Golf Course Superintendent
- 47Golf Course Superintendent
- 3Superintendent/General Manager
- 124Assistant Superintendent
- 302nd Assistant Superintendent
- 1Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 33Equipment/Shop Manager
- 32Turf Equipment Technician
- 7Assistant Equipment Technician
- 20Spray/Applications Technician
- 20Irrigation Technician
- 2Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 4Sports Turf Manager
- 2Sports Turf Technician
- 4Landscape Manager
- 5Landscape Technician
- 4Lawn Care Technician
- 1Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 2Crew Foreman
- 3Equipment Operator
- 18Grounds Staff
- 13Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 9Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
By Polo Park East RO Assoc, - Davenport, Florida
Polo Park East Golf Club in Davenport Florida is interviewing for Full Time golf course Superintendent. Pay dependent on experience. Polo Park is a drug free work place. Superintendent will be involved in all facets of golf course maintenance and agronomy program, including fertilizer/chemical application, water management, irrigation diagnostics and repair, course set up, mowing, and management of a team. Assists with planning, scheduling, instructing, training and directing personnel in the performance of golf course maintenance procedures and job responsibilities
- $44,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Woodlands Golf & Country Club, - Columbia, South Carolina
Responsibilities • Maintains all grounds including the golf course, clubhouse surrounds and other maintainable property • Supervises all planting, fertilizing and chemical applications, and other care of turf, plants, shrubs and trees on the golf course and clubhouse surrounds • Hires, supervises, and develops grounds maintenance staff and other employees in the maintenance department • Coordinates scheduling of all personnel assigned to the department • Communicates frequently with the General Manager and Managing Partner to discuss activities, goals, plans and member/guest feedback • Prepares and manages annual budget plan for the golf course maintenance operation on an annual basis • Maintains inventory and oversees all repairs and scheduled maintenance of all golf course maintenance equipment • Implements and enforces comprehensive safety program for employees of the maintenance department • Supervises maintenance and operation of drainage, irrigation, and other mechanical watering systems • Develops chemical and fertilizing plan on an annual basis • Ensures that the golf course is providing healthy and high-quality playing conditions for guests of the property • Prepares and maintains all recordkeeping for maintenance department (i.e., inventory files, fuel, fertilization, and chemical application logs) • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor or manager.
- $55,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Isleta Resort and Casino, - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Essential Functions and Responsibilities: This list of tasks is illustrative ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. It does not imply that all positions within the class perform all of the duties listed, nor does it necessarily list all possible duties that may be assigned. Departmental Leadership: Trains operators in proper use of the equipment. Oversees and participates in the operation and maintenance of pumps, irrigation, sprinklers, clocks, reading meters, and drainage systems. Tracks daily records of maintenance activities such as chemicals applied, fuel consumption, grass seed used, etc. Works closely with the Director of Golf and Head Golf Professional to coordinate maintenance schedules, special events, and daily play requirements. Works closely with the Sr. Director of Recreation Services to coordinate maintenance schedules and special events. Orders supplies, materials, and equipment and ensures all tools and supplies are properly and securely stored. Conducts course inspections to ensure the best possible & safe playing conditions. Coordinates driving range maintenance with the Director of Golf and Head Golf Professional. Ensures an open and welcoming atmosphere that promotes skill enhancement and overall safety. Greets players/guests, maintains a friendly and inviting atmosphere, and promotes positive player/guest relations through prompt, courteous, and efficient service. Gives basic instruction on all promotions and special events to staff and guests as needed. Assists in preparing and administers the Maintenance annual budget. Coordinates with other Isleta Golf Club personnel to accomplish approved projects in a timely and efficient manner. Leads and oversees daily construction repairs and maintenance. Supervises the repair and maintenance of all mechanical and motorized equipment. Personnel & Administrative Tasks: Monitors staff performance, behavior, and attendance to ensure adherence to all Isleta Resort and Casino SOPs and directs disciplinary action as warranted. Increases the Golf’s Maintenance Department effectiveness by recruiting, interviewing, selecting, promoting, training, coaching, counseling, assigns and delegates work, disciplining, reassigning, and terminating employees as needed. Schedules and plans shift schedules, calendars, communicates departmental and organizational goals, and identifies opportunities for improvement. Ensures department is properly staffed and motivated to exceed the Isleta Resort and Casino’s goals and objectives. Grants and/or denies PTO Requests as they pertain to scheduling. Conducts planning sessions and performance reviews. Enforces department standards, objectives, and policy that are in accordance with the Isleta Resort and Casino’s organizational mission. Maintains a skilled, trained, and motivated staff through continuous communication, feedback, and effective customer service training. Resolves, both, internal and external player/guest issues and problems in a timely and professional manner. Conducts annual evaluations of the employees Occasionally performs duties of subordinates and other duties as need.
- $62,700 to $85,000 per year
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By Gallery Golf Club, - Marana, Arizona
The Gallery Golf Club is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of Superintendent. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality environment and be highly focused on providing superior playing conditions for our members and their guests. The Superintendent will work along side the Director of Agronomy in all aspects of managing the golf course and training staff. We are looking for a detail oriented leader to help take the club to the next level of course conditioning. The Gallery Golf Club is a very high end private club that provides us with every resource we need to be successful. Key Responsibilities of the Superintendent: · Works with the Director of Agronomy to ensure that the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans are maintained and followed. · Supervises and assists maintenance staff in daily duties. · Assists in the planning, organizing and direction of the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. · Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants. · Ensures that construction equipment is properly maintained. · Assists in the procurement of supplies and materials and ensures costs remain within budgetary limitations. · Keeps records of annual maintenance activities and costs and assists with the preparation of required prepares reports. · Follows sound purchasing procedures utilizing preferred vendors, when possible. · Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents. · Coordinates snow removal (depending upon facility location). · Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations. · Ensures associates obtain proper license needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. · Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician. · Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. · Monitors business volume forecast and plans accordingly in areas of manpower, productivity, costs and other expenses. · Incorporates safe work practices in job performance.
