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Resort Maintenance Supervisor

Company Name:
Koch Davis
Maintain general units, common areas, pool/pool areas and grounds as required to company standards. Determine the priority and distribution of workload to applicable personnel as determined by reviewing occupancy reports, housekeeping reports and other related materials. Assess workload and assign tasks/work orders overseeing them to completion. Assist all maintenance techs with daily duties as related to propertys condition and prioritizing workloads. Competencies in plumbing, electric and HVAC repairs with minimal assistance or supervision. Perform preventative maintenance of all aspects of units, common areas and grounds as required. Monitor and repair HVAC system for the entire facility. Monitor and repair the water (boiler) system in living units and facilities to ensure adequate hot water supply for guests, customers and employees. Repair/replace doors, windows, walls, floor, ceilings, roofs, furniture, cabinetry and remodeling work as required. Reset/replace breakers, ballast and other electrical fixtures including switches and sockets; prevent and trouble shoot possible electric hazards. Preventive programs on all systems such as HVAC, boilers, pool certification etc. Working knowledge of appliances. Repair interior walls, wall coverings and ceilings by patching drywall, replacing wood or wall coverings or texture and painting.
Job Requirements
4 years of experience in facilities maintenance. 1 years of experience supervisory. 1 year mechanical experience (HVAC, electrical, plumbing). EPA certification. CPO certification. Extensive walking and standing. Manual dexterity and mobility required. Competent skills regarding the operation of small hand and electrical tools, basic electrical, carpentry, painting and small machinery repair. Excellent communication skills. Must be able to work independently and with minimal supervision.
Education
High school diploma
Client
A quality provider of family vacation services.

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