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  • 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


    • 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)


    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.  


    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


    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


  • 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 

  • 19 Jan 2022 10:49 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Irrigation Service Specialist – Southern Ohio & Eastern Kentucky

    Are you tired of doing the same thing every day; do you want an opportunity to develop and grow?  We are offering a unique opportunity to join the Century Equipment, a Jerry Pate Company, as one of our Irrigation Service Specialist within our Southern Ohio and Eastern Kentucky territory.

    Century Equipment, a Jerry Pate Company, is the leading commercial golf & grounds equipment and irrigation distributor.   We are seeking an Irrigation Service Specialist to service our customers throughout southern Ohio and Eastern Kentucky.  This position provides technical support services and installation of irrigation products at our customer's locations. The ideal candidate should have experience with irrigation software, field controllers, radios, sprinklers, electrical wiring, hydraulic controls, and valves, and possess trouble shooting skills.   This position interfaces directly with the customer and contributes to customer satisfaction by identifying the issue, resolving the issue the first time and exceeding expectations.

    Location:  The ideal candidate should be ideally located in the greater Cincinnati metro area.


    • 1.      Experience in proper operation and maintenance of irrigation systems or similar electrical and hydraulic systems
    • 2.      Experience in irrigation system diagnostics and repair including troubleshooting of electronics
    • 3.      Strong safety awareness and history of adherence to safety practices
    • 4.      Excellent verbal and written communications skills, while working independently
    • 5.      Highly motivated and organized with accuracy and attention to the details
    • 6.      Microsoft Windows, Office 365, and other relevant computer software
    • 7.      Commitment to continued professional development

    Compensation: Competitive pay plus commissions      

    Benefits Include: Health Insurance, 401K Retirement Plan, Company Vehicle, Computer, Cell Phone, Uniforms, Vacation, and Sick Leave.

    Requirements:  A valid driver’s license with a clean motor vehicle record is required.  Must own your own tools, possess excellent time management skills, and meet the physical requirements including but not limited to standing for an entire shift, climbing, lifting, bending, stooping, and moving equipment up to 75lbs.  Some overnight travel will be required.

    Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace.  Background check will be conducted.

    Contact: George Brooke-Powell by email at gbrookepowell@jerrypate.com

  • 11 Jan 2022 1:28 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Hyde Park Golf and Country Club

    Cincinnati, Ohio

    Employment Opportunity: Assistant Grounds Superintendent

    Originally founded in 1909, Hyde Park is consistently recognized as a club of

    excellence, providing a traditional country club atmosphere with

    exceptional hospitality and modern amenities, including an outstanding

    Donald Ross 18-Hole golf course. Recently, the club has partnered with

    Golf Course Architect (GCA) Tyler Rae and Associates to develop a new Master Plan.

    The Grounds Department’s mission is to provide the highest quality of conditioning on a daily basis for the

    members and guests. The Assistant Grounds Superintendent plays an integral leadership role in collaboration,

    critical thinking and decision making in all facets of the

    operation including but not limited to:

    • Team leadership and operations management of 20


    • Knowledge of cloud-based collaboration (Google Drive

    and other industry applications)

    • Budget and agronomic program development
    • Attendance of committee, GCA meetings
    • Mentoring/Coaching of turfgrass interns and Assistant-


    • Data collection and interpretation to make informed


    • Pesticide and fertilizer applications
    • Moisture management and irrigation troubleshooting
    • Development of partner and industry relationships

    The Hyde Park team provides an excellent opportunity to

    grow and hone skills in both turfgrass management and

    leadership while developing industry relationships. The

    ideal candidate will have:

    • Strong critical thinking and active listening skills
    • Contribute, coach and mentor the next turfgrass


    • Aspire to grow and develop in turfgrass industry
    • Work collaboratively with other Assistant

    Superintendents, Equipment Manager and other


    • Graduate of 2 or 4-year turfgrass program
    • Minimum one-year of golf course experience
    • Spanish Speaking a plus
    • Able to obtain Ohio Pesticide License

    For more information about the course and the

    operations please visit our blog at:


    Benefit Package:

    Salary Range: $60,000- $65,000 annually

    Health care, dental, vision coverage and Health Savings Account (HSA) with club contribution

    Local and regional conference attendance along with association dues

    Travel Expenses covered for annual PGA/USGA tour volunteer experiences

    Meals provided when club is open

    Holiday Bonus

    Cell phone/ allowance

    401K with club contribution of 33% of the first 6%

    Paid time off and golf with guest privileges

    Uniforms provided along with Allowance

    No winter snow removal duties from December- March

    Please email resumes with references to: grounds@hydeparkcc.com

    Pat O’Brien, Grounds Superintendent

  • 07 Dec 2021 8:07 PM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Heatherwoode Golf Club is an upscale public golf facility located in Springboro, Ohio. Springboro is a vibrant, affluent city located in southwest Ohio. Designed by Denis Griffiths, Heatherwoode has gone through numerous upgrades and improvements since opening in 1991. The golf course is home to Wright State University Raiders Golf Team. The golf course will be undergoing a complete irrigation installation in 2023/2024, including a pump station.

    The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for hiring, training, and supervising a staff of up to 30 golf course maintenance employees. The Assistant Superintendent will work closely with the golf course superintendent to ensure the highest conditions possible. Candidate must possess a positive attitude, problem solving, great work ethic, and attention to detail. Associate’s degree or certificate in Turf Grass Management or a related field preferred. Minimum of three years of golf course maintenance experience preferred. Must possess Ohio Pesticide License or have the ability to obtain licensure within six (6) months.

    Salary $47,000.00-52,000.00 Excellent benefits package.


    Send resumes and application to:



    Attn: Daniel Walter, Golf Course Superintendent or by email to


    Deadline for resumes or applications is Friday, January 14, 2022 a post offer, pre-employment drug screen and background check is required.

    THE CITY OF SPRINGBORO IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Applications available at https://www.cityofspringboro.com/

  • 18 Nov 2021 11:10 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Date Available: Fall 2021-Spring 2022

    Company Overview

    Terrace Park Country Club is a full-service private club located at the confluence of The Little Miami and East Fork Rivers in Milford, OH. Originally founded across the Little Miami in the Village of Terrace Park in 1910 as a 6-hole golf club, it wasn’t until 1931 when the club purchased land from a local farmer and moved to its present location to accommodate an 18-hole golf course and clubhouse. Today, membership enjoys a family friendly atmosphere with facilities to support activities for all four seasons of Cincinnati weather including a full size pool, fitness center, platform tennis, pickleball, and an indoor golfing facility. Most recently the club completed a large capital project focusing on a brand new MKA Irrigation designed Rainbird IC Irrigation System as well as a redesign of our signature hole by architect Andy Staples. Future plans include continued investment throughout the golf course, an update to our Agronomy Center, and the implementation of sustainable initiatives such as Audubon Certification.

    Job Overview

    We are currently seeking motivated, detail oriented individuals to join our agronomy team as an Assistant Superintendent. This position works closely with the Golf Course Superintendent to present an exceptional experience to our membership on a daily basis. Together with the Senior Assistant, the Assistant Superintendent will be tasked with the day to day operations of the grounds department.

    Job Requirements

    As Assistant, you will be heavily involved in daily decision making, staffing, crew leadership, budgeting, project planning and all aspects of our IPM program. Successful candidates should have a firm understanding of golf course maintenance practices required to deliver consistent and quality turf conditions. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • An awareness of the construction, establishment and maintenance practices employed on golf course putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs and bunkers.

    • Familiarity with the characteristics and proper use of fertilizers, pesticides and soil conditioners

    • Experience at managing turfgrasses in the Transition zone

    • Able to prepare the course for play in accordance with the rules of golf

    • Able to evaluate the course from the player's perspective

    • Train and supervise staff

    • Assure assigned tasks are completed to specifications

    • Knowledge of irrigation including watering practices, irrigation systems, pumps, wells and automatic controls and drainage

    Additional Requirements

    • 2+yrs experience showing progressive responsibilities in the turf industry

    • Certificate or 2-4yr. degree related to turf preferred

    • Must have or obtain and maintain ODA pesticide applicator license within 6 months of entry into this job

    • Must be able to pass a drug screening prior to employment




    Benefits include: Relocation assistance, Health, Dental, Vision, 401k, Uniforms and On-site meals provided, PTO and Sick leave, Golfing Privileges, Dues, Education and Seminar Fees

    Application Instructions

    Please send resumes to:

    Scott LesChander


    Terrace Park Country Club

    5341 S. Milford Rd.

    Cincinnati, OH 45140

  • 27 Aug 2021 11:00 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Boone County Fiscal Court is now hiring for a full time 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. The starting wage is $19-$21 (based on experience) per hour plus a generous fringe benefit package.
    The responsibility of the 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent is to assist the Golf Course Superintendent and 1st Assistant with supervision, training, planning, and evaluating staff and processes. Attention to detail and ability to communicate to the staff is imperative for providing a safe, highly effective and efficient team. Duties are performed under the general direction of the Golf Course Superintendent and 1st Assistant.

    Major Essential Duties:
    Ensures the course is in proper playing condition.
    Assist in oversight of cool season grass management in the transition zone Assist in management of general chemical, fertilizer, and irrigation practices to include ensuring proper pesticide/fertilizer application and calibration.
    Maintain and apply a working knowledge of golf course equipment.
    Train staff and follow-up on job performance.
    Managing a crew of seasonal employees.
    Making daily golf course maintenance assignments in accordance with agronomic/turf management plan.
    Assist in required administrative work related to the golf course as assigned such as paperwork and computer data entry.
    Assist in customer service and ensure staff are customer service oriented Perform duties related to 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent position but not expressly stated.

    Minor Duties:
    Maintain a clean shop area and keep it orderly and efficient.
    Assist with needs at both Boone County golf courses (Lassing Pointe and Boone Links) when necessary.
    Be available for snow removal, when needed by the County.
    Be available for training opportunities as provided by County.

    The 2nd Assistant Golf Course Superintendent performs duties within the Golf Course Grounds Department under the direct supervision of the Golf Course Grounds Superintendent, Senior Assistant Grounds Superintendent, and 1st Assistant Superintendent.

    Must display the following:
    Positive communication
    Willingness to solve problems
    Commitment to serve the county's best interests Must adhere to the applicable provisions of the Department Rules and Regulations, the Personnel Policy Manual, the Boone County Administrative Code, the Kentucky Revised Statutes, and any other procedures, rules, regulations, and policies set forth by appropriate authorities Must be neat in appearance Must be 18 years or older Must have personal integrity and remain free of felony convictions

    To apply go to https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.boonecountyky.org%2F&data=04%7C01%7C%7C9e2216366e294e412e4c08d963e5b5e6%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637650660518960930%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=LhS0rdfQ%2FQ6RocA4GY3q2pgFbePldJ%2B%2BgLuEGymzoW0%3D&reserved=0

  • 27 Aug 2021 10:59 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Golf Course Superintendent

    Wedgewood Golf & Country Club

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    August 21, 2021


    Powell, Ohio

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    $110,000 to $125,000


    Full Time - Experienced


    Golf Course Superintendent

    Required Education:



    The Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for managing all agronomic aspects of Wedgewood Golf & Country Club and delivering championship playing conditions on a daily basis. The Superintendent will be a strong, energetic, highly communicative, detail-oriented team leader with a member-centric focus and the demonstrated ability to provide exceptional golf course conditioning. The Superintendent performs all duties necessary in the proper management and control of the golf course operations and turfgrass maintenance.

    The club recently contracted with our original architect, Robert Trent Jones, II Architects to prepare a Master Modernization Plan, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2021. Our hopes are to begin construction in the fall of 2022. Current plans are to: rebuild all bunkers, shift/enlarge/rebuild select teeing grounds, enlarge driving range tees and create additional targets, selective tree removal/trimming, remove all bent grass in the rough, extend irrigation to all playable areas of the rough, replace all current sprinkler heads and install dual-directional heads around greens, reinforce greenside lakebanks, install additional closely mown areas around select greens, and make mild architectural updates to select holes. The ideal candidate can expect to oversee a significant reinvestment in the golf course early in their tenure at Wedgewood. The ideal candidate should be prepared to join our team by the end of 2021.


    The Golf Course Superintendent’s primary, but not exclusive responsibilities include the following:

    • Above all else – will be a vital part of a team environment where everyone shares in the responsibilities of making Wedgewood Golf & Country Club an exceptional club
    • Develops an annual operating budget for department, monitors and takes corrective actions as necessary to assure budgeted goals are achieved
    • Responsible for hiring, training, and managing a staff of Assistant Golf Course Superintendents, a Mechanic, and hourly associates and oversees their professional development
    • Responsible for the maintenance, repair, and control of a large fleet of golf course maintenance equipment, keeps necessary maintenance records, and makes recommendations for future equipment purchases
    • Oversees the care and maintenance of all turf, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees, revines and wetlands on the facility grounds
    • Supervises and controls all maintenance expenses associated with Golf Course Operations, including payroll, supplies, chemicals and fertilizers
    • Develops and maintains drainage, irrigation and watering systems
    • Assures that effective orientation and training for new staff and professional development activities for experienced staff are planned and implemented
    • Keeps members abreast of current and future turf maintenance activities
    • Negotiates and supervises annual landscaping contracts, ensures proper landscaping of club property including the clubhouse and adjacent areas
    • Implements and enforces comprehensive safety program for employees in compliance with local, state and federal laws; implements and manages the club’s hazard communication (HazCom) program.
    • Communicates as necessary with the Director of Golf to evaluate conditions of facilities, maintenance plans, and scheduled events
    • Responsible for the care and maintenance of paved areas and sidewalks, and oversees all snow removal on property
    • Attends Manager Meetings and conducts periodic staff meetings focusing on ongoing education
    • Attends national and chapter association conferences and meetings
    • Ensures the highest standards of sanitation, cleanliness and safety are maintained
    • Maintains a professional, creative, fun and safe work environment
    • Conducts themselves in a responsible and professional manner at all times – at or away from club
    • Performs other duties as the General Manager may direct that are consistent with this job description


    • 3-5 years of experience as a Golf Course Superintendent or Assistant Golf Course Superintendent at course/club with championship-level playing conditions
    • College degree from an accredited Turfgrass Management program
    • GCSAA membership strongly preferred
    • Applicable pesticide application license
    • Proven leadership qualities with demonstrated ability to direct, coordinate, and manage all facets of a championship-level golf course’s maintenance
    • A natural leader who brings out the very best in those around them by setting clear goals and expectations, providing consistent feedback and support, and is respectful and professional in all interpersonal dealings
    • Must possess a positive attitude and is professional in nature with a high degree of integrity, strong work ethic, and can handle a fast-paced, high energy environment and clientele
    • An intuitive, personable style resulting in a sincere and visibly engaged presence with members, guests, and staff
    • Sound and current knowledge of human resource practices, including wage and hour laws, employment and discharge, equal opportunity employment, and OHSA regulations


    Additional Salary Information: Base salary of $110,000 - $125,000 will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Annual performance incentives of up to $10,000 are in addition to base salary. A comprehensive benefits package is available that includes health, dental, and vision insurance, GCSAA annual dues reimbursement, complimentary meals while on duty, and a 401k plan.

  • 28 Jun 2021 8:39 AM | Tony Dierkers (Administrator)

    Position Summary: As a key member of the property’s golf course maintenance team, the Assistant Superintendent reports 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 computer skills – 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 interpersonal skills • Must possess strong analytical and problem‐solving skills

    Position Responsibilities:Supervises and trains foreman, irrigations technician and other employees in the maintenance department • Prepares weekly schedules for foreman, irrigations staff and other employees in the maintenance department • Monitors inventory of all maintenance equipment and the use of the equipment, preventative maintenance schedule, and safety training • Works closely with Superintendent in managing annual budget and maintenance recordkeeping • Works closely with Superintendent in preparing short‐term and long‐term agronomic strategies to 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 Superintendent in 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

    Rick Gullion



    Pay range: 32K-36K

    Benefits:  Full Benefits Package, 401K & reimbursement of local & national dues

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