Grounds staff are required to be able to complete a large variety of tasks throughout the day. Grounds staff tasks can be generally categorized as manual labor and are related to landscaping. Landscape maintenance tasks include: operating different types of walking lawn mowers, raking of debris, use of string trimmers, operation of back pack blowers and operation of other motorized equipment such as carts. Tasks specific to golf course maintenance include: raking bunkers, mowing greens, blowing debris, filling divots, moving tee markers, etc. Applicant must have a valid driver license and be able to drive various types of golf carts and utility vehicles in order to complete the above tasks. Grounds staff primarily work under the supervision of the Golf Course Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent. Must be able to work mornings, weekends, and outside in all weather conditions.
About Country Club of Indianapolis
The Country Club of Indianapolis was opened 130 years ago on June 4, 1891. It was the first country club in the city and among the earliest in the nation. Designed by Tom Bendelow in 1914, CCI consist of an 18-hole champions golf course, putting green, driving range, and short game facility. Along with its impressive club house, pool, and excellent dinning, CCI is one of the premiere private clubs in Indianapolis.