- 50Golf Course Superintendent
- 173Assistant Superintendent
- 332nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 40Equipment/Shop Manager
- 28Turf Equipment Technician
- 8Assistant Equipment Technician
- 18Spray/Applications Technician
- 23Irrigation 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
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 7Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Product Support Manager
- 1District Manager
- 1Director of Operations
- 1Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By City of Cape Coral, - Cape Coral, Florida
SENIOR GROUNDSKEEPER https://agency.governmentjobs.com/capecoral/default.cfm?action=specbulletin&ClassSpecID=1159748&headerfooter=0
- $38,209 to $42,030 per hour
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By Omni Hotels and Resorts, - Fernandina Beach, Florida
General Knowledge of most golf course maintenance practices. Sand trap maintenance, hand trimming, edging, shoveling, raking and light duty riding mowing. Demonstrate preparation for day’s work by arriving in uniform and with a positive attitude. Understand daily job assignment chart and how your assignment relates to that day’s play. Recognize the various equipment applications so as to make the proper selection for that job assignment. Demonstrate the capability to function as a member of a team to accomplish established goals. Carry out all golf course maintenance tasks with a sense of pride and ownership so as to adhere to established quality guidelines for daily course conditioning. Inspect all tools and equipment prior to during and after use. Operate all equipment safely and with care and consideration of its value. Report any damage and or lack of performance to a supervisor. Also demonstrate an understanding of the work order system for equipment repair and maintenance. Have a thorough understanding of Omni Hotel rules and regulations as outlined in the Omni Hotels employee handbook.
- $15 to $20 per hour
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By Blue Heron Pines Golf Club, - Egg Harbor City, New Jersey
Whether you like golf, being outdoors, or just being around great people, Blue Heron is the right fit for you! Blue Heron Pines Golf Club is looking for an enthusiastic and passionate Grounds Crew Member to join our team! In this position, you'll be spending your day on the 18-hole course ensuring that the landscape is healthy and captures the natural charm of the pinelands. If you want to use your expertise to help drive memorable experiences for golfers of all ages, apply below! DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Precise mowing – greens, tee boxes, fairways, rough, and around clubhouse. Edging, raking, and other duties including sand trap maintenance. Pulling weeds, trimming trees & shrubs, mulching beds throughout the course and clubhouse. Grounds cleanup on course and around clubhouse, including limbs, sticks, trash, etc. Assist in cleanup and maintenance of equipment. Make repairs to irrigation system as needed and learn operation of system. Change cups and tee markers. Trims trees, prunes shrubbery, and cultivates shrubs and flowers. Assist in project work to including but not limited to: construction of greens, tees, and fairways; prepare soil base; lay sod and seed tees, greens and fairways Ability to safely and properly operate trucks and motorized equipment Perform other duties as directed by his/her supervisor QUALIFCATIONS High School Graduate or GED preferred Must be available to work early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays Ability to lift 70 lbs Requires stooping, kneeling, crawling, bending, turning, and reaching Must be able to drive a mechanical vehicle
- Starting at $16 an hour
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By Germantown Academy, - Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
Germantown Academy, located in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, is seeking qualified, experienced candidates for a full-time position of General Maintenance/Groundskeeper beginning as soon as possible. This is a 12-month position, which offers an excellent array of benefits and a highly competitive salary. The Academy, founded in 1759, is a non-sectarian, coeducational, college preparatory school of more than 1,200 students in Grades PK-12, located in the northwest suburbs of Philadelphia on a campus of 126 acres. Candidates must exhibit an appreciation of, a sensitivity to, and respect for a diverse academic environment, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff of varying social, economic, cultural, ideological and ethnic backgrounds. At Germantown Academy, we are committed to creating a learning environment that is as diverse as the broader, global world of which we are a part. We value this diversity because it makes us a stronger community, enriches our thinking, and helps us to develop our collaborative spirit. Position Purpose: Reporting to the Grounds Superintendent, the Groundskeeper will support the overall well-being and upkeep of the facility to ensure a safe and beautiful environment for students, faculty, staff, and all members of the community. General Responsibilities: Responsible to perform maintenance and repair duties which assures the preservation and upkeep of the School, its buildings and fixtures. Provide physical services for all repairs and renovation programs not performed by others. Respond to requests made through FMX, by school administration and supervisor. Observe all safety regulations and policies. In cases of emergencies, inclement weather or disaster, the Groundskeeper will be required to report to work and work overtime on weekends, holidays and snow days. Maintain and provide inventory/order to supervisor for all related materials. Support Maintenance Department in all aspects of general maintenance as required for furniture set ups/breakdowns for School events, snow removal and snow maintenance; parking assistance and correction of emergency conditions such as sewer back-ups or water flooding of classrooms/other areas. Provide written lists of noted deficiencies on campus to the Grounds Superintendent. Such lists should outline specific conditions or situations, exact locations, and recommendations for corrective action. Daily performance of duties shall be carried out with respect for faculty, staff and the School community, its building and grounds. Required to perform other related duties as assigned. Specific Responsibilities: Maintain the grounds, grass, shrubbery, trees, walkways, steps, and