- 53Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 1GC Superintendent, Interim
- 218Assistant Superintendent
- 522nd Assistant Superintendent
- 6Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 62Equipment/Shop Manager
- 64Turf Equipment Technician
- 22Assistant Equipment Technician
- 32Spray/Applications Technician
- 39Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 2IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 5Sports Turf Manager
- 5Sports Turf Technician
- 9Landscape Manager
- 10Landscape Technician
- 10Lawn Care Manager
- 19Lawn Care Technician
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 9Crew Foreman
- 4Equipment Operator
- 43Grounds Staff
- 93Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 14Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 6Operations Manager
- 15Branch Manager
- 2Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Business Opportunity
By Landscapes - Butler's Golf Course, - Elizabeth, Pennsylvania
Employee will be responsible for mixing and applying fertilizers and chemicals to fairways and eventually may be responsible for spraying the greens. Employee will perform regular maintenance duties when not spraying.
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By Pro Grass Inc, - Timonium, Maryland
Less hours...Better pay? Pro Grass is the place for you! At Pro Grass, you can join a team of golf course guys who have gotten tired of the long hours,7-day work weeks and grueling schedule. Our techs at Pro Grass should be motivated to work independently on residential and commercial properties. Experienced techs should be able to diagnose many turf grass problems such as weeds, disease, and insects that may be present in a lawn. Pro Grass has been family owned and operated since 1979. We have a great group of employees many which are from the golf course industry, and we are looking to add to our family. If you are ready for a break from those long golf course hours no Sundays!!, off by 5pm everyday!! send me your resume or give me a call Mattsmith@prograsslawncare.com or 410-561-1717
- $2500 sign on bonus, excellent pay based on experience
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By Burning Tree Club, - Bethesda, Maryland
Burning Tree Club, founded in 1922, is an 18-hole private golf club located just inside the Capital Beltway of Washington DC. Burning Tree was originally designed by C.H. Alison of Colt, Mackenzie, and Alison. We are currently in the process of finishing up a course restoration by famed Gil Hanse, architect of the 2020 U.S. Open course. 16 greens are native soil and 6 greens are sand based all with 007 Bentgrass. Tees are 007 Bentgrass and Penncross. Fairways were recently renovated in 2015, converting the fairways to a blend of 007 and SR1150 Bentgrass. This position will provide an excellent opportunity to learn to manage turf through the summer stress experienced in the transition zone. Spray Technicians will gain experience with, GPS chemical applications, spray-hawking, granular applications, calibration, record keeping and chemical inventory. There will also be opportunities for small crew management, irrigation repair and maintenance, disease identification, as well as other aspects of golf course maintenance. Spray Technicians will work closely with the Superintendent and Assistants and provide input for the success of the golf course. Spray Technicians should adhere to a professional appearance as member interactions are quite common and encouraged.
- $40,000 + up to 10% Bonuses
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By EagleVail Metro District, - updated April 2 - Avon, Colorado
EagleVail Golf Club is seeking a hardworking dedicated individual with golf course maintenance experience. This is a full-time seasonal position that is from April through October. Individual works 40-45 hours a week. EalgeVail Golf Club is nestled in between two world class ski resorts. EagleVail GC is a public/resort club with an 18-hole golf course, practice facility, and a Par 3 golf/foot golf course. To learn more about our location and community you can visit our website at www.eaglevail.org
- $18-$21/hour DOE
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By Rea Landscape Management, LLC., - updated April 1 - Charleston, South Carolina
Essential Job Functions: Apply fertilizer, weed, insect and disease treatments to residential and commercial properties Evaluate lawns on each visit and diagnose any disease or other issues Communicate with customer on products used, best practices, and respond to any questions or concerns Identify and differentiate warm season grasses Calibrate chemical application equipment Read and understand product labels Maintain accurate records regarding applications as well as customer concerns Manage designated route and territory Operate and maintain application equipment Maintain company vehicle Maintain proper documentation as required by The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. The Tech must take a proactive approach to safety by attending all required field safety training and utilizing proper safety equipment. Requirements:. 