We are seeking an experienced, resourceful and passionate leader
to embrace the maintenance of our property and every facet of
engineering operations for The Scott!
About This Job Summary of Position:
To maintain the entire facility that is The Scott Resort & Spa;
to include the physical building structures, all mechanical,
electrical, H.V.A.C. systems, pools, and related equipment in
accordance with energy conservation and preventive maintenance
programs. Ensure the upkeep of all guest and associate areas to
maintain an attractive well-maintained resort. Manage and oversee
all renovation and other special projects.
Essential Functions :
Conduct walk-throughs and visually assesses the safe and
efficient maintenance and operation of the physical structures of
the resort, all mechanical, electrical, H.V.A.C. systems and any
other related equipment.
Verifies completion of all routine maintenance in public spaces,
meeting rooms, outlets, back of the house spaces and grounds.
Verifies completion of all repairs, replacements, and renovation
projects that take place in all offices and the employee work
Hires, thoroughly trains and/or ensures that all Engineering
Associates are thoroughly trained; supervises and coaches all staff
that fall under the Engineering department.
Regularly informs the General Manager and all Resort Department
Heads on the specific and overall condition of the building
structures, related systems and equipment. Offering prudent and
cost effective proposals for maintaining the same equipment and/or
proposals for purchasing new equipment or new systems. Accesses and
inputs information via computer to generate various reports.
Adheres to all purchasing policies and controls, as required by
the Director of Finance and Corporate Office, to include all
outside contractor bids, budgets and schedules.
Maintains effective energy management and preventive maintenance
programs by conducting special training resort wide. The training
focuses on the safe and effective use of equipment and it also
focuses on energy conservation resort wide.
Maintain financial responsibilities including managing the
annual budget for Engineering, review monthly P&L reports,
monitoring labor costs to budget, comparing payroll projections to
Review and approve training materials, monitoring testing
coaching, mentoring, and recognition tools.
Attend weekly Leadership meetings (as scheduled) and communicate
pertinent messages to staff. Attend Stand Up and needed
pre-convention meetings and other meetings assigned by the General
Manager (or insure attendance of Engineering Supervisor).
Lead department goal planning, continuous improvement projects,
and recurring training efforts
Empower team and self to handle difficult guest situations and
guest challenges to ensure satisfactory results for all
Implement new resort procedures, as necessary.
Mentor, delegate and work closely with Engineering
Assure quality service and develop and maintain 4 diamond
quality service levels.
Other tasks as assigned by General Manager/Director of
In addition to performance of the essential functions, this
position may be required to perform a combination of supportive
functions, based upon the particular requirements of The Scott
Resort and Spa.
Maintains organized and efficient administrative and filing
systems within Engineering for the timely and accurate handling of
correspondence, reports, requisitions for purchase, and other
administrative requirements of the department.
Maintains a well-defined and organized system within the shop
for inventory. Maintenance and storage of all tools, products,
materials, and equipment necessary to execute the required
activities of the department.
Immediately available to report to the resort in the event of
any emergency which necessitates the skills and expertise of the
Director. By example such emergencies may include but not limited
to: fires, power outages, equipment failures, etc.
Perform other duties as requested, such as coordination and
supervision of special guest requests for suite and/or meeting
space modification, construction of props for special resort
functions and employee relations events.
Education: Graduation from high school and from an
apprenticeship and/or advanced training program for operating
engineers recognized by the industry and trade. Or any other
combination of education, training, or experience that provides the
necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job.
College degree preferred.
Experience: Five years experience as journey mechanic or
engineer with a class “A” hotel company or related industry. Two
years experience as head or Chief Engineer in the same or similar
Certificates or Licenses: Any licenses or permits that may
be required by federal / state law or company regulations, such as
an electrician’s license.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Excellent knowledge of electrical systems, components, and
devices, H.V.A.C. systems, boilers, mechanical systems, maintenance
and repair of all areas.
Excellent knowledge of public construction and building systems,
all related permits, licensing, new and existing codes pertaining
to public building and fire safety.
Ability to properly and safely use all tools equipment,
materials, chemicals, and products related to the department.
Excellent English verbal, written, and interpersonal
Able to communicate in a positive way, train associates, offer
assistance in areas where associates lack knowledge, skills and/or
experience. Able to rephrase or translate fairly technical
information into terms a lay person may easily understand.
Ability to analyze all associated systems as to their design,
intent, and effective performance.
Abe to climb, stand, stoop and maneuver around the property and
work area in order to perform the essential functions of the
Ability to train and supervise with strong leadership skills
Ability to make quick and efficient decisions to benefit the
team, guest and the resort.
Ability to use a moderately complex computer system and
troubleshoot software problems associated with Engineering.
Communicates effectively: Speaks and listens in a clear,
thorough, and timely manner, effectively reading and writing, using
the English language
Professional Appearance: Exhibits an appearance appropriate for
a four diamond resort (Specific grooming standards are available
• Attendance as scheduled is a critical element in all positions
at The Scott Resort & Spa.
The Scott Resort & Spa’s leaders and team members believe each
guest should be treated with respect and professionalism. We create
A HEARTfelt experience…BEyond Expectations, enticing our guests to
return again and again. In order to be successful at The Scott,
team members must share both our vision and our values (Helpful,
Ethical, Attentive, Resourceful and Thankful). This includes
possessing and demonstrating a high level of courtesy and respect
for both internal and external guests. Our forward thinking, fun,
friendly, engaging and enthusiastic team members treat every guest
as if they were our only guest. A true customer focus is essential
to success with our property.
Telephone (480) 945-7666
Reservations (800) 528-7867
The Scott Resort & Spa artfully blends the upscale appeal of a
downtown Scottsdale location with the casual elegance of a lush
Imagine yourself soaking in the sun at our bright and breezy
main pool, cocktail in hand from The Canal Club Poolside. Or, if
you’re feeling more playful, wade into our sandy beach pool, where
sand castles are definitely encouraged.
Delight in this lavishly landscaped oasis by day, and cozy up by
the warm, romantic fire pits at night. At The Scott Resort & Spa,
you’ll know what it means to get away from it all.