- 50Golf Course Superintendent
- 172Assistant Superintendent
- 322nd Assistant Superintendent
- 5Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 39Equipment/Shop Manager
- 28Turf Equipment Technician
- 8Assistant Equipment Technician
- 17Spray/Applications Technician
- 22Irrigation Technician
- 6Irrigation Manager
- 1GPS Mapping Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 10Sports Turf Manager
- 5Sports Turf Technician
- 6Landscape Manager
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 4Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 6Crew Foreman
- 5Equipment Operator
- 37Grounds Staff
- 29Seasonal Intern
- 2Construction Shaper/Crew
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 7Sales Representative
- 4Sales Manager
- 3Product Support Manager
- 1District Manager
- 1Director of Operations
- 1Operations Manager
- 1Branch Manager
- 1Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Pro Shop/Golf Manager
By Green Landscapes, - updated March 15 - New Castle, Colorado
Landscape and irrigation installation and maintenance to custom homes in the Aspen Valley.
- $20-$30HR DOE
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By TPC Boston, - Norton , Massachusetts
TPC Boston is a private par-72, 7,241-yard golf course located in Norton, MA. Originally designed by the legendary player/designer Arnold Palmer, TPC Boston’s award-winning layout was redesigned in 2007 by Gil Hanse. The golf course is crafted to fit seamlessly into the natural New England landscape and excels in the areas of resource conservation, water quality management, integrated pest management, wildlife/habitat management and education/outreach The Equipment Manager is responsible for managing the equipment maintenance repair operations for the Golf Course Maintenance department. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of general business practices as applied to golf course operations practices and procedures preferred Thorough knowledge of turf equipment maintenance operations and procedures as would normally be acquired through a secondary education or trades training or 3-5 years of equivalent experience in turf equipment maintenance and repair Strong mechanical skills with thorough knowledge of hydraulic and electrical systems, gasoline and diesel engine operation, repair and maintenance Basic computer skills required Prior supervisory experience preferred but not required RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES Develop, implement and maintain a preventative maintenance program for each piece of equipment used in the golf course maintenance operations Work closely with the Director of Golf Course Maintenance Operations developing an annual operating budget for equipment maintenance Train and instruct Equipment and Preventative Maintenance Technicians on proper procedures to follow while performing the daily assigned tasks required Perform all routine preventative maintenance and curative maintenance which is required to keep the equipment in good condition Establish and maintain proper parts inventory levels Record all daily service records utilizing approved forms and equipment maintenance software, including task performed and inventory used and replenish inventory as needed Manage equipment fleet preventative maintenance and repair, schedules, parts inventory, and maintenance repair history for each piece of equipment through the use of departmental approved software Procure bids (three minimum) for all replacement parts and/or service work performed outside of the maintenance operations as detailed in the Golf Course Maintenance Operations Manual Maintain logs for each piece of equipment regarding daily usage and fuel consumption Provide assistance in training the golf course maintenance staff in the proper use of equipment Ensure equipment maintenance shop and all appropriate areas are clean, organized, and provide a safe working environment for departmental staff. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT This job operates in a professional office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; sit; kneel; use hands to handle or feel; and talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, color vision, distance and peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. An essential function of the job is to be able to comply with all applicable federal, state and local safety and health regulations that would apply to this job. This job description reflects the assignment of essential functions and may be modified as needed; it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. The information contained herein is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job, nor is it intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and abilities required to do the job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to a variety of outdoor weather conditions. Position is very active and requires lifting, pulling or pushing up to or over 75 pounds, moving and/or lift items with awkward weights. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, color vision, distance and peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. An essential function of the job is to be able to comply with all applicable federal, state and local safety and health regulations that would apply to this job. This job description reflects the assignment of essential functions and may be modified as needed; it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. The information contained herein is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job, nor is it intended to be an all-inclusive list of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Ensure that all equipment is kept clean and is in safe working condition at all times Required to wear personal protective clothing and/or use protective equipment to comply with established safety operating standards Special projects or other duties as assigned
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By Shannopin Country Club, - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Shannopin Country Club is in search of a highly motivated individual with mechanical ability who either has experience with small engine, automobile or can be trained to fill the position of golf course mechanic. The job would include learning the golf course maintenance operation and the role of each piece of equipment, how to operate the equipment and perform the various jobs, and how to service and repair the equipment so that it is running at optimum performance. This individual will work closely with current golf course mechanic who has 40+ years of experience. Adjusting height of cut, diagnosing equipment issues, rebuilding motors and pumps, replacing roller bearings and seals, basic small engine service and repair, are typical daily requirements for this position. This is a full-time, year-round position with benefits.
