The Golf Shop Attendant promotes the game of golf and the club while providing the upmost hospitality and service to the Members and guests of the club. They respond to inquiries and make tee-times for Members and guests both in person and on the phone. The Golf shop Attendant assists in overseeing outside golf operations and staff to ensure proper performance while following all daily procedures and policies.
Ordering necessary merchandise and assisting with the golf shop operations
Checking-in merchandise in accordance with procedures and organization of storage/display areas
Checking in golfers, accurately ringing up charges at the register, and properly checking in all golfers prior to play
Proper cash handling procedures as well as making sure that all standards of operations are being met
Keep up inventory levels of constantly stocked items (i.e. shirts, socks, gloves, hats, balls, etc.)
The Bartender is responsible for providing the highest quality of beverage production and service to our Members and guests. In addition to supporting all Club venues, events, and fellow Employee Partners, the Bartender maintains the bar, service areas, and related storerooms.
Follow proper procedures for stocking and cleaning bar area
Ensure opening and closing duties are performed to ensure bar readiness at all times
– Previous bartending experience required
– A working knowledge of bar related beverages, spirits, mixed and specialty drinks, wine and beer
– Alcohol Intervention and Coach Certified (C.A.R.E)
– Possesses a passion for exceeding Member expectations and a commitment to excellence that results in providing the highest quality Member and guest experience
The Banquet Server is responsible for providing food and beverage STAR Service to Members/Guests ensuring satisfaction, Member retention, and coordinating with the other Club departments. Maintain service standards as outlined in the Hospitality First training program at high standards. Complete and comprehensive knowledge of the menu is mandatory, including daily features and specials that may not be available directly on the menu. Accurately execute Member/guest orders and requests in a timely fashion. Know Members names and greet them promptly in a manner to provide a warm welcome and making them feel at home. Assist fellow Employee Partners, Members and guests to ensure delivery of the 3 steps of service without being directed. Be aware of team members and the environment and participate as a member of the team. Responsible for possessing clear knowledge of all various liquors, beer and wines available by the Club.
– Previous food and beverage server experience preferred
The Child Care Attendant reports to Member Relations Director and is responsible for insuring the safety of the children. They are responsible for helping create a fun and positive play area for young children to enjoy.
Being courteous and exercising tact and diplomacy when dealing with the public
Being familiar with approved methods of problem behaviors of young children
Asserting leadership abilities in the event of the Supervisor’s absence.
– Minimum of six months experience working with children in a child care environment.
– High School Diploma or equivalent required.
– College degree in early childhood education preferred.
– May require mornings, evenings, weekends, holidays and special events.
The Golf Course Maintenance and Laborer position works on the diverse range of activities involved in golf course maintenance and construction. They are responsible for semi-skilled grounds construction and maintenance work, and performs related tasks as required.
Operates powered equipment in mowing golf course putting greens, aprons, tees, and rough
Operates edgers and trimmers
Grades and prepares a soil plant bed, lays sod, plants, vegetative material, and pulls weeds in bed
Changes cups and tee markers
Maintains Ball washers, water hazards, and bunkers
Operates light equipment in hauling materials and removing debris
Trims trees, prunes shrubbery, and cultivates shrubs and flowers
Assists in construction of new greens, tees, and fairways by grading, preparing soil and planting
– 1 year experience in landscaping maintenance
– Able to understand and follow detailed written and oral instruction
– Local candidates only as this position does not offer relocation
The Player Development Professional partners with the Head Golf Professional and is responsible for creating a culture of improvement at the Club to generate increased levels of participation in social practice and learning programs amongst the Members and amongst prospective Members and golfers to increase member value and appeal of the Club to prospects (Members and golfers) with the goal of improved retention, increasing participation and contributing to the development of a more vibrant and enjoyable golf community.
Management of a personal care group of allocated golfers responsible for their retention, activation, and participation.
Execution of player development activities (this includes coaching and any other improvement activity, engagement events including accompanied play, assessments, fittings, active marketing events and engagements, non-traditional golf events such as a short-game challenge).
Creation and management of a new membership pipeline including management of the conversion to member.
Improvement of golfers’ playing performance through coaching and fitting.
Sourcing or design and then the management of junior and new golfer coaching programs.
Creation and management of improvement programs, clinics, and coaching.
Design and management of social and group practice, improvement, and learning programs with minimum numbers participating.
Design and creation of golfing and active marketing events.
Responsible for efficient and friendly customer service throughout the pro shop, checking in golfers, accurately ringing up charges at the register and properly checking in all golfers prior to play. This also includes proper cash handling procedures as well as making sure that all standards of operations are being met.
Maintain control of the tee sheet, including walkups and pairings.Collect all guest, cart and other fees.
Respond to inquiries and make tee-times for Members and guests both in person and on the phone.Converse with Members and guests in a friendly manner.Focus your attention on Members and guests needs and remain calm, professional and courteous at all times, even when under pressure.
Oversee all aspects of outside golf operations and staff to assure proper performance while following all daily procedures and policies.
Responsible for inventory controls, checking-in merchandise in accordance with procedures, organization of storage and display areas.
Perform close of business functions following guidelines and procedures established by the Club.
– 3+ years as Golf Professional
– High school diploma, GED, or equivalent required.
The Server is responsible for providing exceptional food and beverage service to Members and guests, thus ensuring satisfaction and Member retention. They are responsible for greeting Members and guests promptly while always exhibiting a high level of hospitality. Servers must have a passion for hospitality and Member satisfaction.
Maintain ClubCorp service standards as outlined in the Hospitality First training program
Complete and comprehensive knowledge of the menu and various liquors, beer, and wines available by the Club
Accurately execute Member and guest orders and requests in a timely fashion
Consistently display the Steps of Service at all opportunities to Members and guest
– Previous food and beverage server experience preferred
The Houseperson maintains and services the Club operations properly. They must be dedicated to providing quality service and to exceeding Member and Guest expectations. The Houseperson is directly responsible for maintaining and ensuring the highest level of facility cleanliness within the Club and preform light maintenance applications as needed.
Maintain a clean aesthetically desirable and safe club environment which meets the expectations of the Club General Manager, Department Managers, and Club Members and Guests
Performing light maintenance projects as needed
Must effectively communicate and correspond with their supervisor to coordinate, acknowledge, prioritize, document and complete work requested from all Department Heads and Members and Guests
Perform housekeeping functions such as vacuuming, dusting, polishing, maintaining woodwork and other vital housekeeping functions
– At least 1 year experience in general housekeeping or a similar environment