Absolutely not. You can have as many members in administrator roles as you like. However, myClubhouse goes much further than this. There are several general levels of access:
However, as you will see below, you have full control over who ends up in each of these levels and what people with these levels of access can actually do on the system.
As well as the standard roles of Club Secretary, Treasurer and Membership Secretary you can define as many other roles as you like and multiple people can be in each of these roles. So you could have a 'Committee' role which contains all of the committee members, or a 'Coach' role which contains all of the coaching staff. For each role, you define its access level (see above).
myClubhouse has much more than a simple access level / role-based security model. Every single thing that a member can do on the system has its own entitlement and for each of these you can specify exactly who is allowed to perform that action. For example, the 'send an email' entitlement could be granted to all those with an administrator level role and those in the committee role and specific named individuals. Entitlements allow you to control pretty much anything you can do on the system, including:
In addition to this, some elements can be individually entitled. So, you can control exactly who can view and administer particular documents, or member lists or forms or events.
With our new membership subsetting option, you can divide up your membership however you like and then grant permissions on particular subsets.