Located in the heart of Marin County, Marin Country Club is seeking a motivated and passionate individual to join their team as Assistant Superintendent. The ideal candidate will enjoy working with an inventive and synergistic management team to become the best conditioned club in the area.
Located just 30 minutes north of San Francisco a trip to the city is a breeze. The club is also 30 minutes south of California’s beautiful wine country and only 30 minutes from pristine Northern California beaches. There is truly no shortage of good times to be had when not at work.
MCC is currently undergoing an irrigation conversion from a Rainbird decoder system with Cirrus 8 to the Rainbird IC system operated by Cirrus Pro. The club will also begin construction of a state of the art maintenance facility in the fall of 2024. While all this is taking place Marin Country Club is working with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to repair past years of erosion to its creek system utilizing California native plants to highlight the feature’s natural beauty.
Works with Superintendent to create yearly budgets, agronomic calendar, and project schedules
Works with Senior Assistant to create daily and weekly schedules for the maintenance team
Oversees daily maintenance of the property and ensures tasks are completed safely and to club standards
Assists with interviewing, hiring, and training new team members
Responsible for orientation and training of new team members
Develops and maintains training programs for each task on the golf course
Evaluates team members individual performance for annual performance reviews and more importantly for daily feedback
Addresses complaints and problems amongst team members in a professional way that promotes honesty and team work
Works with other managers and irrigation tech to maintain the property’s irrigation system
Manages water throughout the property using a deep and infrequent practice to promote playability and turf health simultaneously
Performs routine safety training with the team and safety inspections of equipment and work areas
Reads, understands, and keeps current up-to-date material safety data sheets (MSDS) and product labels
Maintains chemical storage and mixing areas in compliance with governmental regulations
Maintains log of applications and files related reports
Responsible for overseeing and facilitating chemical and fertilizer applications
Ensures proper calibration of all spraying/fertilizing equipment
Incorporates safe work practices in job performance