- 46Golf Course Superintendent
- 2Superintendent/General Manager
- 108Assistant Superintendent
- 192nd Assistant Superintendent
- 32Equipment/Shop Manager
- 37Turf Equipment Technician
- 10Assistant Equipment Technician
- 14Spray/Applications Technician
- 7Irrigation Technician
- 4Irrigation Manager
- 1IPM/Environmental Specialist
- 1General Manager
- 2Sports Turf Manager
- 2Sports Turf Technician
- 2Landscape Manager
- 2Landscape Technician
- 5Lawn Care Technician
- 1Grounds Supervisor/Manager
- 2Crew Foreman
- 10Grounds Staff
- 106Seasonal Intern
- 1Construction Shaper/Crew
- 9Sales Representative
- 3Sales Manager
- 2Product Support Manager
- 1Marketing Manager
- 2Operations Manager
- 2Branch Manager
- 2Sod Farm Manager
By Landirr, Inc., - updated October 30 - Sanford, Florida
Golf Course Construction Project Manager / Superintendent JOB SUMMARY As a Golf Course Construction Project Manager / Superintendent, you will be a key figure in the development and transformation of golf courses. You will lead a team and manage all aspects of golf course construction projects, from planning to completion. This role requires a deep understanding of golf course design and construction, strong project management skills, and a commitment to delivering exceptional results. JOB FUNCTIONS Oversee golf course construction projects, ensuring they are executed according to design specifications, on time, and within budget. Lead a variety of activities such as the construction of irrigation systems, drainage, golf courses (greens, cart paths, bunkers, and tees), landscapes, and hardscapes project. Manage and coordinate the activities of construction crews, equipment operators, and subcontractors, ensuring efficient project execution. Work closely with golf course architects and designers to interpret and implement their vision, understanding the intricacies of golf course layout and features. Coordinate site preparation activities, including earthwork, grading, drainage, and excavation, to create a suitable foundation for the course. Manage all punch list warranty related activities. Work with crews and staff to ensure correct billing information is coming in from the field. Develop and manage project budgets, tracking expenses and ensuring that the project stays within financial constraints. Monitor project timelines and work schedules to meet project deadlines and milestones. Help administer and execute change orders for additional scope of work outside of contract. Ability to read and understand blueprints, contract documentation, bill of materials, landscape plans and estimates. Review job budgets and manpower as a guide for production. Assist in activities related to completion of projects by customer timeline. Check readiness of work areas prior to scheduling and mobilizing crews. Conduct plan flip/field kick-offs with crews prior to starting new job. Operate trucks, trailers, and equipment such as an excavator, trencher, and handheld tools. Manage jobsite inventory including the equipment and materials. Coordinate the production schedules for the crew by planning each day/week for production efficiency. Ensure all paperwork is complete and instructions are clear. Coordinate debris burying or hauling. Maintain clear and regular communication with clients and stakeholders, providing project updates and addressing any concerns or changes. Outline and communicate plan to manage the material deliveries for crews. Provide daily and weekly reports on progress of work in the field. Train labor and foremen on irrigation and golf course construction best practices. Perform safety, vehicle, and equipment audits. JOB TYPE AND PERKS: Full-Time Weekly Pay Company Vehicle Company Phone and iPad Travel Opportunities
- $85,000 to $119,998 per year
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By Metropolis country club, - white plains, New York
Metropolis Country Club was established in 1922. The original 18 hole golf course, designed by Herbert Strong, was later expanded when the noted golf architect A. W. Tillinghast redesigned the course. The club has just completed a large scale restoration project which included the reconstruction of all bunkers. 2023 has seen the installation of a new state of the art irrigation system, while 2024 will see the construction of an entirely new maintenance facility. Both these projects will offer exceptional experience opportunities, in addition to a wide and varied exposure in all aspects of course management.
- $75,000 to $85,000 per year
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By Chevy Chase Club, - updated October 30 - Chevy Chase, Maryland
Chevy Chase Club was organized in the fall of 1892 by a group of men from the Metropolitan Club of Washington, D.C., including Francis G. Newlands. For some time, there had been a good deal of sentiment in the Metropolitan Club in favor of a country club where the growing interest in horses, sports and recreation could be pursued. The club would also serve as a social center for members and their families well-removed from the turmoil of the growing city. The club’ s first permanent location was in 1894 on a tract of land that included a pre-revolutionary frame house known as the Bradley Farmhouse. The game of golf was introduced with six holes at the club in 1895, the same year the USGA was founded. In 1897, the club was able to purchase this 9.36-acre tract on which the Bradley House was situated. Today, the club offers an 18-hole golf course, golf practice facility, seventeen outdoor tennis courts, four indoor tennis courts, seven paddle tennis courts, a fitness facility, three swimming pools, eight lanes of duckpin bowling, an outdoor ice rink, an eighteen room guest house, a nature trail and greenhouses. Food and beverage facilities include three clubhouse dining rooms, full banquet facilities, two seasonal sports canteens and a casual dining Winter Center. The club first introduced golf in 1895 with just 6 holes, which slowly expanded to 9 holes. In 1909, and very early in his career, Donald Ross expanded the existing 9 holes to 18 holes. In 1924 the firm of Colt & Alison re-designed the existing Donald Ross course to the current routing that exists today, with some modifications made by various architects throughout the years. July of 2024, the club will be closing to begin a golf course renovation with golf course architect Andrew Green. Interns will be heavily involved in this renovation. Please view our internship brochure for more information; https://www.chevychaseclub.org/custom/flipbook/InternshipBrochure/
- $18 to $19 per hour
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By Elimwood Orlando Golf Resort DBA Redtail Golf Club, - updated October 30 - Sorrento, Florida
Redtail Golf Club is a semi-private country club looking for self-motivated individuals that can handle working in the elements. In addition to its classic and traditional style 18-hole golf course, the club offers restaurants, a pro-shop and tennis courts and fitness center. The course was designed in 2004 by David Harman. The Golf Course Superintendent reports to the General Manager and oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program. The Superintendent in this job develops and maintain an 18-hole golf course. The Superintendent spends time on development and administrative issues and delegates the daily maintenance tasks to the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. The Superintendent exercise professional judgment and technical knowledge in turf management practices and golf course maintenance; ensure that the course's conditions and playability are monitored and that daily operations and other pertinent data are recorded; oversee proper care and maintenance of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, trees, ornamental plants and lakes; analyze turf for disease, insects, nutritional needs and other turf-grass stress problems, select and apply appropriate fungicides, insecticides, fertilizers and other measures to resolve problems. The Superintendent maintains the irrigation system for the golf course.
