Under the Superintendent’s supervision, the Assistant Superintendent directs and participates in the daily golf course maintenance, management practices, supervision of crew, daily scheduling, training, application of chemicals and fertilizer, water monitoring and communication. The Assistant Superintendent may serve in the Superintendent’s capacity during his absence.
Assist in the daily assignments of tasks and discuss work schedule with Superintendent, Turf equipment technicians and other team members.
Direct, mentor, train and evaluate all team members.
Conduct daily inspections of turf conditions, equipment operation and standard operating procedures.
Supervise all pesticide and fertilizer applications including calibration of equipment and proper documentation of applications.
Be able to operate, supervise and provide training and documentation of training for all team members on all equipment associated with our department.
Interacts with other departments as needed.
Ability to multi-task
Efficient time management
Attendance and punctuality are critical due to the scope of responsibilities and impact on other positions and department.
All other duties as assigned.
Current Commercial Pesticide License or ability to obtain one within 90 days of employment.
Knowledge of irrigation repair and maintenance
Time management skills
How to use golf course maintenance equipment
Follows all safety policies and procedures (wearing PPE, maintains equipment, etc.)
Attention to detail and the ability to multitask safely and efficiently
The ability to communicate clearly and professionally always
The ability to operate a motor vehicle
Has a clean driving record and a valid driver’s license
The Country Club of Orlando is one of the largest and oldest Country Clubs in the state of Florida.
The physical Club encompasses 166 1/3 acres and includes twelve tennis courts, an 18-hole Donald Ross designed golf course, a junior-Olympic sized swimming pool, a fully equipped wellness and fitness center, snack bars, and a main clubhouse with unique dining facilities, banquet venues, and meeting rooms. Our family-oriented Club strives to provide the highest level of service and professionalism.
Major golf course renovations took place in 1960, 1976, and 1990. Most recently, beginning on April 1, 2017, a complete renovation of the golf course began. The goal of the renovation was to return the course to it's original Donald Ross concept. The new course reopened on December 1, 2017 and has truly achieved the design goal that was set out.