- $22.00-25.00/hr DOE, negotiable
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By Shannopin Country Club, - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Shannopin Country Club is seeking a well-qualified assistant golf course superintendent. Designed by Emil Loeffler, the club opened for play in 1920. Shannopin recently celebrated its 100th year anniversary. The club is eager to find a motivated, qualified applicant to help lead Shannopin towards its future goals. The club recently completed the installation of new greens’ loop irrigation around all 18 greens and the practice facility. This system features Rainbird IC, efficient in and out sprinkers and new turf type tall fescue sod on all green complexes. Long term goals feature bunker renovations and the implementation of a fairway topdressing program. The ideal candidate shall possess a keen eye for detail and the ability to anticipate and correct problems as they arise. The candidate shall desire to advance in the industry and must display the proper attitude and dedication to do so. Working closely with the golf course superintendent, the candidate will further develop their skillset with the overall goal of attaining a superintendent position in the future.
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By Westchester Hills Golf Club, - White Plains, New York
Westchester Hills Golf Club in White Plains, New York is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of Assistant Superintendent. Westchester Hills Golf Club is in process of property wide improvements. Currently undergoing golf course master plan including full course bunker renovation, greens surface expansion, complete irrigation renovation, and recently finished XGD installation. This position will offer an experience not only in golf course management, construction and grow in, but will also offer exposure to elements of construction and improvement of the other facets of the operation including clubhouse, tennis, and pool. We are looking for an individual that is hardworking with a positive mindset, who wants to excel in the industry. The individual should have strong communication skills and the willingness to learn. Working alongside and reporting to the Superintendent, the right candidate will be directly involved in day-to-day operations of the Agronomy department. Duties will include staff management as well as irrigation and agronomic responsibilities. This is a professional position, and the Assistant Superintendent must be able to demonstrate a high level of agronomic and management competency as well as be personable and have a good attitude. This is a salaried management position, and will come with an expected 50-60 hour workweek minimum in season.
- $85,000+ Negotiable DOE
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By Champions Golf Club, - Houston, Texas
The day to day responsibilities of this position are all dependent on the individuals experience, skill level, aptitude, and desire to improve themselves. With two golf courses to maintain, this would be a great opportunity to gain exposure to all aspects of golf course maintenance. This includes but is not limited to: mowing greens, tees, fairways, and roughs, proper fertilizer and pesticide calibration/application, and water management. Interns will work closely with The Director of Agronomy, Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents in all forms of golf course maintenance.
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By Champions Golf Club, - Houston, Texas
The Horticulturist will be responsible for the care and maintenance of all ornamental beds throughout the property which includes the clubhouse, accounting building, guest cottages, as well as the two golf courses. The ideal candidate will possess the vision and ability to elevate the quality of the landscape. This position will work closely with and report to the Director of Agronomy and will be responsible for managing and working alongside a crew of 3-5 employees.
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By Champions Golf Club, - Houston, Texas
· Under the direction of the Equipment Manager, the Assistant Equipment Manager assists and/or works independently repairing and maintaining various gasoline, diesel, and electric-powered golf course maintenance equipment and vehicles. The Assistant Equipment Manager also assists in maintaining a clean work area and maintenance building, contributing to an organized and efficient work facility.
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By Eastman Community Association, - Grantham, New Hampshire
The right candidate will assist the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent with supervising up to 20 staff. He or she will be part of planning, supervising and budgeting all of the aspects of the golf course, beaches, Har-Tru tennis courts, ski and hiking trails. Assist with scheduling staff. Assist with delegation, prioritizing and instructions of assigned tasks to staff. Training of equipment operation. Assist with hiring/disciplinary actions. Assist with inventory and ordering supplies. Assist with keeping accurate records of application of chemical and pesticides. Upholding high expectations of staff and their quality of work. Other duties assigned by the Superintendent. Support Common Properties Maintenance team during winter storms and other emergency situations.
