- 59Golf Course Superintendent
- 160Assistant Superintendent
- 472nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 32Equipment/Shop Manager
- 26Turf Equipment Technician
- 7Assistant Equipment Technician
- 19Spray/Applications Technician
- 11Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 5Sports Turf Manager
- 3Sports Turf Technician
- 3Landscape Manager
- 1Landscape Technician
- 5Lawn Care Manager
- 9Lawn Care Technician
- 1Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 1Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 3Crew Foreman
- 2Equipment Operator
- 15Grounds Staff
- 111Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 8Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
By Livingston Country Club, Inc., - updated 5 hours ago - Geneseo, New York
POSITION FILLED - Livingston Country Club, Inc. (LCC), a Seymour Dunn designed golf course and the preeminent semi-private golf club in Livingston County, New York, seeks a head golf course superintendent for the property located at 4436 Lakeville Rd. in Geneseo, NY, 14454. The Livingston Country Club, boasts a growing membership of over 150, a robust internal tournament schedule, a dozen external tournaments and nearly 15,000 rounds of golf annually. Visitors to LCC come from all corners of the greater Rochester area, Southern Tier and Western New York, as well as those drawn to the area as constituents of nearby SUNY Geneseo. Livingston Country Club is a proud member of the Rochester District Golf Association, the Women’s Rochester District Golf Association and an annual U.S. Kids Golf tournament site. Responsibilities • Management of all day-to-day operation and maintenance of the golf course including turf grass/plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, personnel management, maintenance of tee boxes, fairways, roughs, greens, bunkers and other course landscaping. • Developing and adhere to an annual budget and work with Greens Chairperson to operate in a fiscally responsible manner. • Manage the irrigation system operation, maintenance and repair as needed. • Supervise seasonal support staff and train as needed. • Maintain course equipment fleet, maintenance, repairs, and supplies as needed. • Collaborate with the Greens Chairperson and Golf Professional. • Must be able to work independently and be a self-starting problem solver. • Recruits, supervises and retains maintenance staff. • Provides technical, operational and safety training for employees to ensure that staff is working within OSHA, state and federal guidelines for safe working conditions. • Oversees employees 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.
- $45,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Old Edwards Club, - updated 10 hours ago - Highlands, North Carolina
Old Edwards Golf Club, situated on the Cashiers/Highlands Plateau, North Carolina, is in search of a Seasonal Intern for the 2023 Season. Individual must be a self-driven individual and possess the energy needed, to provide high quality product, on a daily basis. 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, irrigation management, record keeping, and staff management.
- $17 to $17 per hour
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By Scientific Plant Service, - updated 11 hours ago - Baltimore, Maryland
Athletic Field Technician Position Description Perform skilled and semi-skilled labor in the various aspects of Athletic Field Maintenance. Directly participate in the maintenance and preparation of playing surfaces, train subordinate staff members in techniques to maintain athletic fields. Follow operational procedures to optimally maintain the playing surface of the field. Experience, special skills, knowledge, and abilities to maintain athletic fields at the highest competitive levels are required. Receives general supervision from the Operations Manager. Exercises supervision over technicians. Examples of Important Responsibilities and Duties: Important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Perform athletic field and grounds maintenance including aeration, grading, topdressing, seeding, sodding, trimming, field painting, turf care, fertilizing; apply plant protectant materials including insecticides, herbicides, soil conditioners and related materials; follow proper safety precautions; care of trees and shrubs. 2. Perform infield maintenance and repair work of baseball/softball fields including repairing bases, pitching mounds, batter’s boxes and transition areas of infield and outfield. 3. Perform tilling, rolling and fertilizing soil; construct new planting areas and maintain high traffic wear areas on athletic fields. 4. Identify equipment needs for each assigned project; organize work methods and procedures; ensure that the proper materials are available. 5. Operate a variety of specialized equipment utilized in assigned projects including tractors, power and hand tools such as chain saws, weed eaters, edgers and related equipment; assist in training others to use specialized equipment as necessary. 6. Check assigned tools and equipment needed for maintenance and repair; make minor repairs and adjustments; report major repairs to supervisor. 7. Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Ability to lift and carry 50-pound bags of materials. Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of experience and/or college degree in turf management, horticulture, parks and recreation, or a related field. Training: Equivalent to a high school diploma with additional specialized training or educational training in grounds maintenance, horticulture or a related field. Licenses and Certificates: Possession of valid driver’s license. Ability to obtain state Pest Control Applicator and Professional Fertilizer Applicator certificates. Working and Environmental Conditions: Field environment; exposure to dust and dirt, hazards associated with operating a motor vehicle, various chemicals including fertilizers and pesticides, contagious conditions including poison oak and inclement weather conditions. Physical Conditions: Essential and other important duties and responsibilities may require maintaining physical conditions necessary for standing or walking for prolonged periods of time; climbing, kneeling and stooping; moderate to heavy lifting; the use of arms and legs. Yearly Salary: Minimum $62,000.00 $72,000 Plus: NO COST to employee health insurance, vacation, 100% immediate vesting 401k with 4% matching, uniforms and laundering, tips, 8 paid holidays, Off Christmas week with pay, year end bonus and MORE! Email resume to Gary at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-321-0970
- $62,000 to $72,000 per year
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By Black Hall Club, - updated 15 hours ago - Old Lyme, Connecticut
Background: The Black Hall Club is a private 18-hole Golf Club that embraces the ideals and traditions of the game of golf. The club is located on a serene 160 acre parcel of land offering an extraordinary golf retreat. Frequently regarded to many as the “best kept secret” in the Northeast. Renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. designed the championship course. Black Hall Club frequently holds PGA, USGA, and Connecticut Golf Association events, including the Connecticut Open in 2025. Qualifications: Candidate should have a 2 or 4 year turfgrass degree. 2-4 years of experience as an AIT, 2nd Assistant or 1st Assistant. Have or obtain Connecticut Pesticide license within 90 days. Ability to lift over 50 pounds, and work in a variety of weather conditions. A highly motivated individual who has a strong attention to detail, communication and can perform multiple tasks at once. Responsibilities: The ideal candidate will possess a strong agronomic background. Work directly with the Superintendent to implement the fertilization and pesticide program. Recognize and scout diseases, insects and weeds. Ability to calibrate and spray all areas of the golf course. Strong knowledge of irrigation and use of moisture meters to provide fast and firm conditions. Communicate and lead the crew with daily tasks and projects. Attend association meetings, Green Committee meetings, and other club events. Successfully manage all aspects of the golf course in the absence of the Superintendent.
