As a major employer in the local area, The SS&A provides an exciting atmosphere for the patrons and our employees. At The SS&A, you’ll be sure to build great friendships and further your career.

SS&A looks for people who are committed to working in a team. This means reliability, good presentation and pride in your work, plus a fundamental willingness to fit in with the SS&A work culture.


To apply for a position with The SS&A, the attached Application Form must be completed, and returned to the venue with the following support documents:

·         Current resume;

·         Copy of NSW Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Competency Card;

·         Copy of NSW Responsible Conduct of Gaming (RCG) Competency Card;

·         Copy of Basic Food Hygiene Certificate (Catering applications);

Note: All Front of House, Food, Beverage and Gaming positions require current NSW RSA & RCG.  If you do not hold a current NSW RSA/RCG your application will not be considered.

All back of house staff requires a current Basic Food Hygiene certificate. If you do not hold a current Basic Food Hygiene certificate your application will not be considered.

Back of House positions in Facilities, Kitchen and Laundry do not required RCG, however, some positions may require RSA.

We receive numerous applications for employment each week, and accordingly, we are unable to respond to all applicants; only those required for an interview will be contacted.

Your application will remain confidential & will be kept on file for a period of three months.

Current Opportunities


Customer Service Attendant

If you have the skills and passion to give customers an exceptional experience every time, then we want to hear from you!


Responsibilities Include:

  • Welcoming all patrons in a friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • Attending to members and guests with maximum efficiency and minimum waste
  • Providing prompt and personalised service to gaming machine patrons
  • Demonstrating confident Barista skills and service
  • Promoting Club events, raffles and members draws to guests
  • General cleaning duties
  • Reception duties, including club entry requirements and ID checks

To be considered you must have:

  • Full availability, including weekends and public holidays
  • Flexibility for early starts and late finishes
  • Exceptional personal presentation and communication skills
  • A can-do attitude
  • The ability to be on your feet 100% of your shift
  • Current RSA & RCG competency

What’s in it for you:

  • A supportive work environment
  • Full uniform supplied
  • Staff discounts and benefits
  • Wellbeing program including EAP

To apply for this casual position, please send your resume, cover letter and SS&A employment application form (available from our website) to careers@ssaclub.com.au

(Story and Image: Courtesy of the Border Mail)

HELPING HAND: SS&A human resources officer Pip Flegeltaub showcases the Sonder app which is set to provide wellbeing support to staff. Picture: MARK JESSER
 SS&A chief executive Gerard Darmody said the partnership came about as the club was looking for innovative ways to assist their employees during this challenging time.
“We recognised that we needed to provide our staff with an innovative and holistic system, not just another employee assistance program or phone number on a pamphlet that they may never call,” he said “While the local Albury-Wodonga community is the soul of the SS&A, it’s our team that is the heart.
“They have worked tirelessly throughout lockdowns and border closures to support our patrons and keep them safe, but like everyone else, it hasn’t always been easy.”

Sonder is already partnered with the likes of the Woolworths Group, Commonwealth Bank and Youth off the Streets, however, the SS&A is said to be one of the first clubs to jump on board with the initiative.
“This is the first club partnership for Sonder, and we’re already seeing great value for the club and holistic centred support for their staff,” Sonders’ head of government and education Rodney Davis said.
While Albury is currently in the midst of their second lockdown, it’s the seventh time that Wodonga businesses have had to adapt.