6 months - 1 year of experience applying fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides Chemical certification preferred Must be able to diagnose insect and disease issues in the field. A valid driver’s license and clean record is required Bilingual Spanish/English a plus. OSHA certified a plus Job Knowledge Mechanical - Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance. Landscaping - knowledge of basic lawn Care (Fertilization,Cutting/Mowing, Seeding, Sod Installation, Aeration, Disease Control) Plant and insect identification. Picking/Killing Weeds. Tree and bush trimming. Plant/flower planting and care. Must be knowledgeable in OSHA regulations and guidelines specifically regarding chemical safety Must be able to identify and recognize insects and insect damage, fungus and fungus damage, broadleaf and grassy weeds, all types of turf, shrubs and trees Job Skills Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively. Service Orientation - Actively looking for ways to help people. Operation and Control - Controlling operations of equipment or systems. Operation Monitoring - Watching gauges, dials, or other indicators to make sure a machine is working properly. Critical Thinking - Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems Job Abilities Multilimb Coordination - The ability to coordinate two or more limbs (for example, two arms, two legs, or one leg and one arm) while sitting, standing, or lying down. It does not involve performing the activities while the whole body is in motion. Arm-Hand Steadiness - The ability to keep your hand and arm steady while moving your arm or while holding your arm and hand in one position. Control Precision - The ability to quickly and repeatedly adjust the controls of a machine or a vehicle to exact positions. Attention to Detail - The ability to be careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks. Far / Near Vision - The ability to see details at a distance and the ability to see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer). Reaction Time - The ability to quickly respond (with the hand, finger, or foot) to a signal (sound, light, picture) when it appears. Punctuality and Readiness - Capable of being present, reliable and ready to work Weather tolerance - Capable of working outdoors in hot or cold temperature Depth Perception - The ability to judge which of several objects is closer or farther away from you, or to judge the distance between you and an object. Written Comprehension - The ability to read and understand information and ideas presented in writing. Written Expression - The ability to communicate information and ideas in writing so others will understand. Deductive Reasoning - The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense. Information Ordering - The ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations). Ability to perform basic math operations Tools Protective ear plugs Fertilizer spreaders Edgers Weedeaters Hedge Trimmers Safety Vests Work gloves Work Boots Protective eyewear Application Sprayer Backpack blower Utility vehicles (Cab overs and truck and trailers) Technology: Must have a valid email address Must be able to access Bamboo HR Clock in and out using time tracking system Tablet and CrewControl software
- $17-$22 an hour
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By JSM Services Inc., - updated April 1 - Ft. Myers, Florida
We are seeking experienced and professional individuals for a Spray Technician position for our Sports Turf division in Ft. Myers, Florida and surrounding areas. Submit resume to HR@jsmservicesinc.com You can also submit an application from the Employment tab on our website at www.jsmservicesinc.com/employment.asp. The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: A valid driver's license is required. Must hold a Florida BMP Certificate and a Commercial Pesticide Applicator license or be willing to obtain each through training courses and passing the required tests within six(6) months of employment. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen, criminal background check and MVR. Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
- $18.00 per hour
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By Shrewbury Landscapes, Inc., - Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
Shrewsbury Landscapes, Inc. is hiring a Spray/Application Technician. Shrewsbury Landscapes Inc., is a leading turf management service company serving the golf and sports turf industry in New England. Clients include colleges, universities, independent private schools, golf courses, and municipalities. Shrewsbury Landscapes, Inc. provides turf management services for both natural turf and synthetic turf playing surfaces. Our goal is to help clients maximize performance and deliver safe, aesthetically pleasing, playable turf conditions for the athlete. Position Description: Spray/Application Technician – This is a leadership position within our organization. The candidate will interact with management, fellow staff members, and clients. Candidate will operate many different types of application equipment based on client demand and work on a wide range of turf surfaces. Candidate must have a thorough knowledge of turfgrass management; product application; equipment calibration and basic equipment maintenance.
