- 62Golf Course Superintendent
- 168Assistant Superintendent
- 472nd Assistant Superintendent
- 4Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 35Equipment/Shop Manager
- 25Turf Equipment Technician
- 7Assistant Equipment Technician
- 20Spray/Applications Technician
- 13Irrigation Technician
- 5Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 4Sports Turf Manager
- 3Sports Turf Technician
- 4Landscape Manager
- 8Landscape Technician
- 4Lawn Care Manager
- 9Lawn Care Technician
- 1Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 3Crew Foreman
- 2Equipment Operator
- 17Grounds Staff
- 109Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 12Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
By Southern Hills Plantation Club, - updated December 15, 2022 - Brooksville, Florida
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:
- $19 to $24 per hour
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By Collins Wharf Sod, - updated December 14, 2022 - Eden, MD 21822, Maryland
Collins Wharf Sod is looking to add a highly motivated individual to join our sod production team. This is a great opportunity for someone that is a self-starter, detailed oriented with the ability to handle challenges day to day. The candidate must of have strong communication skills, positive team player with the ability to multi-task, learn and adapt depending on the day to day needs of the business. Job Responsibilities: Safely operates mowers, harvesters, planters, tractors, and/or forklifts as needed on a daily basis Equipment Operators are responsible for ensuring equipment is washed, and filled with fuel, and any assistance with necessary maintenance is completed/reported daily Preventative maintenance on all equipment, which will include routine checks and repairs as needed Support diagnosing, troubleshooting, and reporting all issues and providing appropriate solutions if possible Knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of the profession Please feel free to reach out to Jason Beauchamp by phone - 443-783-5222 or by email Jason@collinswharfsod.com
- $1 to $1 per hour
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By Country Club of Indianapolis, - updated December 14, 2022 - Indianapolis, Indiana
Responsible for all activities related to the care and maintenance of the golf course, grounds, and equipment. Assists the Superintendent with planning and implementing budget and operating plans. Hires, trains and supervises staff. Responsibilities also include applying relevant landscaping, horticultural principles to assure that quality standards are consistently achieved and/or exceeded. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Assist in the development of the annual maintenance budget and operating plan. Implement the plan according to Company operating policies and procedures to ensure cost containment. Plan and implement staffing schedules to ensure quality standards are achieved at minimum employee cost. Supervise and perform various maintenance duties to maintain the golf course in proper playing condition according to Company standards. Supervise then development and maintenance of drainage, irrigation, pumping and water reservoir systems. Supervise all planting, fertilizing and care of turf, plants, shrubs, and trees on the golf course and grounds. Assist with the development and implementation of a fertilizer, aeration and Integrated Pest Management program for proper turf grass and plant care. Supervise course construction projects. Supervise equipment maintenance and repair operations. Establish and implement a cleaning and preventative maintenance program for appropriate equipment, tools, vehicles, etc. Ensure maintenance of all appropriate quality and cleanliness standards including, but not limited to, employee hygiene and uniforms, equipment repair areas, equipment storage areas, chemical and fertilizer storage areas, receiving areas, washing areas, lunch room areas, restrooms, etc. Monitor the purchase ordering and receiving program to maintain proper inventories of supplies and ensure proper quantity and price on all purchases. Ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, OSHA rules and regulations, relating to chemical and fertilizer storage and disposal, employee safety, public safety, etc. Manage employment activities for applicable staff members, including but not limited to, personnel recruitment and selection, performance evaluations, training, compensation, discipline and termination, etc. Maintain accurate records for pertaining to department activities including, but not limited to, labor schedules, course maintenance, construction activities, equipment repair, safety meetings and activities, fertilizer and chemical applications and pest control practices. Assure the efficient and timely submission of all required operational, financial, budgetary and related reports. Maintain knowledge of current and projected industry developments through continuous attention to industry periodicals and participation in relevant trade associations and organizations. Perform other duties as appropriate.
