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  • 21 Jun 2022 2:32 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Full - TimeTechnicians

    Anderson Township, OH, US

    16 days ago Requisition ID: 1327

    APPLY TO ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT

    Join our team as an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent!  Great Parks is seeking a qualified professional to assist in maintaining our beautiful Vineyard Golf Course.  At Great Parks, our team members work together to preserve and protect natural resources and to provide outdoor recreation and education in order to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations.  

    A successful Assistant Golf Course Superintendent provides assistance and support to the Golf Course Superintendent with daily maintenance and care of golf course turf, landscaping, irrigation, equipment and facilities within assigned location(s).  Trains, schedules and directs work of part-time golf maintenance staff.  Mows turf, applies turf chemicals and ensures safe conditions for guests and staff.

    Be a part of an inclusive organization that enriches the region by inspiring nature-based experiences, celebrating cultural heritage and building strong and healthy communities through our dedicated staff, volunteers and friends

    • Carries out functional supervision responsibilities in accordance with Great Parks’ policies, applicable laws, and delegated authority.  Coordinates work assignments, trains employees, provides guidance, resolves work issues, and ensures work complies with Great Parks’ policy and performance standards.
    • Assumes temporary responsibility for golf course conditions, staff and equipment in the absence of the Golf Course Superintendent.
    • Collects information on course conditions and implements work flow with full-time and part-time employees, and volunteers, as assigned.
    • Orders and purchases supplies.  Maintains purchasing records and is responsible for purchasing card expenditures. 
    • Maintains and reviews chemical application records.   Inspects and calibrates equipment used for chemical applications. 
    • Applies and/or coordinates the application of all turf related chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizer and fungicides.
    • Basic knowledge of the mechanical, hydraulic and electrical components involving the ongoing pump station maintenance.
    • Competent to operate computerized irrigation control system, if applies.
    • Operate satellite controllers, including with hand-helds, if applies.
    • Operates golf equipment and vehicles.  Assists with janitorial responsibilities.   Performs irrigation and other minor plumbing repairs.  Performs minor building and carpentry repairs.
    • May assist with snow removal from roadways, parking areas and walkways. 
    • Responds to public questions and represents Great Parks in a positive manner at all times.
    • Places a high priority on employee and guest safety.   Ensures that safety precautions are taken, training is completed and documentation is maintained.
    • Completes cost accounting, monthly reports, and other reports.  Tracks part-time employee hours worked and maintains work schedules. 
    • Works and communicates effectively with other departments, leadership, peers and subordinates.  Attends and participates in meetings.  Completes required training.
    • Performs job duties in accordance with Great Parks of Hamilton County’s policies, procedures, and performance expectations.   
    • Maintains confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information. 
    • Exhibits regular and punctual attendance.  

    QUALIFICATIONS

    An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  An example of an acceptable qualification is: High School Degree or GED with 3 years’ experience which evidences a comprehensive knowledge of park and golf course operation and/or management

    Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act requirements

    LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines

    Pesticide License with Category 8: Turf or ability to obtain within first year of employment.
     
    Typical starting range for this position is $20.00/hr depending on experience.
     
    This position is posted until filled. 
     
    Benefits include medical, dental and life insurance; paid vacation, holidays and sick time; enrollment in Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and free or discounted use of many Great Parks of Hamilton County recreational activities.
     
    Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law

    Go to Greatparks.org

  • 03 May 2022 7:07 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana

    Job Description

    Company Overview

    Whether you are experienced in the green industry, a professional looking for a career change, or a new graduate or veteran transitioning into the workforce, we are confident you will find opportunity and reward with SiteOne. 

     

    SiteOne Landscape Supply is the largest and only national wholesale distributor of landscaping products in the United States and Canada. With over 500 branches across the U.S. and Canada, we offer a comprehensive selection of products including:  irrigation supplies, fertilizer and control products, nursery goods, hardscapes, landscape lighting, drainage and erosion control products, tools, and other landscaping accessories and supplies.

     

    Come grow with our associates who are customer obsessed, always safe, continuously improving, and having fun!


    Position Overview

    The Customer Experience (CX) Specialist will work with our branches in the area supporting their e-commerce business.  Responsibilities include:

    • Increase online engagement and E-Commerce sales penetration in your respective region through digital evangelism with branch associates, leadership and customer base.
    • Promote SiteOne.com sign up and E-Commerce order fulfillment through visits to branches, customer meetings, etc.
    • Work with all the branches to make sure we are hitting our customer SLAs (Service Level Agreements) for all online orders. BOPIS, delivery, and parcel.
    • Provide feedback to the E-Commerce development team on future site or process enhancements.
    • Some fulfillment responsibilities at regional branches
    • Regional and branch communication surrounding digital metrics and P&L.
    • com and Mobile App training at branch and regional level. Including regular communication about updates to site, upcoming releases, and feedback.

    Skills We Are Seeking

    • Ability to work independently and as a team in a fast paced and high-volume work environment.
    • Willingness to travel both regionally and nationally frequently for training, customer meetings as well as focus groups.
    • Must be self-motivated and operate with a sense of urgency to meet tasks deadlines.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with large groups; receive and provide feedback accordingly.
    • Must be detail-oriented, highly organized and able to multi-task.
    • Must be customer service oriented and strive to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction.
    • Willingness to run trials in region, fostering a test-learn-iterate culture to constantly evolve the SiteOne digital experience.
    • Preferred: Digital enthusiast who emerging trends in technology and E-Commerce that better improves the SiteOne customer experience.

     

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 

    • Minimum 1-year experience supporting omni-channel initiatives via branch, warehouse or other support functions
    • Experience working directly with customers and fellow associates, helping triage issues, drive sales

    https://careers.siteone.com/jobs/10665?lang=en-us

  • 11 Apr 2022 6:23 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    CITY OF FAIRFIELD (OH)
    invites applications for the position of:

    Temporary Part-time Assistant Golf Superintendent


    SALARY: $17.00 - $19.75 Hourly
    OPENING DATE: 03/31/22
    DESCRIPTION:

    The Fairfield Greens Golf Course is seeking a temporary Assistant Golf Superintendent. This position reports directly to the Head Greenskeeper. Under the Head Greenskeeper’s supervision, the assistant directs and participates in the maintenance of all golf course features, equipment, and facilities. The Assistant Superintendent may serve in the Greenskeeper’s capacity in the event of their absence.
     

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
    • Oversees daily operations of the Fairfield Greens North Trace (9-hole executive course) and South Trace (18-hole championship course) golf courses.
    • Assists in planning and supervising the maintenance of greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, etc.
    • Assists in personnel management and evaluation, employee safety and personnel discipline.
    • Schedules work (may modify the daily work schedule based on professional interpretation) and supervises the employees and their designated tasks/use of equipment.
    • Assists in the programming, repair, and maintenance of irrigations systems.
    • Performs or supervises the implementation of an overall turf health program. This includes aeration, topdressing, and the application of pesticides, fertilizer, & chemicals to golf course turf.
    • Operates an assortment of golf course equipment, including but not limited to: mowers, utility vehicles, sweepers, brooms, rollers, rakes, utility vehicles, loaders, compressors, trenchers, automobiles, etc.
    • Mows golf course turf and performs daily course setup duties.
    • Maintains and repairs golf course equipment.
    • Trims and removes trees and brush.
    • Performs any and all golf course and parks department tasks as required by supervisor.
    TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Possess, enrolled in, or seeking a degree in a turf grass management related field or applicable past experience (3 to 5 years of past golf course experience may be an applicable substitute). Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education.

    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED:

    • Working knowledge of the maintenance of golf course tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, and greens; seeding and maintenance practices for golf course turf; planting, cultivating, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs and trees; characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers and soil conditioners; herbicides and pest control methods and materials.
    • Irrigation system operation, repair, and maintenance.
    • Maintenance of golf courses and facilities.
    • Operation of light and heavy equipment and maintenance procedures.
    • Ability to schedule and supervise maintenance work to achieve the most efficient utilization of workers and equipment; prepare clear and concise reports; and maintain effective employee and public relations.
     

     
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

    Hours will vary between 25-35 hours per week. 



    APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
    http://www.fairfield-city.org

    5350 Pleasant Ave.
    Fairfield, OH 45014
    (513) 867-5352
    (513) 896-8133

    hr@FairfieldOH.gov


  • 06 Apr 2022 8:06 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    The Hamilton Elks Golf Club is seeking  an accomplished golf course superintendent to manage and oversee a 27-hole private facility with an original Donald Ross design (1925) and additional 9 holes completed in (1995) by Michael Hurdzan.  The Golf Course Superintendent is expected to provide quality leadership and will lead and manage their department to ensure superb golf course conditioning on a daily basis. The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for all day-to-day operations of the Hamilton Elks Golf Club and grounds.  The club has an Elks membership of over 950 members, 265 of which are golf members and plays 30,000+ rounds of golf annually.  


    • The facility hosts approximately 2,000 event/outing rounds along with numerous club events, championships and is open on Mondays.   

    • The club has full practice facilities including 270yd. range (27,000 sqft teeing area)with a hybrid bluegrass tee,  target greens, a newly constructed 50 yard short-game area  and two putting greens.  

    • The golf course has bentgrass fairways, tees and greens and approximately 60 bunkers.

    • The club is in the early stages of tee, bunker and green renovations.  

    • The original 18 holes plays 6,467yds, the new nine plays 3,303yds with three teeing areas.


    Professional Skills, Requirements and Responsibilities

    • The candidate is responsible for the maintenance, operation and management of the golf course and surrounding clubhouse grounds.

    • The position requires a minimum of 5+ years of experience as a golf course superintendent.

     Responsible for hiring, training, supervising, established maintenance expectations and directs the staff on daily job duties and tasks.

    • Develops weekly operational plans and works closely with the Director of Golf on events and projects.

    • Experience in developing plans for the golf course, bunker renovation and complete the current renovation of one of our golf holes.

    • Performs all job duties, establishes and maintains all records required by State and Local Governments.   

    • Oversees and maintains all maintenance equipment and buildings.  

    • Renders professional advice, opinions and assistance when needed on all golf course concerns.

    • Responsible for annual budgeting, capital improvements, Long-range planning and equipment purchasing.  

    • Works in conjuntion and cooperation with the Director of Golf and Board of Trustees.  Plans all maintenance and project work, applying agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve the agreed upon maintenance standards.

    • Responsible for all maintenance purchases, exercises cost controls to stay within approved budgets and responsible for inventory control.  

    • Continuing strives to improve the turf and playing conditions that is expected at our club.

    • The candidate must have a thorough understanding of the rules and game of golf.

    • Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills.

    • Knowledge of current Federal, State and Local laws and regulations; which includes but not limited to employment, safety and environmental standards.

    • Must possess Certified Applicators License or the ability to obtain one.

    • Possess the computer skills to operate our irrigation system with sound water management philosophies.  We are currently in the middle of our irrigation pump replacement program.  

    • Strong observational skills, detail oriented and highly organized.

    • Subscribes to sustainable maintenance practices (e.g. firm and fast, sound irrigation philosophy

    • Using excellent customer oriented service skills, establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other employees and members.


    Education & Certification Qualifications

    • A  4-year College Degree in Turfgrass Management  or related field of study is required.   GCSAA Certification and Pesticide Certification is preferred.


    Salary & Benefits

    • Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, insurance and benefits will be discussed during the interviewing process.


    To apply for this positions, please email a cover letter and resume to sarthur@hamiltonelksgolfclub.com or mail to the address of, please no phone calls.  The deadline for resumes is May 6th, 2022.  


    Hamilton Elks Golf Club

    Sean Arthur, Director of Golf

    4444 Hamilton Middletown Road

    Hamilton, Ohio 45011

        



  • 30 Mar 2022 6:58 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    The Landscape Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of landscaping for the Paul Brown Stadium Complex, home of the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals.  This is a high profile venue that takes great pride in the quality of its surrounding landscape and the park like setting it creates in the Cincinnati downtown area with a diverse variety of plantings ranging from annual beds to mature trees.  We are looking for someone with a high degree of knowledge, motivation, and understanding in planning and maintaining all aspects of our landscape and ornamentals.  This "Stadium Turf Technician" position is primarily responsible for the landscape surrounding the Paul Brown Stadium Complex and will have limited "turf" responsibility. 

    This position is hired by Hamilton County Ohio and enjoys a host of quality benefits. 

    Follow the below link for more information and to apply for the "Stadium Turf Technician BU (3023-68)" under the "County Commissioners - Stadia and Parking (Paul Brown)" heading:

    https://www.hamiltoncountyohio.gov/government/departments/human_resources/job_announcements


  • 17 Feb 2022 8:10 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Department: Grounds & Maintenance 

    Contact: Brian Pero | bpero@thegolfcenter.com 

    Status: Seasonal 

    Hourly: $15 - $18 per hour, depending upon skills and experience 

    This position reports to the golf course Superintendent(s) and/or the Assistant  Superintendent. Grounds keepers should be proficient at most basic course duties  including, but not limited to hand and machine raking of bunkers, mowing of greens,  tees, fairways and roughs, operation of weed eaters, hedge trimmers, backpack  blowers. 

    Responsibilities: 

    Maintains clean and organized works areas on the golf course and maintenance  facility 

    Mows greens, aprons, fairways, roughs, tees, and other areas 

    Waters tees, greens and fairways  

    Repairs the irrigation system, pipes and irrigation heads as needed Grades and prepares soil base, lays sod and seeds greens, tees and fairways Trims and prunes hedges and shrubbery; cleans flower beds 

    Ensures equipment is working properly at all times: refills fuel daily, cleans  equipment after each use, returns equipment to designated location, and reports  any equipment problems or failures to Superintendent(s) immediately Permorms litter control 

    Perform other duties assigned by supervisor or manager 

    Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: 

    Must possess the ability maintain landscaping on the golf course Must possess the ability to operate all tools and equipment related to golf course  operations 

    Skilled in seeding, fertilizing, mulching, and general ground preparation for  restoration and renovation 

    Ability to follow oral and written instructions 

    Ability to complete tasks with limited supervision 

    Performs all duties to RMS’ maintenance standards 

    Available for scheduled and emergency overtimeMust be dependable Valid driver’s license



  • 17 Feb 2022 8:09 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Department: Grounds & Maintenance 

    Contact: Brian Pero | bpero@thegolfcenter.com 

    Status: Full-time 

    Job Description 

    As the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent, you will assist the Golf Course Superintendents and other  staff with daily maintenance and care of golf course turf, landscaping, irrigation, equipment, and facilities  within assigned locations. 

    Trains, schedules, and directs part-time golf maintenance staff and provide input on improving guidelines  and processes. Mows turn, applies turf chemicals, and ensures safe conditions for guests and staff. You  will be responsible for meeting or exceeding the established standards for guest satisfaction. 

    Responsibilities: 

    • Carries out functional supervision responsibilities in accordance with RMS’ policies and  procedures 

    • Performs chemical and fertilizer applications in a safe, responsible manner that provide desired,  targeted results in accordance with label restrictions and product usage requirements • Maintains and reviews chemical application records. Inspects and calibrates equipment used for  applications.  records of all applications of chemicals and fertilizers made to golf course grounds • Collects daily information on course conditions and implements work flow with full-time and  par-time staff to produce the best possible course conditions 

    • Organize daily tasks and goals, agronomic planning, execution strategies, and assessments of  daily golf course status 

    • Communicates effectively with all departments, leadership, peers, and subordinates to  implement plans for golf course set-up, maintenance activities, and agronomic project • Operates golf equipment and vehicles, or the ability to quickly learn proper and safe operation  for daily maintenance and special projects 

    • Inspects greens surfaces for stress, disease and insect infestation, and quality of cut from  mowers 

    • Competent to operated computerized irrigation control system, if applies 

    • Assists with snow removal from roadways, parking areas, and walkways 

    • Responds to public questions and represents RMS in a positive manner at all times • Maintains confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information 

    • Exhibits regular and punctual attendance 

    • Maintain a proficient knowledge of industry developments and completes required training Qualifications:

    A degree or certificate from a 2-year or 4-year turf program, or an appropriate combination of education,  training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge,  skills, and abilities.  

    2+ years of experience (internships count) 

    Demonstrates excellent golf course management proficiencies and a desire to continually learn new skills  and technical functions 

    Has solid decision making and critical thinking skills to help analyze and solve problems and efficiently  handle multiple duties under pressure with minimal supervision at times. 

    Possess excellent communication skills (both customer-facing and internally with team members) Has the ability to embrace a positive team-oriented approach during challenging circumstances Can quickly disseminate complicated technical information 

    Licensure or Certification Requirements 

    State-issued vehicle operator’s license 

    Pesticide License w/ Category 8: Turf or ability to obtain within the first year of employment 

    RMS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an inclusive  environment, and we welcome and encourage people of all backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, and  skills to apply. 

    Benefits include: medical, dental, 401k, paid vacation and holidays. 

    The Salary range for this position is $42,000 - $45,000 depending upon experience. 



  • 06 Feb 2022 1:54 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Superintendent at Harmon Golf Club

    Harmon Golf Club is a public, 9 hole facility located just outside of Downtown Lebanon, Ohio. Currently, Harmon is operated by Southwest Golf Management, a local, family-owned business that also operates the Southwest Golf Ranch and Majestic Springs Golf Club. The Southwest Golf Ranch was recently recognized as a Top 50 National Practice Facility and Majestic Springs Golf Club was also recognized as a Top 10 Public Golf Course in the State of Ohio. Striving to offer the best quality golf experience for our golfers, we constantly make improvements at all 3 of our facilities and foster a team environment. In the past few years, we have re-wired the irrigation system and installed a paver patio outside the clubhouse.


    Position Summary:

    The Golf Course Superintendent position is a perfect fit for an assistant that would like to become a head superintendent or a retiring/retired superintendent that would like a flexible schedule. The Superintendent is responsible for ensuring the best conditions possible on the golf course. Working closely with the general manager, the candidate must possess a positive attitude, problem solving, strong work ethic, strong communication skills and great attention to detail. As long as the candidate possesses these attributes, other team members can help out when necessary. This includes, but isn’t limited to equipment maintenance, managing the grounds crew, spraying chemicals and assistance with larger projects.


    Qualification & Experience:

    • 3+ years of golf course maintenance (required)

    • Must be highly organized and clean with great attention to detail (required)

    • Must have strong communication skills (required)

    • Must have a basic understanding of golf etiquette and rules (preferred)

    • Supervisor experience (preferred)


    Position Responsibilities:

    • Above all else - be a vital part of a team environment and communicate effectively

    • Assure all tasks and projects on the course are completed to specifications

    • Maintain equipment

    • Maintain maintenance recordkeeping

    • Manage a small grounds crew team of ~4-6 employees

    • Meet with the general manager weekly and provide updates as the season progresses

    • Periodically prepare expense reports when requested

    • Oversee all outdoor maintenance projects

    • Recognize characteristics and initiates proper treatment of chemicals when applicable

    • Works closely with general manager and former superintendent


    Compensation:

    • Salary range: $40,000+

    • Annual bonus structure

    • Retirement plan (we match up to 3%)


    Working Conditions:

    • Good equipment and access to anything you may need across our 3 facilities, including larger machinery (e.g. bobcats, excavators, etc.)

    • Flexible hours (can take some weekends and holidays off if planned ahead of time)

          .    Pleasant work environment 


    Contact Trevor O’Sullivan to schedule an interview by emailing Trevor@MyGolfRanch.com or calling (513) 934-3433. Please provide a resume at the interview.


    Additional duties may be assigned occasionally by management. Southwest Golf Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a diverse environment."


  • 02 Feb 2022 12:03 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)


    APPLYTO ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT- SHARON WOODS

    Salary Range:$42,316.00 To 63,474.00 Annually

    Join our team as an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent!  Great Parks is seeking a qualified professional to assist in maintaining our beautiful Sharon Woods Golf Course, Great Parks oldest golf course opened in 1938 by legendary golfer Bobby Jones.  Sharon Woods Golf Course has been known to host numerous competitions for the Southern Ohio PGA, OHSAA, numbers junior tours, and the Greater Cincinnati Golf Association including USGA qualifiers.  This position provides a great opportunity to be an important part of our team that provides an outstanding golf experience.   Great Parks  offers excellent benefits as well as work life balance.    

    A successful Assistant Golf Course Superintendent provides assistance and support to the Golf Course Superintendent with daily maintenance and care of golf course turf, landscaping, irrigation, equipment and facilities within assigned location(s).  Trains, schedules and directs work of part-time golf maintenance staff.  Mows turf, applies turf chemicals and ensures safe conditions for guests and staff.

    At Great Parks, our team members work together to preserve and protect natural resources and to provide outdoor recreation and education in order to enhance the quality of life for present and future generations.

    • Carries out functional supervision responsibilities in accordance with Great Parks’ policies, applicable laws, and delegated authority.  Coordinates work assignments, trains employees, provides guidance, resolves work issues, and ensures work complies with Great Parks’ policy and performance standards.
    • Assumes temporary responsibility for golf course conditions, staff and equipment in the absence of the Golf Course Superintendent.
    • Collects information on course conditions and implements work flow with full-time and part-time employees, and volunteers, as assigned.
    • Orders and purchases supplies.  Maintains purchasing records and is responsible for purchasing card expenditures. 
    • Maintains and reviews chemical application records.   Inspects and calibrates equipment used for chemical applications. 
    • Applies and/or coordinates the application of all turf related chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, fertilizer and fungicides.
    • Basic knowledge of the mechanical, hydraulic and electrical components involving the ongoing pump station maintenance.
    • Competent to operate computerized irrigation control system, if applies.
    • Operate satellite controllers, including with hand-helds, if applies.
    • Operates golf equipment and vehicles.  Assists with janitorial responsibilities.   Performs irrigation and other minor plumbing repairs.  Performs minor building and carpentry repairs.
    • May assist with snow removal from roadways, parking areas and walkways. 
    • Responds to public questions and represents Great Parks in a positive manner at all times.
    • Places a high priority on employee and guest safety.   Ensures that safety precautions are taken, training is completed and documentation is maintained.
    • Completes cost accounting, monthly reports, and other reports.  Tracks part-time employee hours worked and maintains work schedules. 
    • Works and communicates effectively with other departments, leadership, peers and subordinates.  Attends and participates in meetings.  Completes required training.
    • Performs job duties in accordance with Great Parks of Hamilton County’s policies, procedures, and performance expectations.   
    • Maintains confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information. 
    • Exhibits regular and punctual attendance.  

    QUALIFICATIONS

    An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  An example of an acceptable qualification is: High School Degree or GED with 3 years’ experience which evidences a comprehensive knowledge of park and golf course operation and/or management

    Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act requirements

    LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

    State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines

    Pesticide License with Category 8: Turf or ability to obtain within first year of employment.
     
    Typical starting range for this position is $20.34-$25.43/hr. depending on experience.
     
    This position is posted until filled. 
     
    Benefits include medical, dental and life insurance; paid vacation, holidays and sick time; enrollment in Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and free or discounted use of many Great Parks of Hamilton County recreational activities.
     
    Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law

    APPLY


  • 27 Jan 2022 8:37 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Position Summary


    As a key member of the property’s golf course maintenance team, the Assistant Superintendentreports directly to the  Golf Course Superintendent and assists with the day‐to‐day oversight of the maintenance and agronomic practices of  the golf course and adjacent grounds, including but not limited to the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance  complex. 

    Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements: 

    1‐3 years turf grass management experience required 

    Supervisory experience required 

    A four‐year college degree preferred, but not required 

    GCSAA Member or apprentice preferred, but not required 

    Knowledge of budgeting and expense management 

    Must possess basic computerskills – Word and Excel 

    Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business 

    Must be highly organized and efficient with a high attention to detail 

    Must have exceptional communication and interpersonalskills 

    Must possessstrong analytical and problem‐solving skills 

    Position Responsibilities: 

    Supervises and trains foreman, irrigationstechnician and other employeesin the maintenance department Prepares weekly schedulesfor foreman, irrigationsstaff and other employeesin the maintenance department Monitorsinventory of all maintenance equipment and the use of the equipment, preventative maintenance  schedule, and safety training 

    Works closely with Superintendentin managing annual budget and maintenance recordkeeping Works closely with Superintendentin preparing short‐term and long‐term agronomic strategiesto maintenance  of the golf course daily, weekly, monthly and yearly fertilization, irrigation, etc. schedules 

    Calibrates and operates pesticide sprayers 

    Institute and implement all IGP Human Resources guidelines 

    Assists Superintendentin informing members about present and future maintenance activities 

    Working Conditions: 

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is often required to stand, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or  controls. 

    They will occasionally be required to balance,stoop, twist upper body, kneel, and climb. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 30lbs occasionally. 

    Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and depth perception. Moderate exposure to extreme cold, heat, working outdoors, chemicals, pesticides, gasoline, vibration, pollen,  dust, mechanical hazards and electrical hazards. 

    Noise level is typically moderate to loud 

    Work extended hours during golf and holiday season 

    Work weekends and holidays

    All job descriptions are subject to a periodic review. Additional duties will be assigned occasionally by management. Indigo Golf Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing a diverse environment 



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