Club Details

Carolina Country Club

2500 Glenwoood Ave
Raleigh, NC 27608

Age of Club Number of Members Average Age of Members Club Ownership
109 1200 62 Member-Owned
Gross Dollar Volume Annual Dues Volume Annual Food Sales Annual Beverage Sales
$17,000,000.00 $8,500,000.00 $3,500,000.00 $1,500,000.00

Golf Facilities

  • 18 hole course, par 71, designed by Tinnghast
$3 million golf course renovation which started in early 2016 and was completed in the Fall of 2016.

Tennis Facilities

  • 10 outdoor lighted Clay courts
Two additional outdoor hard courts

Swimming Facilities

  • 2 Outdoor
  • Indoor
In 2016, a $3 million renovation was completed to the swimming pools and outdoor dining area.

Other Athletic Facilities

Wellness/Spa Center

Dining Facilities

  • 1 Men's Grill
  • 2 Casual Dining Room
  • 1 Formal Dining Room
  • 1 Ballroom
  • 10 Meeting Room
  • 1 9th Hole
  • 2 Lounge/Bar
The Club's special events and private dining space includes a ballroom and eight private dining rooms with seating ranging from 10 to 1500 members.  Dining consists of a family grille and patio (85 seats), adult fine dining (seats 52), adult casual dining (50 seats), men’s dining (45 seats), ladies’ den (24 seats), terrace bar and dining (85 seats), pool grille and golf halfway house (in season). 

Special Club Features

Carolina Country Club was established in 1910 and has remained at its original location since inception.  The Club, as one of the nation’s finest private clubs, is recognized as a five-star platinum club and an Emerald Club of the World.  The membership enjoys first-class facilities including golf, tennis, wellness, youth, recently renovated pools, food and beverage service with each area led by an experienced and talented group of managers and professionals. 

The Club serves a very active membership of over 1200 families.  The Southern estate style clubhouse was re-decorated in 2007.  Our casual dining restaurant, The Grille, was recently renovated with the addition of a new adult dining, the Bistro 1910, which recently opened in September of 2015. Additional renovations completed in 2016 of the swimming pool and pool dining area and the golf course, which re-opened in the Fall of 2016. 

Club is open 6 days per week, 12 months per year.

Job Details

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Brief Job Description

Carolina Country Club’s Summer Internship Program will provide a hands-on club management experience that is centered around supervising pool snack bar staff with direction from the Grille Room Manager which is our casual dining restaurant; but also incorporates every department throughout our Club for the optimum learning experience of all aspects of Club Management.

Interns will have the opportunity to directly meet with all upper-level management Jack Slaughter, General Manager/COO, Gustavo Muzzolon, Assistant General Manager and Mark Sipple, Club Manager.  Interns will also have bi-weekly meetings with the training directors to monitor their progress.  Interns will be expected to attend weekly F&B meetings, monthly committee meetings and various other management meetings. 

In order to maximize your exposure to all the Club’s offerings, Carolina Country Club will devote an extensive part of your time to a departmental rotation.  This will afford you the opportunity to work with other department heads and be directly involved in planning and executing a wide variety of club events.  Interns can expect to not only be involved in both formal and casual dining, but also work with weddings, private parties, swim team events, golf tournaments, tennis tournaments, youth activities, HR, accounting, and other various club functions not directly tied to food and beverage. 

Each intern will also be responsible for submitting a summer project that will be customized to the intern’s interests, expertise, and the Club’s current needs.  Upon completion of this program, interns will be well-equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills needed

Candidate Qualifications

This candidate must have an outgoing personality, exceptional communication skills, a positive attitude and be team-oriented.  He or she must possess a basic understanding of restaurant service techniques, beverage and wine knowledge, and be proficient in Microsoft Office, e-mail and POS systems. 

The candidate must be honest, respectful, dedicated, caring and have a strong worth ethic; and must be able to handle a fast-paced, high-end, sophisticated work environment.  The candidate is expected to be self-motivated and committed to exceeding the expectations of the membership and their guests.

Educational Requirements

The ideal candidate must be enrolled in a four-year hospitality program or related field.

Date Position Available

May 2019

Other Benefits

Interns will be afforded the opportunity to attend the Carolinas Chapter Summer Quarterly Meeting, at no cost.  All interns will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing training meetings during their time at Carolina Country Club.  In addition to education for all front-of-house wait staff on service techniques and wine seminars, we require online training for all staff through classes provided by CCC through ThinkHR.  These classes include diversity in the workplace, business ethics, how to prevent harassment just to name a few; interns can anticipate completing these courses during the summer.  

Through a partnership with North Carolina State University, fully furnished apartments are available just miles from the Club on a first come, first served basis.  The Club will provide the monthly rent expenses.  Interns will have to furnish essential items such as cookware, dinnerware, linens, etc.  There will be a damage/loss prevention deposit of $200.00 that is refunded once the apartment is vacated and cleared.  If you choose to take advantage of housing it will be deducted directly from your paycheck in two increments of $100.00 each.

Uniforms will be provided for your respective departments as needed.  You must provide your own black dress shoes, black socks, khaki pants, khaki shorts, tennis shoes, and a few “business professional” outfits.

Interns should expect to be paid on an hourly basis with overtime pay when applicable.  Interns can anticipate working anywhere from 35 to 40 hours per week.  If the intern accepts housing, the hourly rate is set $9.00.  Without housing, the hourly rate is paid at $11.00.

Other benefits include employee monthly and annual celebrations, receive merchandise discounts in both tennis and golf pro-shops, free meals on scheduled work days, team newsletters, employee recognition programs, etc.

Please send resumes to:

Mark Sipple
Club House Manager
2500 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, NC 28608
PHONE: 9197921789