Superintendent Positions

Birch Hills Golf Course Superintendent

Brea, California Position Available: 6/1/21

The Golf Course Superintendent oversees the maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including the driving range, clubhouse landscaping, and maintenance.

Facility: Birch Hills Golf Course – 18 Hole Executive Length Public Golf Facility

Compensation: $70,000 to $75,000 per year

Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • 3-5 years turf grass management experience required
  • A turf certificate or a four-year college degree preferred
  • GCSAA Member preferred
  • Knowledge of budgeting and expense management
  • Qualified Applicators License or ability to get obtain one
  • Strong irrigation experience highly preferred
  • Must be highly organized and efficient with a high attention to detail
  • Facility cleanliness and organization are a must
  • Basic computer skills, Word and Excel

Position Responsibilities:

  • Maintains all grounds including the golf course, clubhouse surrounds and other landscaped areas
  • Supervises all agronomic practices and other care of turf, plants, shrubs and trees on the golf course and clubhouse grounds
  • Hires, supervises and develops Assistant Superintendent, foreman, irrigation technician and other employees in the maintenance department
  • Informs ownership about present and future maintenance activities
  • Coordinates scheduling of all personnel assigned to the maintenance department
  • Communicates frequently with the General Manger and Corporate Director of Agronomy to discuss activities, goals, plans and customer feedback.
  • Prepares and manages annual budget plan for the golf course maintenance operation on an annual basis
  • Maintains inventory and oversees all repairs and scheduled maintenance of all golf course maintenance equipment
  • Implements and enforces comprehensive safety program
  • Supervises maintenance and operation of drainage, irrigation and other central watering systems
  • Develops chemical and fertilizing agronomic plan on an annual basis with Corporate Agronomist
  • Ensures that the golf course is providing healthy and high quality playing conditions for guests of the property
  • Prepares and maintains all recordkeeping for maintenance department including pesticide applications
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor or manager

Resumes: Please email resumes to Paul R Mock Jr. National Director of Agronomy Western Golf Properties pmock@wgolfp.com

Golf Course Superintendent The Lakes at El Segundo

400 S Pacific Coast Highway, El Segundo, California 90245

Position Available – ASAP

Public10 hole short course with practice area. Will be lighted and on the grounds of the new TopGolf venue in El Segundo. The Superintendent is an integral member of the property’s management team and oversees the maintenance and agronomic practices of the golf course and adjacent grounds, including the clubhouse landscaping and maintenance. This will be a project in conjunction with TopGolf as their first green grass facility at a TopGolf Venue in US. This is a total renovation job that will include new irrigation, bentgrass greens, bunkers, tees and sodding/sprigging all other areas with Kikuya. The below responsibilities also include overseeing the repair and maintenance of all golf course related equipment.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Maintains all grounds including the golf course, clubhouse surrounds and other maintainable property
  • Supervises all planting, fertilizing and chemical applications, and other care of turf, plants, shrubs and trees on the golf course and clubhouse surrounds
  • Hires, supervises and develops Assistant Superintendent, foreman, irrigation technician and other employees in the maintenance department
  • Informs members about present and future maintenance activities
  • Coordinates scheduling of all personnel assigned to the department
  • Communicates frequently with the General Manger and Director of Maintenance to discuss activities, goals, plans and member/customer feedback.
  • Prepares and manages annual budget plan for the golf course maintenance operation on an annual basis
  • Maintains inventory and oversees all repairs and scheduled maintenance of all golf course maintenance equipment
  • Implements and enforces comprehensive safety program for employees of the maintenance department
  • Supervises maintenance and operation of drainage, irrigation and other mechanical watering systems
  • Develops chemical and fertilizing plan on an annual basis
  • Ensures that the golf course is providing healthy and high quality playing conditions for guests of the property
  • Prepares and maintains all recordkeeping for maintenance department (i.e. Human Resource files, inventory files, fertilization and chemical application logs)
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor or manager

Qualifications, Experience and Skill Requirements:

ESSENTIAL

  • Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Must be highly organized, efficient and detail oriented
  • Must possess basic computer skills – Word and Excel
  • Must have supervisory, coaching and staff development experience
  • Must have a strong business aptitude and passion for the golf business
  • Must have a basic knowledge of budgeting and expense management
  • Must have 3-5 years turfgrass management experience
  • Must have QAL and irrigation experience

COMPENSATION:

Compensation for the position will be a base salary of $75,000 – $80,000, depending on experience.  Compensation package also includes health, dental, and vision insurances, 401(k) plan, FSA, vacation, and sick days.

