- 63Golf Course Superintendent
- 3Superintendent/General Manager
- 181Assistant Superintendent
- 312nd Assistant Superintendent
- 3Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 40Equipment/Shop Manager
- 37Turf Equipment Technician
- 9Assistant Equipment Technician
- 19Spray/Applications Technician
- 15Irrigation Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 4Sports Turf Manager
- 2Sports Turf Technician
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Crew Foreman
- 2Equipment Operator
- 14Grounds Staff
- 57Seasonal Intern
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 14Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Operations Manager
- 2Branch Manager
- 2Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Executive Director
By GreatLIFE Golf, - Mt Dora, Florida
GreatLIFE Golf is one of the largest Golf Course Ownership / Management Companies in the country with over 50 golf courses in multiple states. If you’re looking for a fun and casual career in sports and entertainment, this may be the position for you! Feel free to check out our website for more information about who we are as a company and what services we offer to evaluate if your values match ours! The Country Club of Mount Dora is seeking a full time, salaried Golf Course Superintendent to join our team. This position will come with a full benefits package to include Medical, Dental and Vision coverage as well as generous Paid Time Off policy and Holiday Pay. Please see a general job description below and should you feel your knowledge, education and experience could be a match, apply today! Salary: $75,000 to $85,000 Annually Job Description: Manages and maintains all aspects of agronomy for the golf course, property, and club house grounds. Duties & Responsibilities: Develop, implement and manage BMP’s for the golf course, property and club houses grounds. Responsible for building annual agronomic budget. Develop a sound 12-month agronomic plan, labor plan, and operational budget. Demonstrate proactive and effective communication skills. Written and Oral. Develop and maintain long-range equipment replacement and infrastructure improvement plan. Implement and enforces comprehensive safety program for employees, members and guests on course in compliance with local, state, and federal laws. Ensure that chemicals, fertilizers, and other control products are used, stored, and disposed of in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. Ensure proper record keeping of all chemical and fertilizer applications. Recruit, hire, train, and manage a strong property maintenance team. Ensure team is cross-trained in all facets of operation. Develop and implement staff development programs. Effectively communicate and work with other department heads on scheduled events, maintenance plans, and current conditions of golf course. Ensure equipment is maintained in good working condition, proactive with preventative maintenance, and ensure maintenance logs are kept organized and up to date. Ensure irrigation system is maintained in good working condition, leaks are repaired in a timely manner, and irrigation sprinklers are kept level. Demonstrate the ability to meet deadlines, present strong administrative skills with submissions of invoices and inventory counts in timely manner, and present strong record keeping, organizational skills. Attend turf conferences, equipment shows, workshops, and other educational programs to maintain a current knowledge of technical and turf innovations, and changes that could affect the department’s operations. Develop, implement, and ensure all golf course construction projects completed on time and within budget. Degree/Licenses: Bachelor’s degree (BS),Associates degree (AA) or equivalent form a four or two year college or technical school; or three to four years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination and experience. Degree preference in agronomy/horticulture/plant/soil science. Physical Demands/Working Environment: The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Regularly required to have full range of mobility in upper and lower body; be able to reach overhead; be able to work in various positions, including stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling and squatting for extended periods of time; be able to lift, pull and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks and is frequently able to lift 50 pounds of weight through the work day and occasionally lifts up to 100 pounds. Employee is regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. Work extended hours during golf season. Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee of this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Please Note: The chosen candidate will be required to successfully complete a comprehensive Background Check as a condition of employment.
- $75,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Belle Haven Country Club, - Alexandria, Virginia
Belle Haven Country Club, a private club established in 1924, is seeking an eager and ambitious Assistant Superintendent to add to their golf course maintenance staff. Situated in Alexandria, Virginia, a mere 10 miles from Washington D.C, the club is home to an 18-hole golf course that provides breathtaking views of the Potomac River. The golf course underwent a complete renovation in 2002, led by architect Art Hills, and features a playing surface of creeping bentgrass and greens that adhere to USGA specifications with A-4 creeping bentgrass. Club highlights: Operating Budget: $2.6 Million + Annual rounds: 30,000 Irrigation System: Toro LTC Plus with Lynx operating system, Flowtronex pump station, 1,300 heads Staff size: 28 in season and 18 off season $1 Million Renovation of the Short Game Area beginning March 2024 POSITION OVERVIEW: The Assistant Superintendent at Belle Haven Country Club is responsible for assisting the Director of Golf Course & Club Grounds with the planning, scheduling, execution, and supervision of all golf course maintenance activities. These tasks encompass personnel management, fertilizer and pesticide application with a GPS sprayer, irrigation repair, water management, facility maintenance, and various in-house course improvements. SUCCESS TRAITS OF INDIVIDUAL: Strong written and oral communication skills. Self-motivated: Always looking for the next way to contribute and help the team. Optimistic and enthusiastic to tackle each day as it comes High attention to detail Team builder that develops sincere relationships with their teammates. Strong problem solver Enjoys achieving goals consistently with a commitment to professional growth and development. Basic computer skills INITIAL PRIORITIES OF POSITION: Help manage and lead the crew Assist with daily course setup Perform sprayer and spreader calibration and application of fertilizers and pesticides; responsibilities include the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers as well as the proper tank mixing as specified by the Director. Help to coordinate and manage the Short Game Area renovation beginning in March PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 2 or 4-year degree in turfgrass-related field, preferred 2+ years of golf course work experience Must be able to obtain VA Pesticide License within 3 months of employment Spanish speaking a plus COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: $75,000 - $85,000, DOE Medical, Dental, Vision insurance Life insurance Vacation Benefits: 80 hours after 1 full year of employment 401k with employer match $750 clothing allowance Cell phone reimbursement up to $75.00 per month Local and National associations dues
- $75,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Atlantic Golf Club, - Water Mill, New York
History Atlantic Golf Club is an Exclusive High-end Private Club located on the East End of Long Island. AGC is a 1990 Reese Jones design that has been changed over the years to become the present masterpiece that it is today. Atlantic is known for its firm and fast playing surfaces, high penalizing fescue and rustic looking bunkers. Atlantic Golf Club is a Championship Course and has played host to the 2010 U.S. Mid-Amateur. Atlantic Golf Club competes with the other top private clubs in the area and provides tournament conditions daily. Currently Major projects on the horizon include: Bunker renovation beginning Fall 2024 Complete tee complex renovation 2026 Improvements to maintenance facility are currently in progress Past projects include the completion of a state of the art driving range and practice facility, instillation of a new HDPE Rain Bird irrigation system in 2018 and new pump house and irrigation pond in 2019. The right candidate will play an integral role in the daily maintenance of the golf course and will work closely with the superintendent and other assistant superintendents. You will be involved with but not limited to: Crew management, hand watering, irrigation maintenance, fertilizer and chemical applications, project management along with anything else that is needed to maintain our high standard of playing conditions. This is a full time hourly position with housing. $23/ hour Below are a few videos that showcase Atlantic Golf Club
- $23 to $23 per hour
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By Country Club of New Canaan, - New Canaan, Connecticut
Country Club of New Canaan located in New Canaan, Connecticut is seeking an enthusiastic and career minded 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent to be entrusted with development and management of the golf course. The successful candidate desires to learn and grow within the industry, with the goal of becoming a Golf Course Superintendent in the future. To learn about our rich history dating back to 1893, please visit https://www.ccofnewcanaan.org Why Country Club of New Canaan? A family atmosphere that balances work and life. Expansive industry support network to grow your career within the golf, turf and the club industry Active membership and club community that will invest in our facilities and team members. The club is set to begin phase 2 of the master plan in the Fall of 2025, with the renovation of 18, driving range, short game area, and new practice green. Compensation & Benefits: $65,000-$75,000 dependent on experience On property housing 401K after a year with a club match Health and Dental Insurance Summer and Winter Uniforms Golfing Privileges Lunch and Dinner provided by the Club IRA plan with employer match Successful traits of candidate: Positive attitude demonstrates good listening, communication, organizational and management skills. Ability to multitask in a changing environment, changing priorities with attention to detail. Works independently in a “fast-paced” environment Great personality, energetic, problem solver at heart, and takes pride in good decision making Working as part of a team, interacting with people from other departments, and building rapport with members and guests. Initial Priorities of the Position: Learn culture and daily operations, so our team can provide the best playing conditions for the members on a daily basis. Hands on with fertilizer, pesticide applications, water management, course set up and daily maintenance. Develop rapport with team and direct report, so they can make an immediate impact on the 2024 season. Preferred Qualifications: A 2- or 4-year degree/certificate in agronomy horticulture / plant/ soil sciences is recommended but not required. Ability to obtain a Connecticut pesticide license within 90-days Experience in golf course management is not necessary but preferred at least 1-year in the turf/landscape industry. Knowledge of the game of golf and turf industry About Us: Located - 1 hour north of New York City and 2 hours and 45 minutes south of Boston. The original nine holes were laid out by Willie Park Jr. during his first visit to the United States in the summer of 1895. The work on the original four holes was performed by the club members and commenced in early June and by the 4th of July 1897 the four holes were ready for play. The full nine holes measuring 2,677 yards were open by 1900. The second nine was designed by Walter Travis in the early 1920s but were only partially completed when cost overages forced the club to abandon the project. The project was eventually completed in 1947 based largely on the original Travis design with additional holes designed by Alfred Tull after the club purchased additional land where holes 5, 14 and 15 are today. The club is recognized as one of the 100 oldest clubs in America. The club celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2018.
- $65,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Scientific Plant Service, - updated Thursday at 04:35 PM - Baltimore, Maryland
Lawncare & Landscape Technicians, IPM Shrub & Tree Specialists, Arborist/Tree Experts, Sports Turf & Aquatic ESTABLISHED PLANT HEALTHCARE COMPANY in Baltimore looking for NEW EMPLOYEES to join our team! If you like working outdoors and are looking to Start or Continue your CAREER with a premier, locally owned Plant Healthcare Company with a great work environment, we want to talk to you! TREE and SHRUB TECHNICIANS: Requires the ability to identify Trees, Shrubs, Insects and Diseases that may be present on them. Tech performs routine IPM Inspections, Spray Applications and Root/Trunk Injections. Full Time -- $60,000 per year plus Excellent Company Benefits. *** If you are already experienced and/or State Licensed, YOU WILL EARN MORE! *** LAWN CARE TECHNICIANS: Techs with 2-3 years of lawncare application experience applying Fertilizers and Pesticides to Residential and Commercial properties. Additional job duties may require operating tractors and providing snow removal services during the winter. Full Time -- $55,000 per year plus Benefits. *** If you are already State licensed, YOU WILL EARN MORE! *** GENERAL LANDSCAPE TECHNICIANS: Entry level position for those with little or no previous landscaping maintenance experience looking to start a rewarding long term career. Paid Training Provided. Full time -- Starting at $18.00 per hour ALL POSITIONS come with Company Paid HEALTHCARE, 401K, BONUS, TIPS, PAID HOLIDAYS, PAID WEEK OFF BETWEEN CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS, START WITH 2 WEEKS PAID VACATION. **VALID DRIVERS LICENSE IS REQUIRED FOR ALL POSITIONS. MUST have dependable transportation with ability to commute daily to our office located near the Mt. Washington/Roland Park area (21209). Please call us at 1-410-321-0970 and ask for Gary if you are interested. Send us an email with a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Apply on our website: www.SPSonline.com/careers. We look forward to hearing from you!
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By Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, - Ocala, Florida
Groundskeeper’s Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club We are looking to add team-oriented individuals with a passion for the game of golf and course management. These positions require a positive attitude, strong work ethic, ability to work with the team as well as work alone, and willingness to want to learn all aspects of golf maintenance. The groundskeeper positions assist the course maintenance staff in day-to-day operations, performs daily course maintenance responsibilities to a high level and incorporates safe work practices in job performance. The potential candidates would be capable of following instructions as given and would adopt the “culture” of the department in behavior, work ethic and appearance. Our team puts a lot of effort into creating a unique development plan to enhance each team member's skills and focus on work- life balance as a key component. The Groundskeepers will work 40 hours a week with every other weekend off. Groundskeeper 1 No Experience Needed. Must have a TEAM mentality. This is an ideal position for a self-motivated individual with a positive attitude who thrives in a culture that encourages individuals to make decisions independently and learn how to use their time productively. Ability / Willingness to learn new tasks and operate different types of equipment as required. Ability to provide the extra level of detail / cleanliness from the shop area to the golf course. Groundskeeper 2 Should have experience as a laborer with appropriate grasp of golf course conditions and standards. Basic knowledge of equipment used on golf courses and for golf course maintenance. Ability to communicate with team members. Must be self-motivated, lead by example, and have a strong attention to detail. Groundskeeper 3 The candidate should contain all of the skills and knowledge required to do almost every task on the golf course. Extensive knowledge of golf course equipment as well as the ability to operate machinery at a high level. Consistently promote great leadership characteristics Honesty and Integrity Commitment and Passion Creativity and Innovation Accountability Inspire Teammates Additional Salary Information: Groundskeeper 1 - $17/hour then a raise to $18/hour after 90 days Groundskeeper 2 - $19/hour Groundskeeper 3 - $20/hour
- $17 to $20 per hour
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By Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, - updated Thursday at 03:24 PM - Ocala, Florida
Equipment Technician Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club is in search of a motivated, team-oriented individual with previous Golf Course Technician experience. This person will be responsible for the maintenance and repair of all the equipment operated by Golden Ocala and its entities i.e. security, golf maintenance, horticulture, housekeeping, food & beverage, etc. This Technician will work along side the Equipment Manager and three Technicians. Experience Requirements · 1 year minimum as a Golf Course Technician · Working knowledge of grinding and reel setup a plus but not required · Working knowledge of both gas (4-cycle & 2-cycle) and diesel equipment repair and maintenance · Ability to diagnose electrical and hydraulic issues · Maintain a preventative maintenance program · Ability to lift 50 pounds · Ability to diagnose mechanical problems and determine appropriate repairs · Ability to work in an organized manner to complete repairs or pm within an appropriate time line · Computer knowledge for inputting PM and repairs records. · Communicate effectively, keep clean shop and equipment and work in a team environment · Must have a valid driver’s license.
- $19 to $22 per hour
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By Maketewah Country Club, - Cincinnati, Ohio
Maketewah Country Club is a Donald Ross designed course, with a strong emphasis on golf located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The club is currently working with architect Brain Silva on finishing his master plan for Maketewah. The final phase to our master plan started in the Fall of 2022, and will include fairway bunkering, rerouting of fairways, and all new teeing complexes. Along with the course renovations, a new irrigation system will be installed. The Assistant will work closely with the superintendent in all aspects of course maintenance, as well as in construction of the club’s master plan. This will be a great opportunity to learn all aspects on turf maintenance, along with construction, and irrigation installation in the transition zone of the country. To learn more, please visit - https://www.maketewah.com/ Why Maketewah? Accelerated learning by being involved in a large-scale renovation program with a revered golf course architect, which will improve your project management, organizational skills. Strengthen your career progression at one of Ohio's finest courses with natural beauty, renowned history and Donald Ross’ masterfully designed course that has truly stood the test of time. Ranked among Ohio’s finest course. Accelerate your learning in a management role that will provide leadership, scheduling and agronomic programming. Preferred Qualifications: Must have a 2- or 4-year degree in turf grass management or a related field Individuals currently enrolled in a turf program are welcome to apply Some golf course experience helpful, but not required as we are willing to train anyone willing to learn Must be able to obtain state pesticide license Compensation & Benefits: $65,000+ dependent on experience Health, dental and vision Insurance Life Insurance 401k with company match PTO Golfing privileges Lunch when the club is open GCSAA dues Continuing education
- $65,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Dryject Technologies, - updated Thursday at 01:02 PM - Fort Myers, Florida
Dryject Technologies, a Flordia based Dryject Franchise, is seeking an individual to grow with us and expand our business footprint in Florida. North Central Florida Dryject Franchise available to a quailified individual.
- $50,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Old York Road Country Club, - updated Thursday at 12:44 PM - Ambler, Pennsylvania
Old York Road Country Club in Ambler, Pennsylvania is seeking an Assistant Superintendent/Irrigation Tech. Old York Road Country Club is a private 18 hole facility Designed by William and David Gordon in 1963. OYRCC was originally built in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania in 1910, but in 1962 the club was forced to move under obligation to put its land to the most profitable use in order to support its expanding school, the Trustees of Abington Friends Meeting requested that Old York Road CC relocate. The Primary role of this position is to overlook the aging irrigation system and assist in day to day activities. This includes irrigation repairs and installations, spraying, course set-up and staff management. The Assistants typical work schedule will be 45-50 hours a week from April-October with one four hour shift each weekend during the growing season. At OYRCC we strive to provide a great work life balance and this position is encouraged to take a week vacation during the summer months. OYRCC is currently going through the bidding process to replace the entire irrigation system by 2026. In 2024 we will be upgrading from the Toro Sitepro software to their new Toro Lynx software. The club recently approved a 3 year plan to renovate all tee boxes and convert them to bentgrass during the shoulder seasons starting in 2024.
- $50,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Baltusrol Golf Club, - updated Thursday at 11:16 AM - Springfield, New Jersey
Course Information: Baltusrol Golf Club is a 36-hole facility located in Springfield, NJ. The club was founded in 1895 and has gone under numerous renovations to establish 2, Top-100 golf courses in the Lower and Upper Course. Baltusrol is well-known for providing and exceeding membership expectations for tournament conditions daily. Baltusrol has hosted 16 USGA National Championships, the 2005 and 2016 PGA Championship and most recently the 2023 Womens KPMG Championship. Baltusrol is slated to host the 2029 PGA Championship. Baltusrol Golf Club restored the Lower Course in 2020 and has begun the restoration of the Upper Course which is set to open back up early 2025. Requirements Baltusrol Golf Club grounds department is seeking hardworking, self-motivated individuals that are eager to advance their career in the golf course industry. The Assistant Superintendent will work closely with the Director of Grounds, Superintendents and Assistants to facilitate and execute all operations necessary to maintain 2, Top-100 golf courses. The Assistant Superintendent will assist in but not limited to; course setup, intensive water management of playing surfaces, monitoring and applying chemical applications, small-scale projects and all other agronomic practices necessary to maintain championship conditions. Baltusrol Golf Club will begin restoring the Upper golf course with USGA greens and PrecisionAire units, new irrigation system, drainage, bunkers, and tee complexes. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to be a part of an immense master plan restoration.
- $60,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Oki Golf, - updated Wednesday at 11:50 PM - Newcastle, Washington
As the Mechanic at The Golf Club at Newcastle, you will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of all equipment and machinery in the turf department and related areas (pump stations, maintenance facility, etc.) as well as providing support to the property (clubhouse & recreation center) in areas of related expertise (i.e., golf carts, electronics, etc.). This includes meeting established safety standards and adherence to the respective equipment owner’s manual specifications to maintain the proper working order and longevity of all equipment and machinery. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Must be knowledgeable and capable of operating all equipment and machinery utilized by the turf department including tools and machinery needed to make related repairs or routine maintenance. Must be proactive in implementing and logging preventative maintenance programs for all equipment in the turf department. Must be capable of diagnosing and making informed repairs and/or maintenance of, but not limited to: engines tractors (gas & diesel) hydraulics electronics tools or equipment (i.e., blowers, weed eaters, chainsaws, reels, bed knives, etc.) Ensures a safe work environment to include compliance with OSHA/WISHA guidelines and proper operating usage of equipment as defined in related owner’s manual specifications. Assists in the training of team members for the proper use of equipment & machinery. Implements methods and procedures designed to minimize operational costs and maximize resources to ensure the proper working order and longevity of each piece of equipment. Timely completion of repairs and preventative maintenance to ensure golf course quality standards are achieved. Ensures daily a.m. set up of all turf equipment. Daily communication with the golf course superintendent regarding the status and condition of all turf equipment. Ability to make fabrications or alterations to new or existing equipment to ensure proper working order and efficiency. Maintain adequate inventory levels of parts and supplies including fuel and oil levels. Maintain a clean and orderly work area. On-course assistance to ensure proper working order of all equipment. Daily implementation & adherence to Oki Golf universal standards.
- $28 to $35 per hour
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By Goose Pond Colony Resort, - Scottsboro, Alabama
Position: Turf Management Specialist/Golf Course Superintendent Location: Goose Pond Colony Lake Course, 417 Ed Hembree Drive, Scottsboro, AL Date posted: 2/28/2024 Website: goosepond.org Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Conduct and oversee the daily operations related to turfgrass care, irrigation systems, pest control, and landscaping Primary goal is to ensure that the course is in excellent condition, providing a high-quality playing surface for golfers Develop and implement maintenance plans, considering factors like weather conditions, play schedules, and budget constraints Providing guidance and training to course maintenance staff to ensure that tasks are performed efficiently Assist in long-term planning, identifying areas for improvement and implementing strategies to enhance the course's aesthetics, playability, and sustainability Work closely with Director of Golf Operations and General Manager to create an exceptional golfing experience for players while maintaining the ecological integrity of the course Abide by the job description and responsibilities presented by the Board of Directors
- $47,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Dimmock Hill, - Binghamton, New York
Just bought a course that needs some TLC. Looking for experience on changeing course layout around and adding a few renovations. Please call or email if interested.
- $55,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Medinah Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 07:58 PM - Medinah, Illinois
Medinah is unique, founded by the Shriners of Chicago in 1924 and originally designed by Tom Bendelow, Medinah boasts 3 distinct golf courses laid out over 550 acres and only 30 minutes from downtown Chicago. The Championship Course #3 has hosted a variety of major events and is currently preparing for the 2026 Presidents Cup. Course #3 is also finishing a Master Plan in 2024 with OCM Golf Course Architects https://www.ocm.golf/clients/medinah/. Interns will play an integral role in finishing the grow-in of the new Course #3 and its opening scheduled for July of 2024. Turfgrass Interns will be an integral part of the Turf Team that employs 95 staff in mid-season and will be considered part of the management team as skills and abilities warrant. Our core beliefs revolve around Respect/Personal Responsibility/Individualism. Internships can vary from 3 - 9 months and develop into a full time position. A partial list of the opportunities Interns will be given: Completion and 'grow-in' of Course #3 with OCM Golf. Develop an Intern Goals and Objectives Plan tailored to each individual. Fertilizer/pesticide: calibration, application, inventory control, disease ID and an understanding of how, what and why these applications are used. Irrigation function and scheduling; water management that leads to firm conditions and turf health. How to organize and schedule an efficient team, daily and weekly. Coaching and mentoring on job performance and career track as desired. Flexible schedule that supports a life outside of turf. Work with an industry leading Equipment Technician Team.
- $20 to $22 per hour
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By New Orleans Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 07:41 PM - New Orleans, Louisiana
The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent reports to the Golf Course Superintendent. The Assistant Superintendent must have working knowledge on turfgrass cultivation practices, daily golf course maintenance and course setup. We are looking for a detail oriented candidate. This would be a great opportunity to learn at a high end private facility in a cultural rich city with great opportunity for growth. In the fall of 2023 NOCC will be taking on a full golf course renovation project. A renovation project would help professional development immensely in the golf course management business. This project will include re-grassing greens, tees, fairways, and roughs. Also, new bunker liner installation, 2 wire irrigation system, new pump station, and more upgrades to the infrastructure system. Responsibilities include but not limited to: - Oversees maintenance of turfgrass and trees on property - Daily monitoring staff's productivity - Assists with daily staff scheduling - Moisture management - Irrigation troubleshooting and repair - Fertilizer application and calibration - Pesticide application - Assist in mixing and application of fertilizers and chemicals - Must be able to carryout assignments as directed by the golf course superintendent - Continue to train and cross train staff on safety and equipment operation - Recording daily weather, chemical and fertilizer applications, and work hours
- $55,000 to $65,000 per year
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By The Club at 3 Creek, - updated Wednesday at 06:09 PM - Jackson, Wyoming
At 3 Creek interns will take on a pivotal role in all aspects of the maintenance that goes into producing a world-class golf course. Interns will work closely under the assistant superintendents to understand all tasks and operations that make our maintenance team successful day in and day out. With you as a member of our team, our primary goal is to quickly and confidently teach the skills and techniques you will need to be a competitive candidate within the golf course maintenance job market. As an intern you will work hard, be challenged, and learn how to effectively produce an exceptional product while maintaining a work / life balance that will make your time here not only enjoyable but memorable. Email your resume to Chris at email@example.com
- $26 to $26 per hour
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By St. Andrew's-Sewanee School, - updated Wednesday at 05:30 PM - Sewanee, Tennessee
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Under general supervision, performs a variety of grounds maintenance duties including but not limited to the following: Mowing, weedeating, edging beds and sidewalks Weed control in beds, parking lots, walkways, etc. using herbicides or mechanical means Planting, establishing, edging, mulching & maintenance of landscape beds Pruning trees & shrubs Trail maintenance - clearing downed trees and noting other hazardous conditions Maintain campus ponds, dams, and outdoor recreation areas Assist with maintenance of ball fields and tennis courts Assist with farm operations and maintenance of herb garden Maintenance of outdoor structures - sheds, shelters, storage barns, sitting areas, etc. Keep gutters and downspouts clear Maintain & repair irrigation & drainage Aerate, overseed, & fertilize high traffic turf areas Maintenance of roads, right of ways, and parking areas Pick up litter, debris, downed limbs, and maintain general cleanliness of campus Pressure wash building exteriors, signs, walkways, monuments, etc. Light carpentry & painting work - fence repair, wood preservation, etc. Light masonry work - sidewalk & stone wall repair Assist with custodial work as needed or during special events Assist with motor pool & grounds equipment maintenance Assist with event set-up & break down, moving, loading, unloading and storing supplies, furniture and equipment Perform other duties as assigned by the Facilities Manager. QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE Some training or experience in horticulture or landscaping required Knowledgeable in the safe operation and maintenance of grounds equipment Able to recognize problems and triage, report and coordinate proper repairs Display a pro-active initiative and collaborative work style Able to use the mobile work order system to receive requests and track work progress on tablet or mobile device Adjustment of hours and/or weekend work may be required and/or occasional overtime Ability to perform work independently with minimal supervision PHYSICAL DEMANDS Regularly required to stand, walk, use hands and fingers to handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Frequently must squat, stoop, or kneel, reach above the head and reach forward. Use hand strength to grasp tools, supplies and equipment. Occasionally climb ladders, use aerial lifts, or enter crawl spaces. Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds. Occasionally works with toxic or caustic chemicals such as petroleum products, degreasers, and sprays. Frequently exposed to risk of electrical shock, mechanical hazards, burn hazards, chemical hazards. Moderate noise level. Frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; fumes or airborne particles; outside weather conditions; extreme cold; extreme heat. Use PPE as required
- $15 to $20 per hour
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By Geneva National Golf Club, - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
About Geneva National Golf Club Featuring 54 holes of Legendary Golf designed by the masters, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Lee Trevino. All courses offer meticulously manicured bentgrass tees, fairways and greens, as well as five tee boxes offering a great golf experience for every level of player. Geneva National offers the chance to experience three of the best golf courses in Wisconsin at one club. The Grounds Mechanic reports to Director of Grounds. Oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program. This program includes the repair of failing equipment, keeping records of parts and labor needed to maintain each piece of equipment, and placing orders for parts and supplies needed for equipment or service. The equipment manager properly communicates any needs or problems relating to the maintenance or repair of equipment to the director of grounds and/or the superintendents. The mechanic places safety as a top priority and is responsible for maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building.
- $60,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Black Hall Club, - updated Wednesday at 03:38 PM - Old Lyme, Connecticut
Entry level position who learns and works closely with the Superintendent and First Assistant Superintendent to provide excellent playing conditions for membership and guests. Small Crew supervising, operating equipment, executing cultural practices, irrigation operation and repair, hand watering and use of moisture meter, maintaining and assisting mechanic to repair equipment, assist in fertilization and chemical program, daily and tournament course setup, educating and training employees proper ways to operate equipment and complete tasks, tree work, must be able to lift over 50 pounds. Club Information: Black Hall Club is a private golf club located in Old Lyme Connecticut. Established in 1965, the course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. The greens are sand based Bentgrass/Poa, Bentgrass Fairways, Bentgrass Tees. Rainbird irrigation with HDPE pipes. Black Hall Club has hosted and will host major CSGA tournaments: Annually hosts Two Man Championship, and CIAC High School Championship; 2015 Amateur, 2017 Mid-Amateur, 2019 Senior Amateur, 2021 Women’s Open, 2025 Connecticut Open
- $20 to $22 per hour
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By Country Club of Naples, - Naples, Florida
Join Our Team at Country Club of Naples! Are you passionate about maintaining lush, green landscapes and creating pristine golf courses? Look no further! Country Club of Naples is seeking a dedicated Spray Technician to join our dynamic team. Position: Spray Technician Location: Country Club of Naples Why Join Us? At Country Club of Naples, we're more than just a workplace - we're a community. As a Spray Technician, you'll be part of a supportive environment where learning and growth are encouraged. Our team is committed to excellence, and we take pride in maintaining top-tier facilities for our members and guests. Plus, with state-of-the-art equipment and beautiful paspalum grass to work with, you'll have everything you need to excel in your role. Responsibilities: Perform spray applications to maintain the health and appearance of our golf courses and landscapes. Adhere to safety protocols and industry best practices. Monitor turf conditions and report any issues to the management team. Assist with other grounds maintenance tasks as needed. Requirements: Previous experience as a Spray Technician or similar role preferred, but will train. Knowledge of turf management practices and equipment operation. Strong attention to detail and a passion for creating beautiful outdoor spaces. Ability to work independently, and as part of a team. Must be able to pass a drug test. EEOC compliant. Benefits: Competitive pay starting at $25/hr. Opportunities for advancement and professional development. Comprehensive benefits package. Join Us Today! If you're ready to take the next step in your career and become part of our dedicated team, we want to hear from you! Apply now to join Country Club of Naples and embark on a rewarding journey in turf management. Country Club of Naples is an equal opportunity employer.
