- 72Golf Course Superintendent
- 8Superintendent/General Manager
- 1GC Superintendent, Interim
- 113Assistant Superintendent
- 192nd Assistant Superintendent
- 45Equipment/Shop Manager
- 31Turf Equipment Technician
- 7Assistant Equipment Technician
- 11Spray/Applications Technician
- 11Irrigation Technician
- 3Irrigation Manager
- 2IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 1Sports Turf Technician
- 1Landscape Manager
- 4Landscape Technician
- 4Lawn Care Technician
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 1Equipment Operator
- 15Grounds Staff
- 59Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 13Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Sod Farm Manager
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Belfair, - updated July 27 - Bluffton, South Carolina
The Director of Agronomy is responsible to implement sound agronomic programs while working within the fiscal parameters of the property. Responsible for leading all associates in Agronomy to foster and engaged employee culture. Responsible for leading all associates in Agronomy to foster and engaged employee culture. Responsible for the management of golf course assets, capital, and improvement projects. Essential Duties • Manages expenses within the department in accordance with the Club's directive. • Maintains compliance and clear understanding of all local, state and federal regulatory standards/laws. • Stays abreast of current agronomic information. • Ensures proper mixing, calibration, and application of all chemical/fertilizers used on the course. • Ensures that they and all associates obtain proper training and/or licenses needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. • Maintains ongoing awareness of all agronomic activity on the course and provides constant feedback and direction to key staff members. • Ensures both upward and downward communication within the department and inter-departmentally. • Provides leadership and a positive working environment that fosters teamwork, communication, ethical behavior, cleanliness and a “can do” attitude. • Develops, trains, coaches, disciplines and mentors managers within the department providing feedback, direction and leadership so that they may carry out the daily activities of the department, all while grooming them for upward mobility within the company. • Responsible for interviewing, hiring, training, planning, assigning, and directing work, evaluating performance, rewarding, and disciplining associates; addressing complaints and resolving problems. • Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to any Maintenance staff such as: Assistant Superintendents, Mechanics, Irrigation Technicians, Greenskeepers, Equipment Operators, and Resort Grounds staff. • Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. • Regular and reliable attendance. • Incorporates safe work practices in job performance.
- $200,000 to $215,000 per year
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By Rend Lake Conservancy District / Rend Lake Golf Course, - updated July 27 - Whittington, Illinois
Rend Lake Golf Course Superintendent The Rend Lake Golf Complex consists of the Rend Lake Golf Course, Seasons Lodge & Condominiums, Buck & Bass Cabins, and a full-service restaurant and sports bar and a banquet hall to accommodate approximately 200 guests. The Rend Lake Golf Course is a beautiful 27-hole championship golf course on the banks of Rend Lake in southern Illinois. It was also named one of the best courses in the Midwest. The golf course has large bent grass greens averaging 7,500 square feet per green. It has zoysia fairways and tees, numerous water hazards, wide continuous cart paths throughout, meticulous landscaping creating a mature, natural setting. The golf course also has a state of the art, lighted driving range and practice facility with five sets of tees, raised target greens and a practice bunker. The Rend Lake Golf Course is accepting applications for a Golf Course Superintendent. The Golf Course Superintendent is entrusted with the maintenance, operation and management of the golf course. Duties: Assumes responsibility for managing and maintaining properties, which may include: Golf course and practice area, maintenance equipment, golf car fleet, clubhouse grounds and landscaping, other recreational facilities, restrooms and portable water on course, open spaces, wooden areas, unused acreage and areas outside the perimeter fence, sod farm and nursery, upkeep of roadways which includes snow removal, and other properties as assigned. Assumes responsibility for construction and/or reconstruction of such properties, whether performed by maintenance staff or contractors. Prepares the annual budget for the maintenance and capital improvement of club properties. Approves all expenditures and exercises cost control measures to keep, as nearly as possible, operating and capital expenses within the approved budgets. Keeps accurate and complete records on payroll, inventory, weather data, maintenance procedures, pesticide applications, etc. Formulates the annual maintenance and capital budgets to implement Board policies established in accordance with the club’s long-range plan and defined maintenance standards. Interviews, hires, trains, directs, supervises and terminates a staff of employees for the purpose of maintaining club properties. Plans all maintenance and project work, applying his/her agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve the club’s maintenance standards and long-range goals. Oversees scheduling of personnel and equipment to accomplish the work. Keeps all buildings and equipment well maintained. Frequently inspects the golf course and related areas to evaluate how well management standards are being achieved and to effect changes in management programs. Communicates regularly with other members of the organization’s top management group to discuss activities, goals, plans, and customer input. Maintains all required records and reports. Ensures cleanliness of all facilities under their control. Manages safety to strive for zero accidents.
