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Mountain Dell Golf Course Assistant Superintendent

Position Title:

Assistant Superintendent - Mountain Dell Golf Course

Job Description: Under the general direction of a Golf Course Superintendent, provides skilled maintenance and upkeep on a municipal golf course, which includes following schedules for turf management, repair and construction. This position involves supervisory responsibilities and technical knowledge in golf course design and maintenance.

This position requires working non-conventional hours and overtime as needed during peak golfing season.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

WORKING CONDITIONS:

POSITION TYPE

Full-Time

POSITION SALARY RANGE

$20.51/hr - $26.89/hr

To apply, click this link: https://slcgov.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SLC/job/Golf-Mountain-Dell-Golf-Course/Assistant-Superintendent---Mountain-Dell-Golf-Course_JR1154?q=golf

Mick Riley Golf Course Assistant Superintendent

Posted 1.9.23

Job Summary:
Performs general maintenance to golf course grounds and facilities.

Minimum Qualifications:
-Two (2) years of work experience in a closely related field is required, of which one (1) year must have been worked on a golf course; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. 

-Must obtain a State of Utah Non-Commercial Pesticide Applicators License within six (6) months of hire.

-Due to the nature of this position, the successful applicant must pass a required background investigation.

-Possession of a valid Utah Driver's License is required in order to drive County vehicles.

Essential Functions:

Interested applicants can apply at: https://careers-slco.icims.com/jobs/33082/asst-superintendent-of-greens-parks-%26-recreation/job?mode=view

Wasatch Peaks Ranch Assistant Superintendent

Posted 12.28.22

Assistant Golf Course Superintendent                             

JOB SUMMARY
Wasatch Peaks Ranch is a private golf and ski community being developed in northern Utah. This exclusive development encompasses over 12,000 breathtaking acres, including 3,000 acres of private ski terrain. Currently under construction is a championship Tom Fazio golf course, practice facility, and short game area. Set to open summer of 2024, the assistant golf course superintendent (AGCS) will play a major role in the construction and grow-in of this spectacular course. Additionally, the AGCS will assist the golf course superintendent in the recruitment, training, and development of key full-time and seasonal positions on the golf maintenance team. 

Essential Job Duties (Summer Season)

The Assistant Superintendent, under the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent, directs and participates in the daily maintenance of the golf course and grounds
Schedules and oversees work and supervises employees on tasks and use of equipment
Instructs equipment operators and greenskeepers on the proper operation and care of all maintenance equipment, ensuring all equipment is cleaned and stored properly and maintenance facility is kept clean and organized

Assists in operating irrigation central control system and setting daily watering schedule

Maintains proper employee paperwork and records

Troubleshoots irrigation problems, coordinating the necessary repairs, participating with repairs as needed

Supervises pesticide and fertilizer applications, including proper calibrations of application equipment, and applies pesticides and fertilizers as needed

Assists in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety, and personnel discipline as needed

Perform other duties as assigned

Essential Job Duties (Winter Season):
Participates in snow removal for designated areas on roadways, facilities, parking lots, and homes

Performs minor building maintenance, repair, and upkeep (painting, organizing, cleaning)

Assists in directing employees on winter maintenance projects on golf course, buildings, and grounds, and participate in tasks as needed

Discuss and plan maintenance schedules, tasks, and protocols for the upcoming season with the Golf Course Superintendent

Basic Qualifications:

Able to work over 40 hours a week during peak times throughout the season.

Ability to work any day of the week, including Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays

Valid U.S. drivers license

Authorization to work in the United States

Minimum of 3 years working on a golf course including previous management experience

Working knowledge of the maintenance of golf course tees, fairways, greens

Ability to obtain state pesticide applicator license within 90 days

Preferred Qualifications:
Requires a 2 or 4-year degree or certificate in Agronomy, Turfgrass Management, Horticulture, or related field

Requires a high degree of administrative and leadership ability, especially in terms of problem solving decision making, and mentoring

Requires knowledge of current federal, state, and local laws and regulations pertaining to the management of golf course

Advanced knowledge of agronomy and turfgrass management practices and a thorough understanding of the rules and strategies of the game of golf

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Previous experience in golf course construction or renovation a plus