retaining walls on campus. Perform ground maintenance and landscaping functions such as fence repairs, asphalt and concrete repairs, grass mowing, tree removal, pruning, etc. Prepare fields and facilities for athletics use as necessitated by school calendar and/or requests from departments. Occasionally this requires overtime and/or weekend hours. Remove trash from grounds, landscaped areas, and parking lots daily. Clean/clear storm drains. Inspect and maintain playground areas and equipment. Maintain equipment used in the upkeep of grounds/fields. Required Physical Characteristics: Ability to easily lift 50 pounds throughout the course of an eight – ten-hour day. Ability to walk, bend, stand, do manual labor throughout an eight – ten-hour day. Physical ability to complete grounds, fields and general maintenance projects. Ability and agility to operate all maintenance equipment (i.e.: mowers, trimmers, chainsaw, utility vehicles, leaf blowers, snow blowers, hi lift, ladders, etc.) Visual acuity of at least 20/40 (with corrective lenses if needed) sufficient to maintain accurate records, read instructions and complete inventory and forms. Ability to speak and understand English sufficiently to give directions and communicate with supervisor, vendors, and contractors. Ability to read and write English legibly and accurately and to utilize necessary computer maintenance programs. Qualifications: At least 18 years of age High School diploma Valid driver’s license and clean driving record Prior groundskeeping experience Candidate will be required to submit paperwork for criminal and child abuse background checks Willingness to attend horticulture classes or related seminars Knowledge and use of chemicals and pesticides. Personal Attributes: Must maintain a positive, can-do approach to the work at hand. Must meet required standards of performance with minimum supervision. Must be able to communicate comfortably with the full range of school staff, faculty, administration and students. Needs to anticipate problems and undertake solutions without prompting. Need to provide continuous attention to quality, detail and final results. Candidates who meet these criteria should apply online at: https://www.germantownacademy.net/about/work-ga/ga-job-board/~board/workga/post/general-maintenance-groundskeeper
- $16 to $20 per hour
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By City of Thornton, Colorado, - Thornton, Colorado
Under specified supervision, performs a variety of duties maintaining parks, open space, trails, municipal grounds, rights-of-way, medians, and roundabouts; or a variety of arboricultural duties to include the care and maintenance of trees, shrubs and/or flowers. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the lower level or, when filled from the outside, require previous and directly related experience. The typical schedule for this position is Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 3:00 pm, with some weekend and evening hours required for snow removal, events, etc. There are two vacancies for this opening, which will remain open until filled. Please apply early if you are interested! Park Maintenance Specialist I: Under general supervision, incumbents assigned to this class are expected to perform the full range of work assigned to this class and to work with independence and initiative. Park Maintenance Specialist II: Under direction incumbents work independently, exercising judgment and initiative. Incumbents may train employees on duties and safety practices, and lead a crew in the absence of a crew leader or supervisor. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following tasks, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. The list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class.) Performs park maintenance duties including various combinations of the following: waters, mows, weeds, trims, renovates, and fertilizes turf areas; plants, waters, edges, prunes, and removes trees, shrubs, bushes, and flowers; clears snow, leaves, and debris from rights-of-way, sidewalks, sports fields and courts; empties trash receptacles and transports rubbish to landfill. Performs maintenance on the ball fields including repairing batter boxes and pitching mound areas, removes litter, sweeps dugouts, cleans bleachers and dugouts; performs infield maintenance including blowing off turf area bordering the infield, hand raking perimeter, edges, scarify, nail drags and safety drags infield; transports equipment. Performs conversions for the Naturally Thornton program. This includes removal of bluegrass, preparing a new seedbed, reseeding the area, mowing, modifying irrigation systems and keeping the area weed free throughout the establishment period. Maintain the city’s open space areas such as waterways, lakes, trail corridors and other undeveloped properties. Some of the tasks include noxious weed identification and control, invasive tree and shrub control, trail maintenance, amenity maintenance, monitoring wildlife and fish issues and litter control. Operates and maintains equipment necessary to complete the duties required for the position. Inspects and repairs park equipment and facilities, such as playground equipment, picnic tables, and grills. Responds to requests, concerns and inquiries from the public and City staff. Maintains and repairs computerized park irrigation system, changing and adjusting sprinkler heads, maintaining controllers, and assisting in the installation and major maintenance of irrigation plumbing. Maintains trees, shrubs, and beds throughout the City by watering, pruning, trimming, planting, removing, weeding and chipping. Identifies and coordinates the pruning and removal of high-risk trees and shrubs on public and private property. Maintains landscape throughout the City pertaining to major medians, rights-of-ways (ROW) and roundabouts by watering, planting, pruning, weeding and enhancing hardscapes. Selects, purchases, plants, prunes, and removes trees and other plant materials. Examines and identifies various trees or landscape planting sites to evaluate specific health and maintenance needs. Recommends/implements solutions for problems such as pests and diseases. Designs, plants, maintains, and removes annual flowers within park flowerbeds. Selects and purchases shrubs, perennials, and annual flowers. Participates in the maintenance of the Xeric Garden. Provides diagnostic services and advice to residents, public groups and City staff on matters related to trees and tree care. Maintains tree inventory using ESRI/ArcMap