- $60,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Chickasaw Country Club, - Memphis, Tennessee
Job Summary: As a Golf Course Mechanic at Chickasaw Country Club you will play a crucial role in ensuring the proper functioning, maintenance, and repair of all equipment typically found on a golf course. Your expertise and skills will contribute directly to the overall golfing experience for our members and guests, as you keep the equipment in top-notch condition, promoting efficiency and safety across the facility. Supervisory Responsibilities: · No direct supervisory responsibilities. May give guidance and direction to a segment of the team in the absence of the Director of Agronomy or Superintendent. Duties/Responsibilities: Equipment Maintenance and Repair: Conduct regular inspections, maintenance, and repairs on all golf course equipment, including but not limited to golf carts, mowers, tractors, utility vehicles, and company vehicle. Troubleshooting: Diagnose mechanical issues, electrical problems, and equipment failures. Develop efficient solutions to ensure minimal downtime and operational disruptions. Preventive Maintenance: Implement a comprehensive preventive maintenance program to extend the lifespan of equipment and prevent unexpected breakdowns. Inventory Management: Maintain an organized inventory of spare parts, fluids, and other necessary supplies. Ensure stock levels are adequate to support ongoing maintenance requirements. Safety Compliance: Adhere to all safety protocols and guidelines while performing maintenance and repairs. Promote a culture of safety among the golf course staff. Record Keeping: Keep detailed records of maintenance activities, repairs, and parts replacements using appropriate documentation and computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS). Equipment Upgrades: Stay updated with the latest advancements in golf course equipment technology. Recommend and implement equipment upgrades when appropriate. Training and Support: Provide training and guidance to golf course staff on proper equipment operation and maintenance procedures. Budget Management: Work within budget constraints for maintenance-related expenses. Provide input and recommendations for budget planning regarding equipment upgrades and replacements. External Support: Coordinate with external equipment vendors or service providers for specialized repairs and maintenance, if required. Required Skills/Abilities: · Ability to work in a fast-paced and time-sensitive environment. Proven experience as a mechanic, preferably in a golf course setting or related field. Strong mechanical aptitude and expertise in repairing and maintaining various golf course equipment, including small engines, hydraulics, and electrical systems. Familiarity with different types of golf course equipment. Ability to diagnose and troubleshoot complex mechanical and electrical issues effectively. Proficient in using hand and power tools common to the trade. Knowledge of safety protocols and practices relevant to equipment maintenance. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Strong attention to detail and a commitment to delivering high-quality work.
- $25 to $32 per hour
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By The Golf Performance Center, - Ridgefield, Connecticut
The Golf Performance Center is the Northeast’s leading golf academy for athletes of all ages and skill levels. We offer a full time boarding school for grades 6-12, year round after school programs, and adult programming. Our ultimate goal is to provide valued instruction, guidance, and support within a preeminent facility to holistically develop each athlete to better navigate the challenge of golf, school, and life. We are seeking a full-time Assistant Turfgrass Manager to assist the Director of Outside Operations/Superintendent in maintaining our golf academy’s challenging nine-hole short course, two practice putting greens, practice par three, and all accompanying grounds and buildings to the highest possible standard. It is our goal to provide an opportunity for the right applicant to learn, grow, and develop their knowledge and experience in all aspects of turf grass management.
