"Utah Golf Course Superintendents Association"

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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

Posted 8/18/22

Golf Course Greens Superintendent

Roosevelt Golf Course · Roosevelt, Utah

GENERAL PURPOSE
Performs a variety of supervisory and journey level maintenance duties related to planning, coordinating and performing all phases of golf course greens, tee, and fairway maintenance and beautification; including, equipment maintenance and repair.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under general supervision of the Golf Pro and in conjunction with the Parks & Recreation Director.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

Provides general supervision to assigned Park Maintenance Worker(s) II or I, or seasonal and part-time laborers/mower operators.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Assists in managing the day-to-day operations of the city Golf Course; recommends various project priorities; prepares “job board” and monitors work schedules and deadlines; coordinates projects and monitors work in progress to ensure quality and timely completion; determines materials needed to complete specified objectives; allocates personnel as needed to assure timely project completion; monitors and evaluates the operations of watering, mowing, fertilizing and cultural maintenance of greens, tees and fairways. Prepares recommendations for annual operating budget; monitors expenditures for compliance with established fiscal guidelines; accounts for expenditures to ensure approved purchases comply with established authority; analyzes fiscal activity; develops and implements cost saving strategies and reports cost savings experience to City Manager. Directs, coordinates and reviews the work of assigned crew members and participates in evaluating maintenance personnel; monitors compliance with course practices, policies and procedures; collects work hours and submits timesheets for bi-weekly payroll. Performs general administrative duties related to greens operations and maintenance; assists in the compilation of maintenance records, accident records, vehicle maintenance records, equipment and labor costs; collects information and data for various reports; performs timely processing of invoices as need to compensate vendors. Assists in the planning, design and construction of various golf features such as greens, fairways, bunkers, ponds, pavilions, shelters, signs and other facilities, etc. Monitors the need for and supervises the application of fertilizer, herbicide, pesticide, soil conditioner, insecticides, fungicides and other turf maintenance procedures; coordinates or performs applications as needed. Daily monitors course greens, grounds and facilities for needed repair and maintenance; participates in the development of turf management programs; monitors health condition of trees, shrubs and other horticulture; evaluates diseases and analyzes and makes decisions for the treatment of unhealthy trees, shrubs and related greenery. Performs and/or coordinates field supervisory duties to accomplish planting of lawns, trees, shrubs and other greenery; supervises pruning and trimming projects; assures adherence to watering schedules. Monitors operation of computerized golf course irrigation system; monitors pump house operation; performs the installation maintenance and repair program of water sprinkler systems, oversees and performs mowing, watering and aeration of golf turf; carries out supplemental irrigation to sustain or force growth; checks irrigation system daily for needed maintenance and repairs; repairs leaks, adjusts heads; assures operation and maintenance of automated sprinkler systems and water pumps; tours projects to determine work progress and general condition of grounds. Helps oversee seasonal duties such as snow removal, winterizing sprinkler systems to avoid freezing, flushes watering systems in spring, repairs other equipment and facilities; assists with comprehensive equipment maintenance and tuning, i.e., roller repair, reel grinding, blade sharpening, wheel bearing repair, engine and transmission fluid changes. Operates equipment such as utility vehicles, sand pro, dump truck, backhoe, loader tractor, Bobcat, aerators, lawn mowers, and landscape equipment. Ensures training in safety related areas including personal protective equipment (PPE), equipment operation and hazard identification; participates in hands on maintenance duties.
Performs other related duties as assigned.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Education and Experience:
A. Graduation from high school.
AND
B. Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the maintenance, upkeep and beautification of turf, golf facilities and related environ.
OR
C. An equivalent combination of education and experience.
2. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Considerable knowledge of U.S.G.A. green specifications and standards; golf course turf management; golf course landscape design; agronomic practices, procedures, and methods related to construction and maintenance of course greens and grounds; herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides typical to greens maintenance; hazards- and related safety precautions associated with golf course maintenance and repair. Working knowledge of principles of supervision; basic budget preparation and fiscal management; interpersonal communication skills and effective public relations; golf rules of play.
Skill in the operation of various types of maintenance equipment, tractors, mowers, backhoe, dump truck, sand pro, etc.
Ability to plan, organize, and direct the complex construction and lay out of attractive and competitive golf courses and greens; effectively apply chemicals for the abatement and eradication of noxious weeds and insects; evaluate personnel and program performance without partiality; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; operate efficiently a variety of golf course maintenance related equipment; develop an maintain effective working relationship with supervisors, city officials, subordinates, professionals, and the public.
3. Special Qualifications:
Must possess a valid Utah State Commercial Driver’s License; must possess a State of Utah pesticide applicator license; or can obtain these within 3 months of hire. Works on-call responding to emergencies.
4. Work Environment:
Work is performed in both an indoor office setting as well as outdoors on the Golf Course. Exposure to noise, electrical hazards, dust, chemicals, mechanical hazards, and other elements such as inclement weather heat, rain, snow etc. when performing daily field maintenance and assessment of tasks. Requires a variety of physical activities, generally involving some muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, lifting to 80 lbs., etc. Talking, hearing and seeing are essential to the performance of the job. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and creative problem solving. Must be able to work weekends, holidays and varied schedules including evening and night shifts.

To apply: https://rooseveltcity.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=61&source=aWQ9MTg%3D

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"Utah Golf Course Superintendents Association"

Membership Inquiry

Membership in the Utah GCSA is open to any individual directly involved in the turf industry. Golf course superintendents, assistants, employees of members, manufacturers, distributors, educators, turf maintenance professionals, turfgrass students and specialists are all welcome. Membership classifications are assigned according to the Utah GCSA Bylaws.