GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT NEEDED: Lakeside Golf Club (formerly Canyon Lake Golf Club) at Canyon Lake, Texas. Year-round position to oversee day-to-day operations of this 18-hole semi-private course. Salary based on experience and qualifications. Resumes can be mailed to Lakeside Golf Club, 405 Watts Lane, Canyon Lake, Texas, 78133 or e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Golf Club of Houston in Humble, TX is a unique, 36 hole facility consisting two 18 Hole Championship golf courses. The private, 18 Hole Jacobsen-Hardy designed Member Course consists Tif-Eagle greens with TifSport tees, fairways and roughs.
The public, Reese Jones designed Tournament Course, consists of Mini Verde greens with TifSport tees, fairways, and roughs. Every year, The Tournament Course plays hosts the PGA Tour’s Shell Houston Open the week before the masters. Every fall it is over-seeded with Perennial Ryegrass on tees, fairways and roughs while greens are seeded with a blend of Bentgrass and Poa Trivialis. Our Agronomy team strives to produce “Masters Quality conditions” for the PGA and the players as a warm-up for Augusta.
The potential candidate will be involved in all areas of the maintenance and management programs within the Agronomy department. Emphasis will be placed on PGA Tournament preparation, Cool and Warm Season Greens management, irrigation scheduling, troubleshooting & repair, chemical & fertilizer applications, and crew management. Potential candidate must have the ability to work within a team, be focused, and driven to succeed with the long-term goal of becoming a Golf Course Superintendent. The ideal candidate will have these basic qualifications, but not limited to:
- 2 or 4 year degree preferred
- Cool and Warm Season Greens management experience
- Ability to calibrate and apply chemicals and fertilizers
- Basic understanding of agronomic practices associated with tournament conditioning
- At least 1+ years of hands on golf course experience with tournament experience desired
- Highly motivated, detail oriented and strong work ethic
- Local and National Association dues
- Golfing Privileges
Please send Resume and cover letter to Brian Buckner, email@example.com
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Position Description: Responsible for Managing supervision of grounds operations and improvement initiatives including, but not limited to landscape operations, tree and shrub removal, flowers and fauna, and snow removal. May oversee other services such as transportation.
Develop and be accountable for a safety culture that creates a work environment where no one gets hurt.
Plans, directs, and organizes daily activities of the grounds department, and supervises landscaping and grooming of maintainable acreage.
Preparation and on-going maintenance of athletic fields, both practice and playing fields.
Possess proper licensing and manages pesticide and herbicide applications.
Oversee grounds projects and construction management.
Create and develop relationship with Client and campus community in conjunction with Facility Director, if applicable.
Inspect and tour acreage to identify areas for maintenance improvement or landscape upgrades.
Help prepare department budget with Facility Director, if applicable.
Adhere to budgetary requirements, including purchase of supplies, tools, equipment, and outside services.
Plan, develop, prioritize, and manage efficient and economical grounds maintenance tasks and horticulture programs in accordance with the seasonal calendar and best practices of Sustainable, Green, and Natural Landscape.
Hire, guide, train, and give technical assistance to supervisors and employees engaged in daily grounds projects.
Communicate with all levels within the organization and external vendors and contractors.
Implement and maintain an effective two-way communication system which reaches all employees, clients and customers.
Maintain campus in compliance with all applicable OSHA, EPA, and other local, state and federal statues and regulations.
Inspects, repairs and evaluates all equipment associated with the grounds operation
Holds or continue working toward at least one Grounds or Landscape related certification.
Participate in a school committee or group outside of grounds responsibilities.
- Conduct facility training based on equipment specific to the facility.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Bachelors Degree in Landscape Management, Landscape Architecture, or similar required.
- 5+ years experience in Landscape and Grounds Management.
- Technical knowledge of landscape, trees, shrubs, turf, flora and fauna as well as project management and experience overseeing skilled, semi-skilled and non-skilled trade personnel in a union and/or non-union environment is required.
- Strong financial analysis skills and P&L accountability and/or contract-managed service experience is preferred.
SUMMARY OF POSITION: To coordinate and conduct work required to install and maintain irrigation systems at city parks and other grounds; participate in a variety of manual labor tasks appropriate to irrigation systems installation and maintenance; to perform maintenance, landscaping and construction tasks related to grounds and athletic field management; and to assist supervisory personnel with additional related tasks.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform manual labor and equipment operations related to the installation repair, maintenance and replacement of irrigation systems in athletic fields, including restrooms, drinking fountains, city park facilities, brick and cement structures, medians, and walkways. Diagnose and fix various plumbing and electrical problems related to irrigation systems. Perform preventative maintenance on equipment.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent. Specialized training in irrigation systems, electrical components, and/or plumbing systems. Three years experience in irrigation systems installation and repair or a related field. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an irrigation license from the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality within 12 months of employment. Must successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen, criminal background, driving record, and medical examination.
HIRING RANGE: $16.18 – $20.22 per hour, depending on qualifications CONTACT PERSON (To whom applications & resumes are to be sent): NAME: Heather Dowell, Parks Manager
ADDRESS: 5109 Bransford Road, Colleyville, TX 76034
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER The mission of the City of Colleyville is to provide unique customer service through our tradition of excellent stewardship, employee innovation, and integrity.