software. Assists with mapping projects using ArcMap software. Assists with the generation of Tree City USA documentation. Assists in developing and performing an inventory of shrub beds and plant materials using ESRI/ArcMap software. Assists with mapping projects using ArcMap software. Updates and adds general arboriculture information to the web page. Assists with the planning, coordination and setup of public programs and special events such as Arbor Day, Thorntonfest, and the Trees for Tomorrow program. Attends these events. May act as a lead worker for special projects including, but not limited to, landscape plantings, inventory projects, tree workshops, Arbor Day events, and educational presentations. Responds to on-site inquiries from the public and staff. Inspects parks and trails for safety hazards such as debris and landslides. Sets up appropriate traffic control devices when working in the right-of-ways and medians. Assists in snow removal. Maintains daily work logs. May apply herbicides and pesticides in accordance with prescribed guidelines; maintains usage records. May train employees, assign work, monitor progress, and inform supervisor of performance issues. May lead and oversee the work of seasonal park maintenance workers. May be required to work overtime. May work a varying schedule and/or shift. Performs other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Education/Experience: Park Maintenance Specialist I: High school diploma or GED; twelve months related experience. Grounds maintenance, forestry or horticulture experience preferred. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. Park Maintenance Specialist II: High school diploma or GED; three years’ experience in park, open space, or grounds maintenance, forestry, horticulture, or related field. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Park Maintenance Specialist I: Valid Colorado driver’s license with a safe driving record. Commercial Driver’s License preferred. Ability to obtain one of the following certifications within twelve months of hire; pesticide applicator license, Certified Arborist certification from International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), or mastery badge from the Colorado State University Certified Gardener program. Park Maintenance Specialist II: In addition to previous licensing requirements, must possess Landscape Technician certification, Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) certification from ISA, or a Certified Playground Safety Inspector through the NPRA.
- $21 to $33 per hour
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By American Golf Corporation, - updated May 6 - Bayside, New York
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. 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 Additional Responsibilities May perform on-site repair of green maintenance equipment May train, direct, and evaluate the work of other Greenkeepers as directed 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 Ability to understand and follow directions Ability to work cooperatively with others Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers Valid driver’s license Previous golf course experience is preferred, but not required. To apply, email General Manager Directly at GM@Clearviewparkgc.com
- $15 to $19 per hour
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By Portland Parks and Recreation, - updated May 5 - Portland, Oregon
The Greenskeeper III is a Golf Course Equipment Mechanic for Portland Parks and Recreation. The Golf Course Equipment Mechanic performs mechanical repair, maintenance and modification of equipment used in golf course operations and directs others in the appropriate use of equipment and care of grounds. Golf Course Equipment Mechanics may be required to help maintain golf course greens, grounds and facilities, including irrigation systems and directing, training and reviewing the work of others in the appropriate care of grounds and to ensure proper use and operation of equipment. Weekend work may be required for this position on an as-needed basis.
- $28 to $34 per hour
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By Lewis & Clark College, - updated April 29 - Portland, Oregon
Events Preparation, General Maintenance ABOUT THE POSITION: Effectively provides general events and grounds maintenance services for Lewis & Clark College as assigned under the auspices of Facilities Services within the financial resources available that will involve light to heavy physical effort. DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Responds to on-campus emergency facilities services and events calls as Essential Staff. Safely operates all hand and power tools necessary to complete assigned tasks. Other duties as assigned. General Event Responsibilities Perform weekend event setups and breakdown for various College events. - Fill in for Events when additional labor is needed or a team member is absent. Maintains accurate records of materials, labor and equipment used on assigned tasks. Coordinates with skilled tradesmen and assigned supervisors for the purpose of completing projects and work orders efficiently. Executes movement of campus furniture, appliances and equipment including removing and attaching items to walls using hand tools generally for dormitories. Performs basic residential appliance function checks and repairs. Moves, loads, unloads, and delivers heavy and bulky materials, supplies, and equipment by hand, dolly, pallet jack, forklift and other means. Performs assembly and installation of requested furniture and campus equipment generally for dormitories. General Grounds Maintenance Responsibilities Pruning plants for the purpose of cutting back from buildings, parking spaces, roads and sidewalks . Mowing lawns by hand rotary or riding mower. Basic string trimming. Remove debris from hard tops (Parking Lots, Walking Paths, Side Walks & Stairs) and lawns. Removal and recycling of trash found on grounds. Other grounds maintenance practices that does not require expertise or specialized training. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School diploma or equivalent Able to maintain a valid driver’s license, meet the College vehicle insurance requirements, and pass the College’s Driver’s Safety Training Course Fork lift certification or ability to obtain with provided training Minimum of 3 years’ experience in general maintenance Must be able to read and understand directions, communicate effectively with diverse populations, complete assigned tasks with minimum amount of direction and supervision, and provide over-time and weekend work as required. Requires the use of proper PPE to meet OSHA requirements, including but not limited to: negative pressure respirators, medical clearance, respirator fit testing, maintenance, protection, storage, and proper usage. Requires meeting all applicable OSHA requirements per policy, procedures, and practices (such as but not limited to: lockout/tagout, ladder safety, fall protection, machine usage, forklift usage, confined spaces, hazardous communication, respiratory usage program, and other OSHA requirements applicable to the position.) REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Ability to use grounds equipment such as hand mower, riding mower, string trimmer, backpack blower, chain saw and other non-specialized equipment. Basic knowledge of repair and maintenance practices and techniques Basic knowledge in working with blueprints and drawings Ability to perform the physical tasks required to carry out job responsibilities. • Ability to read and understand directions Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population Ability to complete the assigned tasks with minimum amount of supervision and direction Ability to provide over-time or weekend work as required. Ability to maintain a valid Oregon driver’s license and meet College vehicle insurance requirements Strong customer service skills Strong interpersonal skills Basic computer proficiency, especially in email communication and the automated work order request system Ability to work on ladders and scaffolding WORK SCHEDULE: Available to work weekends. PAY RATE: $24.74 per hour Benefits Eligible: Yes PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to work in a stooped, kneeling, crouched, or squatting position continuously. Must be able to lift and carry a 50 pound weight repetitively over one-half hour periods. Must be able to carry a 25 pound weight repetitively and continuously. Must be able to effectively and safely manipulate the tools and equipment needed for assigned tasks.
- $24.74 per hour
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By TURTLE CREEK GOLF CLUB, - updated April 28 - Rockledge, Florida
Full time positions available. Experience preferred but not required. Job duties could include but not limited top heavy lifting, operating machinery, cup cutting, weed eating, trash and debris removal etc...
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By City of Cambridge, - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Taking technical supervision from and reporting to the Superintendent as well as the Golf Professional/Director, the Greens Assistant is responsible for: Watering/syringing greens, fairways, tees and rough Mowing all areas of turf Aerating & fertilizing greens, fairways and tees Raking and manicuring sand traps Operate all equipment, tools and vehicles necessary to perform the above work General repairs and preventative maintenance of turf and landscape equipment. Knowledge of electric machinery is a plus Scheduling workforce for 7 days coverage of the Golf Course in the absence of the Superintendent Supervising other personnel assigned to Golf Course Maintenance Performing various tasks assigned by the Director of Recreation during the months the Golf Course is not open for play Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Three years of experience overseeing all areas of golf course maintenance. Knowledge of grinding reels and bedknives/setting and maintaining height of cut. Must have a pesticide applicators license. Winter school for Turf Managers certificate or 2-year degree in Turfgrass Management. The City of Cambridge’s workforce, like the community it serves, is diverse. Applicants must have the ability to work and interact effectively with individuals and groups with a variety of identities, cultures, backgrounds, and ideologies. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Exposed to all weather conditions and will work in a moderate to high noise level environment caused by the sound of machinery or powered equipment being used. Required to adhere to all safety and dress code policies. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Repetitive lifting between 25 – 200 pounds, bending, squatting, stretching, pushing, dragging and pulling. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. RATE: $30.31-$34.55 per hour plus excellent benefits HOURS OF WORK: 40 hours per week; early mornings and weekends APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit both your resume and cover letter via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or to the Personnel Dept, Room 309, City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02139. Fax 617-349-4312. Resumes reviewed on an ongoing basis. Position will remain open until filled. We are an AA/EEO Employer.
- $30 to $34 per hour
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By Four Seasons Golf & Sports Club - Orlando, - updated April 25 - Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club Orlando is an 18-hole Tom Fazio design located in the heart of Lake Buena Vista Florida (Disney). Four Seasons Golf and Sports Club Orlando offers an incredible experience set amid varying elevations, abundant wildlife, and protected wetlands. The golf course has hosted various Champions Tour and LPGA events over the last 5 years, most recently hosting the 2021 LPGA Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions. We are looking to add team-oriented individuals with a passion for the game of golf and course management. These positions require a positive attitude, strong work ethic, ability to work with the team as well as work alone, and willingness to want to learn all aspects of golf maintenance. The groundskeeper positions assist the course maintenance staff in day-to-day operations, performs daily course maintenance responsibilities to a high level and incorporates safe work practices in job performance. The potential candidates would be capable of following instructions as given and would adopt the “culture” of the department in behavior, work ethic and appearance. Our team puts a lot of effort into creating a unique development plan to enhance each team member's skills and focus on work- life balance as a key component. The Groundskeepers will work 40 hours a week with every other weekend off. Our team consists of Groundskeepers, Project Manager/ Irrigation Technician, Equipment Technicians, Assistant Golf Course Superintendents, Golf Course Superintendent and Director of Golf Course & Landscape Operation.
