Job Duties: Performs routine maintenance on building interior and exterior. Maintains and repairs buildings' plumbing and electrical systems, including replacing worn or defective parts such as switches and fuses. Maintains all fixtures and equipment according to preventative maintenance schedule, and records such as maintenance in log book. Replaces worn or damaged parts such as hoses, wiring, and belts, in machines and equipment. Assists other departments as needed Maintains and services pool including testing and recording as stated by State and City regulations. Knowledge in painting, HVAC and electrical preferred. May need to lift up-to 75lbs
It is his or her duty to acknowledge and welcome guests in line with company standards.
The role of the maintenance technician working in a hotel also involves anticipating and acknowledging needs, and rendering assistance to persons with disabilities.
He/she identifies guests with regard and adheres to quality standards and expectations.
He/she ensures and maintains an encouraging working relationship with guests and other staff members.
They will be in charge of building maintenance activities involving maintenance of ice machines, fitness rooms, hot tubs, saunas, swimming pools, emergency generators, switch rooms, water softeners, exhaust type units, driveways, sidewalks and parking lots, and ensures that each activity is reported to the appropriate manager in authority.
The maintenance technician will also be required to perform annual, quarterly, and monthly preventative maintenance activities.
To be effective on the job, maintenance technicians should possess the following qualities and qualifications:
By e-mail or they can stop by the hotel and fill out an application that they can get at the Front Desk. Santo is available from 7am-3pm M-F to set up an interview.