Harrison Lake Country Club is seeking a talented, career minded Equipment Manager for our newly renovated golf course. With a newly renovated golf course and the purchasing of new equipment a qualified equipment manager is vital for the success of the golf course, and our ability to meet the standards for our members.
The equipment manager reports to the golf course superintendent and coordinates with the assistant golf course superintendent and oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program for the golf course assets.
- Inspects, diagnoses and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various golf course maintenance equipment used in golf course maintenance work.
- Instructs and trains golf course maintenance workers regarding preventive maintenance, and the proper cleaning of and safe operation of equipment.
- Maintains a preventive maintenance program within budget on all equipment, and purchases repair parts and replacement supplies.
- Spot checks equipment for performance on the course, makes emergency repairs to equipment on the course, and services or supervises servicing of equipment prior to use.
- Repair electrical and hydraulic systems.
- Backlapping reel mowers for precise cut.
- Reel adjustments as needed to maintain precise cut.
For questions please email Bob Witt at email@example.com
About Harrison Lake Country Club
The 18-hole course at Harrison Lake Country Club facility in Columbus, Indiana features 6,500 yards of golf for a par 72. Bent grass greens, tees, and fairways. Designed by Robert Simmons/Gary Kern, Harrison Lake
Country Club opened in 1947. Nestled in the beautiful rolling hills outside Columbus and Brown County, HLCC serves the families and businesses of Columbus by focusing on our vision, A Place Where People Want To Be! HLCC has recently built a new short range, driving range and is finishing up phase 1 of 3 in a course wide renovation. The renovation includes new usga greens, new fairways and seeding, and billy bunker sand traps. Renovation Architect and design is being done by Tim Liddy, who has developed both as a project architect for Pete Dye as well as solo designs throughout Indiana.