- $28 to $32 per hour DOE. Estimated annual income ranges from $70,000 to $80,000
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By Mariani Landscape, - updated March 30 - Lake Bluff, Illinois
The largest privately owned residential Landscape Company in the United States, Mariani is an industry leader providing exceptional residential and commercial landscape management and garden care, as well as snow and ice management from two separate facilities in Lake Bluff and Westmont, Illinois. Serving the Western Suburbs for over twenty years, Mariani Landscape provides industry and award recognized design and maintenance capabilities from its Westmont, Illinois facility. “Providing local service allows us to ensure the level of customer care that has been the hallmark of Mariani Landscape for more than fifty years,” In conjunction with its leadership role in the industry, Mariani is committed to recruitment and internships with the finest Universities and Colleges throughout the country. Working closely with the National Association of Landscape Professionals, Mariani recruits the brightest undergraduate and graduate students and provides comprehensive internships with a full suite of training and growth opportunities. Ongoing training and adherence to the established best practices and up-to-date industry trends are ongoing mandates at Mariani. The application of proper horticultural procedures in every aspect of Mariani’s work is part of the company culture and benefits our clients from initial designs and for many years thereafter as the property develops and matures. Mariani Landscape is looking for a motivated and driven employee who would like to join the team as a spray/applicator technician for our Turf Specialty department. We treat lawns all around the Northshore area as well as WI areas and IN areas.
- $17.00 to $21.00 an hour based on experience
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By Lely Resort Golf & Country Club, - updated March 30 - Naples, Florida
Job Summary Maintains appearance and playability of course greens and areas surrounding greens Primary Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Maintains healthy turf conditions through periodic and scheduled applications of granular and foliar applied fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, other pesticides, fungicides and growth regulators in accordance to manufacturer labels. Under Superintendent’s direction schedules sprays all types of green applications Calibrates spray equipment and granular application equipment. Insures safe operation of application equipment by cleaning and sanitizing equipment after use according to local, state and federal pesticide laws and regulations. Disposes of fertilizer, herbicide, insecticide, other pesticide, fungicides and growth regulator containers in accordance with local, state and federal laws and regulations. Posses and will keep current local, state and or federal applicators license. Maintains the condition of the irrigation system including the pump station through daily monitoring. Trouble shoots problems that may occur to the irrigation system. Repairs and maintains irrigation controllers, heads, wiring and piping. Schedules irrigation cycles. Other Duties and Responsibilities include the following Spot waters greens, tees, fairways, rough and landscaped areas. Maintains course accessibility and appearance using power and hand tools to perform activities such as: mowing, weeding, edging, set up and raking sand traps, laying sod, planting trees, shrubs and flowers Uses tools and/or chemicals to perform weed abatement, pest control, irrigation, and cultivation and proper drainage activities Maintains the appearance of all green areas by changing cups, tee markers and tee towels, emptying trash containers, and maintaining ball washers Operates and maintains utility vehicles and equipment following company safety standards and manufacturers recommendations Observes and reports to manager any potential agronomic and maintenance equipment problem issues May perform on-site repair of green maintenance equipment Maintains good working relationships with co-workers Helps maintain a safe and orderly maintenance shop Implements and supports all American Golf initiatives and programs as requested by management Other duties may be assigned by management. Minimum Qualifications and Skill Requirements Specialty/Technical training required (2-year college degree preferred) and 2 years of related of related experience in horticulture or related science or equivalent combination of education and experience Pesticide applicator license required Knowledge of fertilizer /chemical equipment calibrations required Ability to operate mowing, line trimmer, edger, sprayer, tiller, chain saw, demo saw, spreader, leaf blower/vacuum, golf cart and dump truck equipment Ability to understand and follow directions Ability to work cooperatively with others Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers - in some locations ability to communicate effectively with Spanish speaking co-workers may be required Valid driver’s license Requirements and Working Conditions The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to stand, walk, read, hear, talk, balance, climb, use hands, use fingers, reach, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, smell, push or pull. The employee may be required to move or lift objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required for this position include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, color vision and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee will work both indoors and outdoors and may be exposed to extreme weather conditions including wet and/or humid conditions, moving mechanical parts, toxic or caustic chemicals, fumes or airborne particles, risk of electrical shock, sharp objects, extreme heat and/or open flame. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
- $15-$18/HR +DOE
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By Stowe Mountain Club, - updated March 29 - Stowe, Vermont
Stowe Mountain Club located in Stowe, VT is searching for a spray technician. This position is a seasonal position that is from early April to early December. There is the potential to transfer into winter operations within the club or hotel in order to gain full time with benefits status. The spray technician position will be responsible for all liquid and granular applications to the golf course. The high-end agronomic plan for Stowe Mountain Club requires frequent spray applications. When not applying turf health products the spray tech will assist the golf course operations with daily chores i.e. mowing, trimming, and small construction projects. The spray technician will be considered a core employee.
