The post is of a full-time, permanent nature being 40 hours per week
The Royal Belfast Golf Club is looking to recruit a Full-time Greenkeeper.
Situated on the edge of Belfast Lough, The Harry Colt designed course is rated as one of the best parkland courses in Ulster.
We are looking for someone to maintain and enhance the reputation of the course who has an eye for attention to detail and can bring their experience and knowledge to maintain the high levels of course presentation.
The Club is extremely dynamic and is constantly looking to improve key areas of the site year on year. The Green staff are working through a 5-year strategic course improvement plan.
Roles and duties:
Work under the direction of the Course and Assistant Course Manager in producing the course to the highest standard achievable in relation to the clubs guiding principles.
Have a flexible approach to working hours and have a practical, can-do attitude.
Fully comply with the Clubs Health & Safety policy, green keepers code of practice and COSHH.
The successful candidate should have a minimum of:
Three years' Parkland greenkeeping experience.
NVQ Level 2 in sports turf management.
They should have the following attributes:
The ability to work as a team.
Attention to detail.
Paid overtime and work uniform supplied.
Please apply in writing with a CV for the attention of the Course manager - Paul Revill to:
The Royal Belfast Golf Club, Station Road, Craigavad, BT18 OBP.
We currently have an opening in our kitchen team for an experienced Kitchen Assistant.
You will be responsible for the preparation, cooking and presentation of foods prepared as well as making sure the kitchen areas are clean, tidy and well maintained at all times.
Additional and ongoing training will be provided as required.
Shifts to include evenings and weekends.
Roles and duties:
Preparation, cooking and presentation of food to a high standard.
Keeping the kitchen, prep area, dishwashing area, stores and fridges clean and tidy.
Accurate checking in of deliveries and storing away the same in a tidy and timely manner.
- Flexible approach to working hours and be practical and hands-on.
- Understanding of Food Hygiene, allergens and Health & Safety work practices.
- Ability to work as part of a team as well as on your own initiative.
You should have a minimum of:
One year's experience of working in a busy kitchen environment.
Level 2 Food Hygiene.
Please apply in writing with a CV for the attention of the House Manager - Tracey Preshaw to: