Employment

Established in 1851, The Pacific Club is a historical social club located outside of the Honolulu business district. We are known for our warmth of Aloha and excellence in hospitality whether hosting our members, their family, and guests at one of our three dining venues, serving a catered event, or coordinating a family activity or athletic tournament. Using locally sourced products whenever available, we pride ourselves on offering our members an exceptional dining experience paired and a wide selection of handcrafted cocktails and beers, and an award-winning wine cellar. We are looking for passionate and experienced food and beverage applicants to join our exceptional team. Please submit your application today.

We offer excellent employee benefits for full-time and part-time positions. Generous medical insurance premium coverage including 70% of the premium for dependents covered by the Club.
• 10 Paid Holidays.
• 401K plus company match (after 6 months of service with 500 hours worked).
• 10 Days Paid Vacation.
• 5 days of Personal Time Off (after 1-year employment).
• Birthday Holiday.
• Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts.
• Holiday Bonus.
• Free Parking and Free Meals.
• Health, dental, vision insurance

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Available Positions:

Utility Staff (Restaurant)

Job Title: Utilities Staff - Restaurant

Department: Food & Beverage
Reports to: Main Dining Room Manager/ Mangos Manager
 

Position Description Summary

Ensures that all Pacific Club members and guests receive proper, attentive, courteous, and professional service at the Club to include greeting tables with water and bread, refilling beverages, clearing and resetting tables, and communicating pertinent information to the kitchen. Must follow all club safety and sanitation guidelines.
 

Duties and Responsibilities

Pre-shift:

  • Prepare all water glasses, carafes
  • Prepare bread service for the night
  • Restock wait station with all necessary supplies from the storage room
  • Maintain cleanliness of kitchen and service areas
  • Set up the floor once all pre-shift duties are completed

During shift:

  • Pour water and bring bread to tables as guests arrive
  • Assist wait staff by servicing food to members/guests as needed; food should not be left on the tray stand unattended. (Make sure there is communication with wait staff)
  • Clear plates after each course, refill water
  • Restock bus station as needed
  • Assist in cleaning banquet rooms as needed
  • Other duties as assigned by the Dining Room Manager or Captain

Closing duties:

  • Clean service stations
  • Clean and restock trays
  • Assist in the resetting of tables
  • Adherence to scheduled shifts and attendance at all service staff meetings.
  • Work well as a team member with the entire club staff.
  • Operate under all guidelines, policies, standards, and constraints as set forth by The Pacific Club.
  • Other duties as required.
     

Physical Demands and Work Environment

  • Ability to lift up to 30 lbs
  • Ability to carry trays of food
  • Standing on feet for up to 8 hours
  • Continuous repetitive motions.
  • Work in a hot, humid, and noisy environment.
     

Education and Experience

  • High School diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Kitchen and/or serving experience, preferably in a professional member-servicing environment
  • Fine dining experience


Licenses and Special Requirements

  • TB test & yellow card
     

Competencies

  • Teamwork
  • Job knowledge; food, wine, beer & liquor
  • Professionalism
  • Communication


Pay Rate:
Starting at $17 per hour. Non-exempt.
Pre-employment requirement: Negative drug test.

We offer excellent employee benefits for full-time and part-time positions. Generous medical insurance premium coverage including 70% of the premium for dependents covered by the Club.
• 10 Paid Holidays.
• 401K plus company match (after 6 months of service with 500 hours worked).
• 10 Days Paid Vacation.
• 5 days of Personal Time Off (after 1-year employment).
• Birthday Holiday.
• Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts.
• Holiday Bonus.
• Free Parking and Free Meals.
• Health, dental, vision insurance

 

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Cook

Job Title: Cook

Department: Kitchen
Reports To: Executive Chef & Sous Chef

Responsibilities: Perform food preparation tasks on a timely basis under the supervision of the Sous Chef.

Essential Functions:
Perform routine tasks for Cook/Pantry personnel, short of working a station.
• Serve food items on the buffet line.
• Assist in setting up and breaking down the buffet line Keep the kitchen clean and in order.
• Ensure quality and consistency in food preparation and presentation.
• Maintain the timing of orders.
• Assist Cook I, II, and Sous Chef in other duties as assigned.
• Adhere to all Pacific Club standards and policies to achieve service excellence.
• Expedite orders promptly.
• Maintain cleanliness and sanitation of the work area.
• Ensure daily inspection of food preparation in the walk-in refrigerator to ensure proper rotation of food items.

Education and Experience: Culinary school training.
• At least four or two (2) years of cooking experience.
• Knowledge of kitchen terminology is required.

Skills, Abilities, and Attributes:
• Understands cooking techniques.
• Ability to communicate effectively.
• Customer service-oriented.
• Team player works well with other employees.
• Capable of setting up lines promptly.

Hours Required: (Full-time) Looking for morning shift (5:30 am-2:00 pm) or evening shift (12:30 pm-9:00 pm).

Condition of Employment:
• Pre-employment negative drug test required.
• TB clearance.

Salary and Benefits: 
$20 - $26/hour depending on experience.
• Hourly, non-exempt position.

We offer excellent employee benefits for full-time and part-time positions. Generous medical insurance premium coverage including 70% of the premium for dependents covered by the Club.
• 10 Paid Holidays.
• 401K plus company match (after 6 months of service with 500 hours worked).
• 10 Days Paid Vacation.
• 5 days of Personal Time Off (after 1-year employment).
• Birthday Holiday.
• Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts.
• Holiday Bonus.
• Free Parking and Free Meals.
• Health, dental, vision insurance

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Swimming Instructor

Swimming Instructor (On-Call)

Division/Department: Athletics.
Reports to:
Fitness Director.

Job Details:
• Hiring for a trained American Red Cross swimming instructor or swim instructor with an equivalent certification to offers children and adults private swim lessons.
• Lessons range in length from 30 min to 1 hour. Lessons may be private or semi-private and include up to 2 students.
• We are looking for an on-call instructor.
• Must be proficient in teaching all strokes. Student levels range from beginner to intermediate.
• Must have a current instructor certification and CPR certification.
• Additional lifeguard certification is preferred but not required.
• Required to work two shifts per week. Preferably on Saturday, Tuesday or Thursday. By appointment only.
• Flexible scheduling. Competitive pay. Holiday Bonus.
• Hiring Immediately.
• We support a DRUG-FREE work environment. Passing a drug pre-screening test is required for hiring.

Pay Rate: $22-23 per hour. Non-exempt. By appointment only.

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Maintenance Technician

Maintenance Technician

Reports to: Facilities Manager


Job
Summary:Maintains facilities and maintenance equipment.

Job
Duties: 
Maintains and makes general repairs to the plumbing fixtures, furniture, woodwork, electrical system, appliances, ventilation system, and building structure of the club.
• Conducts plumbing repairs such as leaking pipes and faucets and clogged drains.
• Performs various duties involving painting, plumbing, carpentry, and electrical work.
• Maintains the air conditioning, refrigerators, icemakers, and pool pumps.
• Supervises the filtration and chlorination of the swimming pool. Tests swimming pool water; maintains a daily log of water test results for local health department inspections.

Additional Responsibilities: 
Lubricates and services all maintenance equipment.
• Inspects equipment for operating deficiencies.
• Repairs and adjusts equipment.
• Maintains repair records on all equipment.
• Trains maintenance staff in proper equipment maintenance methods.
• Demonstrates use of new equipment.
• Trains personnel in the proper use of equipment.
• Establishes and maintains safety procedures for using the equipment.
• Maintains safety records.
• Trains operators in care of new equipment.
• Performs general overhaul and other preventive maintenance on all equipment.

Pay Rate: $20 - $28 per hour based on experience, plus benefits. Non-exempt status.

We offer excellent employee benefits for full-time and part-time positions. Generous medical insurance premium coverage including 70% of the premium for dependents covered by the Club.
• 10 Paid Holidays.
• 401K plus company match (after 6 months of service with 500 hours worked).
• 10 Days Paid Vacation.
• 5 days of Personal Time Off (after 1-year employment).
• Birthday Holiday.
• Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts.
• Holiday Bonus.
• Free Parking and Free Meals.
• Health, dental, vision insurance

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Banquet Server

Banquet Server (Breakfast)

Job Summary: A banquet server is needed for breakfast banquet events at the private club downtown for Club members and guests to receive proper, attentive, courteous, and professional service during the Club’s private events. A positive attitude, professionalism, and teamwork are a must. Holidays and weekends are required as business dictates.
Directly reports to the Banquet Captain and/or Banquet Manager.

Job
Duties: 
Assures that all state and local laws and club policies and procedures for the service of alcoholic beverages are consistently followed.
• Knowledge of and ability to perform the required role during emergencies.
• Set up and clean banquet rooms and serve banquets.
• Performs related banquet set-up tasks.
• Provides immediate attention to all members and guests upon greeting them.
• Takes beverage orders and serves food in a specified station.
• Pours and refills wine, coffee, water, and other beverages served with and after the meal.
• Clears soiled dishes as needed.
• Cleans all assigned work areas in the kitchen and banquet areas.
• Advises supervisor of any member or guest complaints as soon as they occur.
• Assists in closing functions such as removing linen, bussing glasses, dishes, silverware, etc., and re-setting the room for the next function.
• Attends staff meetings including pre-shift sessions.
• Consistently follows all food safety-related requirements.
• Completes other appropriate assignments made by the Banquet Captain.
• Adherence to schedules and attendance at all service staff meetings.
• To work well as a team member with the entire club staff.
• Operate under all guidelines, policies, standards, and constraints as set forth by the Pacific Club.
• Other duties as required.

Physical Demands and Work Environment:
Ability to lift up to 30 lbs.
• Ability to carry trays of food.
• Ability to open wine bottles.
• Standing on feet for up to 8 hours.
• Continuous repetitive motions.
• Work in a hot, humid, and noisy environment.

Education and Experience:High School diploma or GED equivalent.
Fine-dining experience and wine knowledge are preferred.

Licenses and Special Requirements:TB test & liquor license yellow card (upon employment).

Competencies:
Job knowledge; food, wine, beer & liquor.
• Teamwork.
• Professionalism.
• Communication.

Pay Rate:
Rate: $17 per hour + 2% pool of banquet food sales commission paid monthly
Hourly, non-exempt position

Work Hours: 5:30am - 10:30am (Actual hours vary depending on time and duration of banquet events)
Part-time status, working 20 - 29 hours per week.


We offer excellent employee benefits for full-time and part-time positions. Generous medical insurance premium coverage including 70% of the premium for dependents covered by the Club.
• 10 Paid Holidays.
• 401K plus company match (after 6 months of service with 500 hours worked).
• 10 Days Paid Vacation.
• 5 days of Personal Time Off (after 1-year employment).
• Birthday Holiday.
• Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts.
• Holiday Bonus.
• Free Parking and Free Meals.
• Health, dental, vision insurance

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Groundskeeper

Job Title: Groundskeeper


Position Description Summary:
  • Reports to Facilities Director.
  • Provides excellent customer service to all members and guests while maintaining a safe and clean environment.
  • Communicates respectfully and clearly with management, staff, members and guests.
  • Maintains Club landscaping including parking lots.
  • Maintains clubhouse facility and equipment.

Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Assist Facilities Director in implementing club policies, goals, operating procedures and standards.
  • Plants and maintains ornamental shrubs and trees.
  • Trims and feeds shrubs and trees; removes cuttings.
  • Maintains landscape beds around clubhouse and club grounds.
  • Rakes and blows leaves.
  • Prepares and lays sod.
  • Prepares soil plant beds, and establishes plantings by seed or transplants.
  • Loads and unloads materials.
  • Maintains equipment.
  • Empty garbage cans.
  • Attends staff meetings.
  • Maintains a high level of personal service extended to members and guests.
  • Uses proper etiquette when greeting members, guests and employees in person.
  • Reports immediately to Facility Director any hazardous situation, maintenance issue, injuries and illnesses or other areas of concern.
  • Perform other duties as assigned, including but not limited to assisting other areas in the facilities department when positions are vacant or personnel are on vacation.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:
  • Ability to lift up to 25-50 pounds and perform strenuous work lifting, pushing pulling, bending, stooping and climbing.
  • Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.
  • Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.
  • Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; risk of electrical shock; and vibration.
  • The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
  • Able to meet and perform the physical requirements and to work effectively in an environment which is typical of this position.
  • Frequent lifting, bending, climbing, stooping and pulling.
  • Frequent repetitive motions.
  • Continuous standing and walking.
  • May need to use some protective equipment, such as a respirator, gloves, earplugs, eye guards/visors, boots and hat.

Education and Training, Qualifications and Other Requirements:
  • Some high school experience required.
  • General knowledge of power tools.
  • Knowledge of irrigation systems.
  • Knowledge of and ability to perform required role during emergency situations.

Competencies:
  • Job knowledge
  • Teamwork
  • Flexibility
  • Communications
  • Customer Hospitality Service

Job Details: Pay Rate: $17 per hour.
Full-time, Non-exempt.

We offer excellent employee benefits for full-time and part-time positions. Generous medical insurance premium coverage including 70% of the premium for dependents covered by the Club.
• 10 Paid Holidays.
• 401K plus company match (after 6 months of service with 500 hours worked).
• 10 Days Paid Vacation.
• 5 days of Personal Time Off (after 1-year employment).
• Birthday Holiday.
• Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts.
• Holiday Bonus.
• Free Parking and Free Meals.
• Health, dental, vision insurance

 

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