- $20 to $25 per hour
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By Baltimore County Golf/Baltimore County Revenue Authority, - updated Wednesday at 01:20 PM - Windsor Mill, Maryland
Diamond Ridge offers lush fairways and rolling terrain with a challenging design for all caliber of golfers. It also shares a clubhouse and expansive practice facility with The Woodlands. It's no wonder Diamond Ridge has been a favorite golfing destination for golfers for more than 40 years. Diamond Ridge plays to a par of 71 and was designed by the legendary Ed Ault. The front and back nines are distinctly different. The front nine is open in nature, with a links feel, while the back nine is tighter and outlined by mature trees. Both nines have numerous fairway and greenside bunkers to test your accuracy. From the correct set of tees, this golf course is a pleasure to play for anyone. The Woodlands takes golfers on a scenic journey through a world of tall, hardwood trees that guard the lush Bent Grass fairways and large, undulating greens of the course's enjoyable yet challenging 18 holes. Designed by renowned golf course architect Lindsay Ervin, The Woodlands opened in 1998 to critical acclaim. Ervin himself said The Woodlands "truly ranks as my best design" and Washington Golf Monthly called it "the best public course in the Baltimore suburbs." Golf Digest has rated The Woodlands a "Four Star Places to Play Award Winner." The clubhouse which is shared with Diamond Ridge, is ideal for golf events of any size and with its 36 holes on the property is a landing site for many double shotgun events in the region. The outdoor event pavilion is perfect for post tournament festivities and offers full capacity seating, scenic views and a scoreboard. Position Summary: Assists in the management and administration of golf course grounds maintenance and improvement activities. Assists with Management of staff of full-time and seasonal grounds labor employees, provides training and assigns tasks. The Assistant Superintendent may serve in the Superintendent’s capacity during his/her absence. Essential Functions / Responsibilities: Golf Course Maintenance: Assists in the planning and supervising of the daily maintenance operation; Supervises/completes pesticide and fertilizer applications including calibration of equipment; Coordinates with the mechanic on equipment condition and availability; Supervises/operates automatic irrigation system. Troubleshoots problems and schedules repairs and maintenance; Observes course conditions and makes recommendations for improvements or implements immediate action to correct observed problems. Personnel Management: Instructs and trains equipment operators on the proper use and care of equipment; Assists in personnel management and evaluation, administration of department policies and procedures, employee discipline and modifies daily schedule based on professional interpretation of priorities. Budget Administration: Assists in budget preparation, administration and purchasing. Business Communication: Refers to all professional relationships: Supervisors, peers, golf professional and staff, customers. Works with golf professional staff to achieve facility goals. Capital Improvement: Assists in project development and management during construction.
- $46,000 to $63,000 per year
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By hammock beach resort, - Palm Coast, Florida
all phases of golf equipment repair and maintenance, extensive grinding experienced preferred. hammock beach ocean course is a nicklaus signature design with 6 ocean front holes, turf is wall to wall platinum paspaplum, all toro equipment
- $22 to $26 per hour
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By Mayacama Golf Club, - updated Tuesday at 10:24 PM - Santa Rosa, California
Mayacama Golf Club is looking for a talented individual to join our golf maintenance team as Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. This is an entry level management position that will work directly with the Lead Assistant and Golf Course Superintendent in all aspects of our operation. We are looking for an individual ready to grow in the industry, learn all aspects of the golf business and bring their own ideas to help grow and make Mayacama special. Mayacama Golf Club is a private 18 hole Jack Nicklaus Signature designed golf course set in the rolling hills of Sonoma County, California. Mayacama is a special place where the natural environment meets golf. Our maintenance efforts focus around providing top quality playing conditions on a daily basis all the while caring for and protecting the natural environment surrounding Mayacama. We take this responsibility seriously and relish the opportunity to care for the special place. This position will assist with daily scheduling of staff members, will understand and perform all aspects of daily golf course set up, mowing, irrigation management, coaching of staff members and participating in long term planning discussions. This is a fabulous opportunity for the aspiring individual who wants to expand their experience and knowledge in the turf industry.
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Saratoga Hot Springs Resort Public Golf Course, - updated Tuesday at 08:56 PM - Saratoga, Wyoming
The Saratoga Hot Springs Resort Public Golf Course offers a challenge to golfers of all levels and abilities with 9 holes of excellently conditioned fairways and greens that straddle the North Platte River. Opened for play since the 1950s, this scenic 3,580-yard, 9 hole course continues to be a favorite among recreational golfers for its cliff-top tee, three over river shots and wildlife-rich setting. The superintendent is responsible for operation and maintenance of the golf course and resort grounds. This individual will need to plan and supervise crew members on proper equipment operation as well as daily tasks. Manage crew members during projects, identify and overcome problems in the field, identify and repair irrigation issues, chemical calculation, mixing and application, mechanics diagnosis and repair, grinding of reels (if able), prioritize tasks in order of importance, etc. These responsibilities include: Turfgrass/plant material maintenance programs; Property/asset management; Personnel management; Budgeting/forecasting; Financial management; Member relations; Scheduling/maintenance of irrigation systems; Pesticide applications; and Compliance of regulatory issues. Maintenance and maintaining equipment
- $25 to $28 per hour
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