- $70,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Yardley country club, - Yardley, Pennsylvania
The candidate will be self-motivated and is interested in a continued career in Golf Turf management. Have or able to obtain PA pesticide applicators license Experience in handling, measuring, and spraying pesticides. This person will be directly involved in all daily aspects of golf turf maintenance. They will also be working hands on in numerous Bunker renovations and Tees renovations
- $35,000 to $45,000 per year
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By The Fox Hill Club, - updated Yesterday at 12:24 AM - Longmont, Colorado
The Fox Hill Club is seeking a highly motivated individual to manage our turf care equipment. Fox Hill is located in Longmont, roughly 30 miles north of Denver along the Colorado front range. We are looking for an individual that is willing to take a hands-on approach when it comes to equipment maintenance. The equipment manager reports to the Golf Course Superintendent and/or Assistant Golf Course Superintendent and oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program for the golf course assets. This program includes the diagnostics and repair of all turf equipment, keeping records of parts and labor needed to maintain each piece of equipment, and placing orders for parts and supplies needed for equipment or service. The equipment manager properly communicates any needs or problems relating to the maintenance or repair of equipment to the Superintendent and/or the Assistant Superintendent. The equipment manager places safety as a top priority and is responsible for maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building. Functions: Inspects, diagnoses and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various golf course maintenance equipment including diesel, and gasoline powered engines, mowers, and other mechanical equipment used in golf course work. Oversees the shop area maintenance. Instructs and/or trains golf course maintenance workers regarding safe operation and proper cleaning of equipment. Maintain mowing units to a high quality of cut. Ensures daily set-up of all turf equipment. Maintains a preventive maintenance program within budget on all equipment, and purchases repair parts and replacement supplies. Maintains a complete set of records for equipment and parts inventory purchases, equipment conditions, costs of repairs and preventive maintenance for all equipment. Spot checks equipment for performance and performs emergency repairs to equipment on the course. Possesses a working knowledge of the theory and care of reel and bed knife grinding Performs other duties as directed by the Superintendent.
- $60,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Bonnie Briar Country Club, - updated Friday at 08:50 PM - Larchmont, New York
BONNIE BRIAR COUNTRY CLUB— JOB POSTING: SECOND ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT ABOUT BONNIE BRIAR - Bonnie Briar Country Club is a private 18-hole golf course located 30 minutes north of NYC in Westchester County. Established in 1921, the 150 acre facility was originally designed by Devereux Emmet. In addition to the golf course, Bonnie Briar includes 2 short game practice facilities, driving range, pool, 4 Har-Tru and 2 red clay tennis courts. The par 71, 6,385 yard courses primary playing surfaces are predominantly Poa annua and Bentgrass. The club and its members continue to be highly committed to elevating the golfing experience which is evident in past and planned course renovations. More information about the member- owned club can be found at the club's website at www.BonnieBriar.org Assistant Superintendent under the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent will plan, direct and achieve maintenance goals and standards that are to be expected at a high-end private club. In this position the assistant would be responsible for, but not limited to: pesticide and fertilizer applications, irrigation system scheduling and maintenance, syringing, moisture management, daily inspections of turf conditions and record keeping. Responsibilities also include scheduling and supervision of 22 crew members, employee training and a commitment to personal and professional development. Bonnie Briar Country Club has just a approved a 12 Million Dollar Renovation to its facilities club wide. Now is a great time to join the Bonnie Briar Team. Ongoing Projects: - · Installation of Better Billy Bunkers · Re-grassing of Feature Surrounds and Rough Areas · Drainage · Tree Removal and Planting Job Responsibilities: · Monitor Course Conditions · Chemical and Pesticide Applications · Operate and Instruct Crew Members on the safe operation of equipment · Assist in water management - Use of moisture meters and hand watering · Irrigation repair and maintenance · Crew management · Participate in Renovation and Construction Projects · Assist in maintaining landscape areas throughout course and grounds · Assist with snow removal · Assist with record keeping · Performs other duties as assigned LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR POSITION AT THE FOLLOWING LINKS BBCC Assistant Superintendent Brochure Club Website BBCC Centennial Video How to Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and list of references to: Nick Lerner - Golf Course Superintendent Nick.Lerner@bonniebriar.org
- $65,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Cedarbrook Country Club, - updated Friday at 07:44 PM - Blue Bell, Pennsylvania
