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Airport Maintenance Technician
GENERAL PURPOSE: Under general supervision, performs skilled and semiskilled maintenance, repair, up keep work and provides customer service at the New Braunfels Municipal Airport (BAZ). PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. • Assists in providing for the delivery of high quality customer service; communicates with general public, hangar tenants, day visitors and others in order to facilitate daily operations, special events and maintenance of airport grounds and buildings and to ensure a positive experience while at the airport. • Performs line service duties for incoming aircraft including parking, refueling, cleaning of windshields, checking oil, and other services as requested by aircraft operators, following proper safety procedures. • Withdraws and returns aircraft to hangars as requested; secures aircraft for overnight tie down when necessary. • Performs cashiering and basic clerical and administrative duties in accordance with departmental procedures and City policies, including data entry, record keeping, preparing and processing various documents, and maintaining files. • Performs inspection, maintenance and repairs of City airport facilities, including but not limited to the airfield, roadways, structures, work areas and facilities, and ground support equipment, in compliance with applicable FAA, OSHA and TXDOT (Texas Department of Transportation) regulations, as well as with departmental procedures and City policies. • Assures that all activities meet state and Federal safety compliance regulations; enforces compliance with safety notices and use regulations from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Texas Department of Transportation. • Operates a variety of trucks and specialized airport equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedure; inspects, cleans and performs routine maintenance work on trucks and equipment; identifies and reports mechanical problems and damage. • Performs routine building maintenance and custodial duties and a variety of manual labor tasks; maintains structures and equipment, and makes minor maintenance repairs. • Completes daily logs and reports as required. • Promptly reports emergency situations to the designated parties and implements response procedures; may assist with aircraft crash rescue duties. • Performs other duties as assigned or required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and Experience: High School Diploma or GED; AND three (3) years applicable airport operations experience, specifically aircraft refueling and towing; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required Licenses or Certifications: • Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License.
Required Knowledge of: • City organization, operations, policies and procedures. • Applicable laws, standards and regulations relating to airport operations and safety precautions. • OSHA safety standards and safe work practices. • Tools, materials, equipment, techniques and procedures used in maintenance and preventive maintenance of an aviation facility. • General aviation and airport security and safety procedures. • Airport specialty vehicle and equipment operation, maintenance and safety procedures. • Principles of record keeping and records management. Required Skill in: • Performing a wide variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and repair of airport facilities and equipment. • Dispensing fuel to small general aviation aircraft, turboprops, and jets. • Safe operation of trucks, tools and equipment according to airport operating and safety procedures. • Reading and interpreting technical specifications for vehicles and equipment. • Reading, interpreting, understanding and applying airport safety standards and procedures • Dealing tactfully and courteously with the general public, and providing effective and friendly customer services. • Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with City employees and the general public. • Operating a personal computer utilizing standard business software. Physical Demands / Work Environment: • Work is performed outdoors, in aircraft maintenance facilities, and in an office environment.
Work is performed indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions, with exposure to hazardous equipment, requires constant physical efforts for extended periods, and ability to safely lift, carry and move items weighing up to eighty (80) pounds. • Must be able to work irregular hours including weekends, holidays and evenings. May be required to work immediately before, during or immediately after an emergency or disaster.
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Chief Engineer, Front Desk, Maintenance Tech II - Projects, Housekeepe
Chief Engineer, Front Desk, Maintenance Tech II - Projects, Housekeepe
Full Time Year round positions! Excellent benefits package/bonus potential!Chief Engineer Front Desk Maintenance Tech II - Projects Maintenance Project Laborers Housekeepers (8a-4:30p) HousepersonSee for details and to apply online or email .The Christie Lodge is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Category: Building Maintenance , Keywords: Building Maintenance Worker
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Fleet Maintenance Shop Foreman - $2,000 Sign-On Bonus! - BWI Airport
Job DescriptionLooking for a new career? Join First Transit as Shop Foreman!We service transit shuttle buses at BWI Airport.Join First Transit as a Transit Bus Shop Foreman and oversee and assist in the maintenance, repair, and overhaul of buses and related equipment.
