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POST DATE 9/7/2016
END DATE 10/10/2016
Hilton Key Largo Resort
Key Largo, FL
JOB DESCRIPTIONNo of Opening: 1
Job Shift: Flexible
Davidson Hotels & Resorts is one of the largest and most successful independent hotel management companies in the industry. The combined experience of our team represents a breadth and depth of expertise that is unmatched, and we believe our people are the cornerstone of our success. We are committed to making Davidson a great place to work and provide the foundation for building successful careers. If you share our passion for delivering hospitality where details matter, apply today to join our team!
The Director of Engineering is responsible for maintaining the entire hotel facility, all interior operations, exterior landscaping and parking areas. Other areas include the physical building structure, all mechanical, electrical, HVAC systems and related equipment, hazard systems, life safety equipment, electrical, kitchen and laundry, exercise equipment and pool/sauna upkeep. Day to day management will include delegating work assignments, monitoring and controlling parts and labor expenditure, administering outside engineering vendor contracts, selecting, training and developing employees. This position will also be responsible in keeping all records up to date to comply with brand quality assurance guidelines.
Previous experience as a Director or Assistant Director required.
Hotel, institutional, HVAC systems experience of 3-5 years.
Refrigeration, HVAC certification.
Working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, life safety systems, preventative maintenance systems etc.
Budget management, cost control and financial responsibility experience with stationary engineering licensed preferred.
Valid Driver s license.
Ability to communicate effectively with public and other Team Members.
EOE/AA- Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
Davidson Hotels & Resorts is a drug free workplace. Pre-employment drug test, background check, and job assessment required.