- 58Golf Course Superintendent
- 3Superintendent/General Manager
- 177Assistant Superintendent
- 322nd Assistant Superintendent
- 3Turf Specialist/Agronomist
- 38Equipment/Shop Manager
- 37Turf Equipment Technician
- 9Assistant Equipment Technician
- 20Spray/Applications Technician
- 13Irrigation Technician
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 2Sports Turf Manager
- 1Sports Turf Technician
- 1Landscape Manager
- 4Landscape Technician
- 3Lawn Care Manager
- 10Lawn Care Technician
- 3Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Assistant Grounds Manager/Supervisor
- 1Equipment Operator
- 12Grounds Staff
- 58Seasonal Intern
- 1Administrative Assistant
- 12Sales Representative
- 2Sales Manager
- 1Product Support Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 2Branch Manager
- 2Sod Farm Manager
- 1Warehouse - Shipping - Distribution Mgr
- 1Executive Director
By PGA National, - updated February 8 - Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
General Purpose: Directly supervises and implements sound agronomic programs in accordance with Troon Quality Standards while working within the fiscal parameters of the facility. Key Responsibilities of the Director of Agronomy: Develops budgeting and capital plans. Manages expenses within the department in accordance with the property directive. Provides timely and accurate reporting of all financial and non-financial information as directed, requested or required by Troon Golf representatives or the General Manager. Maintains clear understanding of and implements all Troon Golf Agronomy standards in addition to ensuring compliance with all local, state and federal regulatory standards/laws. Stays abreast of current agronomic information. Ensures proper mixing, calibration, and application of all chemical/fertilizers used on the course. Ensures that they and all associates obtain proper training and/or licenses needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns. Maintains ongoing awareness of all agronomic activity on the course and provides constant feedback and direction to key staff members. Ensures both upward and downward communication within the department and inter-departmentally. Provides leadership and a positive working environment that fosters teamwork, communication, ethical behavior, cleanliness and a “can do” attitude. Develops, trains, coaches, disciplines and mentors managers within the department providing feedback, direction and leadership so that they may carry out the daily activities of the department, all while grooming them for upward mobility within the company. Responsible for 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 any Maintenance staff such as: Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Environmental Technician, Mechanic, Foreman, Irrigation Technician, Greenskeeper, and Equipment Operator. Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance.
- $225,000 to $225,000 per year
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By Bayou Club and Bardmoor Golf & Tennis, - updated February 8 - Seminole, Florida
The Bayou Club & Bardmoor Golf and Tennis Club is currently seeking a full-time Assistant Superintendent. The Assistant Superintendent will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of a two 18 Hole facilities. This individual will work closely with the Superintendent to ensure that all aspects of the courses and grounds are completed correctly. The Assistant Superintendent will also be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations in the events that the Superintendent is off property. Work in conjunction with the superintendent on all golf course maintenance related items including irrigation, fertility, chemical applications, daily/weekly scheduling, associate management and development. Must possess a EVERYTHING MATTERS mindset. Prefer a Degree in agronomy/horticulture/plant/soil science or related field. · Prefer 1-3 years of golf course maintenance experience. · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills necessary to direct, motivate and evaluate team members. Spanish speaking would be helpful. · Strong problem solving skills with ability to create timely solutions in a dynamic work environment. · Desire to grow in order to advance in the turf management industry. · Ability to meet and perform the physical requirements and to work effectively in an environment which is typical of this position. · Frequent lifting, bending, climbing, stooping and pulling. · Possess Florida pesticide applicators license or have the ability to do so within 6-months of hire date. Aquatics License a plus. · Must have knowledgeable computer skills and proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel. · Valid driver’s license
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Wyndemere Country Club, - updated February 8 - NAPLES, Florida
Wyndemere Country Club is a private, 27-hole country club located in Naples, FL. The golf course was originally designed by Arthur Hills, and opened for play in 1981. Wyndemere Country Club is recognized as a Platinum Club of America. Wyndemere Country Club is currently trying fill one of our Assistant Superintendent positions. This position will work directly with the Golf Course Superintendent and other Assistant Superintendents on a day to day basis to meet our goal of providing our members and guests the best experience possible when playing our golf course. If your truly passionate about the golf course industry, we would enjoy discussing the opportunity here at Wyndemere Country Club with you! Current turfgrass varieties include Tifeagle, Celebration, Platinum Paspalum, and multiple varieties of Zoysia. The irrigation system has been updated to the Toro GDC-R system, featuring the Toro 850 series heads and HDPE pipe throughout. This summer we will be completing a $3 Million Driving Range/Short Game area improvement project. We will be lengthening the range, building new Greens, adding Target Greens, and modifying tees. This project is the first phase of our Golf Course Master Plan with architect Drew Rogers. Equipment is predominately Toro, and we utilize the Toro Geolink GPS technology for all of our sprayers. We have completed a $3 million maintenance facility enhancement project that provides a nice space for employees as well as upgraded IPM Center, Material Storage, and Equipment Wash Areas.
