Recreation and Entertainment
Golf Maintenance Mechanic
Photo Credit: Predator Ridge Golf Resort A golf course maintenance mechanic stores, maintains and distributes golf carts.
Curators are specialists in a particular academic discipline relevant to a historic site/museum/gallery’s collection. Museum Curators research and recommend acquisition of artifacts and are responsible for the care of objects, materials and specimens. They have highly specialized skills and knowledge in their areas of study.
Freshwater Angling Guide
A freshwater angling guide is an outdoor adventure guide who organizes and conducts fishing expeditions. They can either operate their own small businesses or work for adventure tourism companies, resorts, parks, lodges or campgrounds. They might take clients for a day trip or for longer expeditions. Information provided by Discover Tourism.
Golf Course Marshall
Photo Credit: Golf BC Group A golf course marshall ensures smooth pace of play on golf course, and acts as an information centre for golf and real estate development issues.
Golf Course Starter
Photo Credit: Golf BC Group A golf course starter controls pace of play on golf course by directing players to the first tee at appropriate times.
Golf Shop Salesperson
Photo Credit: Golf BC Group A golf shop salesperson is responsible for the merchandize sale in the golf shop. They interact with members and guests in the golf shop, collect fees as well as assist in inventory control.
Golf Assistant Professional
An assistant golf professional oversees all aspects of merchandise in the golf shop, which includes ordering, receiving, pricing, sales, storing and display of merchandise, as well as provides all documentation, inventory and control reports as required. They also assist the Head Professional in providing guests with a pleasant golf experience.
Golf Head Professional
A head professional manages all golf and golf-related activities and business. They plan and implement budgets approved by the General Manager. They hire, train and supervise all related departmental staff and apply relevant marketing principles to assure that the wants and needs of all playing guests are consistently exceeded.
Golf Course Superintendent
Photo Credit: A golf course superintendent is responsible for developing a dedicated team to assist in caring for the golf course. Reporting to the general manager, the superintendent will be a proven leader in the industry and will have had a successful track record in the areas of turf grass management, human resources and financial management.
Golf Assist. Superintendent
Photo Credit: Destination BC A golf course assistant superintendent assists the golf course superintendent in maintaining the aesthetics of the golf course. They are also responsible for staff scheduling and training, overseeing fertility and pesticide programs, ensuring proper operation of the irrigation system as well as participating in all ongoing projects on the golf course.