BMPs For Maryland Golf Courses
Assistant Superintendent – Talbot Country Club
Come grow with us! Join our team as an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent and experience the beauty and warm hospitality of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Talbot Country Club in Easton, Maryland is looking for an Assistant Golf Course Superintendent. A highly-qualified individual will possess recognized leadership, management experience, and a passion for the golf business.
About Talbot Country Club and Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Talbot Country Club, established in 1910, is Maryland’s 4th oldest country club. Located on the scenic Eastern Shore of Maryland, Talbot Country Club is a full-service country club featuring a championship 18-hole golf course with Bermuda fairways and tees, poa/bent greens and a large practice facility. The Club also features a swimming pool, dock, and tennis courts. Talbot Country Club is a family-oriented club with a rich history in the community.
Talbot County offers the perfect balance of rural simplicity and urban refinement. Home to sophisticated small towns, waterman’s villages and more than 600 miles of Chesapeake Bay waterfront, it’s the treasure of Maryland's Eastern Shore. The area is an outdoorsman’s paradise with easy access to hunting, fishing, sailing, boating and hiking. Talbot County is great for families and boasts a great public school system and private school options in addition to variety of arts and athletic youth opportunities. Easton is just an hour from the Maryland and Delaware Beaches and is one hour from Washington D.C. and Baltimore, and two hours from Philadelphia.
Seeking an individual with experience in the following areas:
-Previous supervisory experience
-Crew management and training
-Organizational and prioritization skills
-Prior pesticide and fertilizer application experience (possess or be able to obtain a MD pesticide license within 120 days of hire)
-Extensive knowledge of irrigation repair, maintenance, and operation
-The ability to carry out daily assignments as well as turf and crew management strategies as directed by the Superintendent
-Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate and interact with a Spanish speaking crew
-Familiar with agronomic programs for both cool and warm season grasses in the transition zone
-Highly skilled in water management
-Possess and display interpersonal skills with employees, club members, and management.
-Must be highly organized and efficient with great attention to detail.
2 or 4 year degree in Turfgrass Management or turf-related field preferred
$50,000 +, dependent on experience
An attractive compensation package that includes Medical & Dental, 401K after 1 year of employment, Uniform, Vacation, Golfing Privileges, Employee Meals, National and Local Association Dues.
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Phone: (302) 670-5773
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