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By Oakland University Golf & Learning Center, - updated May 26 - Rochester, Michigan
Position Title: Greenskeeper IV Work Schedule: This is a full time position, working 9 months per year. Mid-March through mid-December. The work week is Monday – Saturday from late April through late October. Hours are 6am – 2:30pm and will adjust throughout the season. Position Purpose: Under the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent, establish and maintain University hard-surfaced plant and unplanted areas; may lead other golf course employees. Minimum Qualifications: High school graduation or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have completed a minimum of thirty-seven (37) academic hours in landscape technology or a directly related field. A minimum of three years groundskeeper/landscaping/greenskeeping experience. Must possess and maintain a valid State of Michigan pesticide applications certification. Must possess a valid driver’s license and driving record acceptable to the University by the University’s insurance carrier. Must be willing to work weekends and holidays during the season. Online Application: Greenskeeper IV https://jobs.oakland.edu/postings/28135
- $23 to $24 per hour
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By Congaree, - updated May 26 - Ridgeland, South Carolina
Congaree is an 18-hole private golf club located in Ridgeland, South Carolina. Designed by world famous golf course architect, Tom Fazio, Congaree opened in 2018 and quickly garnered the reputation of being one of the Southeast’s best golf clubs. Currently ranked #39 in “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses”, Golf Digest has also recognized Congaree as being the “Best new Course for 2018.” The property has Champion Bermuda greens with TifGrand Bermuda tees, fairways, and surrounds that are framed by large expanses of sandy waste areas and wondrous live oaks, pine forests, and lowcountry marshes. Its classic plantation-style architecture provides five-star accommodations, dining, and amenities. Congaree’s track record of consistently providing elite playing conditions aided the PGA Tour’s decision to use Congaree as the site for two professional events in the past two years. Most Recently, Congaree hosted the PGA Tour’s 2022 CJ CUP in South Carolina this past October. The golfing season runs from October through mid-June. During the summer months, the Golf Course Maintenance Team uses the course closure to its advantage and conducts a wide variety of cultural practices, conditioning the course for the next season, and fulfilling the expectations of its owner and ambassadors. This season we will begin renovating a hole to improve its functionality as well as aesthetics. Along with that several new tees are planned to be constructed throughout the course. More than just world class conditions and a true test of golf, Congaree’s mission is as unique as the 2,200-acre property. Helping the local community in poverty-stricken areas, Congaree has partnered with programs that assist children and families in need. The Global Golf Initiative was founded at Congaree. Its purpose fulfills the potential of disadvantaged high school students, who have a passion for golf and good academic standing, by providing them with educational, vocational, and golf-instruction aid. Currently, Congaree is in the process of re-establishing Sergeant Jasper Golf Club, a beloved local 9-hole course, to its former glory. The process will involve the complete reconstruction of greens, bunkers, and tee boxes. A rewarding experience for both the Golf Course Maintenance Team and the local community. Qualified candidates will work closely, in a team atmosphere, with the Golf Course Superintendent and Senior Assistant to manage the staff of 30 employees. Duties would include but are not limited to: pesticide and fertilizer applications, equipment calibration, course set up, water management, crew management, record keeping, and scheduling. This would be an excellent opportunity for individuals wanting to learn what it takes to manage a championship caliber golf course.
- $55,000 to $65,000 per year
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By Bay Hill Club & Lodge, - Orlando, Florida
The Bay Hill Club & Lodge is seeking an Equipment Manager for the Grounds Department. We are seeking an individual whom will play a key role leading the Mechanic Operation and overall management of the Maintenance Facility. With a staff of 40 ( includes 2 other full-time Mechanics) - we have a large fleet consisting of Cushman Utility Vehicles and a combination of Toro and Jacobsen equipment. Long associated with Jacobsen - we have formed a new relationship with Toro where many new pieces have been introduced in the past 6 months. Our goal is to convert entirely to Toro within the next 12 months. All "mowers" will be on a 4-Year Lease where other items will be purchased. Otherwise the resources and support are in place to ensure success. Given that we host an annual PGA Tour event (The Arnold Palmer Invitational) each March - this creates a unique networking opportunity with various golf industry contacts.
- $85,000 to $85,000 per year
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By The Architects Golf Club, - updated May 26 - Phillipsburg, New Jersey
Architects Golf Club seeks experienced equipment mechanic for its Golf Course Maintenance department. The ideal candidate will have at least a one-year certificate from college or technical school or 1-3 years of related experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Duties include repairing and maintaining all golf course equipment. Possess the language, mathematical and reasoning skills and physical demands of the position (regularly lift and/or move up to 10-50 lbs; specific vision ability required of close, distance, and color vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus). Job duties include but are not limited to: Conduct and effective preventative maintenance program in conjunction with operators to reduce mechanical failure and poor performance on all golf course equipment Repair of all equipment and golf carts Keep repair and maintenance records on all equipment Inspect, diagnose, and repair mechanical problems for all maintenance equipment Set heights and sharpen blades on the cutting units Make cuts, welds and braze as needed in repairing equipment and mowing units Price comparison on all related parts and materials before ordering Maintain an adequate supply of parts through requisitions to the Purchasing Manager Monitor gas and fuel levels in storage tanks Assure proper disposal of all related hazardous materials Perform other duties assigned by supervisor or manager Properly service and maintain all types of Golf Course Equipment. Assist Superintendent/Assistant in training staff on safe equipment use. Maintain daily sharpness and height of reel mowers. Order parts and supplies to facilitate equipment repair. Spot check equipment performance in the field. Work on the golf course as needed. Carries out preventative maintenance schedules for all equipment. Inspects equipment for operating deficiencies. Repairs and adjusts equipment. Assists in maintaining repair records on all equipment. Assists in establishing and maintaining safety procedures for using equipment. Maintains fuel consumption and supplies records. Maintains inventory of parts and supplies. Maintain a neat, clean and orderly shop operation.