- $70,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Cascata Golf Club, - Boulder City, Nevada
Cascata is a world-renowned Golf Course located in Boulder City, Nevada, just 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. Located at 3,200 feet above the Las Vegas desert Valley amid the foothills of the River Mountain Range, Cascata offers a breathtaking backdrop for a golf experience like no other. The par-72 Rees Jones-designed golf course provides stunning vistas at every turn. Towering red mountain peaks contrast lush fairways, accented by lakes, streams, and wildlife. Cascata is the #2 public course in the state of Nevada and ranked as #56 Golfweek best courses you can play in 2023. Position Overview The Superintendent will oversee the golf course maintenance, including course maintenance strategy and day-to-day operations. This position will supervise the maintenance team, oversee the maintenance budget, and manage overall golf course conditions. The Superintendent reports directly to the General Manager and works with the Director of Agronomy on best practices and departmental excellence. Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Manage all aspects of golf course maintenance. Coordinate with other department heads, including the General Manager, Head Professional, and Food & Beverage Manager, to align course maintenance with club priorities and events. Supervise the golf course maintenance team of full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees, including hiring, scheduling, performance management, and other supervisory duties as needed. Prepare and oversee course maintenance budget. Oversee course maintenance equipment, including troubleshooting and replacement. Perform calibration and application of pesticides and fertilizers. Operate and troubleshoot the course irrigation system. Apply cultural practices to greens, tees, and fairways. Implement agronomic best practices for course optimization. Support overall maintenance plans for the golf course. Keep detailed records of course management history and future plans. Scout and manage turf pests. Assist with equipment upkeep and repairs. Track growing degree days, clipping volumes, and weather models through the growing season. Monitor and manage moisture levels in areas of play. Other duties as assigned by the supervisor or needs of the club. Develop and implement an environmental plan that aligns with the facility’s goals and best management practices for land, water, wildlife, and natural resource conservation. Requirements At least 5+ years’ experience in golf course operations, preferably at a resort golf facility. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Able to coordinate with other club departments for events, scheduling, and other club priorities. Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel. In addition, the ideal candidate will be or have: A degree or certificate in Turf Management. Enthusiastic about enabling the game of golf through course management. Experience leading a large team in the golf environment. Other Duties Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Physical Demands Ability to visually inspect golf course. Ability to perform moderate physical work, may be required to lift 100 lbs. occasionally, up to 50 lbs. frequently, and up to 20 lbs. constantly, performing such activities as bending, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, lifting, and grasping for up to five hours without sitting. CDN Golf Management provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
- $125,000 to $150,000 per year
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By The Club at Quail Ridge, - Boynton Beach, Florida
Be a part of something amazing, as you help to shape the golfing experience at The Club at Quail Ridge. As an established and exclusive country club community in the heart of Palm Beach County, The Club at Quail Ridge is seeking an accomplished leader to join their family, serving as the Director of Agronomy, managing a golf course maintenance team, and creating unforgettable “first choice” golfing experiences for members and guests. This is an exceptional opportunity! ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY The Club at Quail Ridge is looking for its next leader to join our team of Managers who have helped the Club become both a Distinguished Club as recognized by Board Room Magazine and a Platinum Club of America by the Club Leaders Forum. This position will lead the day-to-day agronomic and maintenance operations of our 36-hole facility with an expansive short game area, driving range, and large putting green. The Club at Quail Ridge is well known for its golf pedigree, counting some of the finest amateur golfers in the country as part of its Membership through the years. The Club is a Golf golf-centric club and community that plays more than 78,000 rounds per year. The Club has a large number of low-handicap golfers, many of whom belong to multiple clubs all over the world. The Members love golf and they have high expectations for course conditioning, attention to detail, and the traditions that have been established in our 50-year history. The Club is always focused on improving our amenities in all areas. Our South Course was redesigned by Bobby Weed Design in 2019 at an investment north of $7M and working with Fry – Straka Global Golf design, we began a significant $18M plus renovation of our North Course in 2023 completing a small first phase. The second phase will begin in mid-March of this year and continue through the end of 2024. The new Director of Agronomy will play a critical role in this renovation as well as the ongoing, playability of both courses. Major projects and construction experience is essential. OUR COMMUNITY Experience the Everything Matters lifestyle at The Club at Quail Ridge, a premier, private, gated Country Club community. Located in Boynton Beach, within the heart of Palm Beach County, Florida, our residents enjoy an enviable lifestyle of casual elegance and luxury. Quail Ridge offers over 600 acres of lush and beautifully landscaped grounds, 947 residences, 2 championship golf courses, 16 Har-Tru Tennis Courts, six Pickleball courts, a Spa & Fitness Center, miles of walking trails, an endless calendar of engaging social and cultural activities, world-class dining and sporting events, and a beautiful new 23-million-dollar Clubhouse. Our community is ideally located, close to fine restaurants, shops, entertainment, and cultural activities in one of America’s most famous vacation areas. Breathtaking beaches, boating, deep water sports, shopping, and entertainment are all nearby. Quail Ridge has it all, showing our members an unparalleled level of service, security, and peace of mind. With 24-hour security patrol, on-site medical first response, and a host of community services including on-site housekeeping, general maintenance, and in-home dining services. The Club is recognized as a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by the National Audubon Society, one of the oldest organizations in the world that uses science, education, and grassroots advocacy to advance its conservation mission. It is the beautiful landscaping, safety, and service excellence at Quail Ridge that attracts residents to the community. The secret to our success is found in the genuine friendliness and camaraderie of our members and the impeccable service delivered by our dedicated staff, eager to exceed expectations. OUR MISSION At Quail Ridge, Everything Matters. Quail Ridge believes that quality employees create quality experiences, and we make the commitment to provide professional, consistent, and first-class service with positive energy and a sense of urgency. GOLF COURSE OPERATION HIGHLIGHTS The Golf Course team comprises approximately 50 staff year-round, including two Superintendents and two Assistant Superintendents. The golf course maintenance budget recently approved for 2024 is north of $4M. The Club and Community reinvest annually with significant capital to ensure that our golf course maintenance team has the proper equipment to maintain the facilities in a first-class manner. Green Committee meetings - 5-6 per year; 9-11 total members Total rounds - 78,000; 90-percent are cart rounds Total members - 971; average age - 70 Irrigation type - Effluent, Rainbird The position reports to Mr. Bill Langley, CEO POSITION SUMMARY The Director of Agronomy is responsible for the high-quality daily maintenance, attention to detail, and management of two golf courses and all related facilities. The Director must have significant knowledge and experience with south Florida Bermuda grasses and year-round growing conditions. The responsibilities are to supervise the ongoing professional maintenance of the golf courses, the servicing, and repair of turf grass maintenance and construction equipment, to keep appropriate records, and to prepare budgets and reports. Previous golf course construction or renovation experience is a critical component of this role. Responsible for the direction and supervision of the day-to-day activities of all Golf Course Maintenance staff. KEY SUCCESS TRAITS Minimum 10 years of experience as Director of Agronomy (top job), preferably with a minimum 5 years of that experience managing a 36-hole facility Experience managing a member-owned facility where members have very high expectations for conditioning of the golf course(s) Experience managing a high-volume facility operating year-around with peak season demands Minimum 5 years of experience managing warm season grasses found in South Florida Significant golf course construction and/ or renovation experience Excellent communicator with members and staff Resident expert, who advocates for course and operational improvements to ensure Quail Ridge is considered a top-tier facility for members, guests, and staff. Team developer - takes pride in building a team of turf professionals. Strong relationship builder A great delegator with strong organizational and priority management skills Drives results and team members to take ownership of operations. Reputation for attention to detail, high-quality golf course conditioning, and member services. Holds all licenses (pesticides, herbicides, etc.) required in South Florida High golf IQ - Plays golf regularly at a reasonably high level (preferably) INITIAL PRIORITIES This position will also be critically involved in all golf course renovations as the main point of contact between the Architects, senior management, the Board, and Golf & Green Committee. Works alongside architect, contractors, and maintenance team to ensure proper protocols, quality control, execution, and maturing of the renovated golf course. Learn and develop rapport with the staff, while taking a proactive approach to the day-to-day activities of the GCM operations. Works closely with the Community General Manager, CFO, Director of Operations, Director of Golf, Controller, and Human Resource Director to get up to speed on club activities and calendar of events. Gets familiar with agronomic programs, daily conditions, and member expectations while strategically making necessary changes to improve operations benefitting daily maintenance and presentation. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Responsible for the direction, management, and supervision of the day-to-day activities of the GCM employees, including their selection, training, salary, placement, promotion, separation, and disciplinary action, in cooperation with the Human Resources Director. Works with our Architects and senior management on any renovation or construction projects of the putting green, greens, tees, fairways, roughs and bunkers, cart paths, etc. Supervises the maintenance of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, and related areas. Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees, and ornamental plants. Supervises the efficient operation of an equipment service and repair shop. Procures supplies and materials within budgetary limitations. Keeps records of annual maintenance activities and costs. Provides input and cooperates with the General Manager and CFO in preparation of the annual operating and capital budgets. Keeps GM/COO advised of maintenance problems or issues related to Golf Course operations. Must be available during regularly scheduled hours of management to conform to Golf Course operations and services. Extend extreme courtesy to all Quail Ridge Country Club members and fellow employees. Works closely with Community General Manager, CFO, Director of Operations, Director of Golf, Controller, and Human Resource Director. Continuously seeks improvements within the courses to provide the highest level of conditioning and attention to detail possible. Integrates Florida Best Management Practices into operations to ensure The Club at Quail Ridge is a leader in environmental stewardship. Oversees, protects, maintains, renovates, or replaces physical assets in Golf Course Maintenance area within approved budgets. Ensures that the courses are operated by all applicable local, state, and federal laws. PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS Attends Committee and Board meetings as a Quail Ridge Director. Performs position with high standards, and integrity and in a timely and efficient manner. Thoroughly evaluates all personnel who report directly to the Department Head on an annual basis. Recommends wage and bonus payments for Department employees to the General Manager/COO. Is current on all HR policies and ensures new information and policies are communicated at all levels. Reviews costs relative to goals; takes corrective action as necessary in close association with the General Manager and CFO. Ensures compliance with purchasing and inventory policies within the Department. Maintains membership with relevant professional associations. Attends conferences, workshops and meetings to keep abreast of current information and developments in the field, as approved by the General Manager. Participates in outside activities that are approved by the General Manager to enhance the prestige of the community, and fulfill the public obligations of Quail Ridge. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Ability to engage with stakeholders, knowledge of industry suppliers Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures in Golf Course Maintenance/Turf Maintenance. Knowledge of the use of turf and landscaping equipment including tractors, mowers, aerifiers, electric motors, etc. Excellent computer skills, including extensive use of Microsoft Office programs. Efficiently handle multiple calls to customers, members, vendors, and the general public. Respond to member complaints and inquiries in a courteous, friendly, and timely manner. Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and coordinate and complete tasks with limited supervision. Detail-oriented individual and possesses time management skills. Fluent reading and writing in English with the ability to recognize signs and symbols. Ability to deal effectively and tactfully with all employees, management, and members. The Club at Quail Ridge is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer Application Instructions: To apply, please send a detailed cover letter addressed to Mr. Bill Langley, CEO at The Club at Quail Ridge, along with your resume as to why you are a good fit for The Club at Quail Ridge. Please save your information as one file titled: (Last Name, First Name, ClubatQuailRidge) You can submit your information through the job link found here or directly to Search Consultant, Tyler Bloom, at email@example.com. Please submit no later than February 28th, 2024. In-person interviews are expected to take place in early March.
- $1 to $1 per year
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By Calcium Products, - Ames, Iowa
Position Summary & Purpose: Calcium Products pelletizes pure and effective calcium-based fertilizers that help maximize soil productivity, resulting in aesthetically pleasing and durable turfgrass. We are a growing company and are looking to expand our sales team to support current and future sales growth. Building strong and long-lasting relationships with our customers (professional turf product distributors and their customers) is the cornerstone of our company. To support this, the territory sales manager will lead a relationship-first sales approach and deliver a strong sales strategy and responsive customer support. It is important that this position manages a flourishing customer relationship and facilitates a sales process that is simple, memorable and connects the customer to technical resources when needed. Responsibilities and Tasks: · Build and maintain solid customer relationships being in tune with customers’ needs and opportunities. · Be the first point of contact for any customer support opportunities and work with the company to quickly address and maximize customer satisfaction. · Support our customers in growing demand for Calcium Products with their customers. · Organize and conduct group meetings with customer personnel and/or their customers. · Develop a clear understanding of products and competitive advantages to assist our customers in understanding the value proposition and support them in selling to their customers. · Develop an intimate understanding of competitive and industry trends in the territory to facilitate the best planning and execution of sales tactics for profitable growth. · Communicate pricing and applicable sales support programs to manage/facilitate orders for customers. Manage the completion of contracts and reservation forms when needed. · Work with customers to develop accurate sales forecasts to help the company ensure product availability in season. · Participate in quarterly sales team meetings held at one of the company’s locations in Iowa. · Office from home with frequent travel within the territory to meet with customers. The company will provide a competitive vehicle allowance, phone and other supporting resources. · Plan for and participate in key trade shows and conferences in the territory. Occasionally participate in trade shows in other territories as requested. · Have a good understanding of fertilizer, turf and golf course management, wholesale to retail distribution and international business dealings. · Support, market and grow sales for our brands of products by utilizing our marketing resources within the given territory. · Always dress and conduct yourself in the most professional manner possible. Requirements include supporting and wearing company clothing provided apparel to all customer visits, being prompt at customer meetings, and always scheduling visits ahead to be respectful of customer’s time. · Enjoy having fun, be driven to grow yourself and your business and being part of a very successful team environment. Education, Skills and Experience: · Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing, business or communications with ties to turf sales and management. · A minimum of 5 years in turf or landscape sales with a proven track record of generating strong sales growth using a relationship-based approach. Preferable experience in premium type products, such as ours, which require communicating product differentiation and value. · Deep knowledge of the turf management industry including centers of influence, distribution channel, retailers, market structure and overall dynamics. · A high degree of self-motivation to facilitate excellent sales planning and execution without being highly managed. · Knowledgeable in the use of Microsoft Office. · Valid driver’s license.