Cedarbrook Country Club is looking for a highly motivated individual to help our operation with the continued elevation of its 18-hole golf course, clubhouse grounds and practice facilities. Cedarbrook sits on a 200+ acre property in the heart of Blue Bell Pa with a well routed golf course, great elevation changes and the Wissahickon Creek coming into contact with 6 holes. Although the club originated in 1909, The William Mitchell design opened in Blue Bell in 1962 after moving from it’s A.W. Tillinghast design in Cheltenham, Pa which was also renovated by Donald Ross. One of our goals is to reconnect the current property with the old property. Our family-oriented club has grown exponentially in the past 4 years with 325 full active golf and 425 variation of house memberships with a waiting list of 100+. The William Mitchell design is beginning to receive a facelift with the club creating and implementing a Master Plan with Jaeger Kovich of Proper Golf along with LaBar Golf Renovations and Landscapes Unlimited. Phase 1 commenced this past October and majority of work is wrapping up with some irrigation work extending into the spring. Phase 2 will commence October of 2023. Highlights of renovation include: · Rebuilding of greens. · XGD Drainage installation on greens not slotted to be rebuild (April 2023). · Other extensive drainage. · CapCon lined bunkers. · Phasing in of Rainbird 2-wire irrigation system. · Watertronic Pump installation (February 2023). · Continued Tree Management (in house and contracted). · Rebuilding of Tees. · Fairway Expansions. · Cart Path work. · Streambank stabilization. · Continued Fine Fescue ‘Natural’ Area establishment. · New maintenance facility. Apart from Renovation work, we are looking to build on the momentum of the last 4 years and continue to have the reputation of one of the best detailed and conditioned golf courses in the area. We are replacing our 1st Assistant of 4 years after achieving his goal of obtaining a head Golf Course Superintendent position. The 1st Assistant will work with Superintendent and 2nd Assistant in the maintenance and progression of the property including projects, water management, fertility and pesticide management and cultural practices. We strive for the best work/life balance as we can. We are here when we need to be and home when we don’t need to be here. Early Spring, Late Fall and Winter would work every 3rd weekend and every other weekend in the late Spring, Summer and early Fall. Also very flexible with needed time off./vacation. Surfaces: · Predominately Poa greens. · Bentgrass/Poa fairways. · Bentrgrass Tees. · Mixed rough of Tall Fescue, Poa, Ryegrass, Fine Fescue.
- $75,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Shady Hollow Country Club, - Massillon, Ohio
Shady Hollow Country Club in Northeast Ohio is seeking a motivated, detail-oriented individual to add to our professional maintenance team. Under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, the Assistant Superintendent directs and participates in all aspects of maintenance of the golf course and grounds. Our main goal is to have a positive/safe atmosphere and provide an exceptional experience for our members. Future projects at the Club will be tree care, building a new sod nursery and installing a new irrigation system. Job Description: The Assistant Superintendent, as assigned, is responsible for executing grounds care programs which includes reporting deficiencies of turf, ornamentals, and trees, hardscape, equipment operation and other potential problems to Golf Course Superintendent. Operates a variety of equipment and tools for grounds maintenance and snow removal. Assists in developing and executing plans/actions to resolve all grounds maintenance issues. Operates and performs maintenance/repairs to grounds equipment as necessary. Performs maintenance, troubleshooting, installation, and programming of irrigation systems. Essential Functions (primary functions and/or reasons the job exists in order of importance) Maintains turf and landscape by applying knowledge and experience in performing all assigned grounds/course tasks. Operates a variety of equipment and tools including, but not limited to mowers, utility vehicles, tractors, string line trimmers, blowers, sweepers and other specialty grounds equipment. Operates pruning equipment to maintain trees and shrubs utilizing selective and formal pruning methods to maintain health and vigor of plants. As assigned, is available to be on-call outside of normal working hours as part of a rotational schedule year-round. Applies fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, aquaticides and insecticides. Must meet requirements of the Ohio Department of Agriculture as a licensed pesticide operator or under the direction of a licensed pesticide operator by completing ODA Trained Service Person. Documents and records such pesticide applications per ODA standards. Responsible for operation, calibration, and troubleshooting of application equipment. Participates in annual and perennial landscape and bed preparation/ installation, maintenance, and transplanting including flowers, trees, shrubs, aquatic vegetation, and naturalized areas. Maintains health and vigor of plants. As applicable, takes direction from Leadership. Performs duties associated with installation, maintenance and repair of drainage and irrigation systems. Performs programming and monitoring of irrigation systems to achieve optimal plant care resulting in conditions that meet the department standards. Performs maintenance and repairs of grounds care equipment. As applicable, works under the direction of Mechanic Assist/Lead crew members as directed by the Superintendent. Operates heavy equipment such as loader, trencher, and skid steer. Provides oversight and support of daily operations including the direction for other grounds workers. Provides training and shares knowledge regarding proper procedures and processes, equipment usage, daily operations, and OSHA and Shady Hollow safety compliance matters. As directed, performs daily course setup such as changing cups and tee service. Required to participate with snow removal operations. Operates necessary equipment for snow and ice removal. Complies with OSHA and Shady Hollow safety requirements and other required training by Shady Hollow. Achieves the high standards of quality, production, cooperation, and service set by Shady Hollow for our employees, and guests/members experience feedback and surveys. Desired Qualifications/Experience/Certification/Education (in order of importance) A valid driver’s license and a driving record that conforms to company standards. Must be at least 18 years old to operate heavy equipment/snow removal equipment. 1 years of previous commercial landscaping and/or golf course experience including ability to operate maintenance and landscaping equipment. Experience in mechanical repair and maintenance of grounds care equipment. Ability to effectively communicate and receive instructions from leader, co-workers, and members both verbally and in writing. High School Diploma, GED or commensurate experience. Physical Requirements (specific to the role) The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Ability to understand verbal instructions and read work orders and schedules. Ability to operate a motor vehicle. Ability to maintain movement, bend, reach, lift and carry 50 pounds. Ability to work outside and tolerate extreme weather conditions. Ability to be on call outside of normal working hours as part of rotation schedule. Ability to operate or be trained on a manual transmission vehicle within the parameters of the driving policy within one month of hire. Ability to start and operate pull-start small engines. Ability to climb steps and walk over varying terrain. Ability to regularly work with and handle fertilizers, herbicides, aquatacides, fungicides and insecticides. Ability to communicate effectively in a collaborative work environment utilizing various technologies such as: telephone, computer, web, voice, teleconferencing, e-mail, etc.
