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Mechanic II - Journey Level - Year Round - Full Time

Company: Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation
Location: Steamboat Springs
Posted on: October 4, 2021

Job Description:

Who We Are: Steamboat- Ski Town, U.S.A. ®  is known as the friendliest mountain destination in the world, thanks to our western heritage and welcoming staff. We pride ourselves on hiring the best employees and providing the best experience in the industry. Our employee satisfaction scores top the charts and we have employees who choose to work for the resort for 2, 5, 10, 20 plus years. Fair warning, starting a job at Steamboat could lead to endless fun, lifelong friendships and a rooted sense of community.

Who We’re Looking For: Friendly folks who want to work at the best ski resort, play in Champagne Powder and meet friends from around the world. If you like to provide incredible guest service with a friendly attitude, you’re ready to join our team. If your dream job includes skiing and riding, interacting with guests, rewarding work, free concerts, fireworks, employee parties and more-we’d love to hear from you!

Perks & Benefits: Year Round employees at Steamboat are eligible for medical, dental, vision, legal plan, pet insurance, PTO and Vacation, Paid Parental Leave, health saving account with  employer contribution as well as the perks and benefits that all Steamboat employees enjoy. These include a Steamboat and Alterra Mountain ski pass for you and eligible dependents, competitive compensation, retail/rental discounts, food & beverage discounts, industry pro deal discounts, friends & family discounted tickets subject to restrictions, reservations and/or blackout dates, 401(k) plan with a generous company match, (eligibility rules apply), Employee Assistance Program, and a chance to learn and advance within Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. Steamboat employees are also eligible for discounted tuition with partner online universities for all Alterra Mountain Company employees to further their education.

Mountain Operations is looking for a jack of all trades to be their new mechanic! Two years’ heavy equipment repair experience or one year automotive tech training is required.

Detailed job description, including responsibilities, work performed, tools or equipment used, etc.:
• Repair equipment, vehicles, snowmobiles, small engines in accordance with SSRC quality and efficiency standards.
• Service equipment daily - vehicles, snowmobiles, small engines - diagnose and repair vehicle systems including engine, transmission, electrical, steering, suspension, braking, hydraulics, etc. to specification following direction by management and higher-level technicians.
• Directing the work of less experienced mechanics
• Repair orders - work on maintenance and repair orders with efficiency and in accordance with standards. Check completed repair order for accuracy.
• Work with other departments - explain mechanical diagnosis and required repairs in a non-technical manner to internal customers (other departments).
• Follow proper tracking procedures. Complete repair orders for maintenance work performed. Adapt to varying tasks according to changing volume and business needs.
• Perform maintenance in a timely manner to ensure continued operation of equipment.
• Fueling
• Continuously learn new technical information and techniques in order to stay current with rapidly changing technology.
• Compliance with all company policies and procedures as well as any regulatory requirements
• Other duties, as assigned
• Must have own tools

Minimum skills, experience, education and ability required for this job:
• Two years’ heavy equipment repair experience or one year automotive tech training. School may be substituted for one year repair experience.
• Must be familiar with all types of shop equipment such as tire changing machine, wheel balance, jacks
and cutting torch, etc.
• Must have valid drivers license and meet company’s insurance carrier requirement
• Adhere to all safety policies
• Interact, model, and maintain positive relationships with guests, co-workers and management consistent with SSRC’s Service Excellence standards

Physical Requirements:
• Must lift up to 40 lbs
• Must stand for long periods of time and bend over for long periods of time
• Must work under and on equipment on uneven surfaces

Miscellaneous information:
• This is an hourly paid position subject to overtime pay
• Position requires working weekends and holidays as needed
• Pursuant to county and/or state orders and company policies, every employee is required to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms, practice social distancing, wash hands frequently, wear a mask per current guidelines, self-report and call in immediately and stay home if sick and assist with sanitizing and disinfecting work areas. Employees must follow all resort mitigation plans and protocols, which can be found posted on resort buildings and on Beekeeper

The base hourly pay range below represents the low and high end of the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation hourly pay range for this position. Actual pay will vary and may be above or below the range based on various factors including but not limited to experience, education, training, location, merit system, quantity or quality of production, responsibilities, and regular and/or necessary travel. The range listed is just one component of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation’s total compensation package for employees. Other rewards may include short-term and long-term incentives and many region-specific benefits.

Steamboat area base hourly pay range: $22.50 per hour

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation is an equal opportunity

Keywords: Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation, Vail , Mechanic II - Journey Level - Year Round - Full Time, Other , Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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