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Membership Relations Coordinator / Private Events Coordinator in TN-Franklin-Temple Hills Country Club at Clubcorp

Date Posted: 6/22/2018

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Membership Relations Coordinator / Private Events Coordinator - (184335 )

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Temple Hills Country Club

Temple Hills Country Club in Franklin, Tennessee offers 27 championship holes of golf, tennis, swimming and more. The course is known for its undulating greens and plush fairways.Temple Hills Country Club provides warm and memorable experiences for its Members, guests, and Employee Partners.



Membership Coordinator / Private Events Coordinator

The Membership Coordinator / Private Events Coordinator is responsible for assisting with administrative and sales support tasks relating to Membership and Private Events, this position also provides support for the Club Manager and the club's executive offices as directed. Preparation of weekly sales and membership reports as required by accounting department. Update Member Pride with new member information as needed. Update and report on scheduled private events.  Assist in maintaining membership files according to policies and standards set by ClubCorp - ensure the completion of all required forms for each file. Initiate requests for and distribute new member cards and membership resignations and any resulting refunds. Initiate requests for private event bookings.  In the absence of Membership Director, meet with prospects, obtain information, answer questions a

Job Requirements

  • Computer knowledge required. Must be knowledgeable in MICROSOFT OFFICE, EXCEL, POWERPOINT.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • 2-3 years office experience required. Sales background preferred.
  • 4 year degree preferred. High school diploma or equivalent required

Work Locations:Temple Hills Country Club, 6376 Temple Rd, Franklin, TN, 37069
Job:Membership
Schedule:Regular|Full-time
Shift:Open Availability