BMPs For Maryland Golf Courses
Position Title: Assistant Golf Course Superintendent
Location: Timbers at Troy Golf Course, Elkridge, MD
Start Date: ASAP
Closing Date: Until position is filled
Respond To: Shaun O’Connor, Golf Course Superintendent via
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Timbers at Troy Golf Course offers the best of the Maryland countryside. Rolling hills, mature trees, and meandering streams provide the backdrop to an enjoyable and challenging golf course, highlighted by spectacular bunkering and bentgrass from tee to green. The layout is a reminder of the beauty of the Greater Baltimore region's majestic setting. During the winter of 2016-2017, the Timbers underwent a historic renovation that included new, state-of-the-art Billy Bunker sand traps, new irrigation, new cart paths, and clubhouse improvements. The Timbers at Troy is truly Howard County's premiere public golf experience.
For additional information on Timbers at Troy Golf Course, please visit our website at www.timbersgolf.com.
Manage all activities related to the care and maintenance of the golf course, grounds, and equipment to ensure that we produce “Best in Class” playing conditions at Timbers at Troy Golf Club.
Manage all actives that support the golf course maintenance operation such as:
Human resource management (hire, train, and direct staff).
Manage daily operations, special projects, and outside contractors.
Maintain clean and organized maintenance facility.
Able to safely and efficiently operate all golf course maintenance equipment.
Assist mechanic with equipment preventive maintenance program.
Manage cool season turf (bent-grass and turf type tall fescue).
Must be well versed with water management, cultural practices, and scouting.
Program, operate and maintain Toro GDC irrigation system.
Safely and accurately apply agricultural products (pesticides and fertilizers).
Maintain landscape by ensuring proper weeding, edging, mulching, pruning, etc.
Perform administrative duties, primarily preparing neat, accurate and detailed records (pesticide, fertilizer, water usage, payroll, work schedule, fuel usage, equipment inventory, equipment repair).
One must demonstrate quality interpersonal communication skills.
Have the ability to analyze and solve problems.
Be able to efficiently handle multiple tasks under pressure.
Work flexible hours as required to support the golf course maintenance operation.
Present a positive attitude, professional manner, and appearance in all situations.
One must be dedicated and committed to excellent customer service.
2 or 4-year degree in turf-grass management.
Must be able to obtain a Maryland Pesticide and Fertilizer Applicators license.
3 years supervisory and golf course maintenance experience.
Full-time, year-round, Exempt
Kemper Sports Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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