Golf Maintenance I
JOB TITLE: Golf Maintenance I
DEPARTMENT: Parks and Recreation
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISORS: Golf Course Superintendent
DIRECTION OF OTHERS: None
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Be 18 years of age, minimum. Preferably two years of golf course maintenance experience. Pesticide applicators license required.
NATURE OF WORK: Assist in performing spraying duties, irrigation repair, minor mechanical functions, and general care of turf areas and buildings.
WORK PERFORMED/AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
I. Responsible for performing spraying duties with through the direction of the Golf Course Superintendent.
II. Responsible for assisting in the maintenance and application of the irrigation system.
III. Assist the golf course Mechanic in the repair or routine servicing of golf course equipment.
IV. May perform any of the tasks identified in the job description for Golf Maintenance II.
V. Report any damage to the golf course to your supervisor immediately.
VI. Report any vehicle or equipment damage to your supervisor immediately.
VII. Report any personal injury or accident to your supervisor immediately.
VIII. Answers questions of the golfing public when in the field, or directs public to the proper employee.
IX. Shall be gracious and courteous to golf patrons.
EXTENT AND TYPE OF INTERACTION WITH THE PUBLIC: Answers questions of the general public when in the field or directs public to the proper employee.
REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS AND REGISTRATIONS:
I. Valid Minnesota driver’s license
II. Pesticide applicators licenses
EQUIPMENT AND TOOL OPERATION: All turf related equipment, irrigated systems and tools, hard and power tools.
WORKING HOURS AND CONDITIONS: Typically 35 hours per week, and will include some weekends during the golfing season.
In compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act the following represents the Physical and Environmental Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk on uneven and rough terrain as well as paved and unpaved trails, use hands and arms to handle and manipulate objects, tools, or controls; and operate foot controls on equipment. The employee frequently is required to stand. The employee is occasionally required to sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, talk, and hear. When training others in equipment operation the employee is frequently exposed to bouncing, jostling, twisting, and turning of the upper body. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally must lift and/or move up to 75 pounds.