Position: Assistant Golf Course Superintendent
The assistant superintendent will be responsible assisting in the daily operations of the golf course, irrigation, course set up, IPM, BMP’s, staff management, application of plant protectors and course conditioning. Assist Superintendent with daily, weekly and long term planning. Monitors all aspects of operating and capital budgets.
Two or four year degree in Turfgrass management, certificate program, or related field. Must be able to obtain Maryland Pesticide and Fertilizer licenses within 90 days.
Experience and Requirements:
Requires working knowledge of the maintenance of golf course tees, fairways, greens; the seeding and maintenance practices for golf course turf; the planting cultivating, pruning, and caring for plants, shrubs and trees; the characteristics and proper use of various fertilizers and soil conditioners; herbicides and pest control methods and materials; drainage control methods; and irrigation systems, including wells, pumps and automatic controls. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Requires knowledge of current federal, state and local laws and regulations affecting the management of golf course operations.
Date Available: February 2018
Salary: $ 45,000
Benefits: Health insurance, paid annual vacation, paid annual sick leave, 401K, paid dues for membership in GCSAA, paid dues for membership in local associations, expenses involved in attending regional educational seminars.
Resumes or Inquiries:
Joe Haskins, Superintendent1380 West Central AvenueDavidsonville, Md email@example.com
Renditions features replicas of holes from major championship venues, all located in a quiet and serene corner of Anne Arundel County, just minutes away from the Capital Beltway and Annapolis. With the Patuxent River flowing nearby, the setting is perfect for a unique, grand slam golf experience.
The golf course was the reclamation of a decades-old sand mining operation. Working closely with Maryland Department of the Environment, sensitive environmental areas were protected and preserved. Several hundred new trees were brought to the site and hundreds more were transplanted along the fairways during construction. The Interstate Mining Compact Commission was impressed enough to award Renditions the “National Reclamation of the Year” award for 2004.
Your day begins with a series of three parkland holes, all replicas of U.S. Open or PGA Championship venues. Holes #4 and #5 transport you “across the pond” for a taste of The Open Championship. The next three holes bring you back to America for a tour of “Amen Corner”, possibly the most famous series of holes from The Masters Tournament. And the day is just beginning…
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