<< First  < Prev   1   2   Next >  Last >> 
  • 17 Jan 2018 2:17 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)
    Facilities and Maintenance Department
    8801 Sylvania-Metamora Rd.

    Sylvania, Ohio 43560

    Athletic Grounds Supervisor

    Full-time salary position

    Job Summary:
    The Athletic Grounds Supervisor is involved in all facets of the maintenance department operations including but not limited to, training and supervision of seasonal and full-time staff, equipment operations and maintenance, turf cultural practices, turf applications, irrigation system maintenance and installation, daily athletic field preparation and maintenance and other management responsibilities.

    Applicant should be knowledgeable in athletic turf agronomics and athletic field maintenance. Prefer previous athletic turf maintenance experience. Possession of a valid
    driver’s license is required. Position requires evening, weekend and holiday availability.

    Other Qualifications

    1. Valid driver’s license

    2. Be able to lift 60 pounds to a height of 48 inches

    3. Excellent oral communication skills

    4. Excellent interpersonal skills

    5. Willingness to learn new skills

    6. Good work ethic and ability to work without close supervision

    7. Knowledge of turfgrass management

    8. Prior athletic field or golf course experience desired.

    9. BS or Associates in turf grass, agronomy or other related field desired.

    10. State of Ohio pesticide applicators license required within 6 months of employment.

    Starting annual salary $31,000 - $33,500 BOE, healthcare benefit package and 401K plan. Paid vacation, sick and personal time.

    To apply:
    Send resume and cover letter to Sylvania Recreation; Attn: Facilities and Maintenance Director; 8801 Sylvania-Metamora Rd; Sylvania, Ohio 43560. For any questions call Brian at 419- 885-1982 or email at

    Closing Date:
    Until position is filled

    Sylvania Recreation Corp. is an EOE.

  • 17 Jan 2018 12:41 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    New Albany Country Club
    New Albany, Ohio

    Educational Requirements:

    High School Diploma or Equivalent
    Trade school prefered

    Experience Requirements:

    3-5 Years of Managing a Golf course Equipment Fleet and Shop

    Special Requirements:

    • Continue a preventative maintenance program on all club equipment and vehicles.
    • Daily check of mowing equipment for sharpness and height adjustments
    • Safe operation of shop equipment i.e. equipment lift, grinding tools, air compressor tools, welding equipment.
    • Be able to repair gas and diesel engines, transmissions, hydraulic and electrical systems.
    • Maintain a safe, organized, and clean shop.
    • Purchasing and inventory control of parts, lubricants, tools, fuel and supplies directly related to equipment and shop maintenance and upkeep.
    • Supervise assistant mechanic(s)
    • Recommend equipment purchases and leases.
    • Must have own tools.


    New Albany CC is a private, 27 hole, Jack Nicklaus design with high member expectations. We have a modern shop with all the equipment necessary to maintain and repair our fleet. Looking for a team player who holds themselves to high standards.

    Date Available:


    Application Instructions:

    email resume to randyk@nacc.com

    Salary Range:



    Medical and Dental Insurance, 401K, Paid vacation, holidays and sick days, Meals and uniforms, golfing privilidges,

  • 17 Jan 2018 10:33 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Hiram College
    Full Time Grounds Position

    $12 - $14/hr

    This is a position that requires minimal supervision and physical labor associated with ground management. Coordinate all phases of landscape & grounds management including ornamental landscape, lawn, sports field, parking lot maintenance, snow / ice removal, equipment maintenance and repair and other tasks assigned by grounds manager. Partner with grounds manager and campus administration to ensure both a safe work environment and quality customer service.

    Essential Functions:

    * Monitor project activities to ensure that instructions are followed, deadlines are met, and schedules are maintained.

    * Performs daily "policing" of grounds for litter and debris.

    * Maintain records for all work and services performed including rigid records for pesticide applications.

    * Mowing, edging and trimming of turf and includes subsequent clean-up of resulting debris from these operations.

    * Maintain financial records of all expenditures within the department.

    * Perform quality performance inspections routinely.

    * Endorse team concept across disciplines.


    * Ability to operate mowing equipment, lift/move equipment, materials, supplies and tools.

    * Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines.

    * Strong sense of urgency; self-directed.

    * Must be dedicated, determined and dependable. 

    A criminal background check, results of which are not necessarily a bar to employment, and a drug screen are required.

    Send resumes to mkaufman@gcaservices.com

  • 17 Jan 2018 10:20 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    The City is seeking qualified candidates for the Parks Maintenance Crew Leader, a full-time, classified position. Minimum qualifications are an associate’s degree in horticulture or a related field, six (6) months of supervisory experience or 1 course in supervision, the possession of or the ability to obtain a Class B CDL within 1 year of employment and possession of or ability to obtain a Herbicide license issued by the State of Ohio within 1 year of employment.

    To apply send a detailed resume and a cover letter to civilservice@ryepd.com or mail to the Civil Service Commission, 7240 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. Pertinent information in your resume will be weighted to rank candidates. Deadline to apply is 2/1/18. Starts at $39,585 to $48,368 commensurate w/experience and includes excellent benefits. If you have questions email or call Linda or Billie with the Civil Service Commission at 614-322-6934. EOE.

  • 16 Jan 2018 8:31 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Lakewood Country Club
    Westlake, Ohio

    We are looking for full-time seasonal staff in the grounds department. Applicants must be able to operate a variety of equipment including riding mowers, walk mowers, string trimmers and backpack blowers. 

    You will be responsible but not limited to course set-up, bunker maintenance, mowing, watering, and projects.  We are only interested in applicants that have some form of lawncare or landscaping experience, or are interested in joining the golf maintenance field. 

    This is a very prestigious westside country club that has hosted many tournaments over the years.  We have a storied history and tradition of excellence at the club, and are looking for hard working and dependable candidates that enjoy working outside. 

    Candidates must have excellent attention to detail, and take tremendous pride in their work. This position is Monday-Friday, 40+ hrs/week, and one 3 hour weekend shift is required per week.  Extra overtime opportunities are available. 

    Rate: $10.00-$13.00/Hr Depending on experience.

    To Apply:  Email Dan Cherrstrom, CGCS at:


  • 12 Jan 2018 12:03 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Multiple general labor positions on golf course maintenance staff.  Person will perform general golf course maintenance tasks including course set-up, hand watering, mowing, bunker maintenance, and construction projects.  Prior experience not required but some supervisory and training of seasonal staff is required. 

    $11.10 to $15.00/hr based on experience. 

    Contact Dennis Bowsher, Superintendent at bowsher.33@osu.edu  

    The OSU Golf Club operates within the Department of Athletics and has the Scarlet Course and Gray Course. There is a tremendous benefit package that includes health care, state retirement system, access to complementary athletic tickets (including football and basketball), tuition assistance, life insurance, disability insurance, and more. 

    The Scarlet Course is host to the OSU Men’s and Women’s Varsity Golf Teams.  We will host an NCAA Men’s Regional Golf Championship this May.  The Scarlet Course also hosts the annual Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship.  This event is a Playoff tournament for PGA’s WEB.COM Tour Finals where the players are competing for their PGA Tour playing card.  This is an excellent opportunity to start a career in the golf course industry.

  • 12 Jan 2018 12:02 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    OSU Golf Club is hiring for this position.  I am looking for golf course maintenance experience. Existing experience with irrigation repairs and troubleshooting is important. 

    Applicant must have basic knowledge of electricity, multi-meters, and wire tracers. Golf Courses have a two year old Toro 2-wire system with Infinity sprinkler heads. 

    $14.50-$18.50/hr depending on experience. 

    Contact Dennis Bowsher, Superintendent , at bowsher.33@osu.edu

    The OSU Golf Club operates within the Department of Athletics and has the Scarlet Course and Gray Course. There is a tremendous benefit package that includes health care, state retirement system, access to complementary athletic tickets (including football and basketball), tuition assistance, life insurance, disability insurance, and more. 

    The Scarlet Course is host to the OSU Men’s and Women’s Varsity Golf Teams.  We will host an NCAA Men’s Regional Golf Championship this May.  The Scarlet Course also hosts the annual Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship.  This event is a Playoff tournament for PGA’s WEB.COM Tour Finals where the players are competing for their PGA Tour playing card.  This is an excellent opportunity to start a career in the golf course industry.

  • 10 Jan 2018 1:36 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Job Title:

    Assistant Superintendent at Beavercreek Golf Club

    Submit Application to:                                     

    Human Resources Manager
    City of Beavercreek
    1368 Research Park Drive
    Beavercreek, Ohio 45432

    Contact Name:                                    

    Jill Bissinger, Human Resource Manager
    937-320-7387 (Phone)
    937-427-5545 (Fax)

    General Nature of Work:              

    The successful candidate will be highly motivated to learn, have superior organizational skills and be able to work within a team setting. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of golf course management including but not limited to fertilizer and pesticide applications, irrigation repair, staff management, agronomic planning, budgeting, water management, and career development.

    Educational Requirements:

    A bachelor’s degree in turf grass management and currently employed as lead assistant preferred. Must have Ohio pesticide license or be able to obtain within 6 month probationary period.

    Experience Requirements:           

    One to three years of progressively responsible experience in golf course maintenance and supervisory experience.  Work on a golf course and must have track record of being hands-on and have an eye for detail.

    Special Requirements:                  

    Candidate should be able to work side by side with the superintendent and contribute to daily activities taking place on the golf course. It is important to be able to communicate and prioritize work with the management and crew. Individual must be highly motivated with golf course management as their passion.  Honesty and integrity are a must as is a strong work ethic.  This position has high responsibility levels and is a tremendous opportunity for a motivated individual to work, while adding to their educational base which will prepare them for the next step in their career.

