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Brentwood Country Club | Los Angeles, California
General Manager/COO

About the Club
Founded in 1947, Brentwood Country Club was created by a group of visionaries as a family club. The founding members purchased an existing golf course, which had been operating since 1905. Notably, the founders intended the Club to be predominantly, yet not exclusively, a Jewish club. It has remained true to these principles throughout its history and has established itself as a premier family and neighborhood club primarily drawing almost 80% of its members from the communities of Brentwood, Santa Monica and Pacific Palisades. The Club is open year-round.

Today, Brentwood Country Club is a family-centric Club that offers its 700 members and their families access to a recently renovated 18 hole golf course that includes a driving range, a putting green and a short game area, a full-service golf pro shop and a state of the art Golf Performance Center.  Other amenities include six tennis courts, two pickleball courts, a full-service tennis shop, a 4,000 square foot fitness center and exercise studios, a pool offering poolside dining, and a bocce court. The Spanish-style clubhouse offers an upscale adult gathering spot for drinks and dining in its recently renovated Tavern, an exceptional dining experience for families in its Dining Room (lunch and dinner), as well as more casual lunch and breakfast options in the Brentwood Cafe, currently under renovation.  In addition, the clubhouse has a Grille for casual socializing, two card rooms, a lounge, full-service men’s’ and women’s’ locker rooms with spa treatment rooms and a barber shop.

Brentwood Country Club operates as a 501(c)7 entity and has operated at full capacity for many years. It is located on the west side of Los Angeles and three miles from the beaches along Santa Monica Bay.

About the Position
The General Manager / Chief Operating Officer (“GM/COO”) is responsible for driving all operations in pursuit of excellence at Brentwood Country Club, consistent with the strategic direction and policies established by and with the Board of Directors. The selected candidate will direct and coordinate all management functions of the Club. He or she will assist the Board in development of a long-term strategic plan and align the Club’s operating goals and objectives. This person will establish and implement the annual business plan and corresponding operating and capital budgets and assist the Board in development of a strategic plan and process. The selected candidate will oversee senior management and control of Club operations to attain the agreed upon levels of excellence in membership experiences consistent with desired financial objectives. The GM/COO will coordinate and direct all management functions of the Club and work in concert with Committee Chairs to assist them in the development of policies, programs, and events. The candidate will consult with the President, the Board, and/or be advised by Committee Chairs, as appropriate, on matters of significance. The GM/COO will also monitor the quality and standards of the Club’s programs and services to ensure the highest level of member and guest satisfaction. He or she will ensure an atmosphere and culture of friendliness, service, collegiality, hospitality, and goodwill among all employees. The core responsibilities for the GM/COO are wide-ranging and will focus on providing quality leadership while also acting as custodian of the Club’s history and traditions.

About the Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of six years of progressively increasing responsibility in private club management positions leading to a General Manager/Chief Operating Officer position at a Club of similar scale, amenities and culture. He or she will have a professional career “track record” of achievement and relative employment stability as well as strong financial and business operations experience building and expertly managing budgets and expenses.  The candidate will have an undergraduate degree, with concentration in business and/or hospitality management. Masters is a plus. Professional certifications CCM, CCE, or similar professional development achievements are highly desired.

Apply for This Position
Interested candidates should complete the online candidate profile form and submit a compelling cover letter and resume for consideration to DENEHY Club Thinking Partners at If you have any questions or to recommend a candidate, please contact Kirk Reese at 310.409.8957 or or Karen Alexander at 203.319.8228 or