Superintendent - Brown's Run CC

25 Feb 2018 10:55 AM | Brian Laurent (Administrator)


Brown’s Run Country Club 
6855 Sloebig Road 
Middletown, Oh 45042 

Minimum Experience: 
Previous experience as a head Golf Course Superintendent or at least 5 years as an assistant superintendent 

Minimum Education:  

  • 4 year degree in Turfgrass Management or related field
  • A bachelor’s degree with a 2 year certification from a Turfgrass/Golf Course Management program 

About the Company: 

Brown's Run Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Madison Township, Ohio

Brown's Run Country Club was established in 1956 when a group of Middletonians utilized the rolling terrain of the Niderdale Dairy Farm to build a golf course. The course, designed by William & David Gordon opened for play in 1958. For over a half century Brown's Run is still a member-owned club.

Brown's Run features bent grass fairways, and it is a par 72 that stretches over more than 6,830 yards. Four sets of tees accommodate all skills levels. The USGA rates the course as 73.1 with a slope rating of 123. The classic tree-lined fairways place a priority on accuracy and shot placement. 

Job overview:  

· Reports to the Golf Director and General Manager. 
· The Golf Course and Grounds Superintendent is responsible for all operations related to the golf course, grounds and all equipment needed to deliver excellence. 
· Responsibilities include but are not limited to: turfgrass management, staff management, equipment management, golf course maintenance operations, budget forecasting and expenditures, proper water management, proper pesticide applications which include recording & compliance with state and local regulations, direct communications with the Golf Director and Green’s Chairperson about course operations. 
Superintendents Responsibilities: 

· Maintain the golf course and its playability to the satisfaction of the Club’s Board of Directors, Green Committee & membership. 
· Maintain Har-Tru tennis courts and swimming pool grounds. 
· Have the vision and drive for the golf course’s continued improvement, development and conditioning, while maintaining today’s high standards of playability. 
· Administer and enforce all club rules, regulations and personnel policies. 
· Recruit, supervise & coordinate the scheduling of the golf course staff including hiring, training, evaluating and disposition of employees. 
· Oversee the maintenance, scheduling and repair of all golf course maintenance equipment. 
· Responsible for inventory & cost control for maintaining the golf course. 
· Develop annual budget & plans for the maintenance and capital improvement projects. 
· Provide recommendations for improvements & capital equipment expenditures for the golf course, those of which will continue the growth & development of the club. 
· Work closely with the Golf Director & Greens Committee to operate the golf course in a fiscally responsible & professional manner. 
· Must be able to work independently and be a self-starting problem solver. 
· Have computer skills necessary to manage the course and to communicate with membership. 
· Design landscape plans for facility grounds & is able to implement the plans. 

· Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license and pesticide application license. 
· Knowledge of managing high-end quality playing conditions in transition zone. 
· Knowledge of use and operating of all standard golf course equipment. 
· Pass a drug and background check 
· Knowledge of safe use, mixing & application of chemicals and commercial products. 
· Knowledge of the game of golf, rules of golf and be a golfer. 
· Knowledge of proper irrigation system controls, maintenance and installation. 
· Knowledge of small on-course construction planning, budgeting and implementation. 
· High level of dedication to the golf course conditions and course improvements. 
· Ability to  effectively communicate verbally, in writing and electronically with the Board of directors and members. 
Salary and Benefits: 

Salary will be $40,000-$45,000 depending on experience. Benefits include: 2 weeks paid vacation and education and seminar fees. 

Start Date: 

March 15, 2018 

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