- $55,000 to $65,000 per year
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By The Quechee Club, - updated October 28 - Quechee, Vermont
The Quechee Club is a private 36 hole championship golf and four season private recreational community located in south central Vermont with a current membership level of 1,400 members. The club is situated on 5,000 acres and also offers a small downhill ski area, X/C skiing, 11 tennis courts, 2 platform courts, indoor & outdoor pools, fitness center, 50 acre recreational lake, polo field, athletic fields, hiking & biking trails, etc. The surrounding "Upper Valley" area has lots of other outdoor recreational activities along with the cultural offerings of Woodstock, Vermont and Dartmouth College, which is located just across the Connecticut River in Hanover, New Hampshire. The Club has recently gone through a major renovation in 2023 after summer flooding damaged the property. The property features California greens with A1/A4 Bentgrass surfaces along with bentgrass tees & fairways. In addition a new HDPE irrigation system installation was completed in 2022 with the installation of a new Rainbird I/C decoder system with double & triple row sprinklers. During 2023, the club embarked on phase one of a Campus Master plan renovation program to update other facilities and amenities throughout the club. We are looking for driven and motivated individuals who have the short term goal of gaining the skills and experience necessary to become an assistant golf course superintendent and eventually a golf course superintendent. The qualities we value are a good work ethic, a keen eye with attention to detail, eagerness to learn, and willing to work overtime when necessary to provide our membership with the best quality product possible. Our internships will be specifically tailored to the individuals' needs based on past experience and what they desire to focus on while interning. Interns will be encouraged to obtain a Vermont State Pesticide applicators license while here and will become an integral part of our plant protectant applications program. In addition, interns will have some crew scheduling and leadership opportunities along with daily course set up & scouting, hand watering, irrigation repairs, project work, equipment operation, etc. Interns leave with a well rounded exposure to all facets of turfgrass management and successful interns are strongly considered for future employment opportunities that may arise along with being offered help in achieving their future career objectives. We have many former interns who have gone on to very successful careers in the Golf course maintenance industry.
- $20 to $20 per hour
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By Pablo Creek Club, - Jacksonville, Florida
Job Title: Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Reports to: Golf Course Superintendent FLSA Category: Exempt/Salary Position Compensation: $60,000 to $70,000 commensurate with experience Relocation: Club will assist with relocation Location: Pablo Creek Club 5660 San Pablo Road South Jacksonville, Florida 32224 About The Club: Pablo Creek Club is an exclusive club located slightly southeast of Jacksonville, Florida. The course, designed by Tom Fazio, opened to an elite, limited membership in 1996. The club is strictly golf-only and sits on 400 acres of pristine pine and hardwood forest bordering the Intracoastal Waterway. There are no homes on property, nor will there ever be. Pablo was renovated in 2020, led by the Fazio Group and MacCurrach Golf Construction. All aspects of the course were recreated, including irrigation (RainBird/HDPE with pump station), design tweaks, and an expanded 15-acre practice facility and short game area. Turf types are TifTuf fairways and rough, Trinity zoysia tees and approaches, and TifEagle greens. Bunkers are G-Angle sand lined with Bunker Solutions product. The golf peak season runs from October through June. The course is closed every Monday for maintenance, and there are three 8-day closings during the summer for cultural practices. The club’s goal is to be the Best. Not compared with any other club, but the Best overall. We have a discerning membership that travel to all the top clubs in the world, and their expectations are in line with that standard. Position Responsibility: The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent will assist in planning and implementing the daily activities on the golf course and property. This is a hands-on leadership position and will be responsible for daily maintenance and set-up of the golf course, weekly cultural practices, fertilizer application and calibration, irrigation problem solving and repair and lead/assist with short and long-term golf course projects. Responsibilities will include developing daily work schedules, coordinating related activities and equipment with the staff, training, overseeing and assisting the staff, reviewing the work on the course and supervise/assist with construction projects and specific maintenance activities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: · Leading and assisting the team, delegating and assigning daily assignments, providing guidance, training, coaching and assistance and ensuring work is completed as expected and in a timely manner. · Assisting and managing the implementation of the agronomic plan and budget for the course and grounds. · Identifying, evaluating and recommending corrective action for agronomic problem areas, including funguses, pest and drainage issues. · Assisting in overseeing and supporting the daily set-up and maintenance of the golf course, including routine golf course maintenance, chemical applications and equipment operations. · Inspecting irrigation systems and, identifying issues and implementing corrective action. · Assisting in the recommendation, evaluation, planning and implementing long-term and short-term projects related to renovations, repairs and care and maintenance of the course. · Assisting in the training of new and existing staff in golf course set-up and maintenance, equipment operations, safety procedures and the expectations of the Club. · Educating and ensuring the team is aware of and following safe work practices and maintenance facilities and equipment are safe, clean and organized. Qualifications (knowledge, skills and abilities): · Leadership experience at a golf course with a proven record of having exceptional course conditions. · Familiarity with golf course budgets and managing to budget. · Knowledge of pest control products and their applications. · Knowledge of turf chemical and fertilizer products and their applications. · Knowledge of irrigation utilization, drainage installation, repair and maintenance. · Understanding of the game of golf and the impact agronomic decisions have on course playability. · Have a current Florida pesticide applicator license, or the ability to acquire a license. · Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint. · Have a BS or Associates Degree in turf grass management, or related certificate and experience.
