- 28Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 85Assistant Superintendent
- 262nd Assistant Superintendent
- 3Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 23Equipment/Shop Manager
- 27Turf Equipment Technician
- 9Assistant Equipment Technician
- 9Spray Technician
- 18Irrigation Technician
- 2Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 2General Manager
- 2Sports Turf Manager
- 4Landscape Manager
- 2Lawn Care Technician
- 6Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 1Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Crew Foreman
- 9Grounds Staff
- 125Summer Intern
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 5Sales Representative
- 4Operations Manager
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 1Sports Turf Technician
By Warwick Country Club, - Warwick, Rhode Island
Warwick Country Club is a 1924 Donald Ross design located on Warwick Neck with beautiful views of Narragansett Bay. The 2nd Assistant will work closely with Superintendent and Assistant to further the goals of the membership to promote firm and fast conditions daily. Plans to replace irrigation system and maintenance facility are being implemented.
- $38k-$44k DOE
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By City of Rushville, - RUSHVILLE, Illinois
Job Overview: Responsible for operation of the golf course operation and maintenance. The responsibilities include: turf grass/plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, personnel management, budget/forecasting, financial management, member relations, scheduling/maintenance of irrigation systems, pesticide applications, related recordings, and compliance of regulatory issues. The Golf Course Superintendent works to create an environment where staff is involved and enthusiastic, with open communications and respect for themselves, members, guests and the property. Basic Functions: Responsible for all phases of Golf Maintenance operations, cost control, and personnel. Works closely with, advises, and coordinates with the Golf Course Committee on any issues related to golf course maintenance and to operate the golf course in a fiscally responsible and professional manner. Attend park board meetings and if not attending, provide a report to the board concerning the status of the golf course. Directs and participates in the construction and maintenance of the grounds. Designs landscape plans for facility grounds and implements the plan. Administers and enforces all Club rules, regulations and policies for staff. Must be able to work independently and be a self-starting problem solver. Primary Duties: Oversees the care and maintenance of the turf, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees and wetlands on the facility grounds. Directs and assists the staff on the planting of new vegetation, the replacement, spraying, pruning and trimming of trees and shrubs, the preparation of soil plant beds for aesthetically pleasing arrangements and tending to high stress areas. These areas include: Golf course Pond areas and bridges Walking paths throughout park Assist with other park areas (pool, playground, etc.) as needed. Recruits, supervises and retains maintenance staff. Conducts employee performance evaluations and exercises disciplinary action. Provides technical, operational and safety training for employees to ensure that staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state and federal guidelines for safe working conditions. Oversees subordinates in proper and safe operation and maintenance of mechanical and power equipment. Plans and budgets for additional or replacement capital equipment. Supervises and participates in the application and recording of chemical applications (fertilizers and pesticides) on the Club's grounds in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. Supervises and controls all maintenance expenses associated with Golf Course Operations, including payroll, supplies, chemicals and fertilizers, fuel budget and gas card. Develops annual operating budget and plans for maintenance and capital improvement projects. Maintains records and completes required reporting. Order parts, supplies and equipment as needed. Schedules maintenance practices around member play and outings to maximize efficiency and minimize disruption to members. Coordinates snow removal and winter maintenance activities when necessary. Knowledge & Skills Required: Knowledge of management and maintenance of greens, fairways and roughs. Knowledge of use and operating standards of equipment and tools used in golf course construction and maintenance work. Skill in recruiting, supervising, training, monitoring, evaluating and motivating personnel. Interpersonal skill to resolve conflict and work with supervisors, officials, employees, members and the general public. Knowledge of safe use, mixing and application of chemicals and commercial products. Knowledge of the game of golf, golf rules and methods of play. Ability to anticipate personnel, equipment, and material requirements related to golf course maintenance and repair assignments. Ability and knowledge to lay out irrigation patterns, drainage patterns, construct tees and/or greens. Minimum Qualifications: 3-5 years’ experience as a Golf Superintendent or 1st Assistant 2-year Degree or Certificate in Turf Management (or related field, like agronomy, horticulture, plant science, soil science). Valid Driver's License Pesticide Application License
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By Royal Golf Association, - Royal City, Washington
This listing is for a full time Golf course manager for a nine hole golf course. Located in center of Washington State, Royal City gets 8 inches of average annual rainfall and has 300 sunny days per year. This is a hands on position. Position is required to do basic turf grass management tasks such as mowing, irrigation and repair, and equipment repair etc. Most of the course maintenance decisions will be made and carried out by this position.
