Are you interested in working on a golf course?
Golf Course Superintendents are the men and women who manage the largest asset of the facility – the course. They are the individuals entrusted with the maintenance, operation and management of the equipment and all that goes into maintaining a golf course. They are responsible for course conditions, budgets, environmental sustainability and much more!
Employers have been complaining about a shortage of skilled workers in recent years, particularly workers with advanced degrees in STEM fields. Nearly every industry now has a labor shortage, and golf is no exception – but here’s the twist: Employers are having a harder time filling blue-collar positions than professional positions that require a college education.
Many golf courses around Utah have voiced their concern as well and are struggling to fill labor and maintenance jobs.
Most positions are great for retirees looking for a part-time, seasonal job – many come with golf benefits, working in a beautiful environment, a food budget and job variety. Also, for those suffering with PTSD, working and being on a golf course can be therapeutic and a great stress reliever!
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