- $70,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Pelican Bay Golf Club, - Daytona Beach, Florida
Seeking a skilled Golf Course Superintendent. This is a challenging opportunity for someone with experience in all aspects of turf grass management. Please, apply with your resume and cover letter if interested. Email to PelicanBayGolfClub1@outlook.com
- $50,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Wildflower Country Club, - updated June 2 - Temple, Texas
We are Invited. At Invited, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. Invited reflects our proud history of inclusiveness and captures our welcoming spirit. Our unprecedented collection of more than 200 golf and country, city, and stadium clubs share a common goal- building relationships and enriching lives. The time has come to build on our traditions and write new chapters. We welcome you to join us. Invited. Where You Belong. Wildflower Country Club Wildflower Country Club is a natural gem in the Temple golf community. Nestled among rolling, green hills and graced with meandering natural ponds, Wildflower’s 18-hole golf course has some of the most unrivaled holes in the Central Texas area. Designed by Leon Howard, Wildflower offers a challenging and rewarding experience for the avid golfer, whether novice or professional. Opened for play in 1987, Wildflower has been the host of several Texas golf tournaments. The club annually hosts the Starburst Junior Golf Classic and TAPPS 5A State Championship. The Texas State Amateur qualifying has been conducted at Wildflower, in addition to the TGA Father-Son Championship.The current Wildflower course record is held by three professional golfers; Andy Dillard, Cade Stone and Lance Combrink. Job Summary The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for the successful operation of the Golf Course Maintenance Department and Clubhouse Grounds Maintenance. The Superintendent works closely with the General Manager on capital improvement expansion projects, as well as interaction with the Head Golf Professional to maximize the number of rounds of golf played by scheduling maintenance practices around Member play and outings to maximize efficiency is essential. Day-to-Day Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications Conduct performance evaluations of Golf Course Maintenance staff and crew as directed in a timely basis. Provide appropriate feedback to staff, and recommendations to Senior Management regarding compensation, advancement, and training needs. Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary. Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services. Develop relationships with members to promote golf activities. Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management.
- $75,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Butterfield Trail Golf Club, - El Paso, Texas
Location: El Paso, Texas Salary: TBD Type: Full Time - Experienced Categories: Assistant superintendent, Golf Course Superintendent Preferred Education: Associates Degree Certifications Class A Essential Duties Manages and supervises direct-report staff by coordinating, assigning, and reviewing work to ensure compliance with policies and procedures; Conducts employee evaluations, introductory and annual; makes recommendations for hiring, promoting, and releasing employees; Initiates and administers corrective action, as necessary, according to the Employee Manual; Mentors employees to full potential and ensures appropriate training is given to meet the standards of the position held; Establishes procedures to assure the highest standards of risk management, employee safety, and risk avoidance; Responsible for thoroughly investigating, reviewing, and addressing department or division accidents to prevent future occurrences and control risk management-related costs; Establishes work priorities and plans and organizes the workloads and daily schedule for golf course personnel, assigns tasks to direct reports and to others via the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent; Oversees the timekeeping of golf course personnel, makes decisions regarding time off requests and overtime, and prepares and delivers accurate time records to the department timekeeper for bi-weekly payroll processing; Reviews and approves the evaluations of staff supervised by the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent on an introductory and/or annual basis, and reviews individual progress and directs changes, if necessary; Meets Weekly with ownership and the General Manager on the general condition of the golf course and plans for improvement; Participates with the PGA Golf Professional and various committees to develop, implement, and update the Golf Course Master Plan; Solicits input and receives feedback from user groups and customers at the golf course regarding the condition of the course; Develops and creates maintenance procedures to ensure course playability and marks golf course to permit the playing of the game within the USGA Rules & Golf at all times; Responds to and evaluates problem situations involving the golf course grounds and facilities; determines the appropriate course of action, including corrective and preventive measures to ensure course playability and customer satisfaction; reviews completed jobs to ensure proper methods were used to arrive at a satisfactory completion under given circumstance; Prepares department budget and assists with budget entry and presentation; Assures that assigned areas of responsibility are performed within budget; performs cost control activities; monitors expenditures in the assigned area to assure sound fiscal control; assures effective and efficient use of budgeted funds, personnel, materials, facilities, and time; Obtains quotes and prepares purchase requisitions for procurement of necessary equipment, supplies, and materials or may delegate these tasks to the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent; Performs and/or directs turf maintenance and repairs on the fairways, roughs, tee boxes, and driving range, including sodding, mowing, trimming, and other related landscaping activities utilizing mowers, trimmers, edgers, and various hand and power tools; Performs and/or directs turf, weed control, raking leaves, cutting down and disposing of dead and/or diseased trees, pruning, fertilizing, and administering chemical applications using sprayers and fertilizer spreaders and various hand and power tools; Waters and/or directs the watering of the golf course using automatic, manual, quick couplers, hoses, and pipe sprinklers; Operates and programs sprinkler system on boxes, greens, and fairways as required by turf conditions; Performs seasonal golf course preventive maintenance and minor repair work, including painting or installing golf course equipment. Minor repairs include sprinkler system, aerators, and related hardware; Maintains accurate records and prepares reports, as required; Contributes to a high-quality work culture through participation in training and mentoring to develop skills, including safety-related training and skills; Interacts professionally and provides excellent customer service to all levels of staff and citizens, to ensure high operational and service standards; OTHER IMPORTANT DUTIES Makes public presentations and represents the City on committees, boards, and civic organizations while conducting outside City-related activities; Will be required to work outside of normal business hours, including weekends and holidays; Must maintain required license(s) and/or certification(s); Maintains the confidentiality of information obtained during the performance of duties; and Performs such other duties as may be assigned. The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. Required: Turf grass Management Certificate or Associate’s Degree in a related field; Specialized technical training in related chemical application and storage; Five (5) years of experience in golf course maintenance operations; Class A Membership in the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GSCAA) within six (6) years from the date of hire; Two (2) years of supervisory experience; Valid Pesticide License issued by the Texas Department of Agriculture within ninety (90) days from the date of hire; Valid Drivers License Or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Desired: Current Class A Membership in the GCSAA. Experience with courses located in the desert southwest
- $50,000 to $67,000 per year
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By Hyatt Hills Golf Complex, - updated June 1 - Clark, New Jersey
Hyatt Hills Golf Complex is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of Golf Course Superintendent. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality environment and be highly focused on providing superior service. Hyatt Hills Golf Complex located in Clark, New Jersey is a 9-hole golf course ranging from 3,350 to 2,625 yards. Featuring bentgrass tees, greens, fairways, and bluegrass/fescue rough, it promises to be an enjoyable test for all calibers of players. The putting and chipping area as well as a 50-station driving range, including 11 covered and heating, allow you to always work on your game. Key Responsibilities of the Golf Course Superintendent: Prepares and maintains the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans. Plans, organizes and directs the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants Ensures that maintenance equipment is properly maintained. Procures supplies and materials within budgetary limitations. Keeps record of annual maintenance activities and costs. Prepares reports. Implements sound purchasing procedures utilizing preferred vendors, when possible. Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents. Coordinates snow removal (depending upon facility location). Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations. Ensures that they and all associates obtain proper training and/or licenses needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. Ensures proper mixing, calibration, and application of all chemical/fertilizers used on the course. Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Assistant Superintendent, 2nd Assistant Superintendent, Head Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician. Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance. Minimum Qualifications for the Golf Course Superintendent: Mechanically inclined preferred Associate’s degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; and two to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience (Degree preference in agronomy/ horticulture/ plant/soil science). Must have a valid Driver’s License. Other Qualifications: Possesses Pesticide License. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
- $80,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club North Course, - Coto De Caza, California
We are Invited. At Invited, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. Invited reflects our proud history of inclusiveness and captures our welcoming spirit. Our unprecedented collection of more than 200 golf and country, city, and stadium clubs share a common goal- building relationships and enriching lives. The time has come to build on our traditions and write new chapters. We welcome you to join us. Invited. Where You Belong. Coto de Caza Offers Top Orange County Golf Courses With two Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed courses, Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club offers 36 holes of truly spectacular golf. The stunning North Course, opened in 1987, is a 7,162-yard gem revered by pros and amateurs alike. The newer and slightly shorter South Course winds through the Coto canyon, with players only able to view the hole they are playing. Our comprehensive golf program boasts an in-house Golf Academy, a fully stocked pro shop and a robust calendar of tournaments and events, making Coto de Caza one of Orange County's top golf experiences. The Sun Never Sets on a Robert Trent Jones Course Robert Trent Jones Jr. is one of the most well-known golf course architects in the world. He comes from a family steeped in golf history as his father is famed architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. and his brother is Rees Jones, the architect who recently remodeled both Bethpage Black and Torrey Pines South. Robert Trent Jones Jr. has built his reputation by utilizing the natural topography of the land to provide a sustainable and playable golf course. The most recognized of Trent Jones Jr's designs are Chambers Bay in Washington, Poppy Hills and Links at Spanish Bay in Pebble Beach and Poipu Bay in Hawaii. He has designed or renovated more than 300 golf courses worldwide and had 9 among Golf Digest's top 100 you can play. The North Course The North Course at Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club is regarded as one of the best courses in Orange County. It provides few birdie opportunities with plenty of trouble to punish errant shots. Providing a little more space off the tee, the North instead puts more pressure on a player’s short game and iron play in order to score well. Job Summary The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for the successful operation of the Golf Course Maintenance Department and Clubhouse Grounds Maintenance. The Superintendent works closely with the Director of Golf Course Maintenance and the General Manager on capital improvement expansion projects, as well as interaction with the Head Golf Professional to maximize the number of rounds of golf played by scheduling maintenance practices around Member play and outings to maximize efficiency is essential. Day-to-Day Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications Conduct performance evaluations of Golf Course Maintenance staff and crew as directed in a timely basis. Provide appropriate feedback to staff, and recommendations to Senior Management regarding compensation, advancement, and training needs. Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary. Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services. Develop relationships with members to promote golf activities. Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management.
- $120,000 to $130,000 per year
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By ST. JOHNSBURY COUNTRY CLUB, - updated May 28 - Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
St Johnsbury Country Club is a Willie & Mungo Parks/Geofrey Cornish design located in Saint Johnsbury, Vermont. The course is a Vermont must play and is known for the quality of its layout and conditioning. We are looking for a hard working, self motivated individual who wants to grow with us and takes pride in a job well done. The superintendent will report directly to the Owner and/or General Manager. The Golf Couse Superintendent is responsible for the successful operation of all golf course facilities including but not limited to: clubhouse grounds, parking lot, landscape areas, golf course, practice facilities, maintenance facilities, etc. A minimum of 5 years experience working as a first assistant or superintendent. Cool season bent grass greens management. Ability to calibrate and apply pesticides and fertilizer applications. Our ideal candidate should possess strong analytical and problem solving skills and be organized and efficient. Must have a high attention to detail and solid communication and interpersonal skills. Safely operate standard golf course maintenance equipment including but not limited to: all mowers, aeration, chain saw, tractors, backhoes, sprayers, etc. Run a professional and organized maintenance building, write schedules for staff and assign daily work assignments, maintain inventory of chemicals and supplies. Make sure that operators are trained to operate equipment correctly and communicate effectively with operators and mechanics to ensure that problems with equipment are addressed in a prompt and efficient manner. Manage Rainbird computerized irrigation system, modify or set programs and manage pump house operations. Perform irrigation repairs when necessary. This is a hands on position. When the golf course closes for the season ( Nov 1-15, off season responsibilities include golf course projects and tree maintenance- weather permitting, supervising and working with mechanic on servicing and preparing turf equipment for the season, plowing, maintaining and monitoring greens for ice buildup and whatever projects we can do to improve the quality of the facility and guest experience.
- $65,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Petaluma Golf & Country Club, - updated May 23 - Petaluma, California
Are you looking to advance in your career? Are you looking for your first Superintendent role at a Private Club? Would you like to be an integral part of the leadership team at Petaluma Golf & Country Club with duties that help support the success of the property and the experience of our guests? Would you thrive in a role where you could use the latest innovations in technology and science in the field of golf course planning and maintenance to help produce high end results? Are you dedicated to the environment and driven to find creative solutions to preserve and protect it? If you are great at developing relationships and managing people to reach their fullest potential and the solid technical acumen and ability to help drive “green initiatives” for our property, we have the opportunity for you! THE FACILITY: Celebrating it’s 100th year of operation this year, Petaluma Golf & Country club is a beloved private facility located in the beautiful rolling hills of Petaluma, CA. Founded in 1922 thanks to the dedicated work of the founders and the generosity of the McNear family, who gifted 80 acres for the golf course and clubhouse on May’s Hill. The historic clubhouse, designed by Brainerd Jones, a noted local architect was completed in 1924. 33 acres were added in 1943, leading to the addition of three new holes in 1944. Over the years, numerous improvements have been made to the club including the addition of a swimming pool and a second parking lot to accommodate the robust membership. While these additions have enhanced the club for the members, the club has not lost any of the original charm and is viewed as a local treasure among the residents of Petaluma and the golf community of Sonoma County. COURSE INFO: A classic Roger Baird golf course design. Designed with multiple locations for tee boxes on each hole, it creates a challenging and fun layout for 9 or 18 holes. Greens are a Bent/Poa Annua mix and tees/fairways/roughs are rye. POSITION PROFILE: Maintain the appearance and safety of the course by diagnosing and treating agronomic issues; supervising irrigation scheduling and repairs; maintaining a wide variety of turf grasses in extreme climatic conditions; managing course preparations for tournament and daily play; integrating environmental programs specializing in IPM (Integrated Pest Management); overseeing maintenance of the golf cart fleet; coordinating, scheduling, and supervising capital improvement projects. Manage maintenance operations involved in providing maintenance of greens, fairways, tees, sand traps, bodies of water, roughs, maintenance shop, golf carts, clubhouse, entryways. Responsibility for the selection, training, assignment and assessment and development of maintenance staff, providing corrective action as needed; team building, holding safety meetings to ensure the highest level of safety for all maintenance staff. Ensure daily course set up meets company and USGA playing standards. Continually follow up to ensure tasks are being completed timely and to the appropriate standards and that equipment is set up and operating properly. The superintendent embodies the company core value of Environmental Stewardship through conservation, regeneration, restoration, and sustainable practices. Who we’re looking for: CourseCo, Inc is seeking qualified superintendents who are Class A GCSAA members for the Petaluma Golf & Country Club located in Petaluma, CA. The course is a year-round 9-hole, with +/-35,000 annual rounds. This position is ideal for a Superintendent looking to grow in their career within a major golf course management company. We offer internal and external training and development opportunities. Will consider new or first time Superintendents. QUALIFICATIONS: A 2-4 year degree in Turf or related field or a Turfgrass/Landscape maintenance certificate preferred. Experience: 2 years with supervisory experience a plus. Experience in golf course product application and water management. Experience with Rainbird irrigation system preferred. Microsoft office and excel skills also preferred. Must be a self-starter with good troubleshooting skills and have the ability to self-evaluate. Special: Ability to obtain a California QAL pesticide license within 6 months of employment. Schedule: Early mornings to mid-afternoons Monday-Friday. Early mornings on weekends. Every other weekend off. Golf course is open year-round. Job Skills: Following is a non-inclusive list of desired skill set for this position. Ability to coordinate and perform product application Water Management An understanding of agronomics related to plant health and soil management An understanding and commitment to Environmental Management Mathematic, budgetary and computers skills Ability to perform golf course maintenance operational tasks An understanding of golf course equipment operation and repair Ability to manage diverse employee population COMPENSATION/BENEFITS: Annual Salary: $90,000 - $105,000 Benefits include: Shared health plan, GCSAA dues, vacation, sick leave, a daily on-site meal, cell phone expenses and approved education. SEND RESUMES TO: Lance Iwanaka, Senior Operations Manager We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law. Petaluma Golf & Country Club, CourseCo, Inc
- $90,000 to $105,000 per year
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By Lakeside Country Club, - updated May 22 - Houston, Texas
Lakeside Country Club located in Houston, Texas is seeking a Golf Course Superintendent to assist in a complete transformation with architect Jay Blasi. With the new design, the rerouting of a new layout and the creation of a new 5-hole short course, the goal of Lakeside is to be best in class in the Houston area and in the state of Texas. The newly constructed course is set to reopen in November. ABOUT LAKESIDE COUNTRY CLUB: Lakeside Country Club was founded in 1951 as a Private Country Club, and we currently have approximately 1000 members. Club acreage is approximately 209 acres and we offer the following amenities: 18-hole golf course, 12 Har-tru tennis courts, fitness center, swimming pools, and a 90,000 square foot clubhouse. Club Mission statement: To provide an environment where employees are treated with dignity and respect, to inspire a passion for service, and to encourage professional development that will enable employees to create value and make a difference. Club highlights: Maintenance budget: $3 million Capital budget: 2024 Capital: $700,000. 2025 Capital: 1.5 million (new shop renovation) Staff size - 25+ Full Time on Golf Course Maintenance Team. POSITION OVERVIEW: The Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Director of Golf Course Maintenance (DGC). Under the DGC’s supervision, the Golf Course 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 Golf Course Superintendent may serve in the DGC’s capacity during his/her absence. Opportunity for full construction and golf course grow in experience. Opportunities to manage small teams with different construction processes, including: Putting green drainage and greens mix installation Tee drainage and sand cap installation Green surround drainage and sand cap installation 2” Fairway seepage drainage installation Bunker construction, including 4” pipe and Bunker Solutions liner installation RainBird 2-wire system installation and operation, including Rain Bird CirrusPRO HDPE pipe installation SUCCESS TRAITS OF INDIVIDUAL: Professionalism, punctuality, dependability. Considerate, friendly, an exceptional ability to work within a team environment. Excellent communication skills is a must. Positive attitude and desire to be a part of close-knit club community including long tenured staff members ranging from 10-40 years of experience. Dedicated to advancing within the industry, and eager to gain experience in all facets of golf course maintenance and construction. INITIAL PRIORITIES OF POSITION: Assist in the golf course construction and grow-in to help Lakeside Country Club achieve world-class playing conditions on a daily basis. Assists in planning and supervising the agronomic inputs and maintenance of greens, tees, and fairways; schedules work and supervises the employees and the use of the equipment. Leads instruction to equipment operators on the operation and care of mowing and other equipment; supervises pesticide applications and/or operates and calibrates pesticide application equipment; supervises and participates in the operation and maintenance of pumps, and in the maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems. Leads in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety, personnel discipline and may also modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES, SKILLS, APTITUDE AND OTHER TRAITS: Agronomic Must be able to develop and implement basic agronomic programs using primary and secondary cultural practices with regard to drainage, soil structure, irrigation, fertility, pest control, height of cut and traffic wear. Strong technical and analytical focus to ensure optimal agronomic, water, soil and environmental management programs. Consistently seeks out best in class conditioning methodology including tools and practices. Understands regulatory, construction, surface and stormwater planning. Successful experience in similar or more challenging climates. Results-oriented cultural, fertility and pesticide programming. Establishes and maintains golf course maintenance operations and facilities to help create a safe, productive, and enjoyable environment for employees, as well as golfers and onsite visitors. Leadership Humble, trustworthy, strong character and impeccable integrity. Demonstrates creativity, flexibility, outside the box thinking and assures consistent achievement of goals. Lead by example approach to setting standards of operation. Develop a workplace culture reflective of top performing organizations and ensure consistent focus on motivating and retaining employees, and promoting ethics and values. Collaborative in nature, and ability to work effectively with various constituents. Equipment Management Communicates any needs or problems relating to maintenance or repair of equipment with the Equipment Manager. Prioritizes equipment repair and maintenance work with the Equipment Manager. Keeps maintenance equipment fueled and inspected; and performs related tasks as required. Irrigation/Water Management Daily inspection of the pump house to ensure proper operation. Monthly recording of water use. Inventory and ordering of all irrigation associated parts and products. Programming and operation of the Rain Bird Modular 2-Wire Decoder control system. Scheduling and organization of annual preventative maintenance to pumping station. Routine inspection and upkeep of pump station water filter.Manage Buffalo Bayou wells and submit monthly groundwater withdrawal reports. Assists the DGC in the maintenance of and associated work of the practice facilities, event lawn, salt water bodies, fresh water bodies, irrigation lake, storm water pumping systems, comfort stations, wash pads and all other associated golf course building. Chemical and Fertility Performs routine safety inspections on all spraying and fertilizer equipment. Maintains chemical and fertilizer storage and mixing/filling areas in compliance with county, state, and federal regulations and is responsible for the safety and direction of chemical/fertilizer handlers and/or helpers. Responsible for properly mixing and applying herbicides, fungicides, or insecticides to associated turf grasses, trees, and shrubs. Manages all spray and fertilizer applications on a daily to weekly basis and reports to the DGC. Equipment Operation & Care Strong understanding of golf course equipment from mowers, skid-loader, aerifiers, sprayers, small equipment. Ensures that the equipment cooling system is working at all times; refills fuel and oil daily; cleans equipment daily, and reports equipment problems or failures to the DGC and Equipment Manager. Provides basic preventative maintenance on equipment as directed by the DGC and for returning equipment to the designated location at the maintenance facility. Responsible for training and safety Administrative/Communication Payroll information (including regular and overtime hours, sick time, vacation time, etc.) for the entire golf course maintenance staff. Manages yearly agronomic calendar for chemical and fertilizer applications. Tracks and manages all hours for staff employees to maximize overtime potential. Communicates with all different types of vendors to complete cost comparison sheets for bidding. Communicates with the golf shop daily. This includes closures, frost delays, cover deployment and any range maintenance that needs to be completed. Manages all contracted services accounts. This includes Dryject services, summer maintenance projects, soil sampling and any other work being completed on the golf course. Evaluates and completes all departmental employee annual reviews including 90 day reviews and the associated work in cooperation with club’s Human Resources Department. Leads all safety training delivered to the departmental employees required by the club. Manages all on-the-job injuries in cooperation with the club’s Human Resources Department. Handles hiring and firing duties. Attends all green committee meetings and acts as the secretary in coalition with the Green Committee Chairman for notetaking. Manages all SDS files. Manages the dispatching of employees for daily tasks, posting assignments, tracking workflow and recording hourly employee’ in/out, etc. Leads and assists the DGC with the preparation of the operational and capital budgets. Produces monthly budget variance reports. Maintains records and files for the golf course maintenance operation. PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Requires a minimum of two years turfgrass experience as an assistant or a minimum of a 4 year turfgrass or related degree. Requires working knowledge of the maintenance of golf course tees, fairways, greens; the seeding and maintenance practices for golf course turf; the planting, cultivation, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs and trees; the characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers and soil conditioners; herbicides and pest control methods and materials; drainage control methods; and irrigation system, including wells, pumps and automatic controls. Requires ability to schedule and supervise maintenance work to achieve the most efficient utilization of workers and equipment; to prepare clear and concise reports; and to maintain effective employee and public relations. Requires valid driver’s license. Requires current state certification or licensing as a pesticide applicator. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Salary - $90,000+ dependent on experience Health, Dental, Vision and Voluntary Life Insurance available. Family coverage is available. Insurance plans are available the first of the month following employment. Life Insurance Short Term and Long Term Disability- Provided for you after one year of employment. 401k Plan- Eligible to participate after one year of employment. The club provides 3% contribution to all eligible employees. Employees are 100% vested as soon as they become eligible. Meals- Employee meals are provided. Golfing privileges, uniforms provided, association dues paid to GCSAA and state/local chapter, regional and national educational/seminar travel expense, relocation assistance. Vacation: 2 weeks paid vacation for the first two years and increase as per Club Policy thereafter. The first year of vacation will be split one week upon hire and one week after completion of six months of employment. Sick Pay: The club shall provide 1 week after one year of service and two weeks per year thereafter. Expected work schedule: During construction until the management team grows: 55 hours if not working the weekend. 75-80 hours if working the weekend. Managers will split every other weekend. Once the golf course opens the hours will be 50-70 hours depending on if the individual is working the weekend or not.
- $90,000 to $90,000 per year
- 1,299 views
By Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club, - updated May 20 - Palm City, Florida
Harbour Ridge Yacht and Country Club is located in Palm City Florida on the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. The Golf Course Superintendent position is on the River Ridge course. This is a Pete and PB Dye design. The course was renovated in 2015 with Tif Eagle greens and Celebration fairways and rough. The irrigation system is HDPE pipe with Toro Lynx satellite controllers and Infinity heads. The club is a private equity owned club with 695 members. The Golf Course Superintendent on the River Ridge course will work closely with the Golden Marsh Golf Course Superintendent and the Director for Greens and Grounds Maintenance.
