The Assistant Golf Course Superintendent is responsible for providing support in all areas related to agronomy and golf course maintenance operations. This includes but is not limited to the hiring and supervision of seasonal staff, golf course irrigation maintenance, fertilizer and pesticide applications, equipment oversight and management, planning and completion of golf course maintenance activities, and the planning and completion of assigned golf course improvement projects. Other essential functions include:
Manage golf course turfgrass, native area vegetation, trees, clubhouse grounds and right of way areas on the perimeter of the golf course.
Train employees on the safe operation of all equipment.
Manage and supervise seasonal staff on a daily basis.
Keep accurate records for chemical and fertilizer applications, maintenance activities, and capital improvement projects.
Work on weekends, holidays, and overtime as necessary
Communicate clearly with the Golf Course Superintendent and Golf Operations staff regarding daily issues and resolutions.
Two-year certificate/degree in turfgrass management or related field
Four years or approved, equivalent golf course maintenance experience
Possess or have the ability to obtain a State of Colorado Pesticide Applicators License within six months of hire.
Proven leadership, communication, management, planning, customer service, and problem solving skills.
Ability to work a schedule that requires flexibility and availability to work weekdays, weekends, and holidays.
Ability to pass a background check.
Additional Salary Information: CommonGround offers a competitive employee benefits package, including medical, dental and vision insurance, flexible spending accounts, and a 401k retirement plan. Other benefits include employee meals, playing and practice privileges, and RMGCSA and GCSAA dues and professional development expenses paid.
About CommonGround Golf Course
CommonGround Golf Course is an 18-hole, Tom Doak designed, daily fee golf course located in the Denver metro area. It is the home course of the Colorado Golf Association.