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By Castle Pines Golf Club, - Castle Rock, Colorado
Castle Pines Golf Club is an 18 hole, private, Jack Nicklaus Signature Design. Host of The International on the PGA tour from 1986 to 2006, Castle Pines Golf Club had the distinction of being one of two PGA tour events to use a modified Stableford scoring system. The course is situated along the majestic front range of the Rocky Mountains amongst towering ponderosa pines. Castle Pines Golf Club has been consistently ranked in Golf Digests Top 50 US Greatest Golf courses since the late 1980's. Student interns will be exposed to all aspects of golf course management including but not limited to: equipment operation, chemical and dry fertilizer applications, daily golf course set up, reclaimed irrigation management, record keeping, and staff management. As part of the golf maintenance team, student interns will work alongside the Golf Course Superintendent and the Assistant Golf Course Superintendents. The internship will be catered to each individual’s personal and professional goals. Student interns will have the ability to experience the management of a new Toro irrigation system and Watertronics pump station. Pond and creek renovation projects are scheduled for the fall of 2019 into spring of 2020, as well as the building of a new putting course and amphitheater. Along with these projects, students will be able to participate in irrigation installations of HDPE pipe and the management of a newly seeded USGA green. Multiple golf course improvement projects are scheduled in the next few years beyond 2020. Numerous student interns from previous years have gone on to become Crew Leaders at Castle Pines Golf Club with the ambition to move toward an assistants position. Successful interns will have an option to stay on staff longer and live in housing to help establish themselves in Colorado area.
- $15-16/Hour + Free Housing
- 658 views
By The Peninsula Golf & Country Club, - San Mateo, California
PENINSULA GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB. 18-hole Donald Ross designed private club in San Mateo, just south of San Francisco. Course restoration completed under the direction of Ron Forse. New golf course maintenance center completed in 2016. There are several course and infrastructure projects in motion including the development of a reverse osmosis treatment system, well development, tee rebuilds, tree removal, native area establishment and continued Ross course restoration efforts. Candidate will direct and participate in all matters related to golf course management under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent. Position will require periodic OT and weekend supervision of staff as scheduled.
- $63,000 - $65,000/annually
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By Galloway National Golf Club, - Galloway, New Jersey
Galloway National Golf Club is a private 18-hole championship golf course. We are located in Galloway, New Jersey 10 minutes outside Atlantic City. Architect Tom Fazio crafted Galloway National's 7000 yards out of heavily wooded bayside property. The golf course consists of Creeping Bentgrass playing surfaces with USGA spec greens. Galloway National is currently ranked 32nd according to Golf Week's best modern courses. This upcoming season we will be hosting the Philadelphia Open as apart the PGA section of Philadelphia. As an intern you will have the opportunity to interact with the assistants and superintendent on a daily basis. You will be encouraged to ask any questions and will be exposed to our decision making process. We look to bring out the strengths and improve on any weaknesses in our interns while preparing them for a successful future in the turf industry. We have just completed a 5 year in house greens resurfacing project and have now begun in house tee complex renovations. In this process, interns will be involved with adjusting and adding new irrigation along with using transits to properly construct and grade new tees. Interns will be directly involved with Fertilizer/pesticide calibration, application, and record keeping Cultural practices (mowing, grooming, verticutting, topdressing, aerifying, etc.) Water management responsibilities through use of moisture meters Small crew management
- $12-$14/hour plus overtime
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By Del Paso Country Club, - Sacramento, California
History: Del Paso Country Club was established in 1916 in Sacramento, California. The Club has hosted 5 USGA national championships, most recently the 2015 US Senior Open. Del Paso is known as having some of the finest playing conditions in Northern California. The course was designed by world renowned architect Kyle Phillips. The golf course has A1/A4 Creeping Bentgrass greens and cool season Perennial Ryegrass on sand capped fairways. SUMMARY: The Assistant Superintendent reports directly to the golf course superintendent. Under the superintendent’s supervision, the assistant superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course tees, greens, fairways, and cart paths; supervises the maintenance and repair of motorized and other mechanical equipment; and does related work as required. The assistant superintendent may serve in the superintendent’s capacity during his/her absence. REQUIREMENTS: 2 years turf grass management experience Minimum 2 year turf grass certificate Valid Pesticide Application License or ability to obtain CA License once employed Bachelor’s degree preferred Salary and Benefits: Depending on experience, serious candidates may start at $60,000. There are opportunities for health insurance, 401k, paid vacation, sick time, golfing privileges. Relocation is negotiable. All resumes and cover letters are to be sent to our Human Resources Manager at email@example.com