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By Radley Run Country Club, - West Chester, Pennsylvania
Radley Run Country Club is currently in search of a Spray Technician to join the Agronomy Team. This position is full-time with potential for advancement. RRCC, located in West Chester, Pennsylvania, is a member-owned/private course designed by Alfred H. Toll and then built in 1965. The course consists of predominantly Poa push-up Greens, Poa/Bentgrass Tees and Fairways, and Kentucky Bluegrass/Tall Fescue Rough. The club is host to many local member events and outings, charitable outings, as well as our local High School golf team. This year we are hosting a qualifying event for the USGA Four-Ball Championship. The club is in the process of a $5.5 million club house construction project scheduled to begin the Fall of 2021 that will help fund future capital course improvements. RRCC offers experience to be gained in all facets of golf course management including but not limited to plant protectant/fertilizer applications, small crew leadership, moisture management, and course set-up.
- $14-17 per hour plus overtime
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By Pinehurst Resort and Country Club, - Pinehurst, North Carolina
SUMMARY: The primary purpose of this position is day to day operations to maintain golf courses. Routinely apply plant protectants under the direction of a licensed applicator. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and a minimum of 3 years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. LICENSE: NC pesticide License(preferred) ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This position involves driving a company vehicle and/or company insured vehicle. A valid driver’s license is required, along with successful completion of a pre-employment Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) and annual MVRs, according to company guidelines. Follow safe, defensive driving practices at all times, obey all traffic laws, regulations, signals and markings, use a seat belt, and follow Company policies and procedures, including the Substance Abuse Policy. Never drive while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medications that may impair your ability to operate a vehicle safely, report any accidents immediately and cooperate fully with insurance claims investigations. Recognize fundamental disease and environmental stress and effectively communicate with supervisor. Apply products in a safe efficient manner. Work closely with supervisor to maintain application records. Hand water turf-requires moving hoses manually and recognizing conditions. Essential to keep turf healthy. Hand labor-including raking, shoveling, pushing, lifting to help groom the course. Plant protectant applications include using hand sprayers and riding sprayers. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to sit and climb or balance. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 100 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move more than 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. Must be aware of surroundings with an understanding of a golf environment. Must have the ability to see and react to the surroundings including errant golf balls and must understand and follow proper golf etiquette while completing tasks.
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By Glen Eagle Golf & Country Club, - Naples, Florida
Glen Eagle Golf & Country Club is looking for a motivated individual to play a key role in our turf management team as IPM/Spray Technician. The IPM/Spray Tech duties will include but are not limited to: all foliar/granular pesticide and fertilizer applications, plus general and construction golf course and common ground maintenance as directed but the Golf Course and Grounds Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. The applicant must have (or obtain within 90-days of employment) a Florida Turf and Ornamental Pesticide License. Applicant must understand that he/she will required to work weekends, holidays and overtime (as needed). Applicants will primarily be working outside under Florida weather environments which may include hot summer days, cold mornings, and rainy conditions. Physical demands require, but are not limited to: lifting (50#), stooping, sitting, and repetition motions, as needed. The physical demands along with reasonable cognitive and reasoning skills are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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By Talisker Club at Tuhaye, - updated March 18 - Kamas, Utah
Talisker Club, one of North America’s preeminent real estate developers is seeking an Assistant Superintendent/Chemical and Fertilizer Manager for its exclusive private golf community Talisker Club at Tuhaye. Designed by Mark O’Meara, this 18-hole golf course features bentgrass Greens, Tees, and Fairways strategically placed within the native landscape overlooking the Jordanelle reservoir and with stunning views of nearby Mount Timpanogos and Deer Valley Resort. Position Description: This position will expose a motivated individual to all facets of course management encountered during the growing season, along with the challenges of maintaining bentgrass Greens, Tees and Fairways to high standards in a high-altitude desert climate. The Assistant Superintendent/Chemical & Fertilizer Manager will work closely with the management team to gain the valuable skills and knowledge necessary to excel in the turf industry. Primary focus but not limited to will be on Chemical & Fertilizer Management.
