- 69Golf Course Superintendent
- 7Superintendent/General Manager
- 1GC Superintendent, Interim
- 114Assistant Superintendent
- 202nd Assistant Superintendent
- 45Equipment/Shop Manager
- 36Turf Equipment Technician
- 8Assistant Equipment Technician
- 11Spray/Applications Technician
- 12Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 2IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 1Sports Turf Technician
- 1Landscape Manager
- 5Landscape Technician
- 4Lawn Care Technician
- 2Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 1Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Equipment Operator
- 16Grounds Staff
- 48Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 13Sales Representative
- 1Sales Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Sod Farm Manager
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Detroit Golf Club, - updated Thursday at 02:17 PM - Detroit, Michigan
Detroit Golf Club is looking for highly motivated, team-oriented individuals with a goal of advancing in the Turfgrass industry. Our philosophy is to ensure students are ready to progress into the next stages of their careers upon completion of their internship at Detroit Golf Club. Individuals will work closely with the Director of Agronomy and Course Superintendents in developing their skill set in an array of management tasks necessary to provide championship conditions. Daily maintenance tasks include, but are not limited to: Course Set Up, Operation of all golf course equipment including tractors, Calibration of spreaders and sprayers, Plant Protectant and Fertilizer Applications, Irrigation Repair and Troubleshooting, Drainage repair and installation, and Hand Watering. Aside from daily maintenance tasks interns will have an opportunity to: Spend a week in the shop with the equipment manager learning basic mower maintenance and repair, Schedule all maintenance tasks for a week during the season, Schedule overnight irrigation cycles on Rainbird Cirrus control system, On and off site educational opportunities from leading industry professionals, Attend industry events hosted by our local GCSAA chapter. The position will provide opportunities to lead small crews and motivate staff to complete an assortment of jobs. Individuals will be involved in the tournament preparation for the 2024 Rocket Mortgage Classic, a PGA Tour Event, with the additional option for other tournament volunteer experiences to help diversify their own professional network and skill sets. Full-time employment is available upon completion of a degree or certification program.
- $17 to $19 per hour
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By Glenwild, - Park City, Utah
Glenwild Golf Club and Spa is searching for 2 summer interns to be a valuable part of our golf course maintenance team for the 2024 season. At Glenwild, we pride ourselves in providing our members with the highest quality of professionalism, service and conditioning through a staff of highly trained employees who will always meet the ever-changing needs of the membership. Glenwild Golf Club is a private 18-hole, Tom Fazio designed mountain golf course located right outside Park City, Utah. Glenwild is an active seasonal club with a six-month golf season and 325 members. Many of these members have memberships at various other golf and country clubs across the county. Glenwild is a Golf Digest top 200 golf club and is ranked Golf Digest #1 golf course in the state. Glenwild Golf Club sits on a 180-acre property with 80 acres of maintained turf grasses consists of Kentucky bluegrass rough, tees, fairways, and approaches, ryegrass collars with Poa Annual free USGA built A1/A4 creeping bent grass greens, and fescue native areas. Our 2024 interns will collaborate with the management team daily while being exposed to all aspects of turf grass management practices. Interns will assist with daily course setup operations, chemical/fertilizer applications and calibrations, project/crew management, moisture management on all turf grass surfaces, along with irrigation repair and troubleshooting. Glenwild is currently in the process of a full-scale range and practice facility renovation. The project includes 5 USGA greens, 6 sand based target greens, short grass, rough, and native areas. The project is designed by Tim Jackson with Jackson Kahn Design. Interns will assist with the establishment and grow-in of this project. Educational Requirements: Must be enrolled in a two-year or four-year turf program or related field. Experience Requirements: Prior golf course experience is preferred but not required. We are willing to help the right candidate start their career in the industry even with no prior experience. Offering both a 3 and or 6-month Internship experience. Interns should have a willingness to learn and be able to thrive and grow in a fast-paced work environment. Opportunities for overtime will be available throughout the season, however interns will have plenty of time to experience the many benefits of living in Park City. Park City offers various opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and exploring western scenery. Comments: Designed by Tom Fazio, one of the most celebrated golf course designers of our time, this 7,564-yard, par-71 championship top 200 golf course challenges players of all levels while complementing the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. With superb routing, awe-inspiring scenery, and a fine staff of caddies, the course features a meandering creek with a series of lakes and shot values that enhance its playability and scenic appeal, ensuring that it will become known as one of the finest golf courses in America. And that's just the beginning. Tim Jackson is also putting a Master Plan together which will include a complete irrigation, bunker and cart path renovation plan with an expected starting date in 2026. While completing the Driving Range and Practice Facility in 2024, Glenwild will be drilling a 1900 foot well for irrigation water in April of 2024. The pumping system for the well will be completed the summer 2024. Job Summary: Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Assisting with the oversight of the overall maintenance practices of the golf course. Ensuring proper mixing, handling and application of chemicals and fertilizers. Training and ensuring proper use and maintenance of equipment. Opportunity to lead, direct and train employees in small projects. Exposure to Irrigation Practices, Theories and Repairs along with installing of Irrigation Well pumping system. Date Available: April 1st, 2024 - October 31st, 2024 Any Questions and Applications: We only accept applications through our career page on our company website at www.glenwildgolfclub.com Questions may be emailed to Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Keith Dubaich at email@example.com and Director of Agronomy Eric Feldhusen at firstname.lastname@example.org Salary Range: $22 per hour with overtime after 40 hours. Benefits: Housing, lunch and uniforms provided, golfing privileges, golf shop discounts and season ending bonus potential. PGA Tournament Event experience can be set up. For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://www.applicantpro.com/j/3065759-767085
- $22 to $22 per hour
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By Country Club of Detroit, - updated Thursday at 01:07 PM - Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan
The Country Club of Detroit is a HS Colt/CH Allison original design from 1912 that has played host to (2) US Amateur Championships, and has recently successfully hosted the 2021 US Senior Amateur Championship. The most recent architectural imprint on the property today is with Renaissance Design, who completed a large scale renovation in 2010-2011 with complete reconstruction of all greens & tees, as well as regrassing of fairways & renovating bunkers. A large scale tree management program was initiated at this time as well. Their design has brought back many design parameters with a ground game golf course. There have been recent upgrades as well with green side bunker removals on 4 holes and the incorporation of 2+ acres of bentgrass bailouts for extended playability options. The Country Club of Detroit, or CCD as it is known to our membership & staff, sits northeast of Downtown Detroit in the vibrant, exclusive suburb of Grosse Pointe Farms. The Championship Course currently sits within the top 200 classical courses in America, per Golfweek. Seasonal Interns can expect to be a part of a staff of 30+ people during the peak summer months. Time frames for duration of the Internship are variable, and flexible for each candidate. In this time here at CCD, our management will work in conjunction with Interns to prepare each individual for their next career step, and place them in leadership positions at courses around the country within our network, or, if available, full time employment here at CCD. WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON PUSHING EACH INDIVIDUAL PAST THEIR COMFORT ZONE TO PREPARE THEM FOR THEIR NEXT CAREER STEP! Some of the items Seasonal Interns will be involved with/leading are: IPM strategies - integration into making applications, and decision making for strategies. Staff management - Interns will be responsible for an entire week of scheduling, delegation, and full management of our entire team in the middle of the season Greens Committee Meeting Involvement - Interns will be expected to be at each Committee Meeting to learn to the political/communication side of our operation, as well as be expected to give a short presentation to the Greens Committee in regards to their experiences here at CCD. Small project management & team leading Construction project work: Bunker reconstructing Fairway expansions Drainage installation Irrigation expansion work Irrigation repair & auditing PGA Tour Volunteer Experience (Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club)
- $17 to $17 per hour
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By Baltusrol Golf Club, - Springfield, New Jersey
The Upper Course restoration with Gil Hanse is set to begin this October and finish around September of 2024. 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, the 2018 USGA Junior Amateur, and most recently the 2023 Women's PGA Championship. Baltusrol is slated to host the 2029 PGA Championship. Baltusrol Golf Club completed the master plan restoration of the Lower Golf Course in 2020. The restoration included PVC/HDPE Rainbird irrigation system, USGA Spec Greens with PrecisionAire, Better Billy Bunker drainage in bunkers, and extensive drainage installed throughout the property. Baltusrol Golf Club grounds department is seeking hardworking, self-motivated individuals that are eager to advance their career in the golf course industry. Interns will work closely with the Director of Grounds, Superintendent, Assistant Superintendents, and Management Staff to facilitate and execute all operations necessary to maintain 2, Top-100 golf courses. The internship program provides opportunities to grow professionally and is geared towards producing individuals prepared to step into Assistant or AIT roles. Interns will actively monitor and apply pesticides, perform daily course set-up, perform intensive water management, be involved in planning sessions, and all other agronomic practices necessary to maintain championship conditions and exceed membership expectations. Below is video about the Lower Course Restoration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nX2afmqO9TY&t=1s
- $17/hr w/ overtime
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By Cherry Hills Country Club, - updated Thursday at 11:12 AM - Englewood, Colorado
Cherry Hills Country Club is looking for its 2024 class of interns who are eager to learn, work hard, and enjoy all that Denver, Colorado has to offer. Cherry Hills Country Club is home to an 18-hole championship golf course and features a 9-hole short course. The club was established in 1922, designed by William Flynn, and has hosted 14 championships, highlighted by the recent 2023 U.S. Amateur. Champions include the likes of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Birdie Kim, and Phil Mickelson. The course consists of bent/ poa push-up greens with fairways, tees, and rough that are poa/ rye/ blue. Our goal is to provide you with the experience necessary to take the next steps in your turfgrass career. Expectations of the club and our membership are extremely high, and we all work hard to meet and exceed those expectations. Duties and responsibilities include (but are not limited to): · Sprayer and spreader calibration · Chemical and fertilizer application · Water management, hand watering · Irrigation maintenance, troubleshooting, upgrades, and improvements · Course set-up · Mowing of all playing surfaces · Aerifcation and cultural practices (verticutting, needle-tining, topdressing, etc.) · Equipment operation on all machinery · Partake in projects and small crew management Housing, lunches, uniforms and golf privileges are included in the internship as well as ample opportunity for overtime. The opportunity for a full-time position is available if the correct candidate can fulfill our expectations throughout their tenure as an intern and work well with our team. Cherry Hills Country Club also offers the Palmer Scholarship to any employees currently enrolled in classes. This is a fantastic opportunity for scholarship funds and can be discussed further during the interview process. A successful candidate must be willing to work hard, learn, and be a team player.
- $20 to $22 per hour
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By Pablo Creek Club, - updated Thursday at 12:31 AM - Jacksonville, Florida
Job Title: Senior Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Reports to: Golf Course Superintendent FLSA Category: Exempt/Salary Position Compensation: $70,000 to $90,000 commensurate with experience Relocation: Club will assist with relocation Location: Pablo Creek Club 5660 San Pablo Road South Jacksonville, Florida 32224 About The Club: Pablo Creek Club is an exclusive club located southeast of Jacksonville, Florida. The course, designed by Tom Fazio, opened to an elite, limited membership in 1996. The club is strictly golf-only and sits on 400 acres of pristine pine and hardwood forest bordering the Intracoastal Waterway. There are no homes on property, nor will there ever be. Pablo was renovated in 2020, led by the Fazio Group and MacCurrach Golf Construction. All aspects of the course were recreated, including irrigation (RainBird/ HDPE with pump station), design tweaks, and an expanded 15-acre practice facility and short game area. Turf types are TifTuf fairways and rough, Trinity zoysia tees and approaches, and TifEagle greens. Bunkers are G-Angle sand lined with Bunker Solutions product. The golf peak season runs from October through June. The course is closed every Monday for maintenance, and there are three 8-day closings during the summer for cultural practices. The club’s goal is to be the Best. Not compared with any other club, but the Best overall. We have a discerning membership that travel to all the top clubs in the world, and their expectations are in line with that standard. Position Responsibility: The Senior Assistant will be responsible with planning and implementing the daily activities on the golf course and property and working with the Golf Course Superintendent in creating, reviewing and implementing the club’s agronomical practices and developing and managing the golf course and grounds budget. This is a hands-on leadership position with responsibilities for all aspects of daily maintenance and set-up of the golf course, weekly cultural practices, fertilizer calibration and application, irrigation problem solving and repair and lead/assist with short and long-term golf course projects. Responsibilities will include leading, directing, training, coaching overseeing and assisting the team and reviewing course and project work. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: · Leading the team in delegating and assigning daily assignments, providing guidance, training, coaching and assistance and ensuring work is completed as expected and in a timely manner. · Collaborating with the Superintendent in developing the agronomic plan and budget for the course and grounds and leading in the implementation and oversight of the agronomic plan and budget. · Identifying, evaluating and recommending corrective action for agronomic problem areas, including funguses, pest and drainage issues. · Leading, overseeing and assisting in the daily set-up and maintenance of the golf course, including routine golf course maintenance, chemical applications and equipment operations. · Inspecting irrigation systems, identifying issues and implementing corrective action. · Recommending, evaluating, planning and leading long-term and short-term projects related to renovations, repairs and care and maintenance of the course. · Assisting in the training of new and existing staff in golf course set-up and maintenance, equipment operations, safety procedures and the expectations of the Club. · Educating and ensuring the team is aware of and following safe work practices and maintenance facilities and equipment are safe, clean and organized. Qualifications (knowledge, skills and abilities): · Leadership experience at a golf course with a proven record of having exceptional course conditions. · Knowledge in preparing and managing golf course budgets. · Knowledge of pest control products and their applications. · Knowledge of turf chemical and fertilizer products and their applications. · Knowledge of irrigation utilization, drainage installation, repair and maintenance. · Understanding of the game of golf and the impact agronomic decisions have on course playability. · Have a current Florida pesticide applicator license, or the ability to acquire a license. · Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. · Have a BS or Associates Degree in turf grass management, or related certificate and experience.
- $70,000 to $90,000 per year
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By Salem Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 08:56 PM - Peabody, Massachusetts
Salem Country Club is an 18-hole private golf course founded in 1895, designed by Donald Ross. It has been the host of two United States Senior Opens, two United States Women’s Opens, United States Senior Amateur, and a United States Women’s Amateur. Salem Country Club is located 30 minutes north of Boston. Renowned for its captivating scenery and exceptional playing conditions. We are currently seeking a dedicated and experienced Equipment Manager to join our team and contribute to maintaining our course's impeccable standards. Job Overview: As the Golf Course Equipment Manager, you will be a pivotal figure in our pursuit of excellence. Your role will involve overseeing the maintenance and management of our diverse range of golf course equipment, ensuring optimal performance and contributing to the overall quality of our facility. Key Responsibilities: Equipment Maintenance: Lead the maintenance, repair, and servicing of all golf course equipment, including mowers, tractors, utility vehicles, and specialized machinery. Proper sharpening and adjustments to all mowing equipment to ensure the best cut possible. Preventive Care: Develop and implement a comprehensive preventive maintenance schedule to minimize downtime, extend equipment lifespan, and optimize operational efficiency. Repairs and Diagnostics: Expertly diagnose mechanical issues, conduct repairs, and perform adjustments with precision and efficiency. Inventory Management: Maintain accurate records of equipment maintenance, replacements, and spare parts inventory. Coordinate orders and deliveries to ensure uninterrupted operations. Budget Management: Collaborate with management to establish and manage the equipment maintenance budget, demonstrating cost-conscious decision-making. Work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistants on current equipment condition to establish repair and replacement needs for budgeting purposes. Collaboration: Work closely with the groundskeeping team to schedule equipment usage effectively and support their equipment-related requirements. Safety Compliance: Ensure all equipment adheres to safety standards and regulations. Conduct regular safety training sessions for staff on proper equipment usage and safety protocols. Vendor Relationships: Establish and nurture relationships with equipment suppliers, service providers, and vendors to facilitate timely repairs, parts procurement, and upgrades. Technology Integration: Stay updated with emerging trends and technologies in golf course equipment management, and recommend innovative solutions to enhance efficiency. Documentation: Maintain meticulous equipment records, including maintenance logs, service histories, and warranties. Qualifications: Proven experience in golf course equipment management or a related field. Strong mechanical acumen and proficiency in diagnosing and resolving equipment issues. Knowledge of turf management equipment, and specialized golf course machinery. Familiarity with equipment maintenance software and tools. Excellent organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail. Effective communication and collaboration skills for team interaction and vendor relations. Ability to work independently, prioritize tasks, and manage time effectively. Flexibility to accommodate early mornings, weekends, and seasonal demands. If you are a passionate and skilled Golf Course Equipment Manager looking to contribute your expertise to the maintenance of an esteemed golf course on the North Shore of Boston, we invite you to apply for the position. To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience by the application deadline to email@example.com
- $105,000 to $110,000 per year
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By Sleepy Hollow Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 05:37 PM - Scarborough, New York
Sleepy Hollow Country Club is a private, 27 hole C.B. MacDonald original design on 338 acres overlooking the Hudson River. SHCC was recently restored by Gil Hanse, completed in 2016/2017. All of the greens at SHCC were converted to USGA specification replacing the original poa sod. We also have a lower 9 hole short course that has native soil push-up greens, offering candidates an opportunity to manage both newly constructed USGA sand greens and 100 year old push-up greens on the same property. Sleepy Hollow Country Club is currently ranked 62nd in the United States by Golf Digest and 71st in the world by Golf Magazine. SHCC recently completed an irrigation renovation on the upper 13 holes of the property that will include all new HDPE mainlines, laterals, valves and heads, complete with updated Toro decoder system with new Smart-Hub technology. The 2nd Assistant Superintendent is a vital position and will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent, Assistants and staff and will be active in all aspects of the club. We are looking for a self driven and professional who is comfortable in a team environment.
- $65,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Cherry Valley Club, - updated Wednesday at 05:22 PM - Garden City, New York
Cherry Valley Club is a private, member owned 18 hole golf course, opened in 1916 and designed by Devereux Emmet We are in the process of continuing our master plan upgrades with two holes scheduled to be renovated this fall. The Assistant Superintendent will be directly involved in every aspect of the golf maintenance operation: Staff scheduling and daily assignments - in season staff of 25 Maintenance and capital budget preparation Staff training Oversee course construction/ renovation project. Course care and maintenance Irrigation scheduling, repair and maintenance Etc.
- $100,000 to $110,000 per year
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By Nemacolin (Turfgrass Department), - FARMINGTON, Pennsylvania
Nemacolin, is home to two championship Pete Dye designs in Mystic Rock and Shepherd's Rock. Mystic Rock was a stop on the PGA Tour Schedule from 2000-2006, hosting the 84 Lumber Classic. Mystic is rated the number one public course in Pennsylvania and is ranked #88 by Golfweek in the Top 200 resort courses in America. We are seeking a highly motivated and driven individual, to work along side our management staff and help manage our crew.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By Baltimore Country Club, - Baltimore, Maryland
The Horticulture Department at Baltimore Country Club is responsible for care of the extensive landscaping at both clubhouses, pool complex, fitness facility, and tennis courts, as well as perennial gardens across both golf courses at Five Farms. The Roland Park Horticulturist is stationed primarily at our Roland Park campus, and duties include, but are not limited to, planning and installing seasonal display beds and container gardens; maintaining perennial gardens, small trees, and shrubs; maintaining turf areas; cleaning up debris and leaves, and seasonal snow team assignment. Daily tasks may include watering, mowing, string trimming, blowing, integrated pest management, pruning, and seasonal planting rotations throughout our historic and botanically-diverse grounds. Daily work is completed independently, but some staff assistance is provided as needed for larger projects and weekly mowing. At some points in the season, when duties at Roland Park are light, the RP Horticulturist may assist the team at Five Farms for all or part of the day, as directed.
- $26 to $30 per hour
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By University Park Country Club, - updated Wednesday at 03:46 PM - University Park, Florida
Job Title: Spray manager-2nd Assistant University Park Country Club is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill the role of spray technicians / 2nd Assistants. We are happy to train the right person that can grow and advance on our team. They will work closely with Superintendent and 1st Assistant Superintendents to provide quality conditions for members and guests. This positions will be involved in all aspects of golf course maintenance and will assist in fertilizer and plant protectant applications as needed. Looking to make the move and advance your career? Come join the team at University Park Duties and responsibilities may change at any time based on business need.
- $20 to $23 per hour
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By Hyatt Hills Golf Complex, - updated Wednesday at 03:35 PM - Clark, New Jersey
Hyatt Hills Golf Complex is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of Golf Course Superintendent. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality environment and be highly focused on providing superior service. Hyatt Hills Golf Complex located in Clark, New Jersey is a 9-hole golf course ranging from 3,350 to 2,625 yards. Featuring bentgrass tees, greens, fairways, and bluegrass/fescue rough, it promises to be an enjoyable test for all calibers of players. The putting and chipping area as well as a 50-station driving range, including 11 covered and heating, allow you to always work on your game. Key Responsibilities of the Golf Course Superintendent: Prepares and maintains the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans. Plans, organizes and directs the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants Ensures that maintenance equipment is properly maintained. Procures supplies and materials within budgetary limitations. Keeps record of annual maintenance activities and costs. Prepares reports. Implements sound purchasing procedures utilizing preferred vendors, when possible. Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents. Coordinates snow removal (depending upon facility location). Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations. Ensures that they and all associates obtain proper training and/or licenses needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. Ensures proper mixing, calibration, and application of all chemical/fertilizers used on the course. Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Assistant Superintendent, 2nd Assistant Superintendent, Head Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician. Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance. Minimum Qualifications for the Golf Course Superintendent: Mechanically inclined preferred Associate’s degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; and two to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience (Degree preference in agronomy/ horticulture/ plant/soil science). Must have a valid Driver’s License. Other Qualifications: Possesses Pesticide License. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
- $85,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Quail Hollow Club, - updated Wednesday at 02:51 PM - Charlotte, North Carolina
The internship is an opportunity for driven, dependable, hardworking individuals that want to advance their education and experience through an internship with our organization. The internship at Quail Hollow Club is extensive and well rounded. Interns will receive hands on experience on all aspects of golf course maintenance and championship preparation. Everything from equipment operation to overseed transition will be covered. Students will also be given leadership opportunities and will understand the full extent of our maintenance operation upon completion. Our interns will be given the opportunity to train with veteran staff members who have succeeded at the highest level. We actively seek student interns worthy of the challenges inherent to a golf organization of this caliber. Our interns must possess a strong work ethic, high character, and an enthusiastic positive attitude.
- $17 to $17 per hour
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By Des Moines Golf and Country Club, - West Des Moines, Iowa
The Des Moines Golf & Country Club is a prominent golf and country club located in West Des Moines, Iowa. It is known for its high-quality golf courses, elegant amenities, and rich history in the local community. The Des Moines Golf & Country Club was founded in 1897 and has since grown into one of the premier golf and social clubs in the region. The Club was established to provide a private, upscale environment for golf enthusiasts and their families. The Club is renowned for its two-championship golf courses the South Course and North Course, each with its own unique and demanding layouts. The First Assistant Superintendent aids the Golf Course Superintendent and the Director of Grounds in the leadership and execution of work schedules, maintenance programs and construction details. This person also helps direct the crew on the 18 holes that they are responsible for. Daily Duties and Responsibilities: Assists in planning daily work schedules Assists 2nd assistant superintendent in the training of employees. Assists in supervision of various construction projects. Applies fertilizers and pesticides as needed. Helps prepare the course setup for daily play. Keeps informed on course starting times and special events. Assists in snow removal. Sets good examples for others to follow in job performance, work safety, equipment care, attendance and striving for efficiency. Perform other duties as assigned. Our assistants do get dirty during the work day. They help supervise but they also work on the golf course doing routine maintenance. Our assistants work every other weekend during the golf season. They average 125 - 150 hours of overtime per year.
- $25 to $26 per hour
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By The Club at Boca Pointe, - updated Wednesday at 01:24 PM - Boca Raton, Florida
The Club at Boca Pointe is excited to provide an excellent career opportunity for an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent! The Assistant Superintendent is responsible for assisting the Golf Course Superintendent with management, direction and leadership of all golf course and grounds operations. The Assistant Superintendent will help ensure the goals of both the Golf Course Maintenance department and The Club are being met. With a very high degree of personal ethics, professional integrity and strong attention to detail, the Assistant Superintendent will be a proactive, self-motivated team player with the experience and ability to help build and manage a strong, efficient team.
- $60,000 to $75,000 per year
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By The Standard Club, - Johns Creek, Georgia
Under the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent, the Equipment Manager is a key part of the entire operation. He/she will be asked to perform all necessary task of reel maintenance, preventive maintenance, general fixes, record keeping, as well as maintaining a clean and safe area. The Club has invested heavily into the equipment maintenance side of our operation with brand new Foley reel and bed knife grinders, as well as a new equipment lift. The Club is also in its first season of a new Toro lease package, and several construction oriented pieces as well. We are currently in the process of completing a Driving Range renovation under the direction of golf course architect Tyler Rae, beginning in November the Club's irrigation will receive a significant upgrade with a new system featuring Rain Bird irrigation equipment, all HDPE pipe, and a brand new pump station. In 2026 the Club will begin renovating the entire golf including greens, tees, bunker, and remolding of some existing holes. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a group of individuals looking to make the golf course the best it can be.
- $29 to $30 per hour
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By Idle Hour Country Club, - Lexington, Kentucky
Job Title: Equipment Manager Reports to: Golf Course Superintendent Compensation: $80,000 to $110,000 Base Salary plus signing bonus Relocation: Relocation Assistance Provided Location: Idle Hour Country Club 1815 Richmond Road Lexington, Kentucky 40502 About Idle Hour Country Club: Founded in 1946, Idle Hour Country Club is an elite private club. Located just outside downtown Lexington, Kentucky, the club offers a superior 18-hole golf course designed by Donald Ross in 1924, originally known as Ashland Golf and Country Club. The golf course holds the distinction of being the only Donald Ross designed golf course in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky and has retained its original integrity with a renovation completed by Ron Prichard in 2004. Golf course architect Andrew Green is currently working on a long-range master plan. Other amenities of the Club include a clubhouse, dining facilities, tennis courts, fitness center, and swimming pool. Idle Hour Country Club is hosting the 2024 Southern Amateur Championship, part of the Elite Amateur Series. For more information, although limited due to the Club’s exclusivity, please visit their website at https://idlehourky.com/. Position Summary: The Equipment Manager will be responsible for all equipment repair and maintenance, including the repair and maintenance of turf equipment and vehicle fleets, parts fabrication, managing the shop and parts and equipment inventory. The Equipment Manager will be a self-motivated, enthusiastic, positive force integrated with the agronomy team to produce championship golf conditions for Idle Hour’s members and guests. Essential Job Functions: · Effectively maintain, diagnose and repair all equipment in the fleet, including parts fabrication. · Develop, manage and assist in the preventive maintenance program of equipment, including accurate record keeping. · Perform, assist or oversee parts fabrication, including any cutting, folding, casting, forging, machining, shearing, punching, stamping or welding. · Educate and ensure all health, safety and environmental regulations are known, understood and practiced, including proper disposal of waste oils, tires, etc. · Establish and adjust daily, weekly and monthly repair and maintenance schedules based on equipment requirements and course agronomic schedule. · Establish and maintain complete set of records for equipment and parts inventory, purchases, equipment conditions, repairs and costs of repairs and preventive maintenance for all equipment. · Establish and maintain an organized, clean and safe shop. · Performs daily course checks to ensure cut quality and proper operation of equipment. · Prepare, recommend and manage the equipment budget, monitoring cost and expenditures and identifying variances and recommending and implementing corrective action as necessary. · Assists in the evaluation, selection and purchasing/leasing new turf and/or landscape equipment. Expected Experience, Skills, Abilities, Knowledge and Education: · Self-motivated and positive attitude. · Ability to communicate on a professional level with staff, vendors, members, and guests. · Working knowledge of all turf and landscape equipment, including cutting unit set-up, hydraulic and electrical theory and diagnosis, combustion engines and welding. · Experience or familiarity on a variety of turf equipment, especially John Deere and Toro equipment. · Ability to fabricate parts, including cutting, folding, casting, forging, machining, shearing, punching, stamping or welding. · Ability to read and follow manuals, understand preventive maintenance requirements and schedules and repair equipment. · Know and have the ability to utilize various trade tools and the safety guidelines of their use. · Have a basic understanding of the game of golf and the effects turf equipment has on the overall condition and play-ability of the game. · Understanding of developing and managing a budget. · Ability to utilize computer software systems such as a purchase order system, excel, word, PM System and power point. · Trade school or formal education or certifications in mechanical, electrical, related programs or equivalent experience. · A GCSAA Certificate Program of Completion is a plus. Club Benefits: · Association dues and costs associated with continuing professional education. · Anthem Health/Dental Insurance – IHCC pays 65% of premiums for employees after 90 days. · 401(k) – IHCC match is 50% of your contribution up to 4% of your salary, eligible after one year. · Christmas Bonus – Equipment Manager will be included in the annual Christmas Bonus Pool currently regulated by a predetermined formula based on salary and years of service. · Vacation/Personal Time – You will be entitled to vacation and personal time off as outlined in the Employee Policies and Procedures Manual. · Employee meals. · Uniform clothing.