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By Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, - Southampton, New York
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club Intern Open for play 6 months a year, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club is a private 18-hole golf course located 80 miles east of New York City. Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, founded in 1891, is one of the oldest golf clubs in the United States, and one of the five founding clubs in the USGA. The present course was designed in 1931 by William S. Flynn. Shinnecock Hills Golf Club has hosted 5 US Opens, (the only club to do so in three different centuries) 1 US Women's Amateur, 1 US Senior Amateur, the 1977 Walker Cup Matches and will host the 2026 United States Open Championship. Presently ranked 4th in Golf Digest's Top 100, Shinnecock Hills Golf Club is one of the premier facilities in the country based upon its timeless design, history, and exclusivity. Working with the golf course superintendent and assistant superintendent, the intern will perform routine manual labor involved in all facets of golf course maintenance; do semi-skilled grounds construction and maintenance work; operate small hand-powered equipment; and occasionally perform work involving large equipment such as tractors, loaders and other mowers. We only accept two interns a year so you are not lost in the mix and there is one spot remaining for the 2020 season.
- $15.00 / hour + Overtime
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By Milwaukee Country Club, - River Hills, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Country Club is currently seeking Golf Course Management Interns for the 2020 golf season. Established in 1894, Milwaukee Country Club is Wisconsin’s oldest golf club and one of the oldest clubs in the Midwest. Originally located on Milwaukee’s East Side, the Country Club moved north to its present site in 1911.After several redesigns, the present golf course was officially opened on July 4, 1929. The course was designed by famed architects Harry S. Colt and Charles H. Alison. In 2005, noted golf course architect Tom Doak of Renaissance Golf Design, Inc. agreed to develop a long-range plan for the club. Many of Mr. Doak’s recommended changes have been incorporated in today’s course. The club’s long-range plan will serve to confirm, preserve and restore the traditional Colt and Alison heritage which makes Milwaukee Country Club’s course a truly distinguished venue for the game we all love. The club has hosted several national events which include: 1903 Western Open, 1969 Walker Cup Matches, 1988 U.S. Senior Amateur, and 2008 U.S. Mid Amateur. In 2020, the club will host the Wisconsin State Amateur Championship. Beginning in the summer of 2020, the club will continue the restoration of the golf course to the original Colt and Alison design. The project will include tee and fairway redesign, bunker conversion to The Better Billy Bunker system, drainage installation, and rough renovation. Duties: A Golf Course Management Intern will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent in all aspects of golf course management. Course Setup Irrigation Repair Water management which focuses on hand watering green surfaces and surrounds Fertilizer and Plant protectant applications Proper calibration of sprayers and fertilization equipment Crew management Equipment Operation Tournament Preparation Small golf course improvement projects as well as exposure to renovation project And much more!
- $13 to $15/Hour DOE
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By Piper's Landing Yacht & Country Club, - Palm City, Florida
Piper's Landing Yacht & Country Club is seeking a motivated and career driven individual with a passion for the golf course industry. Our club is currently planning multiple capitol projects for the summer of 2020, 2021 and 2022 that will provide great learning experiences for the candidate. Must be able to work 40-50 hours per week and have the ability to work a flexible work schedule year round. The individual will work closely with the Lead Assistant and Superintendent in all aspects of the GCM operation year round. Piper's Landing offers great healthcare benefits after 90 days, 2 weeks paid vacation annually after your first year and 401k options after your first year as well. Complete head to toe uniform package is provided along with all local, state and national organization dues paid for annually. This a great position at a thriving club in South Florida for someone committed to becoming a Golf Course Superintendent.