- $60,000 to $60,000 per year
- 1,115 views
By Shearon Environmental Design, - updated July 25 - Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Experienced Tree Climber Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA Shearon Environmental Design is a company known for outstanding quality and customer service. We are located in the Plymouth Meeting area and are looking for full time experienced tree climbers. If you are honest, hardworking, self-motivated, dependable and would like to work with a positive team of tree care professionals that enjoy working in a safer outdoor environment. JOB SUMMARY: · Work with Master Arborist and Certified Tree Safety Professional · Safety training, including EHAP and Aerial Rescue · Training towards ISA Arborist Certification · Benefits and compensation based on experience and certification
- $20 to $25 per hour
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By Shearon Environmental Design, - Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Landscape Maintenance Superintendent/Foreman Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA Full-Time Medical Insurance/401K Shearon Environmental Design, one of the nation's leading landscape design/build and maintenance firms with locations in Plymouth Meeting, PA; Downingtown, PA; Hopewell, NJ and Voorhees, NJ, has immediate openings for experienced and self-motivated Landscape Maintenance Superintendent/Foreman in our Plymouth Meeting, PA location. Shearon Environmental Design Company is built on foundations of trust, honesty, respect, and teamwork. We offer a chance to foster great opportunities for advancement and build a career surrounded by supportive teams. Join us in our mission to inspire people and nurture the landscapes in our communities. Shearon Environmental Design Company is family-owned and family-operated firm with branches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We specialize in landscape design, build and maintenance for a variety of properties both private and public. We offer a comprehensive approach to athletic field design, construction, and management. Shearon Environmental Design Company is an equal opportunity employer.
- $40,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Shearon Environmental Design, - Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Spray Technician Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA Shearon Environmental Design Company, one of the leading landscape firms, is searching for a dedicated, passionate, and experienced spray technician. The chemical Spray Technician, under the supervision of the senior superintendent, performs chemical and fertilizer applications to commercial sites, residences and athletic fields. This position serves our design, build and landscape maintenance accounts for the Plymouth Meeting location. Everyday Tasks: Reading, understanding and staying current with MSDS (materials safety data sheets) Site monitoring and treatment recommendations Performing routine safety inspections on all spraying and application equipment You must reside within under 1 hour commute time. Shearon Environmental Design Company is built on foundations of trust, honesty, respect, and teamwork. We offer a chance to foster great opportunities for advancement and build a career surrounded by supportive teams. Join us in our mission to inspire people and nurture the landscapes in our communities. Shearon Environmental Design Company is family-owned and family-operated firm with branches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We specialize in landscape design, build and maintenance for a variety of properties both private and public. We offer a comprehensive approach to athletic field design, construction, and management.
- $40,000 to $70,000 per year
- 1,420 views
By Shearon Environmental Design, - Downingtown, Pennsylvania
Landscape Maintenance Superintendent Location: Downingtown, PA Full-Time Medical Insurance/401K Shearon Environmental Design, one of the nation's leading landscape design/build and maintenance firms with locations in Plymouth Meeting, PA; Downingtown, PA; Hopewell, NJ and Voorhees, NJ, has immediate openings for experienced and self-motivated Landscape Maintenance Superintendent in our Downingtown, PA location. Shearon Environmental Design Company is built on foundations of trust, honesty, respect, and teamwork. We offer a chance to foster great opportunities for advancement and build a career surrounded by supportive teams. Join us in our mission to inspire people and nurture the landscapes in our communities. Shearon Environmental Design Company is family-owned and family-operated firm with branches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We specialize in landscape design, build and maintenance for a variety of properties both private and public. We offer a comprehensive approach to athletic field design, construction, and management. Shearon Environmental Design Company is an equal opportunity employer.
- $40,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Shearon Environmental Design, - updated July 25 - Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Landscape Construction Superintendent/ Foreman Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA Full-Time Medical Insurance/401K Shearon Environmental Design, one of the nation's leading landscape design/build and maintenance firms with locations in Plymouth Meeting, PA; Downingtown, PA; Hopewell, NJ and Voorhees, NJ, has immediate openings for experienced and self-motivated Landscape Construction Superintendent/Foreman in our Plymouth Meeting, PA location. Shearon Environmental Design is a family-owned landscape design/build/maintenance firm with branches in Plymouth Meeting & Downingtown, PA and Princeton & Voorhees, NJ. Since 1974, Shearon has provided top quality landscape design/build services to a wide range of commercial, institutional and high-end residential clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Shearon maintains several specialty divisions including Shearon Golf focusing on golf course design, restoration and construction; and Shearon Sports offering a comprehensive approach to athletic field design, construction and management. The successful candidate will be expected to interface with all branches and divisions within the company.