- $19.00 to $23.00/hr plus overtime
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By Jefferson Landing, - updated March 17 - Jefferson, North Carolina
Jefferson Landing is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. We have a 18 hole golf course and a 4 hole short course. We have recently renovated the back 9 and part of the front 9. We have bentgrass fairways, tees and greens. The spray technician is responsible for safely and accurately mixing, applying pesticides, fertilizers, calibration, record keeping and chemical inventory. The Spray Technician will work closely with the Superintendent. He must be able to lift 50 pounds, have a valid driver’s license, must have ability to obtain a North Carolina pesticide license. The spray technician also assists in general golf course maintenance practices as needed. Some duties could include mowing, hand watering, golf course set up, Irrigation repair and special projects.
- depending on experience
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By FerTech Industries LLC, - updated March 16 - Englewood, Colorado
Looking for a reliable and self-motivated individual who takes pride in their work to operate a fertilizer truck with crane applying bulk fertilizer to golf courses, city parks, and sports fields. Position will require communication with superintendents to confirm spread rates and areas to be applied. Scheduled fertilizer applications are located in the front range and eastern plains of Colorado. The position is a great networking opportunity for those starting or looking to get into the turfgrass industry in Colorado.
- $20-$25/hour DOE
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By Shearon Environmental Design, - updated March 16 - Hopewell, New Jersey
Spray tech will be responsible for chemical applications, log books, storage and inventory. NJ Pesticide license and a valid driving license is required. Position is open in multiple offices within Shearon, including NJ and PA.
- hourly position starting at $18.00/ hour with paid Overtime
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By Woodcrest Country Club, - Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Woodcrest Country Club, located in Cherry Hill New Jersey is looking for a certified NJ pesticide applicator with at least 2 years of golf course experience. The individual must have basic knowledge in all aspects of pesticide applications, including fertilizers, fungicides, insecticides, and herbicides. The position is fulltime, however we will consider part-time individuals who would be available in the mornings.
- $18.00 - $22.00, plus overtime
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By DTM, - updated March 9 - Newfield, New Jersey
Dobson Turf Management is an Athletic Field and Landscape Maintenance firm experiencing tremendous growth. We are seeking an employee who can work independently.
- depends on experience
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By Riverside Services, - updated March 2 - Southborough, Massachusetts
Lawn Care Technician Position - $1500 Sign on bonus Position Description: This Advanced Lawn Care Technician role is a leader in our company. You will have tremendous support from your peers in a professional and team oriented environment. This candidate must be thoroughly familiar with all aspects of lawn care application practices to include: diagnosing turf problems, performing fertilizer and pesticide applications, calibrating application equipment, mixing liquid products for applications, order product as necessary, operate equipment, basic maintenance to equipment, scheduling of applications, and communicating with managers. Position requires minimal supervision and conducts all jobs in a safe manner and, if necessary, directing another crew of one or two other employees. The Advanced Lawn Care Technician is required to complete all paperwork and administrative requirements related to the job while creating and maintaining a professional job atmosphere. Reports To: Landscape General Manager Responsibilities: · Thoroughly understands all aspects of lawn care management as outlined above. · Operates company equipment: z-sprayer, push spreaders, backpack blowers, truck sprayers, trucks, etc. · Ability to read and understand fertilizer and pesticide labels. · Ability to lay out the job site and order materials. · Ability to diagnose issues and provide thoughtful solutions. · Ability to schedule jobs · Abide by state pesticide regulations · Keeps lawn care service vehicles and trailers neat and properly stocked at all times. · Orders and manages lawn care inventory. · Ability to assist account managers with lawn care estimates. · Clear, concise and punctual reporting of daily work. · Has the leadership capability and demeanor to effectively manage and direct a crew of 1-2 people. · Meets or exceeds company production standards for lawn care service work. · Ensures that jobs are kept on schedule and on budget.