- $36,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Stone Harbor Golf Club, - Cape May Court House, New Jersey
Set on over 350 acres in historic Cape May Court House, and minutes from the South Jersey beaches and Atlantic City, the Stone Harbor Golf Club offers an unparalleled private golf club experience. The Desmond Muirhead design has evolved since its inception and has been voted one of the "Top Ten" Private Clubs in the State of New Jersey. The club consistently receives accolades for its outstanding condition and its challenging layout. Stone Harbor Golf Club has embarked on an inspired five-year restoration project designed by Golf Course Architect, Tyler Rae. Tyler’s master plan renderings for Stone Harbor have breathed new life and excitement into the golf course. His vision for Stone Harbor combines his skillful eye for architecture with an appreciation for the celebrated history of the original design. Along with Tyler’s master Plan, we will be installing a new HDPE irrigation system. The new system is being designed by Paul Roche, who recently designed irrigation systems at Merion Golf Club and Baltusrol Golf Club. https://www.stoneharborgolf.com/files/SHGC Master Plan Proof 8 WEB.pdf · Assist in the planning, scheduling, and supervising the cultural programs of the golf course ·Train and instruct equipment operators in the safe, efficient operation and care of all equipment and golf course management techniques. · Assist in the personnel management, evaluation, and planning of a daily work schedule. ·Perform any aspect of routine maintenance conducive to producing championship conditions. ·Operate all equipment used in the daily maintenance of the golf course. ·Perform pesticide calibration and applications, manage drainage and irrigation projects, irrigation repairs and programming ·Participate in continuing education courses designed to promote your career as a Superintendent. ·Track labor performed so that associated costs of services is well represented. ·Make decisions based on the programs that are in place and act as a leader
- $65,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Clear Creek Tahoe, - updated Friday at 06:38 PM - Carson City, Nevada
The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent (AGCS) will join our management team and play an integral role in the success of the golf course maintenance department. The AGCS, under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, directs and participates in the daily maintenance of the golf course, and assists with the planning, coordination, and execution of the golf maintenance program. We are looking for a self-driven, skilled individual that is passionate about delivering a high-quality product and has a proven track record in the turf industry. We are committed to providing an organized workplace and environment that enables success, stays current with modern maintenance techniques, and helps us provide the best experience for our members. Job Duties Include but are not limited to: Assists with the planning and implementation of agronomic practices Assists with personnel management, evaluation, employee safety, and disciplinary action as needed Coordinates daily maintenance practices, crew assignments, scheduling, supervises and trains employees on tasks and proper use of equipment Leads project work and participates in course renovations Conducts pesticide and fertilizer applications, calibration, and record keeping Operates equipment when necessary Contributes to the maintenance of the irrigation system and coordinates repairs in conjunction with the Irrigation Technician Monitors water quality and assists with pumpstation/s and fertigation monitoring Aids in the develop and implementation of cultural practices Conducts safety meetings with staff and monitors working conditions Coordinates snow removal and winter maintenance activities during the offseason Must be flexible during the golf season and work weekends and holidays as needed Performs other duties as assigned
- $65,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Clear Creek Tahoe, - updated Friday at 06:36 PM - Carson City, Nevada
Clear Creek Tahoe is a Coore & Crenshaw designed private club in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Clear Creek opened in 2008 and currently ranks as the #2 golf course in Nevada by Golf Digest. At Clear Creek you will be involved in all facets of the daily maintenance and operation of a top tier private golf course. We pride ourselves on being on the cutting edge of turfgrass management, constantly pushing the envelope to provide firm and fast conditions on a daily basis. The right candidate will learn through hands on involvement, what is possible, and what goes in to, managing turf at the highest level. Interns play a pivotal role in informing the decisions of assistants and the superintendent, and act as an extension of managers while in the field. Tasks will include, but are not limited to, mowing, course set up, handwatering, fertilizing, topdressing, cultivation, crew management, irrigation repair, and data collection. By the end of your time at Clear Creek, you will leave with the field skills, understanding, and experience necessary to further your turfgrass career.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By Oak Hill Golf Club, LLC, - updated Friday at 06:32 PM - Milford, New Jersey