- $40,000 to $45,000 per year
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By Century Country Club, - Purchase, New York
Century Country Club located in Purchase, NY is looking for a driven and eager individual to join the golf course maintenance staff as an Assistant in Training (AIT). Individuals who are looking to enter the golf industry, transfer their skills or advance their careers are highly encouraged to apply. Upcoming college graduates are also encouraged to apply. Our management team and club take great pride in the fact we have developed over 20+ individuals into management level roles throughout the United States, and understand Century Country Club is an accelerator of your goals. We take extreme pride in providing some of the best conditions in the Northeast and metro-New York area. Our reputation affords individuals to develop their skills and network with some of the brightest individuals in the golf industry. What Century Country Club will do for you: Exposure to one of the country's most progressive clubs that is consistently undertaking capital improvements including 2017 complete renovation by Keith Foster, state of the art maintenance facility. Accelerate your career by custom tailoring agronomic, business, operational and leadership development. Strengthen your network of turf professionals from leading consultants, academia, suppliers, superintendents and assistants. Engage you into local seminars, trade shows and professional development training. Initial Priorities of Position: Learn the culture, team, practices and daily operations to ensure a smooth transition. Work alongside mechanic in the winter learning how to grind and set reels, plus general maintenance of equipment Develop administrative skills in record keeping and inventory Develop hand watering skills on greens to produce firm, fast greens without compromising the health of the turf. Actively involved in scouting for disease and insects, execution of pesticide and fertilizer calibrations and applications, and the care of spraying equipment upkeep, spray suits, gloves, boots, cleaners, nozzles, etc. Success traits of individual: Engage and ask questions about all turf related practices. You will get out what you put into your time at Century Country Club. Must learn the game of golf so that you are familiar with the rules and begin to understand how a championship golf course should be set up. Humble, personable and approachable demeanor. Leads by example. Commitment to personal and professional development with the desire to move ahead in the golf course management industry. Keeps a neat and professional appearance, team player, positive attitude, strong work ethic About Us Century Country Club is a H.S. Colt and C.H. Allison course that was built in 1924. At Century, we strive to be second to none in turf conditions and playing conditions for the membership. Achieving these conditions requires a commitment from the individual in the AIT position. There will be responsibilities put on your shoulders to test your decision-making skills, turf knowledge, human relations and if you are assistant superintendent material. Century has a reputation for producing an excellent product for our membership, promoting from within and teaching young turf professionals how to succeed in this industry.
- $22 to $22 per hour
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By Elmira Country Club, - updated December 14, 2022 - Elmira, New York
Elmira Country Club was founded in 1897, hosting multiple New York State amateur championships and is located in Elmira, New York (1 hour west of Binghamton). The front 9 presents a unique challenge with there being over a 1,000 feet of elevation change as you trek through the mountainous terrain, taking in views of the beautiful mountains that Elmira, New York presents. Not only does the golf course have some of the best views in the Southern Tier, but is blessed with 3 acres of 100% Poa annua greens, and 27 acres of carpet like bentgrass fairways. The Superintendent of Greens and Grounds main priority is to deliver championship caliber conditions to a membership that has more than double in the last three seasons and is incredibly proud of their home course. As well as responsibility of the golf course, the head of greens and grounds also oversees a full size Olympic swimming pool, Clay tennis courts, and 2 heated platform tennis courts. The Superintendent of Greens and Grounds will work in coordination with the Club Manager and Head Professional as the club continues to strive to be one of the most prominent clubs in the Southern tier. Job Requirements: Budget maintenance, equipment maintenance (45k a year John Deere lease package exp. 2024), Pesticide applications, Irrigation scheduling, NYS Pesticide license, direct supervisor to grounds team (10+ seasonal help, 2 year round employees), Project manager to potential full bunker renovation. Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation time, 3% match retirement plan, NYS sick time, free lunch meals Call Taryn at 607-734-6251 or email Taryn@elmiracountryclub.com for more information.
- $72,000 to $80,000 per year
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By Westchester Country Club, - Rye, New York
Westchester Country Club is a 45-hole private country club designed by Walter Travis, located approximately 20 miles north of New York City and opened in 1922. Westchester has hosted over 40 PGA Tour events in its long history and most recently hosted the Womens PGA Championship in 2015 and the USGA Women's Amateur in 2021. Westchester features two 18-hole championship golf courses, a 9 hole par 3 executive course, 8 story hotel, grass and har-tru tennis courts, paddle and squash courts, driving range, teaching studio, 7 miles of residential roads around club, and a 67 acre beach club on the Long Island Sound. Westchester is currently working on a Master Plan for the entire club. Assistants will have the opportunity to be heavily involved in the construction and planning for continued work on the Master Plan.
