The Royal Air Force Club is proud to announce it has been voted 22nd in The Sunday Times Top 100 Not for Profit Organisations to work for in the UK 2020

Careers

Working at the Club

With over 140 members of the RAF Club team working many different areas of hospitality, we are always looking to recruit talented individuals and offer exceptional opportunities at the Club.

The Royal Air Force Club is proud to announce it has been voted 22nd in The Sunday Times Top 100 Not for Profit Organisations to work for in the UK 2020

 

Current Vacancies

For further information or to apply for any of these roles, please contact the Club’s Human Resources team at hr@rafclub.org.uk or call 020 7399 1083 quoting the job title. We look forward to receiving your application.

Why Work at the Club?

Become a Member of the Club Team

The Club offers a friendly and caring approach that seeks to bring out the best from all individuals and a chance to develop your career in an organisation passionate about developing and promoting talent from within. 

The Club has set service standards which allow for a consistent and top quality service to all our members. Personal flair and attributes are highly welcome from the team as every staff member is expected to bring their unique attributes toward making our members feel welcome and at home.

The Club is proud to offer a competitive total rewards package including a generous pension plan and service charge for applicable roles.

An Award-Winning Workplace

Royal Air Force Club Makes The Sunday Times Top 100 List for the Third Year Running

The Club is delighted to announce that we have been ranked the 22nd Best Not for Profit Organisation to work for in the UK 2020. The awards are based on a number of criteria, recognising an organisation’s approach to factors such as employee engagement, work life balance, training and development, leading to an overall employee satisfaction score. We're absolutely thrilled and congratulations to the entire team for making the Club such a special place to work.

View the full listing here https://www.b.co.uk/the-lists/non-profit/

Equal Opportunities & Training

The Royal Air Force Club ensures that no job applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, marital status, social class, race, ethnic origin, religious belief, sexual orientation, disability or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be relevant to performance.

The Royal Air Force Club is proud to offer training and development courses on a regular basis, not only to improve job knowledge and understanding but also to enhance your career opportunities within the Club and later on in life elsewhere.

Vision & Mission

Vision

To be the London Club of choice for serving and retired RAF Officers, their families and other Members

Mission

To provide high quality and affordable facilities and services in central London for Club Members, in order to preserve, promote and foster the traditions of the Royal Air Force.

Core Values

Value, respect and support each other - We believe that care comes from caring and so we provide a level of care for our colleagues that inspires by example, generates trust, respect, open and honest communication and appreciation.

Give personalised, warm and consistently exceptional service - We set the bar high for ourselves to provide the highest quality service and products that we possibly can. We consistently challenge ourselves to update and enhance the members’ experience.

Innovation, constant training and refurbishment help create an environment which our members regard as their home from home whilst respecting the historical and military associations of the Royal Air Force

Create positive, memorable experiences for every Member - We work hard to meet and exceed our members’ expectations on every visit. Listening to their needs we create memorable experiences.

Care about and give back to our local community - We recognise and appreciate our responsibility to be active participants in our local community. In a world of shrinking natural resources, we must endeavour to conserve, reuse and care about those around us.

Caterer Award

About the RAF Club

The Royal Air Force Club is a private members’ club located in London’s Mayfair, which offers luxurious surroundings and a ‘home from home’ to over 25,000 serving and former serving officers of the RAF and their families.

The Club, with its prestigious and central location at 128 Piccadilly, boasts a unique RAF history and a multitude of facilities including 110 bedrooms, fitness centre, business suite, meeting and banqueting rooms, an elegant Dining Room, English style Pub and Bar & Lounge overlooking Green Park.