- $90,000 to $100,000 per year
- 1,669 views
By Bristol Oaks Golf Course, - updated May 20 - Bristol, Wisconsin
Bristol Oaks Golf Course is a privately owned public golf course in southeastern Wisconsin. It is an ideal location for golf outings, weddings, and other events in the region, and is a very popular stop for golfers from Illinois as well as locally. The Superintendent plays a key role at the club, and will be compensated accordingly with bonuses and additional income potential beyond the base salary for "special projects. " The superintendent position is a full time year round position, however generous time off is given during the offseason to compensate for the heavier work load during the season. Responsible for maintenance of 18 hole golf course and practice facility with 25,000 rounds and 50 outings annually Assist with golf course equipment maintenance and repair Perform repairs to irrigation system as needed to keep system up and running Plan and implement chemical and fertilizer applications and cultural practices Manage golf course maintenance staff to ensure productivity, and that the golf course playability and look meets expectations Maintain and improve golf course appearance and aesthetics by refurbishing golf course accessories Plan and maintain flower beds and containers Operate within budget, and keep good financial records Plan and make acquisitions annually to address equipment and other needs
- $65,000 to $75,000 per year
- 1,034 views
By Black Bear Golf Club, - updated May 16 - Eustis, Florida
Black Bear Golf Club is a P. B. Dye design 18-hole golf facility located in Eustis, FL. Eustis is about 40 minutes north of Orlando and 45 minutes southwest of Daytona Beach, FL. We are looking for a motivated and passionate superintendent or first assistant who wants to come aboard and provide a consistant and improving quality golf course and well maintained facility. The candidate must have at least 3 years of experience with warm season Bermuda greens management and a strong agronomic background. The ability to recognize and treat turf disease and to calibrate and apply pesticides and fertilizer applications for warm season grasses and conditions is essential. The Superintendent will report directly to the owners The superintendent is required to: Possess the ability to hire, terminate, plan, assign, and direct staff activities. Safely operate standard golf course maintenance equipment including but not limited to mowers, aeration equipment, tractors, backhoe, sprayers, etc. This is a hands-on position. Run a professional and organized maintenance building, write schedules for staff and assign daily work assignments, maintain inventory of chemicals and supplies and chemical application records. Work with and supervise staff in all areas of irrigation repairs and maintenance. Have the experience necessary to manage a hydraulic computerized irrigation system, modify or set programs and manage pump house operations. Supervises all planting, fertilizing and chemical applications, and other care of turf, plants, shrubs and trees on the course. Maintains all grounds including the golf course and clubhouse areas. Participate in the decision making process to determine short and long term course projects to work on. We want a superintendent who wants to make the course their own. Establish relationships with our vendors and ensure that the purchasing of chemicals is done competitively. Work with management to plan and implement a "game plan" for weekly, monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly and annual applications. Candidate should have a strong eye for detail and understand the importance of following up on tasks assigned to make sure that they are done correctly and efficiently. A hands-on management style with team building and motivational abilities is important. Hire, train and terminate employees for the maintenance department and make sure that operators know how to operate equipment correctly and communicate effectively with operators regarding their job expectations and performance. Ability to communicate with a highly skilled turf mechanic to ensure that problems with equipment are addressed in a prompt and efficient manner and provide feedback relative to any maintenance that is needed. Ensure that parts are being procured in a cost-effective manner. This is a hands-on position. We have a small but solid crew and a first rate mechanic who maintains a large fleet of owned turf equipment.
- $48,000 to $60,000 per year
- 1,208 views
By DENEHY Club Thinking Partners for El Caballero Country Club, - Wilson, Wyoming
DENEHY Club Thinking Partners For: El Caballero Country Club Superintendent of Golf Course and Grounds Please do not contact the Club directly. https://denehyctp.com/projects/elcaballero_cc_gcs_2023/ About the Club Tucked away in the heart of the San Fernando Valley is an oasis designed for those who have attained distinction in their community and success in their endeavors. El Caballero Country Club represents an exclusive membership lifestyle - a place where families reconnect and friends spend precious time together. Members enjoy a world-class golf and country club experience in a serene environment complimented by superb dining, outstanding amenities, and friendly, personalized service delivered in a relaxed and refined setting. The Club was founded in 1957 by Bernie Shapiro, who desired El Caballero to be a Club whose only membership requirements were that the applicant is of good moral character and charitably inclined. Like much of California, the land on which El Caballero Country Club now resides was first claimed and influenced by the Spanish. In naming the local geography, the settlers called a gentle and meandering creek that drained rainfall off the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains "El Caballero"—the Spanish word for "Gentleman." Acclaimed golf architect Robert Trent Jones, Senior, designed El Caballero Country Club. The course long stood as a challenging track boasting many of his signature elements – tight fairways, gentle doglegs, and daunting green-side bunkers – on a layout that winds through modest hills and mature trees. In 2017, the Club's management and board set out to modernize and improve the course, devoting $10 million to a comprehensive venue upgrade. All turf grass was replaced with hybrid Bermuda grass, which is more drought-tolerant and requires much less water. This move by the Club resulted in a golf course that represents "Playability, Sustainability & Conditioning" at its finest. The course was redesigned into a world-class experience tailored for modern players of all skill levels. Emphasizing a natural California look with beautiful yet drought-tolerant plants like bougainvillea, its improved aesthetic features smaller, better-positioned bunkers with new white sand, softened slopes, and strategic tree removal to open-up course vistas and highlighted its native oak, olive, sycamore, and other trees. Named Golf World Magazine's "Golf Architect of the Year," Rees Jones restored El Caballero's course to his father's vision with a modern spin. Rees focused on creating a golf experience that is more challenging for the better player and much fairer and more rewarding for the average player. In addition to a phenomenal golf course, El Caballero Country Club has other recreational enmities, including four tennis courts, a pickleball court, and excellent food and beverage facilities. The Club has slightly over 500 members. The gross revenue of the Club is $15 million, with Food & Beverage accounting for $4.5 million and dues for $3.5 million. The Agronomy payroll is $2 million, and expenses are $2 million. The course was recently remodeled under the care of Rees Jones. Tees, greens, and bunkers were updated to offer a current design for today's game. Tees are Tahoma bermudagrass, fairways Santa Anna bermudagrass, roughs Bandera bermudagrass, and greens Pure Distinction bentgrass. The golf course maintenance staff is comprised of 29 team members. The Club uses a Toro Lynx control system, Toro sprinklers, and potable water. The par 71-course measures 6,830 yards. The Club owns and leases their equipment. About the Position This is a fantastic opportunity for an agronomy leader to join a renowned private club with a world-class golf course. The Superintendent of Golf Course and Grounds reports to the General Manager and will direct all functions related to the maintenance of the golf course, practice areas, and building grounds and landscaping. The Superintendent of Golf Course and Grounds will lead the Agronomy Team to ensure outstanding playing conditions throughout the year. This will be done by being a nurturing leader who fosters transparent communication with the Agronomy Team, Members, and Management Team at El Caballero Country Club.
