Careers

Current Job Vacancies

Sous Chef – The Glenelg Club

The Glenelg Club is currently seeking the services of an experienced / qualified sous chef to assist in the day-to-day operations at The Glenelg Club.

An ability to work over a seven day roster, including weekends, is a must, with our bistro open for lunch and dinner 364 days a year.

Excellent salary and conditions available for the right person.

What we’re looking for:

· Great food knowledge and relevant qualifications / experience with working in the kitchen

· Experience managing staff in chef’s absence

· Ability to show initiative and efficiency in a fast-paced environment

· Excellent communication skills

· Ability to work calmy under pressure

· Great time management, organisation and punctuality

· A great work ethos and can-do attitude

· Experience with functions isn’t necessary but an advantage

· Flexibility to work over a seven-day roster

If you think you’re the perfect candidate, please send your cover letter and resume to Head Chef Damien Owens via damien@glenelgfc.com.au

 

Apprentice Chef – The Glenelg Club

The Glenelg Club is currently looking for its next culinary superstar! This job would be best suited to a recent school leaver or someone looking to kickstart their career in the food/culinary industry.

Experience isn’t necessary – all you need is a great attitude, calm manner and a willingness to learn!

What we’re looking for:

· An interest in cooking and food

· Ability to work over a seven day roster

· Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

· A great attitude

· Willingness to learn

· Someone who isn’t afraid of hard work!

If you think you’re the perfect candidate, please send your cover letter and resume to Head Chef Damien Owens via damien@glenelgfc.com.au

 

Club Maintenance Person

The Glenelg Football Club is currently looking for a part-time Maintenance Person to undertake various general maintenance tasks. The ideal candidate must demonstrate the following skills and knowledge:

  • Proven expertise in various general maintenance tasks
  • Exceptional time management skills
  • Sound physical fitness and strength
  • Ability to solve problems promptly and autonomously
  • Sound initiative and the ability to utilise available resources
  • Exceptional people skills to foster strong working relationships

The Maintenance  Person will be responsible for undertaking the following types of tasks, but not limited to:

  • Basis plumbing/toilet and electrical fixes
  • Basic painting
  • Window & periodic floor cleaning and maintenance
  • Clean beer lines
  • Hang wall frames
  • Car park blowing and external general cleaning and maintenance
  • Stock unloading
  • Pre-game changeroom / grandstand cleaning and maintenance
  • Graffiti removal
  • General handyman maintenance (fix chairs, wine barrels, refurbish alfresco tables etc)

The main features of the role are:

  • 15 hours per week to be negotiated with flexibility (ie Mon – Fri 9am-12pm)
  • Casual rate of pay in line with the Registered & Licensed Clubs Award
  • After-hours work (weekends and evenings) may be required.

Whilst training will be provided, the role would suit a semi-retired / retired tradie or someone with extensive experience looking to contribute their services to the support the footy club.

If you think you’re the perfect candidate, please send your cover letter and resume to Jeff Dickson via jdickson@glenelgfc.com.au

Expressions of interest

Junior Football

Expressions of interest can be directed to:
Paul Sandercock – Head of Football
Email – psandercock@glenelgfc.com.au

 

The Glenelg Club

Expressions of interest can be directed to:
The Glenelg Club
Email – manager@theglenelgclub.com.au

 

Volunteers

One of the better-known benefits of volunteering is the impact on the community. Volunteers are often the glue that holds a community together. Volunteering allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place. However, volunteering is a two-way street, and it can benefit you as much as the cause you choose to help. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand your network, and boost your social skills.

One of the best ways to make new friends and strengthen existing relationships is to commit to a shared activity together. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, especially if you are new to the area. Volunteering also strengthens your ties to the community and broadens your support network, exposing you to people with common interests, neighbourhood resources, and fun and fulfilling activities.

Expressions of interest can be directed to:

Glenelg Football Club – Reception
E-mail – reception@glenelgfc.com.au