Maintenance Engineering- Hotel Valley Ho
Position Summary: The Engineer is an hourly staff position within the Engineering department. The main focus of this position is to perform maintenance on the pool, spas and water features. This person must be proactive in their approach to solving daily challenges. The Pool Engineer will also perform other duties within the engineering department as directed by the Assistant Chief or Director of Engineering.
- The Engineer will perform PM and repair work to all types of pools, spas and water features and related filtration equipment within the hotel and grounds.
- The Engineer will assist guests with service requests on an as needed basis.
- The Engineer will be responsible for keeping a daily log of all duties performed on the pool, spas and water features including daily water quality tests.
- The Engineer will have to meet all challenges with a positive and proactive attitude.
- The Engineer will have to perform work so that it is done on time and satisfactorily to all parties concerned.
- The Engineer will perform other duties within the engineering department at the discretion of engineering management.
- The Engineer will be responsible for pool and spa sanitation and it’s resulting safety to our guests.
Specific job knowledge, skill and ability:
The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities and be able to explain and demonstrate that he/she can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation, using some other combination of skills and abilities.
- Must possess adequate written, verbal and spoken communication skills in the English Language.
- Must possess ability to follow instructions.
- At least 3 years in resort pool maintenance or acceptable similar field(s).
- Proven mechanical aptitude in pool / spa and pump motor maintenance, water quality balancing and plumbing repair.
- Possess or the ability to acquire, NSPF pool operator’s certification.
- Must posses the ability to perform basic mathematical computations as it relates to water quality and balancing.
- Standing, walking, climbing ladders
- Lifting through full range (50 lbs.)
- Physical flexibility enough to work in confined spaces
- Work in temperature extremes of heat, cold, inclement weather
- Ability to properly wear any required personal protective equipment
- Ability to work at heights above 6’
- Proper professional attire required by following appearance guidelines as set forth in the Employee Handbook.
- Appearance must always be neat, clean and professional.
- Name badge and proper/uniform must be worn at all times.