- 41Golf Course Superintendent
- 5Superintendent/General Manager
- 157Assistant Superintendent
- 332nd Assistant Superintendent
- 7Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 49Equipment/Shop Manager
- 42Turf Equipment Technician
- 6Assistant Equipment Technician
- 15Spray/Applications Technician
- 36Irrigation Technician
- 2Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1Director of Golf
- 2Sports Turf Manager
- 3Sports Turf Technician
- 5Landscape Manager
- 9Landscape Technician
- 6Lawn Care Manager
- 5Lawn Care Technician
- 1Parks Supervisor
- 4Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 5Crew Foreman
- 3Equipment Operator
- 16Grounds Staff
- 103Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 11Sales Representative
- 3Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 5Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Snake River Sporting Club, - updated Monday at 08:38 PM - Jackson, Wyoming
Location Description The Snake River Sporting Club is nestled along the Snake River, just 19 miles from Jackson Hole. The club sits higher than the river itself and offers breathtaking views of the Snake River Canyon and surrounding mountain ranges. Jackson Hole offers something for anyone who loves the outdoors. The Snake River is a tremendous spot for anglers on the hunt for the notorious cutthroat trout. The river also offers challenging currents for kayaking and rafting, including whitewater rafting. The Grand Teton National Park is about 13 miles north of Jackson Hole. The Grand Teton National Park offers breathtaking views of the Teton Mountain Range, with fantastic hiking and camping opportunities. Yellowstone National Park is one of the world’s finest National Parks located a little more than 2 hours outside of Jackson Hole. If winter is more your style Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is ranked #1 Best Ski Resort in North America. Jackson Hole offers world class back-country skiing and snowmobiling as well. Golf Course Description The Snake River Sporting Club: Golf Course is a private course, built on a 1980’s cattle ranch, by Tom Weiskopf. SRSC seeded A-4 bentgrass Greens in 2013, with dwarf-bluegrass, Approaches, Fairways and Tees. SRSC measures just over 7,500 yards from the tips and opened as the #2 New Private Course in the US in 2007 (Golf Digest). Golf Digest rated SRSC #1 Best in State: Wyoming for the 2015-2016 season. Golfweek rated SRSC #33 Best: Residential Courses, 2017. As well as the top-rated golf course in Wyoming, SRSC also provides amenities such as: fly fishing, kayaking, archery, clay shooting, hunting, horseback riding, pool, spa, clay tennis court, ice skating, Winter terrain park, tubing hill, Nordic skiing and paddle tennis. Responsibilities Assist in all aspects of daily golf course maintenance with an emphasis on pesticide calculation, calibration and application. Consult with superintendent and assistants daily to plan and supervise crew member tasks and maintenance of golf course and home lawn landscape. Instruct crew members on proper equipment operation, check on crew members during projects, identify and overcome problems in the field, identify and repair irrigation issues and prioritize tasks in order of importance, etc. Upcoming Projects · Construction of new maintenance facility · Full course native renovation · Putting · Poa annua eradication · Installation of 1 USGA spec putting green for resort zone Irrigation Installation - Back 9 native irrigation repair - New putting green irrigation - Installation of new putting course in front of new 70,000 ft2 lodge - New resort zone houses and lodge (22 houses) - Residential home lawn irrigation (new construction) Landscaping Projects - Resort zone houses and lodge (22 houses = 70,000 ft2 lodge) - Residential houses (new construction) - Clubhouse renovation project · Trail creation for hiking, biking and horseback riding · Stream diversion/bridge building SRSC, as well as the Mountain West region, has experienced a drastic increase in both golf rounds and memberships during 2020/2021 and we are expecting this increase to continue through 2022 and beyond. The increase in demand at SRSC has allowed us to continue to expand our operation, there will be a potential for growth for the right candidate. At SRSC we have a lot of job diversity which enables us to avoid getting into the “rut” of doing the same job day in, day out. This position will provide endless opportunities to learn about golf course management in the Mountain West, as well as, home lawn maintenance, landscape, and irrigation installation, among other things.
