Bent Tree Country Club is seeking an Assistant Superintendent to join the Golf Course Maintenance team. The candidate should be motivated, self driven, and a team player to continuously improve the overall member experience at the club. The Assistant Superintendent reports directly to the Golf Course Superintendent and assists in managing the golf course maintenance team.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 1 year of experience in turf management with some responsibility in the management of daily operations. Must be able to obtain Texas pesticide applicators license within 90 days of hire.
Assist in setting up the daily schedule.
Supervise daily tasks and assist with completion where needed.
Ability to train new employees.
Effective communication skills.
Chemical and fertilizer applications.
Toro irrigation repairs and maintenance.
Safe operation of general golf course maintenance equipment.
Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Minimum of a certificate or 2 year turfgrass degree.
1+ years of experience.
Ability to work outside in high and low temperatures.
Additional Salary Information: Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, uniforms, GCSAA dues, TDA license dues, continuing education classes, and Christmas bonus.
About Bent Tree Country Club
Originally built in 1972, the Bent Tree Country Club par 72 layout was the design work of renowned golf course architect Desmond Muirhead. Utilizing his knowledge of designing courses in the flat terrain of Florida, Muirhead first carved out the many water features around the course and then used the excavated material to form the elevated tees and greens, and to mold the meandering fairways. Over the next few years, multiple species of new trees were added to help define the course flow and to add beauty to the revived cotton farm.
Then, thirty years later, in 2002, the Club’s Board of Directors empowered nationally known architect Keith Foster to rebuild and rework the original blueprint and upgrade Muirhead’s design into a more traditional and timeless layout. The result is a beautiful par 71 course that is highlighted by water features testing players on 14 of the 18 holes, 62 chiseled and brilliant white bunkers that define the driving zones and putting complexes, and exquisite Bentgrass putting surfaces, considered by many, especially our Club members, to be the finest in the Metroplex.