- $27-32 $1500 Sign on Bonus
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By Santa Ana Country Club, - Santa Ana, California
Summary The spray technician, under the supervision of the Director of Agronomy, Superintendent, or Assistant Superintendent performs chemical applications on tees, greens, fairways and other areas. Responsibilities Applies pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers and other chemicals at appropriate times to maintain excellent conditions on the golf course. Documents and files all chemical applications under the supervision of the assistant superintendent. Help assistant superintendents maintain inventory of products. Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in a clean and orderly manner. Perform routine calibration of spray equipment. Maintain current Safety Data Sheets (SDS) under the supervision of the assistant superintendents. Reports golf course conditions to Director of Agronomy, Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. Performs course set up prior to play. Maintains a clean environment through weed, trash, debris removal and cleanup. Incorporate safe work practices in job performance and wears proper PPE in compliance with company policies. Maintains flexibility to learn and take on new and different tasks as directed by the supervisor. Performs pre and post operational inspections of equipment. Various tasks require physical management of tools and equipment during periods of extreme weather conditions. Employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the company as directed by the supervisor.
- $17-19/hour plus overtime
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By The Club at Arrow Creek, - Reno, Nevada
Job Summary (Essential Functions) Select and appropriately apply all pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers associated with grounds and golf course maintenance. Job Tasks/Duties · Inspects turf, shrubs, lakes and other outdoor areas to determine pesticide, herbicide and fertilizer needs. · Applies pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers at appropriate times to maintain excellent condition of grounds and golf course; documents all applications per the Troon Golf guidelines. · Compiles reports of pesticide, herbicide and fertilizer use on the golf course and calculates use rates for all products applied on the property. · Selects suppliers, products and equipment for such application and maintenance under the guidance of direct supervisor. · Maintains proper inventory of products. · Responsible for the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers, and ensures compliance. · Participates in all aspects of golf course maintenance. · Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in compliance with county, state and federal regulations. · Keeps chemical room clean and orderly; secures under lock when not present. · Helps apply or water-in pesticides and fertilizers under the supervision when required. · Maintains direct communication with Director of Agronomy / Golf Course Superintendent / Assistant Superintendent / Golf Course Foreman / Equipment Manager. · Attends applicable training seminars, classes and trade shows to maintain current knowledge. · Assists Director of Agronomy, Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and Foreman with duties when necessary. · Responsible for reading, understanding and keeping current with the Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and maintaining them in a convenient location. · Understands and complies with all policies set forth in the club’s Employee Handbook. · Attends staff meetings. · Performs other appropriate tasks assigned by the Director of Agronomy, Golf Course Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and Foreman. · Assists in winter snow removal.
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By Santa Ana Country Club, - updated February 19 - Santa Ana, California
Summary The spray technician, under the supervision of the Director of Agronomy, Superintendent, or Assistant Superintendent performs chemical applications on tees, greens, fairways and other areas. Responsibilities Applies pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers and other chemicals at appropriate times to maintain excellent conditions on the golf course. Documents and files all chemical applications under the supervision of the assistant superintendent. Help assistant superintendents maintain inventory of products. Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in a clean and orderly manner. Perform routine calibration of spray equipment. Maintain current Safety Data Sheets (SDS) under the supervision of the assistant superintendents. Scouts and reports golf course conditions to Director of Agronomy, Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. Performs course set up, mowing, and watering prior to play. Maintains a clean environment through weed, trash, debris removal and cleanup. Incorporate safe work practices in job performance and wears proper PPE in compliance with company policies. Maintains flexibility to learn and take on new and different tasks as directed by the supervisor. Performs pre and post operational inspections of equipment. Various tasks require physical management of tools and equipment during periods of extreme weather conditions. Employee may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the company as directed by the supervisor. NOTE: All requirements are subject to possible modification for reasonable accommodation of individuals with disabilities.
