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By Nemacolin, - FARMINGTON, Pennsylvania
Nemacolin, is home to two championship Pete Dye designs in Mystic Rock and Shepherd's Rock. Mystic Rock was a stop on the PGA Tour Schedule from 2000-2006, hosting the 84 Lumber Classic. Mystic is rated the number one public course in Pennsylvania and is ranked #88 by Golfweek in the Top 200 resort courses in America. We are seeking a highly motivated and driven individual, to work along side our superintendent and help manage our crew.
- $50,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Johns Island Club, - Vero Beach, Florida
Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Position Available Position Summary: The role of the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent is to manage and assist with the daily maintenance of the golf courses and the adjacent grounds. These duties include—but are not limited to—overseeing and participating in all fertility and plant protectant programs, as well as irrigation installation and repairs. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Assists with planning, scheduling, instructing, training, and directing the crew in the performance of golf course maintenance procedures and job responsibilities • Assists with chemical and fertilizer application • Oversees the operation and maintenance of the irrigation system • Advises the Golf Course Superintendent of course conditions • Oversees cleanup and storage of tools and equipment at the end of the shift • Advises the Superintendent of all performance issues and enforces performance standards • Communicates with members, co-workers, management, and the general public in a courteous and professional manner • Conforms with and abides by all regulations, policies, work procedures, and instructions • Exhibits and maintains a professional demeanor to reflect a positive image of John’s Island Club • Performs other duties as assigned by the Golf Course Superintendent
- $71,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Quail Lodge & Golf Club, - Carmel, California
Working alongside the amazing team at The Quail Lodge & Golf Club, we are seeking a Mechanic to support our Greens Department. Work for a highly prestigious hotel located in sunny Carmel Valley, California. Learn and grow within a strong hospitality operation. Exceptional medical benefits, Employee discounts on Lodge, Golf, and Dining Services. Key Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Examine machines and oversee diagnostic tests to determine functionality problems. Responds to vehicle and equipment breakdowns in field as needed/required Diagnoses and repairs tractors, forklifts, small engines, and specialized equipment (aerators, seeders, spreaders, etc.) Maintain work logs, repairs, and maintenance records. Design a plan of action for all maintenance tasks and upgrades. General Requirements: Must have 2+ years of experience working on Golf course maintenance equipment Certification from a vocational school or trade school is preferred. In-depth knowledge of vehicle diagnostic equipment and mechanical systems. Strong attention to detail with an aptitude for problem-solving.
- $26 to $30 per hour
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By Old Baldy Club, - updated March 1 - Saratoga, Wyoming
Old Baldy Club takes pride in preparing and maintaining the course at championship conditions on a daily basis throughout the season. Like most private facilities, we host many tournaments and events including; FootJoy Pro-Am, member-member, member-guest, men’s day, etc. This internship provides detailed hands on training in all aspects of golf course maintenance. Our goal is to provide the best learning experience possible to further your career. In doing so, our interns will hold high responsibility in maintaining superior course conditions. Duties will include, but are not limited to, course set-up, fertilizer/pesticide applications and record keeping, irrigation, water management, topdressing and involvement in several course projects. We are looking for highly motivated individuals that take personal pride in the work that they accomplish. Expectation levels are high. Students must be willing to work long hours, self-motivated, attentive to detail, responsible, and punctual. You will spend significant time working directly with the GCS and the assistant who are both genuinely invested in their interns long term success in this business. This will be a great hands on learning experience for anybody considering a career in Golf Course Maintenance.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Biltmore Estate, - updated March 1 - Asheville, North Carolina
The starting pay range for this position begins at $16.75/hour but is based on the level of qualifications and relevant experience above the minimum requirements ($16.75 - $17.50/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. Schedule is typically 7am to 3:30pm but can vary. 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. Additional Responsibilities: Appraises turfgrass condition and makes suggestions for improvement in their area related to turf grass maintenance operations. 2. Application of pesticides for control of vegetation or other pests. 3. Attends and successfully completes a variety of training sessions related to job performance or as required. 4. Provide support and assistance for other departments. 5. Assists in training other employees when appropriate. 6. Safely operates chain saws for removing fallen trees, brush from landscapes 7. Assists other departments with holiday and other special events.
