Maintenance Manger
Dartmouth Marriott
35 Shubie, Dartmouth Crossing
Maintenance Manager
Know how to maintain a building and the equipment in it. You also understand the importance of hospitality and how to train and supervise a team to deliver on the promise of "all things in working order". You are the in charge of the Maintenance/Engineering Department's success.

In the role of Maintenance Manager, you will
Be A Point Person -- manage the maintenance/engineering department including selecting, training, and overseeing the staff which maintains the physical operation of the hotel including building structure, pool, fixtures, refrigeration, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, water treatment, electrical systems and grounds. It is your job to support the mission of a safe, secure and comfortable guest environment from a physical plant perspective, as well as a positive guest and employee experience.

Walk the Talk -- in you role, you need to be walking your hotel every day -- getting out and inspecting the areas you are responsible for and training or retraining the team when things don't meet expectations. You understand that protecting the asset for investors and owners as well as guests and coworkers is a priority so overseeing the maintenance, service and repair of the hotel and its equipment is a priority you take seriously.

Be a Leader -- help create an environment that's engaging and one where talented people want to join, learn, do their best, and advance.

Be the Manager on Duty -- Once a moth be available to work a weekend in support of the entire team.~

Job Requirements
This role requires at least three years of progressive experience in a related field with previous supervisory experience required and customer service and hotel experience preferred.
At least three years of practical experience in one or more of the technical trades (HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, electrical, pool technician) is also strongly preferred, as is any license the property may require.

Previous experience with budgeting is helpful as well as a good working knowledge of the various Microsoft software programs utilized at the hotel. The ability to work with the various tools utilized in the department is also key.

To be successful in this role, you must be able to read, write, and verbally communicate effectively and professionally in English with associates, guests, and hotel management.

Physical requirements include the ability to perform heavy work - exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 50 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.

The role also requires the ability to stand for long periods of time and walk long distances as well as the ability to bend, stretch, twist or reach with your body and arms and ability to work under variable temperatures and noise levels. You must have near vision - the ability to see details at close range and must be able to climb stairs and descend stairs in a timely fashion without fatigue as well as the ability to move quickly and agilely if a situation requiring quick assistance arises.
Long work hours are sometimes required. Work will be under variable temperature conditions and noise levels and will be both outdoors and indoors (including potentially on roofs). Work will also be around chemicals, fumes and/or odor hazards as well as around dust and/or mite hazards.
How to Apply
Contact Name: Rick Norman
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