Oak Hill Golf Club is looking for an Assistant-in-Training. The AIT reports directly to Green and Grounds Superintendent and the Assistant Golf Course Superintendents. This person aids in the direction and participation in the maintenance of the golf course tees, greens, fairways, and irrigation system. Oak Hill Golf Club is an 18-hole private member owned private golf club located in Milford, NJ and was established in 1964. Essential Functions: Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, tees and fairways; schedules work and supervises the employees and the use of the equipment. Instructs equipment operations on the proper operation and care of mowing and other equipment Supervises pesticide applications and/or operates and calibrates pesticide application equipment Ensures cleanliness and workmanship of pesticide equipment, proper record keeping and training of Interns. Supervises and participates in the operation and maintenance of pumps and in the maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems. Assists in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety, personnel discipline and may also modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation. Assists as project foreman. Development of staff for career advancement. Perform all other tasks and duties assigned by the supervisor. The AIT supervises: greens keepers and greens department Interns
- $19 to $20 per hour
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By Clear Creek Tahoe, - updated Friday at 06:27 PM - Carson City, Nevada
The 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent (AGCS) will join our management team and play an integral role in the success of the golf course maintenance department. The AGCS, under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent, directs and participates in the daily maintenance of the golf course, and assists with the planning, coordination, and execution of the golf maintenance program. We are looking for a self-driven, skilled individual that is passionate about delivering a high-quality product and has a proven track record in the turf industry. We are committed to providing an organized workplace and environment that enables success, stays current with modern maintenance techniques, and helps us provide the best experience for our members. Job Duties Include but are not limited to: Assists with the planning and implementation of agronomic practices Assists with personnel management, evaluation, employee safety, and disciplinary action as needed Coordinates daily maintenance practices, crew assignments, scheduling, supervises and trains employees on tasks and proper use of equipment Leads project work and participates in course renovations Conducts pesticide and fertilizer applications, calibration, and record keeping Operates equipment when necessary Contributes to the maintenance of the irrigation system and coordinates repairs in conjunction with the Irrigation Technician Monitors water quality and assists with pumpstation/s and fertigation monitoring Aids in the develop and implementation of cultural practices Conducts safety meetings with staff and monitors working conditions Coordinates snow removal and winter maintenance activities during the offseason Must be flexible during the golf season and work weekends and holidays as needed Performs other duties as assigned
- $55,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Weed Man Lawn Care, - updated Friday at 06:13 PM - Wheeling, Illinois
Senior Service Manager Our Sr. Service Manager position is an essential part of our growing company. The Sr. Service Manager will lead a team of technicians to ensure they provide quality lawn care services. The incumbent will be responsible for developing a team of lawn care professionals through effective coaching, continuous feedback, positive leadership and accountability. The Sr. Service Manager is essential to the continued growth of our company. Learn more about your opportunity at Weed Man. A message from our CEO: Responsibilities Supervises a team of technicians to ensure production and sales goals are met Conducts quality control inspections for their team Resolves escalated customer issues to ensure complete customer satisfaction Generate field sales by uncovering customers’ needs Coaches, develops and administers disciplinary actions consistent with company policy Trains new technicians in all areas of production including; customer service skills, technical skills and safety policies Collaborates with management team to improve customer satisfaction Creates the day to day work schedules for technicians and monitors assignments for efficiency Prepares performance reports for individual technicians based on feedback from multiple sources Uses multiple technological outlets to track employee reports, progress and routes About Weed Man Lawn Care: Weed Man Lawn Care is the world’s largest franchised lawn care company. It’s consistently ranked at or near the top of all available franchises. Most recently, Weed Man was named One of the Best Franchises to Buy in America by Forbes Magazine. It’s been consistently ranked as the top Lawn Care franchise by Entrepreneur Magazine. Additionally, Franchise Business Review ranked Weed Man #1 as it’s top service franchise. About the local franchisee: Weed Man is locally-owned and operated. Started in 2008 out of a 1 car garage, the company has quickly grown to 6 locations: Chicago IL, Alsip IL, Merrillville IN, Burlington WI, Elyria OH and Cleveland OH. We are excited to be adding our seventh location- Fort Wayne, IN in the Fall of 2022. The company is routinely recognized as a top-performer by the Weed Man Franchise System winning numerous awards highlighted by the Award of Excellence- Weed Man’s top award recognizing excellence in sales, execution and customer satisfaction. About the Ownership: Weed Man’s local ownership group consists of 3 people with a variety of experiences in the Green Industry. Both Brandon Burns and Luke McGhee come from a Golf Course Management background having worked over 25 combined years maintaining Championship level private and public golf courses throughout Chicago and Wisconsin. Michael Brown (25 years in lawn care sales management) provide a unique point of view as both were brought on as managers and then offered ownership opportunities after exceeding expectations. The ownership group prides itself on growing the company and developing and providing careers to like-minded individuals looking to win on a daily basis. Due to this dedication, they have been able to more than quadruple revenues in the past 5 years going from $2.7 million to $12 million. They are always looking for the next future leaders and future expansion opportunities.
