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Cape Fear Country Club is seeking qualified candidates with a fantastic attitude to join our team! We are pleased to offer a professional and fun work environment with competitive pay and benefits. If you are enthusiastic about providing exceptional service and would like to work with some of the best country club employees in North Carolina, this is the place for you!

Current Openings

Available job positions and descriptions at the Club:

For Fitness, contact Susan Clayton, Wellness Director.
For Food and Beverage, contact Peter Panagakos, Dining Room Manager.
For Golf, contact Chris Byrd, Director of Golf.
For Greens, contact Ted R. Smith, Director of Agronomy.
For Kitchen, contact Ben Ramsey, Executive Sous Chef.
For Maintenance, contact John Crandall, Clubhouse Maintenance.
For Pool, contact Maggie Bellamy, Pool Director.
For Tennis, contact Laird Dunlop, Director of Tennis.
For Youth Activities, contact Katie Lippert, Youth Coordinator.

Sign-On Bonus

After six months of service, employees receive sign-on bonuses as follows:

35+ hours/week - $1000
21 - 35 hours/week - $500
1 - 20 hours/week - $250

Application Form

All applicants seeking employment must complete the Club's employment application form - click here to download the form. Mail form to Cape Fear Country Club, Attn: Human Resources, 1518 Country Club Road, Wilmington, North Carolina 28403. Or, fill out a form in person at the Main Clubhouse. All applicants will be required to sign the Disclosure and Consent form giving the Club authorization to obtain a consumer report as part of a routine background check. All applicants will also be required to sign the Substance Abuse Testing Consent and Release Form.

Our Team Mission

The Team Mission for Cape Fear Country Club is to provide the highest quality of service to our membership through commitment and dedication with a personal touch. It is our goal to cultivate and nurture relationships between our staff and membership, making the club our members 'home away from home'.

Equal Opportunity Employer

It is the policy of Cape Fear Country Club to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, religion, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, national origin, or any other characteristics protected by law. All employees have the right to work under conditions free from unlawful discrimination and harassment. This freedom from harassment and discrimination extends to actions of members, guests, vendors, and sales representatives. Cape Fear Country Club participates in E-Verify. Applicants also have rights under the following Federal Employment Laws: Family & Medical Leave Act, Equal Employment Opportunity, and the Employee Polygraph Protection Act.  

Benefits of the CFCC Team

Cape Fear Country Club strives to deliver comprehensive benefits for its employees. We take a proactive, continuous approach to cultivating a team environment for our workforce. We provide a competitive benefits package for all eligible employees. This includes, but is not limited to:

Paid Time Off – PTO: Vacation, sick, bereavement, maternity, paternity and anniversary pay.

401(k) Plan: Employees are eligible to participate after 6 months and 500 hours of service. The club matches 50% of your contribution up to a maximum of 3%. We offer open enrollment each January, April, July & October. You must be 21 years of age to participate. Immediate rollovers from former plans.

Workplace Banking: Free checking and direct deposit into checking and savings accounts.

Employee Recognition: Monthly contests with bonuses and rewards; monthly and yearly recognition of outstanding employees; gift card raffles; quarterly employee outings; and more.

Insurance: Medical, dental, and vision coverage; complimentary life insurance. Supplemental plans available for life and disability coverage.
Transparency in Insurance Coverage:

This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.