- $17-19/hour plus overtime
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By City of Daphne, - updated February 17 - Daphne, Alabama
DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this classification is to perform manual work functions associated with the application of herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers in one or more of the following areas: roadsides, parkways, rights-of-ways, ditches, easements, ornamental plants, and/or athletic fields. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Responsible for the application of herbicides, pesticides, chemicals, and fertilizers in one or more of the following areas: roadsides, parkways, rights-of-ways, ditches, easements, ornamental plants, and/or athletic fields. Prepares job site for chemical application including, but not limited to, identifying vegetation, determining the correct mix of chemicals to apply, determining the type of spraying equipment to utilize, checking weather conditions, and possibly notifying area owners. Prepares chemicals; calculates the correct percentage of chemicals needed; calibrates the chemicals/water. Plans and oversees the maintenance of athletic fields; schedules application of fertilizers, fungicides, insecticides, and herbicides. Performs herbicide and pesticide application through the operation of the appropriate mechanical equipment; calibrates computerized and manual chemical spray equipment; assesses program effectiveness resolves problems; ensures proper safety procedures are followed. Provides in-service training for employees/workers in department procedures, including worker safety protection standards, chemical applications, and EPA-approved methods of chemical applications. Performs manual work functions and operates equipment associated with various city departments and functions as assigned, which may include maintenance of city parks, recreation facilities, grounds areas, or other areas of assignment. Performs manual tasks associated with landscaping, grounds keeping, and maintenance of city parks/recreation facilities, which may include grading ballfields, dragging ballfields, raking ballfields, sweeping bases, setting up tents/tables for functions, assembling playground equipment, installing/erecting park equipment, planting trees/shrubs, forming and maintaining flowerbeds, controlling mosquitoes, applying fertilizer, installing/maintaining irrigation systems, laying sod, mowing grass, edging walkways, edging/trimming sports fields and landscaped areas, mixing/applying pesticides and herbicides, emptying trash receptacles, disposing of litter/trash, raking leaves, digging holes/trenches, shoveling materials, and lifting/moving heavy materials. Assists in setting up special events/activities; installs, erects, or hangs holiday decorations; assists with traffic control and litter pickup. Maintains inventory of equipment, materials, and supplies; acquires, distributes, issues and disposes of chemicals; assures that proper safety precautions are in place for storage. Operates a variety of equipment, machinery and tools used in department projects and activities, which may include a dump truck, boom truck, front end loader, backhoe, tractor, tiller, bush hog, mower, weed eater, edger, blower, chain saw, saw, axe, shovel, rake, spraying equipment, and mechanic tools. Transports, loads and unloads various materials and equipment used in projects. Performs general maintenance tasks necessary to keep machinery, equipment and tools in operable condition, which may include inspecting equipment, checking fluid levels, replacing fluids, greasing equipment, washing/cleaning equipment, and cleaning shop and work areas; monitors equipment operations to maintain efficiency and safety; reports faulty equipment. Responds to emergency calls during hurricanes, inclement weather, or other emergency situations. Utilizes precautionary safety equipment and monitors work environment to ensure safety of employees and other individuals. Maintains accurate daily records of areas sprayed in compliance with EPA regulations. Prepares or completes various forms, correspondence, reports, time cards, maintenance reports, spray records, and other documents. Receives various forms, reports, maintenance reports, work orders, diagrams, maps, manuals, chemical data sheets, reference materials, or other documentation; reviews, completes, processes, forwards or retains as appropriate. Communicates with supervisor, employees, other departments, the public, and other individuals as needed to coordinate work activities, review status of work, exchange information, or resolve problems. Communicates via telephone and/or two-way radio; provides information and assistance; takes and relays messages or directs calls to appropriate personnel; returns calls as necessary. Provides assistance to other employees or departments as needed. Performs other related duties as required.
- $16.82 - $18.09 Hourly
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By Colonial Springs Golf Club, - updated February 11 - farmingdale, New York
The spray technician, under the supervision of the golf course superintendent and performs chemical and fertilizer applications on the golf course and clubhouse areas. The chemical technician is responsible for reading, understanding and keeping current with chemical labels and Material Safety Data Sheets (SDS). Performs routine safety inspections on all spraying equipment. Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in compliance with county, state, and federal regulations, and is responsible for the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers. Responsible for tracking fertilizer and chemical inventories.
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