- 50Golf Course Superintendent
- 172Assistant Superintendent
- 322nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 39Equipment/Shop Manager
- 28Turf Equipment Technician
- 8Assistant Equipment Technician
- 17Spray/Applications Technician
- 22Irrigation Technician
- 6Irrigation Manager
- 1GPS Mapping Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 10Sports Turf Manager
- 5Sports Turf Technician
- 6Landscape Manager
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 4Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 6Crew Foreman
- 5Equipment Operator
- 37Grounds Staff
- 29Seasonal Intern
- 2Construction Shaper/Crew
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By R&S Landscaping, - updated May 20 - Midland Park, New Jersey
Gardener Team Member R&S Landscaping is hiring immediately, with a $300 signing bonus Paid as follows; $100 after 30 days, $100 after 60 days, $100 after 90 days R&S Landscaping is a well-established firm specializing in high end residential design/build and after care. We are located in Bergen County, NJ and have been in business for over 35 years and are recognized as a leader in our area. We are an innovative, progressive company with a great team of friendly, creative and motivated professionals. Position Title: Specialty Gardening Team Member Purpose: To assist specialty gardening crew leader with production and sales of landscape services and plantings. Develop relationships with clients in the field and foster new sales. Help gardening team to learn and grow as professional gardeners. EXPERIENCE/SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS: • Strong interest in horticulture. • Ability to follow instructions. • Positive attitude. • Customer service skills. • Desire to learn, improve and grow. • Ability to work with people and communicate effectively. • An excellent attendance and tardiness record. • Knowledge of perennials, woody plants and their growth habits. RESPONSIBILITIES: Production/Management • Provide perennial bed care on given routes. • Perform trimming and pruning jobs as needed. • Maintain high quality for all work produced. • Assist with installations for Annuals, Seasonal Color, and Bulbs. • Design and install decorative planters. • Maintain paperwork on route list and work orders, ensuring time/date and materials • Follow instructions of gardening foreman and/or manager to complete jobs and services in a professional • Consistently use safe work practices • Assists other staff as required. Sales and Customer Service • Pro-actively communicate with customers on site: • Learn customers’ preferences and transcend their likes into their gardens. Training and Safety • Continue educational progress by attending classes and seminars. • Adhere to and enforce all safety policies and procedures. • Wear company uniform and work boots always. • Lead and assist in internal Training Classes. • Report all injuries to foreman/manager
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By Columbia Association, - Columbia, Maryland
The primary responsibility of this role is to maintain the golf course landscaping (gardens, trees and shrubs) and multitude of naturalized areas to the high quality standards required by the management team while not disrupting or interfering unnecessarily with the golfer's experience. Under supervision, performs an experienced level work in the operation of tools and light equipment used in the construction and maintenance of a golf course.
- $18 to $22 per hour
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By Eagle Point Golf Club, - updated April 14 - Wilmington, North Carolina
Eagle Point Golf Club is currently looking to add a Horticulturalist to join our landscape team. Founded in 2000, Eagle Point Golf Club was designed by architect Tom Fazio. Eagle Point Golf Club features an 18 hole layout, as well as a 9 hole Par 3 course. Eagle Point consistently ranks as one of the top golf courses in the country. The Club has a wonderful clubhouse, 3 cottages, and fitness center for the membership and their guests to enjoy. We are looking for a passionate and hard working individual to join our team in elevating our landscapes. The individual will be part of a small team focusing on cleaning, detailing, and enhancing the various landscapes throughout the property. We would expect the the individual to play an integral role within the department and be heavily involved with plant selection, install, and maintenance. This is a collaborative position working with the Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, and Landscape Manager. The opportunity presents itself with a great introduction into the Golf Club environment. This position could be ideal for recent graduates or other landscape professionals.
- $45,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Moraine Country Club, - Kettering, Ohio
Moraine Country Club is looking for the right individual to provide aesthetically pleasing areas of the clubhouse and grounds for the enjoyment of members and guests, through the development of beautiful landscapes. This individual must be able to manage multiple employees with a strong desire for high quality work. This individual should be a highly motivated, self-starter, results oriented, with prior knowledge of lawn and landscape management. The ideal person will be able to work with horticulture staff and staff in other departments to plan for, install, cultivate and maintain the annual and perennial landscapes. Responsibilities: · Maintain plants in the landscape through watering, pruning, planting, grooming, fertilizing, removing debris, edging, weeding, dead heading, repotting, applying pesticides, winterizing, mowing, snow removal, and maintaining tools. · Install and maintain plants in landscape beds, changing plant materials for seasonal displays. Respond to plant requests for events requiring podium plants and/or centerpieces. · Water potted plant materials on days when designated personnel is out of the office. · Performs regular inspections throughout all landscape beds to identify and control insect/disease problems, weed control issues, and irrigation system concerns. · Improve plant growth, quality, and resistance to insects, diseases, and environmental stresses. · Communicate any major disease, insect, animal and weed problems to supervisor. · Proficient equipment operating skills including various types of hand and power operated tools and machines utilized in all phases of horticulture work (lawnmower, hedge trimmer, backpack sprayers, rototiller, leaf blower, weed-eaters, pruners, cart/trailer, snow blower etc.). · Responsible for proper use of tools, equipment, and materials; oversees proper use of tools, equipment, and materials by assigned landscape staff. · Develop designs, select and order plants for annual and permanent landscape bed alterations with supervisor approval. · Work independently and solve problems with minimal supervision as well as work collaboratively with staff members and effectively accept direction from supervisors. · Responsible for the quality, productivity and efficiency of the team. · Report any safety concerns to appropriate parties and plays key role in resolution. · Maintain a good level of computer literacy for purposes of interdepartmental documentation and communication. WORKING CONDITIONS: · Physical ability to perform strenuous physical labor outside in all types of weather, year-round, sometimes under unfavorable weather conditions and exposure to elements and pests. · Continual or prolonged periods of time bending, stooping, reaching, crouching, kneeling, crawling, digging, and lifting. · Ability to lift at least 60 lbs. · The work week will include one weekend day and occasional holidays, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., or as needed.
