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By Mount Vernon Country Club, - Alexandria, Virginia
Mount Vernon Country Club located in Alexandria, Virginia is seeking an innovative, intrapreneur, and goal-oriented team leader to join as Director of Horticulture to create beautiful and inspiring landscapes for our members and guests. For more information, please visit https://www.mountvernoncc.org About Us: Mount Vernon Country Club is situated on one of George Washington’s original seven farms. The culture of the club is one with a growing membership that supports creativity, new ideas and collaboration. The organization is fully supportive of its team members and the overall employee experience. Golf Course Architect Russell Roberts designed the nine-hole golf course which opened on June 3, 1961. On June 10, 1961, an exhibition match was played by Head Pro Dick Mason, Sam Snead, and two local professionals Bobby Bowers and Al Jamison, where Sam Snead shot 67. In 1963 the members purchased Mount Vernon Country Club and renamed it Woodlawn Country Club. Golf Course Architect Ed Ault designed the second nine holes which opened in 1968. In 1993 Woodlawn Country Club again became Mount Vernon Country Club. Over the past 20 years the Club has continued to develop including significant golf course improvements which were designed by Golf Course Architect Bill Love. In 2014, the Clubhouse had an interior renovation and in 2016 major improvements were made to the golf course. Position Overview: The Director of Horticulture will provide grounds and landscaping maintenance of clubhouse grounds and throughout the golf course. Will take the lead on horticulture planning, design, and overall appearance of the Mount Vernon Country Club grounds. The individual will oversee a 2-3 person staff. The position reports to the Golf Course Superintendent. Key success traits and characteristics: Enjoys being a part of a team-based culture with the opportunity to advance their technical expertise, organizational leadership skills, and grow within the organization. Takes ownership and initiative in their product, and has a highly precise workmanship Craves variety and change, while delivering high-quality products and services Goal oriented leader, who consistently sets priorities, takes the initiative with little supervision Has a passion for the outdoors and embraces new ideas, concepts and technology in the horticulture industry Thrives in an environment of trust, collaboration, problem solving and consistent achievement of high standards Primary Responsibilities: Provide routine maintenance to include, but not limited to, watering, spraying, weeding, fertilizing, pesticide application, pruning, mowing, mulching, edging, blowing, and leaf and debris removal; Maintain landscaping of assigned exhibit; Participate in the planning, designing, purchasing, planting, and maintenance of display gardens, exhibits and other related areas; Harvest plants, and transplant or pot and label them; Observe and document plant health for possible signs of insects or diseases; Operate tractors and other machinery and equipment to fertilize, cultivate, harvest, and spray fields and plants; Inspect plants and bud ties to assess quality; Dig, cut, and transplant seedlings, cuttings, trees, and shrubs; Move containerized shrubs, plants, and trees using golf cart or tractors; Maintain cleanliness at work stations; Haul and spread topsoil, fertilizer, peat moss, and other materials to condition soil, using wheelbarrows or carts and shovels; Maintain knowledge of plants and associated problems such as diseases, weeds, and insect pests; Determine plant growing conditions, such as greenhouses, hydroponics, or natural settings, and set planting and care schedules; Assist with preventative maintenance on all equipment; Shovel areas clear of snow and ice; Fulfill on-call duty twenty-four hours a day in order to report as emergency personnel for situations such as snow removal and storm damage; Maintain interior foliage plants in public areas and administrative offices; Participate in professional development and obtain industry certifications, as assigned; Ensure guest safety at all times; Perform other duties as assigned; and, Compensation and Benefits: $55,000-$70,000 salary range Health Insurance Dental Insurance 401K Paid Vacation/Sick Time Uniforms/Uniform Allowance Local/National Dues Continuing Education Golfing Privileges Education: Associates degree in Horticulture, Science or related field preferred. Related horticulture experience will be considered in lieu of a degree. Bachelor’s degree in related field may be considered in lieu of experience requirement. Experience/Training: Minimum of five years of horticulture experience in commercial landscaping or related industry strongly preferred Prior and/ or current industry certification(s) preferred Must possess plant knowledge Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation Comfortable working outside in various weather conditions
- $55,000 - $70,000
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By Denver Parks and Recreation, - Denver, Colorado
ABOUT OUR JOB With eight golf facilities, Denver Golf has something for everyone: one 27-hole regulation golf course, four 18-hole regulation golf courses, one 18-hole executive mountain golf course, two 9-hole par three golf courses, two Miniature Golf facilities, five driving ranges (including the signature Aqua Golf water range), six Restaurants, and Denver Junior Golf - The First Tee of Denver (one of the largest Junior Golf programs in the country). Denver Golf has outstanding course conditions and top-notch guest services for the best value. From urban golf settings to mountain vistas, you will find it here at Denver Golf. Denver Golf is looking for Golf Course Landscapers to join the team and assist with tasks including, but not limited to: Performing care and maintenance of existing golf course landscapes Weeding, trimming, planting, mulching of golf course landscapes Assisting with golf course operations such as mowing and aerating Loading and unloading equipment and supplies, cleaning and caring for basic tools and equipment Assisting in the repair of water line breaks, cuts and lays sod, and maintenance of irrigation Assisting with horticultural tasks in cultivating gardens aesthetic Performs other related duties as assigned or requested Working for Denver Golf offers great benefits, such as flexible schedules, golf perks, and the opportunity to work outdoors. See what Denver Golf is all about!
