Leadership

Job Posting: Assistant Superintendent

Assistant Superintendent Vero Beach Country Club

Founded in 1924 and conveniently located in the city of Vero Beach, Florida. VBCC presents both a proud history and a distinctive club experience. VBCC has seashore paspalum turf on greens, tees and fairways. Audubon Certified, our Club is committed to a green policy, with rigorous adherence to environmental planning, recycling, wildlife habitat management and Lagoon protection.
Previous individuals have gone on to be superintendents that held this position.

Educational Requirements:
Minimum 2 year degree in Agronomy or related field.
Must obtain FL applicator license within 3 months.

Experience Requirements:
3-4 years golf course maintenance experience or combination of education/experience. Working knowledge of the rules of golf.
Self motivated, high energy leader that enjoys mentoring, training, and working to create the ultimate guest experience.

Salary Range:
45k

Benefits:
Health, Vision, Uniforms, 401K, Dues, PTO

Date Available:
Immediate

Application Instructions:
Please send resume to Shane Wright, CGCS
email: rshanewright@hotmail.com
website: http://www.vbcountryclub.com

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2 inches of RainĀ 

Course is closed again.  We have received 10 inches of rain since the weekend. The below picture show tropical waves heading our way in the next few weeks.  

A Flood Watch is now in effect for the Treasure Coast through Thursday night. Windy conditions will continue through our area into tomorrow. These winds will produce hazardous beach and boating conditions. Our rain chances are high with rainfall amounts of up to 2-4 inches possible through Thursday night.

Impacts expected:

    High surf with hazardous beach conditions.

    Minor coastal flooding is expected through Friday.

    Heavy rainfall during the next 48 hours.

    The tropics remain active and everyone should remain vigilant through the end of hurricane season, which is November 30.

    The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a new tropical depression (TD 16) located over the southwestern Caribbean Sea (90L) that should be nearing the coast of Nicaragua early Thursday.

    The depression is expected to become a tropical storm later today or tonight.

    The next name on the Atlantic hurricane list is Nate.

    As this system moves into the Gulf of Mexico there is a possibility for landfall anywhere between New Orleans, LA and Tampa, FL as either a tropical storm or possibly a hurricane.