First Transit employs people who are committed to providing our customers with the highest levels of quality and customer service. We deliver what we promise.First Transit is proud to offer:$2,000 Sign-On Bonus! (conditions apply)Competitive salary based on experience
Annual Tool AllowanceDay shift schedule - Monday-Friday 9am-5pmTremendous career advancement opportunities due to a strong presence across North AmericaPaid vacation, excellent benefits, and 401kA great work environment!Shop Foreman major responsibilities:Schedule and administer fleet maintenance, assist in troubleshooting problems with equipment. Communicate availability of vehicles for service with dispatch, maintenance manager and/or other operations personnel.Repair and maintain diesel engines and bus equipment.Supervise maintenance operations.
Delegate responsibilities as appropriate and monitor performance. While involved in reviewing personnel actions (e.g., hiring, promotions and discipline), all such actions are further reviewed and approved by higher management.Ensure compliance on a day-to-day basis with State, Federal and Company requirements.Work closely with location manager providing status of maintenance and budget requirements. Review repair orders.May order fuel for all vehicles, order parts, and subcontract repair work.Supervise bus fueling.
May arrange services for building and ground keeping.Identify and recommend actions to improve operating efficiency.Complete special projects as assigned. Required to perform hands-on work activities.Shop Foreman job requirements:High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum 5 years of experience working on transit buses; minimum 2 years of supervisory experience required
Must have or obtain within 90 days CDL Operator's license with Passenger and Air Brake endorsements
Must have a minimum of 4 Transit ASE Certifications; Master Transit Technician preferred
Must have appropriate mechanic's tool set
Become a part of our team – Apply today!First Transit is a leading provider of transportation contract and management services, moving more than 350 million passengers annually. First Transit employs more than 19,500 dedicated transit professionals through fixed-route, paratransit, college/airport shuttle services and rail operations at more than 300 locations in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Panama and India.
With a dedication to safety and outstanding customer service, First Transit sets itself apart from other providers in the industry.First Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Company DescriptionFirst Transit is a leading provider of transportation contract and management services, moving more than 350 million passengers annually. First Transit employs more than 19,500 dedicated transit professionals through fixed-route, paratransit, college/airport shuttle services and rail operations at more than 300 locations in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Panama and India.
With a dedication to safety and outstanding customer service, First Transit sets itself apart from other providers in the industry.
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Chief Engineer / Maintenance Leader 1682
Cost of living that is 21% below the US average
Great family environment in an absolutely beautiful area
Very affordable housing
Great schools that have a very low student/ teacher ratio
You are close to a wide range of outdoor activities that include hiking, camping, great skiing, and rafting
Close to nationally known universities
Relocation is provided
A greatcompensation package and generous benefits are offered for this key role thatinclude: Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance, EAP, EducationalReimbursement, Employer Retirement Account, Travel Accident InsurancePrescription / Drug, 401K Match, Vacation, and a Flexible Spending Account
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Provides engineering skills and management direction to the Engineering and Maintenance Departments.
Coordinates and leads all engineering and maintenance systems at the facility.
Directly supervises plant engineers and maintenance process managers of various technical levels (currently 3-4 salaried employees, 16 maintenance skilled craftsman).
Leads the preparation, administration, and execution of the plant capital construction and special expense programs.
Manages both a Capital and Expense Budget.
Implements state of the art engineering / construction management techniques
Facilitates the design, construction, and startup of new facilities
Ensures contractor compliance with HSEP requirements.
Uses external consultants when required to address project or process issues.
Scrutinizes plant utility usage and costs.
Develops and endorses new ideas, new technologies and new engineering approaches.
Challenges the status quo and best practices in an effort to continuously reduce lead times.
Coordinates with other groups to deliver appropriate training on lean manufacturing.
Assists in understanding and implementation of debottlenecking techniques such as quick changeover, MEE analysis, Pareto analyses, etc.
Promotes Cost Reduction efforts.
Oversees plant process computer hardware and software engineering and maintenance.
Accountable for Fixed Assets Inventory and Updates.