- $0 to $200,000 per year
- 1,923 views
By Old Channel Trail Golf Course, - updated May 15 - Montague, Michigan
Old Channel Trail Golf Course is a 27 hole course with an additional 3 hole learning/practice course and a driving range. The original 9 was built in 1926 which continues the Scottish traditional experience while the other 18 holes provide a more modern experience. Located in Western Michigan along the Lake Michigan shore in Montague. Old Channel Trail is devoted to the local community and acts as the high school's home course. Our Pro has been in the field for over 30 years. Potential candidates must have at least 3 years of experience in grounds management and have a spraying license. The ability to recognize and treat turf disease and to calibrate and apply pesticides and fertilizer applications is required. Superintendent Duties: The course is open seasonally (approximately April 1- Nov 1). However, the Superintendent is an annual salaried position with 45 days off during the winter. Superintendent will hire, terminate, plan, assign, and direct staff activities. Safely operate standard golf course maintenance equipment including but not limited to large equipment, irrigation and mowers. In addition, direct duties include organizing grounds' building, schedule staff and assign daily work assignments, and maintain inventory of chemicals and supplies and chemical application records. Participation in the decision-making process to determine short and long term course projects is expected.
- $48,000 to $70,000 per year
- 818 views
By The Club at Brookstone, - updated May 14 - Anderson, South Carolina
The Club at Brookstone, located just south of Greenville South Carolina, is looking for a hands-on leader and turf professional, capable of leading the maintenance team to produce and sustain one of the Upstate's most popular golf courses. The Club at Brookstone is a semi-private course with a membership of about 100, but garners a lot of public play and is known as having the area's best practice facility. Brookstone just took delivery of a new fleet of Toro equipment, including two Foley grinders, a lift, tractor, work truck, trailer and snake mower. The pump house is brand new in late 2022 and is still under warranty. We have 2020 EZ-Go carts still under warranty and Finn Scooters, which the mechanic maintains. Our team is seasonal, and fluctuates between 5 and 10 employees. We have a full time mechanic who also serves as an assistant super. This year the course is poised to be in great shape, with our primary battle right now being direct course traffic to mitigate wear and tear, specifically on the turf around the greens and tee boxes. The course features 6 year old Tiff Eagle Greens with 419 Bermuda throughout and capillary concrete bunkers. The course ownership is committed to giving you the tools you need to create and sustain fantastic playing conditions, with emphasis placed on the playability of the golf course and top-notch greens, tees, fairways and bunkers. We offer Health, Vision & Dental insurance as well as 2 weeks of PTO/year. If you're ready to step into a hands-on leadership role, we look forward to hearing from you!
- $55,000 to $70,000 per year
- 1,863 views
By Tot Hill Farm Golf Club, - Asheboro, North Carolina
Tot Hill Farm Golf Club is excited to announce the recruitment of a grow-in Golf Course Superintendent to join our team. An 18-hole restoration is underway with a course closure beginning May 15th. We are planning to reopen September 1st. Located in Asheboro, NC, Tot Hill Farm is one of nine Mike Strantz designs. Tot Hill Farm is a Semi-Private destination style facility with an average of 15,000 rounds annually. In 2007, Golf Digest rated Tot Hill as the 7th hardest course in America. The property borders the Uwharrie National Forest, features large rock outcrops, and many rumbling creeks. It is truly a must-see and unique opportunity. The restoration will include the following: Conversion of 155K sq ft of Crenshaw Bentgrass to Prism Zoysia (Sod Date June 12th) Regrassing of greens complexes, select tees, traffic entry/exit points Tee Rebuild Bunker Restoration Tree Removal Cart path repair Stream remediation Improvements to existing turfgrass Enhancements to Pro Shop and course facilities
- $70,000 to $79,997 per year
- 1,463 views
By Lee's Hill Golf Club, - Fredericksburg, Virginia
Position Available: Golf Course Superintendent- Lee's Hill Golf Club Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408 Opened in October, 1993- Ault Clark Associates designed. Course located 5 miles from historic downtown Fredericksburg. Superintendent oversees and directs all facets of golf course maintenance to include: Budgeting and forecasting of expenses Chemical and Fertilizer Applications Cultural Practices- implement agronomic plan for the golf course Maintenance Staff scheduling and coordination Oversees facilities, golf maintenance equipment and golf carts Possesses superior communication and leadership skills Strong attention to detail, planning and organizational skills Contributes monthly agronomic articles for monthly member newsletter Implements and oversees organizational safety Responsible for upkeep of all Flower beds and Clubhouse grounds Responsible for troubleshooting agronomic issues/problems on the golf course Reports to General Manager Valid Drivers License Benefits Include: Competitive Salary commensurate with experience Two weeks paid vacation Sick leave Golf privileges GCSAA dues (local and national) Educational Seminars/Continued Education Education/Experience: Minimum experience of five years as Golf Course Superintendent or Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Degree in Turfgrass Management or related field
- $60,000 to $80,000 per year
- 1,809 views
By Mayapple Golf Club, - Carlisle, Pennsylvania
The Golf Course Superintendent is one who is entrusted with the maintenance, operation and management of the golf course. It is his/her responsibility to supervise the maintenance of the golf course, supervise the maintenance and repair of construction and maintenance equipment, and to do related work as required. Specifically the Golf Course Superintendent must: Supervise the mowing, watering and maintenance of tees, greens, fairways and related areas. Supervise the planting, fertilizing and maintenance of turf. Generally supervise the operation of an equipment repair shop. Order supplies and materials within budgetary limitations. Keep records of annual maintenance activities. Prepare personnel and cost estimates for the annual maintenance department budget. Possess thorough knowledge of the construction and maintenance of golf course tees, fairways and greens. Possess thorough knowledge of the maintenance of the different types of turf used on golf courses, and the planting, cultivating, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs and trees. Possess thorough knowledge of the characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers and soil conditioners, herbicides and pest control methods and materials. Possess thorough knowledge of drainage control methods, watering and irrigation systems, including wells, pumps and automatic controls. Possess the ability to maintain tees, fairways, greens, and appurtenances to an acceptable standard of golf course play. Possess the ability to plan, assign, and direct the work of others. Possess the ability to prepare clear and concise reports. Possess the ability to prepare annual budget estimates. Hire, orient, and train all golf course maintenance department employees. Possess the ability to maintain effective employee and public relations. Possess a participating knowledge of the game of golf.