- $56,000 to $72,000 per year
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By Cavalry club, - Manlius, New York
Seeking: · Highly motivated individual with leadership qualities and the ability to work with and train others to elevate their skill sets to the next level · Open minded individual, willing to learn and gain valuable experience for future pursuit of Golf Course Superintendent role. · Passion for the game of golf · Appreciates the provided work-life balance, and is “all in” while on property. If you meet those qualifications please read on and submit your resume… Job Summary: The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent assists in the day-to-day operations of the Golf Course Maintenance Program, including: turfgrass maintenance programs, personnel management, maintenance of irrigation systems, spray applications, and small project execution and leadership. Job Tasks/Duties · Embrace the task of maintaining the golf course and grounds to Championship level standards. · Prepare daily work schedules and train/supervise employees. · Take a proactive approach to developing innovative ideas to maximize productivity of employees and equipment. · Lead by example, motivate and have a sense of ownership, and dedication to a quality product. Hold all team members accountable for their area of responsibility. · Implement cultural practices and Moisture Management to all playing surfaces daily. · Supervise calibration, application, and record keeping of pesticide applications. · Supervise and participate in the operation and maintenance of pumps, irrigation, and drainage systems. · Assist in the implementation of the Master Plan · Assist in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety and personnel discipline.
- $55,000 to $62,000 per year
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By Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, - updated December 14, 2022 - Addison, Illinois
The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County provides opportunities for people to connect with nature. We offer to the public 60 forest preserves, 145 miles of trails, 47 miles of rivers and streams, and 6 nature and cultural centers. We have 6 million visitors each year. The District's mission is, "to acquire and hold lands containing forests, prairies, wetlands and associated plant communities or lands capable of being restored to such natural conditions for the purpose of protecting and preserving the flora, fauna and scenic beauty for the education, pleasure and recreation of it's citizens. Job Purpose This position is to assist the Manager and Supervisor in the planning and directing of employees and programs for a golf grounds maintenance operation at Green Meadows Golf Course in Westmont, Illinois. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Supervise and train employees in assigned work tasks Assist in daily work schedule preparation, inspect course conditions and setup Forecast and scout for fertilizer/pesticide application use. Apply fertilizer and pesticides. Inventory chemicals and horticultural supplies, and maintain records in the computer Maintain and operate irrigation systems and prepare the course for daily play Operate mowers and other equipment to maintain playing surfaces Coordinate flower, tree, and grass plantings Assist Equipment Technician with equipment and tool repair Preform other administration duties and tasks including coordinating with the pro shop, ordering of supplies, limited office tasks, and debris removal and snow removal Perform other duties as required
- $21 to $26 per hour
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By City and County of Denver - Denver Parks and Recreation - Denver Golf, - Denver, Colorado
With eight golf facilities, Denver Golf has something for everyone: one 27-hole regulation golf course, four 18-hole regulation golf courses, one 18-hole executive mountain golf course, two 9-hole par three golf courses, two Miniature Golf facilities, five driving ranges (including the signature Aqua Golf water range), six Restaurants, and Denver Junior Golf - The First Tee of Denver (one of the largest Junior Golf programs in the country). Denver Golf has outstanding course conditions and top-notch guest services for the best value. From urban golf settings to mountain vistas, you will find it here at Denver Golf. Willis Case Golf Course is seeking a full-time Irrigation Maintenance Technician to oversee maintenance and management of the course’s Toro Irrigation System. The Irrigation Maintenance Technician will: Perform irrigation system maintenance Monitor and troubleshoot irrigation system issues as they arise Read irrigation drawings and performs construction and maintenance/repair and replacement of broken parts on various equipment including pipes, sprinklers, hoses, and more Research, introduce, and execute sustainable irrigation practices at the course Inspect facilities and equipment to identify construction, maintenance and repair needs including estimating materials, labor, time and cost of repairs Participate in other course maintenance responsibilities including mowing, snow removal, supervision, customer communication, coordination with Golf Pro Shop, etc. Operate and maintain various lightweight vehicles and equipment; utilize a computer for diagnosing system problems Will at times direct, train, and supervise seasonal course staff and will be the go-to full time staff for all course maintenance and communication on a regular basis Will occasionally work and fill in at other Golf Courses to support general department operations Perform other related duties as assigned or requested
- $21 to $25 per hour
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By Norwood Hills Country Club, - St. Louis, Missouri