- $16 to $17 per hour
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By Desert Botanical Garden, - Phoenix, Arizona
A participating member of the Garden Trail Care team responsible for the health, care, and growth of plants used in the Garden’s displays, exhibits, and trails with the goal of achieving the highest level of excellence in alignment with best practices in horticultural care for desert plants. Essential Duties · Actively participate in the management and care for team areas ensuring that all plant beds meet the Garden’s standards of health, aesthetic, and cultivation including the development of care strategies and implementation of solutions in collaboration with the Trail Horticulturist Supervisor and Senior Director of Horticulture. · Serve as a knowledge expert for their team by identifying specific plant care needs and strategies for the team’s assigned areas. · Actively manage the Garden’s accessioned plants in assigned areas including the documentation, review and evaluation for the collection’s care, health and growth in collaboration with collection specialists, living collections manager and plant registrars. · Teaches and serves as the subject matter expert (SME) for selected classes and content for the Garden’s Desert Landscape School in coordination with the assistant director for public horticulture. · Provide support for all departmental activities including plant sales, exhibit and display installations, and collecting trips. · Supervise, manage, and communicate with volunteers working with the Garden Trail team. · Participates in departmental, Garden, and planning meetings; assist with reports and proposals; continue professional education and participation in professional organizations.
- $20 to $23 per hour
- 324 views
By Paradise Landscaping, - Shelby, North Carolina
The Horticulturist is responsible for assisting our team to promote healthy growth and beautify lawns, and plantings. We will improve overall health and client’s safety by the pruning and preservation of the existing plant material on the properties we maintain through our Land Care team. The Horticulturist will be responsible for the overall health and development of healthy growth of plants, perennials, annuals, and solves client problems related to proper plant health care. This will include, but is not limited to pruning, mulching, fertilizer and insecticide applications, watering adjustments. The Horticulturist readily seeks out ways to help promote the beauty and value of our clients’ properties and outdoor living environment. This is a field position that reports to the president or assistant and will lead a small team (1-2 additional team members) as the workload and season requires. Position Duties and Functions 1. Plant identification and proper pruning techniques and timing of year to prune. Plant healthcare and pruning needs must be made in a timely manner and be completed in a timely manner. 2. Inventory and order products used must be recorded properly using our system. 3. Research information when necessarily to ensure industry standards are being exceeded and quality products are being used. 4. Safely operate equipment and perform safety checks and daily maintenance of all equipment. Prepare the truck for daily service stop, including but not limited to loading supplies, equipment, and products, and obtaining any necessary customer documentation. When returning to PL at the end of the day, unload the truck and ensure all company supplies, equipment, and products are secured. 5. Attend all required meeting or inspections pertaining to relevant jobs. 6. Stay abreast of current industry trends, regulations, technical data, new products, safety standards, equipment, and others. 7. Communicate to management client's property conditions and other field issues. This includes but is not limited to informing management of any customer issues or concerns that are not completely resolved to the satisfaction of the customer and reporting any damage that occurs as a result of service. 8. Complete assigned account documentation tasks using a company-provided mobile tablet or phone. 9. Operate and maintain assigned equipment to perform applications.
