Assistant Clubhouse Manager

Posted on: 10/16/2020 (1 year, 3 months ago)


Job Description:

Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club

Assistant Manager

Staff Motto:

“100 Years of tradition in Entertaining Our Members and Guests”

Join Us in Excellence in Our Service

Our Mission is our Members

It’s Showtime!



Position Summary:

The Assistant Manager assists the Clubhouse Manager with the day to day operation of the clubhouse operation to include: Food and Beverage, Housekeeping, Aquatics, and Maintenance. Assist the Clubhouse Manager in the planning of all club events and family activities. Greets and seats guests in the restaurants and at all club functions including Sunday Brunch; Maintains order and cleanliness of all Club facilities daily; Assures that member/guests satisfaction standards are consistently attained; Assists with the training of new employees, and the continuing training of current staff; Maintains beverage and equipment inventories. They will perform day to day manager functions hands on.



Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  1. This position requires one to have an acute knowledge of service techniques
  2. The Assistant Manager must be self-motivated and self-managing, efficient in time management and decision-making. They must be creative, outgoing and have excellent communication skills both verbally and written.
  3. The assistant manager is responsible for the activities of the service areas of the clubhouse which will include and not be limited to member dining, banquet dining, and general housekeeping.
  4. The assistant manager is responsible to enhance and oversee the training programs for food and beverage personnel, while supporting the managers of the dining room and banquets.
  5. The successful candidate should have strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to service.
  6. The successful candidate should have strong communication skills; both creative and critical writing and the ability to speak effectively before groups of members, guests, and employees of the club.
  7. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access, as well as Point of Sale Systems.
  8. Human Resource skills required include scheduling and training,



Education, Certification/License and Experience:

  1. College Degree involving Hospitality is Preferred but not required
  2. Country Club experience is preferred, but not required




Working Conditions/Environment:

  1. This position works between 50-60 hours per week on average, but may increase at times to accommodate business fluctuations.
  2. Position requires the ability to sit, stand, and walk.  Lifting and carrying items up to 10 pounds is necessary and lifting up to 25 pounds is required occasionally.



Benefits at the Club

  1. The club offers a comprehensive benefits package for those who qualify
  2. Competitive Salary
  3. CMAA membership and continuing education


All measures will be taken to adhere to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the United States Department of Labor.  All Oklahoma rules are the same regulations followed by Federal OSHA.