Golf Course Superintendent at Antelope Valley Country Club
Looking for an opportunity where success comes naturally? Then you may have found your crew. We’re looking for a Golf Course Superintendent to join our team.
Here’s what you’d do:
The superintendent is entrusted with the maintenance, operation and management of a golf course. You serve as the liaison between the company, the customer representative and the golf shop on matters concerning daily course operation. You shall be easily contacted and will, in turn, be in contact with the key employees on the golf course at all times. The superintendent must be able to respond quickly to any situation.
You’d be responsible for:
Planning, organizing, and direct maintenance of all areas within the scope and according to the technical specifications of the contract.
Partnering with the customer to understand or develop a long term property improvement plan.
Supervising the operation, maintenance and repair of all equipment assigned to the course.
Preparing and operate within annual budget estimates.
Preparing and follow an annual agronomic plan that operates within the technical specifications of the contract and the annual budget.
Procuring and managing supplies and materials to support maintenance activities.
Creating and distributing report of maintenance activities as required.
Managing golf course employees including interview, hire, training, discipline and separation.
Protecting the company’s interest by an awareness of and compliance with all applicable regulations including course and company policies.
Fulfilling administrative duties timely. Administer all aspects of the BrightView Safety Program and the BrightView BV360 Management Program.
Representing BrightView Golf Maintenance in a positive and professional manner including attitude, appearance and speech.
Maintaining effective employee and public relations.
Meeting or exceeding external and internal customer expectations.
In addition to industry-leading development opportunities, you’ll also have benefits and perks like:
Paid time off
Medical, dental, and vision insurance
You might be a good fit if you have:
Experience in all phases of golf course management and turf culture.
A working knowledge of the construction, establishment, and maintenance practices employed on golf course putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, and bunkers.
A degree or advanced knowledge of agronomy, horticulture, plant or soil science. High degree of administrative and executive ability including effective oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency.
Certified and /or licensed for pesticide usage.
Valid driver’s license.
And while not mandatory, it would be great if you also have:
Familiar with the characteristics and proper use of fertilizers and soil conditioners. Knowledge of irrigation including watering practices, irrigation systems, pumps, wells and automatic controls and drainage.
Able to prepare the course for play in accordance with the rules of golf. Able to evaluate the course from the player’s perspective.
About BrightView Golf Maintenance
Golf Course Maintenance Solutions
From private clubs and municipalities to golf resorts. BrightView's breadth of experience allows us to handle the specific landscape maintenance challenges faced by all kinds of golf courses. Although each golf course has its own vision, goals, and budget requirements, there are benefits that are inherently part of every BrightView Golf Maintenance Partnership.
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