- $16 to $18 per hour
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By Teed & Brown, Inc, - Norwalk, Connecticut
Teed & Brown, Inc IS Hiring!!! Teed & Brown Inc. Lawn Care for Your Life! Teed & Brown is a fast growing, high-end lawn care company servicing Connecticut and Westchester County New York. We offer only the highest level of lawn care & irrigation services, products & customer service. Part of being the best lawn care company means we are looking to hire the best people & have a happy workforce! We are looking for candidates who are willing to work hard, get dirty, be professional & friendly to achieve a common goal – this includes working long hours and Saturdays during certain times of the year. Successful candidates will have significant opportunities for advancement! We need some help as we grow. We love turf management, and everything involved with creating & keeping a beautiful, healthy lawn. We are seeking people who can fill a few roles; Quality Control Supervisor, Team Assistant Operations Manager, Route Supervisor, & Irrigation Install/Service Manager. These positions require people who either currently hold a New York Applicator’s Pesticide License, Ct Junior Operator’s Pesticide License or an Irrigation Technician License. The positions also require a valid driver’s license in good standing. People who have experience in Lawn Care, Golf Course Maintenance & Management, Athletic Field Maintenance & Management &/or Irrigation Management are highly encouraged to apply. Part of the problem as we grow is finding people who can learn the ropes of how we do things, have a positive attitude, a mindset of teamwork, respect, attention to detail, being dependable, polite & professional, mature and seeking excellence in doing the job. We do have a career ladder where you can see the positions & the responsibility of each position that earn the specific wage. We are hoping that you can help us & in turn, we can help you grow into a leader, have a fulfilling & rewarding job, have benefits & all around be part of a company who really wants to be great! Teed & Brown has been growing at a rate of roughly 20 – 30 % each year. We acquired 3 irrigation companies, created 3 new teams in the past 3 years & currently seeking locations in New York, Massachusetts & beyond. We are also working on creating a Lawn Care Renovations Team as well. The opportunity for you to grow & advance is there and provided that is something you desire; we can & will assist you in your goals. What are the benefits in this position? In the beginning, it is a “foot in the door” position & once you get to a manager role, it is an annual salary position, weekly paydays, medical, dental, & eye insurance; retirement (401K)account, certain paid holidays, vacation each year, uniforms, a company vehicle at a certain point, Sundays off & in house education & most important, a respectful, professional work environment. If you are interested in learning more, please contact: Jay Woodring, Recruitment Director/Agronomist Jwoodring@teedandbrown.com 203-788-4713
- $20 to $30 per hour
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By Frost Creek, - Eagle, Colorado
Frost Creek is currently accepting applications for the Equipment Manager position. Our facility is a private, 18-hole golf course located just south of Eagle, CO. Surrounded by National Forest and BLM land Frost Creek is an 1,100 acre community offering hiking, biking fishing and more, as additional amenities to our members. PTO, 401K Health, Dental, Vision Insurance through the club, at a discounted rate Staff meals, (during the golf season) Golf Privileges Additional information on Frost Creek may be found at: www.frostcreek.com
- $70,000 to $76,000 per year
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By Luling Golf, - updated March 1 - Luling, Texas
A once in a lifetime opportunity exists for a strong leader to grow-in and lead the golf course maintenance operations of a Kyle Franz design in Luling, Texas, a suburb equal distance to Austin and San Antonio. A 45-minute drive to both cities. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to play an integral role in the development of a new golf course and club culture from the ground up. The site is extremely unique with an extensive network of ravines that run throughout the 1,100+ acres, which are surrounded by a working cattle ranch. Franz is recognized for creating innovative and highly acclaimed golf experiences. The project is deemed to blend design influence from Golden Age architecture with the Texas Hill Country landscape to provide firm, fast and elite conditioning. Membership will be local and national. It is expected to be an invitation-only membership with less than 10,000 rounds annually with minimal cart rounds. The vision is to create an everyday golf experience reflective of the finest in the United States. The golf course is designed with multiple options from a tee and pin perspective, therefore, a strong understanding of course set-up will be important on a daily basis. Additionally, the club is likely to add additional holes over time so a willingness and desire to grow will be important. The position is expected to grow in responsibility and oversight as the golf course and club mature. The individual should have dedication to high standards of excellence, passion for the game of golf, while being a steward of the environment and design intention. The selected candidate will be a results-driven leader, who brings energy to join an ambitious and golf-centric ownership team and Director of Golf Course and Grounds. The atmosphere and experience will cater to amateur golfers and events, and those who love the game of golf. Initial Priorities of the Position: Partner with the Director of Golf Course and Grounds, construction, design, and ownership team to create a new 18-hole golf course and practice area that will be sustainable and deliver world-class fast and firm conditions. Assist with the turf establishment including infrastructure installation, climate control systems, construction mixes, and grassing of all playing surfaces. Establish foundational agronomic programs including soil testing practices, fertility, pest management and cultural practices. Leads quality control measurements including soil testing, construction mix testing, sand testing, and other metrics. Provide input into the development of the maintenance complex, team and daily operations. Job Overview: The Golf Course Superintendent will work closely with Director of Golf Course and Grounds, Golf Course Architects, Project Manager and construction team to ensure turf selection, grow-in and maturation of the golf course and grounds with construction already in motion with anticipated grassing to be completed by Q3 2023. Serve a critically important role to ensure the course is built to deliver firm and fast conditions, and is able to be cost-effectively maintained post-construction. Build relationships with Architects, contractors, officials and consultants to keep lines of communication open and everyone on the same page. Execute and enhance the personality and culture of the Club, its membership, and its employees. He/she will be a visible, collaborative, hands-on, patient and service-oriented partner. The golf experience will be the primary driver of success for a golf-centric membership, and thus will require diligent attention, expertise, and care. To be successful, the Golf Course Superintendent must have outstanding agronomy, leadership, communication, business acumen, golf course maintenance aptitude and experience. Most importantly, the drive, creativity, and commitment to deliver an experience reflective of the most recognized golf facilities in the United States. The following knowledge, skills and aptitudes are desirable: Agronomics/Daily Golf Course Management: Strong technical and analytical focus to ensure optimal agronomic, water, soil and environmental management programs. Consistently seeks out best in class conditioning methodology including tools and practices. Solid irrigation management philosophy and practices including water quality control, and hand-water management. Understands regulatory, construction, surface and stormwater planning. Successful experience in similar or more challenging climates. Results-oriented cultural, fertility and pesticide programming. Establishes and maintains golf course maintenance operations and facilities to help create a safe, productive, and enjoyable environment for employees, as well as golfers and onsite visitors. Golf course grow-in and construction Strong understanding of grass selection, infrastructure needs to optimize design and playability. Understand green climate control systems and their impact on green turf selection to deliver an optimal playing surface for the greatest number of months in the hot and cool Texas environment. Experience with facility construction including maintenance facility, chemical storage, pump station and other amenity buildings. Record progress with videos, photographs and communication reports. Leadership Humble, trustworthy, strong character and impeccable integrity. Demonstrates creativity, flexibility, outside the box thinking and assures consistent achievement of goals. Lead by example approach to setting standards of operation. Develop a workplace culture reflective of top performing organizations and ensure consistent focus on motivating and retaining employees, and promoting ethics and values. Collaborative in nature, and ability to work effectively with various constituents. Communication Direct, transparent, thoughtful and confident communicator. Relationship builder, active listener with a history of excellent relations with all constituents. Strong follow up reporting with Director of Grounds and direct reports. Business/Financial Management Exemplary administrative, inventory, record keeping and accounting practices. Comfortable utilizing Microsoft Office or similar software. Ensure compliance with environmental, safety, federal and state regulations. Strong time management and organizational skills. Golf IQ/Industry Relations High golf IQ - steward of the game, environment and traditions. Adapts maintenance practices to enhance design features and golfer playability. Strong agronomic skills-stays current with trends in turf technology and equipment. ABOUT THE ARCHITECT KYLE FRANZ - http://www.kylefranzgolf.com In addition to his own design work, Kyle has been fortunate to have been a part of the neo-classical design movement spearheaded by Tom Doak, the team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, and Gil Hanse. This movement has changed the industry the last 20 years by moving the “Design & Build” philosophy to the forefront. This philosophy is dedicated to building world class courses and restorations themselves. Instead of merely handing plans created in an office to a contractor, they are hands on building their own courses. This combination of craftsmanship and personal attention produces better results and eliminates unnecessary outside contracted costs for a client – a substantial sum on any project. His shaping, design, management, construction, finishing, and project planning talents are well established, and he specializes particularly in the artful design and construction of greens complexes and bunkers. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Please write a thoughtful cover letter to Tyler Bloom, Search Consultant, about why you are interested in the position, and how your expertise will contribute to the success of the position. Save your application materials as one file as such: (Last Name, First Name, Luling) Send to email@example.com no later than March 17th, 2023. It is expected candidate in person interviews to be completed by the first week of April. Start date flexible within the month of April/May.
- $90,000 to $110,000 per year
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By City of Thornton, - updated March 1 - Thornton, Colorado
Under specified supervision, performs a variety of maintenance duties including physical manual labor within the city's park system, including the city's golf course and clubhouse grounds. May assist with the coordination of the annual flower program, planting, and maintaining trees, Xeric garden, and other grounds maintenance duties as assigned. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from levels I or, when filled from the outside, require previous and directly related experience. Parks Worker I: Under immediate supervision, this is the entry-level class in the Parks Worker series. Incumbents entering the class have little or no directly related work experience. Generally, work is observed and reviewed both during performance and upon completion. Parks Worker II: Under general supervision, this is the journey-level class in the Parks Worker series. Incumbents assigned to this class have previous work experience and are expected to perform the full range or work assigned, operate large-scale mowing equipment and/or work with independence and initiative. 