The Superintendent is responsible for operation of the golf course operation and maintenance. The responsibilities include: turf grass/plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, personnel management,scheduling/maintenance or irrigation systems, pesticide applications, related recordings, and compliance of regulatory issues. The Golf Course Superintendent works to create an environment where staff is involved and enthusiastic, with open communications and respect for themselves, members, guests and the property.
Responsible for all phases of Golf Maintenance and Agronomic operations, cost control, and personnel.
Works closely with, advises, and coordinates with ownership on any issues related to golf course maintenance to operate the property in a fiscally responsible and professional manner.
Directs and participates in the construction and maintenance of the grounds.
Designs landscape plans for facility grounds and implements the plan.
Must be able to work independently and be a self-starting problem solver.
Oversees the care and maintenance of the turf,ornamental plants, shrubs, trees and wetlands on the facility grounds.
Recruits, supervises and retains maintenance staff.
Oversees subordinates in proper and safe operation and maintenance of mechanical and power equipment. Plans and budgets for additional or replacement capital equipment.
Supervises and participates in the application and recording of chemical applications (fertilizers and pesticides) on the course's grounds in compliance with all local, provincial, and federal regulations.
Supervises and controls all maintenance expenses associated with Golf Course Operations, including payroll, supplies, chemicals and fertilizers.
Develops annual operating budget and plans for maintenance and capital improvement projects.
Maintains records and completes required reporting. Order parts, supplies and equipment as needed.
Knowledge of management and maintenance of greens, fairways and roughs.
Knowledge of use and operating standards of equipment and tools used in golf course construction and maintenance work.
Knowledge of safe use, mixing and application of chemicals and commercial products.
Knowledge of the game of golf, golf rules and methods of play.
Ability to anticipate personnel, equipment, and material requirements related to golf course maintenance and repair assignments.
Ability and knowledge to lay out irrigation patterns, drainage patterns, construct tees and/or greens.
3-5 years experience as a Golf Superintendent or 1st Assistant
2-year Degree or Certificate in Turf Management(or related field, like agronomy, horticulture, plant science, soil science).
Valid Driver's License.
Salary: It is negotiable upon experience.
Contact: please use email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> and it can be attention: General Manager
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