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Golf Course Mechanic / Greenskeeper

From CivicInfo BC - October 12, 2017

Golf Course Mechanic / Greenskeeper

Auxiliary Relief Position


The Cedar Hill Golf Course is seeking an auxiliary Golf Course Mechanic / Greenskeeper to join our team. This Trades position is responsible to inspect, repair and maintain all golf course equipment with minimal direction from the Golf Course Foreman or Chargehand II. Duties will include sharpening blades for rotary, flail and reel mowers including bed knives; repairing and maintaining hydraulic systems on equipment; repairing and maintaining gasoline and diesel engines; repairing or replacing parts, servicing electrical, electronic and conventional ignition systems; and maintaining a written log of equipment and services. The Golf Course Mechanic will also perform all duties of a Greenskeeper II.

Requirements include: completion of Grade 12 or equivalent; possession of a Diploma or Certification in engine repair; completion of one year program in Turf Grass Maintenance; possession of a Pesticide Applicators Certificate; minimum two years experience as golf course mechanic and golf course maintenance; and possession of a valid BC Drivers Licence. This is on-call work providing relief for sick leave and vacation coverage for the regular Golf Course Mechanic. The successful candidate will be required to work varying shifts including early mornings, weekends and statutory holidays, up to 8 hours per day/40 hours per week (hours/shifts are subject to change).

This is a C.U.P.E. Local 2011 position with a wage of $30.17 per hour plus 13% in lieu of benefits. Job description and competition information can be found at www.saanich.ca. Please apply by 11:45 p.m. on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2017 quoting competition 210.17 to: Human Resources, District of Saanich, 770 Vernon Avenue, Victoria, BC, V8X 2W7 (Fax 250-475-5550) or Email careers@saanich.ca. We thank all applicants for applying. Only those under consideration will be contacted.consideration will be contacted.

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