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
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By Delaware Valley Turf, - Broomall, Pennsylvania
Job Description: The Territory Manager will help manage and or assist in managing all daily field operations and tasks of a specific territory or section of Delaware Valley Turf’s service area. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to, training and evaluating Route Managers, creating and implementing company standard operating procedures, safety training, quality assurance, customer service, lawn consultations, material usage reports, routine maintenance and calibration of machines and lawn care & pest control production. Company Information: Delaware Valley Turf is a local lawn care and pest control company specializing in turf fertilizer and pesticide applications on residential and commercial properties throughout suburban Philadelphia. We operate out of two locations, Broomall (Delaware County) as well as Doylestown (Bucks County). Due to continued growth over the last 10+ years, we are constantly evolving, creating new positions and opportunities for individuals to grow along with the business. Thus, we are always in search of green industry professionals and individuals who possess a positive, can-do attitude who enjoy working outside, to join our team. We are mostly comprised of former turf managers of golf courses and professional grounds, who utilize our experience and educational background to provide the most practical turf and pest control solutions for our customers. We place tremendous value on the overall customer experience and always do our best to exceed expectations. Our core values are honesty, professionalism, knowledge and respect. All of which allow us to be a trusted local expert who maintain a productive work environment with a fun, light, team oriented culture. At Delaware Valley Turf, the quality work and quality of life balance is as important as anything. We believe you should enjoy your place of work and what you do, and we will live it each day.
- $54,000 to $62,000 per year
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By Hyde Park Golf and Country Club, - updated October 27 - Cincinnati, Ohio
Hyde Park Golf and Country Club Cincinnati, Ohio Golf Course and Turfgrass Management Internship Originally founded in 1909, Hyde Park is consistently recognized as a club of excellence, providing a traditional country club atmosphere with exceptional hospitality and modern amenities, including an outstanding Donald Ross 18-Hole golf course. Recently, the club has partnered with Golf Course Architect (GCA) Tyler Rae and Associates with an extensive restoration of the course in 2025 The Grounds Department’s mission is to provide the highest quality of conditioning on a daily basis for the members and guests. The internship program at Hyde Park over the past 19 years has had students from 10 different countries and 12 schools in the United States. The Turfgrass Interns plays an integral role in all operations of the golf course. • Restoration preparations • Irrigation repair and auditing • IPM strategies; calibrations and applications • Attendance and presentations at Grounds Committee Meetings • PGA Tour volunteer opportunities • Site visits to other facilities • Data collection, record keeping and data interpretation • Development of partner and industry relationships • Newsletter updates
- $19 to $19 per hour
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By The Episcopal Academy, - updated October 27 - Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
The Position The Episcopal Academy has an immediate opening for a Horticulturist who will be an integral part of the Facilities and Operations team and will report to the Grounds Superintendent. We are looking for a detail-oriented candidate with a can-do attitude to perform routine care of plantings, trees, container plants, and other campus features. Additional roles and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Plant and care for plantings, shrubs, lawns, using such tools and equipment as brooms, edgers, mowers, and sprayers, hoes, picks, shears, rakes, spades, spreaders, cultivating machines, etc. Develop detailed annual plans for the seasonal rotation of plants, flowers, etc., in the facilities various landscaped areas and flowerbeds resulting in fresh, eye-catching, and pleasant flower and plant displays. Participates in the application of fertilizers and pesticides Design and implement seasonal flowers in containers or hanging baskets. Detects and reports evidence of disease, insects, trees, shrubs, and flower damage. Plant, edge, weed & maintain landscape beds and trim hedges. Water, spray, fertilize, and cultivate flowers, shrubs, and trees. Rake and dispose of leaves, twigs, and other debris. Clean and care for tools and equipment. Design and install new landscapes. Help maintain a trash-free campus. Assist in educating crew members on proper skills and techniques. Assist with general grounds maintenance of the campus. Assist with snow removal by shoveling, salting, sanding, and operating snow removal vehicles and equipment (24-hour on-call during inclement weather). Other duties as assigned. About You The ideal candidate will: Hold a degree from a vocational school or BS/BA in Horticulture, Botany, Natural Science or related fields highly preferred and have at least 5 years of experience on a maintenance staff. Hold a current PA pesticide applicator license or can obtain it within 90 days of hire. Possess a valid driver's license. Possess the ability to walk, stand, or sit for prolonged periods of time and withstand exposure to noise and inclement weather. Possess the ability to lift/carry heavy (70 lbs), moderate, and light plant materials. Have a desire to work on a team committed to creating a positive work culture. Well versed in all ground keeping processes including health and safety regulations. Possess outstanding organizational and communication abilities. Possess knowledge of trees, shrubs, perennial, and annual plants. Possess the ability to identify disease, insect damage and implement IPM strategy. Possess the ability to work independently without constant supervision. Possess working knowledge of the tools, methods, and materials used in grounds maintenance. Possess the willingness to share knowledge of horticulture with crew members. Possess working knowledge of grounds machines and equipment. About Us A school of over 1300 students in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade, of which 30% identify as students of color, Episcopal takes a holistic approach to educating all students in mind, body, and spirit. Grounded in The Stripes, our curriculum is designed to enable students to lead lives of purpose, faith, and integrity. Further supporting that mission is our commitment to building an inclusive community, articulated in our 11 Commitments. While each employee at Episcopal brings a unique set of competencies and skills to their work, we believe all employees should: Be student-centered, embrace school and life, and show it through actions and interactions with students, colleagues, and parents. Embody and live The Stripes. Consistently maintains high standards for his or her work and motivates others to achieve the same standard of excellence. Demonstrates a desire and willingness to constantly grow and learn, both personally and professionally, and sees others - especially students - as having the ability to learn and reach success. Foster a positive culture by being optimistic, selfless, flexible, and collaborative. Demonstrate a belief in and commitment to fostering an inclusive and diverse school community. The Episcopal Academy seeks candidates who hope to help foster a school environment where all people are valued and where all perspectives are respected and appreciated, as described in our Diversity and Inclusion Statement. Application deadline: Until Filled Position start date: Immediate Opening
- $8 to $50 per hour
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By Liberty National Golf Club, - updated October 27 - Jersey City, New Jersey