- $28 to $32 per hour
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By Firestone Country Club, - Akron, Ohio
We are Invited. At Invited, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together and about bringing out the very best in life. Invited reflects our proud history of inclusiveness and captures our welcoming spirit. Our unprecedented collection of more than 200 golf and country, city, and stadium clubs share a common goal- building relationships and enriching lives. The time has come to build on our traditions and write new chapters. We welcome you to join us. Invited. Where You Belong. Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio Tradition. Beauty. History. Firestone Country Club is one of golf’s most timeless destinations. 54 legendary holes of golf, spacious overnight accommodations, friendly and professional staff, and outstanding cuisine make for the ultimate golf and country club experience. From the iconic golf heroes of days past such as Snead, Palmer and Nicklaus, to the golfers of the future like Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Ricky Fowler, Firestone Country Club has permanently positioned itself among the elite. From the iconic golf heroes of days past such as Snead, Palmer and Nicklaus, to the golfers of the future like Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott and Ricky Fowler, Firestone Country Club has permanently positioned itself among the elite. Over the years, Firestone has played host to an impressive list of professional golf tournaments. Notable champions of past and present have staked their claim to fame on our prestigious courses, from Tommy Bolt winning the first Rubber City Open, to Tiger Woods’ eight WGC-NEC and Bridgestone Invitational victories. Other members of the Firestone winner’s circle include Jack Nicklaus, Tom Nieporte, Steve Stricker, and Rory McIlroy. North Course Marked by water on over half of the 18 holes, the North Course is meticulously designed and maintained to showcase Firestone’s natural beauty. Since it opened in 1969, the North Course has hosted both the American Golf Classic and the World Series of Golf. 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. Day-to-Day Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff Perform Chemical and Fertilizer applications Daily water management of Practices Greens, Tees, and Fairways Daily evaluation of turf for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc. Ensure all company policies, standards of operations, manuals, standards of conduct, safety rules, and policies against harassment are strictly followed by all staff and member/guests (including prompt intervention, investigation, and documentation). Determine appropriate personnel action (counseling, written warnings, suspension or termination) in the event of performance, attendance problems or violations of company policies coordinate with Human Resources, Legal, and Senior Management as necessary. Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operations and as warranted, recruit and hire staff to provide superior level of member services. Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management.
- $45,000 to $48,000 per year
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By Bonita Bay Club Naples, - updated May 25 - Naples, Florida
Bonita Bay Club Naples is excited to announce a great career opportunity. We are seeking an experienced turf equipment technician. Ideal candidate will have 1-2 years experience, but we are willing to train. Our fleet of equipment is made primarily of Toro, Cushman, Club Car, Kubota and Stihl. We also have Bernhard grinders. Salary is DOE.
- $1 to $1 per hour
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By Bonita Bay Club East, - updated May 25 - Naples, Florida
The position will assist in directing, training, and supervising the golf course maintenance staff. The position will also perform maintenance, irrigation, and/or IPM tasks, as needed, to help our team meet and exceed our membership's expectations. The position will have the opportunity be involved in a major golf course renovation in the near future. The renovation will include full reconstruction of Greens, Tees, and Bunkers. Salary DOE.
- $1 to $1 per hour
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By BallenIsles Country Club, - Venice, Florida
BallenIsles Country Club is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality, highly detailed oriented and fast paced environment. $500 sign on bonus! Key Responsibilities of the 2nd Assistant Superintendent: Performs routine safety inspections on all spraying and fertilizer equipment. Reads, understands and keeps current up-to-date material safety data sheets (MSDS). Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in compliance with governmental regulations. Responsible for ensuring the safety and direction of chemical/fertilizer handlers and/or helpers. Maintains log of applications and files related reports. Responsible for hand spraying and maintaining proper mixing amounts and application techniques. Keeps up-to-date in knowledge of chemicals/fertilizers that are being applied. Ensures proper calibration of all spraying/fertilizing equipment. Supervises and assists maintenance staff in daily duties. Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations. Ensures associates obtain proper license needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. Assists with interviewing, hiring, training, planning, assigning, and directing work, evaluating performance, rewarding, and disciplining associates; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Environmental Technician. Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. Monitors business volume forecast and plans accordingly in areas of manpower, productivity, costs and other expenses. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance. Regular and reliable attendance. Performs other duties as required.
