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Assistant Golf Superintendent

Assistant Golf Superintendent

ID 
2018-1675
# of Openings 
1
Job Locations 
US-FL-Clearwater
Category 
Hospitality

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Overview

The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent assists the Golf Course Superintendent with the maintenance, operation and management of the golf course.

Responsibilities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  •  Supervising and assisting in the construction and maintenance of the golf course.
  •  Supervising and assisting in the maintenance and repair of construction and maintenance equipment
  •  Supervising and assisting in the maintenance and repair of golf cart fleet
  • Manages and maintains the golf course grounds and the clubhouse grounds and landscaping,
  • Renders professional advice, opinions, assistance and services to the facility’s managing body as required
  • Participates in all long-range meetings
  • Reports to the Golf Course Superintendent regularly
  • Construction, renovation and/or reconstruction of golf course properties whether performed by maintenance staff or contractors. Assists the superintendent in submission of written plans for course construction, reconstruction or renovation projects.
  • Assists in the preparation of the annual budget for the maintenance and capital improvement of course properties.
  • Interviews, hires, trains, directs and supervises a staff of employees for maintaining the properties.
  • Plans all maintenance and project work, applying his or her agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve the agreed-upon maintenance standards and long- range goals
  • Keep accurate and complete records on payroll, inventory, weather data, maintenance procedures, pesticide applications, etc.


Other Responsibilities

 

  • Requires advanced knowledge of agronomy and turf grass management practices; a working knowledge of golf facility construction principles, practices and methods; and a thorough understanding of the rules and strategies of the game of golf
  • Requires excellent oral and written communications skills
  • Requires knowledge of current federal, state and local laws and regulations affecting the management of golf course operations (including, but not limited to, employment, safety and environmental standards, laws and regulations)
  • Requires participation in continuing education opportunities such as seminars, workshops, correspondence courses, field days and trade shows.

 

 

Qualifications

Qualifications and/or Experience

 

Minimum of 2 years golf course experience

 

Turf Degree or Certificate preffered

 

Work Environment;
The work is performed outside, where the employee is exposed to noise and heat.