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Stowe Mountain Club

Second Assistant Superintendent Position Available

The Club at Spruce Peak is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of second assistant superintendent at The Mountain Course.  The primary role of this position is to work directly with the first assistant superintendent in day to day maintenance and management of the golf course. The Mountain Course is associated with Stowe Country Club as part of the 36-hole golf offering at The Club at Spruce Peak. Both golf courses are managed under the leadership of the Director of Agronomy. The Director of Agronomy makes recommendations and develops plans for daily operation, but on course decisions will be left primarily to the first and second assistant superintendents. The second assistant needs to be proficient in timely decision making, multi-tasking, crew leadership and knowledge of golf maintenance practices. The second assistant superintendent will be required to assist and/or lead project work including drainage, irrigation, construction, etc. The two assistants will share responsibilities in managing the crew, job assignment, agronomic and cultural practices, chemical/fertilizer applications, and water management. Preference will be given to those that exhibit strong leadership traits and effective communication skills.

The Mountain Course is a private resort golf club designed by Bob Cupp, opened in 2007. Bob Cupp was quoted “Once every few decades, a spectacular sight for golf appears. Such is the case at the foot of Mount Mansfield in Vermont.” The club sees approximately 7,000 rounds annually. A-4 bentgrass greens built to USGA specifications, L-93 bentgrass fairways, fescue/bluegrass tees. Central Toro Lynx irrigation control. The golf course is situated throughout the mountainous terrain of northern Vermont, making it a very unique growing environment for turf. The Mountain Course was the first in Vermont and third in New England to achieve certification in the Audubon International Signature Sanctuary program. Stowe, VT is a mecca of outdoor activity. World class mountain biking, hiking/climbing, skiing, and golfing exist in our backyard. 

Educational Requirements

2 or 4 year degree in Turf Management, Plant Science, Horticulture, or related field of study preferred. Certificate in Turf Management will be considered.

Experience Requirements

1 year of golf course maintenance work required. Previous work experience in a management/supervisory capacity preferred but not required. VT Pesticide Applicator License or ability to obtain within first season of employment.

Job Benefits

$2,500 Sign On Bonus. Health Benefits, 401K with company match, Paid Time Off, paid association dues, employee golf membership access (employee, spouse, dependents), Ski/Ride Pass to Stowe Mountain Resort (employee & 1 dependent), Free and discounted stays at Hyatt Hotels worldwide and Employee Fitness Membership. Various housing options available. Competitive relocation package available. 


Date Job is Available

September 1


$55,000 to $55,000 per year

Overtime: No

Job Application Instructions

Submit cover letter and resume to Kevin Komer, Director of Agronomy via email at [email protected]


Mow and maintain greens, daily course preparation, maintain/repair turf
equipment, maintain and operate irrigation systems, assist with chemical
and fertilizer application, and various other tasks/mowing as needed.
Responsible for training staff in all areas of course maintenance including
proper care and storage of all equipment.

● Must be reliable, organized, and energetic, and maintain a safe and
healthy work environment.
● Must be eager to learn and perform a lead role in the golf course’s
daily preparation including proper maintenance of greens, tees,
fairways, and rough
● Two years of golf course maintenance required.
● Basic knowledge of equipment maintenance/repair necessary.

West Bolton Golf Club in West Bolton, Vermont was established in 1983.
The golf course is a family owned business and is a public 18 hole golf
course. Outside operations start in late March and end in November. The
foreman/assistant superintendent would work approximately 40 hours per
week and be able to work holidays and weekends. The position is geared
toward the successful applicant one day becoming the golf course

Sign on bonus offered.
Compensation based on experience.
Free golf privileges, friends and family discounts, proshop and restaurant
Work in a family atmosphere with room to grow.

Email cover letter and resume to Jeff Brown,
[email protected]