- $19-21/hr +OT
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By BrightView Golf Course, - Lake Worth, Florida
Golf Course Spray Applicator at Palm Beach National Golf Course Looking for an opportunity where success comes naturally? Then you may have found your crew. We’re looking for a Golf Course Spray Applicator to join our team. Here’s what you’d do: The ideal applicant will be a self-starter and have a stable work history.
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By Juniper Landscaping, - Davie, Florida
Juniper is growing! Juniper Landscaping is seeking an experienced and motivated Spray Tech/Landscape IPM Tech to join our team. This position will be responsible for IPM spraying, fertilization, and pest control on our landscape properties. This is a great career opportunity with a growing company in the landscape industry. Duties and Responsibilities: Identifying, diagnosing, and treating turf and ornamental issues as they arise Applying fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and insecticides as needed to lawns, shrubs and plant material in accordance with accepted industry practices, safety procedures, label instructions, and rules and requirements of various Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies Preparing and mixing products according to label instructions and product specifications, and using in accordance with prescribed safety precautions and directions Ensuring the safe and proper operation of tools, vehicles, and equipment; adhering to safety standards and regulatory requirements Maintaining cleanliness of vehicle and equipment Maintaining accurate records of products used Completing all required correspondence regarding work orders Retention of customers through rapport, communication, and met expectations Using hand tools, power tools and/or equipment to perform IPM duties Performing miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned Skills/Requirements: Certified Pesticide applicator BMP Best Management Practices Certificate preferred Excellent communication skills and customer relations Knowledge of pesticide, fertilizer, and herbicide products and calibration Knowledge of turf and ornamental issues Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with management Ability to work cooperatively with employees and the general public, as well as working independently Horticulture, L&O and agricultural experience in related fields is preferred Experience with operating a Z sprayer Must be able and willing to work for long periods of time outside (in extreme temperatures and direct sunlight) Must be able and willing to bend, stoop, and twist repeatedly throughout the day Must be able to use hand tools and power equipment Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
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By Harborside International Golf Center, - updated November 14 - Chicago, Illinois
Property Description: Located in Chicago, Illinois, Harborside International Golf Center, home to both the Port & Starboard Courses, has been Chicago’s home for golf since 1995. Located only minutes from Chicago’s Loop, Harborside offers the premier golf experience in the Chicagoland area. As the only facility with two of Golfweek’s “Best Courses You Can Play in Illinois” and the home to the most expansive driving range and practice facility. Additional information can be found at www.harborsidegolf.com. Harborside has embarked on a 5-year grounds capital equipment plan. In 2021 Harborside acquired several pieces of maintenance equipment including a greens mower, sidewinder, blower, and tractor. Additionally, several improvement projects have taken place that are golfer focused including 160 new EZGO lithium golf carts, on-course bathroom improvements, driving range net replacement, new GPS in 2022, golf course pump replacement and upgrades to Toro Smart Satellite Irrigation boxes. Position Summary Responsible for making applications and storage of fertilizers, pesticides, etc. to the golf course and related areas. Assists the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent with planning and operational procedures. Trains and supervises staff. Apply relevant landscaping, horticultural principles to assure that quality standards are consistently achieved and/or exceeded. Essential Duties and Responsibilities · Supervise and perform various maintenance duties to maintain the golf course in proper playing condition according to Company/Site standards. · Supervise and participate in the development and maintenance of drainage, irrigation, pumping and water reservoir systems. · Apply pesticides and fertilizers to playing surfaces on a regular basis per the Superintendent’s application schedule. · Participate in course construction projects. · Ensure maintenance of all appropriate quality and cleanliness standards including, but not limited to, employee hygiene and uniforms, equipment repair areas, equipment storage areas, chemical and fertilizer storage areas, receiving areas, washing areas, lunch room areas, restrooms, etc. · Ensure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws, OSHA rules and regulations, relating to chemical and fertilizer storage and disposal, employee safety, public safety, etc. · Maintain knowledge of current and projected industry developments through continuous attention to industry periodicals and participation in relevant trade associations and organizations. · Maintain accurate records of pesticide applications and proper storage pursuant to OSHA and GCSAA standards. · Assist with all staff members completing all 4 levels of KemperSports True Service Training program. · Assist with the desired company initiatives as it relates to KemperSports Green to A Tee Program as well as achieving/maintaining Audubon Certification for Golf Courses · Perform other duties as assigned. Supervises Maintenance Foreman; Equipment Operators; Laborers Classification Full-Time, Non-Seasonal, Hourly, Exempt
