Engineer V, Rooms - Full Time at Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass Company Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. owns, manages and franchises some of the most well-known brands in the industry. We are proud of who we are and happy to share some of those details with you. We are relatively young company; however we have a history full of stories of growth, innovation, and triumph. We are fortunate enough to have a rich history from each of our unique brands, and are proud of the heritage they represent. Starwood Hotels & Resorts brings together some of the strongest and most well-recognized brands in the hospitality industry. Each brand offers a distinctive experience to guests and presents a unique opportunity for associates: Sheraton, Four Points by Sheraton, W Hotels, the Luxury Collection, Le Meridien, element, Aloft, Westin Hotels & Resorts and St Regis Hotels & Resorts - these are Starwood Hotels & Resorts. We have a well thought-out business philosophy that has served us well in the past, and the future looks bright as our company improves and grows. The Company is an equal opportunity employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy), age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or veteran status, or any other status or characteristic protected by law. Location The Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass is a 500-room resort designed to be an authentic representation of the Gila River Indian Communitys heritage and culture. Conveniently located 11 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on the Gila River Indian Community, the resort offers guests a full recreational, cultural and inspirational experience. The architecture, art and legends of the Pima and Maricopa tribes are celebrated in every detail imaginable, indoors and out. Located in the Sonoran Desert on an expanse of rugged Arizona landscape where ancient vistas, mountains and roaming wild horses remain untouched, this unique resort includes 36-holes of championship Troon(R) Golf, Arizonas only spa located on a Native American reservation, Forbes Four-Star Aji spa, featuring Native American-inspired treatments and Koli, an onsite equestrian center. A true destination resort, the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse pass offers four restaurants including the signature restaurant Kai, meaning Seed in Pima, which is the only AAA Five Diamond/Forbes Five Star dining experience in Arizona.. Guest can also enjoy the many swimming pools with cascading waterfalls, a waterslide designed after the ancient Casa Grande Ruins, or a boat cruise on the Gila River to nearby attractions. Department Engineering Job Description Maintenance Engineer V, Rooms PM Non-Exempt / Full Time We are currently searching for a Maintenance Engineer 5 for our resort, specifically for rooms. Entry level knowledge and experience with drywall, paint, and vinyl desired. Mechanical aptitude needed to use reasoning skills to fix/repair items or perform tasks. Ideal candidate will also have entry level knowledge of maintenance operations and repairs. Mechanical aptitude needed to use reasoning skills to fix/repair items or perform tasks. Strong written and verbal communication skills required within this high guest profile environment. Commitment to quality, customer service, and the field of engineering is also necessary for this role. Ability to work flexible schedule including days, evenings, weekends, holidays, and 3rd shift required. If you want to be part of a connected community where ownership, pride, and enthusiasm reign, then let us get to know you before this one is gone! If you are currently a Starwood Hotels & Resorts Associate, and you want your journey to continue, then please visit your Human Resources Department to obtain the necessary transfer paperwork. Once completed, please apply through StarwoodOne. Requirements Essential Functions: Shifts will vary base on business levels. Proactive individual responsible for repairs as required. Job Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Entry level maintenance operations and repair with minimal knowledge and experience with drywall, paint, and vinyl. Mechanical aptitude needed to use reasoning skills to fix/repair items or perform tasks. Physical Demands: Able to lift up to 50lbs and access various difficult locations to service equipment. Educational/Experience/License/Certificate Requirements: Entry level knowledge and experience with drywall, paint, and vinyl desired. Mechanical aptitude needed to use reasoning skills to fix/repair items or perform tasks. Grooming Standards Specific to the Position: Uniform (summer) Pants and short sleeve shirt Uniform (winter) Pants and short sleeve shirt, jacket available Footwear Work shoes or boots - black Belt Black Hosiery/Socks Black Basic Grooming (i.e., fingernails, fingernail polish, tattoos, etc.) Human Resources Policy will dictate Jewelry Human Resources Policy will dictate Facial Hair (men) Unless required to war respirator Pagers/Phones Will be required to use in-house radio system Nametags To be worn at all times during shift Sunglasses Utilized if needed for exterior work Other: Slips and falls can occur from: Slippery and cluttered floors Loose or bumpy floor mats Defective ladders and footstools Poor visibility Improper Footwear Trips & Falls Do Keep floors clear of debris and obstruction. Keep floors free from trip hazards such as raised sections. Make sure that carpeting, rugs, and mats are flat and free of holes, loose threads, loose edges, and bumps that may cause tripping. Immediately remove or clean up any tripping or slipping hazard you notice or report it to your supervisor. Use traffic mirrors when coming around tight corners to see potential hazards. When carrying a load, make sure it does not block your vision. Do Not Do not use defective ladders or footstools. Do not use chairs, stools, or boxes as substitutes for ladders. Do not leave carts, boxes, trash cans, or other objects on the floors and in the aisles. Slips & Falls Do Keep floors clean, dry, and non-slippery. If you drop or spill something, or if you see a spill, clean it up immediately. Place wet floor warning signs to prevent people from slipping. Use non-slip mats and slip-resistant waxes to polish and treat floors. Replace doormats regularly. Walk dont run. Mark swinging doors with in and out signs. Do Not Do not wait for someone else to clean a spill. If you see it, you own it. Proper Footwear Do Wear shoes that protect against spilled liquids, including hot ones. Wear slip-resistant shoes. For wet surfaces, the sole should have a well-defined pattern as more edges will provide a better grip. Wear shoes or boots with internal steel toe caps if you lift and carry heavy objects Do Not Do not wear shoes that are dirty or worn out as this affects their slip-resistance.