Sacconnesset Golf Club
Job Title: Second Assistant Superintendent
Golf Course Overview: Sacconnesset Golf Club opened for play in 2007, and is the last golf course to be permitted to be built on undeveloped land on Cape Cod. The golf course was designed by renowned golf course architect, Rees Jones. In 2015, the club was purchased by the membership, making it an entirely member owned, Private Club. This purchase facilitated the growth of the club and led to numerous investments and improvement to the golf course and other facilities at the club. On the golf course, we maintain almost entirely bentgrass playing surfaces with 3 Acres of Greens (A1/A4 & G2), 2 Acres of Tees (predominantely PennTrio/Penncross & Chewings Fescue), of which are currently in a phased approach of renovation and regrassing and 27 Acres of Fairway (PennTrio/Penncross & Chewings Fescue).
Job Description: The ideal candidate will be involved in all aspects of golf course maintenance and be heavily involved with other members of the leadership/management team. This position is an excellent opportunity for an individual looking to advance and grow their career. Specific duties will include, but are not limited to: staff leadership and management, fertilizer and chemical applications, equipment operation, hand watering, course set up and course construction and renovation projects.
Experience Requirements: 3-5 years working in the golf course maintenance industry. Ideally completion of one or two internships.
Educational Requirements: Preferred completion of a formal Turfgrass Management program.
Special Requirements: Ability to obtain a MA pesticide applicator license, within 60 days of hire. Reliable, positive attitude and ability to be forward thinking.
Salary: hourly, $20-23/hour. D.O.E
Benefits: Health Insurance, 401K (after 1 year of employment), Vacation, Sick Time, Uniforms and Golfing Privileges.
Availability: Fall-Winter of 2021/2022.
Application Instructions: please email Cover Letter, Resume and References to: firstname.lastname@example.org