Summary: Under general supervision, the General Maintenance Lead performs a variety of work in the general maintenance and repair of buildings, facilities, and equipment. Performs related duties as assigned with positivity and professionalism. The Maintenance Lead differs from the General Maintenance line position in the level of responsibility; this is a working lead level. Provides direction, establishes priorities, assigns tasks, coordinates work projects and the work of other personnel as assigned by Management.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Performs all duties with the ultimate goal of exemplary guest service for both “external” and “internal” guests.
-Performs all duties as outlined for General Maintenance position in a superior manner serving as a role model for others.
-Demonstrates and teaches effective and accurate maintenance techniques to seasonal staff.
-Ensures safety precautions are followed in all areas as assigned; teaches safety whenever possible.
-Assists in the completion or completes general maintenance according to assigned maintenance request ensuring timely completion, thoroughness, and cost effectiveness.
-Performs basic preventative maintenance duties as it applies to the preventative maintenance program.
-Performs basic carpentry and painting duties as necessary.
-Reports maintenance problems accurately that require trade specific skill and attention to Maintenance Manager and/or Assistant Maintenance Manager.
-Handles multiple call-outs or work orders, works independently, and performs maintenance call-outs as necessary.
-Performs by basic record-keeping duties, equipment data collection, and records/reporst results and/or findings to appropriate persons.
-Performs basic outdoor/indoor lighting repairs as needed.
-Operates designated heavy equipment safely and efficiently as necessary and directed.
-Assists the heavy equipment operator with the loading, rigging, signaling, and operating of the equipment in a safe manner, including walk-around safety inspections.
-Wears PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) that goes with the specified tasks.
-Participates in and supports sustainability initiatives.
-Performs other duties as assigned with positivity and professionalism.
Supervisory Responsibilities: None; may provide directions and assign tasks to various staff as directed by Management.
Qualifications, Experience, Physical Demands:
-Previous experience in seasonal hospitality, especially in National Parks, highly preferred.
-Minimum of one year experience in general building maintenance, or in specified trade areas such as electrical, plumbing, carpentry, etc.
-Experience with winterization and/or opening procedures preferred.
-Valid U.S. driver’s license and good driving record required.
-Ability to work independently with little to no supervision, as well as part of a team.
-Advanced planning, organizational, time management, and prioritization skills.
-Advanced reasoning and decision making skills with the ability to make objective judgments using the factual information available.
- Prior experience operating Bobcat, golf cart, vehicle with attached trailer, and/or truck with frontend plow attachment, all in mountainous terrain in adverse weather conditions, preferred.
-CPR and First Aid certification highly preferred.
-This is a very demanding job. Physically able to: repeatedly bend, lift, reach, pull, push, lift up to 50 pounds; perform all duties in dusty or dirty conditions; perform all duties in inclement weather (snow, rain, intense sun, wind, cold, heat, etc.); repeatedly climb and descend stairs throughout workday; use required/appropriate chemicals; repeatedly kneel or lay flat on the floor or ground; work a full shift getting only those breaks as required by Oregon state law.