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- 182nd Assistant Superintendent
- 4Turf Specialist/Agronomist
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- 28Turf Equipment Technician
- 11Assistant Equipment Technician
- 15Spray/Applications Technician
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By Ocean Ridge Plantation Golf, LLC, - updated September 9 - Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
The Big Cats at Ocean Ridge Plantation Golf in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina has an opening for a hands-on Mechanic to repair and maintain golf course equipment, both diesel and gasoline, including reel grinding. Will inspect, diagnose and repair utility vehicles, rollers, mowers and other mechanical equipment used in utility work and adjust height of equipment for cutting and mowing. Will keep complete records on each piece of equipment, oversee the shop area maintenance, make emergency repairs to equipment on the course and work with Purchasing Director to order parts. May instruct and train golf course maintenance workers regarding proper cleaning and safe operation of equipment. As always, safety is a top priority for shop, operations and equipment. Experience with golf course equipment preferred but willing to train a knowledgeable automobile (gas and diesel) mechanic or recent grad from a 2-year program in Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology. Seeking local candidates as we do not have a relocation package. This is a full-time year-round position with benefits, including health insurance, voluntary dental and vision, paid time off, holidays and disability insurance - and FREE GOLF FOR YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE!
- Hourly based upon experience
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By Desert Mountain Club, - updated September 9 - Scottsdale, Arizona
Join the Agronomy team at one of the largest and most beautiful private country clubs in North America, Desert Mountain Club, as a Mechanic II! In this role, you will be responsible for the safe mechanical condition of all mowers, utility vehicles, trucks and tractors, and mechanical equipment. Work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, and Mechanic III to plan and coordinate repairs, adjustments, and maintenance of all equipment to ensure it’s available for daily use on the golf course. You will report directly to the Golf Course Superintendent. The ideal candidate will be a team player who strives for excellence with a great attitude and strong work ethic. At least 3 years’ of well-rounded experience as head golf course mechanic, assistant golf course mechanic and/or related mechanical experience and skilled in the use of a wide variety of equipment repair tools, and the making of various types of mechanical repairs is required. LIFE ON THE MOUNTAIN Desert Mountain Club is one of the finest private residential communities in the world featuring world-class golf, indulgent amenities, and curated experiences. Located in the elevated foothills of the beautiful Sonoran Desert in North Scottsdale, Arizona, the club spans across 8,000 acres featuring: Seven signature golf courses (six of which are Jack Nicklaus) Seven unique restaurants - plus catering & events An award winning spa and fitness center Tennis and pickleball courts Dozens of hiking and biking trails Luxury camping at The Ranch We believe our employees are our greatest asset and are committed to fostering a culture of care, respect, and positivity with a sincere focus on the safety, health, and personal and professional growth of each and every employee. If you’re looking to join an incredible team, then Desert Mountain is the place for you! JOB DETAILS Essential Duties: Troubleshoot, inspect, diagnose, repair, and maintain equipment and equipment systems. This includes, but is not limited to, operator and equipment safety switch operation, engine tune-ups, carburetor adjustments, tire repair. Ensure safe and proper operation of hydraulic, brake, fuel, steering, electrical, and cooling systems. Repair engine/drive train assemblies, starters, cutting units, roller bearing and seals, carburetors, fuel pumps, hydraulic motors and hoses. Install batteries, tires, lights, and glass. Adjust, sharpen, and backlap reel mowers to ensure proper reel to bed knife adjustment and proper height-of-cut on all cutting units. Perform occasional welding, machining, bodywork and painting. Follow planned maintenance procedures and record keeping. Ensure proper shop safety and housekeeping procedures are followed. Maintain records of equipment service and repair, following established DMC guidelines. Maintain parts inventory necessary to effect equipment repairs. Record all service repairs on all Desert Mountain paperwork. Train, educate and mentor Mechanic I employees. Attend seminars and workshops to stay current with profession and golf course industry. Other duties as assigned by the supervisor. Physical Requirements & Working Conditions: Required to repair, maintain, and monitor equipment performance – Regularly Required to work in uncomfortable positions around equipment – Regularly Required to work on equipment in the field and away from the shop – Occasionally Outdoor working environment – Occasionally Exposed to extreme temperatures and inclement weather – Occasionally Noise level in the work environment – Usually moderate Must tolerate handling of native Sonoran desert plant material. Required to stand and walk – Frequently Required to stoop, kneel, and reach – Frequently Required to sit – Occasionally Required to lift, carry, push and/or pull up to 80 pounds – Frequently Required to talk or hear – Constantly Ability to drive a motor vehicle – Frequently Required specific vision abilities – close vision and distance vision Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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By Mystical Golf, - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Assistant Mechanic / Equipment Manger position We are a 36 hole golf resort facility We are looking for a motivated individual to join our team Will be responsible for repairing and servicing all golf course equipment Applicants will need to have their own common tools
