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July 17, 2024


Sales Representative - Golf and Commercial Turf Equipment

Job ID: 752-078

We are seeking a dynamic Golf and Commercial Turf Sales Representative to join our team at our Winnipeg West location.  We’re expanding our team to connect customers with the right equipment for their needs.  This position will be responsible for providing Manitoba, Saskatchewan and NW Ontario with the highest quality product available - John Deere.   

In this role you will:

To excel in this position, you:

Required experience:

We have 9 locations in the province with 350 employees.  Our employees have worked hard to build a reputation for reliability, integrity, and community support.  The organization is very community-minded and has held numerous employee events to raise money for local and national charities.

This position comes with a competitive wage, comprehensive benefits, and group RRSP program.  Come and work with friendly, talented people who share the goal of providing the best service and products to awesome customers, every day!

How to apply:

Contact information:    Enns Brothers Ltd.

Attn: Jennifer Piche


************************************************************************************************************************************February 8, 2024


Summit Search Group 
is Searching for a Golf Course Superintendent 
for Victoria Beach Golf Course 

Reports to: CAO and/or Council

Position Summary:
The primary role of this position is to oversee, assist with, and perform routine golf course maintenance duties, clubhouse operations, and equipment maintenance as the superintendent. The superintendent should hold a Pesticide Applicator License for Integrated Pest Management Landscape/Golf Course, have completed a recognized course for golf course superintendents, and possess working knowledge and experience in golf course management. Responsibilities also include overseeing the "Pro-Shop" and clubhouse operations and assisting with various duties to ensure the efficient operation of the golf course.

Primary Accountabilities: Day-to-day Operation of the Golf Course:

General Accountabilities:

The above-listed position duties and responsibilities reflect the core functions of the position. Related duties and responsibilities may be assigned as deemed necessary by Council and/or the Golf Course Chairperson.

Technical Competencies:

Behavioral Competencies:

For more information, or to submit your resume, please reach out to Braeden Demchuk at Summit Search Group, 

Summit Search Group has a strong commitment to Diversity, Equality and Inclusion. We strive for continuous development, modeling, inclusive behaviors and proactively managing bias throughout our process.



February 7, 2024

Delahunt Golf and Country Club Superintendent Position Available

Company Description                               

The Delahunt Golf and Country Club is a 9 - hole public golf course with a modern full service clubhouse located at Treherne Manitoba, 100 Kms west of Winnipeg on PTH #2. The Club is operated by a volunteer board of directors.

Position Overview

The Superintendent / Groundskeeper is employed by the Club’s Board of Directors and will be a member of the Golf Club Management Team. He/she will have Supervisory responsibilities of 4-6 course staff, will provide equipment operation and workplace safety training, develop work schedules, and delegate daily tasks for the staff.

The Groundskeeper is responsible for all aspects of the golf course and must strive to maintain and enhance the course appearance and operations in an efficient manner

This is a seasonal position from mid April to mid October. Salary is dependent on experience.


The following qualifications are required or preferred in the successful groundskeeper



The following skills are preferred but not required.


The following qualifications are required.

For info and to submit applications, contact Brad Henderson at or at 204-723-0263.


January 23, 2024


Golf Course Mechanic

Granite Hills Golf Club is seeking a highly dedicated, hard working Golf Course Mechanic with TORO Equipment experience as well as Yamaha GAS golf cart experience.

Granite Hills Golf Club is located in North Eastern Manitoba, nestled along the shores of Lake Lac Du Bonnet.  The golf course was designed by Les Furber and opened in 2007.

The Golf Course Mechanic is responsible for the diagnosis of mechanical problems, preventive and routine maintenance, and repair of equipment such as green mowers, fairway mowers, spraying equipment as well as fleet of Yamaha gas golf carts. A good understanding of hydraulic systems is essential.  

Additional Responsibilities and Duties:

Resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

All applications will be treated in strict confidence.

Qualified Applicants may be submitted to;

Gilles Gauthier, President
Granite Hills Golf Club
Tele: (204) 981-6577
Email: /

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


January 17, 2024


Golf Course Superintendent Position

Granite Hills Golf Club is looking for a dedicated, highly motivated and experienced Golf Course Superintendent to join our team.