- $55,000 to $65,000 per year
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By City of Farmington - PRCA, - updated Friday at 06:01 PM - Farmington, New Mexico
Seated in the Four Corners region in the San Juan River Valley, Farmington New Mexico is a destination community close to the amenities of Colorado, Arizona and Utah. Outdoor enthusiasts thrive in Farmington because of the epic off-roading, world-class fly fishing, phenomenal mountain biking, scenic landscapes for hiking and is within close proximity to several major ski resorts for winter activities. Farmington Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, is looking for two full time Sports Turf Foremen to help maintain 25 sports fields under the supervision of the Director of Parks Operations and the Assistant Superintendent of Sports Turf. This position is working with the nationally accredited City of Farmington PRCA department. The department has twelve (12) diverse divisions committed to growing a happy, healthy community for all, and enriching community’s quality of life. They achieve this through exceptional parks, programs, cultural experiences, and customer focus. · This position is responsible for the working knowledge of the maintenance of sports fields, mowing, weed control, construction, renovation and maintenance practices for turf grasses, synthetic surfaces and skinned field areas. · Will have a high level of understanding of the sport’s governing body requirements for field layouts and markings. · Knowledge and management of sports irrigation systems. · Oversees the seeding, fertilizing, top dressing, soil conditioning, watering, pest and weed control with the ability to calculate formulas for calibration. Understands and assists in the construction of new parks facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, and foundation work. Understanding of various fertilizers, soil conditioners and pest control methods. Drainage controls, netting, skin surfaces and stadium facilities is required. · Knowledge of pest management guidelines, and standards with the ability to identify turf pests and institute turf grass maintenance and best practices for treatment. · Ability to determine field conditions, i.e.: the playability of the field, safety for players and the facility wellbeing prior to a rain out and report in the absence of the superintendent. · This position performs a variety of administrative, supervisory and skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance of and operation of buildings, scoreboards, grounds, parks, open spaces and recreation structures and is comfortable and able to execute essential functions in a highly visible public use area. · The duties above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. **Other duties will apply to this position. For the full detailed job description and apply online please visit: https://fmtn.applicantpro.com/jobs/2740668.html
- $19 to $30 per hour
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By Salisbury Country Club, - updated Friday at 05:49 PM - Midlothian, Virginia
We are excited to announce the opportunity of Golf Course Superintendent at Salisbury Country Club. The current superintendent has accepted a Director of Agronomy position in the area. We are looking for a motivated individual that will make our team and golf course better. The Golf Course Superintendent reports to the Director of Golf and Grounds. This position will collaborate with three assistants, the Grounds Superintendent, and mechanics to ensure member expectations are met daily. The individual will be expected to lead the day-to-day operations. This includes planning, executing projects, budgeting, implementing cultural practices, moisture management, pesticide applications, and developing staff. They are expected to be an ambassador for our department through communication with members and other departments, as well as regularly attending committee meetings. Salisbury Country Club is a full-service private club located in Midlothian, VA, just outside of Richmond. Current membership is full and we have a growing waitlist. The golf course consists of 27 holes, along with four practice greens and a driving range. Play is rotated between each of the nine-hole courses, allowing members a different playing experience throughout the week. The greens consist of L93 Bentgrass, while each nine has a unique variety of Bermuda grass on their respective playing surfaces. The original 18-hole course is set up with a Toro electric irrigation system, while the Huguenot nine continues to run off hydraulic irrigation. Better Billy bunker liners were installed in 2013 on all bunkers. With a recent clubhouse renovation in the rear-view mirror, SCC is constantly looking to progress. Golf Course Architect Bill Bergin has created a master plan for the property. Additionally, the club is currently working on a strategic plan to guide future projects. In 2023 we will convert our Buckingham nine to zoysia grass, utilizing a no till conversion. Irrigation on the Huguenot nine is scheduled for replacement in 2024. We are excited about the direction we are headed and what the future holds for our team.
