The Assistant Superintendent, under the supervision of the Superintendent, provides additional leadership to the Golf Course Maintenance department. This position is responsible for assisting the Superintendent in the management of the daily activities of the golf course maintenance staff including providing supervision, training and development to the course workers and maintenance staff. Additionally, the Assistant Golf Course Superintendent will assist in the supervision of all equipment repair activities ensuring all equipment is maintained in an efficient, operable, and safe condition and will help to assure that the department and all employees abide by the company safety program guidelines. This position assists the Golf Course Superintendent and the General Manager in the successful growth and operations of Crystal Springs Golf Course.
QUALIFICATIONS: A 2-4-year degree in Turf or related field or a Turfgrass/Landscape maintenance certificate or experience equivalent.
Experience: 2 years with supervisory experience a plus. Experience in golf course product application and water management. Experience with a TORO irrigation system preferred. Spanish speaking a plus. Microsoft office and excel skills also preferred. Must be a self-starter with good troubleshooting skills and have the ability to self-evaluate.
Special: Ability to obtain a California QAC or QAL pesticide license within 6 months of employment.
Schedule: Early mornings to mid-afternoons Monday-Friday. Early mornings on weekends. Specific weekend schedules TBD
Job Skills: Following is a non-inclusive list of desired skillsets for this position.
Ability to coordinate and perform product application
An understanding of agronomics related to plant health and soil management
An understanding and commitment to Environmental Management
Mathematic, budgetary and computers skills
Ability to perform golf course maintenance operational tasks
An understanding of golf course equipment operation and repair
Crystal Springs Golf Course is a cool season 6628 yard Par 72 CourseCo managed facility. It was established in 1924 by Herbert Fowler and is a challenging course nestled atop the Crystal Springs Reservoir.