POSITION DESCRIPTION:  Maintenance Technician

DEPARTMENT:  Engineering

REPORTS TO: Chief Engineer


1.         SUMMARY:

The main function of the Little America Hotel Maintenance Technician is to perform all maintenance and repair procedures on a wide variety of Hotel assets, making the most cost effective use of human and equipment resources.


2.         TASKS:

            The tasks that are essential to perform the functions of this position are:

·         Perform service and repair of all hotel refrigeration units (kitchen walk-in and reach-in refrigerators, ice machines, ice cream machines, etc.).

·         Perform service of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and their components: boilers, pumps, valves, blowers, air compressors, pneumatic controls, etc.

·         Perform service and repair of any and all kitchen equipment, such as ovens, grills, broilers, mixers, steamers, automatic door openers, wet belts, etc.

·         Perform service and repair of laundry equipment, such as irons, folders, washer, dryers, etc.

·         Perform maintenance of all hotel plumbing systems, and repair sewage lines in guest rooms and public facilities.

·         Perform service and maintenance of hotel electrical system.

·         Perform service and maintenance of hotel electrical items, such as TVs, radios, PBX, etc.

·         Perform service and repair to water systems and waters softeners.

·         Perform functions of a locksmith: repairing and installing locks, cutting keys, etc.

·         Order replacement parts to facilitate repairs.

·         Respond to guests’ requests for maintenance assistance in their rooms.

·         Other duties as assigned or as appropriate to ensure safe and effective operation of hotel assets.



·         Ability to ascend or descend rung ladders, scaffolding, and the like safely and with agility; to work safely in elevated places; and to maintain body equilibrium to prevent falling from precarious situations.

·         Ability to lift 50 pounds.

·         Ability to work safely and effectively in confined spaces.

·         Ability to substantially press against an object with steady force in order to push forward, downward or outward.