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By Southern Soils Turf Solutions, - updated November 8 - DeLand, Florida
Custom Chemical Applicator - Full-Time Position with Health Benefits / 401K / Paid Leave Southern Soils, is the leading custom applicator of insecticides, herbicides, and soil fumigants for your turf and ornamental needs. We are seeking motivated, highly accountable Chemical Applicator Technicians that can Adapt, Improvise, and Overcome! Can you Operate Equipment with surgical precision? Can you Drive a Truck safely and skillfully? Are you Mechanically Inclined? Then we want you on our team! Our team of applicators travel throughout Florida doing custom chemical applications on golf courses and sports turf. **Travel is limited mostly within Florida (March-September) usually during the week and home for the weekend. All travel expenses paid. We work hard in the spring and summer months and enjoy extended paid time off during Nov-Jan. We offer great benefits, a team-based culture that does what it takes to get the job done and satisfy our customers, and employees with a “pride of ownership” in keeping our equipment maintained. CDL Class A and Hazmat Certification preferred. Company assistance available for obtaining/renewing CDL and Hazmat Certification. Golf Course and Turf Experience a plus and we value good mechanics! USA Veterans encouraged to apply!!! Southern Soils Turf Solutions 1731 Langley Ave Deland, FL 32724 www.southernsoils.com For more information: (321) 229-1710
- Competitive salary based on experience
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By JSM Services Inc., - updated November 7 - Tampa, Florida
We are seeking experienced and professional individuals for a Spray Technician position for our Sports Turf division in Tampa, 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.
- $20.00 per hour
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By Harrell's LLC, - Whitestown, Indiana
Drivers are responsible for the custom application of fertilizer products on golf courses to meet customer expectations in a safe and time efficient manner. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assist dispatcher with planning route to insure most economical use of time and equipment. Ability to operate a spreader vehicle and spread the fertilizer on a golf course. Ability to operate truck mounted crane to load spreader vehicle with fertilizer to be custom applied. Deliver and pickup products to customers and get receiving tickets signed. Maintain contact with dispatcher via radio and telephone on a continuous basis and report any delays or problems. Maintain truck mileage log as required by DOT regulations. Perform routine inspection on assigned equipment and refer defects or repairs to supervisor; clean equipment. Perform all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards. Unload products, via donkey if required, at customers’ sites. Provide customer service any time it is necessary. Complete paperwork required by customer or Harrell’s. Secure load prior to each run. Must represent Harrell’s in a positive manner at all times. Ensure compliance with all Federal, State and Local ordinances affecting this position. Ensure compliance with all Company policies and programs. Maintain valid licenses, certifications and/or permits required to perform responsibilities. Ensure timely processing of system information and proper documentation concerning inventory transactions (shipments, transfers, receipts, changes in cost/price, etc.). Other duties as assigned SKILLS AND ABILITES: Must show good knowledge of geographical area to facilitate efficient routing. Ability to drive a donkey to unload materials Ability to read directions and a street map to plot delivery if necessary. Ability to maintain driving hours log. Able to carry out a series of work instructions without constant supervision. Must be able to lift up to sixty pounds regularly in order to load and deliver products. Ability to tip and roll a three hundred pound drum of chemicals. Ability to communicate effectively. Thorough knowledge of traffic laws and defensive driving. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Prolonged sitting and driving a heavy duty vehicle – must be able to climb, sit, see, hear, grasp, and steer a vehicle in motion. Communicating with internal and external customers - must be able to talk, hear, see, and comprehend; must be able to use a mobile phone. Load and unload trucks – must be able to lift minimum of 60 pounds regularly in order to load and deliver products, some manually as well as with a forklift, must be able to stand, walk, reach, lift, carry, pull, push, bend, and grasp. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work environment characteristics described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. Must be able to work in severe weather conditions, both heat and cold. Exposed to various traffic conditions and possible construction. Occasionally may be exposed to noise levels that exceed a normal threshold. May be required to travel overnight (site specific). PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Must wear steel-toed boots. Recommended: Safety glasses, ear plugs, gloves, back brace, and safety attire as noted by guides provided in specific areas. These items will be provided by Harrell’s upon request. Personal Protective Equipment must be worn in accordance with SDS recommendations.
- DOE- For more information contact HR at HR@harrells.com
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By Harrell's LLC, - updated October 20 - York, Pennsylvania
Drivers are responsible for the custom application of fertilizer products on golf courses to meet customer expectations in a safe and time efficient manner. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Assist dispatcher with planning route to insure most economical use of time and equipment. Ability to operate a spreader vehicle and spread the fertilizer on a golf course. Ability to operate truck mounted crane to load spreader vehicle with fertilizer to be custom applied. Deliver and pickup products to customers and get receiving tickets signed. Maintain contact with dispatcher via radio and telephone on a continuous basis and report any delays or problems. Maintain truck mileage log as required by DOT regulations. Perform routine inspection on assigned equipment and refer defects or repairs to supervisor; clean equipment. Perform all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards. Unload products, via donkey if required, at customers’ sites. Provide customer service any time it is necessary. Complete paperwork required by customer or Harrell’s. Secure load prior to each run. Must represent Harrell’s in a positive manner at all times. Ensure compliance with all Federal, State and Local ordinances affecting this position. Ensure compliance with all Company policies and programs. Maintain valid licenses, certifications and/or permits required to perform responsibilities. Ensure timely processing of system information and proper documentation concerning inventory transactions (shipments, transfers, receipts, changes in cost/price, etc.). Other duties as assigned. SKILLS AND ABILITES: Must show good knowledge of geographical area to facilitate efficient routing. Ability to drive a donkey to unload materials Ability to read directions and a street map to plot delivery if necessary. Ability to maintain driving hours log. Able to carry out a series of work instructions without constant supervision. Must be able to lift up to sixty pounds regularly in order to load and deliver products. Ability to tip and roll a three hundred pound drum of chemicals. Ability to communicate effectively. Thorough knowledge of traffic laws and defensive driving. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Prolonged sitting and driving a heavy duty vehicle – must be able to climb, sit, see, hear, grasp, and steer a vehicle in motion. Communicating with internal and external customers - must be able to talk, hear, see, and comprehend; must be able to use a mobile phone. Load and unload trucks – must be able to lift minimum of 60 pounds regularly in order to load and deliver products, some manually as well as with a forklift, must be able to stand, walk, reach, lift, carry, pull, push, bend, and grasp. WORKING CONDITIONS: Work environment characteristics described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. Must be able to work in severe weather conditions, both heat and cold. Exposed to various traffic conditions and possible construction. Occasionally may be exposed to noise levels that exceed a normal threshold. May be required to travel overnight (site specific). PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Must wear steel-toed boots. Recommended: Safety glasses, ear plugs, gloves, back brace, and safety attire as noted by guides provided in specific areas. These items will be provided by Harrell’s upon request. Personal Protective Equipment must be worn in accordance with SDS recommendations.
- DOE - for more information contact HR at HR@harrells.com
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By Bay Colony Golf Club, - updated October 19 - Naples, Florida
SPRAY TECHNICIAN OPPORTUNITY AT BAY COLONY GOLF CLUB JOB SUMMARY The Spray Technician applies fertilizers and chemicals to the golf course. This position also includes performing golf course maintenance. HOURS / DAYS Full Time. Hours and days fluctuate according to the needs of the golf course and golf club grounds. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES · Measure, mix and apply a variety of fertilizer and chemical products in a safe manner for turf management and disease or pest control · Inspect and monitor turf, shrubs, trees and lakes for deficiencies · Calibrate, operate and maintain golf course equipment including spraying and spreading equipment · Follow all safety rules and procedures · Maintain chemical inventories, application records and updated M.S.D.S. sheets · Properly store, handle, apply and clean up fertilizers, chemicals and equipment · Ensure compliance to all local, state and federal regulations · Assist other staff members as needed
- $20 - $25 per hour based on experience
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By Montclair Golf Club, - updated October 11 - West Orange, New Jersey
Montclair Golf Club Spray Technician Related Titles: Chemical Application Specialist Reports to: Director of Golf Course Operations; Senior Assistant Superintendent; Assistant Superintendent Supervises: No supervisory duties are included in this position. Classification: Education and/or Experience Degree or Certificate from an accredited turf school Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations Complete knowledge of chemical application equipment. Knowledge in the safe mechanical operation and calibration of the following types of equipment: mechanically pressurized spray equipment; hand-operated spray equipment; hand-operated rotary spreaders; hand-operated drop spreaders; and utility tractors. Knowledge of the rules of golf and/or ability to play golf desirable. Knowledge of and ability to perform required role during emergency situations. Job Summary (Essential Functions) Select and appropriately apply all pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers associated with grounds and golf course maintenance as dictated by Director of Golf Course Operations, Senior Assistant Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent Job Tasks/Duties Applies pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers as directed to maintain excellent condition of grounds and golf course; documents all applications. Compiles reports of pesticide, herbicide and fertilizer use on the golf course and calculates use rates for all products applied on the property. Maintains proper inventory of products. Reports equipment issues to the mechanic promptly. Responsible for the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers. 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. Attends applicable training seminars, classes and trade shows to maintain current knowledge as dictated by Director of Golf Course Operations. Responsible for reading, understanding and keeping current with the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) and maintaining them in a convenient location. Understands and complies with all policies set forth in the club’s Employee Handbook. Attends staff meetings as prescribed by Director of Golf Course Operations. Performs other appropriate tasks assigned by the Director of Golf Course Operations. Licenses and Special Requirements Current state certification or licensing as a pesticide and fertilizer applicator. Valid driver’s license. Physical Demands and Work Environment Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions. Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. Able to meet and perform the physical requirements and to work effectively in an environment which is typical of this position. Frequent lifting, bending, climbing, stooping and pulling. Frequent repetitive motions. Continuous standing and walking. May need to use some protective equipment, such as a respirator, gloves, earplugs, eye guards/visors, boots and hats as required on Pesticide Label, MSDS Labels or State Law.
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By Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club, - Naples, Florida
Cypress Woods Golf and Country Club is looking for an IPM Specialist. We are located in South West Florida in North Naples. We are an 18 holes golf course with around 80 acres of manageable turf. Great opportunity for a technician wanting to move into a lead position or a current technician wanting to further their knowledge and enjoy the luxuries of having the weekend off (Big Perk).
- Starting pay will be $18/hour
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By Old Palm Golf Club, Inc., - PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida
Old Palm Golf Club is looking for a Golf Spray Technician to join our team. The ideal applicant will be a self-starter and have a stable work history. Essential functions: · Under the supervision of the Director of Agronomy, the Golf Course Superintendent and the Assistant Superintendents performs pesticide applications on golf course properties. · Spray Tech is responsible for appropriately applying all chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers associated with grounds and golf course maintenance. · Understand and keeping current with Safety Data Sheets and pesticide labels; responsible for compiling reports of pesticide usage (spray cards). · Executes the spray program as directed by the Director of Agronomy. · Maintains application equipment chemical storage and mixing areas in compliance with county, state and federal regulations. · Perform safe mechanical operation and calibration of application equipment. · Able to operate efficiently and safety at all times. · Apply pesticides and fertilizers as appropriate to maintain proper condition of golf course and grounds. · Maintain product inventory with appropriate recordkeeping. · Perform other duties and/or tasks as directed by Management. · Responsible for work area to be kept clean. Knowledge, skills and abilities: · Must be able and willing to take directions. · Must possess excellent organizational skills and coordinate and complete tasks with limited supervision. · Must be a self-starter and eager to learn. · Must possess time management skills. · Knowledgeable in the safe mechanical operation and calibration of application equipment. · Ability to deal effectively and cooperatively with employees, management and members.
- $18- $20 based on experience.
