Resort Groundskeeper

  • Empty trash, shovel, and perform maintenance or repair duties using saws, blowers, mowers, drills or other hand tools.
  • Ensure lawns are manicured appropriately. Regularly treat weeds for weed control, weed whip, rake leaves, plant flowers/shrubs, spread mulch/woodchips/stones, trim shrubs and hedges, cut and remove tree limbs damaged by adverse weather conditions, and perform other lawn care services as necessary.
  • Inspect irrigation system regularly to ensure it is working properly; repair as needed.
  • Pick-up trash and debris from common areas and streets on a daily basis. Empty common area trash containers as needed.
  • Maintain resort vehicles and equipment.
  • Report all resort maintenance issues and concerns identified while performing daily duties to manager.
  • Ensure resort is presentable at all times and adheres to Sun's curb appeal standards.
  • If applicable, maintain resort pool(s), testing chemical levels, adjusting appropriately.
  • Safely operate vehicles for the purpose of performing job duties.
  • Follow safety procedures while performing duties.
  • Other duties and special projects as assigned.

    As a Resort Groundskeeper, you must be hard-working, reliable and focused on providing exceptional customer service. You must also be highly organized and detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Previous groundskeeping experience in the resort/hospitality industry, preferred
    • Demonstrated knowledge of and broad experience in general grounds maintenance techniques
    • Ability to endure seasonal temperatures as working conditions require constant outdoor work
    • Valid driver s license
    • Proficient skills in operating various hand tools, power equipment, and commercial machinery
    • Ability to provide legible written reports
    • Ability to work well independently as well as on a team
    • Ability to lift at least 25 pounds
    • Basic computer proficiency including the ability to use email and the internet

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