- $50,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Colby College, - Waterville, Maine
Job Description Department: Grounds Pay Rate Type: Hourly Employee Type: Job Summary: Colby’s campus comprises 714 acres including a 70-acre-plus outdoor competition center that consists of three gleaming new competition and recreational fields. Most of Mayflower Hill, including all of the 128-acre Perkins Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary, is a State Wildlife Management Area. Johnson Pond, the Campbell Trails for running and cross-country skiing, a student run organic garden, and vast areas of wide-open space provide reasons to enjoy Colby’s campus year-round. Under the general supervision of the ground’s supervisor and landscape manager, the lead groundskeeper for athletic fields assists in all aspects of maintaining athletic fields and courts used in intercollegiate athletics. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will contribute to the diversity of our College, including its cultural and ethnic diversity. Lead Groundskeeper Athletic Fields Facilities Services Full-Time, Hourly, Non-Exempt Staff Appointment ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Assist staff responsible for the preparation and maintenance of athletic fields and facilities Contribute in layout and maintenance of athletic fields and facilities, ensure student athlete and spectator safety as well as compliance with National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) regulations including requirements for field dimensions and markings Make recommendations on design improvements of new facilities and existing facility repairs and renovations; serve as a contact for external contractors in absence of manager Monitor and inspect projects performed on athletic fields and ensure work done is in compliance with contract terms and obligations, and NCAA regulations Consult with and provide recommendations to coaches, game officials, and athletics administration regarding cancellation and/or postponement of events Determine use of tarps and drying agents due to adverse weather conditions; methods for removal of ice and snow from all athletic fields; consider long term effects of methods used, make recommendations for alternate strategies Inspect irrigation systems and ensure proper operation, maintenance, and repair Assist staff responsible for daily maintenance of athletic venues including the fertilization, aeration, chemical spraying, directional mowing and trimming, topdressing, and over-seeding of all fields, ice making and grooming operations in the rink Prepare facilities prior to practices and games including lining fields, coordinating layout, placement and set-up of equipment, benches, tables, etc. Inspect and repair seams and infill levels on synthetic fields Recommend various controls for insect and disease identification and assist in implementing solutions Keep informed of best practices, trends, and NCAA regulations pertaining to design and maintenance of athletic fields Assist at athletic events as required Properly and safely operate grounds department equipment, as assigned by the supervisor, including trucks, tractors, riding mowers, forklift, Zamboni, and bobcat Demonstrate basic mechanical understanding of all ground’s equipment Work in excavations or trenches; work from ladders, scaffolds, or in trees; work in all weather conditions Oversee periodic assignments of students and/or summer employees to ensure that work is performed to College standards Properly and safely operate all hand-held equipment including lawn mowers, chain saws, trimmers, brooms, snow blowers, etc. Work in a neat, careful, and safe manner to prevent injury to self and others to prevent damage to any material, equipment, or property, and to follow all prescribed safety rules and procedures Work in a positive, cooperative manner with other departmental personnel Communicate effectively and personably with a diverse community of people Follow all safety rules and procedures Respond to emergency calls as necessary Independently respond to work order and requests for athletic fields Perform additional duties as assigned; duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent required; bachelor’s degree in turf management or related field preferred 5 or more years working with golf, collegiate, or professional athletic fields required Posses or eligible to receive a valid Maine Pesticide Applicators license Demonstrated knowledge and experience with aeration, chemical spraying, fertilization, and directional mowing; experience in operating equipment related to these tasks including trucks, tractors, riding mowers, forklift, Zamboni, and bobcat Working knowledge of the layout, repair, and irrigation of athletics fields Valid driver’s license required and must meet the College’s Fleet Safety Policy requirements Must be able to work independently, exercise judgment, and manage projects with minimal supervision as well as to adjust as new projects are assigned Ability to make an impact through work as a member of a team and diverse community Solid communication skills in order to work collaboratively with members of a diverse community and to provide excellent customer service KEY RELATIONSHIPS: The position reports to the grounds supervisor and landscape manager and has significant interaction with faculty, staff, students, peers, and the Colby community. WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those encountered while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to perform the essential functions. Position is 40 hours per week working in in all weather conditions. Overtime required as needed by College schedule and weather conditions. The lead groundskeeper for athletic fields will be required to work holidays, nights, and weekends. This position is designated as “emergency personnel/essential staff” and may be required to report in inclement weather or emergency conditions to continue performance of job responsibilities. Must be able to walk, bend, stoop, lift up to 50 lbs., climb, or crawl as required to ensure completion of the work. TO APPLY: Interested candidates should apply electronically by clicking the "Apply" button on the Colby College website. Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and the contact information of three professional references. Materials should be addressed to: Lead Groundskeeper Athletic Fields - Search Committee Office of Human Resources Colby College 5500 Mayflower Hill Waterville, ME 04901-8855 A review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
- $23 to $23 per hour
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By Crescent Pointe Golf Club, - updated May 24 - Bluffton, South Carolina
The irrigation technician, under the supervision of the golf course superintendent or assistant golf course superintendent, is responsible for the programming, operation and maintenance of the golf course irrigation system(s). The irrigation technician is required to report any irregularities in course turf quality to the superintendent or assistant superintendent. Functions Waters greens, tees and fairways. Keeps rainfall, ET and irrigation records. Operates irrigation heads in dry areas needing additional water. Monitors, inspects and cleans pumps and pump house. Repairs the irrigation system, pipes and irrigation heads as needed. Completes requests for irrigation and course parts and supplies. Occasionally supervises a small labor force for special projects, and performs other duties as directed by supervisor. Requirements Working knowledge of basic electricity and hydraulics related to an irrigation system, including automatic valves and controllers, and working knowledge of various types of pumps and pumping systems. Proficiency in computer use, knowledge of Microsoft Office and other applications as specified by supervisor. Understanding of agronomy, turfgrass science and the rules of golf. Knowledge of tools, methods and materials used in grounds and landscape area maintenance work. Ability to operate light motorized equipment. Ability to follow oral and written directions. Possession of a valid driver's license.