Resumes to: Dan Evers –  devers@indigogolf.com

Barona Resort & Casino (San Diego) Posted May 3, 2021

POSITION TITLE: Golf Superintendent
DEPARTMENT: Golf Course
DATE PREPARED/REVISED: 04/21
JOB CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Director of Golf
SUPERVISES: All aspects of the Golf Maintenance Department
OBJECTIVE: Entrusted with the management and operations of the maintenance department of the Barona Creek Golf
Course.
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Starts work early AM Must be available to work weekends
RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  1. Supervising the construction and maintenance of the golf course
  2. Supervising the maintenance and repair of construction and maintenance equipment
  3. Rendering professional advice, opinions, assistance and services to the Tribal Council, as
    required
  4. Participating in all long-range planning meetings
  5. The Superintendent coordinates all golf course maintenance operations
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  6. Always be NICE to fellow staff and players; find every opportunity to offer a friendly smile, wave
    and greeting
  7. Assumes responsibility for managing and maintaining properties, which may include:
    a. Golf Course;
    b. Practice areas;
    c. Wildlife Habitat and Water Resources;
    d. Maintenance equipment;
    e. Golf car fleet;
    f. Golf Shop grounds and landscaping, water features other than those grounds assigned to
    the hotel/casino-landscaping department;
    g. Restrooms and potable water on course;
    h. Open spaces, wooded areas, unused acreage and areas outside the perimeter fence;
    i. Sod farm and nursery;
    j. Other properties as specified in writing by the Chairman of the Barona Band of Mission
    Indians
  8. Construction, renovation and/or reconstruction of such properties, whether performed by
    maintenance staff or outside contractors
  9. Wildlife and Habitat Management
  10. Environmental Stewardship
  11. Prepares the annual budget for maintenance capital expenditures of golf course property
  12. Formulates the annual maintenance and capital budgets to implement current policies
    established in accordance with long-range plan and defined maintenance standards
  13. Interviews, hires, trains, directs, and supervises a staff of employees for the purpose of
    maintaining golf course property. The Superintendent has authority (with consultation of Human
    Resources) to terminate employment of subordinates9. Plans all maintenance and project work, applying agronomic and administrative expertise to
    achieve the course’s maintenance standards and long-range goals
  14. Oversees the scheduling and routing of personnel and equipment to accomplish the work. The
    Superintendent frequently inspects the golf course and related areas to evaluate how well
    management standards are being achieved and to effect changes in management programs
  15. Acquires equipment and supplies necessary to maintain golf course properties
  16. Responsible for inventory control. Oversees equipment maintenance programs
  17. Approves all expenditures and exercises cost control measures to keep, as nearly as possible,
    operating and capital expenses within the approved budgets
  18. Keeps accurate and complete records on payroll, inventory, weather data, maintenance
    procedures, pesticide applications, etc
  19. Obtain required continuing education to maintain required pest management licensing
  20. Communicates regularly with other members of the organization’s top management group to
    discuss activities, goals, plans and member/customer input
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    ▪ 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
    ▪ Maintain Certified Pesticide Licensing in California
    ▪ Requires a high degree of administrative and executive ability, especially in terms of problem solving
    and decision-making. Requires excellent oral and written communication skills
    ▪ Maintains required continuing education units to maintain a Class “A” golf course superintendent
    classification and/or Certified Golf Course Superintendent status
    ▪ Requires participation in continuing education opportunities such as seminars, workshops,
    correspondence courses, field days and trade shows to ensure current knowledge of advances in
    technological innovations or cultural practices
    ▪ Requires a valid California Drivers License
    REQUIRED EDUCATION:
    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 stewardship
    standards, laws and regulations
    Requires a minimum of two years of college in a turf or environmental related curriculum
    Requires Certified Pest Control Applicator license for the State of California
    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
    Minimum of 6 years as a Golf Course Superintendent at a high-end public or private golf course or
    qualified as based upon abilities as an Assistant Superintendent at Barona Creek Golf Club
    ALTERNATIVE TO MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    None
    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
    Please refer to Support Data Sheet for position
  21.  Deadline is Sunday, May 09, 2021
  22. • Salary: $70,000 but may be higher based on experience
  23. • Medical, Dental, 401 K retirement Plan and PTO (paid time off)
  24. • Email resume to rmarcano@barona.com
  25. • You can also view the job description and upload your resume here. Click “Apply for this Position.”

Superintendent Position at Peacock Gap Golf Club, Posted April 21, 2021

Peacock Gap Golf Club is located at 333 Biscayne Dr, San Rafael, CA 94901. To apply for the position please direct them to this ink: https://peacockgapgolfclub.careerplug.com/j/0ruif8 The salary range for this position is $85K-$105K, based on relevant experience

ABOUT US: Rated “Best of the County” by Marin Magazine and located 25 miles north of San Francisco in the heart of Marin County, Peacock Gap Golf Club has been a pillar of the golf community for decades. The championship level course cultivates a true love for the game with year-round tournaments and a full calendar of events that unfold in an unparalleled setting. Enjoy gorgeous views of Marin while playing on one of California’s best heritage courses.

 Peacock Gap is looking for talented and motivated individual who can grow with us and can deliver best-in-class customer service on a scale not seen in the industry. If you are a high-performing, outgoing, service-oriented individual looking for a chance to make a difference, you belong at Peacock Gap. Peacock Gap Golf Club offers an exciting and fulfilling career opportunity for those who thrive in a fast-paced, energizing environment.

 

POSITION SUMMARY: The golf course superintendent is entrusted with the maintenance, operation and management of a golf course, and is responsible for:

  • Supervising the construction, reconstruction and maintenance of the golf course(s)
  • Supervising the maintenance and repair of construction and maintenance equipment
  • Rendering professional advice, opinions, assistance and services to the facility’s managing body as required
  • Participating in all long-range planning meetings
  • Serves as primary representative, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local government entities

YOUR FOCUS AND OUR FOCUS:

  • To maximize revenue.
  • To control expenses.
  • To deliver excellent customer service.
  • To maintain the quality and cleanliness of your facility and work space.

 RESPONSIBILITIES: The golf course superintendent assumes responsibility for managing and maintaining golf course properties, which include:

  • Golf course(s) and practice areas
  • RangeCafe
  • Administration building
  • Maintenance equipment
  • Golf car fleet and cart barn
  • Clubhouse grounds and landscaping
  • Restrooms and potable water on course
  • Open spaces, wooded areas, unused acreage and areas outside the perimeter
  • Assisting with the annual maintenance budget and capital improvements of club properties
  • Formulating the annual maintenance and capital budgets to implement company policies established in accordance with the company’s long-range plan and defined maintenance standards
  • Interviewing, hiring, training, directing, and supervising staff of employees for the purpose of maintaining club properties
  • Planning maintenance and project work, applying his/her agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve the city’s maintenance standards and long-range goals
  • Overseeing scheduling and routing of personnel and equipment to accomplish the work (superintendent frequently inspects the golf course and related areas to evaluate how well management standards are being achieved and to effect changes in management programs)
  • Acquiring equipment and purchasing necessary supplies to maintain golf course properties
  • Responsible for inventory control and oversees the equipment maintenance programs
  • Approving all expenditures and exercising cost control measures to keep, as nearly as possible, operating and capital expenses within the approved budgets
  • Maintaining accurate and complete records on payroll, inventory, weather data, maintenance procedures, pesticide applications, etc.
  • Conducts routine safety trainings

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Minimum 5 years of assistant supervision  or 3 years as lead.
  • Requires advanced knowledge of agronomy and turfgrass 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
  •  High degree of administrative and executive ability, especially in terms of problem-solving and decision-making
  •  Excellent oral and written communication skills
  •  Knowledge of current federal, state and local laws and regulations affecting the management of golf course operations — including employment, safety and environmental standards, laws and regulations
  •  Requires current state certification or licensing as a pesticide applicator
  •  Requires participation in continuing education opportunities such as seminars, workshops, correspondence courses, field days and trade shows
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand, and sit use hands to handle and touch. The employee is occasionally required reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
  • The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
  • Work may be performed in extreme climates with varying temperatures and weather conditions.

For more information about company, please visit our website at www.peacockgapgolfclub.com

Please provide salary requirements with your resume submission.

Shayna Bowman, Human Resources Generalist

Syufy Enterprises, 150 Pelican Way, San Rafael, CA 94901, (p) 415-448-8408

(f) 415-448-8410, shayna_bowman@150pelican.com, http://www.villasport.com/

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GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club
Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Posted March 1, 2021
Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club (“RSFGC”) is seeking a Golf Course Superintendent with great communication skills,strong agronomic and leadership skills, with a passion for great golf course architecture and providing exceptional playing conditions.
RANCHO SANTA FE COMMUNITY: RSFGC, established in 1929 and designed by the renowned Max Behr, is a private club available only to members of the Rancho Santa Fe Association, by virtue of ownership of Covenant property. The Club’s goal is excellence
through uncompromising service to its members in a caring and respectful manner. The staff provides high levels of service and a warm, welcoming atmosphere to the members.
RSFGC is distinguished as one of the finest “walkable” golf course designs in the world, with a traditional, 18-hole,7,073-yard, par-72 layout. The practice facilities include a double-ended driving range; practice putting green; and two-acre short game practice area. The Golf Club is the original site of the Crosby “Clambake”, predecessor to the AT&T Pebble Beach Tournament and host to a number of prominent championship events.
Beginning this April, RSFGC will be renovating its golf course, which has been redesigned by the renowned architect David McLay Kidd and will involve a new irrigation system, re-grassing of the fairways and green surrounds, and renovation of the bunkers and practice areas.
JOB DESCRIPTION
The Golf Course Superintendent (GCS) reports to the Director of Golf and liaises with the General Manager and the Green Committee. The GCS is expected to provide strong leadership and will direct and manage his/her department to ensure superb golf course conditioning on a daily basis. The GCS is responsible for all day-to-day operations of RSFGC golf course and grounds. Continuing education, professional development and staying at the forefront of research and technology are necessary for success. In addition, the GCS will provide innovative, relevant leadership and will perpetuate and foster an educational culture of developing and producing future turf professionals. The GCS must be a great communicator and have a natural style of “sincere engagement” with members and staff along with a love of the game of golf and a relentless attention to detail.
INITIAL AREAS OF FOCUS:
• Assess growing conditions of greens focused on health and putting qualities
• Provide leadership and input on the upcoming renovation project
• Manage irrigation programming to provide consistently excellent conditions • Condition the Bermuda fairways with a goal of providing full, dense fairways through the season
• Evaluate and update standard operating and course conditioning procedures
• Institute a high level of detail work on course and in mulch, native and landscape areas
• Create team training and evaluation systems • Develop maintenance programs to improve bunker maintenance and playability
CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS:
The ideal candidate will be a Golf Course Superintendent or the First Assistant at a top-tier private club with a minimum of eight years’ experience. February 16, 2021
• Successful experience with managing USGA Poa greens, Bermuda fairways
• Solid irrigation management philosophy and practices
• Strong agronomic skills, stays current with advances in turf technology and equipment • Proven history of providing exceptional golfing conditions and landscape at the highestlevel
• Subscribes to sustainable maintenance practices (e.g. firm and fast, sound irrigation philosophy)
• High energy, focused leader
• Possesses leadership qualities that resulted in high employee satisfaction-proven staf retention • Strong relationship builder with a history of excellent relations with their Director of Golf/
GolfProfessional and General Manager
• Experience developing standard operating procedures and training programs
• Experience mentoring team members
• Proven success in developing assistants to promotion • Excellent communication skills-listens to and responds to both club members and teammembers
• Strong budget management and forecasting skills
• Technologically savvy and comfortable with basic business, web and application software
• Experience developing capital equipment replacement plans • Strong observational skills, detail oriented
• Highly organized
• Experience with masterplans and golf course renovations • Golfer/student of the game with a sound understanding of ideal playing conditions and a passion for
the game
• High Golf IQ is essential • Spanish language skills are a plus
• Understanding of all pest control techniques
EDUCATIONAL AND CERTIFICATION QUALIFICATIONS
A degree in turf management or related field of study, GCSAA Certification and Pesticide Certification are preferred.
COMPENSATION
180K – 210K. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Additional benefits include: group health benefits, life insurance,participation in 401(k) plan, vacation, and meal plan.
SUBMISSIONS
To submit your candidacy, please email your cover letter and resume to Shanon McCarthy at smccarthy@rsfgc.com

Napa Golf Course Posted Feb 9, 2021

If you are an engaging leader with solid technical acumen and the ability to drive “green initiatives” for our property, we have the opportunity for you!

Responsibilities: The golf course superintendent manages labor, time, materials and finances in a manner that is compatible with the environment, meets financial goals and serves our customer and client. As superintendent at Napa Golf Course, you will communicate with employees, owners, customers, vendors, suppliers, golf professionals and others in the golf industry.  The superintendent also educates community groups about golf course and turfgrass management. The superintendent embodies the company core value of Environmental Stewardship through conservation, regeneration, restoration and sustainable practices. CourseCo, Inc is seeking qualified superintendents who are Class A GCSAA members for the Napa Golf Course at Kennedy Park Golf located in Napa, CA. The course is a year round 18-hole, with +/-35,000 annual rounds.

Duties: Golf course maintenance including clubhouse landscapes and entrance road. Maintenance budget (+/-$600k) and purchasing, equipment maintenance, fertilizer/pesticide application, trees, lake maintenance, Audubon Re-Certification and community outreach program.

Experience: Poa annua/bentgrass greens (push up). Written and verbal skills are important. Must have strong relationship building skills, strong hiring, selection and indoctrination skills. Excellent people skills: you will interface with the City, Golf Committees, and the community. Your passion for the environmental management will assist you in Audubon Re-Certification.

Benefits: Annual Salary between $75K-$85K Health Insurance, annual vacation, bonus, golfing privileges, GCSAAA membership. Expenses for regional and national seminars, local chapter conferences and meetings, and the Golf Industry Show. Dues for local chapter membership.

The Superintendent will report directly to the golf course general manager. Napa Golf Course is a CourseCo, Inc managed facility.  We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by law.

Successful applicant will be required to complete a pre-employment screening process and have a valid documentation proving eligibility to work in the United States that will be processed using the E-Verify system.

Apply please submit resumes to: Sean Silva, Senior Operations Manager – ssilva@courseco.com

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