We are looking for a Golf Course Mechanic that will help us maintain our fleet. Must be keenly aware of maintenance records and have the ability to trouble shoot problems and catch problems before they arise. Individual must be a team player and always willing to help anyone who asks.
In this role, you will be responsible for the safe mechanical condition of all mowers, utility vehicles, trucks and tractors, and mechanical equipment. Work closely with the Golf Course Superintendent to plan and coordinate repairs, adjustments, and maintenance of all equipment to ensure it’s available for daily use on the golf course. You will report directly to the Golf Course Superintendent.
The ideal candidate will be a team player who strives for excellence with a great attitude and strong work ethic. At least some rounded experience as head golf course mechanic, assistant golf course mechanic and/or related mechanical experience and skilled in the use of a wide variety of equipment repair tools, and the making of various types of mechanical repairs is required.
Maintain the shop yard in a clean fashion.
Order parts when necessary
Teach and train staff on proper use of equipment.
Extensive experience in the repair and maintenance of small engines, diesel engines, hydraulic systems, and reel mowers.
Must be a team player willing to help other departments at the Club when asked.
Ability to move heavy objects.
Ability to work in a variety of weather conditions while repairing equipment.
Ability to diagnose mechanical troubles and determine appropriate maintenance work.
Ability to communicate effectively and keep business records.
Additional Salary Information: $35,000 to 48,000. This position has full benefits, the ability to work overtime as needed, and career advancement.
About Eaton Altadena Golf Course LLC
CourseCo has become the largest golf management company in its region by viewing corporate growth as a by-product of service, not as a primary objective. Concentrating on excellent performance of our last acquisition gets priority over planning our next acquisition. While growth is an important objective, we believe that by "doing everything we promise to do, plus ten percent," the quality of our work will assure our natural growth. CourseCo's decisions to pursue new business are made collaboratively by the people who will be both affected by the decision and responsible for its success—our senior operating personnel and officers.
The company has grown around its core in Northern California by focusing on these principles:
Markets, properties, communities, and clients are known and understood personally by CourseCo's senior managers and principals.
Detailed corporate supervision of site operations is coupled with entrepreneurial motivation and freedom for site managers.
Communication lines between CourseCo's principals and its clients are kept short.
Maintain an unrelenting focus on our clients' bottom line.