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.) Operates equipment such as tractors, trenchers, sod cutters, roto-tillers, skid steers, trucks, trailers, utility vehicles, small backhoes, loaders, aerators, wood chippers, flail and rotary mowers, a variety of riding mowers from 16 feet in width to 6 feet in width, walk-behind mowers, push mowers, string trimmers, backpack blowers and sprayers, edgers, bunker rakes, chain saws, pruning equipment, and various hand tools. Assists with park maintenance tasks. Mows, weeds, trims, and removes grass clippings. Waters, aerates, renovates and fertilizes turf areas. Plants, waters, edges, prunes and removes trees, shrubs, bushes, and flowers. Clears snow and leaves from parks, rights-of-way, sidewalks, and sports fields and courts. Picks up trash and polices areas. Empties trash receptacles. Inspects, maintains, and repairs parks and mowing equipment and facilities. Monitors belts, pulleys, filters, tire pressure and fluid levels, greases fittings, changes oil and filters, cleans and replaces air filters, changes and sharpens blades, and adjusts mowing deck heights when necessary. Cleans and fuels equipment. Sets up appropriate traffic control devices when working in the right-of-way. May maintain ball field infield, including hand raking, compacting worn areas, edging lips, cleaning dug outs and bleacher areas, scarifying and dragging infields, spreading infield conditioners and drying agents, installing home plates and base anchors, and wetting infields. May assist with computerized irrigation systems. Assists in irrigation repair and hand watering as needed. Assists in all basic phases of golf course maintenance and related projects. Ensures bunkers are raked, tee markers are set, cups are properly cut, etc. Mows greens, tees, approaches, fairways, roughs, surrounds and native areas. Repairs ball marks on greens and hand fills divots with sand/seed mixture as needed. Responsible for removal of trash on golf course and clubhouse grounds including parking lots and sidewalks. Plants and maintains sod, trees, shrubs, flowerbeds, and native plants. Sprays weeds, tree rings and fence lines with a backpack sprayer. Removes trash and debris from ponds as needed and seasonally installs and removes water aeration fountains in ponds. Coordinates the annual flower program, including design, purchasing, bed preparation, flower planting, maintenance of the beds, and removal of annual flowerbeds throughout the City. Assists with maintenance and management of the City's urban forest and tree inventory. Assists with tree planting, watering, pruning, removal and other tree-related maintenance tasks. Assists with the maintenance of the Xeric garden, including irrigation repair, planting shrubs and perennials, mowing turf plots, edging turf plots, monitoring plant material for moisture, identifying and labeling plant material, maintaining signs, and other Xeric maintenance tasks. Assists with various festival set up and tear down activities. May be required to be on 24-hour on-call status for snow removal and other emergencies. May be required to work overtime. May include weekend work. Provides accurate written reports of all daily activities. Performs other duties as assigned. Parks Worker II: In addition to previous requirements: Operates large-scale mowing and/or aeration equipment used on fairways, roughs, surrounds, greens and tees.
- $15 to $19 per hour
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By Horseshoe Bend Country Club, - updated March 1 - Roswell, Georgia
Horseshoe Bend Country Club seeks to become the premier country club in the Atlanta market, providing immense value to our members by enriching their lives and serving as the backdrop to life-long family memories. Horseshoe Bend CC has found its sweet spot as a family-oriented, privately-owned, private country club in North Atlanta. The Club exists to develop servant leaders who create unforgettable experiences for our members, their families, and guests. We promise pristine facilities, exceptional service, in a welcoming environment where all are treated fairly and equitably. We create a community where members make and sustain enduring friendships through their participation in activities and events around the Bend. And there is certainly no other club in the area that has made such a concerted commitment to their valued members and families, future members, and invited guests. Primary Duties: Crew supervision and training Weekend manager on duty - every other weekend Application of chemicals such as fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides to all areas of the golf course Small project supervision Irrigation scheduling and repairs with help of Irrigation Tech Cleanliness and organization of shop, offices and chemical room All other common grounds keeping tasks as needed - mowing, blowing, changing pins, etc. Golf Course Information: Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda greens TifGrand Bermuda collars and approaches Zeon Zoysia Tees 419 Bermuda fairways and roughs Numerous areas of fescue Employment Information: *Upon meeting employment requirements* Health, Dental, Vision Insurance 401K Bonus potential Uniforms provided Paid association fees and continuing education opportunities This position works closely with the Director and Superintendent to provide excellent course conditions for our members and their guests. Experience in golf course maintenance is required for this position. A Georgia pesticide license is required or the ability to obtain one within 3 months of hiring date. Email all resumes and/or questions to Blake Holland at firstname.lastname@example.org
- $50,000 to $60,000 per year
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By The Greens Country Club, - updated March 1 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The First Assistant Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent and Director of Agronomy. This position requires formal education (2 or 4 year turf degree) and work experience. Under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, the First Assistant Superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of all turf; greens, tees, collars, approaches, fairways, clubhouse lawns, etc.; supervises the maintenance, operation and repair of golf course equipment, and related work as required. The First Assistant Superintendent may serve in the Golf Course Superintendent's capacity during his/her absence. Typical Functions but not limited to: Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, tees, fairways, etc; ensures proper course setup Assist in hiring staff, scheduling tasks, and supervises the employees and the use of equipment; operation and care of mowing and other equipment Chemical & Fertilizer applications; calibrates chemical/fertiliizer application equipment; supervises and participates in the operation of pumping stations, and in the maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems. Assists in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety, personnel discipline and may also modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation. Ability to schedule and supervise maintenance work to achieve the most effective utilization of workers and equipment; to prepare clear and concise reports; to maintain effective employee and member relations. Requires a valid driver’s license Requires current Oklahoma certification as a pesticide applicator or ability to obtain one in 3 months The First Assistant Superintendent is expected to participate in continuing education programs to further his/her knowledge of golf course maintenance.
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By Cape Girardeau Country Club, - Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Cape Girardeau Country Club in Cape Girardeau, Missouri was founded in 1921 and is currently seeking an experienced Golf Course Superintendent with the following skills and capabilities: Current Missouri Pesticide Application License required (or ability to quickly acquire the license). Supervises and participates in applying all chemicals and maintains accurate records. Thorough knowledge of agronomy, course maintenance, chemical application, appropriate water management, and proven experience in managing staff to achieve outstanding course conditions. Experience in maintaining and repairing irrigation systems. Capable of establishing and managing preventative maintenance system for equipment and making necessary repairs when required. Involved with hiring, training, and developing of all grounds crew employees. Provides training to employees for safe and effective operations of all equipment. Strong interpersonal skills in communicating with coworkers and members, helping to establish an organization that delivers outstanding customer service and is a great place to work. 3 years minimum experience as a Golf Course Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent. Degree in turf management preferred but not required. Salary commensurate with experience. Job type: Full-Time Experience: Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent: 3 years required Preference will be given to candidates with knowledge in managing bent grass and Zoysia in the transition zone. Send cover letter, resume and references to: Bridget Riley Gilbert. 314-288-5381 Cape Girardeau Country Club 250 Country Club Drive Cape Girardeau, MO. 63701
- $55,000 to $75,000 per year
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By New Jersey Best Lawn Sprinklers and Fencing, - Bayville, New Jersey
Description: NEW JERSEY BEST LAWN SPRINKLERS AND FENCING is a quality driven company with a branch located in Bayville, NJ, serving all New Jersey. Our Irrigation Lead Technician position involves a variety of service calls. You will We are 100% paperless and mobile - You will be required to use a tablet for billing and to communicate easily with clients and staff. You will also need to be able to work independently or with a team. Our technicians are some of the highest-paid in the industry, and our top performers make up to $1900 per week plus. We currently are offering a $1000 sign-on bonus-paid after a 45-day probationary period. Contact us today for the start of a great future! Duties: Responsibilities for the position are: 1) Drivers license is required. As a Lead technician, you will be traveling in our company vehicle from client to client. Vehicles are equipped with GPS to assist you in locating properties. 2) Mechanical skills. work with irrigation components, diagnosing and repair all forms of underground sprinkler system components.. We supply the latest electronic equipment to assist you in your work. 3) Hands on work. Attention to detail is required when installing lawn sprinkler timers or running control wires in clients homes. You will also need to dig up and repair sprinkler parts that are underground. 4) Organization skills. Preparing detailed invoicing of the work you perform via company provided tablet. 5) Communication skills. You will need to work with clients to listen to what their problems are and explain the repairs needed to solve their issues. Tired of working for company's that don't keep their promises? Come work in a secure, friendly and family oriented company. We offer a Competitive compensation and benefits plan, which includes a commission program, 401K, Paid Holidays and vacation policy. Qualifications: To be considered, your application MUST include the following: Experience in the Green Industry. Fill out the online application http://njlawn.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-570813.html Answer all online questions. We have a very low turn over rate. Many of our technicians have been here for 15 plus years. Due to our growth we are adding 2 more techs to our routes.
- $60,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Kelly Grow LLC, - updated February 28 - Warminster, Pennsylvania
Kelly Grow LLC is a small business in Warminster, PA. We are agile, innovative, creative and our goal is to be the top business in the turf and plant management industry. Our mission is to bring a premier golf course mindset to residential and commercial industries. We strive for nothing but the best. Our work environment includes: Growth opportunities Safe work environment On-the-job training Company perks Lively atmosphere Job Summary: Our team is given the best tools & equipment industry to perform at the highest level. The best turf/ gardens in the neighborhood are Kelly Grow properties. Specialists provide lawn care services, plant services, as well as seeding, and aeration services. Specialists are expected to work independently and use their expertise to perform soil analysis, pest identification (insect, weed, disease), garden bed management, deep root injections, and other plant services. This position pays $20-32/hr depending on years of experience + paid PTO + paid benefits + a significant bonus which is based on annual company performance. What we’re seeking in a candidate: - The craving to grow and be a leader in a small company. - 1-5 years+ of experience in the lawn/ plant care maintenance industry. - A desire to work efficiently and independently. - Communicates very well with customers and fellow employees. - The capability to operate various pieces of equipment. - A desire to problem solve and deliver the best service in the industry. What separates our company: - Growth, Growth, Growth!!!!! The business has grown over 200% over the past 4 years with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. New employees are coming in at ground level and will have significant room for growth over the next five years. - Employee bonuses are based on annual company performance. We believe in sharing the good with our employees. - We operate with the best equipment in the industry. We will constantly invest in the best equipment to perform at the highest level. - Training and development opportunities are abundant. - We’re currently looking to expand and invest in other aspects of the landscaping industry. As we expand, we’ll be looking to promote leaders from within. Job Essentials: - Valid driver’s license. - Authorized to work lawfully in the United States. Job Type: Full-time Pay: $20.00 - $32.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Paid time off Parental leave Professional development assistance Referral program Schedule: Day shift Overtime Supplemental pay types: Bonus pay Commission pay Tips Ability to commute/relocate: Warminster, PA: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required) Experience: Landscape maintenance: 1 year (Preferred) License/Certification: Driver's License (Required) If interested, please email resume and a letter expressing your interest to KellyGrowTurf@gmail.com
- $20 to $32 per hour
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By bioLawn, - St. Paul, Minnesota
About bioLawn bioLawn is a residential lawn care company based in the Twin Cities. We provide plant health care applications to lawns and trees. We do not do mowing, plowing, or tree trimming. We have been growing rapidly and are looking to grow our management team with motivated individuals that can contribute to the continued growth of bioLawn. To learn more about the company and the services we offer, please visit www.getbiolawn.com. Position Overview This is a salaried position that requires attention to detail, strong work ethic, and the want and desire to help make BioLawn the best lawn care service provider in the Twin Cities Metro Area. Team building and motivation will be a key focus for this position. With successful performance, this position will have the opportunity to grow and advance within the company to branch manager as new locations are opened. Key Responsibilities Motivate, lead and manage 6-10 technicians Share opening and closing procedures with other managers Daily communication with all staff with regards to daily setup and needed changes Promote hitting performance and efficiency goals with team Constant training with team Service calls and face to face customer service Perform production routes as needed to help team hit performance and efficiency goals Evaluate technician performance for application quality
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Grandfather Golf and Country Club, - Linville, North Carolina
The responsibility of the Assistant Mechanic is to assist in maintaining the excellent playing condition of the golf course. The Assistant Mechanic will direct, monitor, and perform major and minor mechanical repairs on a variety of diesel and gasoline powered equipment under the general direction of the Director of Agronomy and Head Mechanic.
- $18 to $21 per hour
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By Horseshoe Bend Country Club, - Roswell, Georgia
Horseshoe Bend Country Club seeks to become the premier country club in the Atlanta market, providing immense value to our members by enriching their lives and serving as the backdrop to life-long family memories. Horseshoe Bend CC has found its sweet spot as a family-oriented, privately-owned, private country club in North Atlanta. The Club exists to develop servant leaders who create unforgettable experiences for our members, their families, and guests. We promise pristine facilities, exceptional service, in a welcoming environment where all are treated fairly and equitably. We create a community where members make and sustain enduring friendships through their participation in activities and events around the Bend. And there is certainly no other club in the area that has made such a concerted commitment to their valued members and families, future members, and invited guests. Primary Duties: - Application of fertilizers, fungicides, herbicides and pesticides to all turf grass areas - Cleanliness and organization of chemical storage rooms and equipment - Crew management and project management as necessary - Performing of common maintenance tasks as necessary such as mowing, blowing, etc and anything else deemed necessary of management Golf Course Information: - Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda greens - TifGrand Bermuda collars and approaches - Zeon Zoysia Tees - 419 Bermuda fairways and roughs - Numerous areas of fescue Employment Information: *Upon meeting employment requirements* - Health, Dental, Vision Insurance - 401K - Bonus potential - Uniforms provided - Paid association fees and continuing education opportunities This is a position that requires the ability to be a self-starter with a keen eye for detail. We want this to be a learning experience in all aspects of golf course maintenance for the right individual. This position should be a stepping stone in your career path and we will provide all opportunities to help you learn and grow. Previous experience is preferred but not necessary. Please email Blake Holland at email@example.com if you have questions or need more information
- $16 to $19 per hour
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By St. Clair Country Club, - updated February 28 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
St. Clair Country Club is located 10 miles from Pittsburgh, in the south hills area of Allegheny County. Located on 265 acres of property, St. Clair Country Club’s facilities include an 18-hole Championship golf course and a 9-hole Terrace golf course. In addition to its golf courses, St. Clair Country Club has a short game practice facility and a driving range. More information about St. Clair Country Club can be found at the club's website at stclaircc.org. The Championship Course irrigation system was installed in 2007- 2008, It is a Toro five row system using Lynx operating system. The System has been well maintained; we are Currently finishing construction of a new pump station that will be completed in March of 2023. The Terrace Course irrigation system is a double row Toro system; the Terrace irrigation system is scheduled to be replaced as part of the Terrace course renovation. The responsibility of the irrigation technician is to ensure the irrigation system and components associated with the irrigation system are performing properly.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By Palm Valley Golf Course, - updated February 28 - Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
