The Baltimore Country Club, founded in 1898, is a private club with two golf courses and is listed by the USGA as one of the first 100 clubs established in the United States. The championship par-70 East Course designed by A.W Tillinghast was opened in 1926. It has received many honors including the #39 ranking in Golfweek’s 2018 list of America’s top 100 Classic Courses and #89 ranking GOLF magazine’s 2017 list of Top 100 courses in the U.S. Baltimore Country Club is one of only two clubs in the world to have hosted a Men’s U.S. Open, PGA Championship, Men’s U.S. Amateur, U.S. Walker Cup, U.S. Women’s Open, Champions Tour Major , and most recently hosted the 2017 and 2018 Big Ten Men’s Golf Championships. The par-72 West Course opened in 1962 and re-designed in 1990 by Bob Cupp and Champions tour member and World Golf Hall of Fame member Tom Kite.
As a Club, BCC is always looking for ways to constantly improve the facilities, as we are beginning to implement our Master Plan for the golf courses, including re-grassing our West Course fairways this summer from perennial ryegrass to creeping bentgrass. As a staff, we see importance in staying up to date, utilizing new technology and keeping an open mind to new ideas. We encourage our future leaders to ask questions, share thoughts and to be looking at the big picture. BCC has a history of promoting from within and look to hire individuals with a future in the industry.
The 2nd Assistant will support the 1st Assistant and report directly to the Superintendent. Will be trained to perform, under the supervision of the superintendents, chemical and fertilizer applications on the golf course properties. Will be responsible for keeping and compiling reports of fertilizer and pesticide usage for the golf courses and grounds. In addition, will assist in the day to day operations of the golf courses. The ideal applicant should have a positive attitude, be highly motivated, dependable and detail oriented.
Must possess a degree in turf management related field or be pursuing a degree. If not in possession of a State of Maryland pesticide license, must do so within 6 months of employment with guidance from supervisors.
Apply pesticides/fertilizers and calibrate sprayers/spreaders
Operate all golf course maintenance equipment
Maintain proper and complete records and storage of all chemicals
Lead staff members on daily tasks and oversee employees assigned in assisting with spray applications
Participate in course projects
Assisting with irrigation repairs and hand watering of surfaces
Health insurance, 401(k) with Company Match, Tuition reimbursement, uniforms, PTO, golfing privileges, Christmas bonus, on-site housing available, Spanish speaking classes provided
Tournament volunteer opportunities throughout the country, provided by the Club.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants must visit www.bcc1898.com and go to the employment tab.
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