- $13 - $15 Depending on experience
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By PGA National Resort & Spa, - updated August 24 - Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
The Mechanic will assist the Head mechanic/Equipment Manager in maintaining, repairing, and keeping in consistent working order all golf course equipment. Responsibilities include but are not limited to nylon line trimmers, chain saws, walking greens mowers, riding greens, tee, rough, approach, tee, collar, and intermediate rough mowers, backhoes, tractors, rototillers, aerifiers, top-dresses, etc. Assists with compliance of preventative programs for inventory levels of petroleum products, replacement parts, and shop supplies as established by the Director of Golf Course Maintenance/Golf Course Superintendent. Job Qualifications: Basic hand tools are needed. Availability to work Monday-Friday 6:00-AM-2:30PM (or earlier or later when needed) and weekends may be required at times. Weekend hours are 6:00AM-10:00AM Saturday and Sunday with a day off Monday or Tuesday to compensate for weekend work if needed. Overtime will be required if as business levels dictate but not often. Maintain a good working relationship with the golf course maintenance staff to insure communication regarding equipment repair needs.
- $14-$18 DOE
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By Philadelphia Cricket Club, - Flourtown, Pennsylvania
We are looking for a self-motivated individual with a mechanical aptitude to join our team. Ideal candidates should be organized, clean, honest, self-motivated, disciplined, a team player. Will be responsible for repairing and maintaining all golf course equipment, including company vehicles. As a team player, the equipment technician will be occasionally be asked to help on the golf course and with various projects. This will allow for involvement in multiple areas of the operation and not limit you to just the shop all day. At PCC we offer the ultimate work experience with a wide range of equipment and tools for you to accomplish tasks in an easy manner. Training under one of the top equipment managers in the industry, you will have an opportunity to advance in experience, perfect your skills, and be provided growth opportunities within Philadelphia Cricket Club. We also have an excellent equipment lease that allows for a rotation of new equipment. The club will be building an equipment technician toolbox so that you will have access to almost any tool you will ever need. We will also provide continuing education and training from various outside sources to help you grow as a Turf Equipment Technician.
- Based on Experience
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By Avila Golf and Country Club, - updated August 21 - Tampa, Florida
Avila is a classic and traditional club built in 1980. The club offers golfers and sports enthusiasts the luxuries and anonymity of Country Club entertaining. The signature golf course was redesigned in 1988 by developer Bob Sierra of Avila and partnered with Jack Nicklaus. The Assistant Mechanic will work closely with the Head Mechanic and Superintendent to make daily decisions involving the golf course equipment. This position is responsible for managing the equipment, planning equipment maintenance, and ordering parts. Avila Golf & Country Club has committed itself to providing members with outstanding playing conditions. The outstanding conditioning stems from well maintained equipment. The club expects the course to be maintained in a fashion, which places it among the best in the state.
- $16+ DOE
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By Rockwall Golf & Athletic club, - updated August 10 - Rockwall, Texas
Under the direction of the Equipment Manager/Superintendent, the Assistant Technician works to maintain and repair gas and diesel equipment used in the maintenance of an eighteen hole golf course. Essential Functions 1. Inspects, diagnoses, adjust and repair mechanical failures in various golf course equipment. 2. Inspects and adjust cutting units to specific cutting heights. 3. Performs emergency repairs on equipment when required. 4. Works with Equipment Manager in prioritizing equipment repairs. 5. Keeps shop and surrounding areas clean and organized. 6. Performs special projects delegated by management. 7. Ability to lift or move heavy objects up to 100 lbs. 8. Ability to work standing, sitting, kneeling and/or bending over long periods of time. 9. Ability to work in various weather conditions. 10. Ability to maintain a professional attitude. 11. Must have reliable transportation. 12. Must be willing to work overtime when needed. Rockwall Golf & Athletic Club is an 18 hole member only golf course located on Lake Hubbard with a full range of activities for its members. This is a year round full time hourly position.
