The Club at Carlton Woods located in The Woodlands, TX is seeking a passionate, highly skilled leader to join their team as Mechanic Supervisor. Under the general supervision of the Director of Agronomy, the Mechanic Supervisor is responsible for servicing, maintaining and overseeing the equipment fleet and assistant equipment technicians. 


Established in 1998, The Club at Carlton Woods features both a Jack Nicklaus design and Tom Fazio design.Both golf courses continue to be ranked in the top ten in the state of Texas and the top 175 in the country. Since 2013, The Club at Carlton Woods has been honored with receiving the Distinguished Club of the World recognition. In 2016, The Club was recognized as a Platinum Club of America, as voted on by General Managers and Club Presidents from across the United States. The Club at Carlton Woods is very proud of its short history and is humbled from all of the accolades it has received over the years.

Our Vision

To be identified as one of the finest private clubs in America, as recognized by our members, their guests, our employees, and our industry peers.

Our Mission

We will exceed the expectations and experiences of our members and their guests with an uncompromising commitment to excellence. We will offer only the finest in service, programs, facilities, and cuisine.

Club Highlights: 

  • Total Rounds: 36,000 total between 36 holes
  • Staff size – 66 employees, 14 of them part time
  • Maintenance budget – $4.2 million operations and $300K capital total each year
  • Current/Upcoming projects – 2023 Renovation Nicklaus course, 2027 Renovation Fazio Course.
  • Host Site of the Chevron Championship each April, the LPGA’s first major each season
  • Purchase Program for all equipment
  • Recognized as a Platinum Club of America
    Platinum Clubs of America 2017-2024, currently #72
  • Top 18 Course Designs by Jack Nicklaus
    A Golden Eighteen, 2014
  • Top 200 Golf Courses in the US
    Golf Digest 2013 – 2017
  • Top 20 Golf Courses in Texas
    Golf Digest, 2002 – 2022
  • Top 100 Best Residential Courses in America
    Golfweek, 2008 – 2019
  • Distinguished Club
    Elite Level 2022
    BoardRoom Magazine 2013 – 2019
  • The Chevron Championship
    LPGA 2023, with 5-year extension option


The selected candidate will be a passionate and accomplished leader, who brings energy to join an ambitious team. 

The Mechanic Supervisor will work closely with the Director of Agronomy, the Golf Course Superintendents, and their respective teams. The Mechanic Supervisor oversees a comprehensive preventive maintenance program for the golf course assets including over $5M fleet of equipment, service areas, maintenance facility complex, tools, technology, and parts. 

The individual will be expected to create a supportive, professional environment reflective of a top performing facility in the United States.


  • Learn the culture, operations, service standards and team at The Club at Carlton Woods. 
  • Ensure foundational preventative maintenance programs, equipment inventory and identification, digital record keeping, and communication programs are current.
  • Provide input and oversight into the development of the maintenance facility best management practices including compliance, safety requirements, label database including SDS & MSDS labels, equipment wash and storage practices, fuel facilities, and waste handling. 
  • Collaborate with the Director of Grounds on all budgetary information, pricing and work order systems for parts and supplies. 


  • Positive, humble, exemplary leader with a do whatever it takes attitude
  • Resident expert in equipment service, repair, safety, and facility maintenance.
  • Highly engaged, approachable, proactive, and intuitive leader.
  • Takes personal pride in educating, training staff, and ensuring a welcoming environment for employees, members, and guests.
  • Technically sound in Diesel engine, fabrication, welding, and knowledge base of golf course equipment fleet; seeks out information and furthering their proficiency from industry experts.
  • Builds relationships with staff, senior leaders, and local suppliers and technicians.
  • Can handle candid conversation, and exercises patience, persistence, and ability to adapt to varying situations given the scope of operations.
  • Attentive to details, and organizational skills to ensure preventative maintenance schedules are on point.
  • Knowledge and ability to properly maintain cutting units and equipment at a very high standard.
  • Strive to provide optimal playing conditions for our membership every day.
  • Confident in utilizing newer technologies from GPS systems to various computer programs.
  • Strong time-management, technology, and organizational skills.


  • Maintain a comprehensive inventory of all golf course equipment, including machinery, vehicles, hand tools, and systems. Keep track of equipment details, such as purchase dates, maintenance records, and replacement schedules.
  • Implement a regular maintenance schedule for all equipment to prevent breakdowns and extend their lifespan. Conduct routine inspections, lubrication, cleaning, and minor repairs to address issues before they become major problems.
  • Utilize a reliable equipment tracking system to monitor usage, maintenance activities, and repairs. 
  • Provide proper training to equipment operators to ensure they understand how to operate and maintain the equipment safely and effectively. 
  • Establish strict safety protocols for equipment operation and maintenance. Emphasize the importance of wearing appropriate protective gear, following safety guidelines, and conducting regular safety inspections.
  • Create and manage a comprehensive budget alongside the Director of Golf Courses and Grounds.
  • Equipment Storage and Security for proper security measures, such as locks, alarms, and video surveillance, to safeguard valuable assets.
  • Efficiently manage the golf course fleet by tracking usage, monitoring fuel consumption, and implementing maintenance schedules. 
  • Continuously evaluate equipment performance to identify areas for improvement. Monitor factors like fuel efficiency, maintenance costs, downtime, and the quality of results achieved.
  • Utilize data and analytics to make informed decisions about equipment management. 
  • Stay up to date with local regulations and environmental requirements related to equipment use, facility storage, safety, maintenance, disposal, emissions, noise pollution, and hazardous materials.
  • Builds relationships with industry suppliers, technicians, and trade schools to provide continuous development for Fall Line employees.
  • Pushes themself to consistently find the best solutions, practices, and methods to provide a world-class product and service. 
  • Manage golf cart fleet including perform preventative maintenance to ensure carts are safe, mechanically sound and maintained with a detailing program. 
  • Maintain company vehicles and driving range equipment with preventative maintenance


  • $95,000-$110,000 per year
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance 
  • 401K with 5% match
  • 14 PTO days plus sick time year one
  • College tuition assistants for children of employees
  • Meals
  • Professional development and continued education
  • Employee partner recognition events


  • Minimum 3 years assistant mechanic at a high end facility or higher background.
  • A certificate or degree from an accredited automotive repair, diesel engine or similar field is preferred; or verifiable on the job training
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.