Hiring for Golf Course Grounds Crew - In Country H2Bs welcome to apply
Landscaping or Turfgrass experience required
- Medora, North Dakota
- Some experience required
- Start Date:
- Starts in about 2 months. (Apr 26, 2024)
Join the greatest team in the West. Opportunity awaits you in Medora.
Bully Pulpit is a nationally acclaimed 18-hole, par 72 daily fee golf course designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan. We are located on the I-94 corridor in the Scenic and historic Badlands of North Dakota along the Little Missouri River, just 3 miles south of Historic Medora, ND. The golf course measures 7,166 yards from the Championship tees, but has four other sets to choose from.
As a member of the Bully Pulpit Golf Course team, a Golf Course Grounds Crew member will have a primary day-to-day responsibility to perform landscaping tasks using power equipment and hand tools to assist in golf course turf maintenance, course setup and irrigation.
- Safely operate equipment and accessories as trained and assigned including, but not limited to, greens mowers, rotary mowers, tri-plex mowers, vertical mowers, line trimmers, edgers, utility vehicles, back-pack blowers, aerifiers, spikers, mechanical top dressers, sod cutters, mechanical bunker rakes, tractors, sweepers, blades, loaders, trenchers, chain saws, and miscellaneous hand tools.
- Excavates and backfills ditches and trenches with hand tools and assists with watering the roughs.
- Plans and cultivates lawns, turf or gardens and, based on landscaping designs, determines further work that should occur.
- Cuts and trims golf course greens, fairways, trees, weeds, brush, tees, and roughs.
- Applies growth enhances and disease inhibitors to greens and tees.
- Grades and prepares base, lays sod, and sees greens, tees and fairways.
- Prepares chemicals as needed for application by mixing according to directions.
- Applies fertilizers, herbicides, or insecticides onto grass, shrubs or trees by spraying or spreading.
- Where artificial turf is used, periodically replaces cushion pads; vacuums and disinfects turf after use.
- Properly care for assigned equipment by inspecting machinery before and after each use, cleaning machinery after each use, making necessary minor adjustments to equipment and reporting machinery/equipment problems to the mechanic.
- Maintain maintenance and fluid use logs (gas and oil) on assigned equipment.
- Maintains the cleanliness of all golf course equipment and participates in daily setup for play.
- Assists with loading and unloading materials used for the golf course.
- Performs regular and seasonal maintenance on irrigation system including ay necessary winterizing procedures.
- Participates in workplace safety training sessions.
- Performs other related duties as assigned
This job operates in a professional golf course and outdoor environment. This role routinely uses standard maintenance and landscaping equipment. Continuously in hot/heat outside conditions. Frequently works in humid conditions, with others, with sharp objects, vibrations, chemicals, and heavy machinery. Occasionally works with sold and cold conditions outside. Occasionally works with fumes, gases, odors and dust.
- This is a full-time seasonal position.
- Work extended hours, which includes weekends
- Work outside in all weather conditions.
- Work on or near heavy machinery.
- Attention to detail
- Ability to give and/or follow verbal or written instructions.
- Requires the ability to safely operate trucks and motorized equipment.
- Ability to operate power equipment and hand tools.
- Good verbal communication skills.
- Ability to analyze and solve problems.
- Punctual and reliable.
Required Education and Experience
- Requires the knowledge and safe operation of golf course maintenance equipment.
- Previous work on a golf course preferred, but not required.
- Knowledge of horticulture is preferred.
- Valid driver’s license and clean driving record preferred
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.
While performing the duties of this job the employee is:
- Continuously required to lift and carry up to 25 pounds
- Frequently required to stand, walk, sit, hear, and have repetitive use of hands and arms, push, pull and lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
- Occasionally required to climb, and reach overhead.
- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus to determine accuracy, neatness and thoroughness of work assigned and able to determine safety of workplace surroundings.
TRMF is located in the heart of the Badlands: Medora, North Dakota.
It’s situated near the border separating North Dakota and Montana, along Interstate 94. Medora is the basecamp to Theodore Roosevelt National Park: 110 square miles of rugged beauty. You’re never more than a few minutes away from a night under the stars or a bike ride along the thrilling Maah Daah Hey Trail. In Medora, beauty and adventure abound.
Our central hub of operations, the Life Skills Center, is a state-of-the-art campus, purpose-built for the glory of work and the joy of living. It features a dining room, a fitness center, as well as spaces for music, studying, learning, prayer, reflection, and socializing—all designed with our employees in mind.
- You have a passion for exploring beautiful places and meeting people from around the world.
- Competitive wages with great opportunities for overtime work
- Affordable company provided housing on-site
- Employee meals provided at low cost in employee dining room
- Explore Medora and its attractions free or at discounted costs. Including the Medora Musical, Bully Pulpit Golf Course, Trail Rides, Mini Golf, Retail Shops and more!
There’s no organization quite like the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation (TRMF). We’re a premiere tourism operation—and we’re a 501c(3) non-profit. We welcome hundreds of thousands of guests to an exciting, diverse lineup of entertainment, historical, and educational attractions—and we work tirelessly to connect people to Medora for positive life changing experiences.
TRMF was established in 1986—but our story begins before that. In 1962, nationally-renowned businessman Harold Schafer took an interest in a historic old town named Medora. He loved its history, its striking location, and its potential to inspire others. So he began revitalizing the old town: he restored a historic hotel, brought the Medora Musical to town, and so much more.
It was 1986 when the Schafer family, with Harold ready to retire from business, donated all they’d created in Medora to establish the non-profit Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation.
In the years since, we’ve grown from a staff of a handful of folks to more than 50 full-time employees, with hundreds more seasonal workers and over 650 volunteers. We’ve awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of scholarships to our staff. The Medora Musical has earned the attention of The New York Times. And we’ve earned a reputation as the #1 tourism and hospitality provider in North Dakota.
We are a team of people who draw inspiration from Medora. We deeply respect this place, and the people we meet here. We deliver excellence in hospitality. We work with creativity and integrity. We’re a family that values family.
We are the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation.
How to Apply
Please apply via the link below. In Country H2B applicants are welcome to apply for this position.