Echo Ridge Golf

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Come join our team!

We are looking for some special people to join our staff for the 2022 golf season.


If you are enthusiastic, energetic, have a positive attitude and are dedicated to exceptional customer service, we want to talk to you!  We offer a fun, supportive work environment, and lots and lots of golf!!


Have a look at the positions listed below, and send your resume to:

echoridgegolf@sasktel.net


Full and part-time positions are available.


Pro Shop Attendant

The Pro Shop Attendant reports directly to the Manager and Owners and is responsible for greeting customers as they register to play golf. The Pro Shop Attendant collects green fees, rental fees, annual dues, sells snacks and beverages; is responsible for the cleanliness of the Pro Shop; and is responsible for the availability and cleanliness of rental carts.

This position requires the ability to work early shifts (beginning at 6:30 AM) or late shifts (ending at approximately 9:00 PM) on weekdays as well as weekends. Hours can be dependant upon the weather, as the course may send employees home when weather prevents golf play.

We are seeking both full, and part-time positions.

Typical Functions

The Pro Shop Attendant:

  • Answers and directs all incoming calls, takes messages when appropriate.
  • Greets and directs all visitors.
  • Informs customers on course conditions
  • Readies power carts for rental to customers.
  • Maintains a constant presence in the pro shop.
  • Keeps inventory items stocked.
  • Keeps common areas clean and disinfected as per Public Health requirements.
  • Empties trash from power carts, cleans, sanitizes, and readies cart for next users.
  • Monitors flow of on-course golf traffic.
  • Assists in all other related functions to ensure the smooth operation of the course.

Employment Standards

  • Dedication to exceptional customer service.
  • Cleanliness and good grooming habits.
  • Willingness to learn the Point of Sale Terminal and Reservation systems.
  • Basic cash handling skills
  • Excellent communication skills, positive attitude, professional demeanor, easy-going, and a sense of humour.
  • Ability to make every customer feel more welcome at our course than anywhere else.


Restaurant Line Cook

The Line Cook reports directly to the Kitchen Manager and Owners and is responsible for preparing food and providing exceptional customer service.

Working from an established menu, the Line Cook functions as a team member, promptly preparing food orders to be delivered to customers quickly and efficiently by the Food and Beverage staff. All kitchen staff members are responsible for the cleanliness of the kitchen and food storage areas.

This position requires the ability to work early shifts (beginning at 7:30 AM) or late shifts (ending at approximately 9:00 PM) on weekdays as well as weekends. Hours can be dependant upon the weather, as the course may send employees home when weather prevents golf play.

Both full, and part-time positions are available.

Typical Functions

The Line Cook:

  • Functions as a team member, working closely with our front of house staff.
  • Completes food orders on time, keeping wastage to a minimum, while following recipes and presentation specifications.
  • Maintains a clean and safe work environment.
  • Performs other kitchen duties, including special projects, as needed and directed.
  • Performs all duties in compliance with Public Health guidelines

Employment Standards

  • Dedication to exceptional customer service.
  • Cleanliness and good grooming habits.
  • Report to work as scheduled, on time, ready to work.
  • Develop, maintain and enhance positive relations with all customers and team members.
  • Excellent communication skills, positive attitude, professional demeanor, easy-going, and a sense of humour.
  • Ability to make every customer feel more welcome at our course than anywhere else.


Restaurant Prep Cook

The Prep Cook reports directly to the Kitchen Manager, the Line Cook, and Owners and is responsible for assisting in the preparation of food and providing exceptional customer service.

Working under supervision, the Prep Cook functions as a team member, assisting with food orders to be delivered to customers quickly and efficiently by the Food and Beverage staff. All kitchen staff members are responsible for the cleanliness of the kitchen and food storage areas.

This position requires the ability to work early shifts (beginning at 7:30 AM) or late shifts (ending at approximately 9:00 PM) on weekdays as well as weekends. Hours can be dependant upon the weather, as the course may send employees home when weather prevents golf play.

Both full, and part-time positions are available

Typical Functions

The Prep Cook:

  • Functions as a team member, working closely with other kitchen and front of house staff.
  • Prepares and manages prep recipes
  • Provides support in all areas of the kitchen
  • Helps to complete food orders on time, keeping wastage to a minimum, while following recipes and presentation specifications.
  • Maintains a clean and safe work environment.
  • Performs other kitchen duties, including special projects, as needed, and directed.
  • Performs all duties in compliance with Public Health guidelines

Employment Standards

  • Dedication to exceptional customer service.
  • Cleanliness and good grooming habits.
  • Report to work as scheduled, on time, ready to work.
  • Develop, maintain, and enhance positive relations with all customers and team members.
  • Energetic, positive attitude, professional demeanor, easy-going, and a sense of humour and an attention to detail..
  • Ability to make every customer feel more welcome at our course than anywhere else.


Food and Beverage Server

The Food and Beverage Server reports directly to the Kitchen Manager and Owners and is responsible for taking orders from and serving food and beverages to guests, checking on their satisfaction, taking payment for services, and providing exceptional customer service.

The Server will develop knowledge of service techniques, food and beverage product and practices for responsible alcohol service. The Server works with a degree of independence and is responsible for making decisions requiring sound judgement with an overall aim of exceptional customer service.

This position requires the ability to work early shifts (beginning at 7:30 AM) or late shifts (ending at approximately 9:00 PM) on weekdays as well as weekends. Hours can be dependant upon the weather, as the course may send employees home when weather prevents golf play.

Both full, and part-time positions are available.

Typical Functions

The Food and Beverage Server:

  • Functions as a team member, working closely with our kitchen staff.
  • Takes and relays food orders, and prepares beverages.
  • Uses proper serving techniques.
  • Provides food and beverage product knowledge.
  • Practices responsible alcohol service.
  • Checks on guest satisfaction.
  • Maintains a clean and safe facility by vacuuming, cleaning, and sanitizing the food service areas and washrooms, in order to provide an appealing environment for guests and staff.
  • Performs other duties, including special projects, as needed, and directed.
  • Performs all duties in compliance with Public Health guidelines.

Employment Standards

  • Completion of the Sask. Tourism Education Council “Serve It Right” certification program for the Responsible Service of Alcohol. Echo Ridge will provide funding for all training expenses.
  • Dedication to exceptional customer service.
  • Cleanliness and good grooming habits.
  • Report to work as scheduled, on time, ready to work.
  • Develop, maintain, and enhance positive relations with all customers and team members.
  • Excellent communication skills, positive attitude, professional demeanor, easy-going, and a sense of humour.
  • Ability to make every customer feel more welcome at our course than anywhere else.