- $18/ Hr. Negotiable
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By Coldstream Country Club, - updated April 11 - Cincinnati, Ohio
Coldstream Country Club is accepting applications to fulfill the position of Horticulturalist. The Horticulturalist fills an important role on our Grounds Maintenance staff. The Horticulturalist is responsible for the planning, planting, and maintenance of all ornamental displays on club property. This position is full-time. The Horticulturalist will work together daily with the Superintendent and maintenance staff to achieve goals and complete tasks. In addition, the Horticulturalist will be encouraged to work with a landscape architect to build landscaping plans and implement them. The position is 40 hours a week and in peak season may require overtime work. There is only 1 horticulturalists position but other staff members will be permitted to assist anytime help is needed. Required background experience includes knowledge of ornamental plants, experience in planting, pruning, rotating displays, and knowledge of specific plant tendencies. In addition to the skills listed, knowledge of tropical plants and trees would be a plus, but not necessary. Ideal candidates should be self-driven and able to be highly productive even without close supervision. This position requires a lot of forward-thinking. Planning, ordering of seasonal rotations, planting, and upkeep of displays is always required. Applicants may apply via Email to Golf Course Superintendent Jon Clymer at email@example.com
- $17 to $20 per hour
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By Louisville Country Club, - Louisville, Kentucky
Job Summary: The Racquet Facility Manager and Horticulturist is responsible for maintaining courts as well as the clubhouse grounds and landscape on a daily basis. This position reports to and works in conjuncture with the Director of Racquet Sports (DORS) as well as the Golf Course Superintendent (GCS). Primary Responsibilities: Daily brushing, lining, and moisture management of courts. Maintaining tennis, paddle, and pickleball courts to the highest standards. Resurfacing of clay tennis courts. Repairing and replacing tapes and nets. Maintain cleanliness of courts, court-yard areas, parking lots and walkway areas. Report damaged or malfunctioning equipment related to tennis court prep to supervisors. Assist DORS and pro staff as needed to help the tennis program. Oversees the maintenance of turf, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees, around the clubhouse and tennis courts grounds (planting new flowers, edging, weeding, mulching, watering). Monitor, inspect and report diseases and insects. Apply all chemicals and fertilizers necessary to promote good health of turf and plants. Responsible for irrigation system upkeep to maintain all turf beds and tennis courts. Assist in snow removal. Assist in other duties as instructed by DORS or GCS.
- $18-$20/ HR
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By Randall's Island Park Alliance, - New York, New York
Title: Ecological Horticulturist Job Type: Full-Time, Year-Round; Monday – Friday, plus overtime and weekends when needed, Non-Exempt Pay Range: $21.00 - $24.00 / hour Work Location: Randall’s Island Park, New York, NY 10035 POSITION DESCRIPTION Randall’s Island Park Alliance, Inc. (RIPA) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that works with the City of New York and local communities to provide an innovative and exciting destination through a wide range of sports venues, public programs, cultural events, and environmental exploration. The Ecological Horticulturist will report to the Director of Grounds and the Horticulture Manager and work with other members of the Horticulture crew to maintain Randall’s Island Parks’ existing gardens and green streets, with an emphasis on two wildflower meadows. It is important to note that Randall's Island is a public park and the maintenance practices of these meadows differ from the ecological practices of maintaining a meadow on a nature preserve or a private residence. The Ecological Horticulturist will also assist with volunteer events, tours, and programming, as needed. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES Maintain two wildflower meadows on Randall’s Island. This requires specialized knowledge in management and maintenance techniques of a native ecosystem. Maintain gardens park-wide. Tasks include, but are not limited to, soil cultivation, digging, deadheading, thinning, mulching, watering, raking, weeding, edging, seed sowing, bed preparation, damage/corrective/structural shrub pruning, planting, and caring for existing gardens (including traditional and non-traditional techniques). Knowledge of plants, their cultural requirements, and their botanical nomenclature, including protection and transplanting of existing plants, soil preparation, watering fertilization, irrigation, IPM etc. Assist with training and developing seasonal Horticulturists and Groundskeepers, giving occasional direction. Prepare, support, and teach a wide variety of field-based, educational programs to various ages, demographics, fitness levels and learning styles. Assist with volunteer groups in the meadows and gardens, as needed. Act as an ambassador for Randall’s Island, answering questions from visitors, including horticulture, park design, history, and general information. Research, data collection and horticultural database maintenance as it relates to the Hell Gate and fresh water wildflower meadows on the Island, and other garden areas as well. Hand water and monitor irrigation of plantings, especially during time of establishment and drought. Operate hand tools and basic power machinery, including hedge trimmers, weed whackers, and leaf blowers and will report need for replacement or repairs to Management. Drive vehicles and operate other motorized equipment incidental to the performance of duties. Collaborate on the design and maintenance of new meadow planting areas. Participate in Island-wide seasonal clean-up activity. General clean-up of garden beds and paths, clean-up litter. Ensure all equipment is secured and well-maintained. Perform other general tasks as assigned. This job description is not an exclusive or exhaustive list of all job functions that an employee in this position may be asked to perform from time to time.