Engineering degree, BSEE, other Engineering degrees considered with applicable experience.
Skilled in multiple areas including high voltage, DCS, electrical distribution, substations transformers, programmable logic controller.
7 years minimum Industrial Experience.
Experienced in leading plant engineering and maintenance groups
Skilled in the use of TOC and Lean Manufacturing.
Understands project and plant cost systems.
Demonstrated Strong Leadership
Ability to lead problem Solving Efforts.
Effective in teamwork and communication.
Proficient in Computer Software Usage such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
Must have strong communication skills to deliver updates to all levels of the organization.
- Knowledge of Graphite Manufacturing Process and Equipment is a strong plus.
- Working with union multicraft trades is a plus
Advanced education is a plus
Chief Maintenance Engineer - Commercial
Lillibridge is a Chicago-based healthcare real estate firm. Our parent company is Ventas Inc., a Fortune 500 REIT (www.ventasreit.com). As an industry leader, Lillibridge has decades of experience in healthcare real estate and specializes in advisory services, acquisition and development, and property management and leasing of medical office and ambulatory healthcare properties nationwide. One of the largest firms in this sector, we own / manage 24M sf across 450 healthcare properties in 32 states, 200+ markets and 160+ cities. More than 10M people a year visit our buildings to maintain their good health and get well.
A Chief Engineer to oversee full maintenance responsibilities for a portfolio of on and off-campus medical office buildings. Responsibilities to include, but not limited to, all general repairs and preventative maintenance of building systems, knowledge of various HVAC systems, utility savings efforts, lighting and fire/life safety systems, to ensure optimal client/tenant satisfaction. Position to manage and maintain policies and procedures, standards and reporting related to all maintenance functions, including, budgeting, contracts and recommendations for capital expenditures.
- Coordinates with General Manager to design, implement, and manage a computerized preventative maintenance program and work order system
- Oversees the operation and performance of routine repairs and preventative maintenance on building equipment and building systems efficiently and effectively
- Responds to tenant calls and performs necessary repairs or adjustments as appropriate
- Performs daily rounds of buildings and common areas to maintain a safe and pleasant environment
- Oversee completion all work order documentation in accordance with departmental protocol
- Schedules daily tasks, preventative maintenance, and projects with maintenance staff
- Maintains engineering logs and completes required reports
- Review and update MSDS log books
- Maintains inventory of tools and equipment
- Maintains all mechanical rooms, storage areas, shop areas, in a clean and safe condition
- Assists with the monitoring of vendors and outside contractors as appropriate
- Directs and trains maintenance personnel in the safe and effective operation of equipment and building systems
- Supervises monitors and evaluates the performance and effectiveness of maintenance personnel and regularly informs General Manager of status
- Assists with the development of annual budgets and monitors adherence to budgeted financial targets
- Responds to emergency situations in accordance with departmental policies and procedures
- Assists with the implementation of ongoing improvement programs (i.e. Energy Star, LEED, etc)
- Requisitions supplies, materials, and vendor work with approval from General Manager
- Adheres to all safety standards, policies & procedures, and codes of conduct
- Reports all pertinent events and activities to General Manager
- Other duties and special projects as assigned
- Successful completion of a two-year college/technical school, or 7 to 10 years of related work experience and technical training, medical office building experience preferred
- CFC handling certification preferred
- Demonstrated experience in supervising a comparable size engineering staff
- Ability to understand and interpret design documents, manufacturer’s specifications and written operation procedures
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills to ensure teamwork and positive client/tenant relations
- Ability to exercise prudent judgment
- Ability to organize and prioritize tasks to ensure accuracy and timely completion
- Excellent verbal and written skills
- Basic aptitude for mathematics and ability to assist in maintenance budget preparation
- Ability to lift and move 100 pound objects by applying proper body mechanics
- Ability to read/understand blue prints, CAD experience preferred
- Demonstrated experience in oversight of energy savings efforts and initiatives
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and related work order programs
- Must have ability to drive personal vehicle to various locations
Lillibridge offers a competitive compensation and benefits package to the successful candidate.
Lillibridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Chief Engineer - Maintenance Manager
Hyatt Place is coming to beautiful St. George! With the hotel industry booming here in Southern Utah, here's an opportunity to be a part of the unparalleled hotel-opening experience. We are actively seeking the ideal candidate for our full-time Chief Engineer position. If ensuring that equipment, devices, and all types of gizmos and gadgets are working at an optimal level is what makes you feel alive, we want you on our team. Apply today!
About Hyatt Place Hotels
At Hyatt Place, we understand that every trip has a purpose, and every stay should be an opportunity to recharge and make the next day more successful than the one before. After all, our guests never settle. So neither do we.
Our values - Respect, Integrity, Humility, Empathy, Creativity and Fun - are our guiding principles and they have shaped our culture over the years. By joining Hyatt, you will have a unique opportunity to experience 'authentic hospitality' as one of our colleagues. You will continue to learn new skills and acquire additional knowledge, and develop in your career to fulfill your personal and professional goals.
As a colleague of the Hyatt team, not only will you receive outstanding rewards and recognition, you will also be a part of a larger family. Your team will support your well-being and you will be part of a collaborative work environment.
A Day in the Life of a Chief Engineer
As an important member of the management team, you as the Chief Engineer will ensure that all aspects of the Engineering & Maintenance Department are functioning smoothly. These aspects include the hiring of team members, training/mentoring team members, consulting blueprints/manuals as needed, and more. Your ingrained sense of urgency will quickly and efficiently attend to any mechanical or structural property issues. In addition, you will adhere to a material and labor budget set forth by you and the Hotel Manager.
What you need to be qualified for this job:
Previous and exemplary maintenance experience
Excellent communication skills
A flexible schedule
A positive team-player attitude
A willingness to strive for excellence
A longing for leadership
Ability to work independently
Ability to multitask to meet a variety of deadlines
Strong organizational and project management skills
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Chief Engineer/Director Of Facilities Maintenance
Chief Engineer/Director of Facilities Maintenance About Planet Earth Los Angeles: Planet Earth is a well-capitalized, newly formed company that will recycle post consumer polyethylene terephthalate ( PET ) and manufacture high recycled PET ( rPET ) content packaging for the food, beverage, cosmetics and other consumer products industries in our completely vertically integrated plant.
The plant is currently under construction in Vernon, CA and will be our corporate headquarters. We plan to build several more similar plants across the US to establish the first coast-to-coast network of high quality bottle grade rPET packaging manufacturing facilities. Our goal is to be the industry leader in low carbon footprint/sustainable PET based packaging.
Position Summary: We are seeking an experienced Chief Engineer/Director of Facilities Maintenance for our corporate headquarters in Vernon, CA. The successful candidate will develop, implement and oversee all of the plant and equipment maintenance and repair activities.
The plant will be run 24/7 365. We're seeking an impact player - who is fully aligned with our mission - who can grow alongside us and impact our success story. The Chief Engineer will help to set our culture that will reward success, be inclusive, open to new ideas and be a meritocracy where individuals are promoted on the basis of their performance, ability to grow and contribute to our success.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the manufacturing sector preferably in packaging materials manufacturing and/or PET recycling, be knowledgeable about California and Federal worker safety requirements, has developed new hire and ongoing worker training regimens for the maintenance/preventative maintenance of many types of equipment. This is a dynamic role that requires the ability to develop and track equipment maintenance regimens for front end PET sorting equipment, conveyers, grinders, wash lines, decontamination, pneumatic materials conveyance, sheet, thermoform and preform manufacturing lines along with auxiliary equipment that is critical to the plant s operation. Engineering activities are designed to enhance people safety, product quality, protection of the environment and the performance of the operations.
Position Requirements and Responsibilities: BS Degree/Diploma in Engineering or related studies (Mechanical, Materials Science, Chemical, Food, Packaging, Electrical or other). Highly qualified candidates with significant work experience will be considered that do not have a four-year degree. Highly motivated, self-starter with 5 years related experience.