- $80,000 to $110,000 per year
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By Maroon Creek Club, - Aspen, Colorado
Are you Interested in working in one of the country's most scenic areas with access to world-class skiing, fishing, hiking, and many more outdoor activities? Maroon Creek Club is a Top 150 Country Club per Platinum Clubs of America located In Aspen, Colorado, at the base of Buttermilk Mountain. We seek a motivated individual ready to take their career to the next level within the golf course industry. The Assistant Superintendent will report to the Director of Agronomy and Golf Course Superintendent. Desired Qualifications and Traits • Two years of golf course maintenance experience • Two-year or four-year Turfgrass management degree • Spanish speaking is a plus • Ability to acquire a Colorado pesticide license • Must be self-motivated. • Eager to learn and educate • Able to work long hours • Versatile in all aspects of golf course maintenance • Strong attention to detail • Carry a positive attitude in the workplace Compensation and Benefits • Salary commensurate with qualification and experience (DOE $75,000-$85,000) • Four mountain ski pass (Aspen, Aspen Highlands, Snowmass, Buttermilk) • Health/Dental/Vision insurance • 401K with club contribution • Paid time off • Uniforms • Annual bonus • Employee Meal Key responsibilities of Position • Proper application of pesticides utilizing GPS-enabled sprayers • Management of pesticide ordering, inventory, and tracking • Irrigation management and repair • Moisture management • Management of a multicultural staff of 34 Physical Requirements • Work in extreme weather • Lift 50 pounds frequently • Stand and walk for extended hours • Bend and kneel for up to 5 hours • Operate vehicles and equipment for several hours at a time About Maroon Creek Club Located in the paradise known as Aspen, the Maroon Creek Club provides its members with an extraordinary experience on every visit. Members of Maroon Creek Club have the privilege of enjoying some of the country's best golf while immersing themselves in the unsurpassed beauty of the neighboring mountaintops. At the forefront, the spectacular Tom Fazio-designed golf course offers players a unique and challenging experience that makes this course truly one of a kind. An active tennis membership enjoys competing on eight outdoor HarTru courts and four pickleball courts during Aspen's peak summer months and 4 HarTru indoor courts year-round. Maroon Creek Club's newly renovated pool bar includes an indoor-outdoor lounge and bar, kids splash zone, water slide, poolside lounge chairs, and dining offerings for all family members.
- $75,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Hampton Golf, Inc. - Laurel Oak Country Club, - updated Tuesday at 08:51 PM - Sarasota, Florida
Laurel Oak Country Club, a private member-owned Golf and Country Club located in beautiful Sarasota, FL, is excited to announce an exceptional career opportunity of Golf Course Superintendent. Laurel Oak Country Club features two championship golf courses, state of the art tennis, swim center with Olympic size pool along with year round casual and formal dining, offering our Members and guests a truly memorable culinary and dining experience. $90,000 - $110,000 a year dependent upon experience Full health care benefits package, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k with company match, cell phone reimbursement and paid time off. Our Culture and Values provides Team Members with a rewarding lifestyle and work/life balance. Job purpose The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for agronomic management and daily maintenance of the golf course, clubhouse grounds and common areas as directed by management. Duties and responsibilities Monitors weekly schedule for maintenance team and submits schedules to the Director of Golf GM. Keeps accurate payroll records and monitors payroll to minimize employee costs, while meeting the goals of the facility. Responsible for requisitioning, interviewing and screening potential employees, eventually hiring, orientation, training (responsibilities, safety, accuracy, quality workmanship, preventive maintenance, course etiquette and member relations )and monitoring 90 day probationary periods and daily employee performance. All necessary forms must be completed and submitted before employees begin work. Responsible for documenting performance during the 90 day probation period, annual proficiency, on-going training and informational meetings with team. Responsible for documenting cause for dismissal and when supported by the payroll company and the Director of Golf GM, terminating any employees. Develops and proposes maintenance budgets for the golf course, club house grounds, village center grounds and common areas, while operating within the established financial boundaries. Establish and administer safety programs, while monitoring the employees adherence to safety procedures. Ensure compliance with operating guidelines pertaining to state and federal laws, along with government rules, regulations and licenses. Establishes standards and supervises technical work such as pesticides, fertilization, irrigation and equipment maintenance. Maintains written records including chemical purchase & application logs, irrigation notebooks, machine repair file and weather data. Monitor and ensure adherence to safety regulations pertaining to storage and application of chemicals. Determine equipment and supply requirements for the maintenance operation and maintain inventory records, costs, utilization and performance and/or life span of equipment. Responsible to ensure the organization, security and cleanliness of the maintenance building, inventory and equipment. Establish standards and maintain cleanliness of the maintenance building. Establish employee uniforms policy, ensuring employees wear clean uniforms and name tags. Responsible to provide capital improvements for the property to achieve the facilities maintenance standards and long-range goals. Schedules, inspects, evaluates and maintain the entire golf course, clubhouse and village center grounds common areas and personnel performance on a daily basis. Coordinates golf and maintenance activities with the golf professional in an attempt to maximize golf course play without disturbing maintenance projects. Rendering professional advice, opinions, assistance and services to the Director of Golf GM and Greens Chairman as required. Promotes owner, management and member and guest satisfaction by professionally, courteously and diplomatically communicating activities, goals, plans, while receiving input in the same manner. Display telephone etiquette by answer and returning phone calls in a prompt, courteous and professional manner. Attends weekly executive employee meetings as required. Conducts weekly employee meetings for systematic communications in regard to the operation. Provide written information for member newsletters. Annually prepares a full facility written inventory and video records the building and contents for Insurance purposes. A member of the Golf Course Superintendents Association and possess a current state certificate or license as a pesticide applicator.
