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Thank you for your interest in a career at The Town Club. 

We seek highly motivated individuals who are eager to join an organization with a commitment to excellence. The Town Club has many longstanding traditions of impeccable service, exceptional social events and dining, superior facilities, and uncompromising attention to detail. Our team works together to create a truly bespoke experience from the minute our members walk through the door.


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Authority over and responsibility for operation of Club pools, aquatics programs and pool activities. Authority over and responsibility for pool emergencies as well as posting and enforcement of pool rules and regulations. Pool rules and regulations will be based on consultation with the General Manager and in consultation with the Club’s Swim Committee and subject to approval by the Board of Directors.


Develop, direct and manage the general Club’s swim program, including:

Youth group and private lessons;

Youth swim teams and meets;

Youth diving team and meets;

Youth synchronized swim team and event;

Club aquatics family events.


General Management

  • Recruit, recommend for hire, train, direct and manage qualified assistant swim professionals.
  • Management of Head Lifeguard and oversight for lifeguard staff for general swim hours and special events.
  • Management of swim professionals will include, but not be limited to:
    • Coordinating interviews for summer guard and instructor positions.
    • Communications with returning staff.
    • Update and email contracts for swimming staff.
    • Support appropriate staffing and management of lifeguards, as delivered by Head Lifeguard.
    • Weekly, review and submit staff time sheets to the Club Office.
    • Attend to lesson billing.
    • Weather permitting, open and staff pools on weekends after Labor Day through the end of the pool season.
    • Work with front office to order swim apparel for staff and swim team.


Aquatics Leadership

  • Plan and communicate aquatics messaging with Club to explain programming and enroll children in the Club swim program.
  • Meet on a regular basis with the General Manager and the Club Aquatics Committee, and render professional advice (including suggested fees and charges which shall require the Club’s approval), opinions, assistance and services as required.
  • Meet with the Tennis and Aquatics Committee and Director of Racquets, for the purpose of coordinating the swim and tennis program schedules.
  • Cooperate and work closely with the General Manager, Facilities Manager and groundskeeping staff. Ensure Pool House is maintained appropriately by staff.
  • Promote and market the Club swim program and personally communicate with all new members of the Club.
  • Advise the General Manager of pool conditions and recommend maintenance and repair requirements.
  • Provide an end of summer season inventory and written report summarizing the Club swim program, including recommended changes for future programming.


Swim Team Management

  • Swim Club/Swim Team: Operate a competitive Swim Team, though operations thereof might be delegated to swim assistant professionals.
  • The Aquatics Director to attend all away meets and all home meets. The Aquatics Director manages and announces at home meets.
  • Diving Team: Operate a competitive Diving Team, though operations thereof might be delegated to swim assistant professionals.
  • Synchronized Swim Team: Operate a competitive Synchronized Swim Team, though operations thereof might be delegated to swim assistant professionals.
  • Selecting summer swim team suits and guard apparel.
  • Assist with ordering awards for meets and swim programs.
  • Coordinate the hosting of Swim Team Meets (league, annual Pentathlon, etc.).
  • Quality assurance of the Club/Team program is responsibility of Aquatics Director.
  • Annual member fees for Swim Team and Dive Team to be determined based on annual budget discussion between Aquatics Director and General Manager.


Swim Lesson and Event Management

  • Develop swim curriculum and manage it’s implementation.
  • Establish frequent communications with swim families to keep them advised of all details related to swimming.
  • During group swim lessons, ensure an optimal student-to-instructor ratio is accounted for by Head Lifeguard.
  • Upon a member signing up a child for group or private lesson, deliver to the Club’s Office a Member’s charge sheet for the lessons showing the type of lessons and the fee amount. The Club will bill the member for the lessons at the end of the month.
  • Coordinate with General Manager regarding event cost structure and parent involvement.


Outsource Program Requirements, as needed

  • Swim team practice is often attended by the Aquatics Director, but generally coached by other pros.
  • Diving coaching may be delegated to a competent pro.
  • Synchro coaching may be delegated to a competent pro.

Line Prep Cook
Reports to: Sous Chef/Executive Chef
Education and/or Experience
· High School diploma or GED.
· A minimum of two years of experience in kitchen preparation and cooking.

Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations
· Prepares menu items as needed for member or guest service.
· Follows all state and local health and food safety regulations.
· Follows all safety procedures for operating and cleaning machinery.
· Knowledge of and ability to perform required role during emergency situations.

Job Summary (Essential Functions)
Cooks and prepares a variety of food products, including meats, seafood, poultry, vegetables, sauces and stocks according to the club’s standard recipes using a variety of equipment and utensils according to the daily prep list.

Job Tasks/Duties
· Take inventory of all items required for station set-up and determine those items that require preparation.
· Prepares items according to standard recipes.
· Coordinates and times orders with other kitchen operations.
· Requisitions items needed to produce menu items.
· Notifies Sous Chef of expected shortages.
· Ensures that assigned work areas and equipment are clean and sanitary.
· Sets-up, maintains and breaks down prep cook station.
· Covers, dates and neatly stores all leftover products that are re-usable.
· Makes recommendations for maintenance, repair and upkeep of the line prep area and equipment.
· Opens/Closes the kitchen properly using the kitchen checklists.
· Assists with other duties as assigned by Sous Chef.

Licenses and Special Requirements
· Food safety certification.

Physical Demands and Work Environment
· Required to stand for long periods and walk, climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend,
stretch and twist or reach.
· Push, pull or lift up to 50 pounds.
· Continuous repetitive motions.
· Work in hot, humid and noisy environment.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $18.00 - $20.00 per hour

Reports to: Sous Chef
Job Type: Part-time
Pay: $12.00 - $16.00 per hour
Supervises: No supervisory duties are included in this position.
Education, Certification and Experience
  • High School diploma or GED.
Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations
  • Ensure that kitchen area is kept clean and tidy at all times to prevent any health or safety hazards.
  • Wash dishes, glassware, utensils, pots and pans and other small wares according to equipment operating requirements and the club’s standard operating procedures.
  • Report all accidents, illnesses or “near-miss” incidents immediately to manager on duty or supervisor.
  • Knowledge of and ability to perform required role during emergency situations.
Job Summary (Essential Functions)
Responsible for general cleanliness of the main kitchen dish area and other Food and Beverage kitchen prep areas. Wash and properly store all cooking utensils, china equipment, flatware and glassware.
Job Tasks/Duties
  • Washes all wares in dishwashing machine or by hand according to applicable food safety
    and other codes and regulations.
  • Collects trash from kitchen areas; empties garbage cans and washes and re-lines with new bags;
    breaks down boxes, crates and removes debris.
  • Examines garbage for misplaced silverware, dishes, glassware and other reusable items.
  • Washes and polishes all stainless steel in the kitchen including shelves, dish cabinets,
    ice machines, coffee area, refrigerators and walk-ins.
  • Washes and cleans receiving, trash and other kitchen-related areas.
  • Sweeps and mops kitchen floors.
  • Stores all dishes and other wares in proper areas.
  • Cleans dish machine and dish area according to pre-established schedule.
  • Performs other tasks such as assisting in food preparation, storing foods after delivery and cleaning coolers, freezers and storerooms.
  • Maintains inventories of soap, chemicals and paper towels.
  • Transfers supplies and equipment between storage and work areas.
  • Handles all china and glassware carefully to minimize breakage.
  • Continuously inspects floors in kitchen areas to assure they remain clean, dry and clear of debris.
  • Assists in completing weekly kitchen cleaning and maintenance list.
  • Cleans and safely stores all brooms, mops and other cleaning equipment in proper places.
  • Uses all chemical cleaning supplies in a safe and careful manner.
  • Helps food servers by prioritizing the washing of specified service items.
  • Understands and consistently follows proper sanitation practices including those for personal hygiene.
  • Attends departmental staff meetings.
  • Performs other appropriate tasks assigned by the Executive Chef and Sous Chefs
Physical Demands and Work Environment
  • Required to stand for long periods and walk, climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, stretch
    and twist or reach.
  • Push, pull or lift up to 50 pounds.
  • Continuous repetitive motions.
  • Work in hot, humid, and noisy environment.

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Reports to: Aquatic Directors
Classification: Seasonal, Part Time
Education and/or Experience
  • Some High School required.
  • Ability to swim laps and dive to the bottom of the pool.
Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations
  • Adequate knowledge of and training in pool chemistry, rescue and surveillance techniques, CPR/AED and blood-borne pathogens.
  • Participates in pool safety programs and risk management.
  • Employs only those methods and teaching techniques outlined and approved by the American Red Cross.
  • Knowledge of and ability to perform required role in emergency situations.
Job Summary (Essential Functions)
Implement all water safety policies and procedures. Supervise members and guests in and around the swimming pool.
Job Tasks/Duties
  • Vacuums pool bottom; empties automatic skimmer; skims bugs and other debris from surface to prepare pool for daily use.
  • Supervises and observes swimmers at all times to ensure their safety.
  • Administers care to swimmers’ minor injuries such as small cuts and bruises.
  • Maintains amenities in and cleanliness of changing rooms, bathrooms and showers.
  • Assists in organizing clinics and private swimming lessons for members as directed by the Swimming Pool Manager or instructors.
  • Enforces rules of conduct at the pool.
  • Checks first aid supplies and reports needed items.
  • Organizes and monitors pool games at all times; suggests pool-side games.
  • Places rescue tube and ring buoy on the lifeguard chair in the morning; returns these and all swimming aids and pool toys to the lifeguard locker when the pool closes.
  • Straightens the pool and cabana areas at the end of the day.
  • Maintains all necessary records determined by the Swimming Pool Manager.
  • Attends all meetings as directed by the Swimming Pool Manager.
  • Implements all pool safety equipment.
  • Performs required pool pre-opening duties.
  • Informs swimming pool manager about unresolved member or guest disruptions that could cause a safety problem.
  • Performs other appropriate tasks assigned by the Swimming Pool Manager.
Licenses and Special Requirements
  • Must have current Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate.
  • American Red Cross Basic First Aid required, training on AED units and possession of a current Red Cross CPR card.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
  • Ability to bend, stretch, twist or reach, walk, stand, stoop, climb stairs, balance and/or crouch.
  • Continuous repetitive motions.
  • Physical exertion over long periods of time.
  • Work in hot and humid environment.

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