- $80,000 to $100,000 per year
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By Bellerive CC, - updated February 7 - Saint Louis, Missouri
The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent in Training is a very important position, which demands extensive turf grass knowledge, organizational skills, and dedicated efforts towards building an effective and enthusiastic team. The past 5 years Bellerive has graduated 15 AIT's into Assistant roles at top 100 clubs. With numerous tournaments scheduled to be hosted in the coming years, the AIT will be given ample experience and responsabilities to complete career goals and expectations.
- $17 to $19 per hour
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By Ballantyne Country Club, - Charlotte, North Carolina
Are you looking to be part of a company that will stand the test of time, create opportunities for you to grow and to have fun? Then we welcome you to join Century Golf Partners as Ballantyne Country Club’s Horticulturist. Ballantyne Country Club is an 18 private family-oriented club in south Charlotte. The course is a Rees Jones design, originally opened in 1996. In 2015 the course underwent a renovation project that allowed us to resurface greens, rebuild bunkers adding the Better Billy Bunker drainage system, upgrades to the irrigation system, new cart paths and rebuilding and re-grassing tee tops, plus increased areas to our practice facilities. In 2005, several of the partners came together to realize a long-desired dream and created Century Golf Partners; a golf investment and management company. In the same year, the company also acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to the Arnold Palmer Golf Management brand and accordingly, Century Golf Partners operates many of its clubs under the Arnold Palmer Golf Management name. Our Purpose: To improve the lives of the people we serve. Our Mission: To be a Good Partner. Our Vision: To be the most sought-after business partner in golf. Our Culture: We love serving others. We live by our team values, principles, and Quality standards to create a fun atmosphere. This is the cornerstone of our success. This position will be part of a growing company with a portfolio of private, public and resort courses throughout the U.S. We offer cross-facility training, scholarships, and opportunities to participate in a PGA Tour event when we host The American Express at PGA WEST. As we embark on this journey to be the most sought-after business partner in golf, we seek a visionary and dynamic individual to be a key player in shaping our future. If you are ready to make a lasting impact while enjoying the ride, this is the place for you! The candidate we are searching for is one that is initiative-taking, enjoys their work, self-starter, and truly enjoys what they do and the game of golf. The ideal candidate would be able to: Work alongside the Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent to build and implement a maintenance plan for the property while working to strive for the grounds to always be in peak condition. Lead a team of maintenance staff through motivation, training, and feedback to achieve the standards desired. Work with Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and other departments throughout the club to help provide exceptional unique events for members and guests. The Horticulturist is primarily responsible for managing all natural and ornamental landscaping areas for the golf course and clubhouse properties. Responsibilities · Maintenance of all Ballantyne Country Club landscape material · Designing flower beds · Cultivating shrubs and flowers · Applying pesticides & fertilizers · Maintaining grounds to the highest standards of landscape management · Ability to work a flexible schedule including weekends
- $40,000 to $45,000 per year
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By Souhegan Woods Golf Club, - Amherst, New Hampshire
Employment Listing for Web Posting Facility Name: Souhegan Woods Facility Location: Amherst, NH Position / Title: Golf Course Superintendent Facility Description: 18 Hole Public Golf Facility Experience Desired: The Superintendent shall direct and oversee the maintenance of all landscaped areas on the premises including the golf course and areas around buildings. The Superintendent is responsible for supervision of a maintenance staff, care and maintenance of golf course maintenance equipment and the golf carts, the purchase of pesticides, chemicals, soil amendments and other supplies used in the maintenance of the golf course and other areas and maintaining appropriate records for the maintenance department. The Superintendent shall work closely with the Club Manager and with the officers of the employer. Superintendent shall also be responsible for working within a budget and to cooperate and advise the employer regarding budgets for future years. Duties Description: The duties of the Superintendent should include: - Direct, coordinate and oversee the maintenance of all landscaped areas including the golf course, driving range and areas around the club’s buildings in a superior condition and in accordance with standards for a top quality public daily fee golf course as modified by the advice and direction of the officers of the employer. - Hire, train, supervise and evaluate an appropriate maintenance crew in accordance with company policies, standards, and procedures and in accordance with law. - Direct, coordinate and oversee the maintenance and care of all golf course maintenance equipment and carts. - Develop, coordinate, and carry out programs for the maintenance and care of the golf course including all surfaces (greens, bunkers, tees, fairways, rough), all surrounding bodies of water, grasses, and trees. - Carry out appropriate administrative duties including the maintenance of appropriate labor records, equipment maintenance schedules, chemical, irrigation and fertilizer inventory control records, purchase and expense records, and other documentation reasonably necessary for accounting and management functions. - Specific responsibilities include supervising water, mowing and fertilization functions, supervising work schedules, selecting the proper grasses, chemicals, fertilizers, and other supplies and advising on appropriate equipment best suited for the maintenance of the golf course. - Prepare annual budgets and reconcile all expenditures with approved budgets. - Provide for the security of the golf course, practice facility, clubhouse grounds, maintenance facility, maintenance equipment, materials and supplies and preserve the value of the same. - Accept joint responsibility for the security of all other assets of the facility including the clubhouse, clubhouse equipment, merchandise inventories and furniture. - Coordinate with other managers at facility regarding personnel records, payroll and payroll records, accounts payable and other bookkeeping matters, use of the clubhouse, the playability of the golf course, opening and closing the facilities, and training employees regarding golf course etiquette and customer service and any other duties reasonably related to efficient operation. The individual who fills this position is a Manager. This job is considered a year-round position. (There is no layoff or unemployment during the off-season.) Vacations must be taken during the off-season. Special Skills: - Four (4) year college degree with specialty in agronomy, horticulture, plant and or soil science. - Strong knowledge and understanding of the general rules of golf and the general rules of golf etiquette. - Computer skills. Date Position Available: 2.8.24 Application Deadline: 2.18.24
- $75,000 to $75,000 per year
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By Harlan Golf and Country Club, - Harlan, Iowa
Harlan Golf and Country Club, a semi-private, 9-hole golf course is seeking an exceptional candidate for our Course Superintendent. Just ten miles off Interstate 80, HGCC is located in Southwest Iowa, situated between Des Moines and the Omaha/Council Bluffs metro area. Our course has existed for over a century and boasts scenic, tree-lined fairways. The course provides a challenge to serious golfers while remaining fun for golfers of all skill levels. Primary Duties: · Daily maintenance of greens, tees, fairways and roughs. · Maintains all grounds and course maintenance equipment. · Maintains irrigation system. · Manages the agronomy and chemical applications while maintaining accurate record keeping. · Works independently and should be an effective problem solver. · Hires and supervises part-time course staff. · Orders supplies and materials within budgetary limitations. · Coordinates with General Manager to assist with tournaments and/or special course events. · Completes duties efficiently while working around member, guest and tournament play. · Attends monthly board meetings to provide course updates.
