Ashford, WA - Pierce County|
|Employment Type:||Seasonal - Full Time|
|Salary Range:||$18.15/hr. |
POSITION SUMMARY: Reports to and assists Chief of Maintenance in all phases of hotel and restaurant building and restaurant equipment maintenance.
KEY JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES:
- Promotes the spirit and intent of Guest Services Hospitality Standards.
- Supervise ongoing summer and winter project lists. Delegate duties and perform follow-up inspections.
- Routine restaurant equipment repairs.
- Coordinate and implement winterization of all Guest Services-operated buildings. Work directly with Chief of Maintenance in coordinating and completion of opening and closing procedures for all facilities.
- During winter participate in snow removal duties using snow shovel, walk-behind snow blower, and John Deere 350B using safety equipment as needed or directed.
- Check/maintain fire systems - smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, dry sprinkler systems.
- On-going refrigeration repairs as needed - trouble shooting, leak detection, recharging, installing of metering devices, evaporator fans and compressors.
- Daily check of snow removal priorities with appropriate action taken to endure guest and employee safety.
- Work directly with Chief of Maintenance in keeping accurate files on assigned systems. Keep Chief of Maintenance copied in a timely manner on status of any "call back" projects performed
- Fill in for Chief of Maintenance during vacations, illness or other absences.
- Performs such other related duties as directed or required.
NATURE AND SOURCE OF SUPERVISION: Receives working direction from the Chief of Maintenance, also Managing Director and Operations Manager.
Education: High school graduate. Secondary education preferred.
Industrial low-pressure boiler experience and/or schooling certification. Restaurant refrigeration experience and/or schooling certification. Proven ability to work on ladders or on man lift. Operation of snow cat. Thoroughly familiar with all phases of plumbing, carpentry, electrical and refrigeration repairs. Possess automobile and valid Washington State driver's license, and clean driving record.
PERSONAL QUALITIES AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be able to speak clearly and listen attentively. Must be able to write legibly as well as read and understand directions and instructions. Appearance must be in compliance with company guidelines.
Will be required to perform diverse physical tasks. Must be able to stoop, bend, grasp, and perform repetitive motions. Extensive walking and stair climbing. Good physical energy, stamina and agility. Must be able to navigate tight crawl spaces. Exposure to wet floors occurs. Must be able to work in cold, icy or snowy conditions, with elevations up to 6400 feet. Must be able to work on a ladder and above shoulder height. Must be able to lift 50 pounds periodically. Must be able to work weekends and be on-call.
Must be service and safety oriented. Must possess a sense of awareness, timelines, urgency, humor, and common sense. Must live in local community or in park. Must be able to adapt to the isolation of national park life.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: Must provide own hand tools. Company provides shop equipment such as table saw, bench grinder, pipe threading equipment, etc.