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Hideaway Beach Club

250 S. Beach Drive
Marco Island, FL 34145

This club uses CMAA's General Manager/Chief Operating Officer Concept.
Age of Club Number of Members Average Age of Members Club Ownership
45 1200 62 Member-Owned
Gross Dollar Volume Annual Dues Volume Annual Food Sales Annual Beverage Sales
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Golf Facilities

  • 9 hole course

Tennis Facilities

  • 9 outdoor lighted Har-Tru courts

Swimming Facilities

  • 1 Outdoor

Other Athletic Facilities

Pickle ball, bocce courts

Dining Facilities

  • 1 Informal Dining Room
  • 1 Formal Dining Room
  • 1 Outdoor Dining
  • 1 Ballroom

Special Club Features

Hideaway Beach Club is a private gated community situated directly on the Gulf of Mexico. The more than 300 acres of property, half of which are wetlands and conservancy, make Hideaway home to the largest concentration of native Florida Live Oak trees. Condominiums, beach villas, single family homes and vacant buildable lots frame the other 150 acres of the property. With boardwalks for nature studies at natural lagoons, shelling, fishing, a Sports Center complex and a Gulf front Beach Club that hosts an array of entertainment and exquisite dinners to satisfy any appetite, Hideaway Beach Club is an excellent place to call home.

Club is open 7 days per week, 12 months per year.

Job Details

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Brief Job Description

If you are passionate about delivering exceptional service in an upscale environment, apply now to become an integral part of the esteemed Hideaway Beach Club.

Position Overview

Come work with the best as you will play a crucial role in providing exceptional customer service and support in Hideaway Beach Club's exclusive 2024 Summer Internship program.As an intern, you'll gain valuable knowledge and skills.

This internship is meant for an experienced individual either entering their junior or senior year or upon graduating. The main working aspect of this internship will be to serve, bartend, and food-run in the multiple food venues located in the clubhouse. With that, we also host a variety of events at the club, which the intern will work in the front of house, as well as learn the steps of planning and set-up. This internship aims to educate the student not only on the functions of a club, but also the decision making, planning, and financials that go into having a successful membership.

Key Responsibilities and Experiences

  • Daily operations will have the intern work as a server, bartender, busser, and banquets/events. They will learn fine dining etiquette and synchronized service.
  • At the beginning of each month, they will rotate through completing inventory with the food and beverage Director.
  • A regularly scheduled meeting with management will take place at the end of the month as a check-in; more frequently if requested.
  • The intern will have learning workshops or a shadowing opportunity each month.

Workshops may include:

  • Wine tasting: The intern will better understand what types of wine go into what glassware, how the wines are paired, and more information on different regions.
  • Human Resources: The intern will have a chance to bring in their resume and have it critiqued. They will learn what a company looks for in a resume. They will also learn the importance of a cover letter and what information it should entail.

Intern's choice of:

  • Events and Catering Administration
  • Kitchen
  • Accounting
  • Golf/Tennis/Bocce/Wellness/Spa
  • Shadow Day with the GM/COO

Candidate Qualifications

  • Exceptional communication skills to ensure effective coordination in a dynamic work environment.
  • Friendly and cooperative demeanor to engage seamlessly with Members, Guests, and Staff.
  • Basic knowledge of food safety and hygiene practices.
  • Willingness to learn and adapt to different tasks.
  • Capability to stand for extended periods, walk, climb stairs, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, stretch, and reach; Capability to perform continuous repetitive motions.
  • Availability to work evenings, weekends, and holidays, aligning with the nature of Hideaway's demands.
  • Ability to frequently lift objects up to 25 lbs

Educational Requirements

  • Candidate Minimum Educational Qualifications include
  • Enrollment in a four-year Hospitality Management Program
  • RAMP Certification (Required - 30 Days after Start Date).
  • Previous Food & Beverage experience is a plus.
  • Enrollment / Engagement in local CMAA Professional or Student Chapter preferred 

Date Position Available


Other Benefits

Housing and Transportation

  • Free Housing is provided. A $250 refundable housing deposit will be collected through payroll.
  • Interns will be sharing luxury, fully-furnished condominiums in the Milano Lakes Community.
  • A personal vehicle is required.
  • Mentorship from experienced and 3-Michelin Star Management.
  • Hands-on training in dining operations.
  • Documented progress and reviews necessary for internship credits at university.
  • Opportunity to develop valuable skills in the hospitality industry.
  • Free Meal for each shift worked.
  • FLCMAA Summer Education Opportunities through the Everglades Region.
  • Golfing, Tennis, Pickleball Privileges
  • Pro Shop Discounts
  • Our Shared Core Values
  • Integrity
  • Team Excellence

Please send resumes to:

Pamela Radcliff, CCM
Director of Human Resources
250 S. Beach Drive
Marco Island, FL 34145

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