Stonington Country Club
396 Taugwonk Rd, Stonington, CT
The Equipment Manager reports to the Golf Course Superintendent or the Assistant Superintendent in absences of the superintendent. The position oversees a comprehensive preventative maintenance program of the golf course equipment. This program includes a winter rebuild program, diagnosing and repair of all equipment related issues, equipment service record, parts ordering and inventory of parts. The Equipment Manager communicates any needs and issues relating to the maintenance/repair of equipment to the Superintendent and the Assistant Superintendent. The Equipment Manager maintains a safe work environment, maintains all safety features on equipment and present a clean service area.
- Inspects and diagnoses golf course maintenance equipment for issues and/or failure.
- Repairs as necessary equipment required for the maintenance of the course including but not limited to diesel, electric and gasoline powered engines, cutting units, rollers, hydraulic and electrical systems, trucks, backhoe, chipper and stump grinder.
- Organizes a comprehensive preventive maintenance program for all equipment to include rebuild of cutting units, cutting unit roller operation, manufacture recommended oil, hydraulic, air and fuel filter and spark plug maintenance, hydraulic hose inspection and equipment hour recording.
- Keeps a complete set of records for equipment and parts inventory purchases, equipment condition, cost of repairs and preventative maintenance for all equipment
- Spot check of equipment performance on the course, make emergency repairs to equipment on the course and services equipment prior to use.
- Oversees the shop area maintenance
- Keeps Club purchased tools clean and organized daily
- Working knowledge of light and heavy duty maintenance equipment
- Skill in the use of a variety of equipment repair tools and the making of various types of mechanical repairs
- Working knowledge of the theory, care and operation of engines and mowing equipment
- Knowledge of shop hazards and safety precautions, ability to move heavy objects
- Ability to work in a variety of weather conditions while repairing equipment
- Ability to diagnose mechanical troubles and determine appropriate action
- Possession of valid driver’s license
- Adheres to club policies as defined in the handbook
Compensation: Pay rate is $26 to $30 per hour based on experience.
- Health and life insurance
- 401k with 3% match
- Vacation and sick time
To Apply: Please send resume and work experience to Michael Marino, CGCS, Golf Course Superintendent at firstname.lastname@example.org