Assistant in Training, Irrigation Technician, Spray Technician
This is an entry level management position intended to prepare the right candidate for potential advancement within Colorado Golf Club’s agronomy department and within the turf industry. The ideal candidate will have the desire to take on progressive responsibility and create opportunity within a high-end facility that puts a demand on tournament type playing conditions daily. This provides an excellent opportunity for either a recent turf degree/certificate graduate with great internship experience or someone in a similar position looking to take on more experience in order for further advancement within the industry. A positive attitude, desire to learn, and a team driven mindset are intangibles required in a candidate.
Job responsibilities include:
The calibration, operation, and monitoring of all spray and granular application equipment
The application or monitoring of fertilizers and plant protectant applications
Coordinating spray schedules, IPM programs, and invasive species management program with the Head and Assistant Superintendents
Direct small crew management and observation of maintenance staff
Identifying and addressing disease and turf health issues
Direct communication with management regarding daily observations, work schedule progress, and any other items pertinent to the conditions of the golf course
Irrigation repair and trouble shooting in coordination with our irrigation technician
Aiding in our moisture management program on greens, tees, and fairways
Any and all other tasks set forth by the Agronomy department
This position is being offered as full time/year round employment. We will continue accepting resumes until the positions are filled.
Benefits include: Lunches, uniforms/rain gear, golfing privileges, end of season and Christmas bonus potential
Additional Salary Information: Ample overtime available
About Colorado Golf Club
Colorado Golf Club is an 18-hole championship golf facility which sits at the base of the Palmer Divide region just south of Denver. It is a Coore and Crenshaw design which has already hosted the 2010 Senior PGA Championship, 2013 Solheim Cup, 2019 USGA Mid Am and has also recently announced our commitment to co-host the 2023 US Amateur. In addition to the championship course is a 9 hole short course and full practice area. Within close proximity to the Denver area, the course itself sits on over 350+ Acres of open Ponderosa hill country with full views of Pikes Peak and the Colorado Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.