EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES & INFORMATION

2018 SEASON

Saturday, May 5th - Sunday, October 7th


























About Us

Thank you for expressing an interest in working at Eagle Springs Golf Club. We hope you find the following information helpful and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Eagle Springs was planned and developed to be one of the finest private golf club experiences in the country. Eagle Springs is a very exclusive club with a very limited and select membership. The Club features a Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf designed golf course in a setting that will remain free from the distractions of real estate and home site development. Nestled in the heart of the Vail Valley, in Wolcott, Eagle Springs is approximately 18 miles from Vail, 10 miles from Beaver Creek, and 20 miles from the Vail Valley Jet Center. Our entry way Covered Bridge and barn built in 1911, serve as timeless landmarks and stand to welcome arriving members and their guests.

Eagle Springs opened for play in July 1995. Membership is limited to 300 and play is closely monitored to ensure an uncrowded golf course and tee times unnecessary. Only members, associate members, and accompanied guests may play the course. The club enjoys a full, traditional caddie and forecaddie program. While walking is encouraged, golf carts are also available. Membership in the club is by invitation only. A great emphasis is placed on maintaining a healthy balance between the golf and social structure of our membership. Eagle Springs is a special golf club for those who want to be part of something unique in the Vail Valley, and the traditional values of the game of golf.

Our Mission

Our mission is to serve the membership of the Club. Our goal is to provide an environment of the highest quality, in terms of golf experience, certainly, but also by achieving the highest standards imaginable for food and beverage selection and service, as well as the personal attention in the golf shop, locker rooms, and otherwise throughout the club.

Our Standards & Service Culture

We are dedicated to our mission and our membership. We believe in the basic principles of integrity, reliability and quality. We endeavor to hire the “best of the best.” We not only want our members to have unforgettable memories but also our staff. We best describe ourselves as a group of caring and considerate people who are reliable, responsible, compassionate and detail oriented. We find that our staff have both a personality and presence with each other and our members.

Your appearance at work is critical to our mission and the impression we make on our members and guests. Every day we endeavor to make the club look good and we expect the same of our staff in the way they come to work. Your personal appearance and hygiene is of upmost importance. This helps foster a good work environment, improves teamwork and leaves a lasting impression with colleagues, members and their guests.

We do not allow visible tattoos, body piercings and radical hairstyles or color. We provide uniforms and uniform care to help you look your best. Those staff that wear their personal clothing are expected to set an example. If you need assistance with selection and what to wear, we are happy to assist.

Benefits

• Off-Site Housing (Based on availability)
• Tailored Uniforms & Uniform Care
• Employee Lunch (Clubhouse Staff/Golf Operations)
• End of Season Employee Party & Raffle
• End of Season Employee Recognition Program
• Employee, Caddie, Member Tournament
• Limited Golf Privileges
• Retail Discounts on Select Merchandise

Housing

The club arranges off-site housing at either River’s Edge Apartments or the Tarnes Apartments in Avon (a 15-minute drive from the club) at the base of Beaver Creek Resort. Both single and shared apartments are available. The goal of the housing program is to limit an employee’s housing cost to either $500 per month for shared accommodations or $550 per month for single studios. Single studios are limited and available on a first in line basis. The club does not guarantee single housing will be available. Housing costs are conveniently deducted from the employee’s paycheck every two weeks. Apartments are furnished along with kitchen basics. Employees must plan to supply their own bed linens, towels and any other comforts they required (TV’s, Pillows, etc.).

Employees are required to abide by the Resident Rules set forth by the apartment complexes. Any employee that violates these rules may be asked to leave their housing arrangements at the request of the complex. In such situations, the Club does not assume responsibility for finding alternative arrangements.

Employees do not need to use Club provided housing and can find housing on their own through local real estate listings, Craigslist, the Vail Daily newspaper, friends or family.

Vail Valley Lifestyle

Vail/Beaver Creek are centrally located in Colorado. The valley is linear running from East Vail all the way to Gypsum and Dotsero. Activities are abound during the summer months with daily activities, hikes, biking, rafting, fishing, 16 golf courses and lots of restaurants and cafes. For the more adventurous, there are great camping opportunities and day trips to neighboring resorts towns such as Aspen/Snowmass, Breckenridge and Steamboat Springs. The metropolitan city of Denver is a two-hour drive from the valley. Most locals enjoys the abundant free concerts and events that are hosted in and around the valley from the Tuesday night free concerts series in Vail to Thursday night Beaver Creek Rodeos in Avon to Showdown Concerts in Eagle.

How to Get Here

It’s easy! US Interstate 70 runs right through the Vail Valley with exits at East Vail, Main Vail, West Vail, Minturn, Avon, Edwards, Wolcott, Eagle and Gypsum. I-70 divides Colorado in half and will bring you into the state from Kansas in the East to Utah in the West. I-70 picks up both Denver International Airport (DEN) and downtown Denver. It winds its way through the mountain towns, the Vail Valley and out to the west to Grand Junction. Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) is located in the town of Eagle about 20 minutes from the club. Seasonal and year-round air services will bring you right to the valley.

How to Get Around

The valley is linear and I-70 runs through the valley from East Vail to Gypsum/Dotsero. Running alongside I-70 is US Highway 6 which provides more local access. Having access to a car is a must in the valley. However, there is a local bus service ECO Transit which has regular bus services up and down the valley along the I-70 and US Highway 6 main arteries. From there, there are local bus services available in the town of Avon, Beaver Creek and Vail. Some of these services are complimentary or seasonal passes can be purchased. Please note that there is not a bus top at Eagle Springs. There is a bike trail that virtually runs from East Vail to Gypsum with some interruptions along the way which turn into bike lanes on Highway 6. If you are into staying fit, a bike is another way to navigate the valley.

How to Apply

To apply, click here to download our Employment Application. Please forward your completed application along with your resume or supporting documentation to admin@eaglesprings.org. Should you need assistance, please contact the office at +1 (970) 926-4400.

What Happens Next

Once we have received your completed application and documentation, this information is forwarded to the department head responsible for hiring the position for which you applied. From this point forward, the department head will be your main point of contact and will update you on the progress of your application.

 

 


Equal Opportunity Employer

The Club is an equal employment opportunity employer and makes every effort to comply with applicable employment laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex,   age, national origin, genetic information, physical or mental disability, veteran status, and any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.  All such discrimination is unlawful and all persons involved in the operations of the Club are prohibited from engaging in such conduct. 

It is an ongoing practice of the Club to provide equal opportunity in all employment actions to all employees and job applicants.  This shall apply to all privileges, conditions and terms of employment, including, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, and separation.