- $65,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Pikewood National Golf Club, - updated Friday at 05:44 PM - Morgantown, West Virginia
Course Overview: Pikewood National Golf Club, located southeast of Morgantown, WV, has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as #2 among “The Five Hardest Golf Courses in the U.S.” and by Golf Digest as #18 among “America’s 20 Hardest Golf Courses”, #79 among "The World Top 200 Greatest Courses" in 2018, # 33 among "America's Greatest 100 Golf Courses” in 2021, and "Best New Private Course" in 2009. In 2011 Link magazine listed Pikewood National #7 on its "Top 10 One-Hit Wonders". The course takes full advantage of the picturesque West Virginia Mountains boasting breath-taking vistas on nearly every hole. Pikewood National is a private 18 hole golf course which is highly exclusive to members who enjoy golf at its purest state. This is a great opportunity to work with a crew that is highly motivated to become successful in this industry. The grass varieties at Pikewood National are: Greens (A1/A4 bentgrass), Approaches, Tees, Fairways (L93), Rough (Kentucky bluegrass and fescue mix), and Native areas (fescue) Position Summary: As a key member of the Pikewood National Golf Club maintenance team, the Summer Intern works directly with the Assistants-in-Training, Assistant Superintendents and Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day-to-day maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance complex. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who is looking to eventually become a Golf Course Superintendent. This candidate should be a self-starter who takes pride in his/her work ethic and values the importance of being a team player. This position will expose the candidate to a wide variety of turf practices. The Pikewood Turf Crew understands the importance of sound agronomic practices. . Pikewood National Golf Club strives to become better and better each day and we would love for your positive attitude and strong work ethic to be apart of our team! Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business. Must have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills Seeking candidates that can work anywhere from a 3 month to 9 month internship Position Responsibilities: Daily mowing of all playing surfaces with walk-behind units and riding units.. Proper water management (hand watering, etc.) Fertilizer and chemical applications (proper calibration and techniques) Proper course set up (daily hole and tee locations and detail work) Cultural practices (topdressing, aerification, etc.) Irrigation maintenance (irrigation head fixes, pipe repairs, locating/troubleshooting wiring issues) Learning how to manage according to the weather Communicate well with the crew, management and members Carry oneself with professionalism in both appearance and demeanor Understand the importance of networking, career preparation, and record keeping Working Conditions: .The employee is often required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls. They will occasionally be required to balance, stoop, twist upper body, kneel, and climb. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 30lbs occasionally. Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and depth perception. Moderate exposure to extreme cold, heat, working outdoors, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, pollen, dust, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. Noise level is typically moderate to loud Work extended hours during golf and holiday season Work weekends and holidays. Watch this video to see what you can expect as a turfgrass intern - PIkewood National Internship Video Intern Brochure- https://view.joomag.com/2017-turfgrass-intern-information-at-pikewood-national-golf-club-p5-pwn71175-intern-collateral-packet-spreads-nobleeds/0081146001509651072?short
- $16.50/HR + OT plus Free Housing
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By Pikewood National Golf Club, - updated Friday at 05:43 PM - Morgantown, West Virginia
Course Overview: Pikewood National Golf Club, located southeast of Morgantown, WV, has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as #2 among “The Five Hardest Golf Courses in the U.S.” and by Golf Digest as #18 among “America’s 20 Hardest Golf Courses”, #79 among "The World Top 200 Greatest Courses" in 2018, # 33 among "America's Greatest 100 Golf Courses” in 2021, and "Best New Private Course" in 2009. In 2011 Link magazine listed Pikewood National #7 on its "Top 10 One-Hit Wonders". The course takes full advantage of the picturesque West Virginia Mountains boasting breath-taking vistas on nearly every hole. Pikewood National is a private 18 hole golf course which is highly exclusive to members who enjoy golf at its purest state. This is a great opportunity to work with a crew that is highly motivated to become successful in this industry. The grass varieties at Pikewood National are: Greens (A1/A4 bentgrass), Approaches, Tees, Fairways (L93), Rough (Kentucky bluegrass and fescue mix), and Native areas (fescue) Position Summary: As a key member of the Pikewood National Golf Club maintenance team, the Assistant-in-Training works directly with the Assistant Superintendents and Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day-to-day maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance complex. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated individual who is looking to eventually become a Golf Course Superintendent. This candidate should be a self-starter who takes pride in his/her work ethic and values the importance of being a team player. This position will expose the candidate to a wide variety of turf practices. The Pikewood Turf Crew understands the importance of sound agronomic practices. Working at Pikewood National Golf Club is a special and unique experience and we want you to make the experience even more special. We are looking for a person who enjoys being apart of a team atmosphere, thrives under pressure and most importantly is passionate about their work. Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business. Must have exceptional communication and interpersonal skills 0-2 years experience in turfgrass industry Degree in turfgrass science or related field is preferred but not required Position Responsibilities: Daily mowing of all playing surfaces with walk-behind units and riding units Proper water management (hand watering, etc.) Fertilizer and chemical applications (proper calibration and techniques) Proper course set up (daily hole and tee locations and detail work) Cultural practices (topdressing, aerification, etc.) Irrigation maintenance (irrigation head fixes, pipe repairs, locating/troubleshooting wiring issues) Learning how to manage according to the weather Communicate well with the crew, management and members Carry oneself with professionalism in both appearance and demeanor Understand the importance of networking, career preparation, and record keeping Working Conditions: .The employee is often required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls. They will occasionally be required to balance, stoop, twist upper body, kneel, and climb. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 30lbs occasionally. Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and depth perception. Moderate exposure to extreme cold, heat, working outdoors, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, pollen, dust, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. Noise level is typically moderate to loud Work extended hours during golf and holiday season Work weekends and holidays.. We hope you want to come and join the excellence that we have to offer at Pikewood National Golf Club!
