Communications Coordinator

Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club

About the Club:

Part of the Boca Raton landscape for over 50 years, Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club is an oasis in downtown Boca, nestled along the Intracoastal Waterway and Capone Island.

Founded in 1959, the land that became Royal Palm was owned by Arthur Vining Davis. Mr. Davis wanted to sell some of his estimated 100,000 acres in Florida, and the land that he chose for the community was a premium location with boundaries of the Boca Hotel and Club, the Intracoastal Waterway, the Hillsboro River and Federal Highway. At the time, the 450 acre parcel was home of a nationally renowned polo field and was a major focal point of Palm Beach society.

The architectural and building specifications for the subdivision were so stringent (white roofs, underground utilities and lots much larger than comparable communities), the builders protested that they would not be able to sell homes. This turned out not to be a problem - the most expensive lots sold out first!

At the same time houses were being built, Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club was organized, with a condition for membership being that one must own a lot or home in the subdivision. The homes and Club set the pace for Boca Raton.

Much has changed since 1959, and Royal Palm’s Membership is a large part of what makes the Club so special. Lifelong friendships have been formed and generations of members have enjoyed the Club with the backdrop of a timelessly elegant tradition. Since its founding, Royal Palm has been a gathering ground for South Florida’s high society and community, philanthropic and social leaders of all types.

Position Details

Communications Coordinator
South Florida
Boca Raton, FL


The Communications Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Communications Manager with creating and implementing a strategic, multi-faceted communications program designed to build and strengthen the Club's brand as a leader in the Private Club industry.


  • Assist in the development of a strategic communications plan to support the Club's mission, goals and objectives and to create a visual brand standard that reinforces these initiatives. 
  • Build and foster collaborative relationships with other departments within the organization to stay informed or new initiatives, products and services. 
  • Assists with the design, writing, editing, proofreading and production of guides, brochures, presentations, power point presentations, calendars, invitations, signage, etc. 
  • Assist in communications for the Club, General Manager, Board, committees, club events, catering, interest groups, boaters in and out of the Marina, and clubs within the Club such as WGA, Women's Club, Men's Club, Croquet, Kids Club, Entertainment, Golf, etc. 
  • Maintain in-house archives. 
  • Be proactive and effective in creating best practices to facilitate all Club communications. 
  • Maintain the Club website content with daily, weekly and monthly updates and web blasts. 
  • Manage the Club in the development of future releases, population of website data and Club activity updates. 
  • Maintain and update the Club's informational databases (MembersFirst, Mailing Lists, Committee Lists, etc). 
  • Answer telephones, take reservations and messages, greet members and guests, as needed. 
  • Assist with the preparation of the Board of Governors and Annual meetings, prepare agendas, board books, information, mailings, minutes, supplies, name tags, proper room set up. 
  • Timely coordination of items for outgoing and incoming Commodore and Board of Governors, Annual Meeting, Special Meetings and any By-law or policy changes. 
  • Produce reports for the General Manager as needed. 
  • Performs miscellaneous clerical duties as needed. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • Advanced skills in Power Point including use of color palates, master slides, animation, imported elements and template creations 
  • Advanced skills in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Word and Excel 
  • Experience with Database Management Software, Members First 
  • Excellent creative writing, project management and communication skills 
  • Apple/Mac proficient 
  • Highly organized and a skilled multi-tasker 
  • Exceptionally detail oriented 
  • Ability to understand, interpret and write about Club industry information

Minimum Education Level:

  • High School Diploma / GED Degree or certification in Graphic Design, Web Design or Computer Science preferred


  • Minimum of 3 years professional work experience in an Administrative role with website experience 
  • Proven experience communicating in Clubs, Resorts, Hotels, or other hospitality arenas

Excellent benefits package including health insurance, sick, vacation and holiday pay, 401K Plan with generous match.

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