Current job vacancies

Duty Manager/s

The Glenelg Football Club is looking for two full time, permanent Duty Managers to join our team.

Qualifications & experience

  • RSA, RP & Advanced Gaming
  • Sound understanding of Liquor & Gambling provisions and codes of practice
  • Experience with Covid management would be advantageous
  • H & L reporting experience would be advantageous

Tasks & responsibilities

  • Strong customer service skills
  • Proven experience in food and beverage operations
  • High standards of personal presentation
  • Sound people management skills
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to work various, but structured weekday & weekend shifts

Apply via seek here.

Expressions of interest

Junior Football

Expressions of interest can be directed to:
Paul Sandercock – Head of Football
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The Glenelg Club

Expressions of interest can be directed to:
The Glenelg Club
Bistro & Bar Manager – Emma Ross
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