- $15.37/ hour - $18.26/hour with department wide wage increase in July 2022
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By Planterra Club, - Peachtree City, Georgia
At ClubCorp, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. Golf Course Maintenance at Planterra Club: Home to a scenic, private 18-hole golf course and so much more. Our Club has just completed a stunning renovation to provide you with a haven for your busy lifestyle. Come experience exciting new enhancements to the golf course and practice facilities while enjoying the many networking and socializing opportunities we offer including access to five area country clubs. Discover life as it should be at The Planterra Club. Golf Course Maintenance at White Oak: The White Oak play experience has evolved over the years, and today offers a wonderfully diverse yet cohesive play experience for golfers of all experience levels. With Rocky Roquemore as the principal architect, it features 36 holes — the very traditional Old Course and the more modern Seminole Course. It’s an ever-popular destination for our Atlanta-area golf Members. With four lighted tennis courts and a regular schedule of clinics, group instruction and private lessons, White Oak is an ideal place to get into your game. Make a splash at the Club pool, which includes a much-loved children’s play area. Indulge in our signature personalized service at the White Oak grill room and bar, at the heart of the clubhouse with sweeping views of the course and a covered patio for casual dining. Golf Course Maintenance at Flat Creek: A perennial favorite of our Members, the Joe Lee-designed golf course at Flat Creek offers 27 holes comprised of three diverse nines, with elevation changes and scenic views that follow the meandering creek. A double-sided driving range and short-game practice area let you refine your game, while the Golf Lounge is a novel indoor destination featuring a variety of virtual games accompanied by great food and drinks. Beyond the course, Flat Creek features lighted tennis and pickleball courts and a sparkling swimming pool with a waterside Snack Shack for refreshments. At the heart of the inviting clubhouse is Grille 27, a highly rated dining experience with indoor and patio seating as well as a lively bar area. For private events, the banquet facility can accommodate up to 300 guests. Golf Course Maintenance at CanonGate: Comprising 36 holes and four distinct nines, Canongate Golf Club originally opened in 1965 with 18 holes designed by world-renowned architects Dick Wilson and Joe Lee. In 1999, an additional 18 holes were added — a collaboration of architects Rocky Roquemore and Jeff Burton. The result is a varied yet seamless experience that our Members have grown to love. A double-sided driving range and short-game practice area are perfect for skill refinement, while a high-tech performance analysis center, customized lessons, and professional club fitting round out the golf experience. Pristine lighted tennis courts with comprehensive instruction services will let you perfect your game. Dip into the pool while the kids explore their own water-play area. Panoramic golf course views and delicious casual cuisine define the dining experience at the Canongate clubhouse, with outdoor seating and walk-up service available. Golf Course Maintenance at White Water: Celebrated by golf enthusiasts of the region, Whitewater Creek is a signature Arnold Palmer-designed course — encompassing 18 holes of gorgeous fairways and impeccable greens, nestled among stately oaks, rolling foothills and scenic waterways. With strategic bunkers and water hazards at every turn, this course is both a challenge and a pleasure to play. Six lighted tennis courts and a family-friendly pool facility make Whitewater Creek a favorite place to relax for our Members. In addition, the Bar & Grill offers an indoor and outdoor dining experience that overlooks the sweeping golf course — serving as a vibrant hub for social activity at the Club. Golf Course Maintenance at Braelinn: Tree-lined fairways, challenging water features and numerous bunkers define the 18-hole golf course, a collaborative vision of Joe Lee and Rocky Roquemore. A double-sided driving range, short-game practice area and two full-time instructors make easy work of improving your game. After a round, enjoy casual bites and libations at the Cabana Grill and Bar. At Braelinn, leisure and recreation abound. Lighted tennis courts provide extended play for our Member players. A true oasis, the generous swimming pool is served by the Cabana Lounge, while the adjacent children’s pool, slide and splash pad delight the young. The Sports Club at Braelinn is a comprehensive fitness facility, complete with state-of-the-art equipment, a soothing steam room, upscale locker rooms and a Kids’ Club. Two fitness rooms and a spin studio host more than 30 free classes weekly for Members, available as a virtual experience as well. When it comes to dining, the Braelinn clubhouse is home to an intimate grill-style restaurant that overlooks the driving range, with an outdoor pavilion and fireplace that’s a favorite gathering spot. JOB SUMMARY The Golf course maintenance/ grounds maintenance is responsible for the daily maintenance of the clubhouse’s exterior, parking lots and golf course(s). The Groundskeeper will be responsible for performing ongoing landscaping tasks, as well as routine maintenance of all landscaping equipment. DAY-TO-DAY Remove trash and debris, rake, mulch, mow, water, and plant material. Mow, trim, and edge the lawns and walkways. Prune the bushes and trees, edge the walkways, and maintain the grounds. Take on special landscaping or planting projects as deemed necessary by the property manager. Collaborate with maintenance team to ensure the grounds and the building are properly maintained. Perform regular maintenance and minor repairs on the lawn care equipment.
- $12 to $20 per hour
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By Sports Field Solutions, - updated April 19 - Waco, Texas
SPORTS FIELD SOLUTIONS IS SEEKING AN: Athletic Grounds Technician To maintain immaculate sports fields at Baylor University. WHO YOU ARE You love sports and you love Baylor Athletics. You spent your childhood summers on baseball fields, your fall Friday nights under stadium lights, and your winters on hard courts. You love the feeling of putting in a hard day’s work. You’ve got a vision for personal success and a work ethic to get the job done. You come to work each day ready to make a positive impact and be a part of a winning team. You are meticulous. Others see perfection when they look at your fields, but all you see is the almost-imperceptible divot in center field from the previous night’s diving catch. You love being part of a team. Could you do it alone? Sure. Do you prefer the camaraderie of a team working to build a premium brand? Absolutely. WHO WE ARE We love sports fields. How much? As much as Texas loves its high school football. That’s a lot. We know that the difference between feeling like a professional athlete and a high school walk-on is often the quality of the playing surface. We love nothing more than the glimmer of stadium lights on a freshly-cut, pristine natural grass playing surface. Finally, we believe that great people transform businesses. We provide a vision and then ask our people to creatively use their talents to achieve it. CORE RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Prepare, maintain and restore grounds within the assigned field as directed, including any and all activities or tasks fundamental to baseball/softball field care. 2. Monitor, report, and resolve irrigation issues, problems and/or concerns on assigned field or complex. 3. Operate powered equipment such as mowers, tractors, sprayers and sod cutters. 4. Report/address field issues such as turf stress, disease, wear areas, etc. 5. Work with other grounds staff as directed and perform other duties as assigned 6. Prepare, maintain, and restore all baseball/softball clay areas including infield skins, mounds, home plate and warning track, and perform other tasks fundamental to athletic turf care 7. Monitor, report and resolve field issues such as turf stress, disease, irrigation problems and pest management issues 8. Perform preventative maintenance operations on various pieces of equipment 9. Assist with tarp handling and inclement weather situations when customer deems necessary REQUIREMENTS If you read the description above and feel like it was written for you, please apply. Formal requirements include a degree from a 2- or 4-year turf management program or significant sports-turf experience. Informal requirements include a passion for learning and producing high-quality work, the ability to communicate effectively, and an inclination to value teamwork over ego. Apply Here https://sportsfieldsolutions.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=48&source=aWQ9MjI%3D
- $13 to $17 per hour
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By Overlake Golf & Country Club, - Medina, Washington
Overlake Golf and Country Club located in Medina, Washington is seeking an enthusiastic, team player for a Full-Time, Year-Round Golf Course Maintenance position. This position is a great fit for someone looking for long term stability with a great company, or someone looking to advance their career in Turfgrass Management and Golf Course Management. Why work at Overlake Golf and Country Club? Contribute to one of the top private clubs in the Pacific Northwest Join a fun and fast-paced place to work with a variety of opportunities, along with great benefits and a strong culture with wonderful coworkers and Members Utilize superior products and industry-leading technology to deliver outstanding service Quality of life balance with opportunity for advancement professionally and personally Potential for upward career progression through continuing education and apprenticeship
- $20 to $22 per hour
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By Greenway Golf, - Pembroke Pines, Florida
Grand Palms Resort in Pembroke Pine is a 27 hole championship layout operated by Greenway Golf for hotel guest members and daily fee golf. We are currently looking for general labor and operators for weedeater,blowers,edgers and all manner of small tool. All jobs will be performed outside in the Florida sun must be able to lift 40 lbs.
- $12 to $16 per hour
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By Tampa Sports Authority, - Tampa, Florida
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Assistant Facility Specialist - Grounds will assist in maintaining the overall appearance and integrity of the facility, grounds and landscaping to provide a superior experience to the tenants and guests of the Hillsborough County Tournament Sportsplex (Sportsplex). In addition, the Assistant Facility Specialist - Grounds shall follow the Authority operational policies and procedures designed to promote efficiency of operation, quality of service and a safe work environment. POSITION REPORTS DIRECTLY TO: Facility Coordinator - Grounds JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Perform landscaping duties including planting, fertilizing, trimming and mowing. 2. Police facilities and grounds and collects, loads and hauls trash and debris. 3. Perform repairs and maintain plumbing, irrigation, caulking, painting, brick and cement, HVAC, event support services and carpentry work in and around the Sportsplex. 4. Provide event support and custodial services as directed. 5. Assist in directing the work of the Part-Time Grounds Assistants during assigned tasks. 6. Conduct regular facility inspections to review facility, grounds and equipment needs and shares findings and observations with departmental managers or coordinators to assist in maintaining a superior level of facility function, polish and efficiency, and review and recommend equipment needs, supplies and materials required to provide services to Authority and their clients. 7. Participate in meetings necessary for conducting internal and external business. Participate in employee committees and staff meetings emphasizing team management, high morale and quality service to Authority customers. Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings to share relevant information and gain feedback relating to methods to improve service to customers, both internal and external, and to insure efficient operations of the facilities and grounds for events. Attendance and/or travel may be required for maintenance held off site. 8. Assist in monitoring work with operational service contractors, to include, but not limited to, irrigation, turf, painting, HVAC, carpentry, environmental agencies, pest and weed control, equipment rental, construction services and other miscellaneous trades who frequently service the facility and events. 