- $18 to $20 per hour
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By East Coast Sod & Seed, - updated May 23 - PILESGROVE, New Jersey
East Coast Sod & Seed provides top quality grass and seed products to customers throughout the country. Started in 1999 and building on the farming heritage of our parent company, DeLea Sod Farms (est. 1928), East Coast Sod has quickly grown into an acknowledged industry leader. We combine our long history and solid foundation with new and innovative growing methods, continuous seed testing and a commitment to using only the highest quality varieties. At East Coast Sod, we take pride in growing and providing top quality grass to demanding customers who expect the best. We are looking for multiple individuals who are willing to learn and assist our current team in all facets of sod management. Candidates will be included in field prep, seeding, fertilizer and spray applications, irrigation, mowing, sod harvesting, and many other aspects of the business that helps our team provide for our customers.
- $25 to $25 per hour
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By Duncan Golf Management, - updated May 23 - Carson City, Nevada
Eagle Valley Golf Course , Carson City, NV Eagle Valley Golf Course is located in the foothills of spacious Carson City, NV just minutes from scenic Lake Tahoe, Virginia City, Reno and the beautiful Carson Valley! Here at Eagle Valley, we offer two of the region's top 18-hole courses. Eagle Valley East features a user-friendly layout while Eagle Valley West is a desert links-style course that challenges the best of golfers. Position Summary The Irrigation Technician reports directly to the golf course superintendent. Responsibilities include equipment operation, irrigation repair and operation, crew supervision and inspecting golf course conditions. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following: The Irrigation Technician reports directly to the golf course superintendent. Responsibilities include equipment operation, irrigation repair and operation, crew supervision and inspecting golf course conditions. Performs preventative maintenance on the irrigation system including the lake re-circulation system and water features. Determines wet and dry areas for adjustments of sprinkler heads and reports these to the Superintendent for adjustment. Properly inventories and stocks all irrigation parts and tools to minimize down time. Maintains working knowledge of pump station maintenance requirements in the instance of mainline and lateral line repairs. Operates, maintains and repairs a Toro Lynx irrigation system, including leaks on the Golf Course and Clubhouse, valve operation and repair, lateral line repair, electrical system controllers. Reports any serious irrigation breaks immediately to the Head Irrigation Technician or Superintendent and maintains a daily log of completed repairs. Prioritizes irrigation breaks and uses time efficiently. Conducts monthly checks of all sprinkler heads on the entire golf facility. Routinely inspects irrigation system components to ensure system is operating properly. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance. Performs other duties as required.
- $18 to $22 per hour
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By Duncan Golf Management Inc., - updated May 23 - Carson City, Nevada
Eagle Valley Golf Course, Carson City, NV Eagle Valley Golf Course is located in the foothills of spacious Carson City, NV just minutes from scenic Lake Tahoe, Virginia City, Reno and the beautiful Carson Valley! Here at Eagle Valley, we offer two of the region's top 18-hole courses. Eagle Valley East features a user-friendly layout while Eagle Valley West is a desert links-style course that challenges the best of golfers. Position Summary The Golf Course Mechanic is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all golf course equipment for the 36 holes at Eagle Valley Golf Course. This includes but is not limited to mowers, maintenance carts, tractors, and golf course vehicles. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following: Ability to work proactively relative to equipment maintenance and repairs to minimize equipment downtime and loss of staff productivity. Maintain detailed records for equipment and parts equipment condition, repair costs and preventive maintenance of all equipment. Proficient in diagnosing and repairing Tier 4 engines. Prioritize equipment repair and maintenance work relative to golf course operations. Maintains inventory of shelf stock of repair parts, nuts and bolts, belts, hoses. Maintain a clean, organized work environment inside and outside. Adjust mowers correctly to the superintendent’s standards. Welding, engine rebuilding, ability to read hydraulic and wiring schematics. More complex equipment includes GA60, Toro 5210 fairway mowers, Toro 3100 & 3150 greens mowers, Toro Multipro 5800 sprayers. Winter duties include servicing over 60 pieces including filter change, safety inspection, repair/replace worn out or broken parts. Physical work involving kneeling, bending, stretching and lifting objects of 50 lbs Perform body part repairs and painting work. Perform other duties as directed by Superintendent. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities) A high school graduation or GED Minimum of 5 years’ experience in engine and/or auto repair in a fast-paced golf course environment Proficiency in arc and acetylene welding Ability to read and write English and interpret manufacturer’s service and repair manuals. Computer skills to update maintenance records and inventories. Valid driver’s license Ability to speak Spanish preferred but not required.