- 40K - 42K
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By The Oasis at Death Valley, - Death Valley, California
Overview of the property: The Oasis at Death Valley is nestled in a lush oasis surrounded by the vast and arid desert of Death Valley National Park, California – just 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas and 275 miles northeast of Los Angeles. The Furnace Creek Golf Course at Death Valley offers great California desert resort golf, a unique golf vacation and an ideal winter getaway. At 214 feet below sea level, this 18-hole, par 70 course is also the world’s lowest elevation golf course. Palm and tamarisk trees frame the fairways and majestic mountains are visible from all areas of the course. The Grounds Superintendent is responsible for all aspects of The Oasis at Death Valley’s grounds and landscaping. This includes, but is not limited to, parking lots, ponds, fountains, lawn areas, shrubbery, fruit and palm groves, and flower beds/garden areas. All areas are to be kept in a safe and manicured condition. Essential Responsibilities: Working with the Director of Golf and Grounds to ensure that all requests for typical grounds maintenance needs are met: i.e., indoor plants, grounds upkeep, produce production and fall planting. Responsible for formulating a written plan for the property to assure an ongoing program for the planting and maintenance of bushes, shrubs, flowers, trees, and grassed areas. Responsible for assuring an ongoing written preventive maintenance program for grounds is in place. This should be reviewed on a quarterly basis. A log is to be kept and will be used to evaluate all plantings, future goals, and to assist in proper budgeting as an ongoing system. Responsible for overall plant health and aesthetics; knowledge of irrigation systems, fertilization, including scheduling and programming central control units for landscaping areas. Responsible for the scheduling of completion of the following: Seasonal purchasing and planting, inventory and forecasting of plant material due to seasonal differences to the surrounding areas. General grounds maintenance including but not limited to: pond maintenance, mowing, pruning, debris clean up, hand watering, pesticide and fertilizer applications Holiday decorations Outside contractor services Any other landscaping duties as assigned Familiar with palm trees and fruit production, including Dates, as well as desert landscaping. Responsible for training all grounds personnel in safety techniques for handling equipment or chemicals, assuring that only qualified personnel are allowed the usage of such. Strict enforcement of all CAL OSHA and Hazardous Materials Regulations is required. Responsible for assuring that the entire department personnel is dressed appropriately and understand the need for friendly guest interaction. Assist in the hiring and firing of all department personnel under company policy guidelines. Responsible for assuring the proper procedures are followed and in place. Responsible for performing all duties while operating the proper tools and equipment in a safe and productive manner, according to information provided by the manufacturer. Continuously check and inspect all equipment and work areas for safety hazards, reporting any and all such hazards immediately. All other duties as assigned.