- $40,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Shearon Environmental Design, - Voorhees Township, New Jersey
Shearon Environmental Design Company, one of the leading landscape firms, is searching for a dedicated, passionate and experienced Irrigation Technician. We currently have positions available in Voorhees, NJ Shearon Environmental Design Company is built on foundations of trust, honesty, respect, and teamwork. We offer a chance to foster great opportunities for advancement and build a career surrounded by supportive teams. Join us in our mission to inspire people and nurture the landscapes in our communities. Shearon Environmental Design Company is family-owned and family-operated firm with branches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We specialize in landscape design, build and maintenance for a variety of properties both private and public. We offer a comprehensive approach to athletic field design, construction, and management. Shearon Environmental Design is an equal opportunity employer.
- $40,000 to $70,000 per year
- 1,476 views
By Down to Earth, - Highland Hills, Ohio
We are looking for someone who truly enjoys the green industry. If you get energized and motivated about troubleshooting mechanical issues while being a part of a collaborative team, this may be the job for you! If you describe yourself as a detail-oriented go-getter with a desire to grow your career, we want to hear from you! As an Equipment Manager, you will help our internal clients maintain and repair the equipment they need to develop and maintain outstanding landscapes. You will be responsible for maintaining and repairing commercial golf course maintenance and development equipment. Here’s an overview of what you can expect to do while working here: Oversee a comprehensive preventative maintenance program, repair failing equipment, maintain records of parts and labor needed, and place orders for parts and supplies Manage repairs within a budget created by superintendent, schedules and directs work assignments Train golf equipment operators Inspect, diagnose, and repair mechanical failures on all types of equipment Regulate employees' safe use of equipment in absence of the superintendent and assistant superintendent Follows safety procedures as a top priority, reports any issues to Superintendent, Regional Superintendent and Director of Safety
- $37,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Landirr Inc, - updated July 25 - Sanford, Florida
Golf Course Construction Irrigation Project Manager Must have experience in Toro, Rainbird, HDPE, PVC New Construction as well as Renovation Must be able to run multiple crews.
- $90,000 to $100,000 per year
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By Quail West Foundation, Inc., - Naples, Florida
The Grounds Manager will primarily focus on directing and supervising the daily operational activities of the ground’s maintenance crew. He/She will oversee landscape maintenance, irrigation, disease and pest identification and treatment of turf/plants/trees, equipment maintenance, procurement, staff development, recruiting, and management. This position will be responsible for community appearance and maintenance. Will exhibit proficiency and pride in all tasks associated with the daily care, formation, and maintenance of an upscale private community. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Requires constant coordination and communication with HOA Director, Assistant Grounds Manager, Crew Leader, and co-workers. Responsible for evaluating current community conditions and developing a short-term and long-range plan for Grounds maintenance/update and beautification. Responsible for current goals and objectives of the department and accurate implementation of daily work objectives. Responsible for identifying community improvement needs and then creating, budgeting, implementing, and completing projects. Will assess, develop, and implement necessary cultural practices to improve turf conditions, tree care, irrigation, and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) throughout the property and facilities. Will create a training program to implement for training, developing, and growing the grounds staff while monitoring training activities to ensure consistency throughout the community. Will be responsible for daily community appearance checks and maintaining a tight, clean, attractive landscape. Will ensure compliance with applicable rules, laws, and policies, including those related to hazardous materials handling and communications. Will perform all duties in a safe operating manner while wearing all required safety equipment. Will assist Architectural Review Board in monitoring construction sites (new or remodeled). Responsible for contacting builders or site supervisors to discuss non-compliance. Will review all landscape plans submitted to ARB for compliance and confirm that final planting complies with the approved plans. All other duties as assigned.