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By Champions Golf Club, - Houston, Texas
The Horticulturist will be responsible for the care and maintenance of all ornamental beds throughout the property which includes the clubhouse, accounting building, guest cottages, as well as the two golf courses. The ideal candidate will possess the vision and ability to elevate the quality of the landscape. This position will work closely with and report to the Director of Agronomy and will be responsible for managing and working alongside a crew of 3-5 employees.
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By Franklin Country Club, - updated March 2 - Franklin, Massachusetts
Seasonal, Full-Time Horticulturalist Course Information: Founded in 1899, Franklin Country Club is an 18-hole, private country club and pool facility with approximately 350 members. We host roughly 20,000 annual rounds, including a variety of local and regional tournaments. FCC is home to several of the Northeast region's top amateur players. With a highly active and demanding membership, the greens department strives to provide tournament conditions on a consistent basis. Improvements to the golf course and club amenities are constant, ensuring Franklin Country Club continues its history as an inclusive, premier club in the Greater Boston area. Responsibilities: Maintenance and upkeep of all landscape beds on property, including but not limited to Front Entrance, Front Circle, Pool Area, and various on course locations. Spring start up includes coordination with Assistant Superintendents on contract work, flower ordering, installing, and mulching of the beds. Pruning, deadheading, and watering are the focus in the summer months, with Fall dedicated to removal of annuals and splitting of ornamentals. Flexible work schedule allows for a proper work-life balance, and large-scale projects will receive coordinated assistance from the Grounds crew.
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By Ptarmigan Country Club, - updated March 1 - Ft. Collins, Colorado
Ptarmigan Country Club is looking for a seasonal intern to help with all golf course landscape and horticulture operations. Ptarmigan is a Jack Nicklaus signature design, private 18-hole country club located in Fort Collins, CO. We will be hosting the 2022 CSU women’s collegiate tournament for the 24th year. This will be a great opportunity to showcase landscaping skills across the golf course. This landscape Internship at Ptarmigan C.C. with allow you to get hands on experience with all aspects of horticulture and landscaping. This includes, but is not limited to flower bed design, flower bed maintenance on the golf course and around the clubhouse, weed management with use of chemicals and fertilizers, maintaining drip irrigation, scheduling and managing small crews, and involvement in the landscape budget. You will have creative freedom with flower bed design and layout with approval of the Golf Course Superintendent.
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By Woodway Country Club, - updated February 28 - Darien, Connecticut
Woodway Country Club is currently seeking to fill a Summer Horticultural INTERN position, to assist in daily grounds maintenance and landscape planting throughout our 3 properties. We have a main Clubhouse and 18-hole Golf Course, Pool & Tennis facilities as well as our Beach Club located on the Long Island Sound in Stamford, CT. Woodway Country Club is currently in the process of a multi-million-dollar exterior Clubhouse expansion project that is expected to be completed Spring 2022. Implementation of a new landscape design will commence immediately after construction is complete. This is a unique opportunity to be taken advantage of. General Overview: To assist in the care and maintenance of designated landscaping beds, vegetable garden and general grounds at Woodway Country Club properties, as well as assist in all phases of new landscape installation projects. Learn, assist in, and perform the following: • Work with permanent horticulture & golf course staff to coordinate and carryout daily tasks. • Care and maintenance of designated landscape beds, plant material, and trees. • Assist with the maintenance and installation on new and existing gardens under the supervision of Club Horticulturist (weeding, watering, planting, pruning, etc.) • Operation of light duty power equipment. • Instruct assigned support employees in work methods and processes. Additional Related Duties: Perform related duties as assigned including, but not limited to the following: • Participate in project planning, record keeping, and organization. • Work with crew on new landscape installations, and design. • Learn organizational skills and proper time management.
- $17-$20 per hour - Overtime available
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