Employment Opportunities

Rum Pointe Seaside Golf Links – Assistant Superintendent


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Union League National – Assistant Superintendent

Union League

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Winters Run Golf Course – Superintendent

Superintendent- Job Posting- Winters Run Golf Club

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National Links Trust/ Troon Golf – Superintendent

EAPO Superintendent Posting

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Ocean City Golf Club – Senior Assistant Superintendent

Ocean City Golf Club located in Ocean City, Maryland is seeking a Senior Assistant Superintendent.  The position will work closely with Golf Course Superintendent, Mike Salvio, to oversee the 36-hole facility.  The role is designed for a succession plan towards becoming the Golf Course Superintendent at Ocean City Golf Club.

Featuring 2 courses and 36 holes of championship golf, enjoy the tradition of the game in one of the most beautiful settings on the East Coast. All 18 holes of the Newport Bay course feature marsh and bay vistas and is widely regarded as the most beautiful golf course on the Mid-Atlantic coast. The Seaside course is one of the classic layouts on the Eastern Shore and its wide-open fairways and tightly guarded greens make it a favorite for all golfers of all skill levels.

Golf Course Superintendent, Mike Salvio, has been with the club since 2011. He is a GCSAA Class A, Certified Golf Course Superintendent. Mike is a Board Member for the Eastern Shore Association of Golf Course Superintendents. He is involved with golf management at the local and national levels.

Club highlights:

  • 80,000 rounds per year
  • Bermudagrass conversion
  • 19 USGA greens, 19 push up greens
  • Equipment – new lease package
  • New pump station


The AGCS reports directly to the GCS. Under the GCS supervision, the AGCS directs and participates in the maintenance of the golf courses, including but not limited to tees, greens, fairways, cart paths, and does related work as required. The AGCS will serve in the GCS capacity during his absence.


  • Passionate and driven professional, who seeks to advance their career in golf course maintenance into a senior position
  • Confident individual, who has high degree of integrity and character
  • Highly responsive, precise and naturally enjoys detailed work
  • Loves the game of golf


  • Learns the property, culture and operations
  • Participates in daily scheduling and maintenance of the golf courses
  • Develops rapport and consistent communication with staff and department heads
  • Assists in early season applications and preparation of the golf course


  • Additional responsibilities include planning and supervising maintenace of both golf courses.
  • Instruct operators on operation and care of all equipment
  • Apply pesticides and fertilizers
  • Participate in programming and maintenance of Toro Lynx irrigation systems.
  • Self-motivated to partner with GCS to produce the best conditions possible.
  • Assist in personnel management and record keeping
  • Working knowledge of golf course operations, course set up


  • $70,000-$75,000
  • Annual bonus
  • Health insurance
  • PTO – Vacation and Sick
  • Pro Shop Discounts
  • GCSAA Local and National dues


  • A certificate, 2-year or 4-year degree is preferred, but not required
  • Minimum of 3-seasons on a golf course with progressive responsibilities
  • Possession of driver’s license and be able to obtain Maryland pesticide and fertilizer license
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Hog Neck Golf Course – Turf Equipment Manager

POSITION TITLE: Golf Course Equipment Mechanic
DEPARTMENT: Hog Neck Golf Course
POSITION REPORTING: Golf Professional/General Manager

The Golf Course Equipment Mechanic reports to the Golf Professional/General Manager.
Hog Neck Golf Course is a self-supporting enterprise that provides recreational
opportunities for the citizens and visitors of Talbot County. The operation of the golf
course includes a pro shop and a food service facility and provides activities and
tournaments in accordance with the standards established by the United States Golf
Association, Professional Golfers Association, Golf Course Superintendents Association of
America, and the Hog Neck Golf Course Park Board.
• Performs maintenance on all equipment used on the golf course. Including engines
(gas and diesel), pumps, sprayers, hydraulics, as well as golf carts and utility carts.
• Maintains mowers, checking and adjusting daily, and grinding on a scheduled basis.
• Ensures an adequate parts inventory is available and maintained.
• Performs preventive maintenance on all equipment.
• Maintains accurate repair and servicing records on all equipment via log book or
computer. As well as maintains a clean and organized workspace and tools.
• Assists in making recommendations in regards to equipment purchases.
• Attends education seminars and Mechanics Association meetings when scheduled in
advance, and approved by the Superintendent.
• Performs related work as required by Supervisors as pertaining to golf course needs.
• Assists other members of staff as directed by the supervisor(s).
• Provides input regarding maintenance schedule and needs of equipment.
• Maintains clear communication with Superintendent and assistant superintendent
regarding all issues with equipment, their downtime and operational status.
High school diploma or equivalent and one year of mechanical experience, or an
equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have a valid driver’s license.
• Ability to organize and maintain tools, shop inventory and all equipment.
• Knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and practices of the mechanic trade.
• Skill in locating and determining the cause of equipment malfunctions.
• Skill in performing repairs of defects in golf course equipment in a timely fashion to
reduce downtime.
• Must be able to grind reels and bed knives, attend training if required.
• Must be able to weld using gas, acetylene and arc welders.
• Knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of grounds care equipment.
• Ability to understand oral and written instructions.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all associates
and the general public.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions.
Performs physical labor.
May need to bend, squat climb and/or move on uneven surfaces
May need to stand for long periods of time.
The employee routinely works with and around equipment such as engines, pumps,
sprayers, hydraulics, golf and utility cards, mowers.
The employee may occasionally be exposed to dust, noise and extreme heat and cold.
The noise level can be moderate to extremely loud.
Please visit https://talbotcountymd.gov/employment_application
to apply on-line or send your application/resume to:
Administrative Services
Talbot County Government
11 North Washington Street
Easton, MD 21601

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Eagle Partners

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