- $80,000 to $95,000 per year
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By Country Club of Oxford, - Oxford, Mississippi
The Country Club of Oxford is hiring grounds crew members for the golf course. Typical jobs include but are not limited to: Mowing grass raking bunkers string trimming irrigation labor course set up
- $12 to $18 per hour
- 578 views
By Milton Hershey School, - updated July 24 - Hershey , Pennsylvania
Milton Hershey School (MHS) is a tuition free, home, and private school for over 2,000 Pre-K through 12th grade students. Founded in 1909 by Milton and Catherine Hershey, the lives of more than 11,000 students have been positively transformed through MHS’s high-quality career-focused education, nurturing home life, and extensive extra-curricular opportunities. MHS is seeking full-time Groundskeepers II to maintain lawns, trees, shrubs, and turf using chemical application and up-to-date pruning methods, with primary responsibility for grounds care, carrying out the regular maintenance for shrubs and trees on the 2,700-acre campus by pruning, trimming, fertilizing, and applying necessary pesticides. Also, responsible for the maintenance of the Spring Creek Golf Course which operates 7 days per week. The groundskeeper II is required to demonstrate journeyman level knowledge by achieving a score of at least 70% on a professional examination and demonstrate journeyman level skill through successful completion of a practical exercise (this applies to both internal and external applicants). The work schedule is Monday – Friday full-time flex schedule with forty (40) hours per week with a minimum of two (2) consecutive non-workdays. A flex shift employee works a combination of the shift times listed below to be scheduled as determined by the needs of the school seasonal or programmatic changes: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. – 11:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. – 7:30 a.m. 10-hr shift Bargaining unit Local 464 position with an hourly pay rate: $25.02 and after one year of probationary period the rate will increase. Full-time employees are eligible for an excellent benefits package. It includes paid time off, medical, and dental insurance, and financial benefits. Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent required. Minimum of 5 years of experience working with chemical/pesticide application, and trees & shrubs maintenance/care at large facilities. Valid PA Driver's License in good standing (CDL Preferred, Class B) Valid Pennsylvania Pesticide/Licensed Applicator License (Cat. 6 and 7 or 23); or obtain license within 6 months of hire. Candidate should be willing to actively engage with students. Candidate should demonstrate a high degree of integrity, as all MHS staff are role models to MHS students.
- $25 to $25 per hour
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By Crofton Country Club, - Crofton, Maryland
Crofton Country Club is accepting applications for our Head Mechanic Position. CCC is a private club located in the suburbs of Crofton, about a 30 minute drive from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Built in 1964, CCC is a parkland style course that is challenging and fun for all skill levels. Crofton is in the process of completing a re-grassing of the fairways from the current cool season mix of bent/poa/rye to Zeon Zoysia. We have completed 5/14 fairways, all par 3 fairways, as well as all approaches from about 30-40 yards in. Greens: Bentgrass/poa mix Tees: Meyer Zoysia Fairways: 5/14 are Zeon Zoysia, the rest are a mix of Bent/poa/rye/common bermuda Rough: Tall Fescue/Rye?Bluegrass mix We have an equipment fleet that consists of newer and and older pieces, including John Deere, Toro, Jacobsen, and Kubota. Job Responsibilities: The Mechanic will oversee the maintenance of all equipment to ensure it is in proper working condition, as well as maintain a preventive maintenance program within budget on all equipment. -Purchasing of parts and replacement supplies -Conducting regular inspections and preventive maintenance on all golf course equipment -Diagnosing mechanical issues and conducting necessary repairs to minimize downtime -Prioritizing equipment repair work and maintenance work -Managing an appropriate inventory of parts, lubricants, etc
- $28 to $30 per hour
- 860 views
By Indianwood Golf & Country Club, - Lake Orion, Michigan
Head mechanic needed for 36-hole Semi-Private golf club in Lake Orion, Mich
- $27 to $28 per hour
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By Applebrook Golf Club, - updated July 23 - Malvern, Pennsylvania
Are you passionate about golf? Do you have experience managing and maintaining golf course equipment and machinery? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join our team as Equipment Manager at Applebrook Golf Club. About Applebrook Golf Club: Applebrook Golf Club is a prestigious, well-established private, 18-hole Gil Hanse design with Bentgrass tees, greens, and fairways known for its commitment to excellence. Located in the suburbs on the Philadelphia Main Line, the golf course opened in 2001 and is regularly ranked by Golf Digest among their Best in State (currently ranked #12). We are dedicated to providing unparalleled service and maintaining our course and equipment to the highest standards. Applebrook Golf Club strives to offer a first-class golfing experience to members and guests alike. Applebrook Golf Club recently installed a new state-of-the-art irrigation system, completed a bunker renovation, implemented Gil Hanse course improvements, and renovated the driving range. Construction of a new Turf Care Center will begin shortly, for which the Equipment Manager may have input on the design/functionality of the shop area. A comprehensive leasing program regularly replaces turf equipment, maintaining a modern fleet. Job Responsibilities: As the Equipment Manager, you will oversee the maintenance and repair of all golf course equipment, ensuring it is in excellent working condition. Your key responsibilities will include: 1. Conducting regular inspections and preventative maintenance on all golf course equipment, including mowers, tractors, utility vehicles, and small equipment (string trimmers, blowers, etc). 2. Diagnosing mechanical issues and conducting necessary repairs to minimize downtime. 3. Collaborating with the golf course superintendent to establish equipment maintenance schedules and prioritize tasks. 4. Managing an inventory of equipment parts and supplies, ensuring they are adequately stocked. 5. Training and supervision of the equipment maintenance assistant and delegating daily tasks to maximize shop productivity. 6. Assisting with preparation and implementation of the equipment maintenance and capital equipment budgets. Collaborating with Director of Grounds and Assistant Superintendents to provide input on scheduled equipment repair and replacement.
