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POSITION TITLE: Golf Superintendent




REPORTS TO: Director of Golf

SUPERVISES: All aspects of the Golf Maintenance Department

SALARY RANGE: Beginning at $70,000 but may be higher based on experience..

Medical, Dental, 401K retirement Plan and PTO (paid time off)

DEADLINE: Sunday, May 9, 2021


Entrusted with the management and operations of the maintenance department of the Barona Creek Golf Course.


Starts work early AM

Must be available to work weekends


Supervising the construction and maintenance of the golf course

Supervising the maintenance and repair of construction and maintenance equipment

Rendering professional advice, opinions, assistance and services to the Tribal Council, as required

Participating in all long-range planning meetings

The Superintendent coordinates all golf course maintenance operations


Always be NICE to fellow staff and players; find every opportunity to offer a friendly smile, wave and greeting

Assumes responsibility for managing and maintaining properties, which may include:

Golf Course;

Practice areas;

Wildlife Habitat and Water Resources;

Maintenance equipment;

Golf car fleet;

Golf Shop grounds and landscaping, water features other than those grounds assigned to the hotel/casino-landscaping department;

Restrooms and potable water on course;

Open spaces, wooded areas, unused acreage and areas outside the perimeter fence;

Sod farm and nursery;

Other properties as specified in writing by the Chairman of the Barona Band of Mission Indians

Construction, renovation and/or reconstruction of such properties, whether performed by maintenance staff or outside contractors

Wildlife and Habitat Management

Environmental Stewardship

Prepares the annual budget for maintenance capital expenditures of golf course property

Formulates the annual maintenance and capital budgets to implement current policies established in accordance with long-range plan and defined maintenance standards

Interviews, hires, trains, directs, and supervises a staff of employees for the purpose of maintaining golf course property. The Superintendent has authority (with consultation of Human Resources) to terminate employment of subordinates

Plans all maintenance and project work, applying agronomic and administrative expertise to achieve the course’s maintenance standards and long-range goals

Oversees the scheduling and routing of personnel and equipment to accomplish the work. The Superintendent frequently inspects the golf course and related areas to evaluate how well management standards are being achieved and to effect changes in management programs

Acquires equipment and supplies necessary to maintain golf course properties

Responsible for inventory control. Oversees equipment maintenance programs

Approves all expenditures and exercises cost control measures to keep, as nearly as possible, operating and capital expenses within the approved budgets

Keeps accurate and complete records on payroll, inventory, weather data, maintenance procedures, pesticide applications, etc

Obtain required continuing education to maintain required pest management licensing

Communicates regularly with other members of the organization’s top management group to discuss activities, goals, plans and member/customer input


Requires advanced knowledge of agronomy and turf grass management practices; a working knowledge of golf facility construction principles, practices and methods; and a thorough understanding of the rules and strategies of the game of golf

Maintain Certified Pesticide Licensing in California

Requires a high degree of administrative and executive ability, especially in terms of problem solving and decision-making. Requires excellent oral and written communication skills

Maintains required continuing education units to maintain a Class “A” golf course superintendent classification and/or Certified Golf Course Superintendent status

Requires participation in continuing education opportunities such as seminars, workshops, correspondence courses, field days and trade shows to ensure current knowledge of advances in technological innovations or cultural practices

Requires a valid California Drivers License


Requires knowledge of current federal, state and local laws and regulations affecting the management of golf course operations – including, but not limited to, employment, safety and environmental stewardship standards, laws and regulations

Requires a minimum of two years of college in a turf or environmental related curriculum

Requires Certified Pest Control Applicator license for the State of California


Minimum of 6 years as a Golf Course Superintendent at a high-end public or private golf course or qualified as based upon abilities as an Assistant Superintendent at Barona Creek Golf Club



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Willowbrook GC is currently looking to add a Full-Time(40 hrs/wk) Greenskeeper to our golf course maintenance crew, no experience necessary will train, must be 18 yrs of age with reliable transportation and good work ethic. All interested apply in person at Willowbrook GC, 11905 Riverside Dr. Lakeside, 92040. Office hours 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM


Willowbrook GC is looking for a Part-Time Mechanic Tech(20 hrs/wk) must be experience in all aspects of Toro Mowers with reliable transportation. All interested apply in person at Willowbrook GC, 11905 Riverside Dr. Lakeside, 92040. Office hours 8:00 AM to 4 PM


Golf Course Superintendent at Mission Hills Dinah Shore Tournament Course

Mission Hills Country Club

Job Description:

Rich in tradition, Mission Hills Country Club epitomizes the true vision of a private club. Unparalleled golf, tennis, croquet, fitness, and spa create first-class facilities for a truly world-class country club experience. The shining jewel and true sense of the Club, however, can be found in the exceptional Members and Member service, our warm staff who welcomes you to your home away from home, and the magic moments you experience when you step into the world of Mission Hills Country Club. As one of the most prestigious clubs in the Coachella Valley and a true year-round club, Mission Hills Country Club continues to enhance the service and amenities we offer our Members and the over 200 new members each year. It is one of Club Corp’s Premier Properties and a great opportunity to lead a progressive club with a capital improvement plan and team.

Some amenities we offer are:

• Three championship golf courses, including the Dinah Shore Tournament Course, home of the ANA Inspiration (formerly known as Kraft Nabisco Championship)
• 17 acre Full golf practice facility including all-grass driving range, short game area and four putting greens
• The Tennis facility is complete with 34 tennis courts on three different playing surfaces (grass, clay and hard) & four pickleball courts
• The Best Grass courts in the Nation as regarded by the touring pros
• National award-winning croquet on our 10 beautifully manicured lawns
• A 17,000-square-foot spa and sports center featuring state-of-the-art equipment, including a Kinesis wall
• Full exercise class schedule including yoga and outstanding personal trainers
• 21 meter lane Pool complex featuring aqua aerobics & arthritic water classes
• Two championship bocce courts
• Full year round social calendar including many clubs within clubs

The Golf Course Superintendent of the Dinah Shore Tournament will work closely with the Director of Golf Course Maintenance. They will be responsible for the planning and implementation of the AG Plan, Budget, Capital Projects, Employee Partner retention, hiring, training, record keeping, cultural practices, communication with leadership team as well as membership, striving each day to make club better than the day before. Have knowledge of Audubon Certification program and needs to keep this moving forward.
• Oversee and directs all operations of the golf course maintenance department for the Dinah Shore Tournament course. This includes budgeting and forecasting per company policies and timelines.
• Plan and implement staffing schedules to ensure quality standards are achieved with high efficiency.
• Develops the Annual AG Plan and operating plan with Director of Golf Course Maintenance, club GM and Regional Director of Agronomy. Implements the plan to ensure cost containment.
• Ensures all standards are being followed, including but not limited to: equipment repairs, equipment storage, chemical and fertilizer storage and records, washing areas, restrooms, etc., to include cleanliness.
• Supervise and lead course construction and renovation projects
• Monitors soil moisture levels and daily irrigation practices and schedules
• Works closely with Directors of Golf Course Maintenance and Golf as well as General Manager to provide top notch conditions as possible each and every day for our members.
• Ensures compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, OSHA rules and regulations, all rules and regulations relating to chemical and fertilizer applications, storage, and disposal, employee safety, public safety, etc.
• Management of Employee Partner activities for golf course maintenance team including but not limited to personnel recruitment, training, performance evaluations, discipline and termination, etc.
• Maintain accurate records pertaining to departmental activities including, but not limited to: labor schedules, course maintenance programs and activities, construction activities, equipment inventory and repairs, safety meetings and activities, fertilizer & chemical applications and pest control practices.
• Maintain necessary inventories, purchase necessary items while keeping mindful of the maintenance budget.
• Maintain knowledge of current and projected industry developments through continuous attention to industry periodicals and participation in relevant trade associations and organizations.
• Ensure that application equipment is calibrated properly along with overseeing or making fertilizer and pesticide applications as necessary.
• Perform routine inspection and upkeep of irrigation system including changes and repairs necessary.
• Communicate with leadership team as well as members of upcoming maintenance activities and issues that maybe occurring.
• Needs to keep current with other areas of the Mission Hills Golf Course Maintenance Division to help the Director of Golf Course Maintenance at times or during his/her absence.


• Minimum 3 years as an assistant in charge of a course or superintendent
• 2 or 4 year turfgrass degree required
• Experience with hosting Professional level tournament
• Experience with high salts/bicarbonate water a plus but not required
• Experience with heavy soils
• Overseeding experience required
• Valid California Driver’s License or ability to obtain it within 90 days.
• Valid California Pesticide Applicators license or ability to obtain it within 120 days.
• Demonstrated experience and capability in development of Employee Partners to reach the next level of conditions and experience, communications with leadership team as well as members, budgets and reporting, managing member’s expectations, and water
• Ability to analyze and solve problems; effectively handle multiple duties under pressure with minimal supervision; work flexible hours as required including nights and weekends
• Demonstrated ability to maintain a positive attitude, professional manner and appearance in all situations.
• Diplomatic team player able to foster relationships with Members, Employee Partners and guests
• Bilingual (English – Spanish) communication ability preferred.

How to Apply:

Apply online at:
2. Please send Resume and Cover Letter to: Orlando Delgado, Director of Golf Course Maintenance; Mission Hills Country Club; email:

Salary: Will be competitive and based on qualifications and experience of candidate.

BAYER: Area Sales Manager IV - Turf and Ornamentals Southwest ... Posted 3.14.21

Area Sales Manager IV-Turf and Ornamentals Southwest

We are seeking a dedicated and highly talented Area Sales Manager IV-Turf and Ornamentals Southwest to support our organization As Area Sales Manager IV for Turf & Ornamental division, your primary responsibility will be to develop, plan, and implement sales initiatives aimed at maintaining and increasing business in the Golf and Landscape markets located in the Arizona, Hawaii, Southern California and Las Vegas, Nevada markets. In this role, you will be the focal point for all projects and activities related to customer accounts. You will be expected to identify new opportunities, develop accounts related to those opportunities, expand the use of Bayer Crop Science products, as well as service existing customer accounts and maintain customer satisfaction at those accounts. Success in this role will be based on your ability to develop strong relationships with distributor sales representatives and accounts and influence to drive business results

If you or someone you know is interested, please visit the appropriate website below to review the job description and submit an application. All candidates, must apply online. Resumes will not be accepted directly to a manager or recruiter.

We provide employees with competitive wages and a complete package of benefits, which includes: a retirement plan, medical and life insurance, dental and vision insurance, health care and dependent care flexible spending accounts, and other work/life resources.

At Bayer, we believe our differences drive innovative solutions. Building a sustainable culture of inclusion and a diverse workforce are essential to our success. Our unique identities and experiences empower us to achieve our inclusive vision of Health for All, Hunger for None.


The City of San Diego Parks and Recreation Golf Division currently has an opening for an Equipment Technician III.
Application must be made through the City of San Diego Website Portal no later than March 15, 2021 @ 5pm. Please use link below for more information.

Equipment Technician III positions supervise staff performing small engine repair, adjustment of precision mowing equipment, and grinding/sharpening of reel mowers at multiple golf course sites; supervise staff performing skilled repair, overhaul, and maintenance work on complex dissimilar mechanical and hydraulic equipment in water or sewage systems including pumps and piping systems, pressure regulators, backflow assemblies, globe, plug, gate valves and other types of valves; supervise backflow repair and replacement, backflow testing and meter testing; prepare reports and keep records; and perform other duties as assigned.

Equipment Technician III employees who operate commercial vehicles are required by California State Law, as a condition of employment, to submit to drug and alcohol testing. Prior to hire, a background check will be completed in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse and with former employers regarding drug and alcohol testing results.

For the current vacancy in the Parks and Recreation Department – Golf Operations Division, Equipment Technician III positions oversee a comprehensive preventative maintenance program; keep records; place orders; maintain inventory and a safe and well-organized shop structure; check daily on equipment for proper operation in the field; train staff; act as a representative of a golf operation that annually hosts a PGA Tour event and will be the host of the 2021 US Open Championship; and perform other duties as assigned.

This recruitment may be used to fill future Equipment Technician III positions in other departments.
Equipment Technician III positions may be required to work nights, weekends, holidays, rotating and/or stand-by shifts for which they may receive 5% additional pay.
Equipment Technician III positions may be required to work in confined spaces and/or around raw sewage, lift and carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds, and spend long hours standing and kneeling.
Some Equipment Technician III positions may require a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus Certification and/or a Confined Space Certificate within one year from date of hire.
You must meet the following requirements on the date you apply, unless otherwise indicated.

EXPERIENCE: Three years of full-time experience overhauling, repairing, and maintaining a variety of mechanical equipment such as water or parking meters, pumps, valves, air compressors, power tools, small gasoline or diesel engines, irrigation equipment, mowers, shop equipment, and/or repairing and servicing safety equipment such as respirators, SCBAs, explosimeters, air lines, emergency mobile equipment, light meters, sound level meters, and/or firefighting equipment; or golf operations equipment to include, but not limited to, triplex and five-gang reel mowers, electrical and hydraulic systems, and gasoline and diesel engines.

Preventive maintenance work only such as changing oil, lubing, or removing and replacing parts is NOT qualifying.
Experience repairing power tools or sprinkler heads only is NOT qualifying.
City of San Diego employees using Out-of-Class Assignment (OCA) experience to qualify must submit written documentation signed by their appointing authority or payroll specialist, detailing the work performed, dates, and total number of qualifying OCA hours. OCA experience without the required documentation will NOT be considered.

SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE: You must meet ONE of the following options:

1. One year of supervisory experience that MUST reflect responsibility for the full range of supervisory duties including planning and scheduling the work of employees, employee selection, training, evaluation, commendations, and discipline.

2. Test of Supervisory Ability (TSA) for City of San Diego employees: You must have achieved a passing score on any City of San Diego Test of Supervisory Ability (TSA). NOTE: TO WAIVE THE TSA EXAM, you must have one year (2080 hours) of full-time City of San Diego supervisory experience. Qualifying supervisory experience must reflect responsibility for the full range of supervisory duties including employee selection, training, evaluation, commendations, and discipline. If you are using Out-of-Class Assignment (OCA) experience to qualify, you must submit written documentation signed by your appointing authority or payroll specialist, detailing the work you performed, dates, and total number of qualifying OCA hours. OCA experience without the required documentation will NOT be considered.

LICENSE: A valid California Class C Driver License is required at the time of hire.

Some positions may require a valid California Class B Driver License within six months from the date of hire.

For positions in the Parks and Recreation Department, Golf Operations Division, experience in golf maintenance such as overhauling, repairing, sharpening, and calibrating reel assemblies for various applications; using terminology involved with the field of golf maintenance such as bed knife attitude, scalping, Marcelin, height of cut, coning, bearing play, clip rate; using hydraulic schematics and flow charts to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic system problems; and reading and understanding wiring diagrams and schematics in order to troubleshoot and repair electrical problems.
Experience in repairing hydraulic systems and knowledge of hydraulic theory.
Leadership and training experience.
Experience and knowledge of using MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, and/or asset management software that tracks work orders and inventory or similar software.

