Head Golf Course Mechanic — The Club at Carlton Woods (The Woodlands)


The Club at Carlton Woods is Located just North of Houston in the Woodlands, Texas, and  is only one of two 36 hole facilities in the country that boast both Jack Nicklaus Signature and Tom Fazio Championship golf courses.

Both courses are held to tournament standards on a daily basis and offer an inviting learning experience with separated locations and different turf types as well as irrigation systems. The Nicklaus course has Bermuda throughout with Toro irrigation while the Fazio course has Zoysia throughout with Bermuda greens and Rain Bird Irrigation.

The Club at Carlton Woods is recognized annually as the best overall club in the Houston area as well as one of the premier facilities in the state. Furthermore, The Woodlands, Texas features a vigorous economy reaching number one in home sales in the state, and ranked second nationwide.


Under the general supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent, responsible for servicing, maintaining and overhauling a variety of gasoline, diesel and electric powered equipment.  Responsible for performing very difficult and exacting tasks requiring highly skilled and accurate manual operations involving coordinated performance, which must be to close adjustments and dimension limits.  Ability to plan, perform and at times direct work where only general methods of product are available.  Must possess considerable ingenuity, initiative and judgment for correct action.  Responsible for fleet management of machinery and vehicles.  Responsible for determining preventive maintenance schedules and tasks.  Responsible for pricing out equipment and for ordering parts and supplies.  May supervise one or more assigned employees.

  • High school diploma.
  • 3 years prior mechanic work experience.
  • Able to lift 50 pounds
  • Able to stand for extended periods of time
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Dismantle, repair, construct and maintain machinery and equipment with a high degree of skill.
  • Grind, back-lap, face, set and adjust bed-knives and reels to ensure perfect mowing conditions
  • Understand the operation and working parts of internal combustion engines.
  • Regulate, manipulate and control acetylene cutting and welding, electric arc, forge and other equipment with a high degree of skill.
  • Mechanical and preventative maintenance of golf carts and chargers:
  • Mechanical wiring.
  • Brakes and steering.
  • Change oil and filters.
  • Check battery water.
  • Check tires and ball picker.
  • Assist in maintaining proper parts inventory.
  • Proper storage of all chemicals, lubricants, etc.
  • Maintain accurate record keeping of parts replaced, work performed and time spent on each cart.
  • Perform preventative maintenance to ensure carts are mechanically sound.
  • Maintain cart-detailing program.
  • Follow budgeted guidelines in purchasing parts and accessories for golf cart fleet.
  • Maintain company vehicles and driving range equipment with preventative maintenance programs.
  • Comply with company safety policies and procedures to include accurate MSDS information.
  • Continually upgrade knowledge of cart maintenance procedures.
  • Work from oral instructions, blueprints, written specifications and/or sketches.
  • Perform duties with due regard for safety of self and fellow employees while exercising proper care and protection of company property.
  • Assist in morning cart line-up.
  • All other duties assigned.


Medical benefits (Cigna), Prescription Drug Coverage, Dental, Vision, Flex Spending, Survivor Benefits (Basic Life, AD&D), Income Protection (Short and Long Term Disability), 401-K Plan, Paid Time Off (Vacation, Holiday, Personal.)

Salary: DOE

Date Position Available:  7/20/17

Application Information:

You may email your resume, with a brief cover letter, to JC Childree at jeremy.childree@carltonwoods.com (jeremy NULL.childree null@null carltonwoods NULL.com)


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