About the Club
Founded in 1898, The Country Club of Birmingham offers superior social and recreational services to its members and their families.
Two Exceptional Golf Courses
From big weekend club championships to wee new players swinging plastic clubs at bright foam balls, the Country Club of Birmingham just is golf. The West Course, a result of the blended talents of Donald Ross, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Pete Dye, provides historic, inspiring holes. It has hosted many state, regional, and national events. The East remains closer to its Donald Ross roots. While more benign in its look, will challenge competitors to beat, or even meet, their scores on the West.
The country club is a place of comfort, friendship, and family. It’s also an ongoing work of architectural and interior design excellence that blends the best of historical precedent with a quiet elegance, and refined style. Such a place doesn’t just happen, but rather evolves. In the case of the club, that includes three homes over the years - the original north Birmingham driving club site, a new location in 1904 in the Lakeview area, and finally its home in Mountain Brook, where it is enjoyed today.
WEST LOUNGE & PRIVATE DINING ROOM
Dress Code for WEST LOUNGE & PRIVATE DINING ROOM
Casual slacks and shirts with collars for men are welcome. For ladies, similar casual attire is welcome.
Dinner and Sunday Brunch
Jackets requested for men (18 years of age and older). For ladies, similar attire is welcome.
WEST LOUNGE BAR
Dress Code for WEST LOUNGE BAR
Casual slacks, shirts with collars and golf attire for men are welcome. For ladies, similar casual attire and nice jeans are welcome. “Nice jeans” are jeans without holes, patches or frayed ends.
TWENTYTWELVE & VERANDA
Dress Code for TWENTYTWELVE & VERANDA
Casual slacks, shirts with collars and golf attire for men are welcome. For ladies and children under age 12, similar casual attire and nice jeans are welcome.
For lunch, tennis attire and, for ladies only, tasteful fitness attire is welcome.
For Sunday Brunch, no jeans, golf, tennis or fitness attire allowed.
Dress Code for THE GRILL
Casual slacks, shirts with collars and golf attire for men are welcome. For ladies, similar casual attire is welcome.
Electronic Device Policy
In consideration of other Members and guests, cellular telephones and similar devices must be on silent or vibrate mode. Cellular telephone calls may be conducted only in parked, closed vehicles or where Club telephones are located. Silent communication (e.g., text, e-mail) is permitted, with discretion. Members are expected to advise their families and guests of this policy.
We ask that all interested candidates please complete an application. Once your application is submitted and reviewed, eligible candidates will be contacted to arrange an interview.
Banquet desserts, cake baking and decorating, homemade breads and upscale a la carte dessert. Experience is a plus.
PT for evenings and weekends. Must be at least 16 years old and have CPR and AED certifications for infants.
PT - Experience required
PT - Restaurant experience required
Waiters Assistants and Food Runners
FT - Experience helpful but not required
We ask all candidates to complete an application.
Applications may be submitted by filling out an electronic application, or in person, Tuesday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. No phone calls please
The Country Club of Birmingham
Attention: Human Resource
P.O. Box 130280
Birmingham, AL 35213
All offers of employment are contingent upon successfully passing a background check and drug test.
The Country Club of Birmingham is an Equal Opportunity Employer.