Manage and lead a team, ensuring adequate staffing levels, recruitment, training, development, appraisal, attendance and addressing any disciplinary issues. Ability to multitask and prioritize a changing workload in a very fast paced environment. Preferably project management skills in the upgrade of existing equipment and in the expansion, planning, oversight and installation of new lines.
Ensure the success of preventative maintenance as the multi-discipline, team-based approach to proactively maintain/ improve the reliability and performance of the company's assets to deliver continuous improvement in the value the assets deliver to the business. Hands-on with experience in the maintenance and repair of state-of-the-art PET recycling and polymer processing and converting manufacturing equipment, i.e. sheet/film extrusion, injection molding, thermoforming, or other large, sophisticated manufacturing equipment. Experience in the design, implementation and management of scheduled and ad-hoc equipment servicing, refurbishment and repair.
Regularly check the technical integrity and performance of plants PET recycling and packaging manufacturing equipment. Be proactive in seeking additional resources or preparing training if a gap exists. Diagnose operational issues and identifies appropriate plans to streamline operations, increase equipment uptime and reduce manufacturing cost and unnecessary repair costs.
Ensures a disciplined and consistent process for the periodic maintenance/preventative maintenance of all equipment and facilities. An absolute intolerance for unsafe situations and actions. Only implementing significant changes after understanding their impact on product safety/quality, people safety and the environment.
Experience with Process Improvement approaches (Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, Organizational Excellence, Practical Process Improvement, etc.) The desire to teach and mentor Strong strategic thinking and analytical skills Must possess computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, email, etc. Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills with the ability to communicate and influence personnel at all levels of the organization. Benchmark rPET flake and polymer processing equipment efficiency, technical downtime, changeover and maintenance cost.
Ability to thrive in a rapid-paced and dynamic business environment. Knowledge of accepted training and development practices. An entrepreneurial spirit and the desire to have a meaningful role in the building of an industry leading organization. Apply Online Below
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Chief Maintenance Test Pilot - Fort Campbell, KY - Contingent Upon Award
- This position is contingent upon contract award.*
The Chief Maintenance Test Pilot will interface with the program and customer as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) on aircraft operations. Provides training to personnel, examines aircraft and audits items such as flight plans and other documents.
Responsible for the supervision and management of pilots assigned to the program.
Responsible for performing test flights and demonstrating aircraft proficiency upon completion of aircraft maintenance or modifications on aircraft.
Determine, in accordance with publications and procedures, the airworthiness of aircraft prior to release for flight.
Perform troubleshooting procedures of aircraft on the ground and during flight, and makes appropriate write-ups or gives verbal instructions to correct deficiencies.
Coordinate scheduling and logistics of various aircraft that are needed by the customer to complete the mission.
Perform recovery flights and ferry aircraft to additional sites, such as depots.
Verify accuracy of forms and records used in the performance of maintenance to ensure they comply with work performed prior to ground or flight checks.
Run-up aircraft for alert status, perform tests on modifications, and function as a member of the Maintenance Recovery Teams when an operational check or test flight is required.
Fly with military aircrews and provide instruction and currency training as required.
Interpret meteorological data as it pertains to filing a flight plan for the navigational course of flight needed for a sortie and file a flight plan for all flights using authorized processes.
Compute and complete weight and balance logs for the aircraft.
Operate navigational and communication equipment installed on the aircraft.
Perform other qualified duties as required.
Qualifications and Skills Requirements
Able to meet the training and qualification requirements of AFI 10-220 and DCMA 8210.0.
Able to pass flight proficiency examinations by an authorized examination agency.
Able to attain, or currently possess, a current FAA Medical Certificate Second Class.
Demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written.
Fluent in the English language.
Able to develop procedures and work instructions.
Able to perform scheduling and the logistics of aircraft movement.
Proficiency in developing flight plans and critiquing flight plans.
Experience in Quality Assurance of Flight Maintenance.
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance if required by the program.
Proficiency in various computer programs desirable (ex: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio etc.).
Prefer previous attendance at the Aviation Safety Officer Course (ASOC).
