2nd Assistant Superintendent, Assistant in Training, Chemical Technician
Established in 1969, Fremont Hills has matured into an outstanding club providing one of the greatest membership values in the area. We take pride in a tradition of excellence that is evident by the fine quality of the facility and staff.
At the core of Fremont Hills Country Club is a mature golf course spread over 80 acres. The course started out in 1969 as a fun 9-hole track and expanded in 1987 to our current 18 hole layout. The bermuda grass fairways are guarded by mature hardwood trees and the bentgrass greens are well protected. This provides for a challenging course that can be enjoyed by golfers of all capabilities. On top of a great course, we have mens, ladies, and couples leagues for all of our members. Our ladies league is one of the strongest in the area and the men have standing games multiple days a week. These leagues and our tournament calendar provide lots of options for the golfing family.
The Assistant In Training (AIT) reports directly to the golf course superintendent. Under the superintendent's supervision, the AIT supervises and participates in the maintenance of the golf course.
Assist in planning and supervising the maintenance of the golf course.
Supervise/Participate in daily work assignments for crew members.
Supervise/Participate in equipment operation and mowing practices.
Participate in pesticide applications and calibrate pesticide application equipment.
Participate in daily operation/maintenance of irrigation system and pump station.
Contribute to a positive work environment for all FHCC employees.
THE CANDIDATE FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE TRAINING TO BECOME THE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT AT FHCC IN 12-18 MONTHS.
Working knowledge of everyday maintenance practices on the golf course.
Application experience with fertilizers, herbicides, and insecticides.
Experience with irrigation system/pump station repair and maintenance.
Positive attitude necessary to form a good relationship with crew members.
40+ hour work week during the growing season.
Weekend/Holiday work necessary during the growing season.
Ability to lift 50+ pounds.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Obtain/Maintain current state pesticide applicator license.