A Club Manager is responsible for supervising all areas and operations of a particular club. They usually have different job titles depending on the kind of club they manage. They may manage dance or nightclubs, fitness and health clubs, or country and social clubs. Whichever type of club they manage, the club manager is generally responsible for coordinating the different functions done by all employees of the establishment.
Duties and Responsibilities
While specific duties of Club Managers vary depending on the type of club they manage, it often
• Involves computing payroll, budgets, and revenue, coordinating with other departments or department heads to find out and address their needs and concerns;
• As well as acting as the liaison between the club and its members or patrons.
• Club managers are responsible for ensuring the entire facility is sanitary according to accepted standards and that all equipment are in good working condition;
• Setting long-term goals for overall business improvement;
• As well as planning, developing, and executing fitness programs for their patrons.
• Club managers also screen, hire, and train new personnel, create advertising plans and promotions to improve sales;
• Organize and promote events for patrons;
• Develop the club’s marketing strategy to attract new clients and retain existing ones;
• And maintain a high standard throughout the club’s premises.
Knowledge and Skills Requirements
Club Managers should be a good leader with strong project-management, good interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. They should be able to multi-task and handle stress and pressure. They should also have knowledge of budgeting, finance, management, human resource, and marketing. Some computer skills and knowledge of related software may also be necessary.
• Self Control.
• Stress Tolerance.
• Attention to Detail.
• Concern for Others.
• Analytical Thinking.
Club Managers often find themselves working in a normal office setting, performing accounting and administrative tasks. Part of their time is spent surveying the club’s premises to ensure everything is in order, while communicating with patrons or members. A Club Manager’s position requires flexible working hours and it is common for them to work overtime, nights, weekends, as well as before or after club hours to finish paperwork and other duties.
Education and Training Requirements
Club Managers will often have a HND/bachelor’s or master’s degree in Business Management, Finance, Accounting, Hospitality, Marketing, Human Resource, Public Relations, or any related field. Some clubs would not require a formal education in order to acquire a position as a Club Manager. In some situations, it may be possible to transition from the various roles in the particular industry the club is related to, into a management position.
Mode of Application
• Interested candidates should forward their CV details to hrm.sigmaegisconcepts @gmail.com
• Candidates can also opt to send their Fullnames, Date of Birth, Current contact address, Valid phone number, Age, Years of experience and Job applying for to 08123339184
• Candidates can also opt to send their Fullnames, Date of Birth, Current contact address, Valid phone number, Age, Years of experience and Job applying for to the advert message box.
• Candidates should comply with all requirements and instructions enlisted failure to do so will lead to AUTOMATIC disqualification.
• Candidates should only call the phone number attached to the advert daily during working hours of 8am-4pm (Monday-Saturday).
• Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted