- 58Golf Course Superintendent
- 3Superintendent/General Manager
- 177Assistant Superintendent
- 322nd Assistant Superintendent
- 3Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 38Equipment/Shop Manager
- 37Turf Equipment Technician
- 9Assistant Equipment Technician
- 19Spray/Applications Technician
- 13Irrigation Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 2Sports Turf Manager
- 1Sports Turf Technician
- 1Landscape Manager
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Equipment Operator
- 12Grounds Staff
- 58Seasonal Intern
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 12Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 2Branch Manager
- 2Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Executive Director
By Short Hills Country Club, - East Moline, Illinois
Short Hills Country Club - Head Superintendent Position Overview: Seeking an experienced Class “A” Head Superintendent to lead our golf course and grounds maintenance, ensuring high standards and member satisfaction. Key Responsibilities: Direct golf course and grounds maintenance operations. Licensed or the ability to obtain a license for all necessary pesticide and herbicide spraying. Maintain proper records for all chemical applications. Manage staff relations, budgeting, and club communications. Guide capital projects and employ cutting-edge technologies. Promote staff development and education. Candidate Profile: Proven management (minimum 3-5 years) experience in golf course maintenance. Expert in agronomy, business, and financial management. Strong communicator, leader, and team builder. Innovative, adaptable, and quality-focused. Proficient in project management and certified in relevant areas. Able to handle physical demands and operate maintenance equipment. Committed to professional growth and industry trends. Day-to-Day: Implement directives from the Board, GM, and Committee. Lead recruitment, supervision, and staff development. Manage maintenance budgets effectively. Compensation: Salary: $80,000 - $90,000, based on experience. Benefits include health insurance, 401K (3% match), PTO, club privileges, clothing allowance, annual dues, and education. Apply To: Gary Manes, PGA, General Manager Email: email@example.com Address: 2500 11th Street, East Moline, IL 61244
- $80,000 to $90,000 per year
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By Tyler Bloom Consulting, - updated December 30, 2023 - Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
A unique opportunity exists for passionate individuals to participate in a formalized Registered Apprenticeship program, pairing driven job seekers with top employers throughout the country in the golf course management industry. Whether you are new to the industry, looking to change careers or accelerate your growth in a proven process, our Registered Apprenticeship program can accommodate diverse backgrounds to upskill and provide industry-recognized credentials including college credits. This is also a great program for those currently employed at golf courses looking to take the next step with continued education. If you are looking to reduce education debt, advance your career in a structured program with designated mentors, and excel in the turf industry, this program may be for you. Graduates of the Registered Apprenticeship will qualify for assistant manager-level opportunities and also qualify for our Golf Industry Fellowship Program for advanced education and leadership training. Additionally, if you are an employer struggling to find and retain skilled employees and turf-educated individuals, this program could be for you. Registered Apprenticeship is a proven system sanctioned by the Department of Labor with every $1.00 invested into apprenticeship, seeing $1.47 in return on average for employers through productivity, skill development, retention and other benefits. Our national initiative will bring on multiple cohorts per year, building towards a continuous pipeline of talent for golf course and turf industry employers. Why Choose Our Program: Vetted process to ensure you work with true mentors committed to your success. Learn alongside industry experts from around the country and get competency-based training. Placement success – our team has helped place over 200+ individuals in the turf industry since 2020 ranging from golf course, public, private, sports turf, landscape, and recreation/park roles. Over 90% are still employed in higher-level roles. Diverse Exposure: Explore various aspects of turf care, from golf courses to sports fields, manufacturers, golf course construction, technology, various grass types and environments. Cutting-Edge Techniques: Stay up-to-date with the latest turf management technologies and practices. Networking Opportunities: Build connections in the turf industry unmatched by any single organization in the United States. Earn industry and national credentials to signify your accomplishment via online education, while staying gainfully employed. Who We’re Looking For: Individuals looking to advance their careers in the golf course maintenance industry with or without a degree. Employers who want to enroll a dedicated team member through a proven and structured training program to increase retention, skills and leadership. Passionate about the turf or golf industry, and desire to maximize their career potential. Desires 1:1 professional development coaching with leading industry experts. Willingness to learn and work in a team environment. Strong work ethic, exemplary employability skills, and attention to detail. A love for the outdoors and dedication to environmental stewardship. What you will learn: Construction management – understanding proper methods and materials in various use cases. Cultivation practices include timing, equipment, proper settings, and theory. Playing surface management including moisture, mowing, rolling, top dressing, fertility, and pest controls. Irrigation maintenance and scheduling Golf course or game day set up Plant, disease, weed, and tree identification Equipment service including mower set up, preventative maintenance, inventory management, and budgeting. Pesticide/fertilizer application, methodology, best practices, and safety. Personnel development including scheduling, training, performance management, and goal setting. Administrative skills include labor tracking, inventory systems, chemical/fertilizer record keeping, and daily course condition reports. Tournament preparation Communications – participate in monthly reporting through various platforms including digital media and leadership meetings. How to Apply: If you have questions regarding the program, please feel free to reach out to Tyler Bloom, firstname.lastname@example.org Ready to dive in? Send your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your passion for golf, and why this program will help you achieve your career goals. Be sure to include “Golf Course Maintenance Apprenticeship” in the subject line. Application deadline is January 31st. We intend to establish a small cohort in Q1 2024 with subsequent cohorts every 3-6 months and will be accepting applications on an ongoing basis. Don’t miss this chance to turn your career dreams into reality.
- $15 to $25 per hour
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By Tyler Bloom Consulting, - Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
A unique opportunity exists for passionate individuals to participate in a formalized Registered Apprenticeship program, pairing driven job seekers with top employers throughout the country in the golf course management industry. Whether you are new to the industry, looking to change careers or accelerate your growth in a proven process, our Registered Apprenticeship program can accommodate diverse backgrounds to upskill and provide industry-recognized credentials including college credits. This is also a great program for those currently employed at golf courses looking to take the next step with continued education. If you are looking to reduce education debt, advance your career in a structured program with designated mentors, and excel in the turf industry, this program may be for you. Graduates of the Registered Apprenticeship will qualify for assistant manager-level opportunities and also qualify for our Golf Industry Fellowship Program for advanced education and leadership training. Our national initiative will bring on multiple cohorts per year, building towards a continuous pipeline of talent for golf course and turf industry employers. Why Choose Our Program: Vetted process to ensure you work with true mentors committed to your success. Learn alongside industry experts from around the country and get competency-based training. Placement success – our team has helped place over 200+ individuals in the turf industry since 2020 ranging from golf course, public, private, sports turf, landscape, and recreation/park roles. Over 90% are still employed in higher-level roles. Diverse Exposure: Explore various aspects of turf care, from golf courses to sports fields, manufacturers, golf course construction, technology, various grass types and environments. Cutting-Edge Techniques: Stay up-to-date with the latest turf management technologies and practices. Networking Opportunities: Build connections in the turf industry unmatched by any single organization in the United States. Earn industry and national credentials to signify your accomplishment via online education, while staying gainfully employed. Who We’re Looking For: Individuals looking to advance their careers in the golf course maintenance industry with or without a degree. Employers who want to enroll a dedicated team member through a proven and structured training program to increase retention, skills and leadership. Passionate about the turf or golf industry, and desire to maximize their career potential. Desires 1:1 professional development coaching with leading industry experts. Willingness to learn and work in a team environment. Strong work ethic, exemplary employability skills, and attention to detail. A love for the outdoors and dedication to environmental stewardship. What you will learn: Construction management – understanding proper methods and materials in various use cases. Cultivation practices include timing, equipment, proper settings, and theory. Playing surface management including moisture, mowing, rolling, top dressing, fertility, and pest controls. Irrigation maintenance and scheduling Golf course or game day set up Plant, disease, weed, and tree identification Equipment service including mower set up, preventative maintenance, inventory management, and budgeting. Pesticide/fertilizer application, methodology, best practices, and safety. Personnel development including scheduling, training, performance management, and goal setting. Administrative skills include labor tracking, inventory systems, chemical/fertilizer record keeping, and daily course condition reports. Tournament preparation Communications – participate in monthly reporting through various platforms including digital media and leadership meetings. How to Apply: If you have questions regarding the program, please feel free to reach out to Tyler Bloom, email@example.com Ready to dive in? Send your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your passion for golf, and why this program will help you achieve your career goals. Be sure to include “Golf Course Maintenance Apprenticeship” in the subject line. Application deadline is January 31st. We intend to establish a small cohort in Q1 2024 with subsequent cohorts every 3-6 months and will be accepting applications on an ongoing basis. Don’t miss this chance to turn your career dreams into reality.
- $15 to $25 per hour
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By Echo Valley Country Club, - Norwalk, Iowa
Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Echo Valley Country Club 3150 Echo Valley Dr. Norwalk IA, 50211 Related Titles: Assistant Greenskeeper; Greens Assistant Superintendent Reports to: Golf Course Superintendent / Director or Golf Course Maintenance Supervises: Golf Course Maintenance Foreman; Equipment Operator; Equipment Mechanic, and all groundskeepers. Education and/or Experience · Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in Agronomy, Horticulture or Plant Science · Previous work as an assistant to an experienced Golf Course Superintendent · Previous supervisory experience in a club or golf course setting. Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations · Have a basic understanding of the rules of golf. · Be up-to-date on federal, state and local laws on golf course operations. · Some administrative and executive ability, especially critical in problem-solving and decision-making. Need to work in “team” atmosphere while executing the vision of the Superintendent. · Ability to perform required role in emergency situations. · An interest in the game of golf is preferred. Job Summary (Essential Functions) · Manage and maintain golf course properties including golf course, clubhouse grounds and landscaping, open spaces and the equipment used to maintain these areas at the direction of the Superintendent. · Responsible for the implementation of all golf course maintenance programs. Job Tasks/Duties · Maintains all grounds and course maintenance equipment according to the club’s / company’s turf management program with the assistance of the Superintendent. · Schedules, trains, supervises and evaluates all personnel assigned to department with the assistance of the Superintendent. · Maintains accurate work records for all personnel in the department with the assistance of the Superintendent. · Supervises and/or executes all planting, fertilizing, care and removal of turf, plants, shrubs, trees and other facilities on the golf course. · Maintains course in proper playing condition. · Inspects course regularly to evaluate and recommend improvements. · Inspects irrigation pump station frequently to ensure safe operation. · Helps to ensure that entire golf maintenance facility is clean and organized (including irrigation parts room, chemical storage room, and mechanics parts room). · Oversees repairs of broken water lines or valves and may perform necessary repairs in an emergency. · Records all maintenance on course for review with the Superintendent. · Establishes short- and long-range plans for the golf course with the Superintendent. · Oversees the application of fertilizers and nutrients for the property. · Works closely with the Superintendent to implement the property’s safety program. · Ensures that chemicals, petroleum and other controlled products are used, stored and disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal regulations; maintains required records and strives to minimize the use of chemicals and petroleum products. · Communicates as necessary with the golf shop relating to on-course activities. · Attends staff and management meetings. · Keeps members informed about current and future maintenance activities. · Conducts daily facility security checks ensuring accurate inventory of equipment and keys. · Plans professional development and training activities for subordinates including safety training for equipment use and proper handling of fertilizers, herbicides, and all other chemicals used on course; assures that SDSs are available in convenient location. · Works with Superintendent to ensure proper landscaping for property outside of golf course including the clubhouse and surrounding areas. · Helps to coordinate applicable work with outside contractors. · Determines when course should be closed due to weather conditions that may damage the course if play continues. · Conducts other appropriate tasks assigned by the General Manager or Superintendent. · Helps with snow removal during winter months. Licenses and Special Requirements · Pesticide Application certification. · Valid driver’s license. Physical Demands and Work Environment · Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions. · Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. · Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. · Able to meet and perform the physical requirements and to work effectively in an environment which is typical of this position. · Frequent lifting, bending, climbing, stooping and pulling. Salary and Benefits · $45,000 – $55,000 · Golf and Pool Privileges Please send resumes to Director of Grounds - Ryan Lux Ryan.firstname.lastname@example.org or contact @ 712-229-1875
- $45,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Echo Valley Country Club, - Norwalk, Iowa
Echo Valley Country Club 2024 Seasonal Internship Echo Valley Country Club is seeking to fill an internship position for 2024. We are seeking a highly motivated individual who is eager to further their knowledge of turfgrass management. This position will provide the tools to learn day to day golf course management, not just daily routines. Job Tasks/Duties · Assist in chemical and fertilizer applications. · Assist in irrigation repair process. · Collaborate with lead assistant and superintendent to complete assignments. · Hand watering. · Daily Course Set-Up. · Lead lower-level employees in the performance of team projects. · Monitoring course conditions. · Learn basic equipment management practices. Educational Requirements · Currently enrolled in or aspiring 2-to-4-year Turf Management program. Experience Requirements · Prior golf course or related field preferred but not required. Salary · $16.00 - $19.00 / Hour Benefits · Golf Privileges · Uniforms Please send resumes to Director of Grounds - Ryan Lux Ryan.email@example.com or contact @ 712-229-1875 Echo Valley is a family-owned, family-oriented private golf & country club located just 10 minutes from both Downtown Des Moines and the center of West Des Moines. Echo Valley Country Club is dedicated to its members, providing a place for friends of all ages to gather and enjoy incredible amenities like our award-winning 27-hole golf course, first-class practice facilities, swimming pool, tennis court and Clubhouse. A brand-new irrigation system was installed on the Creek 9 in 2022. Additionally, improvements were made to the control system on the Ridge 9, and the mainline was replaced. The pump station was replaced with a new Watertronics Station along with 3 new pumps and motors and a full dredging of the irrigation pond. The bunkers on all 27 holes have been rebuilt as Capillary Concrete bunkers with new bunker sand.
- $16 to $19 per hour
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By Hillcrest Country Club, - Los Angeles, California
Hillcrest Country Club located in Los Angeles, California is seeking a hands-on, self-starter to join their team as Assistant Agronomist. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a collaborative and innovative management team to be the best-conditioned golf course in Los Angeles as well as the most technologically advanced golf maintenance operation in the country. Hillcrest is neighbors with fellow world-class golf clubs; The Los Angeles Country Club, Riviera Golf Club, and Bel Air Country Club on the west side of Los Angeles. This location boasts mild temperatures, 300 days of sun, and great proximity to beaches, studios, and all the great things Los Angeles has to offer. In 2018, Hillcrest Country Club embarked on a full-course renovation with world-renowned architect Kyle Phillips. The new Hillcrest includes new practice facilities, 5 holes par 3 courses, and an 18 hole 7200-yard championship golf course. Greens are pure distinction creeping bentgrass, Santa Ana Bermudagrass fairways, and Perennial ryegrass rough. The Agronomy Department is currently constructing a state-of-the-art irrigation water project and planning a new maintenance facility within 5 years. Hillcrest Country Club has a rich history of philanthropic activities in the greater Los Angeles community. This culture of kindness and respect is the core philosophy of the member and employee’s experience at Hillcrest Country Club POSITION OVERVIEW: The Assistant Agronomist will support the Director of Agronomy and Superintendent in the day-to-day management of the Club’s Golf Course Maintenance department. WHY HILLCREST COUNTRY CLUB: A passion for delivering 5-star service and facilities every day to be the best club in Los Angeles. Enjoys being a part of an innovative, collaborative, and competitive team environment that continues to utilize top technology and resources. Opportunity to live 5 miles from the beach, and have the work/life balance to enjoy Southern California with scheduled 2 days off per week. Accelerated career development, active involvement in industry programs, and tournament volunteer opportunities. SUCCESS TRAITS OF INDIVIDUAL: Inspiring Leader – Able to supervise and motivate team members to work to their maximum potential and to resolve problems quickly and effectively. Enthusiasm and a passion for the hospitality and service industry. Service-first mindset, positive attitude, and warm-friendly personality. A hands-on individual with, a strong work ethic and the ability to work rapidly and quietly during rush periods Excellent communication skills; able to speak Spanish a plus. Technologically proficient including computer skills, Microsoft Office, drone technology and other computer programming. Organized and proactive, able to effectively organize records. Professional aptitude – Exceptional grooming habits, punctual and reliable, available to work weekends, evenings, and holidays as needed. INITIAL PRIORITIES OF POSITION: Learn the culture, team, and operations to provide the best conditions and service for our members. Acclimate with the various technologies in operation including gaining comfort using Toro electric greens mowers, 3 GPS sprayers, Rainbird Irrigation system running Cirrus Pro licensure for drone technology. Aid the Director of Agronomy with the development of sustainability and technology goals with an eye toward continuous improvement, greater efficiency, and environmental stewardship KEY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, APTITUDE AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Department: Ensuring standards: Establish and enforce presentation standards for the golf course and grounds. Train and supervise the team, conducting regular inspections and taking corrective actions when necessary. Budget management: Manage annual and capital budgets, ensuring targets are met. Provide input on operating and labor budgets during the budgeting process. Maintain accurate records, ensure proper equipment use and maintenance, and update applicator licenses. Green Committee involvement: Actively participate in Green Committee meetings. Ensure alignment on goal development and execution. Management and Supervisory: Staff supervision: Directly supervise designated staff and assist in managing all department staff and facilities. Foster an employee-oriented culture focused on quality, continuous improvement, and high performance. Scheduling and assignments: Create schedules for designated staff, assign work, and ensure appropriate breaks and approvals for overtime. Meetings and walk-throughs: Conduct pre and post-shift meetings, motivate the team, and promote teamwork. Complete checklists and perform walk-throughs of all Golf Maintenance service areas to ensure operational efficiency. Coaching and disciplinary actions: Coach and counsel staff to meet operational standards and maintain a healthy work environment. Report disciplinary issues to the appropriate authorities and contribute to administering disciplinary actions. Complaint resolution: Address member and staff complaints, collaborate with supervisors, and maintain written records of complaints involving employees. Safety management: Maintain expertise in club safety policies and procedures. Serve on the Safety committee, conduct monthly safety training, and make recommendations to improve the work environment. Ensure timely accident reporting and compliance with work restrictions. Reporting and evaluations: Provide required reports such as checklists, schedules, shift reports, and overtime authorizations. Participate in interviewing and evaluating applicants and employees as requested. Training and documentation: Assist in training new hires and updating employment-related documents. Submit necessary paperwork to HR promptly. Professionalism: Leadership and values: Lead by example, demonstrate a positive attitude, and embody professionalism, integrity, teamwork, kindness, and gratitude. Policy understanding and enforcement: Understand and enforce relevant club regulations, policies, and procedures. Ensure team members have a clear understanding of these guidelines. Collaboration and communication: Collaborate positively with colleagues and team members across divisions, fostering a teamwork-oriented atmosphere. Interact effectively with members, guests, vendors, and inspectors. Member satisfaction and problem-solving: Be attentive to members and guests on the course, striving for member satisfaction and diplomatically resolving any issues. Regulatory compliance: Comply with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. Address any questions from supervisors or inspectors related to job responsibilities. Schedule and attendance: Maintain a visible presence at the Club, adhering to the assigned schedule, including weekends and holidays. Communicate absences during expected working hours and submit appropriate documentation for paid time off. Professional development: Attend all required meetings, training sessions, workshops, and conferences to enhance personal and professional growth and contribute to the club’s image. Service improvement: Identify areas for service improvement and develop creative solutions to address those areas. ABOUT THE CLUB: In 1920, a foursome at San Gabriel Country Club had this far-fetched notion of wanting to create their own private country club. Samuel M. Newmark, Louis Isaacs, Karl Triest and Joseph Y. Baruh spent several weeks quietly searching for a suitable site and finally came across a charming little parcel of rolling hills on Pico Boulevard, a half-day’s drive from downtown on an old dusty road, owned at the time by the Huntington Land and Water Company. Mr. Newmark and Mr. Isaacs paid $5,000 to Mr. Huntington for a purchase option on the land. A Board of Directors was subsequently comprised and authorized the purchase of 142 acres of land at a cost of $50,000 plus the expenditure of an additional $550,000 toward the cost of the golf course and clubhouse construction.
- $100,000 to $110,000 per year
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By Fort Collins Country Club, - updated December 28, 2023 - Fort Collins, Colorado
Introduction to the Club: Founded in 1959, Fort Collins Country Club is a private, member-owned club with an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Henry Hughes. Situated between two reservoirs on the northeast side of Fort Collins, the classic style golf course has tremendous views of the surrounding foothills and Rocky Mountains. FCCC regularly hosts USGA qualifiers and is home to Colorado State University’s Ram Masters Invitational every fall. The Club has recently commissioned Fry/Straka Global Golf Design for the development of a golf course Master Plan. Improvements on the horizon include, but are not limited to, a new irrigation system, bunker renovation, greens and tee reconstruction, a putting course and possibly a new par 3 course. There are exciting times ahead for the Fort Collins Country Club and its agronomy team! The Irrigation Technician will report directly to the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent and the Golf Course Superintendent. The primary responsibility for this position is the operation and maintenance of the golf course irrigation system. This person will be looking to further their career in the golf business and must have a strong work ethic and positive attitude with the ability to problem solve on the fly. Essential duties include but are not limited to: • Maintains golf course irrigation system’s pipes (PVC and poly), heads, satellites, and valves. • Troubleshoot electrical/mechanical problems involving sprinkler heads, electric valves, and satellites. • Keeps inventory of all irrigation parts, fittings, supplies, and tools. • Maintains clean and organized workspace, cart, and parts room. • Assists AGCS with programming and operation of central irrigation computer system. • Conducts winterization and startup of irrigation system. • Hand watering hot spot during summer months. • Assists AGCS with pump maintenance and record keeping. • Leads additional irrigation installation and drainage projects. • Applies preventive maintenance programs to maximize irrigation efficiency. • Communicates with AGCS and GCS with irregularities in turf qualities. • Assists in daily operation of golf course equipment and all necessary maintenance tasks.
- $19 to $25 per hour
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By MD Plant Health, - West Palm Beach, Florida
MD Plant Health Account Manager SE Florida MD Plant Health is a family owned and operated turf distributor in Florida focusing on accessories, fertilizers and chemicals. We are looking to fill an account manager position in Southeast Florida focusing on Stuart, Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale and Miami. This position will be responsible for developing key relationships in the golf/sports turf industry and selling high value products from the MD Plant Health portfolio. We’re looking for motivated individuals with a passion for the turf industry. Product Lines: - Tacit Golf - Foliar Pak - Precision Labs - Ocean Glas (Algae Green) - Quali Pro - Rightline - Mirimichi Green - Turf Care Supply - Bio Basics - Healthy Grow Account Manager Functions: - Knowledge of assigned market in order identify sales opportunities. - Organize a sales route to maximize your time. - Conduct sales presentations to end users on site. - Responsible for new business development. - Cold calling to onboard new customers. - Understand customer demands and how to meet these demands while generating revenue. - Travel as needed for sales and association meetings.
- $60,000 to $200,000 per year
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By Scarsdale Golf Club, - Hartsdale, New York
Scarsdale Golf Club is a private country club located in Westchester County, New York. Established in 1898, SGC offers an 18 hole A.W. Tillinghast golf course, practice facilities, tennis/paddle facilities including a new seasonal tennis enclosure, bowling lanes, pool facility and fitness center. The Assistant Superintendent will work closely with the Superintendent and other Assistants in all aspects of golf course management. The candidate should have a passion for the industry and a willingness to learn all aspects of the country club business as part of a management team that strives to produce an exceptional member experience on a daily basis. The club has invested in several major capital improvement projects in recent years, including a new state of the art maintenance facility and a new Toro irrigation system that will be completed in spring 2024. Many more golf course improvement projects are planned for the coming years. Several former SGC Assistants have successfully moved on to Superintendent positions in the Met area after their time at the club. Create a Job Alert for Similar Jobs
- $65,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Navesink Country Club, - updated December 28, 2023 - Red Bank, New Jersey
Navesink Country Club is a four season, family oriented private golf course and country club located on the banks of the Navesink River in Monmouth County on the New Jersey Atlantic shore. The 18-hole golf course was established in 1963, originally designed by Hal Purdy with a recent completion of a long-range master plan by Forse Design. Navesink Country Club is seeking highly motivated, team-oriented individuals for this season’s Turfgrass Internships. Students will participate in a diverse range of activities involved in daily golf course maintenance. Interns will learn: • Water management practices. • Calibration and application of fertilizers and turf specific chemicals. • Irrigation repair and troubleshooting. • Golf Course set-up. • Record keeping. • Crew Management. Interns should be: • Enrolled in or recently graduated from a 2 or 4 year turfgrass or related program. • Self-starter mentality with positive attitude. • Ability to work well with others. • Knowledge of Spanish or willingness to learn. • Dedication and commitment to the turf maintenance industry. • Desire to improve multi-tasking and problem solving skills.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Augusta Country Club, - updated December 28, 2023 - Augusta, Georgia
Internship 2024 Augusta Country Club Augusta, Georgia This internship will be an excellent opportunity to be exposed to new USGA specification putting greens, Tif-Eagle putting green management program, Zoysia grass management, and daily golf course maintenance. Interns will work closely with the management team on (but not limited to) chemical applications, irrigation R&M, and seasonal Zoysia/Bermudagrass cultural practices. Previous interns have moved on into either entry level assistant positions or technician roles. Currently on staff we have a former intern that we have promoted from within. Below are what a few former interns have had to say about their internship experience at Augusta Country Club. “I feel like I definitely grew both professionally and personally while an intern at Augusta Country Club. Upper management are very cognizant of agronomy and also your potential to grow. Great team atmosphere and a great place to build lasting relationships.” -current Assistant Golf Course Superintendent “I absolutely loved my time at Augusta Country Club. It was full of great experiences in the field alongside a great crew and managers.” -current Senior in Turfgrass Management “My internship was an incredible opportunity to experience maintenance at a high level. I got involved with the day-to-day operations and was able to learn a lot during my time. The culture that they have created gives you the best opportunity to succeed.” -current Senior in Turfgrass Management “My internship experience at Augusta Country Club provided me with a great learning experience. From the basics of walk mowing, changing cups, irrigation repairs, spraying pesticides/fertilizers, and many other cultural practices. The management staff gave me the tools during my internship to further develop my professional career.” -current 2nd Assistant at Augusta Country Club. Augusta Country Club in Augusta, Georgia was founded in 1899. ACC is an 18-hole private club originally designed by Donald Ross. Over the last 20+ years, the club has put a lot of time and focus into the golf course with renovations happening in 2001, 2017, and recently in 2022. In 2001, the club converted putting greens from Penncross to A-1 bentgrass. More recently in 2017, the club converted fairways/tees from 419 bermuda grass to Zorro zoysia grass along with a new HDPE irrigation system and Better Billy Bunkers. In 2022, the golf course was closed for putting green reconstruction and conversation to Tif-Eagle bermuda grass. Along with the putting greens, extensive tree work, green side bunker construction, and green surround sand capping were completed as well. Please send cover letters, resumes, and references to: Dillon Scheer Golf Course Superintendent Augusta Country Club Augusta, Georgia firstname.lastname@example.org (316)-619-7916
- $16 to $17 per hour
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By Mira Vista Country Club, - Fort Worth, Texas
The Equipment Technician is responsible for performing preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and performance of equipment. Technicians contribute to the overall upkeep of mechanical and electrical equipment such as motors, compressors, and circuits. Under limited supervision, technicians often partner with the Golf Course Superintendent to communicate issues and help budget for upcoming expenses to the course. Maintain operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements on engines, motors, and tools following operations manuals and manufacturer’s instructions Maintain equipment, parts and supply inventories by checking stock inventories, anticipating needed equipment, parts and supplies, placing and expediting orders, and verifying receipt Provide information and training on proper use and maintenance of equipment by communicating with co-workers Oversee shop area maintenance by ensuring that shop remains clean and orderly and that tools are kept clean and in proper working condition Ensure operational success by obtaining event information from all departments to meet special maintenance requirements and requests Resolve escalated maintenance issues Train, direct, and evaluate the work of other Maintenance Mechanics as directed Order equipment and supplies as needed and approved by management Maintain good working relationships with vendors and vendor mechanics Perform fabrications when routine problem solving has not proven effective Ensure warranty requirements are processed Maintain familiarity with all safety programs Implement and support all American Golf initiatives and programs as requested by management Other duties may be assigned by management. Days and hours of work vary by schedule and business needs. Evening, weekend, and holiday may be work will be required. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to stand for long periods of time, to walk, read, hear, talk, balance, climb, use hands, use fingers, reach, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, smell, taste, push or pull. The employee may be required to lift and carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required for this position include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, color vision and the ability to adjust focus.
- $19 to $22 per hour
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By Olympic Club, - updated December 26, 2023 - San Francisco, California
The Olympic Club is accepting applications for an Assistant Superintendent for our Lakeside Clubhouse property! The Olympic Club was established in 1860 as a premier private member athletic and country club with two campuses in San Francisco, the City Clubhouse, and the Lakeside Clubhouse. Overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean, the Lakeside Clubhouse is home to two championship golf courses and one executive course. The Olympic Club has been hosted five U.S. Men’s Open Championships: 1955, 1966, 1987, 1998 and 2012, three U.S. Amateur Championships: 1958, 1981 and 2007, the 2004 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, the inaugural 2015 USGA Four Ball Championship and the 2021 U.S. Women’s Open Championship. The Assistant Superintendent position involves all facets of golf course management with an emphasis on irrigation, fertilizer/pesticide, and employee management under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendents. Supervises: Greenkeepers and Groundkeepers. Exciting Updates: • Awarded the 2025 U.S. Amateur, 2028 PGA Championship, 2030 U.S. Woman’s Amateur, and 2033 Ryder Cup • New Golf Maintenance facility – 27,000 square foot state-of-the art facility • John Deere equipment fleet on rotating 4-year lease • Hired renowned golf course architect Jim Urbina, to complete a 27-hole Master Plan • Gil Hanse renovation of Lake Course greens, bunkers, tees, and new Rain Bird Irrigation that opened in September 2023.
- $80,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Emerald Lake Golf Club, - updated December 26, 2023 - Matthews, North Carolina
Emerald Lake Golf Club is actively seeking a Golf Course Mechanic/Equipment Manager. Emerald Lake Golf Club is a public 18-Hole Facility located in Matthews, North Carolina minutes from uptown Charlotte. As an Equipment Manager you will be working directly under the golf course superintendent and assistant superintendent, assisting with day-to-day maintenance and repair of all golf course related equipment. Job Duties include: -Design and implement of a preventative maintenance plan for all equipment. -Repairs on all equipment and vehicles not operating as designed. -Proper sharpening and adjustments to all mowing equipment to ensure the best cut possible. -Ordering and stocking inventory of all parts and accessories. -Accurate and timely record keeping for all equipment. -Off season grinding, rebuilding, and repairing of equipment in preparation for growing season. -Training staff on proper operation, maintenance, and safe operation of equipment. -Work closely with Golf Course Superintendent and Assistants on current equipment condition to establish repair and replacement needs for budgeting purposes. -Fill in as needed to perform maintenance or mowing tasks on the golf course during periods of short staff.
- $20 to $30 per hour
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By Minnesota Valley Country Club, - updated December 26, 2023 - Bloomington, Minnesota
Minnesota Valley Country Club is an 18-hole private golf club located in Bloomington, Minnesota. Minnesota Valley Country Club was opened in 1924 and originally designed by Seth Raynor. The golf course has most recently completed Phase II of our Golf Course Master Plan, which has been led by architect Bill Bergin. Minnesota Valley Country Club is one of the state’s premier golf facilities and is currently ranked in the Top 20 golf courses in Minnesota and will be hosting the Men’s Minnesota State Amateur in 2024. The Assistant Superintendent will support and report directly to the Superintendent to oversee and manage the daily operations of the agronomy department. The Assistant Superintendent plays a key role in ensuring the golf course and related grounds meet the highest standards and quality of presentation. This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic and a passion for golf course management. Join our team at Minnesota Valley Country Club and contribute to the success of our prestigious golf course. We offer a competitive salary, benefits package, and opportunities for career growth. Position Overview: Assist with the daily planning and execution of golf course set-up Irrigation management of poa/bent greens, and bentgrass tees and fairways Chemical and fertilizer management Train, motivate, and lead a seasonal staff of 30+ Lead and manage small projects Maintain detail records of cultural practices Collaborate with the Superintendent to assess golf course conditions
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Country Club of the Rockies, - updated December 23, 2023 - Edwards, Colorado
Country Club of the Rockies is located in the High Rockies of Colorado. We are a private, Jack Nicklaus, signature course that is consistently ranked as one of the best private clubs in the western United States. All of our assistants in training will receive a well rounded education where they will be an integral part of sprayer operation, irrigation repair and maintenance, daily scheduling of staff, and irrigation programming, all while working alongside the superintendent and assistant superintendents. You will learn from industry leaders that have decades of experience in daily operation of some of the finest clubs in America. You are an integral part of the crew and will help us produce an excellent product. Please note that this position is May through October, and we provide free housing during this period.
- $23 to $26 per hour
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By Cape Girardeau Country Club, - Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Cape Girardeau Country Club Golf Course Superintendent Cape Girardeau Country Club in Cape Girardeau, Missouri was founded in 1921 and just celebrated their centennial anniversary. We are seeking an experienced Golf Course Superintendent with the following skills and capabilities: Current Missouri Pesticide Application License required (or ability to quickly acquire Missouri license). Supervises and participates in applying all chemicals and maintains accurate records of all applications. Thorough knowledge of agronomy, course maintenance and set-up, chemical application, appropriate water management, and proven experience in managing a 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 in 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 to commensurate with experience. $70,000.00 - $75,000.00 range. Job type: Full-time Send cover letter, resume and references to: Cape Girardeau Country Club Bridget Riley Gilbert, GM 250 Country Club Drive Cape Girardeau, MO. 63701 email@example.com
- $70,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Polo Golf and Country Club, - updated December 22, 2023 - Cumming, Georgia
Seeking a motivated individual with a passion for golf course maintenance. Polo Golf and CC is an 18-hole private club located in Cumming, GA. Established in 1986, Polo Golf and CC lies within the Cheatam Creek greenway. The course features bentgrass greens with 419 bermuda tees, fairways and roughs. Water comes into play on ten holes. Assistant will work closely with Superintendent, equipment technician and crew on a daily basis.
- $60,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Atlanta Country Club, - updated December 21, 2023 - Marietta, Georgia
About Us: Atlanta Country Club is a prestigious private golf club nestled in Marietta, Georgia, offering a world-class golfing experience on our stunning recently renovated 18-hole course. Our rich history dates back to 1964, and we take pride in maintaining a tradition of excellence. We are committed to providing our members and guests with exceptional service and golfing facilities. Job Description: We are seeking a motivated and dedicated Turfgrass Assistant-In-Training to join our grounds crew team. As an AIT at Atlanta Country Club, you will have the unique opportunity to work on several new features and technologies highlighted by a state-of-the-art hydronic heating and cooling systems for our greens. You will be an essential part of our team, contributing to the maintenance and improvement of our course while gaining valuable hands-on experience in the field. We have openings for the winter/spring of 2024. This is a great opportunity for recent graduates and those who are currently completing an online turfgrass degree. We have immediate housing available in a fully furnished apartment within 2 miles of the golf course. Responsibilities: Participate in day-to-day scheduling of grounds maintenance activities. Assist in hand watering and overall water management to ensure optimal course conditions. Learn and assist in chemical and fertilizer planning and application procedures. Contribute to cultural practices that enhance the quality of our course. Receive training with our Equipment Manager in our well-equipped maintenance shop. Support the establishment and care of our newly renovated greens, ensuring they meet the highest standards. Assist in club tournament preparation and execution, contributing to the success of our events. Engage in industry networking opportunities to expand your professional connections. Have the chance to volunteer and network during special golf events hosted at our club. Opportunity to Learn About Hydronics: AITs will have the unique opportunity to learn more about hydronics and how to run the system. Learn and assist in using GPS units to plot coordinates and map underground points of interest. (This can help boost a resume for future employment experience) Contribute to golf course data collection (underground moisture sensors, firmness readings, stimp measurements, etc) Major Renovation Details (Beau Welling 2023): Complete Renovation on: Tees, Fairways, and Greens. Complete Bunker Redesign and Rebuild. Complete Irrigation system replacement to HDPE piping and Toro 2-wire technology. Design changes on select golf holes with a new short-game and practice area. XGD Drainage installed under fairways for improved course drainage. Cutting-edge hydronics system installed under greens. Hydronics System Explanation: Hydronics refers to a specialized heating and cooling system that utilizes water as a heat-transfer medium. In the context of Atlanta Country Club, this innovative hydronics system is installed beneath the greens of the golf course. The system's primary function is to manage and control the temperature of the greens, creating optimal conditions for turfgrass growth. How It Works: Transfer Medium: The system uses water as a medium for radiant heating or cooling of the rootzone. This water circulates beneath the greens, helping regulate the temperature of the turfgrass. Temperature Control: The hydronics system allows precise control over the temperature of the greens. This is particularly crucial in climates where extreme temperatures can impact the health and quality of the turf. Optimal Growing Conditions: By maintaining an ideal temperature, the hydronics system contributes to creating optimal growing conditions for the turfgrass. This is essential for ensuring the high quality and playability of the golf course. Cutting-Edge Technology: Atlanta Country Club takes pride in being at the forefront of golf course maintenance technology. The implementation of a hydronics system under the greens demonstrates a commitment to providing not only a world-class golfing experience but also a course that incorporates the latest advancements in turf management. Exclusive Status: As stated in the text, Atlanta Country Club is positioned as one of the few courses in the world with such an advanced hydronics system. This exclusivity adds to the prestige of the golf course, showcasing a dedication to innovation and excellence in maintaining course conditions. The installation of this cutting-edge system underscores Atlanta Country Club's commitment to staying ahead in the industry, providing an unparalleled experience for both members and guests. The opportunity for AITs to learn about and work with this unique technology adds a distinctive aspect to their training, setting them apart in the field of golf course maintenance. Job Benefits: Competitive compensation: $18.00 per hour with overtime opportunities. Fully furnished apartment housing. Meals provided during working hours. Golf shop discounts and golfing privileges for personal enjoyment. Uniforms provided to maintain a professional appearance. Opportunity to volunteer at a professional golf tournament, gaining exposure to the highest level of the sport. Exposure of budgeting and communications with greens committee. Opportunities to attend local industry seminars. Date Job is Available: December 8, 2023 Qualifications: Enthusiasm for the golf course maintenance industry. Willingness to learn and work effectively in a team-oriented environment. Strong work ethic and attention to detail. Basic knowledge of turfgrass management practices is a plus. Completed 2 or 4 year Turf Degree or similar or currently enrolled (scholarship opportunities available).
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By Pequabuck Golf Club of Bristol, - Pequabuck, Connecticut
Club Information: Semi-private 18 hole golf club built in 1902 and redesigned by Geoffrey Cornish in 1958. In 2018 Pequabuck was voted the #13th most improved golf course in the United States according to Golf Advisor. In 2019 it was community rated as the Golfers’ Choice Best of Connecticut. Pequabuck Golf Club is a fifty-two acre facility, with combination of poa and bent tees, greens, and fairways; Toro LTC irrigation system encompassing all 18 holes. Education Requirements: Associates, Bachelors, or certificate in Turf, Plant, or Soil Science preferred. Experience: Minimum experience as an Assistant Superintendent preferred; CT pesticide license required. Job Overview: Pequabuck Golf Club is seeking a motivated individual who strives to create a respectful, enthusiastic and positive work environment. This person should have the ability to have open communication with club personnel, guests, members, and greens chairmen. Job Responsibilities: include but are not limited to; turfgrass/plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, personnel management, budget/forecasting, financial management, member relations, scheduling/maintenance of irrigation systems, pesticide applications and related recordings/compliance of regulatory issues, equipment management, some mechanical experience. Benefits: PTO, Simple 401K matching, paid association dues/conference participation, disability insurance, Golf privileges. Salary: $70k-$90K Please send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- $70,000 to $90,000 per year
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By Talbot Country Club, - Easton, Maryland
Join our team as an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent and experience the beauty and warm hospitality of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Talbot Country Club in Easton, Maryland is looking for an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. A highly-qualified individual will possess recognized leadership, management experience, and a passion for the golf business. Talbot Country Club, established in 1910, is Maryland’s 4th oldest country club. Located on the scenic Eastern Shore of Maryland, Talbot Country Club is a full-service country club featuring a championship 18-hole golf course with Bermuda rough, fairways, and tees, poa/bent greens and a large practice facility. The Club also features a swimming pool, dock, and tennis courts. Talbot Country Club is a family-oriented club with a rich history in the community. Talbot County offers the perfect balance of rural simplicity and urban refinement. Home to sophisticated small towns, waterman’s villages and more than 600 miles of Chesapeake Bay waterfront, it’s the treasure of Maryland's Eastern Shore. The area is an outdoorsman’s paradise with easy access to hunting, fishing, sailing, boating and hiking. Talbot County is great for families and boasts a great public school system and private school options in addition to variety of arts and athletic youth opportunities. Easton is just an hour from the Maryland and Delaware Beaches and is one hour from Washington D.C. and Baltimore, and two hours from Philadelphia.
- $55,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Lakeside Country Club, - Houston, Texas
Lakeside Country Club located in Houston, Texas is seeking a Assistant Superintendent to assist in a complete transformation with architect Jay Blasi. With the new design, the rerouting of a new layout, and the creation of a new 5-hole short course, the goal of Lakeside is to be best in class in the Houston area and in the state of Texas. The newly constructed course is set to reopen in November. ABOUT LAKESIDE COUNTRY CLUB: Lakeside Country Club was founded in 1951 as a Private Country Club, and we currently have approximately 1000 members. Club acreage is approximately 209 acres and we offer the following amenities: an 18-hole golf course, 12 Har-Tru tennis courts, a fitness center, swimming pools, and a 90,000-square-foot clubhouse. Club Mission statement: To provide an environment where employees are treated with dignity and respect, to inspire a passion for service, and to encourage professional development that will enable employees to create value and make a difference. Club highlights: Maintenance budget: $3 million Capital budget: 2024 Capital: $700,000. 2025 Capital: 1.5 million (new shop renovation) Staff size - 25+ Full Time on Golf Course Maintenance Team. POSITION OVERVIEW: The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Director of Golf Course Maintenance (DGC). Under the DGC’s supervision, the Assistant Golf Course 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 Golf Course Superintendent may serve in the DGC’s capacity during his/her absence. Opportunity for full construction and golf course growth in experience. Opportunities to manage small teams with different construction processes, including: Putting green drainage and green mix installation Tee drainage and sand cap installation Green surround drainage and sand cap installation 2” Fairway seepage drainage installation Bunker construction, including 4” pipe and Bunker Solutions liner installation RainBird 2-wire system installation and operation, including Rain Bird CirrusPRO HDPE pipe installation SUCCESS TRAITS OF INDIVIDUAL: Professionalism, punctuality, dependability. Considerate, friendly, an exceptional ability to work within a team environment. Excellent communication skills are a must. Positive attitude and desire to be a part of close-knit club community including long tenured staff members ranging from 10-40 years of experience. Dedicated to advancing within the industry, and eager to gain experience in all facets of golf course maintenance and construction. INITIAL PRIORITIES OF POSITION: Assist in the golf course construction and growth to help Lakeside Country Club achieve world-class playing conditions on a daily basis. Assists in planning and supervising the agronomic inputs and maintenance of greens, tees, and fairways; schedules work and supervises the employees and the use of the equipment. Leads instruction to equipment operators on the operation and care of mowing and other equipment; supervises pesticide applications and/or operates and calibrates pesticide application equipment; supervises and participates in the operation and maintenance of pumps, and in the maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems. Leads in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety, personnel discipline and may also modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES, SKILLS, APTITUDE AND OTHER TRAITS: Agronomic Must be able to develop and implement basic agronomic programs using primary and secondary cultural practices with regard to drainage, soil structure, irrigation, fertility, pest control, height of cut and traffic wear. 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. 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. Leadership Humble, trustworthy, strong character, and impeccable integrity. Demonstrates creativity, flexibility, and 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. Equipment Management Communicate any needs or problems relating to the maintenance or repair of equipment with the Equipment Manager. Prioritizes equipment repair and maintenance work with the Equipment Manager. Keeps maintenance equipment fueled and inspected; and performs related tasks as required. Irrigation/Water Management Daily inspection of the pump house to ensure proper operation. Monthly recording of water use. Inventory and ordering of all irrigation associated parts and products. Programming and operation of the Rain Bird Modular 2-Wire Decoder control system. Scheduling and organization of annual preventative maintenance to pumping station. Routine inspection and upkeep of pump station water filter. Manage Buffalo Bayou wells and submit monthly groundwater withdrawal reports. Assists the DGC in the maintenance of and associated work of the practice facilities, event lawn, salt water bodies, fresh water bodies, irrigation lake, storm water pumping systems, comfort stations, wash pads and all other associated golf course building. Chemical and Fertility Performs routine safety inspections on all spraying and fertilizer equipment. Maintains chemical and fertilizer storage and mixing/filling areas in compliance with county, state, and federal regulations and is responsible for the safety and direction of chemical/fertilizer handlers and/or helpers. Responsible for properly mixing and applying herbicides, fungicides, or insecticides to associated turf grasses, trees, and shrubs. Manages all spray and fertilizer applications on a daily to weekly basis and reports to the DGC. Equipment Operation & Care Strong understanding of golf course equipment from mowers, skid-loaders, aerifiers, sprayers, and small equipment. Ensures that the equipment cooling system is working at all times; refills fuel and oil daily; cleans equipment daily, and reports equipment problems or failures to the DGC and Equipment Manager. Provides basic preventative maintenance on equipment as directed by the DGC and for returning equipment to the designated location at the maintenance facility. Responsible for training and safety Administrative/Communication Payroll information (including regular and overtime hours, sick time, vacation time, etc.) for the entire golf course maintenance staff. Manages yearly agronomic calendar for chemical and fertilizer applications. Tracks and manages all hours for staff employees to maximize overtime potential. Communicate with all different types of vendors to complete cost comparison sheets for bidding. Communicates with the golf shop daily. This includes closures, frost delays, cover deployment and any range maintenance that needs to be completed. Manages all contracted services accounts. This includes Dryject services, summer maintenance projects, soil sampling and any other work being completed on the golf course. Evaluates and completes all departmental employee annual reviews including 90-day reviews and the associated work in cooperation with the club’s Human Resources Department. Leads all safety training delivered to the departmental employees required by the club. Manages all on-the-job injuries in cooperation with the club’s Human Resources Department. Handles hiring and firing duties. Manages all SDS files. Manages the dispatching of employees for daily tasks, posting assignments, tracking workflow and recording hourly employees’ in/out, etc. Leads and assists the DGC with the preparation of the operational and capital budgets. Produces monthly budget variance reports. Maintains records and files for the golf course maintenance operation. PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Requires a minimum of two years of turfgrass experience as an intern or post-graduate. Requires working knowledge of the maintenance of golf course tees, fairways, and greens; the seeding and maintenance practices for golf course turf; the planting, cultivation, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs, and trees; the characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers and soil conditioners; herbicides and pest control methods and materials; drainage control methods; and irrigation system, including wells, pumps, and automatic controls. Requires valid driver’s license. Requires current state certification or licensing as a pesticide applicator. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: Salary - $60,000-$75,000+ dependent on experience Health, Dental, Vision, and Voluntary Life Insurance are available. Family coverage is available. Insurance plans are available on the first of the month following employment. Life Insurance Short-Term and Long-Term Disability- Provided for you after one year of employment. 401k Plan- Eligible to participate after one year of employment. The club provides 3% contribution to all eligible employees. Employees are 100% vested as soon as they become eligible. Meals- Employee meals are provided. Golfing privileges, uniforms provided, association dues paid to GCSAA and state/local chapter, regional and national educational/seminar travel expenses, relocation assistance. Vacation: 2 weeks paid vacation for the first two years and increase as per Club Policy thereafter. The first year of vacation will be split into one week upon hire and one week after the completion of six months of employment. Sick Pay: The club shall provide 1 week after one year of service and two weeks per year thereafter. Expected work schedule: During construction until the management team grows: 55 hours if not working the weekend. 75-80 hours if working the weekend. Managers will split every other weekend. Once the golf course opens the hours will be 50-70 hours depending on if the individual is working the weekend or not.
- $60,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Round Hill Club, - Greenwich, Connecticut
Round Hill Club (RHC) established in 1924 the club is about to embark on its Centennial year. Round Hill is a premier, private country club located in the prominent town of Greenwich, Connecticut. It is recognized as one of the most prestigious private clubs in the Northeast and has approximately 650 members of varying member classifications. The highly-rated course was designed by Walter Travis and opened in 1924. The course infrastructure includes USGA A-4 Bentgrass greens, a state-of-the-art Rain Bird irrigation system, new pump house with fertigation and bunkers with Better Billy Bunker liners. The bunkers and green compounds were recently restored to their original design. Upcoming projects include fairway expansions, significant tree work, and extensive fairway drainage enhancements. The club recently hired Andrew Green as its golf course architect and is excited to get started on these capital projects. There is also a new 3,700 square foot environmental center which was constructed during the 2023 golf season. This facility has space for the safe storage, handling and mixing of all pesticides and fertilizers. Included is also a full carbtrol washdown station with covered fuel and mixing areas. Our Membership demands championship playing conditions on a daily basis and provides an extremely substantial budget to achieve those championship conditions consistently throughout the season. The position is designed to quickly furnish the Assistant Superintendent with all the necessary tools to advance in the industry with the goal of gaining a Superintendent position at a highly regarded facility. The position not only focuses on the day-to-day maintenance and execution of in-house projects, but also provides the opportunity to experience the wide variety of administrative and management responsibilities including but not limited to, weekly payroll, CT record keeping and annual submissions for pesticide and water usage, reviews, invoicing and much more. Assistants are encouraged to attend a variety of professional events such as Met GCSAA meetings and also attend all Greens Committee meetings/activities. In season the Assistant Superintendents are directly responsible for the management of up to 25 team members. The Round Hill Club employs a loyal, professional and highly accomplished management team and wishes to complement the excellent group already in place. The working environment of the organization is one of extraordinary professionalism and respect, the Round Hill Club prides itself on the close and positive relationships it maintains with the team members in all other departments. Greenwich is a very upscale town of 64,000 residents and is only a 40 minute train ride to NYC.
- $80,000 to $90,000 per year
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By Firestone Country Club, - Akron, Ohio
1st Assistant Superintendent at Firestone Country Club We are Invited. At Invited, work feels like play as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. Invited reflects our proud history of inclusiveness and captures our welcoming spirit. Our unprecedented collection of more than 200 golf and country, city, and stadium clubs share a common goal- building relationships and enriching lives. The time has come to build on our traditions and write new chapters. We welcome you to join us. Invited. Where You Belong. Job Summary: The First Assistant Superintendent is responsible for golf course maintenance operations and staff under the leadership of the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure the healthy growth of the golf course and clubhouse grounds, grasses, trees, wetlands, and other plant materials. The duties include assessing and providing guidance and expertise to maintain rigorous industry and environmental standards in turf quality, including the use of specialized knowledge in various fields of agronomy and horticulture. Day-to-Day: Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications Daily water management of Practices Greens, Tees, and Fairways Daily turf evaluation for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc. Ensure all company policies, standards of operations, manuals, standards of conduct, safety rules, and policies against harassment are strictly followed by all staff and members/guests (including prompt intervention, investigation, and documentation) Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension, or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems, or violations of company policies; coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet the staffing needs of Golf Operations and, as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide a superior level of member services Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management
- $50,000 to $56,000 per year
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By Southern Gayles Golf Club, - Athens, Alabama
Southern Gayles Golf Club is looking for a full time Turf Equipment Technician to maintain and repair golf course equipment and tractors. Responsibilities: This individual will be responsible for all equipment maintenance and repairs of golf course equipment. Responsible for making repairs on a variety of gasoline, diesel, and electric-powered equipment. Place orders for part and supplies needed for equipment or service within budget. The golf course mechanic properly communicates any needs or problems relating to the maintenance or repair of equipment with the Superintendent and General Manager. The golf course equipment technician places safety as a top priority and is responsible for maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building. Additional Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Superintendent, sharpen and grind reels and blades, perform preventative maintenance and repairs to equipment to keep it working in optimum condition. Responsible for daily setup and adjustment of all mowing equipment. Maintain maintenance building in an organized fashion, cleaning working areas after repairs are completed. Ability and willingness to participate in ongoing project work and other tasks assigned by the Equipment Manager. Southern Gayles Golf Club & Grill Southern Gayles GC is located in one of the fastest growing areas of Athens, AL. We are a privately owned 18 hole golf course, driving range and bar/grill. The course was purchased by us 2 years ago and has undergone substantial changes in agronomy practices as well as renovations. We are currently underway with the development of a total of around 350 houses around the golf course boundary areas. The idea is to build a golf community for all in the Limestone County and surroundings to enjoy. Educational Requirements High School diploma. Experience Requirements Valid current driver's license. 2-3 years of mechanic’s experience preferred. Knowledge of golf course equipment and golf course maintenance practices preferred. Basic set of mechanic tools preferred. Special Requirements Be responsible, dependable and punctual. Have strong communication skills. Other Benefits: Paid Time Off after 90 days of employment. Health and dental insurance are available after 90 days of employment. Date Job is Available ASAP Salary $25 per hour for a trial period. Open to further discussion after that. Overtime: Yes
- $25 to $28 per hour
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