    Interested individuals may apply online at www.beavercreekohio.gov; click on Employment, or an application is available at 1368 Research Park Drive, Beavercreek, OH  45432.

    The position will be open until filled.  The City of Beavercreek is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Salary Range:

    $38,690 to $48,623


    Full Time Exempt employee with benefits

  • 8 Jan 2018 4:34 PM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)

    Title: Manager, Turf Operations
    Position in the corporate structure: The Manager, Turf Operations (the “Individual”) will report directly to the

    General Manager of the Lake County Captains (the “Company”).

    Primary Duties:

    1. Oversee the entire field turf maintenance operation, including: maintaining the field of play, setting up the field for all events that take place at Classic Park and ensuring all equipment is in operating condition.

    2. Primary responsibility is to ensure playing surface is maintained to the highest professional standards of Minor League Baseball at ALL times, for ALL events.

    3. Perform the necessary personal oversight and involvement to ensure the playing surface is always presentable and maintained properly.

    4. Oversee the scheduling of field turf staff to ensure that all expectations of providing the best possible playing surface are met while also managing all individuals are allotted enough time off throughout the season and that all events are properly staffed. Director of Field Turf Operations need not be present at all events held at stadium.

    5. Maintain a professional image for the entire turf management staff, including personal attire and conduct.

    6. Regular maintenance of the playing surface to ensure a professional turf is always presentable and to ensure that our playing surface becomes one of the best in the Midwest League.

    7. Oversee a budget for all turf management expenses with the goal of managing all expenses related to this department appropriately. This will involve tracking expenses and regular reports to the VP/GM.

    8. Maintain and monitor all in-stadium and perimeter landscaping in conjunction with the third-party landscaper and City of Eastlake.

    9. Work with the Director of Stadium Operations to maintain the facility throughout the off-season, including routine security checks and routine monitoring of all indoor facilities to ensure proper temperature is set depending on the weather.

    10. Perform all necessary snow shoveling of walkways and high traffic areas of the facility during the winter, including maintaining accessible walkways from the parking lot to the front office as well as a walkway from the

      office into the seating bowl of the stadium to allow client tours if necessary.

    11. Work with the Director of Stadium Operations during the off-season to checking suites and clubhouses for leaks and reducing overall stadium utility usage.

    12. Work with the Director of Stadium Operations to coordinate the winterization of the stadium following the conclusion of the baseball season.

    13. Work with the Director of Stadium Operations to complete off-season facility projects throughout the Fall and Winter months.

    14. Serve as the Front Desk point of contact in the administrative office during the off-season and assist in all administrative tasks, including processing all donation requests as provided by Director of Finance.

    Other Duties:

    1. Hire and oversee a staff of part-time, seasonal assistants who will aid in all turf management operations.

    2. Work with the GM & Assistant GM in scheduling all events at Classic Park with the goal of maximizing use while maintaining the field to professional standards.

    3. Represent the Company at business and community functions.

    4. Work with the Company staff to follow up with all accounts during the season.

    5. Be a leader in customer service.

    6. Work as a member of a TEAM, and Have Fun!!!

    7. Conduct self in a professional manner both in personal appearance and attitude.

    8. Perform other duties as determined by the General Manager.

    To Apply:

    E-mail cover letter, resume and list of three (3) professional references to Neil Stein, General Manager of the Lake County Captains, at nstein@captainsbaseball.com. If you have any questions please call 440-975-8085.

  • 4 Jan 2018 9:43 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)
    Lawn Doctor of Avon-North Ridgeville is looking for individuals dedicated to providing high-quality, customer-focused lawn care services to join our team as Lawn Care Technicians. Our Lawn Care Technicians are customer-facing brand ambassadors. They treat lawns with top quality, environmentally sensitive products, aerate and seed lawns, perform shop work, and offer appropriate new services to customers and prospects while in the field.

    If you enjoy working outdoors; being out on your own with little direct supervision, and would like a chance to change the world one lawn at a time, we’d love to talk with you. Lawn Doctor believes that employees who are given a chance to grow professionally will in turn help to grow our business.

    The ideal candidate for this position has a strong work ethic, valid driver’s license, clean driving record, reliable transportation to work and good attendance record. Actual work experience in the lawn care industry is highly desirable. He or she must have:

    • Good written and verbal communication skills
    • Enthusiasm for working outdoors and in various weather conditions
    • Ability to operate machinery
    • Ability to meet production goals
    • Be able to lift in excess of 50 pounds
    • Pass a drug test and background check.

    We offer competitive compensation and commission.

    Click here to apply:  https://lawndoctorcareers.careerplug.com/jobs/727013/apps/new
<< First  < Prev   1   2   Next >  Last >> 

Have an opening you'd like us to post? Send details to info@ohioturf.org.

Call or Email Us:

3958 N. Hampton Drive
Powell, Ohio 43065

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software