SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Carry out assigned duties to assist the Chief Engineer in maintaining the hotel’s buildings, grounds, and equipment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
- Report to work on time in appropriate attire. Maintain high standards of personal appearance and grooming, which include wearing the proper uniform and nametag when working.
- Maintain positive work environment by behaving and communicating in a cordial, courteous and professional manner with guests, co-workers and supervisors.
- Must maintain a clean and safe environment.
- Follow all safety guidelines.
- Answer guest service calls timely and efficiently.
- Repair guest room locks and hardware.
- Perform minor painting, wallpaper hanging and furniture touch up.
- Fully understand and complete all repairs from the Preventative Maintenance Program and keep up-to-date records as required.
- Fully understand the building plumbing system, including shut off valves, and make minor repairs, i.e. unplug drains.
- Fully understand the location and general maintenance of the hotel telephone system.
- Performs minor repair work such as rewiring, re-lamping changing ballasts, install switches and outlets using testing equipment.
- Performs repairs on televisions, and repairs on the hotel’s on-command television system. Changes and replaces televisions as needed.
- Fully understand the hotel’s heating and cooling system in order to locate problems, make repairs and regulate temperatures.
- Must have a working knowledge of basic hand tools and other equipment including brushes, rollers, scrapers, sandpaper, spray guns, lift, etc.
- A seasoned Maintenance Engineer may be asked to train new employees.
- Fully understand the building life safety system and how to operate it.
- Other duties as assigned by management.
Employees must meet these minimum requirements:
Educational skills—high school diploma
Job experience—1 year
Communication skills—Speak, read and write English
Business mechanical skills—none
Physical activities and requirements—standing and walking 100% of the time, frequent lifting and bending, must be able to lift 50 pounds
Work conditions—hot, cold, dirty at times, hazardous materials may be present, work alone or with others
Responsibilities—frequent care of equipment, frequent safety of others, frequent guest contact, occasional confidential data, frequent decision making, and occasional supervisory capacity
Sensory requirements—full sight, full hearing