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By Summitpointe Golf Club, - Milpitas, California
Position Overview: Under the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent, the Assistant Mechanic at Summitpointe Golf Club works in the repair and maintenance of various gasoline and diesel-powered golf maintenance equipment. The Assistant Mechanic also assists in maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building, contributes to a preventative maintenance program, and warrants safety procedures as a top priority. Responsibilities: Communicates any needs or problems relating to maintenance or repair of equipment with the Superintendent. Inspects diagnoses, adjusts and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various pieces of golf course maintenance equipment on a regular basis. Works with Superintendent to prioritize equipment repair and maintenance work Sets up and modifies new equipment as needed. Repairs and adjusts engines and cutting mechanisms on various heavy and light mowing equipment. Keeps maintenance equipment fueled, oiled and inspected; and performs related tasks as required. Keep up with preventative maintenance schedule, i.e. oil, grease, air, gas, etc. Inspect equipment on course. Perform other duties as assigned
- Commensurate to experience
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By Paradise Valley Country Club, - updated July 21 - PARADISE VALLEY, Arizona
The Assistant Mechanic assists our Equipment Manager in the repair and maintenance of the golf course's motorized equipment. Responsibilities include: performing a variety of mechanical repairs and maintenance work, including servicing motorized equipment overhauling, repairing, services and lubricating automotive and other powered equipment inspecting equipment for operating deficiencies and making routine adjustments where necessary filling automotive equipment with gas and oil inspecting, changing and repairing tires cleaning working area after repair work is completed maintaining operating records; performing body repair and painting work repairing and adjusting engine and cutting mechanisms on variety of heavy and light mowing equipment
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By Union League National Golf Club, - updated July 17 - Swainton, New Jersey
Union League National Golf Club is seeking an Assistant Equipment Technician. Our experienced Equipment Manager will guide the Assistant Equipment Technician to learn all aspects of managing and maintaining a golf course equipment fleet. Job duties include, but are not limited to: Make major and minor mechanical repairs on a variety of gasoline and diesel-powered equipment. Keep all equipment in efficient, operable condition at all times. Assist in maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building. Contribute to a preventative maintenance operation. Place safety as a top priority. Communicate any needs or problems relating to maintenance or repair of equipment with Equipment Manager and/or turf management team. Inspect, adjust, diagnose, and repair mechanical failures/defects in various golf course maintenance equipment Daily inspection of equipment as it comes off the golf course, reel to bed knife contact, mechanical issues, proper cleaning, etc. Mower grinding/sharpening. Proficient operating knowledge of all golf course equipment. Perform related tasks as required. This is a great opportunity for someone driven to work in this field, as the Union League has future plans for expansion in golf. A positive attitude and willingness to learn is a must. This position will directly report to the Head Golf Course Superintendent and Equipment Manager.
- Commensurate with experience
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By Hawks Ridge Golf Club, - updated July 1 - Ball Ground, Georgia
Hawks Ridge Golf Club Ball Ground, GA 30107 Duties: Responsible for the maintenance and repairs of all golf course equipment. Responsible for assisting the Equipment Manager in operations of the golf course maintenance department. Reports to: Equipment Manager, Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Specific Responsibilities: 1. Inspects, diagnoses, adjusts and repairs mechanical, electrical defects/failures in various pieces of golf course maintenance equipment on a regular basis. 2. Overhaul, replace and rebuild equipment including engines, brakes, transmissions, differentials, suspension, body, drive/PTO shafts, steering, pumps, reels, rollers, wheel/spindle assemblies. 3. Maintain shop in an orderly condition, keeping work areas clean and tools put away in appropriate locations. 4. Communicates any needs or problems relating to maintenance or repair of equipment with the Equipment Manager and/or Assistant Superintendent. 5. Works with the Equipment Manager to prioritize equipment repair and maintenance work. 6. Sets up and modifies equipment as needed. 7. Sharpen reels, bed knifes and blades with grinders to include relief grinding when necessary. 8. Keep up with preventative maintenance schedule, i.e. oil, grease, air, gas, ect. 9. Perform equipment recovery operations. 10. Understand basic electrical, hydraulic, 2&4 cycle engine systems to include troubleshooting. 11. Inspect Reel mowers after days cut, sharpen and adjust cutting height as needed. 12. Perform other duties as assigned.
- $15-$17/hr DOE
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