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Pro Shop Attendants
A customer service position
Our Attendants are a vital part to our business because they deal directly with the public. Therefore, having basic knowledge of and the ability to perform exceptional customer service skills is extremely important. They are responsible for tasks such as, handling business transactions and all monies, selling buckets of balls, equipment, and memberships, as well as, booking private lessons, clinics and club fitting sessions, and answering the phone. A basic knowledge of the game of golf is a minimum requirement for this position.
Their primary duty is to pick up and wash range balls. This position also involves light maintenance. Some examples include: picking up/taking out trash, washing windows, cleaning equipment, raking sand traps and monitoring the tee line. This is an outside position and shifts are during the late afternoon and evening.
Duties include: mowing, watering, and fixing divots, as well as overall maintenance to our facility. This is an early morning/day position. Understanding that family and school responsibilities should come first, we do our best to schedule around your needs. We try to be as flexible as we can with our employee’s work schedules. In return, we ask that our staff be flexible in understanding that we might need to adjust shifts based on weather conditions. Our staff must also recognize our need to employ people that are available to work during our peak season, days and times.
IN GENERAL, our staff member’s work 3 to 4 shifts per week, between 3 and 8 hours each. Range Staff are required to be at least 16 years of age, as the majority of their shifts will be during the evenings. Pro Shop Attendant shifts vary from morning, afternoon and evening. All staff members are required to have weekend availability.
Our work schedule runs from Monday through Sunday and changes weekly. Time off may be requested before the next weeks schedule is made out. After the weekly schedule is posted employees may trade shifts with management approval. Given that our peak season is so short, it is important for all employees to understand that they are hired to work, not to take time off. For this reason, if you know you will need to take a combined two weeks or more off between the last day of school and Labor Day- Please Do Not Apply. Although we can often work around up to a week or so of vacation time during the summer, the more you are available, the better.
A neat, tasteful appearance contributes to the positive impression you make on our customers. Please understand that you are expected to dress and groom yourself in accordance with accepted social and business standards, as your job involves dealing with customers in person. Range and Grounds Staff are issued Sun ‘N Air Staff T-Shirt’s and are responsible for their own navy blue or khaki shorts and/or pants. (Pants/shorts must have pockets and a “fly”). Hats are optional, however; they must be plain or golf related. They may wear white, black or brown shoes, sneakers or boots. Pro Shop Attendants are issued Sun ‘N Air collared golf shirts and are responsible for their own navy blue, black or khaki colored pants and/or shorts. They may wear white, black or brown sneakers or shoes.
If you believe you would be a good addition to our team after reading through our general requirements, please submit your application and we look forward to meeting you.
How do I apply for a job at Sun ‘N Air Golf Center?
For confidentiality, and screening purposes, applications should be submitted on-line OR if you prefer, you may return completed applications to
Sun ‘N Air. (Please make sure it is in a sealed envelope marked “ATTN: Manager”).
How old do I have to be to be able to apply for a job?
By law, you must be at least 14 years of age. However, because of our scheduling needs, we have a limited number of spots available for those under 16, due to the Child Labor Laws. If you are applying for a Range Worker position you must be at least 16 years of age.
What are the work restrictions if I am under the age of 16?
If you under the age of 16:
1) After you are hired, you will be required to provide a Working Permit.
2) You may not work during school hours, unless as provided in a work experience program.
3) You may not work before 7am or after 7pm, except from July 1st through Labor Day you may work until 9pm.
4) You may not work more than 3 hours a day on school days.
5) You may not work more than 18 hours a week during the school week.
6) You may not work more than 8 hours a day on non-school days.
7) You may not work more than 40 hour a week on non-school weeks.
When is the best time to submit my application?
The earlier you submit your application the better. For the Spring/Summer Season we begin looking for new staff members starting in late March/early April.
After submitting my application when will I be contacted?
After the manager receives your application and reviews it, you will be contacted via email. The manager will confirm the next step(s) of action at that point. Examples: Set up an interview, Application kept on file until openings, etc.
I am on a Sports team/involved in an after school program. How Does this affect my chances of being hired?
Applicants must understand that we are looking to fill the business needs. Depending on the current staff make-up we might value one applicant that is available more than another. We understand that many of our applicants have other commitments during the school year. In the spring, if you are able to commit to at least one or two shifts a week until school ends it would still be helpful to us. It would also be extremely helpful if applicants have availability in the fall.
I am retired or have a full time job and I am only interested in working around 10-12 hours per week.
We currently have employees that only work a few shifts a week and it is very helpful to us. For these applicants we work around their current schedule and accommodate their needs to the best of our ability.
Do I get to hit “free” buckets of balls and discounts on Pro Shop equipment?
Yes, however there are some restrictions and this subject is further discussed during the interview process.