How would you like the opportunity to do what you love , cultivate a beautiful property with high quality turf without having to deal with homeowners, greens committee, or a Pro-shop staff not integrated with the practices of golf course maintenance? Palm Valley Golf Course is a 9-hole executive course, located in the heart of the golfing community of North Florida in Ponte Vedra. We are a family built and operated facility. As superintendent, you will be working directly with the owner/general manager. Palm Valley is a 32-acre facility, with large driving range with 45,000sqft grass tee and 14 covered hitting bays with Toptracer, 10,000 sqft putting/chipping area, and 9-hole executive course with 1 acre of greens. Our clientele range for families/kids, retirees, and golfers looking for another round of golf after playing championship courses like TPC-Sawgrass. We are looking to expand our facility, with new projects lined up. The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for managing the activities of a 9-hole golf course within the guidelines, policies and standards established by Palm Valley Golf Course. Typically works under the direction of the Owner and General. RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES · Develops, prepares, establishes, and maintains the entire golf course and clubhouse grounds. This includes the entrance and fence. · Plans, schedules and monitors operations, which include manpower, equipment, and supply requirements for the department and maintains accountability for the cost, utilization, and performance of employees and equipment. · Develops and manages budgets for projected departmental expenditures · Coordinates budgetary reviews and approvals with owner or General Manager · Ensures proper accounting procedures are followed for all maintenance activity, including labor distributions, purchases, and fixed assets. Explains monthly variances from the projected budget. · Maintains Purchase Order and invoice systems. · Maintains required records for: man-hour usage, equipment maintenance, tool inventory, supply inventory, daily log, fertilizer, fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, fuel usage, weather, water usage, and all records required by governmental authorities relevant to pesticide usage · Ensures safety regulations, policies and procedures are followed. · Ensures that departmental employees have a clean, organized, and safe working environment which meets all local, state and federal regulations and maintains adequate stock levels. · Assists with the development and implementation of environmental programs consistent with International Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program Certification and meet departmental environmental goals. · Selects, orients, trains, motivates and retains staff capable of meeting current and projected personnel needs; makes recommendations and decisions on various personnel matters such as salaries, performance reviews (both annual & semi-annual), and terminations. Special emphasis is placed on minimizing employee costs · Works closely with Head PGA Pro and owner to prepare for any tournaments we host. · When uniforms are adopted as protocol, maintains control of employee uniforms, ensuring that employees wear the appropriate uniform, that uniforms are kept in good condition, and are always readily available to employees. · Works closely with the owner/General Manager to interpret and implement departmental policies and procedures as established by Palm Valley Golf Course · Required to wear personal protective clothing and/or use protective equipment to comply with established safety operating standards. · Special projects or other duties as assigned Additional Job Description This job operates in a professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; kneel; use hands to handle or feel; and talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, color vision, distance and peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. An essential function of the job is to be able to comply with all applicable federal, state and local safety and health regulations that would apply to this job. This job description reflects the assignment of essential functions and may be modified as needed; it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. The information contained herein is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job, nor is it intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and abilities required to do the job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to a variety of outdoor weather conditions. Position is very active and requires lifting, pulling or pushing up to or over 50 pounds, moving and/or lift items with awkward weights. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, color vision, distance and peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. An essential function of the job is to be able to comply with all applicable federal, state and local safety and health regulations that would apply to this job. This job description reflects the assignment of essential functions and may be modified as needed; it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. The information contained herein is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job, nor is it intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Travel · Travel is not expected for this position Work Schedule Expectations · This position requires shifts as necessary based on business levels Supervisory Responsibility · This position manages employees and is responsible for the performance management and hiring of the employees within the department with final approval from owner.
- $50,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Indianwood Golf & Country Club, - updated February 27 - Lake Orion, Michigan
Looking for a Spray Tech/IPM Technician for Indianwood Golf & Country Club in Lake Orion, MI. Plenty of opportunities for additional education and networking in the state as well as volunteering at professional tournaments. Recent graduates or those wanting to enter the turf field are encouraged to apply.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Country Club Mgt of Orlrando, - Winderemere, Florida
Isleworth Golf and Country Club is an 18-hole private facility located Southwest of Orlando. Ranked 26th on the Platinum Clubs of the World list, we are home to many PGA, LPGA, and Senior Tour players. We pride ourselves in providing tournament conditions on a daily basis to our members and their guest. We are amidst a three year project to renovate our golf course and irrigation system, working with the well-respected golf course architect Steve Smyers. In 2024, our golf course will undergo a total greens and bunker renovation, turf replacement of tees, fairways and rough, and implementation of naturalized areas to reduce turf and conserve water. We are seeking a experienced Landscape supervisor to lead our 12 man team to handle all aspects of our 30 acres of Golf Course Landscape. Areas of concentration would include but are not limited to trimming trees/plants, edging, mowing, spraying, installation of flowers/plants, irrigation repairs, fertilizer applications, etc
- $45,760 to $52,000 per year
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By Georgia Southern University, - Statesboro, Georgia
The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent. Under the Superintendent's supervision, The Assistant Superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course tees, greens, fairways, and cart paths; supervises the maintenance and repair of motorized and other mechanical equipment; and does related work as required. The Assistant Superintendent may serve in the Superintendent's capacity during his/her absence. Assist in planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, tees and fairways • Hire, orient, and train all golf course maintenance department employees • Schedule work and supervise employees and use of equipment • Instruct equipment operators on operation and care of mowing and other equipment • Supervise pesticide application and/or operate and calibrate pesticide application equipment • Supervise and participate in the operation and maintenance of pumps, and irrigation and drainage systems • Assist with personnel management and evaluation, employee safety, and discipline • Supervise the mowing, watering and maintenance of tees, greens, fairways and related areas • Supervise planting, fertilizing and maintenance of turf • Perform tasks necessary to keep maintenance facility and equipment clean, organized, and safe
- $48,000 to $52,000 per year
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By Green Tee Golf Inc., - updated February 27 - Augusta, Georgia
Green Tee Golf Project Manager About Us: Founded in 2010, Green Tee Golf is a golf course construction and renovation contractor headquartered in Augusta, GA. Our client base is spread throughout the Southeastern United States, to include: GA, NC, SC, TN, KY, and FL. A majority of our projects are in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. We are looking for hardworking, adaptable, highly detailed, and driven project managers that are motivated and willing to learn our methodology and processes to expand our team. Description: The on-site project manager is the primary point of contact for the project. They are expected to understand the scope and timeline of the work to be completed, and communicate with multiple parties to execute the project to the highest standard. Three key skills or abilities a project manager should possess: communication, leadership and organization. Key Responsibilities Plan project startup/mobilization Manage a crew of 10-30 Coordinate and schedule all phases of a project on a daily, weekly, and monthly level to ensure project is completed in accordance with previously determined timeline Maintain a professional appearance and communicate professionally (both written and verbally) Ensure all equipment is operated in a safe manner Coordinate equipment repairs, facilitate regular equipment maintenance Effectively and professionally communicate with all parties involved with project (both internal and external) Complete all administrative duties in a timely manner (billing, time-sheets, daily progress reports, equipment rental, material purchasing, change orders) Review contract documents and discuss design specifics with architects, superintendents, owners, etc. Understand the scope of work and what is needed to complete project in accordance with previously determined timeline Order, track, and manage stockpiles of material Ensure all “punch-list” items are completed and meet or exceed clients’ expectations prior to demobilization Quality Control: ensure all tasks are performed with an extreme attention to detail and meet Green Tee Golf’s standard Assist with labor tasks as necessary Frequently lift up to 50 pounds Stand and work outside in all seasons and weather conditions Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Broad knowledge of golf course construction/renovation processes Feature construction: Tees, Greens, Bunkers Irrigation Sod Installation Surveying/Staking/layout Earthwork Drainage Proficient in MS Office Suite Equipment Knowledge Broad knowledge/ability to operate and maintain a variety of equipment including, but not limited to: Sod Cutters, Plate Compactors, Jumping Jacks, and miscellaneous other small engines Farm Tractors Skidsteers Front end loaders Excavators Utility vehicles Trenchers Delegation/Crew Management Ability to plan and assign work to crew leaders Ensure milestones and deadlines are met on time Adapt and react to changes in scope and timeline Ability to multi-task with a high attention to detail Continuously review plan, adapt and make changes in order to adhere to timeline Green Tee Golf considers ourselves extremely lucky to get to work in the places we do. We have worked on some of the premier courses in the United States, including several courses repeatedly on Golf Digest’s list of top 100 courses. If you are interested, we would love to hear from you!
- $55,000 to $55,000 per year
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By George E Ley Company, - Glenmoore, Pennsylvania
George E Ley Company is searching for Equipment Operators to join their Golf Course Construction team. In this role you will be required to operate construction equipment used on our projects, such as backhoes, excavators, dozers, scrapers etc. In addition to having experience in operating this machinery, we are also looking for an individual who knows how to generally maintain the equipment. We offer benefits, long term opportunities and increased promotions based on performance.
- $20 to $30 per hour
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By The Olde Farm Golf Club, - Bristol, Virginia
The Olde Farm Golf Club designed by Bobby Weed was established in 2000 and was promptly named "Best New Private Club" by Golf Digest. It is consistently ranked in the Top 100 Modern Courses by Golfweek. The playing surfaces consist of L-93 Bentgrass and Kentucky Bluegrass rough. The Olde Farm consists of an 18 hole course and a par three short course called The Orchard Course, which was just name one of the Top 25 short courses in the world by Golf.com. In 2018, The Olde Farm hosted The American Legends Golf Tournament which was a one day, PGA TOUR sanctioned charity event to raise money for the kids at Mountain Mission School in Grundy, VA. Ten of America's sporting legends from various sporting worlds converged on the grounds here at The Olde Farm and with generous donors and sponsors The Olde Farm was able to raise a record 56.6 million dollars. Moving forward, The Olde Farm is looking for the best and brightest in their respective industry to help propel the club into its next 20 years. In the Turf Maintenance department we will be focused on producing championship quality playing conditions on a daily basis and help elevate and surpass member expectations.
- $14/hr plus OT
- 5,257 views
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