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By Bully Pulpit GC/TRMF, - Medora, North Dakota
This is a full-time, year round position that will ask the employee to learn and lead on a daily basis. Our assistant will support the maintenance plan and assist in training and supervising our seasonal crew, as well as participate in all aspects of turf maintenance (calibration, application, cultural duties such as topdressing, etc) to maintain a high level of turf without sacrificing playability to our customers. Duties include but are not limited to: - Course set up (oversee and participate with staff) - Safety program planning, development, and administration - Accurate and thorough record keeping and application of fertility and pesticides - Help in solving and repairing irrigation breaks/problems - Assist with Project planning, development, and implementation for improvements Course Overview: Bully Pulpit is a nationally acclaimed 18-hole, par 72 daily fee golf course designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan. We are located on the I-94 corridor in the Scenic and historic Badlands of North Dakota along the Little Missouri River, just 3 miles south of Historic Medora, ND. The golf course measures 7,166 yards from the Championship tees, but has 4 other sets to choose from. Greens are grassed with Seaside II creeping bentgrass, and the tees, fairways, and roughs are mixture of Kentucky Blues and Fine Fescues. Modern fleet of Toro and John Deere equipment, Rainbird Nimbus II central decoder irrigation system. A highlight project for the upcoming future offers a property remodel to mitigate flooding that has become consistent since construction. We will be developing some brand new holes while remodeling some others. Much of the work is possibly going to be performed in house, or will at least have our team assisting with the execution. Sections of the project that could be on our team range from irrigation and drainage installation, to some final grading and seeding or sodding locations. This project should take place over the scope of spring 2020, fall 2020, and completion of this to be spring of 2021. This is an exciting project for anyone who has never been able to go through a construction/remodeled development! The Bully Pulpit Maintenance team is routinely working to improve the property through renovations and additions. Experience gained will feature tee and bunker renovation, construction, or removal; irrigation installation and renovation; drainage work; as well as numerous landscaping features. The Assistant Superintendent will be asked to participate in the design and execution of these projects. We take pride in providing the highest quality playing conditions on a daily basis. This is an excellent opportunity for you to learn and grow, as an individual and as a professional turfgrass manager. Our facility has a typical golf season of April 10 to October 25. During this short season, we will see approximately 17,500 rounds, with the majority of play in the months of July, August, and September. Medora is the number 1 tourist destination in North Dakota, and our Golf Course is a centerpiece for visitation to the community and region.
- $37-44,000 annually based on hourly rate
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By Charles River Country Club, - Newton, Massachusetts
Charles River Country Club is a Donald Ross designed 18 hole championship golf course located 5 miles west of Boston. The club hosted qualifying rounds for the 2013 United States Amateur Championship as well as the Massachusetts Open, Massachusetts Amateur Championship, and New England Amateur Championship. Canidate must have a desire to learn, attention to detail, and willing to work long hours during the golf season The goal of our internship program at the Charles River Country Club is to provide you with the necessary knowledge and tools to advance your turf management career. Canidate will take part in: - Course Set - Water Management - Mowing - Calibration of Sprayers and Spreaders - Application of Chemicals and Fertilzers - Irrigation Maintenance and Repair - Record Keeping - Operation of Equipment - Opportunity to Lead Small Crews
- $17-20/hr plus overtime
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By Founders Group International, - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Founders Club in Pawleys Island, SC is looking for an assistant superintendent. Founders Club is a Tom Walker designed resort golf course featuring 30 acres of waste sand and 60 acres of turf. The greens are Emerald bermudagrass, the rest of the course is Tifton 419 and meyer zoysia.
- 38,000 +/- DOE
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By The Country Club of York, - York, Pennsylvania
The Country Club of York is looking for Interns for the 2020 season. This position will give the student all the exposure they will need to become a successful assistant superintendent and ultimately to become a Golf Course Superintendent. The intern will report directly to the Green and Grounds Superintendent and Assistant Golf Course Superintendents. This person will aid in the direction and participation in maintaining the golf course greens, tees, fairways, and surrounding property. The intern will be exposed to golf course construction processes that go into executing the master plan developed by Andrew Green and will give the intern a great opportunity to build his or her resume. In the spring of 2020 we will be completing a total overhaul of our driving range. Included in this project is the reshaping of the tee, sodding with warm season grasses adding several hitting stations, brand new target greens along with the installation of a complete irrigation system.
