The Equipment Manager position at Crown Colony Golf and Country Club reports to the Golf Course Superintendent and/or the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent and is responsible for the servicing, repair and preservation of the golf course maintenance equipment fleet.
GCSAA Membership and Equipment Manager Certificate Program paid and encouraged.
Other training and certification paid for by the club.
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
Employee golf benefits
The job requirements include but are not limited to;
Evaluation, diagnosis and repair of all faulty or damaged equipment.
Schedule repairs, routine maintenance and downtime of all equipment.
Evaluate mowing performance on the course daily and make necessary adjustments.
Order parts and maintain stock levels of regularly used items.
Keep records of ordering, expenditures and major equipment faults.
Assist in equipment lease package setup.
Assist in safety training and daily equipment check lists with employees.
Maintain mowing units to a high quality of cut.
Assist in budgetary meetings as it relates to the equipment fleet.
Organize and maintain the maintenance building for efficacy and safety.
Knowledge of small engines and landscaping tools.
Ability to work some weekends and holidays as needed.
Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred but not required. A valid drivers license and reliable transportation is required.
About Crown Colony Golf and Country Club
Crown Colony Golf & Country Club (Fort Myers) is located in a 403-acre gated community that offers beautiful homes and magnificent amenities in a prime location.
The magnificent Crown Colony golf course has been rated one of the toughest and most challenging Southwest Florida Golf Courses.
Eight sets of tees create an enjoyable experience for golfers of every level for both men and ladies.
The Ron Garl-designed, 18-hole golf course has the overall character of classic Florida golf design with touches of the old Scottish and Irish links-style courses.
The fairways and greens are creatively routed around the site’s native wetlands, mature pines and scrub oaks to produce a highly strategic layout of outstanding variety and interest.