Westmoreland Country Club is home to an 18-hole championship golf course that was built in 1954 providing members and guests with a challenging variety of holes. The course has regularly hosted US Open qualifiers and many Western Pennsylvania and Tri-State PGA events. The course architect was Dick Wilson and is 6,812 total yards from the Championship tees.
Westmoreland Country Club is excited to announce the exceptional career opportunity of Golf Course Superintendent. Qualified candidates will thrive in a hospitality environment and be highly focused on providing superior service.
Key Responsibilities of the Golf Course Superintendent:
Prepares and maintains the annual golf course maintenance budget and capital plans.
Plans, organizes and directs the maintenance and construction of putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers.
Supervises the planting and cultural practices involved in growing various turf grasses, trees and ornamental plants
Ensures that maintenance equipment is properly maintained.
Procures supplies and materials within budgetary limitations.
Keeps record of annual maintenance activities and costs. Prepares reports.
Implements sound purchasing procedures utilizing preferred vendors, when possible.
Reconciles and provides timely coding of all invoices, payroll and other required documents.
Coordinates snow removal (depending upon facility location).
Ensures all company policies and procedures are followed including compliance with government regulations.
Ensures that they and all associates obtain proper training and/or licenses needed to perform job tasks safely and within city, state, and federal regulations. Addresses directly all real or perceived environmental concerns.
Ensures proper mixing, calibration, and application of all chemical/fertilizers used on the course.
Manages department members that may include, but is not limited to: Assistant Superintendent, 2nd Assistant Superintendent, Head Mechanic, Environmental Technician, Equipment Operator, Foreman, Greenskeeper, and Irrigation Technician.
Assures that effective orientation and training are given to each new associate. Develops ongoing training programs.
Incorporates safe work practices in job performance.
Minimum Qualifications for the Golf Course Superintendent:
Associate’s degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; and two to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience (Degree preference in agronomy/ horticulture/ plant/soil science).