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By Grand Cypress Golf Club, - Orlando, Florida
Spray/Applications Technician - *$1000 hiring bonus Benchmark’s company culture is central to our management philosophy. The company’s stated purpose is “to provide an entrepreneurial environment where determined people dare to create, share, and build futures. To be the “benchmark” by which all others are judged takes passion, courage, and dedication. We invite you to explore our extraordinary offering of unique opportunities, all with a common goal of providing an unforgettable journey. BASIC FUNCTION: Serves as front line member of a team responsible for performing maintenance activities for the golf course. Primary area of emphasis involves application of fertilizers and chemicals to golf course and property. At times, this position may also be assigned to other duties, including equipment operation. QUALIFICATIONS: KNOWLEDGE, TRAINING, & WORK EXPERIENCE 2 Years of Experience in Golf Course or Grounds Maintenance and/or Landscaping is required. Knowledge of game of golf is preferred and helpful. State of Florida Commercial Applicator License for turf and ornamentals is required with-in 90 days of acceptance of the position. Ability to perform mathematical calculations to properly apply fertilizer and chemical applications. Ability to communicate in written and oral forms. Ability to work independently and in team setting. Ability to interact well with others in a professional and courteous manner. Ability to operate a variety of small equipment and hand tools in safe manner. Ability to adjust and learn new equipment operation and procedures. Ability to operate all types of equipment used in the operation of maintenance of a golf course. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Must be well groomed. Dress requirements include assigned uniform. Uniform must be worn at all times while working on the property. 2. Applies chemicals and fertilizers to resort areas in correct manner. 3. Calibrates fertilizer and chemical application equipment. Uses hand spreaders, push spreaders, hand sprayer, backpack sprayer, walking hawk boom sprayer, riding sprayer. 4. Familiar with the characteristics and proper use of fertilizers and chemicals. 5. Chemical and fertilizer application and related record keeping and compliance with applicable regulatory requirements. 6. Ensures that chemicals, and other controlled products are used, stored and disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal regulations; maintains required records and strives to minimize the use of chemicals and other controlled products. 7. Able to perform basic mathematic calculations, calibrations and able to convert and understand fractions, decimals, and percentages when applying fertilizers and pesticides. 8. Ability to safely apply fertilizers and pesticides and use the required PPE. 9. Maintains application, equipment calibration, and product inventory records. 10. Follows proper procedures in mixing and loading chemicals into application equipment. 11. Keeps application equipment clean and reports any problems that need to be repaired to the supervisor. 12. Keeps the chemical storage area clean and organized with dry products stored above liquid products. 13. Uses walking and riding greens mower, tee mower, fairway mower, rough mower, roller, bunker rake, carts, push mowers, and a variety of powered and non-powered hand tools to maintain golf course grounds and landscaping. Cleans and maintains equipment that is used. Treats all equipment with care and respect. Operates equipment in a safe and efficient manner. 14. Reports problems encountered on site to supervisor immediately. Takes appropriate steps to address emergency situations. 15. Practice excellent telephone etiquette (smile in voice) at all times. Be alert, courteous and helpful to guests. 16. Maintain the highest level of employee/guest relations. 17. Must be well-mannered, greet guests and employees when encountered, and show appreciation to the guest for being at the resort, show willingness to help guests and employees at all times. 18. Maintain a good working relationship with all Departments 19. The ability to work various shifts or days of the week according to business needs. 20. Be familiar with all property amenities and other restaurants. MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Comply with Villas of Grand Cypress Resort policies and procedures. 2. Communicate daily with staff and other departments in regard to duties and activities. 3. Responsible for department and equipment cleanliness, safety and appearance. 4. Respond to any reasonable task requested by management 5. Team player and respectful to others 6. Support other departments whenever possible through direct and indirect support. ENVIRONMENT: Outdoor, varied terrain, varied weather conditions *$500 paid at 90 days of employment, $500 paid at 6 months of employment
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By BrightView Golf Maintenance, - Phoenix, Maryland
Golf Course Spray Applicator at Hillendale Country Club Looking for an opportunity where success comes naturally? Then you may have found your crew. We’re looking for a Golf Course Spray Applicator to join our team. Here’s what you’d do: The ideal applicant will be a self-starter and have a stable work history.
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By Pro Grass Inc, - updated September 15 - 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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