Assistant Golf Project Superintendent
Duininck Golf is a leading golf course construction company that works throughout the country renovating and building new golf courses. Deeply held core values are the foundation to meeting the company mission of “Building The Best Golf”.

 At Duininck Golf our employees enjoy:

·         Opportunities to learn, grow and advance within the company.

·         A culture that supports personal and professional success.

·         Competitive pay and benefits.

·         We like to have fun in our work!

 We’re seeking a Assistant Golf Project Superintendent with similar values, who can put his or her expertise to work.  The individual in this role will report to the Operations Manager while assisting the Golf Project Superintendent in managing the on-site daily operations and tasks of a golf course construction project. 

The Assistant Golf Project Superintendents main objective are to assist the oversight of demolition, grading, drainage, feature construction, irrigation, finishing and grassing and the management of these crews and others associated with heavy construction to subcontractors, crew leaders, assistant supervisors, and interns. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Work with a Golf Project Superintendent to identify project requirements.
  • Conduct weekly safety meetings, safety plans, and pre-task safety huddles.
  • Daily crew, equipment, and materials management.
  • Responsible for environmental compliance, and filling out logs, reports, and checklists.
  • Daily documentation of production and review.
  • Understanding and ability to interpret plans and specifications.
  • Place and train employees with the skills which are needed for each specific task.
  • Equipment requirements and management.
  • Equipment compliance verifying operators are completing daily preventative maintenance.
  • Daily recording of all project quantities and materials.
  • Meet with owners and representatives.
  • Meet with engineers and architects of a project.
  • Schedule and manage subcontractors.
  • Daily recording of as-builts.
  • Surveying and layout with GPS equipment.
  • Lead and manage small crews and participate in the work (as needed, project by project basis).
  • Labor and operating equipment as needed to complete tasks (as needed, project by project basis).
  • Assist office Estimators in off season as needed with take-offs, and calling for subcontractor quotes while projects are being estimated.

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of all golf course construction practices and techniques including demolition, grading, drainage, feature construction, irrigation, finishing and grassing.
  • Project safety and policy enforcement.
  • Erosion control and environmental compliance.
  • Must be able to read, understand and apply information obtained from plans, surveys and job specifications.
  • An unwavering focus on safety.
  • Strong communication and organizational skills.
  • Strong coordination, time management, active listening and reasoning skills required.
  • GPS Daily set up, use for layout of features, and collecting data for as-builts and production review.
  • The ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong and to work toward the solution of those issues.
  • Computer, smart phone, and tablet skills.
  • Negotiation skills.

Education and Experience:

  • Field experience is preferred or a minimum of 2-year College degree in Construction Management, Turf Grass Management, Engineering, or related field showing management training.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Crew Leads, or crews on work sites. 

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

  • Regularly must be able to move around a construction site.
  • Walk, bend, kneel, lift, stretch and sit.
  • At times effectively handle lifting of various objects weighing up to 50 pounds.

* Extensive travel, covering USA, Mexico, and Caribbean Islands may be required.  Travel sometimes for extended periods of time (weeks to months at any given time) if a project calls for such specific attention. Overtime as required to meet the needs of the position.

Accessibility: If you need an accommodation as part of the employment process please contact Human Resources at
Phone: 320-978-1339
Email: davidl@duininck.com

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