- $65,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Green Hills Country Club, - Millbrae, California
Assistant Superintendent An Alister MacKenzie design, Green Hills Country Club opened in 1930. Located in Millbrae California. Our golf course is a true manifestation of MacKenzie’s design philosophy. The club is in the process of evaluating a golf course restoration project. We are extremely optimistic that this work will commence in the fall of this year. The scope of work will include the following: ● Restoration of green complexes consistent to the Mackenzie design philosophy ● Restoration of bunkers ● Tree work ● Fairway drainage Educational Requirements ● Completion or enrollment in 2 or 4 year turf program or extensive golf course experience. Experience Requirements Minimum 1 season of experience on a golf course in maintenance ● Water management ● General understanding of application of turf care products including pesticides and fertilizers ● Irrigation repair and basic understanding of irrigation principles Special Requirements ● Strong work ethic, excellent oral and written communication skills, a valid driver's license, and ability to interact with members, managers and employees ● Obtain California QAL within 6 months of hire date. Salary/Compensation ● Commensurate with experience and education. The club will provide a competitive compensation package consistent with other premiere country clubs in the San Francisco area. ● $70-80,000 as a starting salary
- $70,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Omni PGA Frisco Resort, - Frisco, Texas
The Omni PGA Frisco Resort in Frisco, Texas is looking for an experienced Assistant Golf Course Superintendent I. Reporting to the Golf Course Superintendent, the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent I is a key position and second in command within the Golf Course Maintenance operations of the West golf course. This individual must always have a keen eye for detail and be able to assist the Superintendent in keeping the golf course well-groomed for daily play and for the numerous events and tournaments throughout the year. The West Assistant Superintendent I is responsible for the daily activities of the golf course maintenance staff, including supervision and training of staff to perform all the tasks associated with maintaining the golf course. Responsibilities • Trains, motivates and supervises staff capable of performing the tasks associated with maintaining the golf course. • Plans, schedules and monitors the daily operations, including responsibility for assisting in coordinating and assigning work. • Assists GCS and Lead Assistant with recommendations concerning personnel matters such as staff performance reviews and terminations. • Reviews golf course on a daily basis and gives feedback to both GCS to ensure agronomic, maintenance standards and departmental goals are met. • Assist Lead GCS in documentation and filing daily records for each team member’s assignments. This should be done daily with job task and completion time. • Works directly with AIT’s in monitoring golf course playing conditions primarily related to our intense moisture management programs. Follows up and checks random areas on the course to ensure proper management techniques and guidelines are being followed. • Works directly with the Second Assistant Superintendent to ensure the proper use and management of our highly sophisticated irrigation system. Assists with monitoring and maintaining the programing systems. • Communicates directly with the Application Foreman in regard to applications and scheduling on the golf course. Insures proper applications, tank mixing and compatibilities are met. Ensures proper operating procedures of all equipment and calibrations are met. • Work closely with GCS on specific plans and strategies to ensure interns success. • Ensure team members are properly using, cleaning and greasing of equipment in the morning/afternoon. • Make sure all assigned small equipment is returned to the small equipment room and signed back in. • Ensures that proper logging of information and data for all of the department’s record keeping is accurate such as rainfall, daily weather conditions, moisture management and any additional information pertaining to our intense agronomic program and needs. • Builds relationships and communicates with the golf shop in the morning. Inform golf shop on maintenance procedures, (topdressing, cart paths only, etc.). • Discuss daily schedules, programs and concerns with the Golf Course Superintendent with attention to efficient management and quality control in mind. Assure that all issues and concerns are brought to the Golf Course Superintendent as quickly as possible in order to lessen potential negative impact. • Maintain pesticide license and continual education in the field of concern or related. • Ensures organization of the GCM facility, equipment and grounds. Qualifications • Valid Driver’s License • Valid Texas Pesticide Applicator License • Able to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear. • Able to lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.
