RAF Club Job Opportunities

  • Meeting and Event Executive

    Job description: We are looking to recruit an experienced and driven Meeting & Event Executive to work alongside the existing Conference & Banqueting Team and Operations Team to drive Conference & Banqueting sales across the membership and non-membership (Trading Company) areas of the Club, increasing repeat member business and encouraging new corporate business as we head towards our centenary year. This is an exceptional opportunity to be involved with a prestigious and historic private members’ Club at a key time in its history.

    Closes 30 April 2018

  • Reservationist

    Job description: The Royal Air Force Club is a Private Members’ Club located in the heart of London’s Mayfair which offers luxurious surroundings to over 25,000 serving and former serving officers of the RAF and Allied Air Forces and their families. Having opened its doors in 1922, the Club’s building is full of history and character and boasts Her Majesty the Queen as Patron. With 93 bedrooms and 8 meeting and banqueting rooms, the Club is truly a hidden gem with modern and elegant interiors and facilities and first class service. The Club has recently commenced its largest expansion in its 100 year history with 17 new bedrooms, a business centre and gym along with new database, website and brand. This expansion requires additional resource to continue to maintain the exceptional member experience as we head towards our Centenary year in 2018. The Royal Air Force Club is recruiting for an enthusiastic and proactive Reservationist. This individual will be enthusiastic and a friendly team player to join our Reservation and Front of House team. They are passionate about delivering high levels of customer service and hospitality it general. The role involves dealing with all incoming reservation enquiries, by telephone, email or fax. They will assist the Front Office Manager with the smooth running of the department and ensuring all Club polices are adhered to.

    Closes 30 April 2018

Royal Air Force Club Makes The Sunday Times Top 100 List

The Club is delighted to announce that we have been ranked the 30th Best Not for Profit Organisation to work for in the UK 2018.  The prestigious Sunday Times Top 100 listing was revealed this week at an awards ceremony in London, with the Club making the top 30 in its very first year of entering.

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 are hugely proud of this achievement and recognition in our Centenary year 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.

Customer Service Standards

The Royal Air Force 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 pampered. You will wish to join the team if you are looking for a friendly and caring organisation that seeks to bring out the best from all individuals. Here is a chance to grow your hospitality career in an organization passionate about developing and promoting talent from within.