Assistant Turf Supervisor

Reporting to the Head of Grounds, this role is responsible for leading the day to day field operations at our Player Development Soccer Training Complex in El Paso. This position will require a person who can work independently and be open to receiving oversight from our Head Groundskeeper at our stadium in El Paso. The person will assist the Head of Grounds in developing and implementing a 12-month maintenance program for the Complex. This role will be responsible for maintaining the professional nature of the Bermuda turf we have installed in the complex.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
This position concentrates on maintenance and mowing. Other areas of responsibilities include but not limited to: maintenance of equipment (adjusting/servicing mowers, utility carts, aerators, top dresser, boom sprayer, etc..), irrigation (replacing/adjusting heads, fixing leaks, etc..), spreader calibrations and foliar applications. You will also learn a variety of other cultural practices that take place to maintain the integrity of a playing surface. Furthermore, you will assist in managing the efforts of our stadium baseball field transition for soccer. Our turf will provide a unique opportunity to learn the environmental challenges associated with transitioning from rye to a bermudagrass athletic field constructed to meet USGA specifications in the Chihuahuan Desert.

Job Requirements:
This position will be a great opportunity for a highly motivated individual eager to learn all facets of maintaining a professional training surface. Due to the physical nature of the job, all candidates should be able to lift, carry, and transport up to 100 pounds. The ideal candidate will be good at building/fixing things, have specific sports turf or landscaping background, and be self-motivated.

Minimum of two years experience working as an assistant or senior level crew member for sports turf organization and or professional sports team. Soccer experience and knowledge a must.

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