DOMESTIC HOSPITALITY

Hospitality in the Golf Industry

Australia - New Zealand

Overview

Golf clubs provide a variety of food and beverage and hospitality services to their members and guests, and are always on the lookout for good staff.

 

Like any membership-based organisation, most customers are regulars and value the member recognition that comes from attending their clubs often, building some great relationships with staff. It is part of the experience for both members and those working in front of house roles particularly. 

 

The hours tend to be much more user-friendly, with most club food and beverage operations closing before 9pm, with the exception of special functions.

 

The pay rates are also attractive with good base and overtime hourly rates, up to double time on Sundays and Public Holidays.  

 

Golf clubs are good employers. They are not-for-profit, sports clubs, and exist to serve the recreational needs of the community and create a positive culture.

Overall, it can be an attractive ongoing proposition, situated in beautiful surroundings.

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So, what roles are available in hospitality in golf clubs?

​Most clubs with food and beverage operations have needs in both Back of House and Front of House roles. Back of House roles can range from Head or Executive Chef to support positions such as Sous Chefs and Cooks.  Front of House roles can range from Supervisory positions to customer serving responsibilities. 

The Process

1. Once we have received your application, we advise golf clubs in Australia or New Zealand of your availability and interest in finding work.

2. We then work with you and our golf club clients through the recruitment processes.

3. Golf clubs choose who they wish to recruit.  While we will endeavour to secure all applicants a role, we cannot guarantee this.

To explore this further, please complete the questions below and start your application.