For more information and to apply, email hr@wasatchpeaksranch.com

Wasatch Peaks Ranch Equipment Manager

Position: Equipment Manager
Reports to: Golf Course Superintendent

Company Overview: Wasatch Peaks Ranch is developing and building a new private mountain resort community located in the Wasatch Mountains 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City. The development encompasses 12,000 acres including 3,000 acres of private ski terrain; a Tom Fazio-designed private golf course; and 460 private homes and homesites being developed under a multi-phase 10–15-year buildout. This multi-billion-dollar project will offer the most exclusive array of skiing, golf, and a variety of other amenities in a private club setting in the United States.
Job Summary (Essential Functions)
Under the general supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, the Equipment Manager oversees and participates in all maintenance and repair of golf course equipment, construction equipment, and automobiles.
Primary responsibilities:
• Inspect, diagnose, and repair mechanical failures in various golf course maintenance equipment including, diesel, electric and gasoline powered automobiles, mowers, and small engine equipment.
• Oversee and participate in reel grinding and sharpening on golf course mowers
• Instruct and/or train golf course maintenance worker regarding preventive maintenance, and the proper cleaning of and safe operation of equipment. Help create S.O.P regarding equipment
• Prioritize equipment repair and maintenance work
• Establishes and maintains safety procedures for using equipment.
• Maintains safety records.
• Places orders for parts/supplies as needed for equipment or service and tracks expenses and inventories for budget purposes
• Maintain a preventive maintenance program within budget on all equipment, and purchase repair parts and replacement supplies under supervision of the Golf Course
Superintendent.
• Keep a complete set of records for equipment and parts inventory purchases, equipment
conditions, costs of repairs and preventive maintenance for all equipment
• Oversee the shop maintenance area in an organized clean fashion
• Spot checks equipment for performance on the course, frequently makes emergency repairs to equipment on the course, and services or supervises servicing of equipment prior to use.
• Undertakes body and fender work, fabrication, welding, troubleshooting and repairs to hydraulic and electrical systems.
• Protect all company assets
• Participate in snow removal program as needed
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Job Knowledge, Core Competencies and Expectations
• Able to repair and maintain all golf course equipment.
• Knowledge of and ability to perform required role in emergency situations.

Education and/or Experience
• Must be 18 years of age or older.
• Graduate of a vocational technical school or post-secondary training in small engine repair or mechanics.
• Four to six years of experience as a mechanic.
• Golf equipment repair experience.
Classification: Full-time/Exempt
Licenses and Special Requirements:
• Valid driver’s license.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
• Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.
• Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.
• Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
• Able 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.

Salary Range: $75,000 - $85,000/year

For more information and to apply, email hr@wasatchpeaksranch.com

Wasatch Peaks Ranch Irrigation Specialist

Position: Irrigation Specialist
Reports to: Golf Course Superintendent

Company Overview: Wasatch Peaks Ranch is developing and building a new private mountain resort community located in the Wasatch Mountains 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City. The development encompasses 12,000 acres including 3,000 acres of private ski terrain; a Tom Fazio-designed private golf course; and 460 private homes and homesites being developed under a multi-phase 10–15-year buildout. This multi-billion-dollar project will offer the most exclusive array of skiing, golf, and a variety of other amenities in a private club setting in the United States.
Job Description: The Irrigation Specialist, under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent and assistant superintendent, is responsible for the complete operation and maintenance of the golf course irrigation system and its properties. The irrigation specialist will offer expertise and aid in maintenance of landscape irrigation systems where needed.
Essential Qualifications: Working knowledge of basic electricity and hydraulics related to an irrigation system; basic understanding of agronomy and turf grass science; understanding of the game of golf and preparation techniques for play; ability to operate light and medium duty equipment; record keeping and basic computer skills; supervisory skills; 3 years golf course maintenance and irrigation experience; valid driver’s license.
Physical and Mental Requirements: Physical activity is moderate to demanding and will require bending, kneeling, and lifting. Must be able to lift and carry up to 70 pounds. Must be able to use hand and power tools, such as a shovel or a chainsaw. Must be able to walk around golf course, hand dig holes or trenches with a shovel, and sit on and operate golf carts, utility vehicles, tractors, and mowers. Mental activity includes intermediate math skills for calculating data figures important to golf course and irrigation systems maintenance. Must be able to retain information important to maintenance programs; read, write, and verbally communicate with employees, management, members, and public. This position requires a high level of concentration because of the danger of equipment used for testing electricity and pressurized systems.

Responsibilities
 Assist Golf Course Superintendent and assistant superintendents in the programming, operation, and maintenance of the central irrigation computer system and subsequent satellites.
 Conduct morning evaluation of golf course irrigation, including pump station checks to determine previous irrigation cycle success and maintain daily water usage records.
 Evaluate proper operation of all pump stations and communicates with Golf Course Superintendent as to required work and preventative maintenance.
 Maintain and repair the installed golf course irrigation system, including heads, pipe, valves, wire, etc.
 Supervise and participate in additional irrigation installations and drainage projects.
 Conduct winterization and start-up of irrigation system and pump stations.
 Supervise and direct a changing labor force when needed (i.e. hand watering, installations, etc).
 Communicate with assistant superintendents to schedule manpower and resources with regards to irrigation needs.
 Keep inventory of all irrigation parts, fittings, and accessories.
 Operate specialized equipment, such as trencher, skid steer, and backhoe.
 Report any irregularities in course turf quality to Golf Course Superintendent or assistant superintendents.
 Participate in snow removal activities including scheduling, procedures, cleanup, preparation, and implementation.
 Perform other duties as directed by his/her supervisor.
Physical Demands and Work Environment
• Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.
• Frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.
• Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; high, precarious places; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
• Able 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.

For more information and to apply, email hr@wasatchpeaksranch.com

Oakridge Country Club 2nd Assistant Superintendent

Posted 12.12.22

Assistant Superintendent
Oakridge Country Club is a private, member owned 18-hole park style golf course designed by William F. Bell and William Neff. The Club opened in 1957 and has 400 active members. Oakridge Country Club is the host site for the Korn Ferry Tour ‘Utah Championship’ for 2023. Oakridge is located 20 miles north of Salt Lake City and is adjacent to numerous outdoor and cultural activities. Hiking, biking, rafting, fly fishing, summer concerts and winter activities are all within a short distance of the golf course.

Description: The Assistant Superintendent, under supervision of the Superintendent or Senior Assistant Superintendent, will be involved in all aspects of golf course management. Specific emphasis will be on irrigation system operation, maintenance and repair along with fertilizer and plant protectant applications. Other duties and responsibilities may include monitoring golf course playing conditions, small project management, equipment maintenance, seasonal employee training and supervision and performing other tasks in daily course preparation as needed. We desire an individual that is looking to develop personal management skills while gaining knowledge in golf course management. This individual will play a key role in preparation and operations for the Utah Championship, a PGA Tour event.

Requirements:
 College level or technical training in turfgrass management or related field is desired
 Golf course maintenance experience required
 Ability to spot, troubleshoot, diagnose and repair irrigation system mechanical and electrical components
 Knowledge of turfgrass diseases and the ability to scout and identify problems
 Knowledge of fertilizer and chemical application equipment including calibration
 Works efficiently in a clean and organized environment
 Demonstrates self-motivation and attention to details
 Strong record keeping and organizational skills
 Desire to learn about budget development, purchasing and inventory management
 Flexibility to work overtime, weekends and varying schedules
 Ability to play golf and relate to course conditions

Compensation and Benefits:
 This is a 12 month full time position
 Salary range $40,000 – 45,000
 Other benefits include employee medical and dental insurance, vacation and time off, 401-K retirement plan, bonus, uniforms, meals, golfing privileges, association dues, educational opportunities

Contact:
 Wesley York, Golf Course Superintendent
 Phone: 801.425.5185
 wes@oakridgecc.com
 1492 W. Shepard Lane, Farmington, UT 84041

Coyote Springs Golf Club Superintendent

Posted 12.7.22

Applications are invited for the Golf Course Superintendent's position at Coyote Springs Golf Course, a Jack Nicklaus Signature design opened in 2008 featuring a 22 acre practice facility and a stunning 18-hole championship layout located 50 miles from down town Las Vegas. The successful candidate will have experience in managing cool season turf in a desert environment and verbally display confidence in their ability to maintain A4 creeping bentgrass greens in pristine
condition. A strong organizational ability is required to manage this complex facility which boasts the following:

7471 Yard Championship Golf Course
9 Lakes including 3 waterfall features
2 Watertronic pump stations including fertigation systems
Toro Lynx Irrigation Control system
33,000 Rounds per year
Toro fleet of equipment and 80 new Clubcar Golf Carts

Qualifications:
Candidates should possess the following:
 High School Graduate
 2 year certificate in Turfgrass Management, or higher
 5 Years of Experience demonstrating continual professional development
 Fully conversant in all aspects of course management specifically in water quality and management, weed and insect abatement, equipment set up and maintenance, staff recruitment and training.
 Written and Verbal communication
 Budget development, planning and execution

Salary and benefits are competitive and dependent upon Experience. Full job description will be discussed during the interview process.

Please send resumes and cover letters to Edward Miranda, Human Resources at emiranda@coyotesprings.com

Lander Golf Club Superintendent

Posted 12.7.22

Golf Course Superintendent

Overview: 
At 5600 feet, Lander Golf Club is one of the highest courses in Wyoming. The Wind River Mountain range creates a dramatic backdrop for the 18-hole course. The course features 6,574 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71 and a driving range. Our relaxed atmosphere welcomes golfers of all levels.

Golf Course Superintendent
The Golf Course Superintendent manages the day-to-day operation of the golf course, meeting the expectations of the course and maintaining great playing conditions. This position requires leadership and communication skills. The Golf Course Superintendent directs and participates in all aspects of golf course maintenance and performs related work as required. The Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Board of Directors in addition works closely with, advises and coordinates with the Head Golf Professional on any issues related to golf course. The golf course superintendent manages a maintenance staff.

General Responsibilities
Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of all areas of the golf course, exclusive to the course itself, and
does not include restaurant, clubhouse, or business on the property.
● Determines irrigation requirements and setting up nightly irrigation
● Implements fertility and pesticide programs and monitors effectiveness
● Scouts golf course for disease, nutrient response and longevity, soil moisture, and course details
● Supervises pesticide applications and ensures properly calibrated pesticide application equipment; supervises and participates in the operation, repair and maintenance of pumps, irrigation systems, central irrigation computer, and drainage systems
● Maintains, service and mechanical repairs of all ground’s equipment and golf carts
● Assists in Human Resource Management (record-keeping) including keeping accurate records on payroll, inventory, pesticide/fertilizer applications, maintenance procedures, evaluations, grants, implementing employee training and safety programs, personnel discipline/conflict resolution, seasonal employee hiring, and may also modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation
● Communicates with related departments as needed
● Attends bi-monthly meetings with the Golf Board Members and works with the Golf Director
● Maintains organization and cleanliness of maintenance facility ensuring that maintenance staff pick up trash, mow the greens and repair damage to the turf daily without interrupting the golfers
● Oversees all course construction
● Must comply and support a drug-free workplace
● Must have a professional and courteous personality
● Maintain a clean, healthy, and safe working environment, one that abides by this department, OSHA, and local, state, and federal standards.
● Any other duties assigned by Golf Board

Experience Requirements
● Knowledge of the maintenance of golf course fairways, greens, tees, the seeding, and practices for golf course turf; the planting, cultivating, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs, and trees; the characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers and soil conditioners; plant protectant and pest control methods and materials; drainage control methods; and irrigation system, including wells, pumps, and automatic controls
● Ability to schedule and supervise maintenance work to achieve the most efficient utilization of workers and equipment; to prepare clear and concise reports; and to maintain effective employee and public relations
● Possession of a valid driver's license
● Require pesticide license or able to obtain one
● Needs mechanical experience

Pay
$ 48,000 to $60,000 Depending on Experience

To apply send your current resume, letter of interest and three references to the Lander Golf Course 
P.O. Box 417 Lander, WY 82520, or email to landergolfclub@wyoming.com

The Lander Golf Course is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an
inclusive culture.

Skyway Golf and Country Club Superintendent

Overview
Skyway Golf and Country Club is a nine-hole Semi Private facility that is 3150 yards long with a Driving Range. The Board has shown a willingness to do what it takes to improve
the course. Equipment is updated and Pump Station is also being updated. At Skyway, work feels like play, as you build relationships with your team and meet Members from all
different backgrounds. Every time you step foot in your Club, you can create magic moments and enrich lives. So, join us and be a part of a fun, fast-paced, high-impact group of talented people. We are passionate about bringing people together through inclusiveness and about bringing out the very best in life.

JOB SUMMARY
Golf Course Superintendent
The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for the successful operation of the Golf Course Maintenance, Clubhouse Maintenance, and Golf Course Equipment Maintenance.
The Superintendent works closely with the Head Golf Professional on capital improvement expansion projects, and how to maximize the number of rounds of golf
played by scheduling maintenance practices around Member play and outings to maximize efficiency is essential.
 
WHY SKYWAY
Skyway Country Club is a family focused environment
Work/Life Balance
Competitive Pay
Free Membership and Playing Privileges
Simulator Time

Experience Required
ABOUT YOU
 Experience as a head superintendent or assistant superintendent: Preferred
 Min 2-year College Agronomy Degree Preferred but not Required
 Pesticide Applicators License Preferred but not Required
 Knowledge of regulatory requirements and recordkeeping as required by local, state, and federal laws
 Knowledge in Equipment Maintenance
 Diplomatic team player able to foster relationships with Members, Employee Partners, and guests


Essential Responsibilities
DAY-TO-DAY
Train and Implement Procedures for Golf Course Maintenance Staff
Assign and evaluate performance of daily tasks
Daily water management of Practices Greens, Tees, and Fairways
Daily setup of course for play
Manage daily employee projects
Daily management of traffic control
Daily evaluation of turf for wear, disease, moisture, cut quality, growth rate, etc.
Equipment Maintenance
Identify efficiencies and make recommendations
Provide appropriate feedback to staff, and recommendations to Senior Management regarding compensation, advancement, and training needs.
Assign and develop work-efficient schedules to meet staffing needs of Golf Operationsand as warranted.
Develop relationships with members to promote golf activities.
Immediately address and resolve member/guest complaints.
Effective communication with staff, members, and Senior Management.
Ability to work well under pressure, coordinate multiple tasks, and attention to details.
Conduct oneself in a professional manner and always maintain a professional image.
(Possible Minimal hours required during the off season)

Pay $45,000-$55,000 DOE

Send resume to Devin Kidman at: devinkidman@yahoo.com