- $60,000 to $60,000 per year
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By The Everglades Club, - Palm Beach, Florida
The Everglades Club is looking for an Assistant Superintendent to assist in the management of our 18-hole Seth Raynor design. We are renovating the golf course in the summer of 2025. Project planning and execution will be experienced. We offer excellent benefits including health insurance, 401k match, free meals during season, uniforms, paid vacation time, and so much more! In this role, you will be responsible for supervising the maintenance of the golf course and activities of the employees. This includes monitoring job performance and daily playing conditions for quality standards, maintaining cleanliness and organization of the maintenance facility (to include equipment, materials, and tools), participating in agronomic operations, and keeping accurate and timely records of all business activities. Responsibilities: Participate in the planning and supervision of routine maintenance activities to include tasks such as mowing greens, changing cups, course set up, raking bunker, mowing fairways, tees and rough. Plan and participate in the applications of fertilizers and plant protectants. Participate in the daily assignment of equipment to employees and inspect for proper use, cleaning, and storage to assigned parking. Coordinate with mechanics to ensure preventative maintenance, repairs, and readiness of equipment fleet. Participate in the daily monitoring of putting greens using POGO. Observe and evaluate playing conditions (moisture, mowing quality, bunker raking, course set up) to take corrective action or report to Superintendent. Maintain effective employee and public relations. Assist in the monitoring of adherence to the uniform policy and the proper use of personal protective equipment. Assist the Superintendent in keeping records of maintenance activities, including but not limited to job tracking, and fertilizer and plant protectant applications as required by law. Assist in the operation of the irrigation system by using Toro Lynx Control System and pump station operation, field observations and scouting for proper moisture, sprinkler adjustments and repairs. Assist in the operation of the reverse osmosis system. Follow and comply with company and departmental safety policies to ensure a safe work environment. Perform other duties as assigned.
- $65,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Crown Colony Country Club, - Lufkin, Texas
Maintain the golf course and all the practice facilities in the playing conditions to the maintenance standards set by the greens committee and approved by the board of directors. Schedules, trains, supervises, and evaluates all personnel assigned to the department. Prepare the annual operating budget for the golf course and submit it to the Board of Directors for approval. Takes corrective action as necessary to help ensure that budget goals are met. Develop long-range plans for the improvement of the golf course and its facilities. Select and purchase all chemicals, fertilizers, and other supplies needed to maintain the golf course. Apply chemicals and fertilizers to the golf course according to established schedules and procedures. Develops and maintains drainage, irrigation, and watering systems. Oversees repairs of broken water lines or valves and may perform necessary repairs in an emergency. Operate and maintain all equipment used on the golf course. Inspect the golf course daily and react to any unforeseen issues as they arise. Supervise operation of the equipment repair shop and maintains all equipment based on their owner’s manual. Ensures proper landscaping for property outside of the golf course, including the clubhouse and surrounding areas. Meet with the Greens committee and general manager on a regular basis to discuss problems and recommend solutions. Provide a monthly report to the Greens Committee Attends other committee meetings as required. Determines when the course should be closed due to weather conditions that may damage the course if play continues. Be aware of new developments in turf grass management an share information with staff and others as appropriate. Understand the rules of golf and be up to date on federal, state, and local laws on golf course operations. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors or General Manger.
- $70,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Country Club of Buffalo, - Buffalo, New York
The Country Club of Buffalo is a private club that was established in 1889 with the current 18-hole, Donald Ross design opening in 1926. The club sits on a 270 acre property that also includes: four tennis courts, two platform tennis courts, outdoor pool facility, and a large sporting clays complex. The golf course underwent a complete restoration in 2012 and just completed a new irrigation system installation. The golf course is currently ranked 74th in the Golfweek top 100 classic list. The 2nd assistant superintendent position is a leadership position that involves all aspects of golf course management. Daily tasks will include course setup, water management, pest identification and management, irrigation repair, project planning and management, tournament preparation, and team leadership. We are looking for a talented and ambitious individual to join our team which currently consists of three assistant superintendents and up to 45 full and part-time staff members.
