Club Details

St. Louis Country Club

St. Louis, MO 63124

Age of Club Number of Members Average Age of Members Club Ownership
129 550 61 Member-Owned
Gross Dollar Volume Annual Dues Volume Annual Food Sales Annual Beverage Sales
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Golf Facilities

  • 18 hole course, par 72, designed by Charles Blair McDonald

Tennis Facilities

  • 3 outdoor lighted Hard courts
  • 5 outdoor lighted Har-Tru courts
  • 1 indoor lighted Hard courts
  • 4 outdoor Platfrom courts
4 Pickle-ball courts

Swimming Facilities

  • Outdoor

Other Athletic Facilities

Polo offered May - September, Wednesday

Dining Facilities

  • 1 Men's Grill that seats 40
  • 1 Casual Dining Room that seats 60
  • 1 Formal Dining Room that seats 52
  • 1 Snack Bar that seats 80
  • 1 9th Hole that seats 10
  • 1 Ballroom that seats 250
  • 6 Private Function Room that seats 250
  • 2 Outdoor Dining that seats 200
  • 1 Meeting Room that seats 25

Special Club Features


Enrich your education and come learn with us. The Summer Internship Program at St. Louis Country Club is geared toward engaging students who truly desire to make club management their career.  St. Louis Country Club and our team are committed to devoting its time and resources to assist in the development of student interns to be successful in the club industry.

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

Job Details

Date Posted


Job Title


Brief Job Description

Our internship program is designed to expose you to all aspects of the operation at St. Louis Country Club, and allow you to learn the private club sector of hospitality management with a hands-on approach.  The program can be tailored to your particular goals and interests, and you will get out as much experience as you put in.  Interns will be scheduled time in each of the following departments: Food and Beverage-Front of House, Culinary, Human Resources, Accounting, Membership, Events, Golf, Agronomy, Maintenance, Tennis, and also offers many leadership opportunities.

Interns will have the opportunity to directly meet with all upper-level management, Dennis Byrne, General Manager, Michael Hartigan CCM Assistant General Manager. 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, St. Louis 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, and other various club functions not directly tied to food and beverage.

Each intern will be responsible for submitting a summer project that will be customized to the intern’s interests, expertise, as well as submitting a portfolio at the completion of their summer.  Upon completion of this program, interns will be well-equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills needed for a successful future in the private club industry.

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 Jonas POS systems.  This internship is offering management rotations and supervisory expectations.

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

Intern should be actively pursing a career in the hospitality industry, enrolled in food and beverage managent. Or, hotel/restaurant management. Involvement in local student CMAA chapter strongly encouraged.

Interns will have the opportunity to participate in ongoing training meetings during their time at St. Louis Country Club.  In addition to education for all front-of-house wait staff on service techniques and wine seminars, we require training for all staff on diversity in the workplace, business ethics, and how to prevent harassment, just to name a few; interns can anticipate completing these courses during the summer.

Date Position Available

May 15, 2022

Other Benefits


The Club will provide the monthly rent expense for housing at no additional cost to you.



You will be paid $15.00 per hour, less all applicable taxes and withholdings, payable bi-weekly. If overtime is required, we will try to give you as much advanced notice as possible.



Professional business attire provided by candidate. Attire should reflect a person in a supervisory position.

Please send resumes to:

Michael Hartigan
Assistant General Manager
St. Louis, MO 63124
PHONE: 3149940011