Granite Hills is a 18 hole golf course located in Northeastern Manitoba, nestled along the shores of Lake Lac du Bonnet and carved into the Canadian shield provides a challenging course with breath taking views. The golf course was designed by Les Furber and opened in 2007.

Job Overview

Requirements/ Assests

Salary will be commensurate with the candidate’s qualifications and experience.

Qualified applicants may submit resumes to:

Gilles Gauthier, President
Granite Hills Golf Club
Tele: (204) 981-6577
Email: / 



December 12, 2023


Rossmere Country Club

Golf Course Superintendent


About Us

Rossmere Country Club is an 18-hole semi-private golf club with over 600 members, located 10 minutes from downtown Winnipeg. The 6400-yard golf course was designed by Norman Woods in 1959 and has since been modernized with various projects.

Our demanding golf course with its combination of sand traps, undulating greens and stands of mature trees offering something to players of all levels. Warm-up and practice facilities include a full-length driving range, practice putting green, and a chipping and bunker training area.

Rossmere has an exceptionally friendly membership. The Club hosts many member golfing and social events throughout the year. The Rossmere Simshack operates throughout the winter and offers members and guests a golfing experience, 12 months of the season. The golf course is utilized by the community throughout the off season by way of walking trails, and groomed ski trails. The club is a vibrant mix of young and seasoned members which creates a unique balance in the golf industry.

Job Overview:

Responsible for operation of the golf course operation and maintenance. The responsibilities include turf grass/plant material maintenance programs, property/asset management, personnel management, budget/forecasting, financial management, member relations, scheduling/maintenance or irrigation systems, pesticide applications, related recordings, and compliance of regulatory issues. The Golf Course Superintendent works to create an environment where staff is involved and enthusiastic, with open communications and respect for themselves, members, guests, and the property.

Basic Functions:

Primary Duties:

Knowledge & Skills Required:

Minimum Qualifications:



Interested applicants please submit resume to Scott Parker, General Manager at

Application Deadline: January 15th, 2024




November 29, 2023




     PHONE- (204) 774-4263     FAX- (204) 774-9834

     Website –       Email –




Please submit your resume by 15 January 2024 via email, mail, or fax.

Position will be kept open until a suitable applicant is hired.


The primary purpose of this position is to manage the municipal golf course and employees, organize day-to-day job duties, and oversee all aspects relating to the operations of the golf course including, but not limited to, maintenance of the course, buildings, and equipment. The Manager shall also be responsible for the operation of the “Pro-Shop” and clubhouse and assist with the performance of various duties to ensure efficient operation of the golf course.


1. The day-to-day operation of the Golf Course:

  1. Oversee, assist with, and perform routine golf course maintenance duties, clubhouse operations, equipment maintenance, etc.
  2. Ensure that the golf course is operated in a professional and business-like manner.
  3. Assist with the recruitment of employees and recommend their hiring to Council.
  4. Oversee all golf course employees, schedule shifts, maintain employee timesheets, submit monthly reports, and liaise with CAO as needed.
  5. Oversee and assist in keeping tools and equipment repaired and clean.
  6. Address golfer and employee complaints in a timely and respectful manner.
  7. Assist the CAO and Council with the preparation of an annual operating and capital budget.
  8. Oversee and monitor the expenditures incurred to operate the golf course within the approved annual budget.
  9. Ensure that all monies collected on behalf of the Municipality (green fees, memberships, equipment rentals and storage) are remitted to the CAO in a timely fashion and as directed by the CAO.
  10. Ensure that the CAO is aware of any issues that may affect current and/or future operating or capital budgets.

General Accountabilities

1. Maintain good working relationships:

  1. Develop and implement procedures to assure that the grounds and buildings are clean, orderly, and attractive always.
  2. Develop and maintain a good working rapport with council and the Chief Administrative Officer (C.A.O.) to ensure that the general golf course maintenance activities are planned and performed with minimum disruption to golfers.
  3. Meet with Council on an “as-needed” basis to solicit advice or make recommendations concerning the operation of the Course and assist in identifying and correcting problem areas and/or the improvement of services.

    2. Assist the Municipality to function within an allocated budget:

    a. Recommend to the Golf Course Chairperson and to the C.A.O. the equipment and supply needs of the golf course.

    b. Purchase materials and supplies with consideration to quality and cost effectiveness within the limits of the approved budget and only after the approval of the Golf Course Chairperson and the C.A.O

    c. Assist in keeping hazardous materials to a minimum, and in maintaining a safe work environment for employees.
  1. Assist in maintaining a Quality Improvement Program for environmental services:
  1. Oversee and/or assist with the establishment and maintenance of a preventative maintenance program.
  2. Oversee and/or assist with the maintenance of pertinent records relating, but not limited to, vehicles, equipment, tools, inventories, etc…

    4. Contribute to own personal development:
  1. Participate in programs designed for in-service education, on-the-job training, orientation classes or meetings as determined by Council.
  2. Comply with all Workplace, Safety and Health regulations.
  1. Perform other duties as required.

* The above listed position duties and responsibilities reflect the core functions of the position.  Related duties and responsibilities may be assigned, as deemed necessary by Council and/or the Golf Course Chairperson.

Technical competencies

  1. Completion of and possession of Pesticide Applicator License for Integrated Pest Management Landscape/ Golf Course.
  2. Completion of a recognized course for golf course superintendents and/or working knowledge / experience in the management of a golf course.
  3. Possess good communication skills necessary to relate to council, municipal employees, public and outside agencies.
  4. Ability to function with minimum supervision and possess excellent motivational skills.
  5. Possess verbal and comprehensive skills necessary to understand, analyze, and interpret documents relating to the operation and management of the golf course.
  6. Minimum academic standing of Grade twelve or equivalent.
  7. Hold a valid class 5 or higher Manitoba driver’s license.
  8. Certification in Business Administration and/or equivalent an asset.

Behavioural Competencies

  • Integrity & Trust

Seen as a direct, truthful individual; widely trusted and adheres to a strong set of core values.


  • Interpersonal Skills

Relates well to all kinds of people inside and outside the organization; uses diplomacy and tact to diffuse tense situations.


  • Action Oriented

Can be counted on to get things done; energetic, with a bias for action; makes good decisions in a timely manner.


  • Composure

Cool under pressure; can handle stress; is a settling influence in a crisis. 


  • Planning & organizing

Can marshal resources to get things done; uses resources effectively and efficiently.


  • Communications

Able to speak and write clearly; able to get the desired message across to a variety of audiences. Basic knowledge of written report requirements to council.


  • Problem Solving

Uses rigorous logic and methods to investigate and solve problems; excellent at analysis; looks beyond the obvious; able to develop practical and innovative solutions.


  • Managing Diversity

Deals effectively with all races, cultures, nationalities, disabilities, and genders equitably.  Supports equal and fair treatment/opportunity for all people.



November 20, 2023



                                                   ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT                                                

The North Battleford Golf and Country Club is now accepting applications for the Assistant Superintendent position. North Battleford is located in north central Saskatchewan one hour west of Saskatoon. The Battlefords is a growing community of 20,000 people which offers affordable living, excellent amenities and abundant recreational opportunities.

The golf course is situated in the North Saskatchewan River Valley on rolling terrain with tree lined fairways. The HDP irrigation system includes Toro sprinkler heads controlled by the Lynx program. Future upgrades to the golf course are under the guidance of a Gary Browning Design master-plan.

The successful applicant will be highly motivated, goal oriented and dedicated to achieving success in turfgrass management. As the Assistant you will report directly to the Superintendent and will play a key role in our turf management team. This hiring is meant to be included in a succession plan. The successful applicant will possess the following:

-  turf education or relevant experience
- a minimum of two years turf maintenance experience
- good supervisory, training and coaching skills
- good verbal and written communication skills
- a familiarity with automated irrigation
- a familiarity with fertilizers and pesticides as well as calibration
- a strong understanding of cultural practices
- a pesticide applicators certificate or ability to obtain one
- a desire to learn and lead

Please submit resume to:
G. Sawchyn AGS
Golf Superintendent
North Battleford Golf and Country Club
Box 372, North Battleford, Sk.
S9A 2Y3


November 16, 2023 


Royal Regina Golf Club
Equipment Technician
Job Description and Qualifications

Royal Regina Golf Club Mission Statement

“Royal Regina Golf Club serves members, families, and guests by providing a quality golf and social experience in a professional and friendly manner.”

We are seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented and proactive Equipment Technician to join our team. This role will ensure efficient operation and maintenance of all equipment.  As the Equipment Technician, you will have a crucial role in overseeing all grounds equipment along with the cart fleet.  The successful candidate will be a team leader, an effective communicator, and will keep a safe and clean workplace.  The Equipment Technician will report to the Golf Course Superintendent. Golf course experience is not necessary.  

Primary Responsibilities and Duties



Qualified applicants may submit resumes to:

Lance Wakefield
Golf Course Superintendent
Royal Regina Golf Club
5401 11th Ave
Regina, SK S4P 3A1
306-757-3558 ext. 250


November 13, 2023




JOB POSTING:  Golf Superintendent
DURATION:  Seasonal, Full Time, Trial Period
LOCATION:  Warren, Manitoba (12 Minutes from perimeter on Hwy #6)
DATE:  March 1, 2024

Whispering Winds is an 18 hole course quickly being recognized as one of the best rural courses in the province, rivaling conditions of high end private courses.  New ownership, 9 years ago, has been building a great team to care for the course.


The superintendent will bring a positive attitude and strong work ethic to maintain the course on a positive direction.  Must have positive leadership skills and a good eye for details.  Have a desire to improve and willingness to see tasks to completion.



This is an excellent opportunity to be in total control of your own future.  This is a seasonal fulltime position with long term potential for the right candidate.  After the first trial season you will have the opportunity to buy in to the business and secure your future.


Interested candidates are invited to contact Brian Campbell (owner) at 204-471-5314 or 



Golf Course Superintendent

November 10th, 2023

Glendale Golf & Country Club is searching for an experienced, dedicated and hardworking Golf Course Superintendent, with strong agronomic and leadership skills, and a passion for providing exceptional golf course conditions in a private club setting. Glendale is seeking someone who considers themselves ready for this great opportunity to belong to a team that strives to offer one of the best member experiences in Manitoba.

Glendale Golf & Country Club is located in the west end of Winnipeg, nestled along the banks of the Assiniboine River. The golf course was designed in 1947 by Stanley Thompson and underwent a major renovation in 1987, leaving greens constructed of both native soils and to USGA specifications. Over the course of its history, Glendale has hosted the Canadian Men’s, Senior Men’s and Women’s Amateur in addition to an LPGA event. Glendale has just finished a major bunker renovation to all golf course bunkers.

The Golf Course Superintendent at Glendale reports to the General Manager and works closely with the Green Committee to achieve the Club’s goals and vision. The superintendent is expected to provide quality leadership, pay strong attention to detail and manage his or her department in an inclusive and supportive manner to ensure excellent course conditioning on a daily basis.

The ideal candidate should be a Golf Course Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent with a minimum of five years’ experience with the following skills, abilities and qualifications being an asset:

  1. Current member of the CGSA
  2. Be current & well versed in agronomy, turfgrass management and tree management
  3. Strong management and forecasting skills for operational and capital budgets
  4. Experience developing capital equipment replacement plans
  5. Excellent communication and organizational skills
  6. Ability to hire, train, lead and performance manage staff to ensure high productivity and excellent results
  7. Extensive knowledge of irrigation systems and sound irrigation philosophy
  8. Subscribes to sustainable maintenance practices
  9. Ability to source, negotiate and coordinate with outside vendors for course projects and maintenance & ensure their work/materials are in-line with Club expectations
  10. Project management experience
  11. Valid Manitoba pesticide applicator’s license

Salary will be commensurate with candidate’s qualifications and experience. The club offers a competitive performance bonus and benefits package. Expected starting salary is $95,000 - $110,000.

Resumes are to be submitted by November 30th, 2023 and all applications will be treated in strict confidence. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Interviews may start prior to November 30th.

Qualified applicants may submit resumes to:

James Chapman
General Manager
Glendale Golf & Country Club
400 Augier Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3K 1S4

Telephone: 204-832-1306