’ Locker Room and new massage treatment rooms. In May 2023, the Club completed a $1.6 million expansion of the Turf Maintenance Facility and a $1.1 million upgrade to the parking lot. To aid the Club’s long-range strategic plan, the Club launched a comprehensive member survey in April of 2023 and engaged Club Benchmarking to conduct an asset reserve study.

About the Position
The Director of Finance is an integral member of the management team and assumes all management of the Accounting Department of the Club. The Director of Finance reports directly to the General Manager. S/he will partner with the General Manager on all strategic budget development and management matters, cost-benefit analysis, forecasting needs, and internal controls. In addition, s/he is responsible for controlling and coordinating accounting, auditing, budgeting, taxes, people management, reporting systems and processes, and related activities and records. He/she develops, establishes, and administers procedures and systems about financial matters and prepares financial statements, summaries, forecasts, and analyses for administrative and managerial functions. The Director of Finance analyzes and interprets statistical and accounting information and evaluates operating results for costs, revenues, budgets, policies of operation, trends, and increased profit possibilities.

To succeed in this position, the individual must be highly organized, detail-oriented, able to work in a fast-paced, multi-staking team environment, and possess a “servant leadership mentality.”

The Director of Finance position offers a competitive salary and benefits package, reflecting the significance and responsibilities of the role.

About the Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have at least five years of professional finance/accounting experience with three plus years at a Controller level, preferably working at clubs or other hospitality organizations with a 501c3 non-profit designation. Experienced accounting professionals from diverse organizational backgrounds and Controllers employed by larger private clubs will be considered.

He/she will have a proven track record of excellent leadership, management, and verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent/advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel, financial/accounting software, Club Management Software, ideally Jonas, and POS applications.

The next Director of Finance will have a high degree of integrity, a strong work ethic, excellent analytic skills, and the ability to exercise sound judgment. He/she must have a positive attitude and outstanding member/guest service experience. The selected candidate will be willing and able to help department heads with budgeting, forecasting, and course correcting to nurture a team environment of financial stewardship.

Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance with CHAE or CPA certification(s) preferred. MBA is a plus.

Apply for This Position
Interested candidates should complete the online candidate profile form and submit a compelling cover letter and resume for consideration to DENEHY Club Thinking Partners at If you have any questions or to recommend a candidate, please get in touch with Karen Alexander or Mark Sell, CPA, at 203 319 8228 or by email at or