- $17 to $19 per hour
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By Turfwerks, - Little Canada, Minnesota
Full Time - $22 - $26/hr - Little Canada, MN The Equipment Technician/Mechanic repairs all brands of turf equipment including Jacobsen, Smithco, Turfco, Steiner and Yanmar. We're looking for a dedicated employee with excellent technical skills who can deliver outstanding service to our customers. Essential Functions Repair the mechanical, hydraulic, gas, diesel, and electrical systems of turf equipment Load and transport equipment to customer location; unload and set-up equipment for customer use Prepare and submit, accurate, complete work orders and labor reports in a timely manner Maintain a clean, safe work area and adhere to all safety procedures Maintain positive customer relations through professional interactions
- $22 to $26 per hour
- 877 views
By Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club, - updated Friday at 05:13 PM - Palm City, Florida
Full-time position on the River Ridge course. Benefit eligible after 60 days 6am-2:30 pm Mon- Thurs, Fri 6am-11:30am, Saturday or Sunday 6am-9am- 40 hrs weekly Tif Eagle greens and Celebration throughout Responsibilities · Computer knowledge for scheduling crew work assignments and irrigation scheduling. · Oversee work assignments · Serve as an applicator and equipment operator · Assist with irrigation repair · Lead on special projects · Must have good working relations with employees · Must have a good attendance record · Must have flexible work schedule Must pass a criminal background check as well as a pre-hire drug screening.
- -$20 to $25 per hour
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By Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club, - updated Friday at 05:12 PM - Palm City, Florida
The Golf Course Superintendent position is on the Golden Marsh golf course which is a Joe Lee design and renovated by Bobby Weed in 2018. The course has Tif Eagle greens and Celebration throughout the course. Irrigation is Toro Lynx satellite with HDPE pipe and Infinity heads. Responsibilities include interviewing and hiring new employees, training new and current employees, scheduling 19 crew members using the Advanced Scoreboard program, scheduling irrigation with a Toro Lynx satellite system, coordinating with the River Ridge Golf Course Superintendent and Director of Golf and Grounds maintenance, communicating with members, attending and presenting at Green Committee meetings, participating in budget preparation and improving the current condition of the golf course.
- $70,000 to $90,000 per year
- 1,639 views
By Kenwood Country Club, - updated Friday at 05:02 PM - Cincinnati, Ohio
About Kenwood: Kenwood Country Club is a private 36-hole facility located in Cincinnati, Ohio designed by William Diddel in 1930. Golf course architect Jason Strakka has completed a master plan for the club and its entire property and in 2019 the Kendale Course underwent a renovation, which updated the golf course for today’s technology and restored the original design intentions. Over the last several years our Club established itself as the premier, private, and family-oriented country club in the Cincinnati area, and one of the top clubs in the Midwest. Recently, the club has also made a commitment to championship golf, hosting The Kroger Queen City Championship presented by P&G, an annual LPGA tournament bringing the best women golfers to Cincinnati. A large part of that commitment was a considerable investment in the Course & Grounds operations as the grounds compound underwent renovations; providing a new building for management offices, new break room and locker rooms, a new maintenance building housing the equipment maintenance operations, and the purchasing of a brand new fleet of John Deere equipment. This upcoming fall the Kendale Course will complete the 2nd phase of the renovation including a greens renovation. Updating the greens to USGA specifications and bentgrass.
- $16 to $18 per hour
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By Quaker Ridge Golf Club, - updated Friday at 04:47 PM - Scarsdale, New York
Quaker Ridge is a par-70, 7,008-yard A. W. Tillinghast design – often called "Tillie's Treasure" – is frequently mentioned when accomplished golfers are asked to name the best course in the Metropolitan New York area. The course is also highly regarded on both National and international levels. In its 2022 rankings, Golf Magazine rated Quaker Ridge #47 in the United States and Golf Digest rated Quaker Ridge #76. Quaker Ridge has hosted a number of tournaments including two Metropolitan Amateurs, three Metropolitan Opens, two Metropolitan PGA Championships and the 1997 Walker Cup. Quaker Ridge most recently hosted the Curtis Cup in 2018. Quaker Ridge has consistently been making renovations to all aspects of the club to maintain top 100 standards. Recent club projects include from past two years include: Clubhouse expansion (2021) Pro shop / Trackman expansion (2021) Green restorations (2021) Tee expansions (2021,2022) Bunker face restorations (2022) Job Description Personality is far more important than experience for this position. The first trait we look for here at Quaker Ridge is the ability to work well in a team as well as being self-motivated. Assistants will gain exposure in all facets of the industry; including chemical and water management, as well as crew supervision. Attention to detail while maintaining efficiency is the key to our system here. Assistants will gain knowledge in irrigation repair and troubleshooting. There are projects happening every fall, including tee/green renovations and bunker face repairs
- $60,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Hollywood Golf Club, - updated Friday at 04:43 PM - Deal, New Jersey
Hollywood Golf Club is a private, well respected club with roots dating back to the late 1800's. We are located one mile from of the Atlantic Ocean in Deal, NJ. Hollywood is consistently ranked in the Top 100 Classic courses in America. We pride ourselves on providing our members, and their guests a memorable golfing experience, day in and day out. The club is embarking on an irrigation project beginning in 2023, including a full Rainbird IC system, underground water storage vault and new pumping equipment.
- $25 to $25 per hour
- 536 views
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