Posted July 11, 2020Epping Forest Yacht and Country Club
Join our professional staff at our beautiful, historic Club property!
Join our professional team and work at our historic Club property!
What's in it for you? Top pay - Flexible scheduling - Company provided training & certifications . . . and so much more!
EDUCATION: High school equivalency degree; Must be able to read, write, speak, follow and give written and/or oral directions in English.
TRAINING & EXPERIENCE: Prior experiences not required, but preferred; Must have a valid state driver’s license.
JOB KNOWLEDGE: Must have working knowledge of clay court maintenance and resurfacing. Must understand how to roll, line, and water clay courts to Director’s and members’ satisfaction. Must have a knowledge of court maintenance machinery, including the Rainbird irrigation system, all accompanying safety features; and a working knowledge of court watering schedule.
JOB SUMMARY: Insure the proper playing conditions of the courts and all maintenance, and insure the aesthetic value of the grounds inside the fences of the Epping Forest Yacht Club tennis courts.
PHYSICAL ABILITIES: Must be physically fit; Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds and work light machinery; Must be able to work outside for 8-hour shifts in varying weather conditions; Must be able to drive a motor vehicle.
compensation: Commensurate with experience
Epping Forest Yacht & Country Club combines turn-of-the-century romance and world-class amenities in a setting of historical significance. Built in 1926 by industrialist Alfred I. duPont and wife Jesse Ball duPont as their Florida residence, Epping Forest was quickly distinguished as one of the country’s finest estates. Many illustrious guests, such as the Vanderbilts, Carnegies, Goulds, Presidents Gerald Ford and Anwar Sadat, graced its rooms for lavish parties. In the early 1970s, Epping Forest became the home of the Raymond K. Mason family. In 1984, Gate acquired Epping Forest from the Mason family. The company strongly believed that the estate should be preserved for future enjoyment of Jacksonville’s citizens. Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, Epping Forest Yacht & Country Club now offers a traditional elegance reminiscent of times gone by, while offering the modern conveniences of today.
Meticulously restored to its original splendor, the duPont Mansion offers casual and gourmet dining with a level of service unmatched by its peers. The first floor glass terrace dining rooms and second story private dining and banquet facilities offer members and guests an unforgettable view of the English Gardens and St. Johns River. From Epping Forest Yacht & Country Club, one can enjoy a breathtaking sunset over the widest point of the St. Johns River. This view, along with award winning cuisine, exceptional service and banquet facilities, set the ideal scene for wedding receptions, private parties and group functions. Members also have access to a private marina and enjoy cruises, dock parties, sailing instruction, camps and a rental fleet.
The 12,000 square-foot Fitness Center showcases a large selection of the highest quality cardiovascular, circuit training and free weight equipment. Personal consultation and instruction are available along with an array of aerobic, yoga, Pilates and Spinning classes. Separate locker rooms are complete with steamroom, sauna, whirlpool and showers. Members also enjoy six pools, including a heated lap pool and separate adult and family pool areas. Family activities offered at Epping Forest Yacht & Country Club include our Cub’s Den nursery, children’s playground, family nights, swim team and many others. On-site tennis professionals are available to teach group and private lessons on six well-manicured, illuminated tennis courts. League play, camps and racquet stringing are also available. The Wheelhouse Café offers quick, full service menu items, seven days a week.