9. Keep abreast of innovations, improvements in procedures, and developments within the operational aspects of our industry to seek better methods to improve efficiency, levels of service, personnel performance, and reducing operating costs. 10. Assist in providing a safe environment free of harassment for department employees and ensure compliance with all Authority policies, applicable OSHA standards and local, state, and federal laws including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. 11. Use computer terminal to enter and retrieve information and prepare reports as needed. 12. Perform other duties, functions, special projects and responsibilities, as assigned. general requirements: 1. The Assistant Facility Specialist - Grounds shall be knowledgeable in all operational rules, procedures and programs of the Sportsplex Operations Department. 2. Position requires irregular schedules, including evenings, weekends and holidays; the performance of work assignments may not be directly related to job specifications. Adjustments of shifts, overtime, breaks, etc. may be required upon short notice. 3. Position requires ability to interact with fellow employees, clients, the general public and outside vendors in a courteous, cooperative and professional manner. 4. Maintain a high public image, positive attitude and demeanor when performing a service for tenants and the general public in and around the facilities. 5. Ability to walk or stand for long periods of time. Ability to lift over 50 lbs and work in a non-conditioned environment. 6. Valid driver’s license and ability to operate hand tools, electrical equipment, mechanical and powered maintenance equipment including forklifts, high-lifts, scissor-lifts and tractors. 7. Knowledge of horticulture maintenance of grounds, irrigation maintenance, irrigation repairs, fertilizers, herbicides and pesticide application techniques including safety requirements. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Minimum High School graduate or equivalent GED. 2. Two (2) years of previous experience in grounds/landscaping maintenance, preferred. 3. Must obtain a limited lawn and ornamental spray license within twelve (12) months of start and maintain at all times. 4. Ability to demonstrate general knowledge of grounds keeping, landscaping, maintenance practices, equipment, systems and services such as irrigation and chemical mixing. 5. Ability to operate commercial landscaping equipment, preferred.
- $13 to $20 per hour
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By Scytus LLC, - Denver, Colorado
Seeking a motivated and talented individual to assist the Head Groundskeeper in all aspects of grounds maintenance in a residential setting. Among other duties, the Grounds Assistant is responsible for maintaining turf and related equipment, repairing and maintaining the irrigation system, and performing selected handyman duties. The right candidate must exhibit excellent communication skills, maintain a professional appearance, and remain flexible as the needs of the property change over time. This position is an excellent opportunity for a creative, hardworking individual to shine. If you are the star we are looking for here in Denver, please send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. Duties: · Perform weekly turf maintenance including mowing, edging and trim work. · Perform irrigation maintenance, adjustments, and repairs during growing season. · Perform and assist with handyman tasks as needed. · Perform regular hardscape maintenance of walkways, fencing, walls, gates, water features, outdoor lighting, pool, and other hardscape features. · Assist with spring and fall clean-up of leaves and debris from beds, turf, and hardscape. · Assist with general grounds maintenance activities including weeding, herbicide applications, vine and sucker control, and other duties that keep the property beautiful. · Assist with plant health care activities including mulching, planting, pruning, deadheading, supplemental watering, and other duties that keep the landscape thriving. · Assist with fertilization of turf and beds. · Assist with snow and ice removal. · Other duties as job requires.
- $19 to $21 per hour
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By Biltmore Estate, - updated April 8 - Asheville, North Carolina
Turf Specialist. The starting pay range for this position begins at $15.75/hour but is based on the level of qualifications and relevant experience above the minimum requirements ($15.75 - $17/hr). Full Time: a position working 35+ hours per week. This is a mid-level staff position with responsibilities for grounds and turf maintenance and appearance along with routine equipment operation and maintenance, . The Turf Specialist II will work as part of a crew establishing, mowing, maintaining and improving turf areas on the estate. Other grounds duties include but are not limited to snow and ice removal from pathways, roads and parking areas,, cleanup of storm debris, general trash and debris cleanup. In addition, staff will assist with special projects and events as required. Benefits include: Access to Biltmore's on-site health clinic, wellness programs, and health fairs for all employees free of charge Comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance for Full Time staff Year-round access to the estate gardens and grounds and 40% off estate retail & dining Free Biltmore tickets based on hours worked. Paid sick/emergency leave (up to 56 hours annually), paid holidays (up to 80 hours annually) and paid vacation all available upon hire And much more! Schedule can vary, but is generally 6:30am - 3:00pm. Essential Job Duties: 1. Mow and trim turf areas using mowers with decks up to 15 feet width. Use of string and blade trimmer, backpack blowers edger, aerifier, hedge clippers, punning shears, shoves, rakes and other hand tools necessary for task completion. 2.Turf establishment and management including aerification, lime and fertilizer application, pesticide application and other standard turf maintenance practices. 3. Performs other basic grounds maintenance duties including but not limited to: general cleanup, trash removal, weeding, sawing, hauling and handling brush. 4. Grading soils to ensure proper drainage and turf growth. 5. Complies with all safety procedures related to duties. 6. Assists guests in a positive, courteous manner. 7. Works in an efficient, productive manner. 8. Follows instructions, written or verbal 9. Applies pesticides or fertilizers with minimal supervision. 10. Works efficiently with minimal supervision. Physical Requirements: Ability to stand/walk for extended periods of time; must be able to kneel, stoop, bend, reach below and overhead. 2. Ability to lift up to 50 lbs on a regular basis. 3. Must be able to climb ladders, stairs, and scaffolding as needed. 4. Must be able to work outdoors in all types of weather with fluctuations in temperature and conditions. 5. Ability to work safely with and around pesticides and other chemicals.
- $16 to $18 per hour
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By Merion Golf Club, - Ardmore, Pennsylvania
SEASONAL GREENSKEEPERS NEEDED APRIL THROUGH OCTOBER Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, PA, is seeking seasonal candidates for its Green Department crew. Gain valuable industry experience working at one of the world’s most renowned golf clubs. Merion’s East Course is currently ranked No. 6 in the country. The Club is preparing to host the 2022 Curtis Cup, a championship women’s amateur tournament, in June. Candidates must have reliable transportation, as well as the ability to lift 50 lbs. above shoulders and walk at a pace of 3 miles per hour for an extended period of time. • Approximately 44-50 hours per week for the full time seasonal role & 28-32 hours per week for the part time seasonal role. • Shifts completed by 3 p.m. • $16.87/hour starting rate • Golf privileges • Golf shirts provided for work • Experience not required
- $16 to $16 per hour
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By The Sound Golf Links at Albemarle Plantation, - Hertford, North Carolina
We are looking for dedicated grounds personnel for our semi-private golf course in Hertford, NC. Job entails everything from mowing greens, tees, fairways, raking traps, weedeating, to running a shovel. Experience a plus, but will train the right person for all these task.
- $13 to $14 per hour
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By Woodstock Inn & Resort, - Woodstock, Vermont
Responsible for carrying out all projects that pertain to the Golf Course and associated grounds.
- starting at $15.00/hour
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By Ocean Ridge Plantation Golf LLC, - Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
Ocean Ridge Plantation Golf has openings for full-time or part-time year-round golf course maintenance workers. Duties include preparing the course for play every morning, operating various mowing equipment or small hand-held engine tools and other equipment necessary to maintain top level golf courses. Equipment used will depend upon experience. Experience preferred but willing to train. Schedule is from 6 a.m. until about 2:30 p.m. and some weekends or late shifts may be scheduled. Benefits for full-time include paid time off, holidays, health insurance, voluntary benefits, 401k and FREE GOLF for you and spouse.
- Hourly based upon experience
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By The Episcopal Academy, - updated March 31 - Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
The Episcopal Academy has an immediate opening for a Groundskeeper who will be an integral part of the Facilities and Operations team and will report to the Grounds Superintendent. We are looking for a detail-oriented candidate with a can-do attitude to perform routine care of our campus grounds and landscape. Additional roles and responsibilities include but are not limited to: ● Mow campus common areas using such tools and equipment as brooms, edgers, mowers, string trimmers and blowers. ● Grade, seed, and sod as needed ● Plant, edge, & maintain flower beds and trim hedges. ● Water flowers, shrubs, and trees. ● Rake and dispose of leaves, twigs, and other debris. ● Help maintain athletic fields; may include painting, mowing and game setup. ● Help maintain a trash free campus. ● Clean and care for tools and equipment. ● Help with general maintenance tasks when needed. ● Assist with snow removal by shoveling, salting, sanding, and operating snow removal vehicles and equipment (24-hour on-call during inclement weather).
- $17-$18 hr
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By Chanticleer, - Wayne, Pennsylvania
The groundskeeper position will perform various duties associated with turf grass and landscape maintenance. Examples include daily mowing, trimming, and blowing of garden lawns and walkways, moving and cleaning garden furniture, fertilization and spot spraying of lawns and beds. Other duties include performing 16 to 20 hours per week of plant health care treatments to planting beds and lawns, planting of various ornamental trees and shrubs, material handling, screening of compost, maintaining fence lines, stone roadways, and drainage systems. The groundskeeper reports to the Assistant Grounds Manager and works in cooperation with the Grounds Manager and Grounds team to accomplish the daily and weekly tasks for the property.
- $20 per hour
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By SMSC, - Prior Lake, Minnesota
Job Summary: Greet guests, assist guests with loading and unloading equipment into carts and clean guests' clubs. Deliver the service standard for the golf experience. Primary Duties: Greet and assist guests with loading and unloading equipment into/from carts and cars. Maintain carts, insuring they are gassed, clean and parked with keys removed each evening. Maintain and clean rental golf clubs. Clean guest's golf clubs as requested. Ensure guests have adequate supply of range balls. Retrieve driving range baskets and balls. Maintain and clean equipment. Job Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Excellent guest service and communication skills. Ability to read, write and speak English clearly. Must at least 18 years of age
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