The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent reports directly to the Superintendent and will be involved in all areas of golf course management including but not limited to implementation of chemical and fertilizer applications, equipment calibration, irrigation and drainage repair, water management, record keeping, and employee management and training. The Assistant Superintendent should posses a strong work ethic and be able to work effectively in a team environment with the objective of meeting or exceeding club goals and standards.
Fertilizer and Chemical application, Project Management, Water Management, Golf Course Construction/Renovation, Irrigation and Drainage, Employee Training, Computer Skills (word, excel), Ability to obtain California State Pesticide License within 6 months.
1-3 years as an Assistant Superintendent or equivalent.
A certificate or degree from a college or trade school is preferred but not required with proper experience.
Located in the Berkeley Hills above the community of El Cerrito, California, Berkeley Country Club offers its members a challenging course for players of all abilities. The setting affords visitors spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay and its surroundings. Architects Robert Hunter and Willie K. Watson's vision in 1920 was to create a championship golf course in a setting with glorious views in all directions. Their vision was not only realized, but has been kept alive by generations of Bay Area golfers. Throughout its almost hundred year history, Berkeley Country Club has held on to the original design and historical character of the course. The end result is a mature and demanding golf course that truly tests players' golf skills, regardless of their level.