- $55,000 to $70,000 per year
- 1,087 views
By River Club of Mequon-Heritage Golf Group, - Mequon, Wisconsin
The signature 27-hole, walkable golf course allows Members and their guests a challenging and exciting golf experience. The layout features three distinct nines, Woodland, River and Highland. The golf course has five sets of tees, making it enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels. The course has been host to various tournaments such as the US Open Local Qualifying, WI State Open Qualifier, WI State Amateur Qualifier and the WSGA State Junior. River Club of Mequon, a Private Country Club established in 1963 in Mequon, Wisconsin is located right off I-43 in a quiet residential neighborhood. Heritage Golf Group, owner and operator of River Club of Mequon, is revolutionizing the conventional concept of the Country Club while maintaining the tradition of the game. Our commitment to deliver an exceptional experience for our members and their guests stems from our passion for hospitality and the development of an appropriately trained staff to deliver it. Job Summary The Golf Couse Superintendent is responsible for the successful operation of all golf course facilities including (but not limited to): Clubhouse grounds, parking lot, landscape areas, golf course, practice facilities, maintenance facilities, etc. The Golf Course Superintendent is also responsible for: Providing agronomic direction to ensure the golf course is maintained at the highest quality possible. Follow company standards for the healthy growth of the golf course grasses, trees, wetlands, and other applicable plant materials. Preparing an annual budget that achieves the financial goals of the property, along with proper forecasting, expense controls and labor management. All hiring, training, and development of staff. Ensuring that staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state, and federal guidelines. Ensuring that a sound preventative maintenance program is in place for the care and servicing of the golf course maintenance fleet of equipment. Candidate Requirements: 3 - 5 years in Golf Course Maintenance management Minimum 2-year College Agronomy Degree required. Pesticide Applicators License, or ability to obtain one quickly. Advanced knowledge of regulatory requirements and record keeping as required by local, state, and federal laws. A willingness to be a diplomatic team player/leader that is able to foster relationships with Members, Employees, and Guests.
- $75,000 to $100,000 per year
- 1,495 views
By Palmilla Golf Club, - San Jose del Cabo,
The Superintendent is an integral member of the property’s management team and oversees the maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance. The below responsibilities also include overseeing the repair and maintenance of all golf course related equipment. Reporting to – Director of Golf / Club Manager Remuneration – Highly Competitive commensurate with experience Compensation is commensurate with experience Position Responsibilities: Maintains all grounds including the golf course, clubhouse surrounds and other maintainable property Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Assistant Superintendent, 2nd Assistant Superintendent, Head Mechanic, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician Coordinates scheduling of all personnel assigned to the department Communicates frequently with the Director of Golf to discuss activities, goals, plans and member/customer feedback Prepares and manages annual budget plan for the golf course maintenance operation on an annual basis Maintains inventory and oversees all repairs and scheduled maintenance of all golf course maintenance equipment Implements and enforces comprehensive safety program for employees of the maintenance department Oversees full course maintenance and operations including, irrigation and other mechanical watering systems Develops and applies chemical and fertilizing plan on an annual basis Ensures that the golf course is providing healthy and high-quality playing conditions for guests of members and resort guests Prepares and maintains all recordkeeping for maintenance department (i.e. Human Resource files, inventory files, fertilization and chemical application logs) Perform other duties as assigned by manager
- $1 to $1 per year
- 1,547 views
By WindRiver Lakefront & Golf Community, - Lenoir City, Tennessee
Summary: WindRiver operates several different businesses including, but not limited to, real estate, club membership, hospitality, dining, events, golf, and marina management. As Golf Course Superintendent, you will work closely with the V.P. of Operations on the maintenance and management of the golf course. You will directly influence the playing areas and landscapes with which golfers interact. Responsibilities: Carefully manage the maintenance put forth on the golf course while conserving and protecting natural resources. Plan all maintenance and project work, applying agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve standards and long-range goals. Supervise the maintenance and repair of construction and golf course maintenance equipment. Coordinate and communicate operations with the Director of Golf, V.P. of Operations, and any relevant club membership groups or committees. Responsible for maintaining the golf course, maintenance equipment, and grounds as specified by V.P. of Operations Oversee construction or renovation of such properties, whether performed by maintenance staff or outside contractors. Participate in all planning meetings, rendering advice, opinions, assistance, and services to the executive team as needed. Prepare annual budgets for maintenance and capital improvements of golf course and club areas. Responsible for inventory control, approving all expenditures and exercising cost control measures to keep operating and capital expenses in line with approved budget. Interview, hire, train, and supervise all staff for the purposes of maintaining the golf course and club properties. Oversee the scheduling and routing of employees and equipment to ensure proper and efficient time and personnel management. Keep accurate and complete records of payroll, inventory, weather data, maintenance procedures, pesticide applications, etc. Perform other duties as required by the business. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Advanced knowledge of agronomy and turfgrass management practices, golf facility construction principles, and a thorough understanding of the rules and strategies of the game of golf. Knowledge of current federal, state, and local laws and regulations affecting the management of golf course operations. A high degree of administrative ability, in terms of problem solving and decision making. § Excellent organizational skills, ability to perform a wide variety of tasks during in a fast-paced environment. Great oral and written communication skills Must be willing to work a flexible schedule including weekends and holidays. Demonstrated positive interpersonal and communication skills with staff and customers. Team player Positive attitude, professional manner, and appearance in all situations.
- $70,000 to $90,000 per year
- 1,307 views
By The Woods at Possum Run Golf Course, - Mansfield, Ohio
Golf Course Superintendent Job Description: Manage the day-to-day mowing operations of the golf course to ensure it is properly maintained, including mowing fairways, greens, tees, and rough. Perform all chemical and fertilizer applications to ensure healthy, pest free and disease free turf. Appropriate chemical applicator license a benefit, but nit required. Utilize irrigation systems to effectively manage turf quality during multiple seasons in North-Central Ohio. Manage property assets including ponds, bridges, trees, signage, and cart paths. Educate and train employees about rules of conduct on the golf course, proper equipment usage, and performance improvement. Schedule appropriate staff for anticipated maintenance needs to maximize payroll efficiency, employee retention, and oversee workforce engagement Must process these skills: Leadership, Communication, Problem-solving, Time management, and Mechanical aptitude. Perform other duties as assigned by management and family ownership.
- $40,000 to $55,000 per year
- 1,057 views
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