Chief of Engineer/Maintenance Supervisor - TownePlace Suites Newnan
Paramount Hospitality Management, LLC
4001 McIntosh Parkway
Hospitality - Hotel, Engineering, Customer Service
- Knowledge of all maintenance trades, including basic electrical, plumbing, mechanical and carpentry
- Basic mechanical aptitude for operation and repair of hotel equipment
- Working knowledge of basic hand and power tools
- Professional, polished appearance
- Background, credit, and job reference check; drug screening
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills; friendly manner and positive attitude
- Ability to work in an environment that requires multi-tasking
Benefits include competitive pay, insurance (medical, dental, vision), paid vacation, structured retirement plan, and a chance to work with a great team of motivated people.
Due to the nature of the hospitality industry, team members may be required to work varying schedules to reflect the business needs of the hotel.
As the Maintenance Assistant, you are responsible for maintaining the hotel in good repair, inclusive of guest rooms, public space, back of the house, and exterior. You will perform various tasks related to a variety of trades including but not limited to carpentry, plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, painting, wall covering, and masonry to ensure an attractive and well-maintained hotel. You will assist with periodical preventative inspections of the property to maintain the condition and appearance of the hotel. The maintenance assistant is expected to aid housekeeping in all maintenance related tasks and respond quickly and appropriately to guest requests and/or special needs.
- Inspect guestrooms, public space, and back of the house for areas to repair, touch up, or replace
- Repair or replace items such as light bulbs, lamps, switches, outlets, faucets, toilets, air conditioners, TVs, hardware, filters, paint, furniture, wall coverings, caulking, grouting, or other miscellaneous items
- Assist other department team members in the systematic application of the preventative maintenance program
- Make record of repairs made, or areas needing further attention
- Maintain inventory of supplies needed to perform job function
- Report major repairs and items that cannot be repaired to the Chief Engineer or GM for further action and, if necessary, place a room out of order
- Due to the nature of the business, the individual may be required to do other duties and special projects as assigned by the Chief Engineer, such as water proofing, shop clean up and labeling of hazardous materials
- Spot checking of guest and public areas to ensure standards are maintained
- Ensure proper supply levels are maintained and ordered in a timely manner
- Ensure strong communications between all departments
- Conduct periodic interior and exterior property walks to ensure the cleanliness of the hotel
Safety and Security Management
- Know local health and safety codes and regulations that apply to the hotel.
- Understand and implement “Right to Know" laws.
- Recognize and correct potential safety hazards such as broken doors or railings, fire hazards, etc.
- Recognize and correct potential security problems such as locking doors after hours, etc.
- Understand and follow policies and procedures for the hotel's key control system and ensures others are trained in same.
- Use ongoing safety training to minimize worker's compensation claims
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