- $90,000 to $110,000 per year
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By Hampton Golf, Inc. - Laurel Oak Country Club, - updated Tuesday at 08:48 PM - Sarasota, Florida
Laurel Oak Country Club, a private member-owned Golf and Country Club located in beautiful Sarasota, FL, is excited to announce an exceptional career opportunity of Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. Laurel Oak Country Club features two championship golf courses, state of the art tennis, swim center with Olympic size pool along with year round casual and formal dining, offering our Members and guests a truly memorable culinary and dining experience. $65,000 - $80,000 a year dependent upon experience Full health care benefits package, Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k with company match, and paid time off. Our Culture and Values provides Team Members with a rewarding lifestyle and work/life balance. Job purpose The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent. Under the Superintendent's supervision, the Assistant Superintendent directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf course tees, greens, fairways, and cart paths; supervises the maintenance and repair of motorized and other mechanical equipment; and does related work as required. The Assistant Superintendent may serve in the Superintendent's capacity during his/her absence. Duties and responsibilities Assists the Superintendent in the planning and scheduling of daily, weekly, and monthly work and project activities. Performs recruitment, hiring, and monitoring of the Golf maintenance work crew Conduct team member training programs and perform individual or group sessions for new team members. Assist in the administration of safety programs, while monitoring the teams adherence to safety procedures. Assist in the development of the golf course capital projects and the maintenance budget, while operating within the established financial boundaries. Directs and participates in the maintenance of all areas of the golf course as required by the superintendent. Maintain the team member uniform policy, ensuring team members wear clean uniforms and name tags. Assist in the organization, security and cleanliness of the maintenance building, inventory and equipment. Monitors and adjusts the irrigation system daily. Completes the daily irrigation sheet and notes any repairs in the Irrigation Notebook Assists in the maintenance or written records including chemical purchases and application logs, irrigation notebooks, machine repair file and weather data. Monitor and ensure adherence to safety regulations pertaining to storage and application of chemicals. Schedules, inspects, evaluates and maintains the golf course, clubhouse, grounds and common areas and personnel performance on a daily basis. Coordinates golf and maintenance activities with the golf professional in an attempt to maximize golf course play without disturbing maintenance projects. Promotes owner, management, member and guest satisfaction by professionally, courteously and diplomatically communicating activities, goals, plans, while receiving input in the same manner.
- $65,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Mendota Golf Club, - updated Tuesday at 07:27 PM - Mendota, Illinois
SUPERINTENDENT COURSE & GROUNDS ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to the Course and Grounds Chairperson GENERAL: The following job description is general in nature and designed to be used as a guideline by both Grounds Superintendent and the Board of Directors in measuring performance. This is a year round, full time position. 1. Hours of work- 2080/year. It is understood that most of these hours will be worked during the months of May through September, limited hours March, April, October and November. Generally, very few hours required from 12/1 through 3/1. It is expected vacation will be taken during the 12/1 through 3/1 period. Requests for time off will be kept to a minimum from May through September and pre-approved by the Course and Grounds Chairperson. 2. Responsible to efficiently maintain the Club’s grounds, buildings and equipment. This will require hands on work as well as hiring and supervising Grounds employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES- • Determining the need for irrigation, seeding rates, fertilization rates, cutting turf grass on fairways, tees, greens, and roughs; raking sand traps. Performing and assigning the tasks as needed. • Provide for the proper care and cultivation of shrubs, trees, and flowers; pruning, trimming and spraying. Including the application of pesticides, fertilizer, fungicides, and insecticides to treat the course. • Oversees the irrigation system, repairs broken lines or valves for water system and other emergency repairs. • Ensures all Grounds employees are trained in the proper operation, care, and maintenance of equipment. • Performs or arranges for maintenance and repair on equipment. • Comply with all federal, state and local laws governing course and grounds maintenance and grounds employees. 3. Proper and effective accounting of expenses related to the above. 4. Preparation of requests for capital and unusual operation expenditures 5. Responsible for creating and maintaining good relations with the Membership, other employees, community and guests, consistent with the objectives of the Club. 6. Cooperate with the Club Manager. 7. Responsible for health and safety of employees, members, and guests. 8. Responsible for miscellaneous tasks as assigned by the Course and Grounds Chairperson.
- $55,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Northmoor Country Club, - updated Tuesday at 07:04 PM - Highland Park, Illinois
Here at Northmoor Country Club we strive to produce as much growth and development as possible. We cater how and what we teach based on your skill set. Everyone has different backgrounds and experiences, so we start with where you left off in your past work experience. Whether you’re just starting off in the golf/turf industry, or you’ve completed several internships and have are looking to hone in on some skills, our goal is to push you to the next step of your career. Northmoor provides both an agronomic challenge as well as an introduction to leadership within an agronomic operation. Everything we practice here is relevant, practical and will be applicable to the rest of your career. There is strong potential for advancement here, but with the right mindset we guarantee you will leave here propelled towards your goals. We aren’t looking for another abled body but instead a motivated and ambitious individual that sees themselves as a future leader. Somebody that isn’t searching for a title but looking to increase accountability and acquire any opportunity to get the job done. Northmoor recently hired Tyler Rae to completely renovate 9 of our 27 holes. Two multi-acre ponds were moved, 250 trees were removed, and a completely new routing was built by Duininck Golf and Leibold Irrigation to solve flooding issues commonly found in this part of the state. The new Nine is complete with variable-depth greens seeded to Pure Distinction, Piranha/Barracuda fairways, Better Billy Bunker/ProElite sand, Toro 2-wire irrigation system with Infinity heads, new pumphouse and new pumpstation. As of September, we are fully grown-in, have had a successful first year, and are starting in on detail work, continued drainage, and tree planting. Below is a list of tasks that will be at the core of your skill set as well as events to look forward to. · Hand Watering, emphasizing in greens moisture management · Introduction to golf course building methods including variable-depth green construction · Exposure to high level turfgrass maintenance and the relationship between playability and aesthetics · Cultural practices and insight into ISTRC testing · Drainage installation · Irrigation repair, troubleshooting, programming · Tank mixing and pesticide applications · Fertilizer applications and necessary calibration procedures · Budget workshops and Early Order strategies · Resume workshop · Tour nearby agronomic operations · Volunteer offsite tournament · Leading small crews and scheduling for a week Here you will not only learn the how but the why behind it. Questions and dialogue are encouraged at Northmoor and expect to work closely with Brian (Director of Agronomy), Jeff Cholewa (Senior Equipment Manager), Jack Porter (Senior Assistant Superintendent) and Alex Euse (2nd Assistant Superintendent). As a team we have experienced golf courses in all corners of the U.S. Our experiences and networks will be made available to you. Not ending there you will be given access to spray records, budgets, irrigation scheduling, management strategies and problem solving, as well as the club schedule and how we plan and organize on a daily and weekly basis. We don’t work for the CIA, holding information back from you doesn’t help either of us, so the more you ask, the more you will learn. We have a large 4,000 sq. ft. house made available on location next to the maintenance shop with all the essentials. TV’s, kitchen appliances, furniture, beds, multiple bathrooms, and fast Wi-Fi. We are located walking distance to Ravinia, home of the best outdoor music venue in the Chicagoland and a train station that will bring you to the heart of downtown Chicago. Summers require long days and weekend shifts, yet a work life balance is important to us as well. A willingness to add another positive attitude is paramount to the culture we have created at Northmoor allowing us to enjoy our time spent on grounds.
- $21 to $21 per hour
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By The River Club, - updated Tuesday at 07:03 PM - Suwanee, Georgia
Overview The River Club is a private, secluded escape located less than an hour north of downtown Atlanta, GA in the historic suburb of Suwanee. A resort-style lifestyle that caters to those seeking the ultimate in family fun and recreation. All centered around a championship golf course and the Lakeside Sports Center featuring 3 pools, 8 tennis courts and a 24-hour fitness center all of which provide the ultimate country club experience. Established in 2005 as the centerpiece of the number one luxury community in the state of Georgia. The River Club is a certified Audubon Sanctuary and nestles up to the famed Chattahoochee River that includes a 32,000 square foot mountain retreat style clubhouse offering indoor and outdoor dining with breathtaking views. Golf Course The River Club, a beautifully designed championship golf course by Greg Norman, presents a unique and compelling challenge for players of every level, while providing one of the most luxurious golf experiences in the greater Atlanta area. Measuring nearly 7,200 yards, our par 72 golf course opened in 2005 and has become the focal point within The River Club community. The River Club has hosted two US Open local qualifiers and most recently the Georgia State Mid-Amateur Championship. From our meticulously maintained Tif Sport Bermudagrass fairways to our pristine A1/A4 Bentgrass greens, we work tirelessly to showcase an exceptional golfing environment to all our members and guests. Job Summary The First Assistant Superintendent is responsible for all golf course maintenance operations, and staff under the leadership of the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure healthy growth of the golf course and clubhouse grounds grasses, trees, and other plant materials. The duties include assessing and providing guidance and expertise to maintain rigorous industry and environmental standards in turf quality, including use of specialized knowledge in various fields of agronomy and horticulture. Daily Operations · Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff · Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications. · Daily water management of Greens, Tees, and Fairways · Daily evaluation of turf for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc. · Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services. · Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Senior Management and Human Resources as necessary. · Effective communication with staff, members, and other management.
- $60,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Sponzilli Landscaping Group, - updated Tuesday at 06:45 PM - Fairfield, New Jersey
Lawn Care Turf and Plant Technician Sponzilli Landscape Group is a growing, family-owned company and a well-known brand in the Northern NJ landscape market. We take pride in exceptional service and providing opportunities for growth to self-directed, motivated professionals. Currently, we are seeking an experienced professional Lawn Care Applicator who is career-minded, detail-oriented, and takes pride in a job well done. The ideal candidate will be independently driven, enjoy learning new things, and self-motivated. In this role, you will serve as a key point of contact for residential customers, ensuring service “Stands Apart” and that lawns and landscaping are a representation of our promise of excellence. Job Description: · Performs daily inspections on all softscape items such as lawns, flowers, plants, and trees. · Application of basic fertilizers and pesticides to turf. · Application of basic fertilizers and pesticides to flowers, plants, and trees. · Proper application techniques and safety in handling material and equipment. · Making recommendations for care and maintenance. · Keeping accurate record keeping on paper and electronically. · Use of hand tools, small equipment and heavy machines as needed.
- $24 to $26 per hour
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