Must have a Final Secret Clearance
Experience and Education
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Bachelor degree in related area preferred.
Five (5) or more years working as a trainer with commercial aircraft services or the military.
Proven successful experience working in complex and matrixed environments preferred.
Valid FAA commercial pilot certificate for assigned aircraft type (rotorcraft/fixed wing) and instrument ratings.
Satisfactorily completed a proficiency check within the previous twelve (12) months.
1,500 or more hours first pilot with 500 hours experience in assigned aircraft type of which at least 300 hours must have been in aircraft assigned.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Works in a normal office environment with controlled temperature and lighting conditions.
May be exposed to loud aircraft, and the usual exhaust of aircraft.
Environment can be hot at times on the flight line and in the flight hangers with considerable walking between buildings.
Must be able to work varied weekly schedules driven by maintenance test flights and other operational requirements.
Chief Maintenance Technician Trainee
Mission Linen Supply has immediate opportunities for our Chief Maintenance Technician Training Program in state-of-the-art operating plants in Phoenix, AZ and our California plants in Sacramento, Salinas, Santa Maria, and Chino.
We are seeking hard working, motivated, and energetic individuals to work for a great company! Mission's culture provides employees a professional, safe and positive work environment with numerous opportunities for growth and success. If you are seeking full-time employment with full benefits including; health insurance (medical, dental, vision), a retirement savings program, paid time off (sick, holiday, vacation) and MORE apply today.
This newly-developed program is designed to place high-potential Maintenance Technician on a track for career opportunities in engineering and production management at Mission Linen Supply. This is a fast-track, nine-month program in which you are trained by Mission's top Chief and Regional Technicians to lead the maintenance activities of your own industrial laundry facility. In less than one year, you will learn what most of our technicians learn in five. After successful completion of the program, you have the opportunity to move into a Chief Technician position at one of our 25 facilities, and ultimately, grow into the Production Manager role and beyond if desired. This is not typically an entry-level position- we want experienced technicians who are ready to learn our industry machinery, understand our customer-base, and contribute to a successful production team.Experience gained during this program provides a strong foundation for understanding our business and assuming a leadership role in our Company. We will pair you closely with experienced maintenance engineers and plant teams to learn all aspects of an industrial laundry facility.
Specific areas include:
Electrical Training ? PLC's-schematics, Control Panels
Electrical Engineering Courses
Boiler Training /Testing, Chemicals, and Welding
Energy Conservation and Waste Water Training
Hydraulics, CAD Drawing, Fabrications, and Pneumatics
Industrial Laundry Equipment Specifics ?Ironers, Folders, Press Equipment, Washers/Extractors, Tumblers, and Towel Folders
Safety Training- Fork Lift and Lock Out/Tag Out
All along the way you'll have the support of senior management, complete progress reports from the learning and development department, and participate in company-sponsored development workshops. Upon successful completion, you'll be qualified for promotion to a Chief Technician position at a Mission facility. You'll be part of a career track which includes opportunities for growth in key plant positions throughout the Company.
Qualified candidates will have the education and experience that demonstrate intelligence, commitment, and a willingness to learn ? all necessary to succeed at Mission. Industry experience is not required, but we look for dynamic individuals with a high degree of electrical/mechanical aptitude, and a strong potential for career growth.
Associates degree or certification in a related industrial field
Experience in both industrial electrical and mechanical maintenance/repair
Military experience is welcomed
The ability to relocate after completion of the program is important for career growth
Mission Linen Supply is a family owned, privately held company, and a leading provider of products, services, and supplies to hospitality, medical, and industrial businesses. Founded in 1930 and headquartered in Santa Barbara, the company has grown from a one-man operation to a leading player in the linen rental and uniform business across five western states. Mission Linen Supply is widely recognized for its ability to understand, anticipate, and meet its customers 'needs while providing environmentally friendly goods and services.
Mission Linen Supply is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO), Affirmative Action Plan (AAP), VEVRAA Protected Veterans, Federal Contractor and Worker with Disabilities employer. Mission Linen Supply is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, active duty wartime or campaign badge veteran or any other protected status with respect to recruitment, hiring, promotion and other terms and conditions of employment. Worker with Disabilities needing assistance applying please feel free to call HR Office at 805-730-3612.
