Maintenance Shift Engineer
Approximately 40 hours weekly. Seasonal Position vary with start dates beginning mid-April through mid-June and ending dates vary from Labor Day to October 30.
Job Description Overview
The Maintenance Shift Engineer is responsible for general maintenance and repairs of Guest suites and common areas. Guest suite and public entry-level preventative maintenance are included.
The Maintenance Shift Engineer, like all employees, speaks English exclusively with Guests and coworkers while on duty.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Employee must be in uniform daily, including name tag properly displayed, and properly groomed per hotel standards.
- At no time are cellular phones allowed to be used during any employee’s work shift. Any employee found using a cellular phone will have the phone immediately confiscated by their supervisor or manager; it may be picked up in the front office at the end of the employee’s shift. The second infraction will result in immediate dismissal.
- Upon arrival daily, checks the “red book” at each property for any overnight issues and responds to same.
- Responsible for engineering and maintenance operations of the hotel, hotel property, restaurant and grounds.
- Responds to engineering and maintenance concerns.
- Performs and/or monitors maintenance and preventative maintenance projects.
- Ensure proper storage of all backup equipment such as HVAC units, fans, etc.
- Responds to all building related safety concerns.
- Supports hotel departmental maintenance programs and executes daily, weekly, and monthly checklists.
- Deals with Guest-related concerns.
- Maintain the Guest rooms, public space, and back of the hotel areas in good repair by performing various tasks related to a variety of trades including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, painting, wall covering, and tile to ensure attractive and well maintained hotel.
- Must possess knowledge of basic hand/power tool operation.
- Clean and maintain pool and spa area.
- Understands and practices the “15-10-5” rule – when encountering a Guest, at 15 feet, makes eye contact; at 10 feet smiles and at 5 feet says “good morning/afternoon/evening”. Enquires about Guest satisfaction whenever possible and thanks the Guest for staying with us.
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift and or push up to 100 pounds on occasion.
Uniform top and slacks provided, employee must furnish black non-logoed shoes or boots which provide adequate foot protection and are slip-resistant.
Guest Rooms and public spaces of both hotel properties.