Join our team.
City Tattersalls Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Employer of Choice.

City Tattersalls Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Employer of Choice.

The Chief Executive Officer is committed to all staff member’s personal and professional development. The skills and attributes you acquire and develop at City Tattersalls Club will be recognised in Australia and internationally.

Why join the City Tattersalls Club?

  • You thrive on challenge
  • You have a passion for delivering excellent service to people
  • You need a role with long-term career potential in the hospitality industry
  • You are enthusiastic and hardworking
  • You enjoy learning professionally and personally
  • You are flexible and enjoy teamwork
  • You enjoy an ever-changing environment in the heart of the CBD

Our key business drivers: Respect, Trust, Integrity, Pride and Honesty

A career with City Tattersalls Club provides opportunities in Customer Service, Finance, Fitness, Food and Beverage, Gaming, Human Resources, Laundry, Maintenance and Marketing

Specialist career programs:
Training and development courses are continually being implemented to ensure that we have the right programs to develop our Staff to meet the needs of the business. Some courses on offer include:

  • Certificate III in Hospitality Operations
  • Certificate IV in Front Line Management
  • Apprenticeships – Obtain a qualification as a Commercial Chef

We invite you to apply by completing the application form below and attach your CV/ resume or send it directly to Careers. Alternatively by post, send your CV to City Tattersalls Club, Human Resources, 194-204 Pitt Street, Sydney, NSW 2000 or by calling Human Resources on 02 9287 6429.

Volunteer Team!

To commemorate the upcoming 125th anniversary of the founding of our fantastic Club, we are publishing  a comprehensive history book.

As part of the project, we are forming a City Tattersalls Club History Research Volunteers Group, made up of Members who are keen to help with preserving the history of the Club.

We have  completed the process of converting the library on Level 2 into a dedicated Research Room for the project, including full connectivity and brand new print/copying/scanning equipment.

Our volunteers will work with the publisher to assist in researching and collating material, and uncovering the hidden gems in our archives in a friendly environment.

Meanwhile, if you would love to help out in another way, we are also looking for volunteers for the new CTC Library Volunteers Group to help organise the books, manage the process of lending and returns, and look after with new book requests.

So, if you have a few hours a week to spare, and a love of history and our Club, please email us at to express your interest and find out more!