Don't waste your time nobody will ever actually make contact with you.
Applicant (Former Employee) – Florida – October 16, 2018
Just my opinion. This company has a huge communication problem. People seem to be too busy to call you on the telephone or call you back. There never is a straight answer and someone is always passing the buck. I can only speak from my experience in Englewood Florida and dealing with top administrators. Imagine if this company treats applicants this way, what do you think their customer service is like when you need a boat. Just my opinion of what I have been through. Nightmare. Go elsewhere.
Front Desk Customer Service, & Boat Jockey (Former Employee) – Palmetto, FL – August 2, 2018
It is a job the attracts a lot of sunlight so bring sun screen, it has good perks like becoming a member for a low cost and having access to the boats also you work on the water with boats beautiful environments but the pay isn't the greatest
Dockmaster (Former Employee) – Venice, FL – March 28, 2018
I enjoyed working with Freedom Boat Club in Venice because of the satisfaction and compliments I received from the members on a daily basis. It was nice to hear that the members were inquiring about me on my days off. I also enjoyed the positive feedback from the members about my service.
Dock Master (Current Employee) – Port Jefferson, NY – March 20, 2018
Freedom boat club is a relaxed work atmosphere and i looked forward to working there every day. The growth and appreciation i received is great. It enabled me how to deal with customers and how to enjoy the job i have.
Customer service (Current Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – February 13, 2018
Loved the job from beginning to end. Overall was a great experience for me, the clients are very welcoming and as well as the company. Job is fitted for students or retirees, there is minimal room for advancement as well as no benefits.
Fun place to work gained lots of boating experience.
Class Fieldwork (Former Employee) – Riviera Beach, FL – September 24, 2015
Typical day started at 8:00 am, I began my ritual of driving boats to the fuel dock where I fueled each boat to the top. As a Boat handler, I made sure boats were clean, fueled and working properly. Each boat had a checklist that was cleared before a boat was to leave the marina, in which i made sure all safety gear was accessible. This often was difficult as the club had 65 vessels ranging from 17-60 feet. I learned how to operate each vessel, as well taught orientations whenever the captains were short handed. The people were great to work with and it was always a great day to work at New Port Cove Marina. Mostly, gaining experience with boats was the ultimate success, I know have a better understanding for boat mechanics and how to operate vessels on the water. The hardest part of the job was the constant repairs that each boat needed, being clever and thinking outside the box allowed me to quickly fix problems and get the customer out on the water.
General Manager & Membership Executive (Former Employee) – Catawba, Sandusky and Rocky River, OH – September 24, 2015
No two days are alike at Freedom Boat Club. The hardest part of the job was wearing all the different hats in the company at the same time. The most enjoyable part of the job was training employees and new boaters how to safely operate and care for boats. I learned how to operate a Boat Club with growing fleet of 14 boats and 120 members. I was part of the management team and enjoyed making adjustments to the operations which improved the efficiency of the company.