Purpose: The Engineer is responsible for the preventative and corrective maintenance of the entire hotel, interior and exterior. The Maintenance Engineer is also responsible for the development, execution and follow-through of the hotel work order system.
Position Overview: Responsibilities include maintaining all equipment, systems and building components, including, but not limited to, mechanical and electrical systems, pumps, HVAC, refrigeration, plumbing, locks, furniture, paint, wall coverings, tile and other equipment.
Key Responsibilities: •Respond to and handle guest requests in a courteous, efficient, safe manner. •Perform repairs and maintenance as needed or requested by guests, Housekeeping, Front Office and/or management. Such duties could consist of HVAC, plumbing and electrical repairs, and furniture replacement and/or repair, etc. •Perform preventive maintenance and necessary repairs an all hotel equipment, including laundry, boiler, plumbing, pool, HVAC, electrical and guest rooms.
Qualifications: •Minimum of 2 years hotel engineering/building maintenance experience •Knowledge of building engineering/maintenance with specific knowledge of electrical, HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, emergency systems and safe equipment usage is preferred
For its Los Angeles debut, Dream Hotels introduces its west coast flagship to the palm-lined streets of Los Angeles. At the corner of Selma Avenue and N. Cahuenga Boulevard, tucked among the scenic Hollywood Hills, Dream Hollywood boasts 178 playfully sophisticated guest rooms with subtle nods to the mid-century modern aesthetic iconic to Los Angeles. Pulsing with energy, glamour and a rebellious spirit, Dream Hotels and TAO Group have partnered to create a modern oasis; a California Dream come true. Coupled with a vibrant offering of nightlife and dining, including our irresistible rooftop The Highlight Room, TAO, Beauty & Essex, and Avenue, Dream Hollywood playfully blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. We invite you to explore and be the star of your own adventure.
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