- $55,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Petaluma Golf & Country Club, - updated May 23 - Petaluma, California
Are you looking to advance in your career? Are you looking for your first Superintendent role at a Private Club? Would you like to be an integral part of the leadership team at Petaluma Golf & Country Club with duties that help support the success of the property and the experience of our guests? Would you thrive in a role where you could use the latest innovations in technology and science in the field of golf course planning and maintenance to help produce high end results? Are you dedicated to the environment and driven to find creative solutions to preserve and protect it? If you are great at developing relationships and managing people to reach their fullest potential and the solid technical acumen and ability to help drive “green initiatives” for our property, we have the opportunity for you! THE FACILITY: Celebrating it’s 100th year of operation this year, Petaluma Golf & Country club is a beloved private facility located in the beautiful rolling hills of Petaluma, CA. Founded in 1922 thanks to the dedicated work of the founders and the generosity of the McNear family, who gifted 80 acres for the golf course and clubhouse on May’s Hill. The historic clubhouse, designed by Brainerd Jones, a noted local architect was completed in 1924. 33 acres were added in 1943, leading to the addition of three new holes in 1944. Over the years, numerous improvements have been made to the club including the addition of a swimming pool and a second parking lot to accommodate the robust membership. While these additions have enhanced the club for the members, the club has not lost any of the original charm and is viewed as a local treasure among the residents of Petaluma and the golf community of Sonoma County. COURSE INFO: A classic Roger Baird golf course design. Designed with multiple locations for tee boxes on each hole, it creates a challenging and fun layout for 9 or 18 holes. Greens are a Bent/Poa Annua mix and tees/fairways/roughs are rye. POSITION PROFILE: Maintain the appearance and safety of the course by diagnosing and treating agronomic issues; supervising irrigation scheduling and repairs; maintaining a wide variety of turf grasses in extreme climatic conditions; managing course preparations for tournament and daily play; integrating environmental programs specializing in IPM (Integrated Pest Management); overseeing maintenance of the golf cart fleet; coordinating, scheduling, and supervising capital improvement projects. Manage maintenance operations involved in providing maintenance of greens, fairways, tees, sand traps, bodies of water, roughs, maintenance shop, golf carts, clubhouse, entryways. Responsibility for the selection, training, assignment and assessment and development of maintenance staff, providing corrective action as needed; team building, holding safety meetings to ensure the highest level of safety for all maintenance staff. Ensure daily course set up meets company and USGA playing standards. Continually follow up to ensure tasks are being completed timely and to the appropriate standards and that equipment is set up and operating properly. The superintendent embodies the company core value of Environmental Stewardship through conservation, regeneration, restoration, and sustainable practices. Who we’re looking for: CourseCo, Inc is seeking qualified superintendents who are Class A GCSAA members for the Petaluma Golf & Country Club located in Petaluma, CA. The course is a year-round 9-hole, with +/-35,000 annual rounds. This position is ideal for a Superintendent looking to grow in their career within a major golf course management company. We offer internal and external training and development opportunities. Will consider new or first time Superintendents. QUALIFICATIONS: A 2-4 year degree in Turf or related field or a Turfgrass/Landscape maintenance certificate preferred. Experience: 2 years with supervisory experience a plus. Experience in golf course product application and water management. Experience with Rainbird irrigation system preferred. Microsoft office and excel skills also preferred. Must be a self-starter with good troubleshooting skills and have the ability to self-evaluate. Special: Ability to obtain a California QAL pesticide license within 6 months of employment. Schedule: Early mornings to mid-afternoons Monday-Friday. Early mornings on weekends. Every other weekend off. Golf course is open year-round. Job Skills: Following is a non-inclusive list of desired skill set for this position. Ability to coordinate and perform product application Water Management An understanding of agronomics related to plant health and soil management An understanding and commitment to Environmental Management Mathematic, budgetary and computers skills Ability to perform golf course maintenance operational tasks An understanding of golf course equipment operation and repair Ability to manage diverse employee population COMPENSATION/BENEFITS: Annual Salary: $90,000 - $105,000 Benefits include: Shared health plan, GCSAA dues, vacation, sick leave, a daily on-site meal, cell phone expenses and approved education. SEND RESUMES TO: Lance Iwanaka, Senior Operations Manager We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law. Petaluma Golf & Country Club, CourseCo, Inc
- $90,000 to $105,000 per year
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By Finch Turf, - updated May 23 - Avon , Massachusetts
Finch Turf, a leading John Deere Golf Course and Sports Turf dealership, is seeking a Field Technician to serve the Boston, Massachusetts region. The selected individual will take pride in their work to provide 100% customer satisfaction, be self-motivated to exceed goals, and contribute to a great work environment. To learn more, Check out our career video Why Finch Turf? Family-owned and family run, and is one of only four of the original John Deere Golf Distributors established in 1987 Join a hardworking, awesome team that has grown into the number one North American cool-season golf distributor for John Deere and are proud of this accomplishment. Friendly and supportive environment Great benefits and compensation Qualities for Success: Takes pride in their work Self-motivated and willing to learn Adaptable to changing priorities Good work ethic and positive attitude Good communication skills High level of integrity Required Skills and aptitude Mechanically inclined Adaptable to changing priorities Good work ethic and positive attitude Good communication skills High level of integrity Clean driving record Ability to successfully complete a pre employment background investigation and drug test Forklift experience (preferred) Key responsibilities: Travel to and from various customer locations. Perform diagnostics and repairs on a variety of golf and sports turf equipment. Perform scheduled maintenance. Overhaul and test major components. Complete documentation of diagnostics and repairs performed on work orders. Clock in promptly at the time of leaving house in the morning (no later than 7am) and clock out promptly at the end of day (upon returning home). Paid driveway to driveway. Complete paperwork immediately after a job is finished. A 30-minute window at the end of each day for any and all remaining paperwork will be granted at the discretion of the manager. Utilize equipment operating manuals, schematics, and drawings. Diagnose and identify malfunctions. Inspect, repair, and replace defective or worn parts. Operate and maintain vehicles, tools, and equipment. Other duties as assigned by the Service Manager. About Us: Finch Turf is the authorized John Deere Golf Course & Sports Turf dealership serving the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. We are proud to offer a large selection of new and pre-owned inventory from the most trusted names in the industry, and world-class support for everything we sell. Our sales, parts, service, and administrative teams go above and beyond to provide an outstanding experience for our customers. Employees must comply with all aspects of Finch Turf's Drug Free Workplace Policy All job offers are contingent upon a background check and drug test.
- $25 to $32 per hour
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By Finch Turf, - updated May 23 - Eldersburg , Maryland
Finch Turf, a leading John Deere Golf Course and Sports Turf dealership, is seeking a Field Technician to serve the Northern Virginia region. The selected individual will take pride in their work to provide 100% customer satisfaction, be self-motivated to exceed goals, and contribute to a great work environment. To learn more, Check out our career video Why Finch Turf? Family-owned and family run, and is one of only four of the original John Deere Golf Distributors established in 1987 Join a hardworking, awesome team that has grown into the number one North American cool-season golf distributor for John Deere and are proud of this accomplishment. Friendly and supportive environment Great benefits and compensation Qualities for Success: Takes pride in their work Self-motivated and willing to learn Adaptable to changing priorities Good work ethic and positive attitude Good communication skills High level of integrity Required Skills and aptitude: Mechanically inclined Adaptable to changing priorities Good work ethic and positive attitude Good communication skills High level of integrity Clean driving record Ability to successfully complete a pre employment background investigation and drug test Forklift experience (preferred) Key responsibilities: Travel to and from various customer locations. Perform diagnostics and repairs on a variety of golf and sports turf equipment. Perform scheduled maintenance. Overhaul and test major components. Complete documentation of diagnostics and repairs performed on work orders. Clock in promptly at the time of leaving house in the morning (no later than 7am) and clock out promptly at the end of day (upon returning home). Paid driveway to driveway. Complete paperwork immediately after a job is finished. A 30-minute window at the end of each day for any and all remaining paperwork will be granted at the discretion of the manager. Utilize equipment operating manuals, schematics, and drawings. Diagnose and identify malfunctions. Inspect, repair, and replace defective or worn parts. Operate and maintain vehicles, tools, and equipment. Other duties as assigned by the Service Manager. About Us: Finch Turf is the authorized John Deere Golf Course & Sports Turf dealership serving the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. We are proud to offer a large selection of new and pre-owned inventory from the most trusted names in the industry, and world-class support for everything we sell. Our sales, parts, service, and administrative teams go above and beyond to provide an outstanding experience for our customers. Employees must comply with all aspects of Finch Turf's Drug Free Workplace Policy All job offers are contingent upon a background check and drug test.
- $25 to $32 per hour
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By Deep Creek Golf Club, - Punta Gorda, Florida
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.
- $45,000 to $45,000 per year
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By Crescent Pointe Golf Club, - updated May 23 - Bluffton, South Carolina
The spray technician, under the supervision of the golf course superintendent or assistant superintendent, performs chemical applications on golf course properties; fertilizes tees, greens and fairways; and applies chemicals on areas of the golf course, including but not limited to, greens, tees and fairways. The spray technician is responsible for reading, understanding and keeping current with chemical labels and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). This position is also responsible for compiling preliminary reports of pesticide usage for the golf course superintendent. Functions Performs routine safety inspections on all spraying equipment. Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in compliance with county, state, and federal regulations, and is responsible for the safety and direction of chemical handlers and/or helpers. Tracks chemical inventory. Cleans, tests, properly calibrates and prepares all spray application equipment. Requirements Must have completed training requirements as demanded by the state and federal governments, including those required by the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. Complete knowledge of chemical application equipment. Proficiency in computer use, knowledge of Microsoft Office and other applications as specified by supervisor. Current state certification or licensing as a pesticide applicator. American Red Cross first-aid training certificate. Ability to follow oral and written directions. Possession of a valid driver's license.
- $18 to $20 per hour
- 482 views
By University of Notre Dame, - South Bend, Indiana
Notre Dame Athletics is committed to building a diverse workforce passionate about maximizing the student-athlete experience. Our pillars of Education; Excellence; Faith; Tradition; and Community guide us in the work we do each day. We are eager to attract, recruit, and retain individuals who positively contribute to a collaborative, inclusive working environment where all may thrive. Building on the University’s Spirit of Inclusion, we are committed to the work needed to cultivate sustainable progress and change. As a prospective member of Notre Dame Athletics, we encourage you to apply if you embrace, embody, and demonstrate a commitment to the aforementioned values. The Warren Golf Course is an 18 hole Coore and Crenshaw designed Championship Golf Course located at the University of Notre Dame. Opened in the year 2000 the Warren Golf Course is home to the Men's and Women's Varsity Golf programs and has served as the host site for several qualifying and championship events for the USGA, NCAA, First Tee Program and the AJGA. In 2019 the Warren made history by becoming the first public and collegiate course to host the US Senior Open Championship. The most recent recognitions are from 2022 and 2023 where the Warren was considered the 5th best course to play in the state of Indiana by Golf.com and came in at number 16 on Golf pass' list of 25 friendliest courses in the United States. We are also proud to be a recently be added to the Distinguished Golf Destinations from Boardroom Magazine, in partnership with Forbes Travel Guide. The Assistant Superintendent will aide the Head Superintendent in all the areas of golf course maintenance and management which include but are not limited to: * Daily course set up * Chemical and fertilizer application and calibration * Crew leadership, training and direction * Irrigation repair and maintenance * Hand watering * Daily and weekly planning with the superintendent * Quality control * Possibility for some construction experience
- $48,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Boca Grove, - updated May 23 - Boca Raton, Florida
Select and appropriately apply all pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers associated with grounds and golf course maintenance. Inspect turf, shrubs, lakes and other outdoor areas to determine pesticide, herbicide and fertilizer needs. Applies pesticide, herbicides and fertilizers at appropriate times to maintain excellent condition of grounds and golf course; documents all applications. Selects suppliers, products and equipment for such applications and maintenance. Purchases products and equipment as needed within budget limitations. Maintains proper inventory of products. Performs preventive maintenance on and keeps accurate records for all equipment. Maintains safety records; performs routine safety training and emergency drills. Selects, trains, supervises, schedules and evaluates assigned personnel. Keeps pesticide storage facility in a clean and orderly manner; secures under lock when not present. Maintains direct communication with golf professionals and golf course superintendent. Attends applicable training seminars and classes to maintain current knowledge. Assists golf course superintendent with duties when necessary. Maintains current SDSs in convenient location. Attends staff meetings. Performs other appropriate tasks assigned by the golf course superintendent. Regularly lifts 50lbs bags.
- $20 to $25 per hour
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By Haverhill Country Club, - updated May 23 - Haverhill, Massachusetts
Founded in 1925 and designed by Wayne Stiles, Haverhill Golf & Country Club is a classic New England golf course that stands out as one of the most prestigious and beautiful courses in the Merrimack Valley. We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual who is looking to take the next step in furthering their golf course management career. As a key member of Haverhill’s maintenance team, the 2nd Assistant Superintendent will play an integral role in all aspects of golf course management. The 2nd Assistant will work closely with the 1st Assistant and Superintendent on all aspects of golf course maintenance, including but not limited to course set-up, daily watering, and spraying and fertilizer applications. The 2nd Assistant would work closely with our greens crew and be involved in training new employees. Ideal candidates are self motivated, dependable & trustworthy professionals with a deep enthusiasm for the turfgrass management profession. Individuals who take great pride in their work, have a high attention to detail, positive attitudes & good leadership qualities that can positively impact others will be most successful. This is a full time, year-round position. Responsibilities include but not limited to: · Assist in chemical and fertilizer applications, water management, irrigation repair, and participate in daily maintenance practices. · Assist and carry out a variety of cultural practices including aerification, topdressing, verti-cutting · Play an active role in day-to-day planning and implementation · Course scouting · Assist in all capital and in-house projects · Daily course set up
- $55,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Greensight, Inc., - updated May 23 - Phoenix, Arizona
Greensight (https://www.greensightag.com) is a rapidly growing company developing automated drone and robotics technologies to transform industries. We are growing our elite team of smart, hard working people who are combining their skills to lead one of the fastest growing industries in the world. We are seeking a smart, highly-capable sales professional to sell our tech services and products to turfgrass customers in the Southwest region of the United States. These services and products include the TurfCloud software dashboard, our cutting edge drone service, robotic mowers, soil moisture sensors, and additional software-based services. The candidate must be a self starter with an entrepreneurial spirit, a sense of urgency, and the ability to treat every potential sale as if you own the company. Although a library of interested leads will be shared and discussed with the candidate once hired, you must be capable of creating your own 'leads’. The candidate must be capable of understanding and implementing the company's technological tools after a short training period. The desired candidate should be able to make sales via screen shares/web casts as successfully as they sell through face-to-face meetings. Candidate is expected to work from the SOUTHWESTERN United states, ideally Arizona, with their home office as a base. The Turfnet website requires us to provide a specific address for job location, so we listed Phoenix Arizona, but we will consider candidates who live anywhere in the Southwestern US.
- $75,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Des Moines Golf and Country Club, - updated May 23 - West Des Moines, Iowa
Des Moines Golf and Country Club is a 36 Hole, Private Country Club designed by Pete Dye. We have hosted the 1999 USGA Senior Open and the 2017 Solheim Cup. Both golf courses are of championship quality. The First Assistant Superintendent aids the superintendent(s) and the Director of Grounds in the planning and executing of work schedules, maintenance programs and construction details. Duties and Responsibilities: Assists in planning daily work schedules Assists in the training of employees. Assists in supervision of various construction projects. Applies fertilizers and pesticides as needed. Helps prepare the course setup for daily play. Keeps informed on course starting times and special events. Assists in snow removal. Sets good examples for others to follow in job performance, work safety, equipment care, attendance and striving for efficiency. Perform other duties as assigned. As an 2nd assistant superintendent under our program you will have every other weekend off all summer. Our typical day is an 8 hour day and we work 4 hours each day on weekends. We do believe in maintaining a positive work life balance for our team members. We want our team to be happy and engaged within our Club Culture. The Club provides fun events and different activities four staffs each month.. Our assistant superintendents will work an average of 100 - 150 hours of overtime per year. Our assistants will receive time and 1/2 pay for overtime hours work.
- $22 to $24 per hour
- 1,418 views
By Smith Turf & Irrigation, LLC, - updated May 22 - Colfax, North Carolina
Smith Turf & Irrigation is looking for a dynamic Irrigation Specialist- Counter Sales / Customer Service Representative to join our team! Who We Are Founded in 1925, Smith Turf & Irrigation is the leading distributor and dealer/retailer in the Golf, Grounds and Landscaping industry. Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, STI has over 250 employees throughout 21 branches across North and South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee. We offer the finest product choices in the industry and have built an unmatched reputation for outstanding customer care, service and support. STI is a family owned business that believes in working as a team and fosters a family oriented culture. Come join us today! We offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits program for full-time employees, including medical, dental and vision coverage, paid time off, life insurance, disability coverage, employee assistance program and 401(k) plan. What You’ll Do · Support the sales goals of the branch by providing exemplary customer service and product knowledge · Assist customer’s over the phone and in person · Processing sales transactions and ensuring accuracy and timely delivery of product · Maintain the in-stock inventory in the showroom and ensure it is clean and shop-able · Partner effectively with outside sales to enhance customer satisfaction · Work with warehouse staff to expedite orders · Follow proper procedure in handling cash tickets & balancing cash drawer · Create/add part numbers when necessary · Process defective items and returns. Ensure defective item returns are expedited to the supplier · Monitor pick up tickets & cancel when necessary · Communicate with internal business partners on inventory, shipping delays or pricing issues · Stay up to date with product changes or enhancements What We’re Looking For · 2-5 years’ of wholesale or retail experience in the landscape, golf or irrigation industry · Extensive knowledge of irrigation products · Excellent interpersonal and communication skills · Experience with CRM programs · Must be able to lift up to 75lbs · Ability to pass pre-employment background, MVR and drug testing requirements Why Us? · We offer a competitive benefit package · 401(k) with Company match · PTO · Closed Holidays Smith Turf & Irrigation, LLC is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy or any other basis protected by law. Employment at Smith Turf & Irrigation is based solely on a person's merit and qualifications.
- $17 to $22 per hour
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By Eagle Rock Resort/Double Diamond Companies, - Hazle Township, Pennsylvania
Eagle Rock Resort in Hazle Township, PA is seeking an experienced person for the position of Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. We have a beautiful championship 18-hole golf course plus a 9-hole executive course. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the maintenance of the different types of turf used on golf courses, and the planting, cultivating, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs and trees Have knowledge of drainage control methods, watering and irrigation systems, including wells, pumps and automatic controls Have a participating knowledge of the game of golf Be able to plan, assign and direct the work of others The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent at Eagle Rock Resort is responsible for assisting the Golf Course Superintendent in overseeing the maintenance and care of the golf course and grounds. Key responsibilities of the role include: Supervising and training a team of grounds maintenance staff to ensure the course is maintained to the highest standards. Assisting in the development and implementation of a comprehensive maintenance plan for the golf course, including all aspects of turfgrass management, irrigation, and pest control. Performing regular inspections of the course to identify and address any maintenance needs or issues. Maintaining accurate records and reports related to course maintenance and operations. Working closely with the Golf Course Superintendent and other staff to ensure the overall success of the golf course and resort. The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent should have a strong knowledge of golf course maintenance practices and techniques, as well as experience with turfgrass management, irrigation, and pest control. Excellent leadership and communication skills are also essential, as the role involves working closely with a team of grounds maintenance staff. Additionally, the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent should be detail-oriented and highly organized, with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities effectively. Visit our website www.eaglerockresort.com
- $38,000 to $43,000 per year
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