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Engineer 2 - General Maintenance


  • Inspect guestrooms, public space and back of the house for areas to repair, touch up or replace.
  • Repairs, or replace items such as light bulbs, lamps, switches, outlets, faucets, toilets, hardware, filters, paint, furniture, wall coverings, caulking, grouting or other miscellaneous items
  • Assists other department team members in the systematic application of the preventive maintenance program.
  • Makes records of repairs made, or areas needing further attention.



  • In addition to performance of the essential functions, this position may be required to perform a combination of the following supportive functions, with the percentage of time performing each function to be solely determined by the supervisor based upon the particular requirements of the company.
  • Maintains inventory of supplies needed to perform job function.
  • Reports major repairs and items that cannot be repaired to the dispatcher 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 supervisor, such as water proofing, shop clean up and labeling of hazardous materials.


Frequency Key: Never – 0 hours; Rare – up to 1 hour; Occasional – 1-3 hours; Frequent – 3-6 Hours; Constant – 6-8 hours

Physical Activity                                  Frequency

Sitting                                                  Occasional

Walking                                                Constant

Climbing stairs                                    Frequent


Crouching/Bending/Stooping               Frequent

Reaching                                              Frequent

Grasping                                              Frequent

Pushing/Pulling                                   Frequent

Near Vision                                          Constant

Far Vision                                            Constant

Hearing                                                Constant

Talking                                                 Frequent

Smell                                                   Frequent

Lifting/Carrying (#50+ lbs.)                  Occasional

Travel                                                   Never


  • Regular attendance in conformance with the standards, which may be established by Edward Village from time to time, is essential to the successful performance of this position. 
  • Perform reasonable duties as assigned by Management.


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may be required when performing work duties that may have the potential of risk to your health or safety. The hotel will provide the required PPE. Team members will be trained in the proper use and care of any assigned PPE. It is your responsibility to report defective, damaged or lost PPE, or equipment that does not fit properly, to your Manager.


The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities and be able to explain and demonstrate that he or she can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation.

  • 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.
  • Basic English language communication and mathematical skills in order to communicate with co- workers fully comprehend job assignments and perform accurate simple arithmetic functions.
  • HVAC knowledge, certification preferred



  • High School graduate or equivalent preferred.


  • Basic experience in maintenance trades, including HVAC, electrical, plumbing, mechanical and carpentry.
  • Prior property operations experience is required.


  • Ability to obtain any government required license or certificate.
  • Trades licences preferred.
  • CPR certification and/or First Aid training preferred.


All employees must maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance. Specific uniform guidelines and/or required articles of clothing will be explained to you as a part of the orientation process.


The hospitality business functions seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. In addition, this is a hospitality business and a hospitable service atmosphere must be projected at all times.

Upon employment, all employees are required to fully comply with Edward Hotel & Convention Center rules and regulations for the safe and efficient operation of hotel facilities. Employees who violate hotel rules and regulations will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.

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