Reach Your Peak at Vail Resorts. As a community of adventurers and discoverers, Vail Resorts delivers an experience of a lifetime to our guests and our employees. Our team is made whole by the brave, passionate individuals who ambitiously push boundaries and challenge the status quo. Whether you’re looking for seasonal work or the career of a lifetime, join us today to reach your peak.
Job duties include, but are not limited to:
- Provide preventative and predictive maintenance of electrical systems, conduct daily rounds and readings.
- Lead successful installation and repair of electrical systems and wiring including but not limited to: power distribution systems, LED lighting systems, control systems, control panels, components of machinery and equipment, data and low voltage systems.
- Complete daily work orders as assigned and update team with daily reports outlining progress and new issues.
- Identify when and external contractor/vendor is needed and work in collaboration with contractor/vendor to complete work.
- Develop and maintain inventories of electrical materials.
- Perform maintenance job functions as needed or directed, including but not limited to basic repairs of Resort’s MEP infrastructure, equipment and utilities.
- Participate in winterization and spring start-ups on applicable systems.
- Plan, schedule, and coordinate daily and future workload; develop scope, options, and budgets for tasks and projects.
- Requisition materials, parts, tools equipment and services needed for work assignments; order and pick up materials and supplies from outside vendors as appropriate; prepare cost estimates for jobs.
- Confer with managerial and technical personnel, other departments, and contractors in order to resolve problems and to coordinate activities.
- Identify cost saving opportunities and plan for system updates and efficiency improvements.
- Troubleshoot problems and provide technical assistance to staff in solving maintenance, mechanical and repair problems.
- Inspect work in progress and upon completion ensure that work complies with applicable codes and regulations.
- Read diagrams, blueprints, specifications and manuals for installations and repairs.
- Prepare a variety of correspondence, procedures and periodic and special reports of work performed.
- Use standard office equipment including a computer in the course of work
- Drive company vehicles to work sites and attend meetings.
- High School graduate or equivalent.
- Valid State of Vermont Master Electrician license required.
- 10 years minimum hands-on commercial or industrial electrical experience.
- Demonstrated ability to perform a wide variety of maintenance and operational tasks.
- Ability to troubleshoot controls and electrical systems with amp meters, voltmeters, tracers and recording devices.
- Ability to trouble-shoot variable frequency drive (VFD) devices and controls.
- Thorough understanding of low voltage and high voltage systems.
- Thorough understanding of single phase and three phase AC circuits.
- Strong understanding of Vermont adopted electrical codes including NFPA 70E
- Knowledge of fire alarm systems and operation
- Knowledgeable in fire safety practices and aware of general liability exposures in a public facilities environment.
- Ability to read electrical schematics, electrical prints, wiring diagrams and nameplates.
- Extensive technical knowledge of the installation, repair and maintenance of facility systems.
- Ability to identify problems and effectively manage/troubleshoot issues in a timely fashion.
- Must be able to work individually/unsupervised as well as part of team
- Must possess willingness to assist with the overall needs of the department and resort.
- Ability to communicate (spoken and written) effectively and clearly to customers and all levels of staff.
- Train and engage with other team members to develop their skills and your leadership experience.
- Basic computer skills in programs necessary to accomplish assigned duties.
- Lead with safety and lead by example – identify and correct safety improvement opportunities.
- Maintain a professional appearance and deliver exceptional guest service.
- Must be able to work a flexible schedule with seasonal weekend, night, and holiday requirements
- Must be comfortable working outside in extreme weather conditions
- Job requires standing for long periods of time, frequent walking, reaching, climbing and good balance, kneeling, crouching, and crawling.
- Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs., work at heights, confined spaces, ladders (up to 40’), utility spaces, remote locations, and use resort transportation (ride lifts, groomer, ATV/UTV)
- Valid US Driver's License – ability to drive various company vehicles
- Knowledge of proper use of power tools, hand tools and other industry equipment
Stowe Mountain Resort is widely revered as the Ski Capital of the East. Located on Vermont’s highest peak, Stowe is a renowned world-class, family-friendly destination, offering year-round amenities from skiing to rock climbing and zip-lining. Travelers are drawn from across the globe to this dynamic mountain and the legendary community of this passionate, quintessential New England ski town. Come join the Stowe Mountain team where you’ll instantly feel at home. www.vailresortscareers.com
Vail Resorts is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status or any other status protected by applicable law.
Requisition ID 314647