Working at Belle Haven Country Club

We welcome you to become a part of our team!

Belle Haven Country Club believes that every employee contributes directly to the member experience and the overall success of the Club. The Club is currently accepting applications for the following positions in our food and beverage operations:

  • A la carte servers (Full time and Part Time)
  • Bartenders (Part Time)
Prior experience in these areas is necessary.

DEPARTMENT: Food and Beverage/Catering & Special Events
POSITION TITLE: Catering Assistant
REPORTS TO: Catering & Special Events Director
SUPERVISES: Banquet Service Staff in Absence of Banquet Manager or Catering Director
STATUS: (Full Time)


Catering & Special Events Assistant is responsible for coordinating all aspects of club functions, coordination of all service group events and small private parties such as birthdays and corporate meetings hosting 50 guests or less. The Catering & Special Events Assistant will also ensure to communicate the schedule of upcoming events with the all essential staff members to include the entire food and beverage service team.


• Development of and communication of All Club Functions.
• Booking and Coordination of Service Club Events, Small Social and Corporate Events.
• Complete and communicate schedule of events to the Sr. Staff members and the entire Food & Beverage Service Team.
• Create and Distribute Event Orders for Booked and Scheduled Club Functions or Social/Corporate Functions.
• Timely Completion of Profit and Loss Statements for All Major Club Functions.
• Timely Completion of Event Invoices to be reviewed by Catering & Special Events Director prior to mailing.
• Work closely with the Catering & Special Events Director and the Banquet Service Team as well as the Culinary Team to exceed all Member and Event Host Expectations.
Four years of college with a concentration in Hospitality is required. One year plus of experience in the private club industry along with experience with the Jonas operating system is preferred.

Office environment. May need to lift up to 50 lbs. Maintain professional, friendly demeanor at all times.

Professional Dress Required.

DEPARTMENT: Food & Beverage

POSITION TITLE: Banquet Captain

REPORTS TO: Banquet Manager / Catering Director

SUPERVISES: Front of House Food & Beverage Employees

STATUS: Full Time

In charge of the set up, production and break down of all banquet functions. Supervise and work banquet functions to ensure member satisfaction through proper food and beverage service and preparation.

Job Responsibilities:
1. Work with Catering Director, Banquet Manger and other staff Members to schedule and coordinate personnel for private functions.
2. Develop a detailed plan of prep and post list for all banquets functions.
3. Be the liaison between the Catering Office and Members to ensure all events are well organized and exceed Member’s expectations.
4. Review Banquet Event Order (BEO’S) at the beginning of each shift to ensure room is set as contracted. Confirm and set up A/V equipment for the event as needed.
5. Hold pre function meetings with servers to guarantee smooth service, timing and coordination between front and back of the house.
6. Maintain all equipment and facilities in an organized, clean, and safe environment. Inventory banquet supplies on a bi-monthly basis.
7. Design, train, implement, and maintain themed set ups for banquet functions.
8. Act as Head Waiter in the event of larger parties.
9. Handle member and guest complaints courteously and efficiently.
10. Hire, train, evaluate, and supervise all banquet staff.
11. Inspection of service area in banquets to ensure the highest sanitary, safety and organizational conditions are being met.
12. Assure all functions are properly staffed with trained personnel, even in the absence of the Manager.
13. Assumes closing/opening procedures as needed.
14. Participates in history of functions by writing reports detailing problems and their possible solutions for future parties as well as positive feedback.
15. Meet with all contacts of parties going over the contract that has been provided. Making sure the number, item and set up is seen to prior to the event. Then communicating to the kitchen in the event of a change. Also the proper billing of functions by noting the correct number and or additions to be billed.
16. Develop training classes and structure to continue with professional development of staff.
17. Performs other tasks deemed necessary by the Banquet Manager and/or Catering Director.
18. Must be able to work all weekends and holidays.

Skills Require: Working knowledge of service and bartending is required. Needs to possess good oral and written communication skills. Should be able to lift 50 lbs. Long hours are sometimes required. Supervisor experience preferred.

Applications for Employment

You are invited to fill out an application and e-mail Human Resources regarding available positions: