BMPs For Maryland Golf Courses
The Golf Course Superintendent I is responsible for assisting with the planning, coordination, and execution of a maintenance program for a golf course. Supervision of golf course maintenance workers is required. Work is performed under the general direction of the Golf Course Maintenance Superintendent with moderate latitude for independent judgment and action within guidelines provided by the Golf Course Maintenance Superintendent. Annual performance goals will be set for the Golf Course Superintendent I.
Hiring Salary Range: $48,306.99 - $53,005.15 – Negotiable DOE
Assist with management of personnel:
Plan, direct, and control day to day work schedules of maintenance employees in the care and maintenance of golf course grounds and golf course maintenance equipment, including quality control.
Determine workload, assign priorities, schedule employees, and allocate resources.
Develop and implement training programs for employees.
Analyze and resolve employee work problems through application and interpretation of Personnel Policies.
Develop performance standards and indicators and evaluate employee performance against those standards.
Ensure adherence to fair and equitable employment practices.
Interview and recommend applicants for regular, full-time employment; interview and select applicants for part-time/seasonal employment.
Maintain employee time and attendance reports and performance records.
Promote high levels of work performance and employee morale.
Ensure the staff maintains required yearly safety training to include, but not limited to agency, local, state and federal regulatory pesticide and fertilizer compliance.
Communicate necessary golf course maintenance and staffing information to the Golf Course Maintenance Superintendent on a regular basis.
Assist with management of maintenance of grounds:
Assist with management of maintenance of equipment:
Perform administrative duties:
Education: Graduation from two year college with Associates Degree in turf management, agronomy, or closely related field preferred.
Physical: Manual work with strength and dexterity necessary to perform all required tasks, including lifting, stooping, bending and working in tiring and uncomfortable positions in outdoor and maintenance shop settings; will perform heavy manual labor in all weather conditions; lift and move items equal to or greater than 80 pounds; climb ladders; use hand tools and operate mechanical equipment.
Experience: Five years of experience in golf course maintenance work; or any equivalent combination of education, training, or experience which provides:
Duties and responsibilities are designed to be the essential elements of the job. They do not preclude the performance of related, or even unrelated, jobs which may be necessary to properly and efficiently complete all work assignments. NOVA Parks reserves the right to amend job specifications to meet current needs.
Benefits: This position is a benefit eligible position. Benefits include medical and dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, and more.
Testing: The Golf Course Superintendent I position is classified as a safety sensitive position. Candidates for full-time, safety sensitive positions must submit to a pre-employment drug screening and achieve a negative result as a condition of employment.
It is the policy of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce.
Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-352-5900 and ask for the Human Resources Department for assistance.
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