Langley’s Redwoods Golf Course invites enthusiastic, engaging job-seekers to join the team. Bring your resume and come learn about full-time and part-time positions to suit just about every interest at their hiring Fair, March 30 and April 1.

Langley’s Redwoods Golf Course invites enthusiastic, engaging job-seekers to join the team. Bring your resume and come learn about full-time and part-time positions to suit just about every interest at their hiring Fair, March 30 and April 1.

Tee up for the ultimate summer job: Join Team Woods!

After a seemingly endless winter, spring arrived last week with sunny days and record temperatures, and local golfers couldn’t be happier.

With greens and fairways ready to host players – and restaurant and patio welcoming everyone! – Langley’s Redwoods Golf Course invites enthusiastic, engaging job-seekers to join the team.

Come learn about full-time and part-time positions to suit just about every interest at The Redwoods Hiring Fair, March 30 and April 1.

Why Team Redwoods?

Located in North Langley, just off of Highway 1 and minutes from Golden Ears Bridge, Redwoods isn’t your typical golf course. It’s a go-to destination for neighbours looking for a nice meal or quiet morning business meeting and a premier wedding venue, notes Jenna White, Marketing and Sales Coordinator.

It’s also Langley’s choice for charity golf events. In fact, last year Redwoods helped raise more than $1.4 million for B.C. charities!

“Whether they’re golfing, relaxing on the patio or attending a wedding, our guests are all happy to be here,” Jenna says. “Every day is different for our team, and with so many departments working together, we have a lot of fun.”

Enjoy complimentary use of the driving range, plus restaurant and golf shop discounts, and if you love golf, you can tee up for free all summer long, with a nominal donation to the Redwoods Charity of the Year fund!

What inspires you?

Available positions run the gamut from golf shop attendants and course maintenance workers to an administration assistant, food and beverage staff and event set-up crew.

While each has unique qualifications, previous experience isn’t as important as your enthusiasm and outstanding customer service skills: you’re a people-pleaser, think on your feet, and always work with a smile, Jenna says.

Communication is key and your written and verbal skills should reflect that. With so many departments intersecting each day, you’ll thrive in a team environment and whether you’re on early mornings or nights, you’ll be where you need to be, when you need to be there and ready to do a fantastic job!

See you at the fair!

The Redwoods Hiring Fair runs March 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and April 1 from 4 to 7 p.m. Bring your resume, dress to impress and check in with Jenna, who’ll direct you to the department that most suits you. Be prepared for a brief, casual interview where you can share what makes you an awesome fit for Redwoods!

If you can’t attend the fair, but want to join the team, email Jenna your cover letter and resume by April 15, including the position you feel best suited to in the subject line. All resumes will be considered but those attending the fair will have priority. Learn more about Redwoods Golf Course at redwoods-golf.com and stay up to date with the latest news on Facebook.

 

Spring has arrived and so has golf season at Langley’s Redwoods Golf Course!

Spring has arrived and so has golf season at Langley’s Redwoods Golf Course!

Visit the Redwoods hiring fair to learn about openings in all areas of course operation, from golf shop attendants and course maintenance workers to food and beverage staff and event set-up crew.

Visit the Redwoods hiring fair to learn about openings in all areas of course operation, from golf shop attendants and course maintenance workers to food and beverage staff and event set-up crew.

Tee up for the ultimate summer job: Join Team Woods!

Just Posted

Mark Chandler, outside of his extradition hearing at the Vancouver Supreme Court. (Langley Advance Times files)
Langley condo builder’s fraud sentencing in U.S. delayed due to COVID-19

Mark Chandler’s own lawyer contracted COVID-19 in December

People have noticed pine siskins dying in the area, part of a trend of larger numbers of the finch flocking to the area about every five years. The larger numbers result in crowding and increased spread of salmonella. (Wikipedia photo)
Langley birdwatchers seeing dead finch species in higher numbers

Pine siskins are in the area in larger numbers. They are prone to salmonella which is fatal for them

Electric charging stations, like this one outside the new North Delta Centre for the Arts, might be seeing more commercial delivery vehicles using them soon, if a provincial rebate program takes off. (James Smith photo/Special to Black Press Media)
Restaurants to get big rebates for electric delivery vehicles

The project boosts the rebates for electric commercial and industrial vehicles in B.C.

The CubicFarm System moves rows of leafy greens through a system calibrated to grow the perfect crop. (cubicfarms.com)
Veritcal farm company based in Pitt Meadows, Langley raises millions

The company has raised more than $15 million from investors

Langley Thunder (Black Press Media files)
Langley Thunder trades for Maple Ridge’s Cody Malawsky

BC Junior A Lacrosse League draft was held remotely on Thursday, Jan. 14

Health Minister Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry head for the press theatre at the B.C. legislature for an update on COVID-19, Jan. 7, 2021. (B.C. government)
B.C.’s COVID-19 spread steady with 509 new cases Friday

Hospitalized and critical care cases decline, nine deaths

Cannabis bought in British Columbia (Ashley Wadhwani/Black Press Media)
Is it time to start thinking about greener ways to package cannabis?

Packaging suppliers are still figuring eco-friendly and affordable packaging options that fit the mandates of Cannabis Regulations

Seasonal influenza vaccine is administered starting each fall in B.C. and around the world. (Langley Advance Times)
After 30,000 tests, influenza virually nowhere to be found in B.C.

COVID-19 precautions have eliminated seasonal infection

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau listens to a question during a news conference outside Rideau cottage in Ottawa, Friday, January 8, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Trudeau says Canada’s COVID vaccine plan on track despite Pfizer cutting back deliveries

Canadian officials say country will still likely receive four million doses by the end of March

Jobs Minister Ravi Kahlon shared a handwritten note his son received on Jan. 13, 2021. (Ravi Kahlon/Twitter)
Proud dad moment: B.C. minister’s son, 10, receives handwritten note for act of kindness

North Delta MLA took to Twitter to share a letter his son received from a new kid at school

Lilly and Poppy, two cats owned by Kalmar Cat Hotel ownder Donna Goodenough, both have cerebellAr hypoplasia, a genetic neurological condition that affects their ability to control their muscles and bones. Photo by Alistair Taylor – Campbell River Mirror
VIDEO: Wobbly Cats a riot of flailing legs and paws but bundles of love and joy to their owner

Woman urges others to not fear adopting cats with disabilities

Chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam provides an update on the COVID-19 pandemic in Ottawa on Friday, Jan. 8, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Canada’s top doctor says to avoid non-essential travel as B.C. explores legal options

Premier John Horgan says he is seeking legal advice on whether it can limit interprovincial travel

The Delta Hospice Society operates the Harold & Veronica Savage Centre for Supportive Care (pictured) and the Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner. (The Canadian Press photo)
Fraser Health to evict Delta Hospice Society, open new hospice beds next door

Health authority will serve DHS 30 days’ notice when service agreement expires Feb. 25

Martin Luther King Jr. addresses the crowd during the march on Washington, D.C., in August of 1963. Courtesy photo
Government reinforces importance of anti-racism act on Black Shirt Day

B.C. Ministers say education “a powerful tool” in the fight for equity and equality

Most Read