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By The Country Club of York, - York, Pennsylvania
The Country Club of York is looking for a Lead Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. The lead assistant reports directly to the Green and Grounds Superintendent and aids in the direction and participation in the maintenance of the golf course and surrounding property. CCY is private golf club in York, PA, established in 1899. The golf course was designed by world renowned architect Donald Ross in 1926. The club has hosted the 1999 U.S. Junior Amateur and is inquiring about another USGA event in the future. Over the last six years, in conjunction with a strong membership and a dynamic leader-ship team, the course has excelled through constructive change in addition to welcoming the best of the Pennsylvania Golf Association and the Golf Association of Philadelphia. The Club is also in the process of completing a master plan developed by architect Andrew Green. This plan involves completing at least one major project every fall and this years project will be focused on our second green complex. We will be expanding the green back to Donald Ross's original design with a total irrigation design, bunker reconstruction and fairway expansion. These projects will be completed by McDonald and Son's along with our agronomy team assisting in some capacity. We will also be completing a major overhaul of our driving range tee and target greens this upcoming Spring. This will complete Andrew Greens and the memberships vision of the practice facility which will be comprised of a short game practice area and a wedge range which was completed in 2015. Job Description: The Lead Assistant needs to be a self-starter with a good work ethic and stable work history. Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, tees and fairways. Develops and schedules the daily assignments and leads the crew in performing these tasks and the use of the equipment. Keeps records of all daily job assignments. Responsible for hiring and training of staff. Instructs greens staff on the operation and care of mowing and other equipment Must be proficient in calibration of spreaders and sprayers and responsible for proper application practices and record keeping. Supervises pesticide and fertilizer applications and/or operates and calibrates pesticide application equipment Ensures cleanliness and workmanship of pesticide equipment, proper record keeping and training of Interns. Attends all green committee meetings Assumes role of Superintendent in his absence
- $50,000- $60,000 DOE
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By Bentley University, - Waltham, Massachusetts
Bentley University Job Description Summary Responsible for the management of all campus grounds and transportation maintenance programs. This position provides the university with a qualified expert in horticultural grounds practices. Bentley will benefit from the ascertained levels of excellence and management of all landscape assets. Essential Duties Plans, develops, prioritizes and manages efficient and economical grounds related tasks and horticultural programs. Guides, trains, and gives technical assistance to Forepersons and grounds keepers, engaged in daily grounds maintenance tasks. Manages the current Bentley automotive repair and maintenance program. Coordinates and manages the current Bentley moving services department. Maintains and participates on a daily basis the grounds departments computerized work management system, which includes payroll. Provides on the job training and keeps maintenance records and inventory inspecting equipment and tools, and submits work orders for timely repair of equipment. Other Duties Develops monthly and quarterly operational reports. Supervises, Grounds Forepersons, Gardeners, Turf specialist, Grounds men, Movers, and Mechanics, Also supervises Work study or temp workers Minimum Qualifications Associate's degree with at least five years of experience in managing a grounds program including the supervision of others. This position requires extensive technical knowledge of grounds management and horticultural practices. An understanding of turf grass practices and plant material identification required. Must have the ability to work in a highly technological environment utilizing Word, Excel, Powerpoint Must hold and maintain a valid, unrestricted United States driver's license with an insurable driving history as determined by Bentley's insurance carrier. Work Environment The position works in a fast-pasted environment with many scheduled and unscheduled demands on time. High level of customer service imperative at all time. Position often requires work during off hours, weekends, and other holiday periods. Must be available on-call for snow operations/removal. On-call duties performed on a tentative 10 week rotation. Loud noise, as well as extreme weather conditions is associated with the management of this position. Physical Demands The position is exposed to some stress related issues, extended off hours due to snow removal activities. Requires additional weekend work supporting all major events. Must be physically capable of inspecting and supervising all aspects of work completed. May be called upon to work extended hours in the workday in order to properly supervise and meet a project deadline. Must be capable to lift up to 50-pounds individually and up to 100-pounds with assistance, 0-72 inch height range, on an occasional to frequent basis. Ability to carry up to 35-pounds, at waist level for up to 25 feet on an occasional to frequent basis Bentley University requires references checks and may conduct other pre-employment screening. DIVERSITY STATEMENT Bentley University strives to create a campus community that welcomes the exchange of ideas, and fosters a culture that values differences and views them as a strength in our community. Bentley University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, building strength through diversity. The University is committed to building a community of talented students, faculty and staff who reflect the diversity of global business. We strongly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented groups, individuals with disabilities, covered veterans and those with diverse experiences and backgrounds. Apply Here PI115398648
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By The Club at 3 Creek, - Jackson, Wyoming
The knowledge and wide range of experiences gained at 3 Creek Ranch will provide a solid base of skills to advance your career. You will be exposed to all phases of operations from routine maintenance to budgeting and project / personnel management. Lastly, Jackson Hole offers an abundance of outdoor activities that everyone can enjoy. With Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park a close drive, opportunities for recreation are abundant. Please email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- $16.50 - $18/HR + OT (Increase pending pesticide applicator license achievement)
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By Weston Hills CC, - Weston, Florida
Weston Hills Country Club is a premier Golf / Tennis / Fitness club in the Ft. Lauderdale area. We are looking for a superintendent that will manage the golf course maintenance department day-to-day activities through maintaining quality standards, developing and retaining maintenance employees and exceeding member and guest expectations. Must be able to do this in a consistent manner with consideration to a given annual budget.
- 100,000+ / DOE
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By Wianno Club, - Osterville, Massachusetts
The Wianno Club is a historic club located on the Nantucket Sound in Osterville, Massachusetts. Being a club rich in tradition dating back over a hundred years, we have been one of the staples of the game of golf on Cape Cod. We are currently looking to talk to candidates interested in our Assistant-In-Training position opening in March 2020. To be an AIT at Wianno, one will have a motivational drive to learn what it takes to be an Assistant Superintendent either here, or at another club. Each of our AIT's will have a major role in all of the daily golf course maintenance tasks such as the use of all equipment on the golf course, spraying, fertilizing, moisture management on all playing surfaces, and learning the basic functions of the Toro Lynx irrigation system. Our agronomic team promotes and maintains a culture where the conditions and play-ability are at the fore front with plant health coming in a close second. Modern tasks such as testing and research weigh heavily in our decisions behind each of our cultural practices. An AIT will learn how to collect and read soil tests, tissue tests, and as management we will instill the science behind turf management to each Assistant in training. Each AIT will get experience managing the staff throughout the season to build the basic leadership qualities necessary to become an Assistant Superintendent. In the coming years, we are focused on establishing our native grasses to uniformity, promoting thicker, denser turf from seed in detailed areas, as well as projects proposed to us by architect Gil Hanse. Some of these projects include tee and bunker construction, expansion of playing surfaces, and other smaller detailed projects.
- $16/hr + OT
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By Wianno Club, - Osterville, Massachusetts
The Wianno Club is a historic club located on the Nantucket Sound in Osterville, Massachusetts. Being a club rich in tradition dating back over a hundred years, we have been one of the staples of the game of golf on Cape Cod. We are currently looking to talk to candidates interested in our Assistant-In-Training position opening in March 2020. To be an Intern at Wianno, one will have a motivational drive to learn what it takes to be an Assistant Superintendent either here, or at another club. Each of our Intern's will have a major role in all of the daily golf course maintenance tasks such as the use of all equipment on the golf course, spraying, fertilizing, moisture management on all playing surfaces, and learning the basic functions of the Toro Lynx irrigation system. Our agronomic team promotes and maintains a culture where the conditions and play-ability are at the fore front with plant health coming in a close second. Modern tasks such as testing and research weigh heavily in our decisions behind each of our cultural practices. An Intern will learn how to collect and read soil tests, tissue tests, and as management we will instill the science behind turf management to each Assistant in training. Each Intern will get experience managing the staff throughout the season to build the basic leadership qualities necessary to become an Assistant Superintendent. In the coming years, we are focused on establishing our native grasses to uniformity, promoting thicker, denser turf from seed in detailed areas, as well as projects proposed to us by architect Gil Hanse. Some of these projects include tee and bunker construction, expansion of playing surfaces, and other smaller detailed projects.
- $15/hr + OT
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By Cherry Hills Country Club, - Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
Cherry Hills Country Club was built in 1922 by William Flynn and has a long history of holding major tournaments including three U.S. Opens, two PGA Championships, a U.S. Women's Open, U.S Senior Open, U.S. Senior Amateur, U.S. Mid-Amateur, two U.S. Amateurs, and most recently the 2014 BMW Championship. We have also recently been named the host of the 2023 U.S. Amateur. The grounds of Cherry Hills includes an 18 hole Championship course, a nine hole par three, driving range and practice facility, tennis courts, pool facility, and clubhouse. The championship course consists of poa/bent push-up greens with fairways, tees, and rough that are poa/rye/blue. The course just completed a renovation of all bunkers on the property, a redesign of the 8th hole, new tee boxes, and a creek addition. Our goal is to provide you with the experience necessary to take the next steps in your turfgrass career.
- $14-15/hour + Overtime, Housing, Lunches, Softball League
- 1,720 views
By Wannamoisett Country Club, - Rumford, Rhode Island
Wannamoisett Country Club is a classic Donald Ross designed course and has been ranked as one of the Top 50 courses in the nation by Golf Magazine, Golf Week, and Golf Digest. Wannamoisett hosted the PGA Championship in 1931 and welcomes the world's best amateur golfers to our annual Northeast Amateur Invitational Tournament. At Wannamoisett we pride ourselves on providing our interns with an experience that will prepare them to advance in the industry. You will gain valuable experience in moisture management, chemical application, crew management, irrigation repair/troubleshooting, and intensive cultural practices. During your duration at Wannamoisett you will work closely with the assistants and superintendent learning all aspects over course management and will be exposed to what it takes to successfully manage championship conditions throughout the season. Our number one goal of our internship program is to provide you with the knowledge and ability to successfully transition into an assistant position upon graduation. Our past interns have moved onto assistant positions at highly ranked courses throughout the nation and also have been promoted from within and have had successful careers at Wannamoisett Country Club. We will provide interns with all the tools necessary to move up in the turfgrass industry. Wannamoisett is located just outside of Providence, Rhode Island. The city has a young and vibrant community centered around the multiple universities in town. Providence is home to some the best culinary experiences the nation has to offer. Besides being a great city itself, Providence is within minutes of some of the most beautiful and iconic beaches in the nation and is a short train ride into Boston to easily catch games at Fenway or to explore the historic city.
- $13/hr plus overtime and free housing
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By Country Club of Detroit, - Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
The Country Club of Detroit is a HS Colt/CH Allison original design from 1912 that has played host to (2) US Amateur Championships, and will be hosting the 2020 US Senior Amateur Championship. The most recent architectural imprint on the property today is with Tom Doak & Renaissance Design, who completed a large scale renovation in 2010-2011 with complete reconstruction of all greens & tees, as well as regrassing of fairways & renovating bunkers. A large scale tree management program was initiated at this time as well. Their design has brought back many design parameters with a ground game golf course. There have been recent upgrades as well with green side bunker removals on 4 holes and the incorporation of 2+ acres of bentgrass bailouts for extended playability options. The Country Club of Detroit, or CCD as it is known to our membership & staff, sits northeast of Downtown Detroit in the vibrant, exclusive suburb of Grosse Pointe Farms. The Championship Course currently sits within the top 200 classical courses in America, per Golfweek. Interns/graduates can expect to be a part of a staff of 30+ people during the peak summer months. Internships can be from 3 months, up to 9 months. Interns will play a crucial role in the successful execution of us hosting the 2020 US Senior Amateur at CCD. Interns will be exposed to any & all facets to help prepare them for assistant positions following their time at CCD. A few of the items include: Intense water management on bentgrass surfaces IPM Strategies --- utilizing deductive reasoning for decision making Equipment maintenance & reel theory with Equipment Managers Greens Committee Meeting Involvement - interns will be expected to give a short presentation to the Greens Committee at our August Meeting Small project management & team leading Construction project work: Bunker reconstructing Fairway expansions Drainage installation Irrigation repair & auditing PGA Tour Volunteer Experience (Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club) Play an integral role in successful execution of US Senior Amateur in August.
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By Rolling Green Golf Club, - Springfield, Pennsylvania
RGGC is committed to developing the next generation of Golf Course Superintendents. We offer interns a customized experience centered around professional development and growth. Students will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendents to learn the skills necessary to succeed in the golf turf management field while contributing to the overall success of the green department. Interns will be treated as professionals and expected to work a schedule similar to the Assistant Superintendents (50-60 hrs/week w/ 1 day off). Rolling Green Golf Club is a 1926, William Flynn designed, private golf club located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. This is a pure golf club and the membership is committed to top quality conditioning. The club hosted the 2016 USGA Women's Amateur Championship and the 1976 USGA Women's Open Championship. RG is currently finalizing a Master Plan for restoration and club improvements, making it an exciting time to join our team. Follow us on twitter @rggc1926 to learn more about the club and our operation.
- 15.00/HR + OT
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