To be considered for employment with Mission Linen Supply, you will need to apply online at missionlinen.com, select careers and apply for the position you are interested in. We will review your qualifications and will contact you via email or phone if you are selected for an interview.
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Chief Maintenance Engineer - Home2 Suites Lex Park
The Cherry Cove Group
Cherry Cove Mission Statement: At Cherry Cove, we pledge to provide distinctive quality and unparalleled customer service as we strive to gain the respect and trust of our customers, and exceed their expectations.
The Cherry Cove Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
GENERAL POSITION DESCRIPTION
The hotel Maintenance Engineer is a full-time Non-Exempt position reporting directly to the General Manager. The Maintenance Engineer is responsible for directing the installation and repair of all electrical, mechanical and architectural systems throughout the facility to insure safety and efficiency.
Ability to schedule, prioritize, and delegate workload required
Strong written/oral communication and organizational skills required
Proven team and interpersonal skills required
Computer software proficiency preferred (hotel computer based programs, word processing, spreadsheet, PowerPoint, project scheduling, etc.)
Working knowledge of hotel brand standards preferred
Process mapping and re-engineering skills preferred
TRAINING & EXPERIENCE
2-3 years of management experience in hotel maintenance operations or related/prior work experience in a similar field required
Ability to compute basic mathematical calculations required
Incumbent will be reimbursed for all reasonable expenses incurred in carrying out the responsibilities of the position in accordance with Cherry Coves expense reimbursement policies
Incumbent is eligible for all Company benefits and provisions as outlined in the Cherry Cove employee handbook.
SCHEDULE & WORKING CONDITIONS
Incumbent will perform the majority of their duties at the hotel property but may need to travel locally to purchase needed supplies.
Incumbent may need to travel to corporate office on occasion to participate in company training, information sharing, and execution of business responsibilities.
The hospitality business functions seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. In addition, this is a hospitality business and a hospitable service atmosphere must be projected at all times.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Reviews maintenance problems, guest complaints, and work orders to prioritize and schedule work assignments.
Monitors and inspects assigned work.
Trouble-shoots, diagnoses, and repairs malfunctioning electrical/mechanical systems and equipment.
Inspects property to identify current and future requirements.
Plans and executes on-going maintenance programs.
Performs preventative maintenance assignments in accordance with company standards.
Services the hotel pool.
Guest Services: Establishes and sustains a culture that strives to meet or exceed customer expectations. Specifically:
Personally demonstrates a commitment to guest service by proactively responding to guest needs.
Trains and empowers hotel staff to deliver superior guest service.
Proactively partners with GM, AGM, and CEO to develop value-added customer service programs, in accordance with brand and company standards.
Proactively works with GM, AGM and CEO to develop performance measures and reward incentives that reinforce the brand and company commitment to customer service.
Proactively communicates to guests about hospitality promotions, local attractions, and points of interest.
Human Resource Management: Supports the GM and AGM in:
Recruits, selects, and trains a skilled a motivated maintenance work force, if necessary.
Maintains a positive, cooperative work environment between staff and management.
Actively supports training and development to enable superior guest service.
Profit Management: Supports the GM and AGM in:
Preparation of annual budget.
Controlling costs and maximizing revenue in the maintenance and housekeeping departments.
Maintaining inventory of supplies and ensuring proper inventory/cost control procedures.
Solicits bids from contractors and evaluates bids, as appropriate.
Justifies capital projects
Maintains physical product standards by managing preventative maintenance programs.
Safety and Security: Supports the GM and AGM in creating and reinforcing a workspace culture that emphasizes safety and security, specifically:
Coordinates with local health, safety, fire, and building inspectors to ensure compliance with all applicable codes and regulations.
Recognizes, reports, and corrects conditions which may create security and safety hazards.
Understands and adheres to policies and procedures for the hotels key control system.
Leads on-going safety training to minimize workers compensation claims.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED BY THE GM AND CEO.
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