Liberty National Golf Club Will be hosting the LPGA Mizuho Americas Open Partnering with the AJGA. Objective of Program To give a motivated student an opportunity to develop and improve their knowledge in golf course management practices, communication skills, time management, and teamwork. This will be a hands-on experience, working closely with the assistant superintendents. Interns will be exposed to all equipment, technology, and practices required to maintain a golf course at the highest level. Please see the below link for more information and pictures about our internship program! https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fmailchi.mp%2Flibertynationalgc%2Fliberty-national2023-summer-internship&data=05|01|Tim.Gallagher%40libertynationalgc.com|16d0fccd4d1946cf25c108dbb849d6b6|4c4b93cf713b49d9a9fa2730e190a28f|0|0|638306399515140332|Unknown|TWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D|3000|||&sdata=3ATZOqqptX9gfp7lJkfL0r4nM95EepJzb1dzZZxv%2FfA%3D&reserved=0 Responsibilities Setting up the course for daily play Operation of an assortment of golf course equipment consistent with maintaining championship conditions Involvement in all cultural practices Participation in our pesticide and fertilizer program An understanding of calibrating application equipment Assistance in irrigation troubleshooting and repair on Toro Lynx Irrigation System Contribution with in-house improvement projects Small crew management Learn to apply effective hand watering techniques
- $16 to $16 per hour
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By Scientific Plant Service, - Baltimore, Maryland
Mosquito Control Technician Position Description ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS (examples, not all inclusive) · Monitors assigned areas for mosquito breeding sites or adult activity and recommends and works with Operations Manager to determine appropriate treatment methods and schedules. · Operates chemical and organic spray equipment, utilizing proper abatement techniques; · Performs chemical/organic/mechanical control of aquatic weed in mitigation areas; · Determines appropriate time and schedule for spraying based on growth season characteristics, condition of water, and/or soil to be treated, weather conditions, wind, and other variables; · Selects and mixes appropriate chemical agents or organic controls considering infestation, environment, and vegetation; · Performs adult and larvae mosquito surveillance using visual observation, dipping, and mosquito landing counts or CDC; · Operates spray equipment using proper application techniques and procedures; · Operates and maintains equipment used in chemical and organic treatment operations including trucks, and various types of spray apparatus; · Operates and assists more senior staff in maintaining equipment, such as, trucks, tractors, and various types of sprayers and foggers. · Takes initiative to complete requirements and obtain occupational licenses and training required to perform more advanced assignments with limited guidance or direction. · Performs other related job duties as assigned. Special Qualifications (May be required depending on area of assignment): · Maryland Driver’s License · Depending on job tasks, candidates may be required to possess as a condition of employment any combination of the following job-related qualifications: Maryland Commercial Pesticide Applicators license with certification in one or more of the following categories: 5 Aquatic Weed Control, 6 Right-of-Way Pest Control, 3A & 3C Ornamental and Turf Pest Control, 8 Public Health. Qualifications: Ability to lift and carry 50-pound bags of materials. Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of experience and/or college degree in turf management, horticulture, parks and recreation, or a related field. Training: Equivalent to a high school diploma with additional specialized training or educational training in grounds maintenance, horticulture or a related field. Licenses and Certificates: Possession of valid driver’s license. Ability to obtain state Pest Control Applicator and Professional Fertilizer Applicator certificates. Working and Environmental Conditions: Field environment; exposure to dust and dirt, hazards associated with operating a motor vehicle, various chemicals including fertilizers, organic control materials, and pesticides, contagious conditions including poison oak and inclement weather conditions. Physical Conditions: Essential and other important duties and responsibilities may require maintaining physical conditions necessary for standing or walking for prolonged periods of time; climbing, kneeling and stooping; moderate to heavy lifting; the use of arms and legs. Yearly Salary: Minimum $62,000.00 $72,000 Plus: NO COST to employee health insurance, vacation, 100% immediate vesting 401k with 4% matching, uniforms and laundering, tips, 8 paid holidays, Off Christmas week with pay, year-end bonus and MORE! Email resume to Gary at email@example.com or call 410-321-0970 Job Benefits health insurance, vacation, 401k matching, uniforms, holidays, bonus Date Job is Available Ongoing Salary $62,000 to $72,000 per year Overtime: Yes Job Application Instructions email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
- $62,000 to $72,000 per year
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By TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, - Potomac, Maryland
TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm is currently seeking an intern for the 2024 season. An internship at TPC Potomac will provide students with a wealth of agronomic knowledge while better preparing them to be true professionals in the industry. The intern will work closely with the golf course superintendent, assistant superintendents and technicians each day to maintain cool-season turfgrasses at the highest level in the mid-Atlantic. Interns will have the opportunity to work one PGA TOUR event during the summer. Interns will also be exposed to other clubs in the area and have golfing opportunities at neighboring clubs.
- $18 to $18 per hour
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By Shoreacres, - updated October 26 - Lake Bluff, Illinois
Shoreacres founded in 1916 and currently ranked #54 on Golf Digest Top 100, #49 on Golf Magazine World 100, and #19 on Golfweek Top 100, is located in Lake Bluff, Illinois. A short distance from the Club in Lake Forest is where CB McDonald introduced the game of golf to America, on what is now preserved public land. The founding members consisting of Chicago's elite businessmen, acquired the Lake Michigan shoreline property with intentions of building a quiet understated club to escape the busy Country Clubs they were members of already. They hired Seth Raynor to build the golf course which was completed in 1921 and is often considered to be of his greatest works and possibly the finest land of any golf course. Shoreacres consists of unique glacial ravines throughout the property in which the routing sits impeccably using many of the famed Template Holes with many Raynor original designs throughout. The original 450 feet of shoreline frontage to Lake Michigan consists one of golf's great clubhouses designed by David Adler with a view that is second to none. Shoreacres was just announced to be host of the 2025 Jackson T. Stephens Cup, a prestigious collegiate tournament, memorializing the late Augusta National Chairman and his love for amateur golf. New for the 2024 season, Shoreacres will be better equipped to maintain and improve the ravine systems running throughout the course with the purchase of DJI Agras T20P agricultural drone. This will give our staff ability to apply pesticides and fertilizers in areas that were once impassable, utilizing the drones GPS guided granular and liquid application capabilities. This is a unique opportunity for individuals to learn and use the latest technologies' along with GPS sprayers and full John Deere lease package as of 2022. Beginning Spring of 2024 Shoreacres will embark on a 108,000 square foot bunker renovation with the installation of Better Billy Bunker. The internship will provide valuable construction experience with guaranteed participation in the project, working knowledge of all equipment used to maintain a championship golf Club, along with advanced pesticide and fertilizer application experience . The current makeup of staff within the Green and Grounds is as follows: 16 hourly staff (many with 10+ years of tenure), 4 assistants of varying experience including major Championships, Equipment Manager, Superintendent. We will involve interns into all facets of running a top 100 facility.
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By Byrncliff Golf Resort and Banquets, - updated October 26 - Varysburg, New York
We are looking for an individual who is motivated with a strong work ethic and a desire to learn. This individual will join the rest of our maintenance staff to produce the best possible playing conditions for our guests on a daily basis. Byrncliff Resort is a public 18 hole golf resort nestled the in the hills of Wyoming County, NY. The Golf course sits spaciously on 175 acres with an additional 200 acres of forest and agricultural fields. The maintenance facility at Byrncliff is comprised of a 4,000 sq ft heated work space and employee break room with offices and a 3600 sq ft cold storage area. We currently have a wide variety of new and well maintained turf equipment for all segments of golf course maintenance. The irrigation system is a well maintained 2001 Rainbird decoder system with stratus II software and flo-tronix pump station. This position will work closely with the superintendent on a daily basis to maintain the golf course. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: · Proficient in irrigation troubleshooting and repair · Fertilizer and pesticide applications · Daily course set up · Training of Staff · All other general golf course practices.
- $55,000 to $60,000 per year
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By KemperSports Management - Deerpath Golf Course, - Lake Forest, Illinois
Property Description: Built in 1926, Deerpath Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course owned by the City of Lake Forest. The course has three sets of tees and measures 6,255 yards with a par 70 from the back tees. This course features spectacular mature trees, high quality naturalized areas and beautiful water features including ponds and streams. Deerpath recently completed a 1.1M renovation project which consisted of continuous cart paths and increased drainage. Deerpath has also recently added a new halfway house and invested in 45 new golf carts. Deerpath, in conjunction with the City of Lake Forest, is in the middle of a 4-million-dollar public-private fundraising campaign. The City of Lake Forest is dedicated to the service the golf course provides to the community and contributes capital on an annual basis for new equipment. Position Summary: Responsible for all activities related to the care and maintenance of the golf course, grounds, and equipment. Plan and implement budgets. Hire, train and supervise staff. Apply relevant landscaping, horticultural principles to assure that quality standards are consistently achieved and/or exceeded. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: · Develop the annual maintenance budget and operating plan. Implement the plan according to Company operating policies and procedures to ensure cost containment. · Plan and implement staffing schedules to ensure quality standards are achieved at minimum employee cost. · Maintain the golf course in proper playing condition according to Company standards. · Develop and maintain drainage, irrigation, pumping and water reservoir systems. · Supervise all planting, fertilizing and care of turf, plants, shrubs, and trees on the golf course and grounds. Develop and implement a fertilizer, aeration and Integrated Pest Management program for proper turf grass and plant care. · Supervise course construction projects. · Supervise equipment maintenance and repair operations. Establish and implement a cleaning and preventative maintenance program for appropriate equipment, tools, vehicles, etc. · Ensure maintenance of all appropriate quality and cleanliness standards including, but not limited to, employee hygiene and uniforms, equipment repair areas, equipment storage areas, chemical and fertilizer storage areas, receiving areas, washing areas, lunch room areas, restrooms, etc. · Implement and monitor the purchase ordering and receiving program to maintain proper inventories of supplies and ensure proper quantity and price on all purchases. · Ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, OSHA rules and regulations, relating to chemical and fertilizer storage and disposal, employee safety, public safety, etc. · Manage employment activities for applicable staff members, including but not limited to, personnel recruitment and selection, performance evaluations, training, compensation, discipline and termination, etc. · Maintain knowledge of current and projected industry developments through continuous attention to industry periodicals and participation in relevant trade associations and organizations. · Maintain accurate records for pertaining to department activities including, but not limited to, labor schedules, course maintenance, construction activities, equipment repair, safety meetings and activities, fertilizer and chemical applications and pest control practices. · Assure the efficient and timely submission of all required operational, financial, budgetary and related reports. · Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: · Possess a minimum of 2-year college level degree in turfgrass management or related field. Additional business education is a plus. · Preferred 5 years combined experience as a Head or Assistant golf course superintendent. · Demonstrated experience and capability in the areas of budget development, fiscal management, strategic planning, staff management. · Regular participant in continuing education. · Demonstrated quality written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. · Ability to analyze and solve problems; efficiently handle multiple duties under pressure with minimal supervision; work flexible hours as required including nights/weekends. · Positive attitude, professional manner and appearance in all situations. Supervises: Assistant Superintendent; Mechanic, Laborers Classification: Full-time, Salaried, Exempt
- $85,000 to $90,000 per year
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By City of Farmington, - Farmington, New Mexico
JOB OPENING CITY OF FARMINGTON JOB POSITION #14: Parks Foreman - Athletics/Grounds NUMBER OF VACANCIES: 2 DEPARTMENT: PRCA/Parks Operations WORK LOCATION: 901 Fairgrounds Road HIRING RANGE: $19.9167 to $30.9707/Hour PAY GRADE: J DAYS WORKED: Varied HOURS WORKED: Varied TYPE OF POSITION: Regular, Full-Time APPLICATIONS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL: Until Filled JOB DUTIES Resumes submitted without a City of Farmington application will not be considered in our job selection process. This position is working with the nationally Accredited City of Farmington Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs department. The department has twelve (12) diverse divisions committed to growing a happy, healthy community for all, and enriching community's quality of life. They achieve this through exceptional parks, programs, cultural experiences, and customer focus. ESSENTIAL DUTIES Requires 24 hour on call availability to include weekends, nights, holidays, during and after adverse weather conditions and emergency situations as required. Must be at Parks Operations 30 min. after receiving the phone call. Performs a variety of administrative, supervisory and semi-skilled and skilled tasks in the maintenance and operation of buildings, scoreboards, grounds, parks, open spaces, and recreation structures. Performs all of the duties of a maintenance worker I, II, III, and IV's as written. Works under the administrative supervision of the Parks Superintendent or Assistant Sports Turf Superintendent. Comfortable and able to execute essential functions in highly visible public use area. Knowledge and management of sports irrigation systems, reviewing and initiating change when necessary. Knowledge of pest management guidelines and standards with the ability to identify turf pests and institute turf grass maintenance and best practices for treatment. Working knowledge of the maintenance of sports fields, construction, renovation and maintenance practices for turf grasses and synthetic surfaces. Project management skills and the ability to resolve complex problems and issues. Assists in, and effectively interacting and coordinating with other departments, private agencies, general public, athletic directors, coaches, player, umpires, and event organizers. High level of understanding of the sport's governing body requirements for field layouts and markings. Ability to supervisor and train multiple parks maintenance workers, assigned community service workers, and temporary employees as required. Plans and organizes workloads and staff assignments; trains, motivates and evaluates assigned staff; reviews progress and directs changes as needed. Ensures works tasks are assigned to appropriate individuals and coordinates the completion of such tasks. Ability to foster a cooperative work environment. Provides leadership and direction in the development of short- and long-range plans; coordinates department activities with other departments and agencies as needed. Guides and assists supervisors when need with communicating official plans, policies and procedures to staff and the Administrative public in their assigned area of responsibility. Assures that assigned areas of responsibility are performed within budget; assuring effective and efficient use of personnel, materials, facilities, and time. Provides feedback, guidance and training with errors and complaints. Provides necessary supervision, direction, and assistance to crews at work sites, enforcing policies, regulations, and safety and health standards. Operates a motor vehicle to assist in carrying out the business of the department and the City. Determines, calculates and secures the appropriate materials and supplies for a specific project. Assists in projecting needs for equipment, materials and supplies. Assures that tools and equipment are properly maintained and kept in proper working condition. Assists in interviewing and hiring process; assigns, supervises and evaluates park maintenance workers, temporary employees, or community service workers. Prepares and maintains daily, monthly, and annual reports and records, for seasonal trainings as required. Responds to public inquiries; provides information within scope of knowledge and position. Oversees and coordinates median, athletic field, and riverine maintenance. Coordinates usage and maintenance schedules of athletic fields and facilities. Oversees and assists in the mowing and maintenance of park and open space areas such as baseball and soccer fields; mows weeds; cleans and maintains tennis and volleyball courts and nets; oversees and assists in the maintenance of sprinkler systems and the repair and installation of sprinkler lines and heads. Oversees the seeding, fertilizing, top dressing, soil conditioning, watering, and the pest and weed control of the City's parks and open spaces. Ability to calculate formulas for calibrations. Assists in setting up and taking down equipment for various park and recreation programs, prepares facilities for park for special events and recreation program use. Opens and closes, locks and unlocks City facilities as needed. Assists in the construction of new parks facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, and foundation work. Understanding of various fertilizers, soil conditioner, and pest control methods. Drainage controls, netting, skin surfaces, and stadium facilities. Ability to determine field conditions, i.e.: the playability of the field, safety for players, and the facility wellbeing. Prior to a rain out and report in the absence of the superintendent. Basic computer skills. Attendance is an essential function of this position. NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES Inspects park and open space services provided by contractors or vendors for compliance with performance standards. Assists in the purchasing of material and equipment, as well as developing and maintaining a yearly budget. Serves as a member of various employee committees, as assigned. Performs installation, and safety inspections of playgrounds and makes repairs as needed. The ability to record completed work on the web-based program for playgrounds. The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. QUALIFICATIONS This position is subject to the City of Farmington's Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace Policy which includes: pre employment testing, post-accident testing, random testing, reasonable suspicion testing, return to duty testing, and follow-up testing. This position requires a baseline audiometric examination. Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. Sports Turf Degree, approved certificates as they relate to this position, and/or educational equivalent and experience. 3 to 5 years supervisory experience. Advanced knowledge of agronomy and environmental turf grass management practices including pest/weed management, an understanding of soil chemistry, fertilizers, and chemicals; a working knowledge of sports field construction principles, practices and methods; and a thorough understanding of the sports governing bodies' requirements for field layout and marking. Knowledge of chemicals and New Mexico herbicide applicator's license preferred, or ability to obtain such within ninety days of entry into position. Valid driver's license with CDL endorsement, with acceptable driving record for past three years, or ability to obtain CDL within a reasonable amount of time into the position. Cultural skills as related to turf, trees, flowers and shrubs. Plant and weed identification. Considerable knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in building and grounds maintenance. Working knowledge of equipment and supplies used to do minor and major repairs. Working knowledge of first aid and applicable safety precautions. Skill in the operation of listed tools and equipment. Ability to use equipment and tools properly and safely. Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Ability to understand, follow, and transmit written and oral instructions. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, other City personnel and the public. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED Ability to operate tools and equipment listed. Pickup truck, lawn and landscaping equipment including tractors, mowers, aerifier, chain saw, edgers, weed trimmers, electric motors, pumps, sprinklers, irrigation systems, Sand Pro, Truckster, golf cart, John Deere ATV, top dresser, sprayers, fertilizer hopper, soil sifter, seeder, sod cutter, string trimmers; front-end loader/tractor, backhoe, dump truck, skid loader, fork lift, miscellaneous hand and power tools for turf maintenance, carpentry, painting, and cement finishing work; jack hammers, welders, steam cleaners, buffers, washers, pumps, valves, filtration devices, gauges, etc., telephone, mobile radio, computer, and calculator. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear and to reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; and use hands to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls. The employee is occasionally required to sit; may be required more frequently to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Ability to lift heavy objects, walk and stand for long periods of time, and to perform strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move, with assistance, more than 80 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions. The employee frequently works in high, precarious places and is frequently exposed to wet and hot and cold weather conditions, traffic, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and vibration. The employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, M/F/D/V.
- $19 to $30 per hour
- 692 views
By Rumson Country Club, - updated October 26 - Rumson, New Jersey
Rumson Country Club is an 18 hole private golf facility located on the Jersey Shore. The membership amenities at Rumson CC are vast; not only an 18 hole championship course, but we possess a driving range, short game practice area, croquet court, tennis courts, paddle tennis courts, skeet and trap shooting range, pool, marina, and a yacht club. The club is located 40 minutes south of New York City, 90 minutes from Philadelphia, and 3 minutes from the beach. We are in the middle of a Phase 1 Capital Project campaign that includes clubhouse renovation/expansion, new pump station, and utility upgrades. Phase 2 is currently in final planning/permitting stages that includes primarily Golf Course renovation work, marina dredging, and other infrastructure projects. It is an exciting time at Rumson Country Club. The assistant superintendent plays a key role in golf course and property management on a daily basis. This person would work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent to plan and execute all maintenance tasks and projects.
- $60,000 to $70,000 per year
- 795 views
By Simpson Norton Corporation, - updated October 25 - Goodyear, Arizona
Simpson Norton Corporation is the leading supplier of equipment used to maintain outdoor environments in the New Mexico, Arizona, and Las Vegas markets. We are responsible for the sale, assembly, delivery and maintenance of a wide variety of specialized equipment and utility vehicles manufactured by industry leaders such as Toro. We have developed a strong reputation for our customer focus and operational excellence. We are currently looking for an In-Field Service Technician to provide technical support, and perform mechanical repairs and maintenance work on commercial equipment at customer locations. The territory covered is everything from Socorro, New Mexico to Pecos, TX. We are looking for a Technician who has excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as computer and multi-tasking skills. Must be reliable and have a clean driving record. Must have at least 5 years experience in troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of engines and electrical. Previous Turf Equipment experience is a plus. Must be self motivated with customer satisfaction as #1 priority. Ideal candidate will live in Southern NM area.
- $50,000 to $70,000 per year
- 627 views
By Turf Star Western, - Salem, Oregon
New Job Opportunity- Equipment Mechanic Turf Star Western (TSW) is seeking a Equipment Mechanic to join our growing business in Salem, OR! TSW is a leader in Commercial Turf, Consumer, Residential Landscape Contractor, and Construction equipment for the West Coast. Entry level and experienced mechanics are welcome to apply. The primary focus is building incoming equipment/product orders with the ability to spot issues before the product hits the market. Our book of business provides a set up mechanic with experience in setting up equipment with diesel, gasoline, hybrids, and electric motors. The Set-Up Mechanic job does not require using your own tools. Tools will be provided. Provided tools will be replaced and maintained by TSW, as needed. We are looking for applicants who will always represent TSW in a professional and ethical manner when working with all types of customers: internal, external, co-workers, management/ownership, vendors, and the like. Solid professional communication skills and accepting constructive feedback in this job is essential. Job duties: · Set-up new equipment following specifications provided by the vendor · Accurately and timely submit proper forms and paperwork (parts orders, labor logs, etc) during and upon job assignment completion · Accurately and timely electronic reporting of time and attendance · Complete set-ups within the recognized vendor times · Ability to diagnose and repair · Participate in continuing education and maintain certifications · Always follow federal, state, local, and TSW safety guidelines · Manually or with use of a lift truck (after being certified), move equipment in need of repair or set-up from the yard or warehouse to the shop’s work area Job Qualifications: · Background in mechanics preferred; not required · Basic computer skills required · Ability to accept and apply training · Desire to meet and/or exceed goals · Excellent communication skills · A willingness to develop and grow · Ability to stay organized in a fast-paced environment · This is an active position. The candidate must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time and lift up to 50lbs. Job Offerings: · Hourly wage based upon qualifications with some overtime possible, but not guaranteed. · Mon-Fri (NO Weekends!!) · Semi-monthly pay · Non-Exempt · Benefit Package including Medical/Dental/Vision/Life, PTO · 401(k) Turf Star, Inc is an equal-opportunity employer. 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 characteristic prohibited by federal, state, and/or local law. Send Resumes to Gabe.Hughes@turfstar.com
- $23 to $27 per hour
- 961 views
By Turf Star Western, - Rancho Cordova, California
New Job Opportunity- Set-up Mechanic Turf Star Western (TSW) is seeking a Set Up Mechanic to join our growing business in Rancho Cordova, CA! TSW is a leader in Commercial Turf, Consumer, Residential Landscape Contractor, and Construction equipment for the West Coast. Entry level and experienced mechanics are welcome to apply. The primary focus of this job is building incoming equipment/product orders with the ability to spot issues before the product hits market. Our book of business provides a set up mechanic with experience in setting up equipment with diesel, gasoline, hybrids, and electric motors. The Set-Up Mechanic job does not require using your own tools. Tools will be provided. Provided tools will be replaced and maintained by TSW, as needed. We look for applicants who will always represent TSW in a professional and ethical manner when working with all types of customers: internal, external, co-workers, management/ownership, vendors, and the like. Solid professional communication skills and accepting constructive feedback in this job is essential. Set-up Mechanic Essential Job Functions: · Set-up new equipment following specifications provided by the vendor · Accurately and timely submit proper forms and paperwork during and upon job assignment completion · Accurately and timely submits administrative duties daily. Parts orders, labor logs, accurate electronic reporting of time and attendance, etc. · Certification of proper lift truck use. · Manually or with use of a lift truck (after being certified), move equipment in need of repair or set-up from the yard or warehouse to the shop’s work area · Build knowledge base to complete set-ups within the ascribed vendor times · Ability to diagnose and repair · Demonstrate a professional demeanor at all times with all customers, as described above · Work and communicate with Lead Set Up Technician and Service Manager · Maintain certifications as available and continuing education · Always follow federal, state, local, and TSW safety guidelines Set-up Mechanic Job Qualifications: · Background in mechanics preferred; not required · Basic computer skills required · Ability to accept and apply training · Desire to meet and/or exceed goals · Excellent communication skills · A willingness to develop and grow · Ability to stay organized in a fast-paced environment · This is an active position. The candidate must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time and lift up to 50lbs. Job Offerings: · Classification: Non-Exempt · Job Type: Full Time, will consider Part Time · The pay range for this position is $19 - $25.50 per hour, depending on experience · Monday through Friday. Weekends may be required, during peak business needs. · Work shift: 1 shift, 6:30am-3:00pm, able to work overtime if/when needed · 60/90/180 day bonuses available for successful job performance ($3,000 total) · Paid 2 times a month (semi-monthly) · Paid time off earned per pay period based on months of service · Holiday Pay – Nine (9) recognized holidays · Benefits package: Turf Star, Inc partners with Insperity, under a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) partnership which offers medical, dental, and vision benefits. TSW paid life and AD&D insurance. Health savings account, flexible spending account, and a 401(k)-retirement plan. In addition to ancillary benefit offerings, such as: life insurance, disability insurance, accident insurance, and critical illness insurance. In compliance with the State of California, Turf Star, Inc provides a reasonable range of minimum compensation for roles that may be hired in California. Actual compensation is influenced by a wide array of factors including but not limited to shill set, level of experience, and specific geographic area. For the State of California only, the range of pay for this job is $19-$25.50 per hour. Turf Star, Inc is an equal-opportunity employer. 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 characteristic prohibited by federal, state, and/or local law.
- $19 to $25 per hour
- 2,205 views
By Van Cortlandt Golf Course LLC, - updated October 25 - Bronx, New York
Seeking a turf equipment technician (maintenance mechanic) at a NYC golf course.
- $20 to $50 per hour
- 871 views
By Old Edwards Club, - Highlands, North Carolina
The Turfgrass Management team at the Old Edwards Club and GlenCove is seeking an intern for the upcoming 2024 season. We hope to fill this position with a highly motivated individual eager to learn as much as they can from the team here at OEC. The Old Edwards Club is a private golf club located in the mountains of western North Carolina. We have an 18 hole golf course as well as a recently completed 12 hole lighted par 3 course. We have kentucky bluegrass rough, bentgrass greens and fairways. This position will have the opportunity to be involved in everything we do to the golf course here at the Old Edwards Club as well as at our 12 hole par three facility GlenCove. The management team here is committed to providing a well rounded internship. We will focus daily tasks on what is best for the continued improvement of the golf courses plus focus on what skills the intern expresses a desire to develop.
- $17 to $17 per hour
- 554 views
By Kinsale Golf and Fitness Club, - updated October 25 - Powell, Ohio
Kinsale Golf and Fitness Club is a unique Arthur Hill Signature Private Golf Club located in Powell Ohio. The club has continued to thrive and grow each year along with setting a high standard of golf conditions. The club's philosophy is simple, to provide the highest customer service and very firm and fast golf conditions every day. All in a desire to give our members and their guests a great experience every time they step onto the property. We are looking for an individual to join our maintenance team and be an essential part of making new improvements with the property and facility while creating a high standard. The Assistant will be involved with all the aspects of the course as well as leading the maintenance team and new projects as they arise. The individual must be hardworking and very dependable with a two or four-year degree in turf management or agronomy related field as well as previous experience at a top-level club. A high, competitive salary will be offered commensurate with experience. If you are a passionate person who strives to be their best every day to develop their career, then Kinsale may be the perfect place for you. Please send a cover letter and resume to: Kinsale Golf and Fitness Club 7629 Woodcutter Drive Powell, Ohio 43065 Attention: Rob Fisher
- $50,000 to $65,000 per year
- 891 views
By Fyre Lake Golf Club, - updated October 24 - Sherrard, Illinois
Description Built in 2010, Fyre Lake Golf Club is an 18-Hole Public Golf Course located in Sherrard, IL. One of the few Nicklaus Designs in the state of Illinois, Fyre Lake is carved through a beautiful, undulating terrain with the namesake lake creating some of the most breathtaking shots in the area. A par 70 measuring over 6500 yards, this course is a true test to all levels of golfers. Duties and Responsibilities Interns will be tasked with maintaining the agronomy of the course at the highest levels. They will directly report to the Course Superintendent and their duties shall be as follows: · Develop Plant Protectants Program · Execute all pesticide applications · Perform course setup on daily basis · Manage, direct, educate and train seasonal employees · Scout and manage any diseases · Maintain inventory · Communicate with Pro Shop personnel on course conditions daily · Interface with members regularly · Active local chapter involvement Education Reimbursement Returning Interns will be eligible for tuition reimbursement, provided they meet qualifying criteria.
- $20 to $20 per hour
- 621 views
By Fyre Lake Golf Club, - Sherrard, Illinois
Description Built in 2010, Fyre Lake Golf Club is an 18-Hole Public Golf Course located in Sherrard, IL. One of the few Nicklaus Designs in the state of Illinois, Fyre Lake is carved through a beautiful, undulating terrain with the namesake lake creating some of the most breathtaking shots in the area. A par 70 measuring over 6500 yards, this course is a true test to all levels of golfers. Duties and Responsibilities The Assistant Superintendent will be tasked with maintaining the agronomy of the course at the highest levels. They will directly report to the Course Superintendent and their duties shall be as follows: · Develop Plant Protectants Program · Execute all pesticide applications · Perform course setup on daily basis · Manage, direct, educate and train seasonal employees · Scout and manage any diseases · Maintain inventory · Communicate with Pro Shop personnel on course conditions daily · Interface with members regularly · Active local chapter involvement
- $20 to $26 per hour
- 841 views
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