- $21 to $21 per hour
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By Hernando Oaks Golf Course, - Brooksville, Florida
Assists the Golf Course Superintendent in organizing and directing daily activities of golf course operation and maintenance. Assists in turf grass and plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, personnel management, scheduling/maintenance of irrigation systems and pesticide applications, preparing and adhering to annual operating budgets and developing initiatives for constant improvement in the Golf Maintenance operation. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES includes but is not limited to the following: · Assists in the responsibility scheduling and directing the daily activities of the golf course maintenance staff. · Assists in the care and maintenance of the turf, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees and wetlands on the facility grounds. · Assists in monitoring the water usage tracking plan and irrigation systems and provides monthly reporting. · Assists in supervising, training subordinates and participating in the application and recording of fertilizers and pesticides on the golf courses in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations. · Adjusts/repairs the irrigation system, pipes and irrigation heads as needed. · Occasionally supervises a small labor force for special projects and performs other duties as directed by supervisor. · May instruct others in minor irrigation repairs. · May assist in coordination with other departments or outside contractors. · Performs other general grounds keeping and maintenance duties as needed and requested by supervisor. · Assists in adhering to the operating budgets. · Follow all company and departmental policies and procedures in a strict manner and requires the same from the rest of the staff. · Further his/her continued development by participating in appropriate seminars and conferences as approved by the Superintendent and Management. · Exhibits proactive leadership in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program as it applies to this department’s environmental responsibility. · Trains employees to OSHA standards. · Aids in construction and establishment during golf course renovation projects.
- $40,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Bellefonte Country Club, - updated July 19 - Bellefonte, Kentucky
Founded in 1921, Bellefonte Country Club is widely recognized as one of the premier golf country clubs in Eastern Kentucky. Bellefonte Country Club prides itself on providing best-in-class amenities and services. With its friendly and welcoming atmosphere, the Club provides a safe and healthy environment for Members and their families to enjoy sports, dining, and social activities while building lasting friendships. 18-hole Willie Park, Jr. course, Zoysia fairways and tees, bent grass greens Full-service Clubhouse and Golf Pro Shop Three outdoor tennis courts and six outdoor pickleball courts Junior Olympic size outdoor pool with diving well and two water slides Position Summary: The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for the overall management and maintenance of the golf course and grounds. This includes but is not limited to course set-up, agronomy, staff supervision, budgeting, and irrigation. Additionally, there will be long-term goals and projects set by the board of directors, that will be expected to be met. The Golf Course Superintendent will collaborate closely with the General Manager to ensure the golf course is maintained at the highest level and is ready for play. They will also be responsible for ensuring that the golf course is in compliance with all environmental regulations. The Golf Course Superintendent is provided housing on-site, including electricity and water. Duties & Responsibilities: Maintain the golf course and all practice facilities in playing conditions to the maintenance standards set by the greens committee and approved by the board of directors. Schedules, trains, supervises and evaluates all personnel assigned to the department. Prepare the annual operating budget for the golf course and submit it to the Board of Directors for approval. Takes corrective action as necessary to help assure that budget goals are met. Develop long-range plans for the improvement of the golf course and its facilities. Select and purchase all chemicals, fertilizers, and other supplies needed to maintain the golf course. Apply chemicals and fertilizers to the golf course according to established schedules and procedures. Develops and maintains drainage, irrigation, and watering systems. Oversees repairs of broken water lines or valves and may perform necessary repairs in an emergency Operate and maintain all equipment used on the golf course Inspect the golf course daily and react to any unforeseen issues as they arise Supervises operation of the equipment repair shop & maintains all equipment based on their owner’s manual Ensures proper landscaping for property outside of the golf course, including the clubhouse and surrounding areas. Meet with the greens committee & general manager on a regular basis to discuss problems and recommend solutions. Provide a monthly report to the Greens Committee. Attends other committee meetings as required. Determines when the course should be closed due to weather conditions that may damage the course if play continues. Be aware of new developments in turfgrass management and share information with staff and others as appropriate. Understand the rules of golf and be up-to-date on federal, state, and local laws on golf course operations. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors or General Manager.
- $55,000 to $60,000 per year
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