Golf General Manager Jobs in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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The City Of Phoenix Phoenix, AZ
Job Description Job Title: Head Golf Professional*Lead Job ID: 11778 Location: Professional & Supervisory The Head Golf Professional*Lead position is responsible for managing all golf course pro shops within the City of Phoenix to ensure quality service is provided to the public. Courses include Aguila Golf Course, Cave Creek Golf Course, Encanto Golf Courses (9&18), and Palo Verde Golf Course...
Catcha Walton Hills, OH
Company Cleveland Metroparks Branch Walton Hills OH US Position: Restaurant, Food and Beverage Assistant (Part-Time) Location: Walton Hills, OH pertaining to health, food service, liquor control… knowledge of safe and proper food service operations, including food service equipment and cash registers… The Restaurant, Food and Beverage Assistant – Golf works with the General Manager of Rest...
Doral Miami, FL, 33196
POSITION PURPOSE: Assist Management team in developing and cultivating the best possible business for Golf and Social Membership Sales in order to maintain and increase overall occupancy and Resort use. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assist in establishing all systems, policies and procedures for sales, contracts and tracking of Membership business. Clear and timely communication to ...
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