About Norwood Hills Country Club Norwood Hills Country Club is a country club located in Jennings, Missouri. Norwood Hills Country Club has a rich tradition and history dating back to the 1920s, when Norwood found its beginning as North Hills Country Club. It has an excellent youth golf program, and is the home course to the University of Missouri St. Louis. It is also known for its high value to cost ratio compared to other area country clubs. The club has hosted many prestigious events including the National Left-Handed Golfer's Championship in 1936 and 1940, the PGA Championship in 1948 won by Ben Hogan, the LPGA Tour's St. Louis Women's Invitational from 1965 to 1969, the PGA Tour's Greater St. Louis Golf Classic in 1972 and 1973, the U.S. Senior Amateur in 2001, and the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur in 2018. The club will also continue to host the Ascension Charity Classic, a PGA Champions Tour event which began in September 2020. Norwood Hills Country Club is seeking seasonal interns for the upcoming summer that will gain extensive knowledge of golf course maintenance practices as well as PGA Tournament experience. As a NHCC golf course Summer Intern you will report directly to the Director of Agronomy and Course Superintendents. You will participate alongside other crew members in numerous activities involved in daily golf course maintenance. This internship will provide you with the knowledge and work experience needed to become an Assistant Superintendent. Interns will be exposed to all aspects of golf course maintenance including crew management, conducting morning meetings, daily crew tasks, and operation of equipment. Interns will also have the ability to work with the Equipment Technician to learn about equipment maintenance and repair as well as shadow the Irrigation Technician. You will also learn how to calculate and calibrate all sprayers and spreaders used in fertilizer and pesticide applications. Other job duties and experiences: Weed and disease identification Hand Watering Equipment operation Golf Course set-up Record Keeping Lead small crews and oversee small scale projects on the course
- $16 to $18 per hour
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By SentryWorld, - Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Golf Digest lists SentryWorld as one of America’s 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses. Come help lead the team that’s responsible for making sure we continue to earn that honor! We are seeking a full time, year-round Assistant Golf Course Superintendent to join us at SentryWorld as we look ahead to the 2022 season and prepare to host the 2023 U.S Senior Open! Apply today to work with some of best technology in the industry and spend your days on one of the finest courses in the country. What You'll Do As our Assistant Golf Course Superintendent, you’ll work with our Superintendent to direct and oversee the operations, staff and maintenance of our beautiful course in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Additionally, you will: Supervise and oversee staff, equipment operation, ground maintenance needs and fertility/fungicide program. Train and supervise a team of up to 35 seasonal associates while ensuring all safety protocols and policies are adhered to. Plan and schedule watering and irrigation cycles according to turf and plant requirements and help to oversee the repairs, maintenance, and designs of the irrigation, pumping and drainage systems. Monitor the grounds for disease and pest infestations and perform/oversee appropriate applications while ensuring all safety procedures and laws are followed. Prepare and maintain inventory and record updates for required supplies, parts, chemicals and equipment. Assist with plant selection, maintenance, and bed designs. Coordinate snow removal as needed. Provide supervision and technical expertise on various projects to ensure timelines/deadlines are met while exceeding expectations for course conditions.
- $55,000 to $70,000 per year
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By North Shore Golf Club, - updated December 12, 2022 - Orlando, Florida
The Equipment Manager will work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure the daily expectations and standards are met. The Equipment Manager must be self motivated, have a positive attitude, and have a keen eye for detail. The equipment manager will be responsible for the planning and implementation of maintenance and service on predominately Toro equipment, record keeping and communication with the superintendent about the equipment and its needs. Experience Requirements Small engine repair Ability to identify equipment issues and ensure proper repairs Basic knowledge of electrical and hydraulic systems Maintenance scheduling of all equipment Welding experience Ability to work with others
- $20 to $23 per hour
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By Tedesco Country Club, - Marblehead, Massachusetts
Facility Name: Tedesco Country Club Facility Location: Marblehead, MA Position / Title: Golf Course Equipment Manager The Equipment Manager reports to the Director of Grounds and works closely with the Asst. Director on the needs of the operation on a daily basis. The Equipment Manager oversees the maintenance of all golf course equipment and places a high priority on safety. Facility Description: Tedesco Country Club is a private, 18 hole golf facility founded in 1903, located on the North Shore of Boston, 20 minutes from the city. The course underwent a 1.6 million dollar renovation in 2017-18 with architect Ron Forse. We strive for day in and out “tournament ready” conditions and providing an excellent golf experience to our members and guests. Experience Desired: Minimum two years golf course experience preferred or a strong background in mechanics and mechanical, electronic and hydraulic systems. Duties Description: The Equipment Manager will be responsible for: Coordination and scheduling of equipment maintenance and repair. Inspect, diagnose and repair mechanical and hydraulic issues of golf course equipment fleet. Grind, set and adjust reel type cutting units Overhaul of engines, transmissions, brakes etc Manage shop areas in a professional manner Manage washwater recycling center Manage gas and diesel fueling station Administrative duties regarding shop operation including purchasing and receiving, record keeping, inventory of parts and materials. Assist in training of staff in proper operation of equipment and daily maintenance. Willingness to participate in grounds operations when needed. Other essential duties as required. Special Skills: Candidates must have a valid MA driver’s license. MA hoisting license