Trainings/certifications that pertain to Equipment Technician positions.
For City of San Diego employees, proof of Out-of-Class Assignment (OCA), if utilized to meet the minimum requirements.
Required documents should be attached electronically to your application. If you are unable to attach at the time of application submittal, you must submit them as soon as possible via fax: (619) 533-3337; or to the Employment Information Center: City of San Diego Personnel Department, 1200 Third Avenue - Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92101. Include your name and the title of the position for which you are applying.
Please ensure all information is complete and accurate as the responses you provide on the supplemental questions will be reviewed using an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in this initial screening process, your application will be reviewed for applicable education, experience, and/or training to ensure all minimum requirements have been met. Successful candidates will be placed on a list which will be used to fill position vacancies during the next one year. For each vacancy, only those candidates with the most appropriate qualifications will be contacted by the hiring department for an interview.
PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: Employment offers are conditional pending the results of all screening processes that are applicable to this job, which may include but are not limited to the following: Confirmation of citizenship/legal right to work in the United States; completion of a pre-employment medical review/exam (which may include drug/alcohol testing); reference checks; and a fingerprint check. The fingerprints will be submitted to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the California Department of Justice for a conviction record report. Certain positions may require additional screening processes which may include a polygraph examination and/or background investigation. All of these processes must be successfully completed before employment begins. A positive test for alcohol, illegal drugs, including marijuana, or inadequately explained prescription drugs, misrepresentation, falsification, or omission of pertinent facts in any step of the screening/selection process may be cause for disqualification and/or termination of employment. Nothing in this job posting constitutes an expressed or implied contract for employment with the City of San Diego. Applicants must notify the Personnel Department of any changes in their name, address (home, email), or phone number or they may miss employment opportunities.


Riverwalk Golf Course
Assistant superintendent position

Job Description

Responsible for all activities related to the care and maintenance of the golf course, grounds, and equipment. Assist the superintendent with planning and implementing budget and operating plans. Manage day to day operations of the golf course including hiring, training, and supervision of the staff. Responsibilities also include applying relevant landscaping and agronomic principles to assure that quality standards are consistently achieved or exceeded.

Physical demands
Must be able to frequently sit, stand, kneed, bend, kneel or walk.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and push, pull or move heavy objects.
Can be exposed to wet, hot, cold, or humid outside weather conditions.

Active member of GCSAA preferred but not required.
Excellent communication skills.
Spanish speaking a plus.
Strong observational and detail oriented skills.
Highly organized.
Must be able to operate trucks, tractors, and other motorized equipment.
Required to lift and move up to 50 lbs.

Salary and benefits
Salary is DOE.
Health, dental, and vision insurance.
401 (k) retirement plan.
Employee meal and merchandise discounts.

Contact information
Email resume and references to Ken Ballard at


San Diego Country Club has an immediate opening for a Spray Technician. The qualified applicant must have experience applying fungicides, fertilizers and herbicides to all areas of the course. The new employee must have a QAC or the ability to obtain one in a reasonable amount of time. This position also requires the candidate to perform other duties as required by the management team.

Benefits are as follows:
Health, Dental, Vision and Life insurance
A 401K plan is available
Paid vacation and sick time
Ability to play golf on most Mondays after work
Pay rate $16.00-$18.00 per hour depending on experience

Contact Jack Aldrich to inquire more about the position and set up an interview.
Cell phone 619.962.2117


San Diego Country club has an immediate opening for an experienced Operator / Greenkeeper. The ideal candidate would have experience running all golf course equipment including backhoes, tractors and fairway aerators. The individual should have at least three years time working at a reputable golf course where he or she was trained in all aspects of golf course maintenance.

Benefits are as follows:

Health, Dental, Vision and Life insurance
A 401K plan is available
Paid vacation and sick time
Ability to play golf on most Mondays after work
Pay rate $17.00—$19.00 per hour depending on experience

Contact Jack Aldrich to inquire more about the position and set up an interview.
Cell phone 619.962.2117


Job details

$15 - $18 an hour

Golf Maintenance: 2 years (Preferred)
Qualified Applicators License/Certificate (Preferred)

Full Job Description:
Golf Course Spray Technician
The Golf Course Spray Technician is responsible for assisting in the maintenance the golf course. They help diagnose specific diseases and treat insects that affect critical areas of the course. As well as identify and treat unwanted vegetation, using both preventative and curative methods.

Apply Fertilizers and Chemicals to Golf Course areas as directed
Keep accurate records of all applications
Assists in all facets of Golf Course Maintenance Operation as needed

Job Requirements:
2+ years experience on a golf course maintenance team
Must be able to lift boxes and bags that can be bulky and heavy

Dental insurance
Employee discount
Health insurance
Life insurance
Paid time off

Apply online at: