The equipment technician reports to the golf course superintendent and/or the assistant golf course superintendent and oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program. This program includes the repair of failing equipment, keeping records of parts and labor needed to maintain each piece of equipment, and placing orders for parts and supplies needed for equipment service. The equipment technician properly communicates any needs or problems relating to the maintenance or repair of equipment to the superintendent and/or the assistant superintendent. The equipment technician places safety as a top priority and is responsible for maintaining a clean service area and maintenance building.
Conduct and effective preventative maintenance program in conjunction with operators to reduce mechanical failure and poor performance on all golf course equipment
Repair of all equipment and golf carts
Keep repair and maintenance records on all equipment
Inspect, diagnose and repair mechanical problems for all maintenance equipment
Set heights and sharpen blades on the cutting units. Make cuts, welds and braze as needed in repairing equipment and mowing units
Price comparison on all related parts and materials before ordering
Maintain a clean shop area and keep it orderly and efficient
Maintain an adequate supply of parts through requisitions to the Purchasing Manager
Monitor gas and fuel levels in storage tanks
Assure proper disposal of all related hazardous materials
Perform other duties assigned by supervisor or manager
3-5 years experience.
Knowledge of small engine repairs.
Operates small and heavy equipment.
Ability to use equipment and tools properly and safely.
Ability to inspect equipment and related components.
Must be highly motivated, goal driven and a self starter.
Must have the ability to follow verbal and written orders.
Ability to read and write English.
About Table Mountain Golf Club.
Table Mountain is a 18 hole regulation course located in Oroville, CA. From the longest tees it features 6,690 yards of golf for a par of 72. The course was designed by Louis Bertolone and opened in 1956.
The course terrain for 18 hole course is flat and easy to walk. The fast greens are well maintained, and the wide fairways provide generous landing areas. Water hazards come into play on a few holes. The signature hole is #7, a 160-yard, par 3, requiring a tee shot to a green protected by water hazards on both sides of the fairway.