must be obtained (club expense) if not presently holding. Own tools a plus. Must be able to lift, push or pull a minimum of 50 lbs. Willing to start work at 5:30AM. Candidates should have a general understanding of the game of golf and golf maintenance practices. Compensation / Benefits: This full time position will start at a rate of $33-$38 per hour to the successful candidate. Hours in season (April-October) will average 43-46 per week. The club contributes to the health insurance plan, offers dental and vision insurance, 401K retirement plan, vacation and sick paid time off. Limited golf privileges are available. Education Level Required: HS diploma or equivalent Date Position Available: Immediately Application Deadline: Until position filled Apply To: Peter Hasak, Director of Grounds 978.998.2681 How to Apply (electronically or by mail): email resume: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail: Peter A. Hasak, Director of Grounds Tedesco Country Club 154 Tedesco Street Marblehead, MA 01945 Date Posted: 12/12/2022
- $33 to $38 per hour
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By Vineyard Golf Club - Turf, - Edgartown, Massachusetts
We are looking for students to help us regarding maintenance, cultural practices, and completing projects for the upcoming summer of 2023. Included are: daily maintenance practices (mowing, water management, bunker maintenance, rolling playing surfaces, topdressing, course setup), an introduction to our organic spraying and fertilizing program, DryJect, putting the final touches and landscaping of a brand new turf maintenance center (18,000 sq. ft. of new space with employee housing components), we are in the final two years of Billy Bunker install while incorporating a new bunker sand, grow-in of new nurseries and trial plots for in house organic research, and other cultural practices to promote healthy turf. Being involved in organic / sustainable management allows you to think and learn "outside the box" which is a valuable tool for any turf manager moving forward throughout your career. You will see turf disease(s) and learn how to diagnose, overcome & manage them along with other stresses without traditional pesticides. Being fully organic, Vineyard Golf Club will provide you with unique experience through our diverse management practices. Vineyard Golf Club is known as a sustainable leader in the golf course industry which opened in 2002. In 2015, Vineyard Golf Club was awarded "Best New Private Course" through GOLF Magazine, after a complete renovation by Gil Hanse and his team. Vineyard Golf Club is constantly evolving as we have added new tees, extended fairways, and reshaped approaches. We have an exclusive, private membership that takes pride in how we manage our grounds. We continuously set goals high and reach them while maintaining turfgrass in a sustainable way. As an intern, you will be a core member of our team. He or she will be exposed to all aspects of what it takes to maintain a high-end golf club under strict and unique management practices. He or she can expect to work alongside the Assistant Superintendents, and the rest of the crew to complete the daily plan. He or she, will gain exposure to water management, equipment operation, cultural practices, and irrigation repairs. You will meet with the team regularly to set personal goals. Vineyard Golf Club provides a great learning experience. At Vineyard Golf Club, we pride ourselves on our strong internship program. All current Assistant Superintendents and AITs at VGC have come through this program.
- $21 + OT
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By Black Bear Golf Club, - updated December 12, 2022 - Parker, Colorado
Purpose The Equipment/Shop Manager is responsible for maintaining, repairing, and keeping in good working order all the Club’s landscape and golf course maintenance equipment and minor repairs on all maintenance buildings and structures. Responsibilities · Establish and implement preventive maintenance programs for all equipment on inventory in the golf maintenance operation. · Responsible for the repair and maintenance of all golf maintenance equipment · Maintain the mechanics work area and company tools in a clean, well-organized, safe and secure manner. · Utility work including sharpening reels and bed-knifes, disassembling motors and performing general overhauling (grinds valves, repairs transmissions, differentials, carburetors, distributors, fuel pumps, steering systems, starters, generators, universal joints, hydraulic systems, high pressured pumps and valves, install breaks, batteries, tires, wiring and glass and welding work). · Must follow and adhere to all Club/Employee policies, safety and environmental standards as set forth by the company & federal, state and local laws. · Will be responsible for maintaining adequate inventory levels of petroleum products, replacement parts, shop supplies and required recordkeeping. · Will be responsible for the storage and removal of waste oils and other hazardous materials. · Notifies Superintendent of any equipment abuse. · Must be able to multi task and prioritize duties. Job Qualifications · 3 to 5 years in Golf Course Maintenance experience required. · Minimum two-year College Degree in Turf Grass Management or related field required
- $28 to $30 per hour
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By Orange Hills Country Club, - Orange, Connecticut
Orange Hills Country Club is a 18 privately-owned, Geoffrey Cornish-designed public golf course in Orange CT. We are currently looking for an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent to join our team. The Assistant Superintendent shall be forward thinking as we continually strive to find ways to improve. A mindset of “what it can be” is a must as we labor to make not only the golf experience better for members and guests, but also as we work to make the workplace environment special for our agronomy team. The Assistant will be involved in daily maintenance of the course, the clubhouse grounds and will work closely with the Superintendent. This includes watering, course set up, spraying and helping with managing the crew. His or her work will consist of 40+ hours with some weekends off during the season.
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Oak Hill Country Club, - Rochester, New York
Oak Hill Country Club is a 36-hole facility located in Rochester NY. Both championship courses are designed by storied architect, Donald Ross, and the East Course is consistently ranked as a top 25 course in the country and one of the greatest venues for championship golf. Oak Hill will host the 2023 PGA Championship and has been selected to host 2027 US Amateur. In August of 2019, the East Course went through an extensive restoration project led by architect Andrew Green. The successful completion and reopening of the East Course in May of 2020 has led to a Master Plan for the West Course that will be led again by Andrew Green. Currently Oak Hill is looking to fill 2023 internship positions. Individuals selected, will be a core member of our team and have ample opportunities to advance their education at Oak Hill. Students who possess a great work ethic, a positive attitude, and the ability to work as team player will gain substantial experience managing two championship golf courses at the highest level. The internship program has been solely focused on providing our interns with the necessary tools to advance their career. Interns will be given detailed training and guidance into all facets of golf course management with a strong focus on the following: Water management Experience based knowledge of how we manage both USGA Bentgrass greens along with Poa/Bentgrass push-up greens. Calibration, chemical and fertilizer application. (Spray Hawking, Boom Spraying) Irrigation Troubleshooting and repair Numerous agronomic and cultural practices An internship at Oak Hill in 2023 presents a unique opportunity for the right individuals who embrace our motto of “Be The Best.” In addition to filling internship positions, Oak Hill is in the process of building our team for the 2023 PGA Championship, and always have placed a strong emphasis on promoting from within. The potential to move up in our organization and be an integral part of these future championships is an exciting and significant opportunity for young turf professionals.
- $16 to $16 per hour
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By Oak Hill Country Club, - Rochester, New York
Oak Hill Country Club is a 36-hole facility located in Rochester NY. Both championship courses are designed by storied architect, Donald Ross, and the East Course is consistently ranked as a top 25 course in the country. In 2023, Oak Hill will continue its tradition of hosting major championships as the PGA Championship returns to the East Course. Considered one of the greatest venues for championship golf, Oak Hill is excited to welcome back the PGA of America. The past championships that Oak Hill Country Club has hosted include: U.S. Amateur (1949, 1998), U.S. Open (1956, 1968, 1989), U.S. Senior Open (1984), PGA Championship (1980, 2003, 2013, 2023), Senior PGA Championship (2008, 2019), Ryder Cup (1995) Oak Hill Country Club completed an extensive restoration project in 2019, led by architect Andrew Green. The course was reopened for play in May 2020. The project included the rebuilding of all greens and bunkers on the East Course, as well as other course improvements. Andrew Green returned to Oak Hill in 2022 for further additions to the East Course prior to the 2023 PGA Championship. A 2nd Assistant at Oak Hill will be trained in all aspects of golf course management, with a focus on building the necessary skill set to take the next step in their career. At Oak Hill, there is a strong emphasis on promoting from within, and placing assistants into superintendent roles. In the past 18 years Oak Hill has placed 10 assistants into superintendent roles. Oakland Hills Country Club, Wannamoisett Country Club, Canterbury Golf Club, Greenwich Country Club, Roaring Fork Club, Brookside Country Club, Golf Club of Avon, Nashawtuc Country Club, The Club at New Seabury, Brae Burn Country Club.
- $58,240 to $58,240 per year
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By Boca Greens, - updated December 10, 2022 - Boca Raton, Florida
Fleet of John Deere, and Toro equipment up, close 3 to 5 years in hours of operation. New fleet (2) of Toro 3150's and John Deere 8800 have been purchased, and are in the process of being delivered. 2022/2023 purchase order in place to evolve Greens, Fwys, and rough cutting units. 8,000+ maintenance work area with parts room, office, hydraulic lift and table. Everglades Equipment Group, Hector Turf, Napa Auto Parts, Pat's Tires Precision are revolving active accounts. You will be working to provide quality playing conditions that will be enhanced by your experience and knowledge. This is by daily grind of height of cut, reel to bed knive, and consistency. The job in detail will always follow with the communication between yourself, and the golf course superintendent.
- $45,000 to $50,000 per year
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By The Club at Admirals Cove, - updated December 10, 2022 - JUPITER, Florida
Summary: Performs a variety of labor tasks using hand tools and/or light motorized equipment in the performance of his or her duties. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following; · Operates utility vehicles. · Assists in the performance of cultural practices such as mowing, greens aerification, topdressing, etc. · Assists in general clean-up around the golf courses, maintenance facility, and clubhouse. · Performs routine maintenance tasks using light equipment such as Flymos, string trimmers, edgers, pruners, and hedge trimmers. · Operates self-propelled walking mowers on greens and tees. · Pressure clean surfaces as necessary. · Waters plants and collects debris. · Participates in daily routine maintenance of sand traps, cart path edges, tree rings, landscape areas, etc. · Performs a multitude of manual labor functions. · Communicates with members, co-workers, management, and the general public in a courteous and professional manner. · Conforms with and abides by all regulations, policies, work procedures, and instructions. · Exhibits and maintains a professional demeanor to reflect a positive image of The Club at Admirals Cove. · Performs other duties as assigned by the Golf Course Superintendent.
- $14 to $15 per hour
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By The Redding Country Club, - updated December 9, 2022 - Redding, Connecticut
The Redding Country Club is a private country club with an 18 hole golf course designed by Rees Jones, located in Northern Fairfield County. Club amenities include 4 har- tru tennis courts, 2 paddle courts, pool complex, and a 1.5 acre short game facility. RCC's recent investments in its property include a complete rebuilt of its tennis courts, an interior renovation to enhance the club dining experience, and in 2022 started the first phase of a bunker renovation project. Course pictures can be viewed in detail at www.brettchapingolf.com The RCC membership fully supports the success of their staff. Three assistant superintendents have accepted superintendent positions within the past 5 seasons. Opportunities to volunteer at PGA/USGA/LPGA events as our schedule allows creates an additional learning experience. Over 30 scholarships were given to RCC employees in 2022 for education or continuing education opportunities.
- $80,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Terrace Park Country Club, - Milford, Ohio
Job Overview We are seeking a fun, motivated, detail oriented individual to build on our agronomy team as an Assistant Superintendent. This position works in unison with the other Assistants and reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent. The Assistant Superintendent will join our existing Agronomy team and will help guide our department’s day to day operations to present an exceptional experience for our membership Company Overview Terrace Park Country Club is a full-service private club located at the confluence of The Little Miami and East Fork Rivers in Milford, OH. Originally founded across the Little Miami in the Village of Terrace Park in 1910 as a 6-hole golf club, it wasn’t until the late 1920s when the club purchased land from a local farmer and moved to its present location to accommodate an 18-hole golf course and clubhouse. Today, membership enjoys a family friendly atmosphere with facilities to support activities for all four seasons of Cincinnati weather including a full size pool, fitness center, platform tennis, pickleball and an indoor golfing facility. TPCC is poised for an exciting future! The club just completed installation of a new Rainbird irrigation and has approved “Vision 2030” a Golf Course Master Plan by Architect Andy Staples. Job Requirements As an Assistant, you will be heavily involved in daily decision making, staffing, crew leadership, budgeting, project planning, plant protectant applications and moisture management. Successful candidates should have a firm understanding of golf course maintenance practices required to deliver consistent and quality turf conditions. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: An awareness of the construction, establishment and maintenance practices employed on golf course putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs and bunkers. Familiarity with the characteristics and proper use of fertilizers and soil conditioners Experience at managing turfgrasses in the Transition zone Able to prepare the course for play in accordance with the rules of golf Able to evaluate the course from the player's perspective Train and supervise staff Assure assigned tasks are completed to specifications
- $50,000 to $50,000 per year
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By The Club at Ruby Hill, - Pleasanton, California
The Club at Ruby Hill presents the perfect blend of awe-inspiring beauty with gorgeous views, casual elegance and impeccable service that is truly extraordinary! Located in the Livermore Wine Valley, situated on over 225 acres, this Jack Nicklaus Signature Design Golf Course has something for every golfer in Pleasanton. Five sets of tees provide golfers of all skill levels with an enjoyable and challenging game. The distinctive Nicklaus layout incorporates well-contoured bunkers, magnificent water features, natural gulley’s, towering oaks, inspiring vistas and dramatic elevation changes. The Crenshaw bent grass greens and all-weather Bermuda grass fairways are designed especially for year round play. The Assistant will partner with the Superintendent to direct and coordinate golf course maintenance activities such as maintaining quality course condition quality; selecting, developing and retaining employees; exceeding guest expectations.
- $80,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Troon - The Rawls Course at Texas Tech, - Lubbock, Texas
As a key member of the property’s golf course maintenance team, the Assistant Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day-to-day oversight of the maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance complex. Reports to: Superintendent Supervises: Groundskeepers, Irrigation Tech, Crew Forman, Spray Tech, and 2nd Assistant Superintendent Classification: Full Time Pay Range: $60,000+ (based on experience) Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations: Knowledge of tools, methods and materials used in grounds and golf course construction, landscaped area maintenance work and building maintenance and improvement. Operate trucks and light motorized equipment. Knowledge of agronomy, turf grass science and the rules of golf. Working knowledge of basic electricity and hydraulics related to an irrigation system, including automatic valves and controllers and various types of pumps and pumping systems. Knowledge of and ability to perform required role in emergency situations. Position Responsibilities: Oversees and performs ongoing course maintenance activities including project and irrigation management. Completes minor repair on equipment. Operates and maintains equipment. Maintains equipment inventory. Trains personnel in ongoing course maintenance activities. Selects, trains, supervises, schedules and evaluates assigned personnel. Maintains parts and supplies inventory. Assists in the development of equipment purchase specifications. Performs safety orientation and ongoing safety training for all department staff. Supervises Maintenance Shop and runs operations in the absence of the Superintendent. Attends staff meetings. Performs other appropriate tasks assigned by the Superintendent.
- $60,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Highland Golf & Country Club, - updated December 9, 2022 - Indianapolis, Indiana
Highland Golf & Country Club is a 103 year-old, member-owned, private club located in the heart of the Indianapolis northside. The Willie Park Jr./Bill Diddel designed golf course has hosted numerous local, regional, and even national championships since it's conception. Currently, the club has 400 golf members (capped) and plays over 22,000 rounds annually. Highland enjoys a very family-oriented culture, whereas all staff members are focused on providing a sincere welcoming & upbeat environment to all of our golfers no matter of age, ability, sex, etc. In 2017 the club built a 9,400 sq. ft. golf academy which includes multiple trackman units, simulator golf, and a state-of-the-art teaching facility that is used heavily year-round. The Club is in the final stages of planning and intends to break ground on a $1.6 million new maintenance facility in the spring of 2023, along with a complete reconstruction of the current practice range tee as well as building a new short game practice area with multiple greens, bunkers, and bent grass surrounds. Requirements The successful candidate will work well in a fast-paced environment, and possess the ability to multi-task job duties while also keeping focused on the member experience at all times. This position is responsible for providing high quality and consistent playing conditions on all areas of the golf course as well as all common areas within the Club's property. Utilizes the USGA’s best practices to establish healthy greens, fairways and rough in order to maintain a high level of playability. Directly responsible for turf/grass plant material maintenance, property and asset management, personnel management, budgeting and forecasting, financial management, member relations, scheduling, irrigation systems, pesticide and herbicide applications, and compliance with regulatory. Essential Functions, Duties and Responsibilities Responsible for the planning and directing of all related maintenance activities Responsible for the daily direction of the turf, facilities and equipment to ensure the highest quality of golf is provided to players. Responsible for the daily direction of the golf maintenance staff including their productivity levels and adherence to golf maintenance practices. Manages assigned staff according to follow Club policies, applicable contracts and good leadership standards. Has experience in golf course construction projects and is comfortable leading and working with all necessary parties to see projects through completion. Provides leadership and coaching to support development of staff. Utilizes best management practices and USGA standards, observes and quickly formulated action plans to address turf issues. Recognizes, recommends and plans for annual projects, capital projects and repairs that will enhance the playability of the course. Responsible of the accurate and complete recording of personnel, inventory, maintenance procedures, chemical applications, etc. according to retention laws and applicable operating permits. Supervises and participates in the application and recording of chemical applications including fertilizes and pesticides on the course’s grounds according to all local, state and federal regulations. Communicates with staff and players sharing information about the course and increasing their knowledge of maintenance activities; responsible for coordinating with the Golf Shop and Director of Golf planned maintenance in advance to ensure effective communications. Perform any other duties as required of assigned.
- $80,000 to $120,000 per year
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