- $21.00 Hour
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By Geneva National Golf Club, - updated March 15 - Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
About Geneva National Golf Club Based in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin's premier resort town, Paloma Resorts’ Destination Geneva National has made legendary golf a tradition for 30 years in Southeast Wisconsin. Here Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Lee Trevino each carved out a signature course as timeless as the game itself. From 54 holes of the finest risk-reward golf, award-winning dining, and upscale on-course lodging, Destination GN continues to grow and evolve to meet the needs of today's golfer, traveler, and foodie. As the assistant you will work closely with the superintendents on a daily basis. You will also be able to fill in for them during their absence. Job responsibilities include Supervision Daily course setup Daily course maintenance Chemical/Fertilizer calibration and application Irrigation setup, control, and moisture management Tournament setup when required Assist in planning and execution of various projects Disease scouting
- Negotiable based on experience
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By Edgewood Valley Country Club, - updated March 14 - La Grange, Illinois
Edgewood Valley Country Club is seeking a highly motivated, positive Assistant Superintendent to join our grounds team. The role of this position is to assist and report to the Grounds Superintendent with all responsibilities included in providing the club with daily championship culture and course conditioning. Edgewood Valley CC is located in La Grange, Illinois approximately 20 miles west of downtown Chicago. It is a family-oriented club that provides golf, tennis, paddle tennis, pool and dining. The course was designed by William H. Diddel in 1925. It is an 18 hole parkland style golf course set on a 160 acre rolling property. Mainly consisting of Poa annua greens and fairways, Edgewood prides itself on it's bright aesthetics and fast greens. There are exciting opportunities for the grounds staff coming in the next several years including a bunker renovation and full irrigation redo. Postion Expectations: Lead 18 person team with a positive attitude Assist in planning, communication and execution of daily tasks Plan, purchase, calibrate and safely apply pesticides and fertilizers Obtain Illinois applicators license within 90 days of hire Help with budget planning and spending tracking Manage payroll and labor hours Communicate with Equipment Manager about necessary repairs or breakdowns Attend any committee meetings Responsible for supervision and assistance with irrigation and drainage repair/install Perform all other tasks necessary to the success of the club, team and golf course
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By Moonlight Basin, - Big Sky, Montana
JOB OVERVIEW: Under the direction of the equipment manager and/or the golf course superintendent, the assistant mechanic assists and/or works independently of the equipment manager in repairing and maintenance of various gasoline- and diesel-powerered equipment. . This position will assist with winter responsibilities including snow removal & grooming, and various tasks associated with maintaining the golf course grounds during the summer. This associate is also responsible for maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building, contributes to a preventative maintenance program, and places safety procedures as a top priority. Standard Specifications: Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbent will possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently.
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By New Haven Country Club, - updated March 14 - Hamden, Connecticut
New Haven Country Club is a private 18 hole golf club that was founded in 1898. NHCC has hosted 25 professional and amateur regional and CSGA events in the club's history. Hosting the 2022 Connecticut Open. The golf course has 4 acres of A1/A4 bentgrass greens and 30 acres of bent/poa/rye fairways/tees. Summer staff of 15.
- $70,000 to $75,000 DOE
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By Rolling Hills Country Club, - Wilton, Connecticut
Are you looking to propel your career as an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent into the future? Come apply to Rolling Hills Country Club where Assistant Superintendents are valued as key employees on the turf maintenance team. Ideal candidates are: · Self-starters · Willing to learn · Prideful in their work · Excited to be on the golf course Assistants will be mentored by the Senior Assistant and will report to the Golf Couse Superintendent. The right candidate will be exposed to all facets of golf course maintenance and gain some experience with staff leadership as well. A successful hire will be one who adds to a positive and fun working environment with the emphasis on preparing that candidate to become a Golf Course Superintendent in the future. Rolling Hills Country Club is a private country club located in Wilton Connecticut. The Par 71, 6800 yard golf course was originally designed by Alfred Tull and built in the early 1960’s. Rolling Hills has been following a Master plan developed by Tripp Davis and Associates and completed the bunker portion of the plan in 2019. Rolling Hills is currently working with Golf Water to develop plans to replace the Toro irrigation system that was installed in 1999. The pump station will be replaced in 2022. Rolling Hills also boasts a short game practice area, driving range, indoor teaching facility, fitness center, pool facility and racquets facility consisting of 7 har-tru tennis courts and four paddle courts in addition to the golf course.
