CorporateDirector of Agronomy responsible for multiple golf courses.
The Director of Agronomy is primarily responsible for the developing, planning, coordinating and implementing comprehensive maintenance plans and budgets for multiple courses Provides agronomic direction to maintain the golf courses at their highest quality possible at all times
Working directly with the superintendents on all aspects of the golf courses maintenance, agronomy and equipment.
Developing and monitoring annual budgets. Working directly with company owners. Prepares annual budgets and achieves these financial goals throughout the year, through proper forecasting, expense controls and labor management
Developing programs for asset management are critical to the success of this role
Ensures staff is working within OSHA, club safety, state and federal guidelines for safe working conditions. This position works with the Superintendents to ensure optimal conditions exist while maintaining strict budget guidelines. While fostering a culture of teamwork and respect.
Essential: *Minimum three (5) years' experience as golf course superintendent. *Must be a Certified Golf Course Superintendent. *Working knowledge of the required daily maintenance of golf course machinery and equipment. *Current state certification as a licensed pesticide applicator.. *Knowledge of the proper preventive maintenance of golf course machinery and equipment. *Computer literate. *Knowledge of various irrigation system. *Extensive experience with budget preparation and cost controls.
Ideal candidates will be high energy, focused leaders who are detail oriented, highly organized and have a hands-on leadership style. They will possess strong written and verbal communication skills and have history of excellent team relations
Oversee and participate in overall care & maintenance of turf grass, bunkers, & landscaping in areas of responsibility
Oversight of grounds crew. Ability to train and supervise current and incoming staff
Strong background in chemical and fertilizer applications, irrigation technology and watering, and safe usage of equipment.
Diagnose, evaluate, treat, and correct turf issues.
Create and follow annual agronomic plan & budget
Supervisory, coaching and staff development experience
Prepare short- and long-term plans for golf course improvements
Degree in Turfgrass Science, Agronomy, or similar field preferred
Member of GCSAA preferred, but not required
Must be highly organized and efficient with a high attention to detail
Establish, and maintain effective working relationships with all employees
Well versed in all aspects of administration (budget, purchasing, staffing and communication)
Certified in the application of chemicals
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