- $18 to $24 per hour
- 150 views
By Quail Hollow Club, - updated August 19 - Charlotte, North Carolina
A major championship venue and no stranger to the spotlight Quail Hollow Club is a well-rounded private facility that offers a championship golf course, multiple short game areas, an expansive courtyard plus outdoor event area, and other amenities for members and their guests. We are currently expanding our Horticulture team and have an opportunity as Director of Horticulture. The Director of Horticulture reports directly to the Director of Green and Grounds and is responsible for all ornamental hardscapes, landscapes, trees, and landscape beds throughout the property. This person ideally has a green thumb, loves the game of golf, and is a people person who can lead a team.
- $70,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Princeton University, - Princeton, New Jersey
The Landscaper I/Gardener is a member of Facilities Operations and provides assistance in support of the Campus Grounds Operations by maintaining, preserving and improving the university grounds. Follows all University safety rules and regulations at all times and is proficient in basic grounds maintenance, horticultural practices and landscaping operations. The normal work week is Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 2:30 pm. based on business needs, other work schedules may be assigned or required. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. (Other duties may be assigned.) Observes university and departmental safety regulations, uses appropriate personal protective equipment and performs all work in a safe manner. Ensures proper care in the safe use and maintenance of all vehicles, tools and equipment used. Operate small power equipment and attachments such as string trimmers, hedge shears, leaf blowers, etc. Operate equipment under 26,000 Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) for hauling soil, leaves, plants, wood and other items. Perform snow and ice control operations by operating snow removal equipment and/or hand tools. Remove litter and debris from campus grounds. Assist with the maintenance, preservation and improvement of University grounds to include installing and maintaining basic grounds landscape plantings, pruning, mulching and weeding. Planting of plant material such as groundcover, shrubs, flowers. Landscaper 1 may perform Landscaper 2 skills for training purposes. May be asked to coordinate assigned work of other Landscaper 1’s and casuals, (and shop helpers and workers during snow removal) at the direction of the supervisor. As necessary, perform overtime and after-hours work assignments. May be required to carry a two-way radio. Provide regular feedback to staff; keep superior informed; be responsive to directives from superiors; support the unit, departmental and institutional goals. Other duties as assigned.
- $1 to $1 per hour
- 549 views
By Austin Country Club, - Austin, Texas
Position: Director of Horticulture Reports to: Head Golf Course Superintendent FLSA Status: Exempt Employment: Full-time Location: Austin Country Club 4408 Long Champ Drive Austin, TX 78746 Club Overview: Austin Country Club was established in 1899. We are a member-owned club 10 miles outside the city of Austin located in the Westlake suburb. Facilities include an 18-hole Pete Dye golf course, indoor teaching center, 10 tennis courts, fitness center, Olympic size pool, baby pool and a 52-slip marina on Lake Austin. Dining facilities include both formal and informal dining rooms, grills, poolside pub, ballroom and multiple banquet rooms. For more information on the Club please visit our website https://www.austincountryclub.com/. Position: Summary The Director of Horticulture is a hands-on leadership position with the responsibility for all landscape beds around the Clubhouse, Tennis Facility, Pool area, and on the Golf Course, along with some responsibilities in the management and care of native grass areas. This is a hands-on leadership position responsible for providing clear direction, delegation and assistance to a crew of landscape workers to accomplish their daily tasks and short and longer term projects. This individual will be an intregal part of the golf and grounds management team and will work closely with the Head Golf Course Superintendent and the Golf Course Superintendents for day to day operational and equipment needs. Responsibilities including but not limited to the following: Leading, managing, training and coaching the grounds team by establishing schedules, assigning tasks, monitoring work and reviewing projects to ensure deadlines and quality standards are met. Leading, overseeing and performing tasks including composting, planting, trimming, mulching, watering, weeding, controlling plant pathogens, plant hygiene etc to ensure optimal quality of display beds as well as mass propagation of plants. Designing, installing, and maintaining annual and perennial beds, grass, shrubbery and trees. Applying and maintaining accurate and current records of all pesticide/fertilizer applications. Monitoring and maintaining irrigation systems and water application. Coordinating shared tasks between Horticulture team and Golf Course team. Maintaining the Club’s green house plants including recommending plantings and overseeing and maintaining plantings.
- $90,000 to $120,000 per year
- 614 views
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