- 65,000- DOE
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By Turf Trade, - updated March 14 - Mullica Hill, New Jersey
The Turf & Ornamental sales rep responsible the South Eastern PA territory will develop new business, manage existing accounts and maximize sales opportunities. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for developing and achieving sales through the direct sales channel Focuses on growth and continued development of existing clients and generating new business Writes business plans for all current and opportunity tender business Plays an integral role in new business pitches and is responsible for on boarding Ability to work together with all levels of a company Responsible for working with management to forecast customer needs Become involved with green industry related councils or association KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Highly self-motivated Strong account management and relationship building skills Time efficient in regards to communication with both clients and internal team
- Competitive with Commission
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By Whippoorwill Club, - Armonk, New York
The Whippoorwill Club is in Armonk New York, on the Northern end of Westchester County. Founded in 1928 and designed by Charles Banks, Whippoorwill is a private club offering membership amenities such as tennis, pool and paddle tennis. A new Rain Bird irrigation system was installed in 2015; a new state of the art turf maintenance facility was built in 2016; new range and short game practice area in 2017 and clubhouse upgrades in 2018, which included the addition of golf simulators for the winter months. Future projects for the course include bunker renovations to the Better Billy Bunker and tee reconstructions working off a Long-Range Plan with Architect Tripp Davis. Club Website: https://www.whippoorwillclub.org Club Instagram: whippoorwill_club The selected candidate will work closely with the Superintendent and Senior Assistant and work as a team member to meet club goals and membership expectations. Assistant will be involved in all aspects of golf course maintenance and play a large role in daily maintenance but not limited to; calibration, pesticide/fertility applications and record keeping, crew management, hand watering, irrigation troubleshooting and repair.
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By Ticonderoga Golf Corporation, - Ticonderoga, New York
Ticonderoga Golf Course (TGC) is a top class 18-hole public golf course located in the Lord Howe Valley at the northern tip of Lake George near the Vermont boarder in historic Ticonderoga, NY. The course has been operating for almost 100 years, has been significantly improved over the past 7 years and features many new greens, tee boxes and fairways. Additionally, the club house, Seymour’s Restaurant, Tap Room and Patio are new in 2021 and enhance the TGC experience. TGC has seen a significant increase in annual permit holders as well as public play making this an exciting time to join our team. Position: The TGC seeks a “hands on” golf course superintendent to provide golf course maintenance operations. Duties and responsibilities The TGC has undergone an extensive course renovation and the board seeks a dedicated and qualified professional to manage the course maintenance operations. The Superintendent will be involved in the annual setting and prioritization of TGC Course tasks to include: Ø Turf Management - greens, tee boxes, fairways, including oversight of mowing practices Ø Equipment Evaluation and Maintenance Ø Budget Creation and Oversight Ø Coordination of Maintenance Staff Personnel Ø Maintenance Building Oversight Ø Irrigation System Operation and Maintenance Ø Oversight and Management of Course Improvement Projects Ø TGC Board Interaction, setting of TGC Course policies Ø Maintenance of Clubhouse grounds The Superintendent role will include, but not be limited to the following: ü Order, inventory, apply, and maintain all seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemical applications in accordance with applicable laws and regulations of Federal, NYS, and Adirondack Park agencies. ü Evaluate, recommend, and supervise the purchase, lease, use, and maintenance of golf course equipment. ü Coordinate with the TGC Board on preparing a plan and budget for staff, golf course operations, and course improvement projects. ü Evaluate current staff, recruit, hire, supervise, and mentor employees to create a cohesive unit in accordance with Federal, and NYS laws. ü Monitor course conditions and quickly address situations before they become a problem. ü Maintain a safe, clean, secure, and operationally functional maintenance building. ü Work with TGC grounds committee, contractors, and designers on oversight and organization of course improvement projects. ü Overall interaction with TGC Board and Golf Professional on golf course operation policies, scheduling of events, and related matters.
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By Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club, - updated March 13 - Tampa, Florida
At ClubCorp, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. CLUBCORP HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY We are ClubCorp, the largest owner and operator of private clubs nationwide with 200+ country clubs, city clubs, athletic clubs and stadium clubs. Bringing people together is our passion. We are a community and lifestyle for golfers, thought leaders, foodies, dynamic women, young executives and families. We are in relentless pursuit of the ultimate experience for our Members and innovation guides our future. Experience our championship golf courses, work spaces, handcrafted cuisine, resort-style pools, tennis facilities and fitness centers. Come discover a Life Lived Well. Celebrating More Than 60 Years – Building Relationships & Enriching Lives Since its inception in 1957 in Dallas, Texas, ClubCorp has operated with the central purpose of building the relationships and enriching the lives of its Members. As the largest owner and operator of private clubs, ClubCorp brings its Members a higher and more consistent level of service and an unwavering commitment to make the club the Members’ home away from home. Our Mission We provide first-class amenities, industry-leading benefits and unparalleled service to our Members and guests. Premier Golf in Tampa. The centerpiece of Tampa Palms' golf program is our certified Audubon Sanctuary course designed by the legendary Arthur Hills. Routed through a beautiful wetland which is home to native-Florida plants such as pine and palmetto flats, this scenic and challenging track is a very stern test of golf. You’ll play around magnificent laurel oaks and through the wilderness preserve areas with beautiful views of the water – and the continuous loop course doesn't bring you back to the clubhouse till after the 18th hole. JOB SUMMARY The First Assistant Superintendent is responsible for golf course maintenance operations, and staff under the leadership of the Golf Course Superintendent to ensure healthy growth of the golf course and clubhouse grounds grasses, trees, wetlands, and other plant materials. The duties include assessing and providing guidance and expertise to maintain rigorous industry and environmental standards in turf quality, including use of specialized knowledge in various fields of agronomy and horticulture. Based on such knowledge, the First Assistant is responsible for making recommendations and decisions to address or direct others to address any issues with turf quality in conjunction with the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent. The First Assistant Superintendent will participate in hiring, training, and developing all staff, to include ensuring the staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state and federal guidelines for safe working conditions. Why CLUBCORP World’s Largest Network of Private Clubs and Golf Courses. High-end Country Clubs in family focused environments. Work/Life Balance. Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k. Competitive Pay. Additional career and earnings growth. Upward mobility in the world’s largest network. DAY-TO-DAY Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff Assign and evaluate performance of daily tasks Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications Daily water management of Practices Greens, Tees, and Fairways Daily setup of course for member playability Manage daily employee projects Daily management of traffic control Daily evaluation of turf for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc. Identify efficiencies and make recommendations Ensure that Three Steps of Service are followed by all Staff: i. Warm welcomes- greeting members and guests in a professional manner upon interaction ii. Magic moments- creating the more memorable experiences for members and guests during their visits and iii. Fond farewells- sending the members and guests off with a positive experience. Ensure all company policies, standards of operations, manuals, standards of conduct, safety rules, and policies against harassment are strictly followed by all staff and member/guests (including prompt intervention, investigation, and documentation). Conduct performance evaluations of Golf Course Maintenance staff and crew as directed in a timely basis. Provide appropriate feedback to staff, and recommendations to Senior Management regarding compensation, advancement, and training needs. Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary. Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services. Develop relationships with members to promote golf activities. Immediately address and resolve member/guest complaints. Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management. Ability to work well under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks, and attention to details. Ensure that all direct reports adhere to ClubCorp standards regarding dress code. Conduct oneself in a professional manner and always maintain a professional image.
- 45,000 - 55,000
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By Kanon Valley Country Club, - Oneida, New York
Kanon Valley is an 18-hole semi-private golf course located on the border of Oneida and Canastota in the Mohawk Valley. Kanon Valley, like many other courses, is experiencing a growth in membership along with increased public play making this an exciting time to join our team and propel the course forward with more resources available. We are looking for a motivated individual that is willing to take a hands-on approach when it comes to every facet of golf course maintenance. Responsibilities will include: - All aspects of course maintenance including assisting with mechanical duties - Pesticide applications and record keeping to remain compliant - Rainbird Stratus II irrigation repair and maintenance - Staff hiring, training, and supervision - Ability to take on projects such as tee and bunker renovation - Maintain a safe working environment - Work with a green committee and board of directors Compensation: - $55 -$60,000 DOE - Local and National GCSAA dues - All costs associated with pesticide license renewal - Golf and Meal Privileges - Vacation and health care compensation negotiable - This position can be flexible regarding months worked per year Please send resume to GM Frank Winker at email@example.com Can call for more information 315-363-8280 Open 3/21/22
- $55-$60,000 DOE
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By Town of Mountain Village, - Mountain Village, Colorado
Job Title: Plaza Services Supervisor FLSA: Non-exempt Effective Date: May 2021 Salary Grade 40: (Min $25.79, Mid $30.30) NATURE OF WORK: Under light supervision, supervises and assists crews with departmental work on a day-to-day basis while overseeing assigned plaza, grounds, and landscape to ensure the proper use, maintenance and upkeep of the Town’s public areas. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: ·Supervises and participates in work to repair and maintain grounds and common areas including paver repair, snow and ice removal, lawn maintenance and irrigation, sweeping and cleaning public areas, removing debris from public places and the environment, upkeep of flower beds and planters; emptying of public trash and recycling receptacles and holiday decorations. ·Assigns daily activities of work crew; leads morning pre-shift meetings; inspects ongoing and completed work is in compliance with high standards and safety requirements; serves as technical support to other workers; maintains work records and log books; provides assistance in ensuring the proper maintenance and upkeep of the Town’s grounds, landscaping, and common areas. ·Assists Manager with interviewing and hiring processes; identifies and responds to the need for corrective actions; assists with performance evaluations, approval of timesheets. ·Supports the Horticulture Specialist in the upkeep and replanting of flower beds; watering, maintenance and weeding of flower beds, pots, and baskets; performs a variety of landscaping functions including planting and pruning trees and shrubs, and mowing and fertilizing, raking, aeration of lawns. ·Supports the Irrigation Specialist with maintenance and upkeep of irrigation systems and water conservation measures. ·Acts as department contact in absence of Manager and supports Manager functions when needed. ·Performs noxious weed management on Town owned property. -Recommends changes to improve the functions and processes of the department; ensures staff compliance with departmental policies, standards, and safety practices. ·Monitors and reports to Manager third party compliance with Plaza policies, programs and projects including special events, plaza uses, plaza vehicle access policies, motorized cart policies, and plaza license agreements, refuse and recycling, resource conservation. ·Acts as point contact for all plaza activities, plaza access permitting, and coordinate with merchants and 3 party contractors needing plaza access. Carries on-call plaza access phone while on duty. ·Manages the Market on the Plaza and coordinates with all vendors for market placement and vehicle load in/load out while providing a safe environment for the public. ·Delivers ongoing staff training in relation to equipment and vehicle operation, workplace safety, specialized tasks, and/or departmental procedures. ·Assists Manager with attainment of Town environmental goals and enforcement of environmental regulations, and research and implementation of environmental policies and procedures when needed; assists with data entry and recording of Town natural gas and electricity usage. ·Oversees and assists the staff in enforcement of town policies and regulations including refuse and recycling, plaza vehicle access, weed management, special events and plaza license agreements. ·Monitors project progress and quality of work performed; reports on project status to Manager or Director. ·Operates a variety of vehicles and equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures; identifies and reports mechanical problems requiring additional repair. ·Performs basic office skills as necessary including review of staff timesheets for manager approval and assistance with data collection and record keeping. ·Assists with the ordering of departmental tools, supplies, equipment, and uniforms. ·Ensures all employees are recognizing, practicing, and enforcing appropriate safety rules and procedures when performing any and all tasks associated with this position; reports all unsafe conditions and work-related injuries to Manager. ·Ensures that all employees are providing friendly and professional guest service information and assistance at all times when in the presence of the public. ·Assists with event operations and participates in the physical set-up and break-down of events; oversees event activities to ensure group activities are in compliance with Town Policies. ·Responds to and resolves problems or issues from the public or staff in a timely and professional manner. ·Acts as a liaison, when necessary between Mountain Village and its residents and guests, subcontractors, vendors, and merchants giving direction and assistance as needed. ·Promotes and observes safe work methods and uses safety equipment; secures work sites as necessary; may attend safety committee meetings, actively participates in and may conduct tailgate trainings ·Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the department’s service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of the team ·Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals. ·Additional duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma/GED with Associates Degree in Natural Resources, Landscape Design, or related field AND experience with grounds keeping, property maintenance, landscape management including lead/supervisory experience or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Demonstrated computer skills in working with word processing, spreadsheet, and email software preferred. Two years of personnel supervision experience preferred. Licenses/Certification(s): Possession of a valid Driver’s License is required. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of grounds keeping/property maintenance; landscape design and maintenance principles; local ecosystems and climate; experience with equipment and tools used in landscaping and grounds maintenance; safety protocols relative to equipment operation; supervisory principles, practices, and methods; municipal codes and regulations; local ecology and climate patterns. Skill in: Supervising staff and coordinating property/grounds maintenance activities; attention to detail; monitoring and reporting repair and maintenance needs; coordinating and participating in maintenance/landscape projects; safely operating departmental tools and equipment; supervising, leading, and delegating tasks and authority; conflict resolution; working effectively with a diverse cultural community; effectively communicating in written and verbal forms; basic computer skills. Environmental Factors: Work is performed primarily in outdoor environments and involves exposure to extreme weather conditions, machinery with moving parts, and hazardous chemicals. Approximate percentage of time spent outdoors: 80% and indoors: 20%. Physical Factors: While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to operate heavy equipment, perform manual labor, climb ladders, stand and walk for extended periods of time, and occasionally lift and/or move items weighing up to 50 pounds. Expectations of All Employees: To support consistent high-quality guest service to everyone in our community, including our co-workers, making Mountain Village a great place to live, work and visit.
- 25.79 minimum
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By Bent Tree Country Club, - Dallas, Texas
Course Description Originally built in 1972, the Bent Tree Country Club par 72 layout was the design work of renowned golf course architect Desmond Muirhead. Utilizing his knowledge of designing courses in the flat terrain of Florida, Muirhead first carved out the many water features around the course and then used the excavated material to form the elevated tees and greens, and to mold the meandering fairways. Over the next few years, multiple species of new trees were added to help define the course flow and to add beauty to the revived cotton farm. Then, thirty years later, in 2002, the Club’s Board of Directors empowered nationally known architect Keith Foster to rebuild and rework the original blueprint and upgrade Muirhead’s design into a more traditional and timeless layout. The result is a beautiful par 71 course that is highlighted by water features testing players on 14 of the 18 holes, 62 chiseled and brilliant white bunkers that define the driving zones and putting complexes, and exquisite Bentgrass putting surfaces, considered by many, especially our Club members, to be the finest in the Metroplex. Fun and challenging, the course annually hosts an assortment of member tournaments for men, women, couples, and juniors. In addition, it has gained the respect of the LPGA by hosting their Mary Kay Classic for three years, as well as the PGA Senior Tour, by hosting the Reunion Pro-Am for three years and the Bank One Championship for two years. In 2014, Bent Tree Country Club hosted the Women's Texas State Amateur Championship and the following year hosted the Men's Texas State Amateur Championships. Champions like Tom Watson, Larry Nelson, Jan Stephenson, Don January, Orville Moody, and many others add Bent Tree Country Club to their impressive list of tour site wins.
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By Grandfather Golf and Country Club, - updated March 10 - Linville, North Carolina
The AIT is responsible for supporting the First Assistant and Superintendent. This position is responsible for applying chemical and fertilizer applications. The AIT is expected to take a lead role in the Grounds Department and step in to make decisions when other superintendents are unavailable. Duties Chemical application record keeping Chemical applications Communicate and assist First Assistant Superintendent with daily responsibilities Monthly sprayer and spreader calibration Irrigation repair, trouble shooting and adjustments Lead Staff Ability to effectively communicate with staff, supervisors and members At least 1-3 years golf course experience with progressing responsibilities Basic computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and irrigation technologies Leadership skills are highly important in this role Mathematical ability to accurately calculate proper rate for chemical applications. Pesticide Applicators License or Ability to obtain applicators license within 90 days of hire date Small crew (3-5 persons) supervision experience NOTES: Additional Salary Information: •Health & Dental Insurance •Life Insurance •401k + Company Match •Uniforms •Meals •Golf Privileges •National and Local Dues Paid •Continuing Education Events Paid
- Competitive salary, DOE
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By North Hills Country Club, - updated March 10 - Manhasset, New York
North Hills Country Club is a private 18 hole golf facility with driving range, chipping area, tennis courts, pickleball courts, pool and fully functional clubhouse located in Manhasset, NY. NHCC is situated 20 miles east of NYC conveniently located right off the Long Island Expressway. NHCC is looking for a motivated individual with the aspiration to become a golf course superintendent. Applicant should be punctual, have the desire to learn and be a team player. The assistant superintendent will help the superintendent and staff with daily maintenance operations of the golf course and report directly to the superintendent. Responsibilities included but not limited to will be golf course setup, maintenance of the irrigation system, spraying, fertilization, staff management, project management, mowing when necessary, syringing turf as well as a myriad of other tasks that fall under the umbrella of golf course maintenance. We promote a strong learning environment with plenty of hands on training. NHCC will continue its capital improvement program with additional drainage projects, pond expansions and tee renovations. Plans are in the works for a new irrigation system as well. Candidate will gain valuable experience by participating in all of these projects. Please email cover letter and resume to: Timothy Benedict firstname.lastname@example.org
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By Hummer Turf Grass Systems, - updated March 10 - Manheim, Pennsylvania
Career Opportunity: As a Turf Manager, you will have a unique opportunity to work on sports and golf surfaces as well as our sod farm. There are not many opportunities that present such a varied and challenging career opportunity. Most of our work is within 2 hours of Lancaster, working on sports fields (municipal, high school, college/university and professional) and golf courses. Ideal Characteristics and Success Traits: Enjoys being a part of a team-based culture with the opportunity to advance their technical expertise, leadership skills, and grow within the organization. Conscientious, thorough, precise, likes to deliver high-quality products and services Manages multiple priorities and enjoys developing others through coaching and training Is a self-starter and is able to independently make decisions in their areas of responsibility Thrives in an environment of trust, problem solving and consistent achievement of high standards Responsibilities and Duties: Safe and efficient operation of sprayers, spreaders, mowers and tractors Ability to safely operate a heavy duty pick up truck and trailer Repair and troubleshooting of irrigation systems Helping our construction division with irrigation installations Fertilizer and pesticide apps on sports fields and sod farm turf Aeration (deep tine, core, solid tine, linear) and clean up on sports and golf Topdressing, overseeding Mowing of sports fields Inspection and diagnosis of turf issues Grow-in of new sod and seed on sports field construction projects Short-term goals and priorities for the Sports Turf Manager: Develop rapport with existing team to understand the culture and operations Learns the standard operating procedures from drainage installation, construction and renovation practices, sports field maintenance and aeration programs, irrigation design and installations. Take ownership in safety and communication protocols Typical Schedule: The majority of the work is Monday through Friday with occasional Saturdays. About Us: Are you looking to join a leader in sports field management in the Mid-Atlantic? Do you want to join a company culture that has a 49-year history staying at the forefront of technology, equipment and industry practices? Do you bring skills in turf construction, renovation and maintenance? Come join Hummer Turfgrass Systems as a member of a growing team, working with warm and cool season sports surfaces throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Hummer Turfgrass Systems is a leader in natural grass sports field construction, renovation, and maintenance. We pride ourselves on our 49 year history of service to the industry while also staying at the forefront of technology and equipment. We are seeking a Sports Turf Maintenance Technician to join our growing team. Click to learn more about Hummer Turfgrass Systems.
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By White Manor Country Club, - Malvern, Pennsylvania
White Manor Country Club is a private, 18-hole facility located in the Philadelphia area. Originally built in 1964 by William and David Gordon and was recently renovated in 2003 by Bobby Weed. We are seeking an individual who possesses a positive attitude, passion for the industry, a strong desire to learn and progress in their career within the industry.
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