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groundsman

a person employed to maintain a sports ground, park, etc.
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Groundskeepers all over baseball are scrambling to help their ballparks recover from months of snow and freezing temperatures that left fields looking more ready for cross-country skiers than bats and balls.
He once worked at a 950-unit, 16-year-old community that had a maintenance staff of one supervisor, an assistant supervisor, three technicians and two groundskeepers.
After cycling to the Sky Blues Ryton training ground on his pushbike to do voluntary work at the club during his spare time from the age of 13 to 16, John was rewarded with a Modern Apprenticeship at the club, under the tuition of head groundskeeper Michael Finch.
Many town residents didn't even know it was there until a groundskeeper cleaned it off one day in 1998.
It turns out he's moved in with a male coworker, a groundskeeper, and they're lovers.
In the case, Anthony Sanders, a groundskeeper, was fired after threatening a tenant with a gun.
In this model, a trainer-supervisor is hired and trained by the host business in such jobs as desk clerk, maid, laundry worker, and groundskeeper.
A church groundskeeper said two chapels on the property were entered and vandalized and items were missing.
It's not the likes of Doctor Who babe Karen Gillan he's looking for - it's gruff Groundskeeper Willie from The Simpsons.
She attacked a groundskeeper, injuring his leg, and threw two rocks through a window.
Mr Burke, who worked as a groundskeeper at Mount St Anne's Retreat Centre, Killenard, Co Laois, died from multiple blows to the head.