In a hotel, a staff maintenance person responds to requests for repairs to the inside or outside of the building.Engage in flexible work schedules to be able to perform well during emergencies.You may change light bulbs and fix faucetsYou may also do more complex tasks such as maintaining heating and air conditioning units or landscaping the grounds.Inspect the grounds, buildings, furniture and equipment in the hotel for things in need of repair.Light plumbing, electrical or structural problems.Corresponds directly with customers.Need to be available to hotel guests. Guests will contact you, explain an issue they’re having in their room, and you will need the customer service skills to communicate effectively and handle their complaints.Work together with the front office manager and housekeeper, and connects with the manager to discuss any aspect of operations which will involve the maintenance department.Carry out assessment of requirements for completion of reports, or work orders to the management as stated by standard procedures.Engage in flexible work schedules to be able to perform well during emergencies.Assist in remodeling and construction of new projects as may be required.FLEXIBLE HOURSOPEN TO WORKING WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS
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