- $40,000 to $50,000 per year
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By Mountain Lake Corporation, - updated February 7 - Lake Wales, Florida
SUMMARY Mountain Lake is a historic gated community in Lake Wales, approximately 45 miles from Orlando, Florida. Founded in 1916, Mountain Lake was developed with the help of Frederick Olmstead III, and noted golf course architect Seth Raynor. The golf course is often ranked in the top 100 courses in the country. Mountain Lake built the "Colony House" in 1916, which is a seasonal hotel with approximately 35 rooms, and is open for three meals a day from October 1 to May 1. The course has Tif-eagle bermudagrass greens, Zoysia grass tees and 419 bermudagrass fairways and rough. The Club has retained golf course architect, Tyler Rae to develop an enhancement plan for the course. This plan will be developed in the summer of 2024. Golf Course Maintenance/Agronomy Intern works directly under the supervision of the Golf Course & Grounds Manager and Senior Assistant Superintendent and is responsible for the maintenance and care of the golf course and related grounds. Golf Course Maintenance/Agronomy Intern works directly under the supervision of the Golf Course & Grounds Manager and Senior Assistant Superintendent and is responsible for the maintenance and care of the golf course and related grounds. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. 1. Basic walkmowing (greens, collars/approaches, tees), bunker raking, cutting cups, course setup 2. Flymow bunker faces 3. Basic weedeating, edging, blowing, etc. 4. Mow fairways 5. Aerify and verticut greens and fairways 6. Topdress playing surfaces 7. Irrigation maintenance/repairs 8. Walk-spreading fertilizers 9. Assist in irrigation repair and maintenance 10. Sod laying
- $16 to $18 per hour
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By Willows Run Golf Club, - Redmond, Washington
Willows Run Golf Club seeks experienced equipment mechanic for its Golf Course Maintenance department. Duties include repairing and maintaining all golf course equipment. Ideal candidate will possess the reasoning skills and physical demands of the position (regularly lift and/or move 50 lbs.
- $20 to $40 per hour
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By BallenIsles Country Club, - Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
BallenIsles Country Club is excited to announce a great career opportunity. We are seeking an experienced Irrigation Technician to join our Golf Course Maintenance team! Ideal candidates are analytical leaders and problem solvers. They have basic knowledge of electricity and hydraulics related to an irrigation system, agronomy and turf science, and the game of golf. Additionally, this position will be responsible for supervising the crew, providing them with clear direction and safety support throughout the work day. Responsibilities: • Occasionally supervises a small labor force for special projects, and performs other duties as directed by supervisor • Reports golf course conditions to the golf course superintendent or assistant golf course superintendent • Opens the maintenance shop and runs operations in the absence of the golf course superintendent and assistant golf course superintendent • Repairs and ensures proper operation of the irrigation system as needed • Waters greens, tees and fairways • Repairs greens with seeds or plugs of new grass when needed • Aerifies greens; verticuts and or mow tees and greens; spikes greens; operates sod cutter, spray rigs for greens and fertilizer spreaders; and mows rough with rotary and operates other equipment as directed • May be asked to change pins and tee markers • Ensures a safe work environment • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor or manager Education and Experience Requirements: • Must possess a valid driver’s license • Ability to operate trucks and light motorized equipment. • Working knowledge of basic electricity and hydraulics related to an irrigation system, including automatic valves and controllers and various types of pumps and pumping systems • Knowledge of agronomy, turf grass science and the rules of golf • Ability to work carefully and ensure co-workers are working in safety • Possess leadership qualities • Must have willingness to learn • Must be driven and possess strong work ethic • Must be dependable • Ability to understand and follow oral instructions Working Conditions: • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms. • The employee is often required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls. • They will occasionally be required to balance, stoop, twist upper body, kneel, and climb. • The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 30lbs occasionally. • Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and depth perception • Moderate exposure to extreme cold, heat, working outdoors, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, pollen, dust, mechanical hazards, and electrical hazards. • Noise level is typically moderate to loud • Work extended hours during golf and holiday season • Work weekends and holidays
- $19 to $21 per hour
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By Silica Sands Golf Club, - updated February 7 - Vineland, New Jersey
Silica Sands Golf Club is a 9 hole, par 3 course that shares some operating functions with Trout National - The Reserve located next door. Five holes were completed in 2023, and the remaining four holes are currently under construction. The course contains USGA bentgrass greens, bentgrass tees and fairways, turf type tall fescue rough, and native/waste areas incorporated into the sandy site. This will be a hands on position that reports to the Director of Agronomy. The right candidate is someone looking to gain experience managing their own property, while joining a multi-faceted operation. This position may also be involved in the construction and grow in of Trout National - The Reserve, currently underway and being designed by TGR. Job Responsibilities Work with construction contractor to complete remaining holes Manage and train a staff of 5 Execute chemical and fertilizer program Manage Rainbird IC irrigation system with CirrusPro
- $70,000 to $90,000 per year
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By BallenIsles Country Club, - Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
BallenIsles Country Club seeks Assistant Superintendent for full time salaried career opportunity! Qualified candidates will have experience in a similar golf course supervisory position and similar private country club environment. Demonstrated success with supervising golf course maintenance practices and leading employees is required. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: assisting with the oversight of the overall maintenance practices of the golf course, ensuring planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants are followed, proper mixing, handling and application of chemicals and fertilizers, proper use and maintenance of equipment, lead, direct and train employees regarding safe performance practices. A Bachelor's or Associate's degree in agronomy, horticulture, plant/soil science with two years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. A valid FL driver's license and satisfactory driving record to meet standards of insurability are required. Florida pesticide applicator's license, ability to work outdoors in various climates and list and/or move up to 100 pounds is necessary. A comprehensive employee benefits package is provided including but not limited to medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k Retirement Savings Plan, paid time off, complimentary employee meals, uniforms and other various voluntary benefits. Assists in the oversight of the overall maintenance of the golf course. Ensures the proper application and handling of chemicals and fertilizers. Key Responsibilities of the Assistant Superintendent: Works with the Superintendent to ensure that the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans are maintained and followed. Supervises and assists maintenance staff in daily duties. Assists in the planning, organizing and direction of the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers. Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants. Ensures that maintenance equipment is properly operating and reporting issues appropriately to Equipment Managers. Assists in the procurement of supplies and materials and ensures costs remain within budgetary limitations. Keeps records of annual maintenance activities and costs and assists with the preparation of required prepares reports. Follows sound purchasing procedures utilizing preferred vendors, when possible. Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents. 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. Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician. Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs. Monitors business volume forecast and plans accordingly in areas of manpower, productivity, costs and other expenses. Regular and reliable attendance. Incorporates safe work practices in job performance. Physical Demands: Regularly stands, walks and sits. Regularly uses hands, reaches with arms and hands, talks or hears. Occasionally climbs, balances, stoops, kneels, crouches, crawls, tastes or smells. Regularly lifts up to 50 pounds. Occasionally lifts up to 100 pounds.
- $55,000 to $70,000 per year
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By The Club at Crazy Mountain Ranch, - updated February 7 - Clyde Park, Montana
The Club at Crazy Mountain Ranch is a Private Membership experience set on 18,000 extraordinary acres in the state of Montana. Take one part working ranch, combine with golf, lodging, great food and drink plus everything else there is to see and do and you’ve got something beyond special… Crazy Mountain Ranch is a project by Lone Mountain Land Company (LMLC) who manages the planning, entitlement, building, marketing, and sale of premier real estate communities around Big Sky, Montana. The new Coore & Crenshaw design is currently under construction and promises to be walkable and challenging, yet very playable that seamlessly blends with the landscape and takes full advantage of the exceptional mountain views, aspen groves and wide-open spaces surrounding the Ranch. The Club at Crazy Mountain Ranch is looking for a hardworking, self-motivated individual to assist in the construction, grow-in and opening of this premier golf course. The Assistant Superintendent will work closely with Director of Golf Course and Grounds/ Assistant Superintendent in the building and eventual maintenance of this 18 hole and Par 3 championship golf course. The ideal candidate will have excellent leadership skills with a team-oriented mindset that will translate to the operations staff. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Participate and help manage the construction and grow-in phases of a new championship golf course. Assist in planning and supervising the maintenance operations of greens, tees, and fairways. Supervise and perform various maintenance duties as necessary to maintain the golf course in proper playing conditions according to club standards. Supervise and lead course construction projects. Supervise equipment maintenance and repair operations. Establish and implement a cleaning and preventative maintenance program for appropriate equipment, tools, vehicles etc. Perform routine inspection and upkeep of the irrigation system including changes and repairs, as necessary. Monitor soil moisture levels and manage or oversee daily irrigation practices and scheduling to ensure optimal levels of soil moisture for playability and turf health. Maintain accurate records pertaining to departmental activities including, but not limited to labor schedules, course maintenance programs and activities, construction activities, equipment inventory and repair, safety meetings and activities, fertilizer and chemical applications and pest control practices. Supervise and participate in pesticide/fertilizer applications and/or operates and calibrates pesticide/fertilizer application equipment. Responsible for various tasks during winter months including property snow removal and other Club assistance as directed by Director of Golf Course and Grounds.
- $65,000 to $67,000 per year
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By Blackthorn Golf Club, - South Bend, Indiana
Year-round position. General golf course maintenance, supervision and scheduling duties, product applicator, irrigation repair and scheduling. Assists with outdoor maintenance duties for The Reserve at Blackthorn.
- $48,000 to $55,000 per year
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By Meridian Hills Country Club, - Indianapolis, Indiana
Meridian Hills is a family oriented country club home to 700+ membership families located in the heart of the Midwest. The Club is widely recognized as a premiere facility in Indiana whose tradition of distinguished membership provides exceptional social opportunities, amenities, grounds, and a gathering place year-around for the family. The property includes an 18 hole golf course, driving range, practice greens, clay tennis courts, pickleball courts, paddleball courts, swimming pool, fitness center, childcare, and clubhouse facilities. As it relates to the Grounds Maintenance Department, the Club has recently made significant investments into it's maintenance facilities, irrigation system, and golf course design. This project which began in the Fall of 2021 and is slated to conclude and re-open for golf in June 2024, was led up by a project team including Jim Nagle, Nick Mazzella, Michael Kuhn, Aspen Corporation, Landscapes Unlimited, and Hagerman Construction. In addition to these enhancements, the Club has remained current in maintenance technology with an updated Toro equipment fleet and numerous allied tools and implements. Future work includes property border renovations, drainage, pond dredging, tree management, and additional master plan implementation. As a Seasonal Intern at Meridian Hills CC, you will be heavily engaged in all aspects of Grounds Department Operations, specifically among them: Calibration, application, and the associated record keeping of all plant health applications. Scouting for disease, weed and insect damage/pressure on turf and ornamental vegetation. Application of irrigation to turf and ornamentals during defined times of need, seasonally. Maintain a clean, organized, safe, and professional work environment at all times. Communicate pertinent information with managers, colleagues, and club staff. Participate in all general maintenance activities ordinarily involved in golf course and property management operations.
- $15 to $17 per hour
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By Meridian Hills Country Club, - Indianapolis, Indiana
Meridian Hills is a family oriented country club home to 700+ membership families located in the heart of the Midwest. The Club is widely recognized as a premiere facility in Indiana whose tradition of distinguished membership provides exceptional social opportunities, amenities, grounds, and a gathering place year-around for the family. The property includes an 18 hole golf course, driving range, practice greens, clay tennis courts, pickleball courts, paddleball courts, swimming pool, fitness center, childcare, and clubhouse facilities. As it relates to the Grounds Maintenance Department, the Club has recently made significant investments into it's maintenance facilities, irrigation system, and golf course design. This project which began in the Fall of 2021 and is slated to conclude and re-open for golf in June 2024, was led up by a project team including Jim Nagle, Nick Mazzella, Michael Kuhn, Aspen Corporation, Landscapes Unlimited, and Hagerman Construction. In addition to these enhancements, the Club has remained current in maintenance technology with an updated Toro equipment fleet and numerous allied tools and implements. Future work includes property border renovations, drainage, pond dredging, tree management, and additional master plan implementation. As an Irrigation Technician at Meridian Hills CC, you will be heavily engaged in all aspects of Grounds Department Operations, specifically among them: Maintenance and Repair of all systems and components relevant to irrigating the property. Ensuring proper coverage and functionality of all sprinkler heads and nozzles. Application of irrigation to turf and ornamentals during defined times of need, seasonally. Maintain a clean, organized, safe, and professional work environment at all times. Communicate pertinent information with managers, colleagues, and club staff. Assist in inventory management and facility cleanliness/organization. Participate in continuing education to maintain certification status and stay current with industry insights. Participate in all general maintenance activities ordinarily involved in golf course and property management operations.
- $40,000 to $45,000 per year
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By Erb Turf Equipment, - updated February 6 - Swansea, Illinois
We are a full service John Deere dealership specializing in Commercial / golf course related equipment servicing the Mid-west region of the US located in Belleville Illinois. We work on a variety of golf course equipment such as greens mowers / fairway mowers along with tractors up to a 5000 series. Along with a selection of riding mowers, zero turn and 2-cycle equipment. We provide hands-on training. We offer very competitive wages along with a benefits package, and a great teaming environment. Currently, we have an office opening for an experienced service advisor. You will work with / assist the service manager to ensure daily tasks and jobs are completed. Individuals should have experience in troubleshooting and repair of diesel and gas engines, electrical systems, and hydraulic systems. Knowledge of setting up cutting units / grinding is a plus. Must have computer skills. Courteous customer service is also required.
- $45,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Meridian Hills Country Club, - Indianapolis, Indiana
Meridian Hills is a family oriented country club home to 700+ membership families located in the heart of the Midwest. The Club is widely recognized as a premiere facility in Indiana whose tradition of distinguished membership provides exceptional social opportunities, amenities, grounds, and a gathering place year-around for the family. The property includes an 18 hole golf course, driving range, practice greens, clay tennis courts, pickleball courts, paddleball courts, swimming pool, fitness center, childcare, and clubhouse facilities. As it relates to the Grounds Maintenance Department, the Club has recently made significant investments into it's maintenance facilities, irrigation system, and golf course design. This project which began in the Fall of 2021 and is slated to conclude and re-open for golf in June 2024, was led up by a project team including Jim Nagle, Nick Mazzella, Michael Kuhn, Aspen Corporation, Landscapes Unlimited, and Hagerman Construction. In addition to these enhancements, the Club has remained current in maintenance technology with an updated Toro equipment fleet and numerous allied tools and implements. Future work includes property border renovations, drainage, pond dredging, tree management, and additional master plan implementation. As a Spray/Application Technician at Meridian Hills CC, you will be heavily engaged in all aspects of Grounds Department Operations, specifically among them: Calibration, application, and the associated record keeping of all plant health applications; previous experience with Toro GeoLink Spray equipment preferred, but not required. Scouting for disease, weed and insect damage/pressure on turf and ornamental vegetation. Maintain a clean, organized, safe, and professional work environment at all times. Communicate pertinent information with managers, colleagues, and club staff. Assist in inventory management and general storage facility organization. Participate in continuing education to maintain certification status and stay current with industry insights. Participate in all general maintenance activities ordinarily involved in golf course and property management operations.
- $40,000 to $50,000 per year
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By The Davey Tree Expert Company, - updated February 6 - Elmsford, New York
The Davey Tree Expert Company Golf and Commercial Specialist Sales Representative Elmsford, NY, US, 10523 Additional Locations: Westchester County Primary Locations: NY, Elmsford , 55 Valley Avenue, 10523 Requisition ID: 193576 Compensation Data Salary: $80,000 - $120,000 annually (Depending on experience) Position Overview Golf and Commercial Specialist Sales Representative We are currently looking to add a dynamic Lawn and Golf Sales Representative to our passionate team of tree care professionals. Your office is outdoors, and you get a new view every day! Job Duties What You’ll Do: Golf And Commercial Maintain Current and build new relationships within the Golf, Higher education and Commercial industries while promoting and providing estimates for Arboriculture services based on their needs in Westchester County. Work Directly with the District Manager to help provide directions where our services can help preserve, safeguard, and beautify these places of Relaxation, Education and Business. Provide Plant health care programs to courses to help them preserve and protect their valuable Landscapes. Provide Tree surgery estimates addressing the facilities needs while recommending sound arboriculture practices that ensures tree preservation. Work closely with the local Davey business developer to bring innovative and diversified Davey services that provide beneficial information to clientele. Set up and provide supervision to Crews assigned to your clients. Qualifications What We’re Looking For: Love of the outdoors Required: Valid driver’s license Regional plant and horticulture knowledge Good people skills; self-motivated; computer proficient and organized Knowledgeable and experienced with tree care, hazard tree evaluation, integrated pest management and industry approved tree care practices Needs to be Obtained: Relevant pesticide, ISA Certified Arborist ® and related licenses and certificates. Additional Information What We Offer: * Paid time off and paid holidays Opportunities for advancement All job specific equipment and safety gear provided 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match Employee-owned company & discounted stock purchase options Group Health Plan Employee referral bonus program Locations throughout US in major cities and desirable areas Career Development Program supported by Industry Expert Safety Specialists & Skills Trainers Scholarship Program for Children of Employees Charitable matching gift program *all listed benefits available to eligible employees Company Overview Invest in your future. Join one of the largest employee owned companies in the nation! Davey has a unique culture that focuses on the open exchange of ideas, community partnerships, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in horticultural and environmental services. We are currently looking to add a dynamic Golf and Commercial Specialist Sales Representative to our passionate team of tree care professionals. Your office is outdoors, and you get a new view every day! Divisional Overview The Davey Tree Expert Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to protected class, including race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, marital or familial status, disability, status as a protected veteran, status as an Aboriginal or Indigenous person, or other classification protected by law. The Davey Tree Expert Company provides research-driven tree services, grounds maintenance and environmental consulting for residential, utility, commercial and environmental partners in the U.S. and Canada. We care about our clients, each other and the world around us. We offer the resources, size and stability of a big company while maintaining the culture, entrepreneurial spirit and feel of a small one. We invest in our employees by offering industry-leading training, technology and benefits that lead to a rewarding and safe work experience at all levels. Wherever you want to grow your career, there’s a place for you at Davey. To learn more, visit Davey.com. If you need assistance at any time, please contact us at 1-877-411-7601 or at Recruiting@davey.com. Employment Type: Permanent Job Type: Full Time Travel Expectations: Up to 25% Nearest Major Market: White Plains Nearest Secondary Market: New York City Job Segment: Sales Rep, Housekeeping, Entry Level Sales, Horticulture, Sales, Hospitality, Agriculture
- $80,000 to $120,000 per year
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By Quail West Foudnation, - Naples, Florida
We are currently looking for a creative and dynamic IPM TECHNICIAN II to join our Grounds team! Quail West is a leading private golf and country club that prides itself on providing world-class facilities for Members and their guests and an extraordinary and inclusive, yet unpretentious lifestyle. One of Southwest Florida’s most welcoming clubs, Quail West’s courses, facilities and services are shared by a limited number of members to enhance the quality of the member experience. The IPM Tech II will exhibit proficiency in all tasks associated with the daily care and maintenance of a private upscale community's shrubs, trees, turf, and annual flowers. The position will primarily focus on fertilizer, insecticide, herbicide, landscape and turfgrass applications, and equipment cleaning. This position will also assist with overseeing and maintaining the community's appearance to Quail West expectations. This is a Full-Time position. Compensation: $21.00/hour! Schedule: Monday - Friday 6:15 am - 3:00 pm & one weekend a month Some of our Benefits Include: Free employee meals Bonus opportunity Holiday Bonus $500.00 Employee Referral Bonus Discounts on retail items at the Golf Shop Special parties & celebrations Uniforms Paid time off (PTO) 401k with employer match Medical insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance Employee Assistance Program Teladoc Playing and practice privilege And many more! Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Will energetically support all training activities with this department to ensure consistency throughout the community. Will perform all duties in a safe operating manner while wearing all required safety equipment. Will operate spray rig with accuracy and calibration specs from Manager. Will spot spray nonselective and selective herbicides. Will assist IPM Manager and Grounds Manager in the mixing and loading of chemicals. Understands mixing and application process. Will perform required record keeping for all applications. Will assist with common grounds maintenance when needed.
- $21 to $23 per hour
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By Essex County Club, - updated February 6 - Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts
Essex County Club located in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts is seeking a career driven and enthusiastic 2nd Assistant Superintendent. The successful candidate desires to be a part of a professional work environment, brings accountability to work and delivers high-quality products and services. The club along with the leadership team has a great reputation in developing and promoting their assistant team members into industry positions, and engaging them into numerous professional development opportunities. To learn more about Eric Richardson, Director of Grounds, please view the following podcasts. The Fried Egg The Earthworks Podcast Club Highlights: One of the six founding members of the USGA Rounds - 18,000 Total members - 537 Total staff – Currently one Senior Assistant Super and one Assistant Super Typical work week – Offseason (November 1 – March 31st) 40-44 hours; In Season (April 1-October 31st) 50 – 60 hours. One day off a week in season – two 3-day weekends off in-season (typically mid-June and mid-September). Weekends off during off-season. Equipment - Mix of Jacobsen/Toro/John Deere; all mowing equipment is less than 3-years old Consulting architect - Bruce Hepner SUCCESS TRAITS OF CANDIDATE: Drive, determination and a self-disciplined approach to achieving high quality and consistent results Passionate about the game of golf. Communication is collaborative amongst the management team. Demonstrates a sense of urgency and assures consistent achievement of quality standards. Actively desires to grow responsibilities, develop interpersonal skills and network. INITIAL PRIORITIES OF POSITION: Execution of daily maintenance practices of a top 100 facility including cultivation, water management, mowing and grooming practices, pest and fertility management, bunker maintenance and other attention to detail items. Actively involved in daily scheduling and crew management with an emphasis on communication skills, leadership and cross-training. Collaborates with other managers including Equipment Manager to ensure proper working conditions in the maintenance shop facilities and golf course. Develop proper communication channels to check systems, processes and work activities for potential improvements. Collects data and tracking information to present informed management decisions. Engages in professional educational development including Golf Industry Show, leadership seminars, club presentations and grounds committee meetings. ABOUT US: Essex County Club continues to be dedicated to the future of golf, a professional work environment and the maintenance operation. Our facility stays committed to a stringent equipment preventive maintenance program, innovative practices and capital replacement to ensure the best overall product and facilities. The Essex County Club was founded in 1893. The original Club House was completed the same year. At that time, the grounds included a full size polo field, two clay tennis courts, and a nine-hole golf course. Today, ECC boasts an expanded Club House, a Donald Ross designed eighteen-hole golf course (1917), eleven grass,ten clay tennis courts, three paddle tennis courts, three pickleball courts, and a full size swimming pool. All of these amenities are located on 180 acres in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts. Currently, Essex County Club is ranked #79 by Golf Digest in its Top 100 rankings, and #4 in the state of Massachusetts. An in-depth profile of the restoration at Essex County Club - The Fried Egg
- $50,000 to $60,000 per year
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By Riverton Country Club, - Cinnaminson, New Jersey
Riverton Country Club is in search of an Equipment Mechanic. The selected candidate will report directly to the golf course superintendent and work closely with the assistant golf course superintendents. The selected candidate will play an integral role in equipment management, perform repairs and preventive maintenance, reel and blade sharpening, and both short term and long term planning. Riverton Country Club is a member owned private club located 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia in Cinnaminson, New Jersey. The club was founded in 1900 and designed by Donald Ross. In 2022, the club completed a restoration of all bunkers and tees. The club continues to work with golf course architect Tyler Rae on master plan restorations. The equipment fleet at Riverton Country Club is mostly Toro, Ventrac, John Deere, and Yamaha carts. The selected candidate will: · Have knowledge of 2 and 4 stroke and diesel engines · Be able to weld and fabricate when needed · Have the ability to trouble shoot · Have knowledge of electrical and hydraulic systems · The ability to create preventive maintenance schedules · Work within a team setting
- $55,000 to $65,000 per year
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