Chief Engineer Holiday Inn Cleveland Clinic | Holiday Inn

Job Description

Role Purpose

As Engineering Director you’ll direct the engineering/maintenance of your hotel and ensure the safety and comfort of hotel guests and team members – making sure all activities are delivered safely and with compliance. Motivating and training your team with the skills to keep hotels always looking their best. 

Key Accountabilities

People

  • Direct daily engineering needs, plan and assign work ensuring you always have the right team in place.
  • Develop your team and improve their performance through coaching and feedback, and create performance and development goals for colleagues – recognise good performance. 
  • Promote teamwork and quality service through daily communication and coordination with other departments.
  • Communicate with all hotel department heads to stay informed of maintenance needs and ensure timely responses to requests. 

Guest Experience

  • Help guests needs to ensure their satisfaction.
  • Use a maintenance programme to ensure the hotel is maintained and in service for our guests. 

Responsible Business

  • Oversee the physical operations of the hotel, including maintenance and repair and order parts and supplies in a timely and efficient manner while minimising waste and maintaining “green” initiatives.
  • May be responsible for hotel security to minimise risk of theft, crime and other hazards.
  • Ad-hoc duties – unexpected moments when we have to pull together to get a task done. 

Accountabilities

This is the top Maintenance/Engineering job in a large, luxury, resort, or major flagship hotel with multiple sites and facilities, a number of major outlets, high-volume catering and convention facilities, and a large number of VIP and key guests. Supervises a staff of maintenance/engineering tradespersons and contractors. May oversee subordinate managers and supervisors. 

Key Skills & Experiences

  • Some college or advanced vocational training 
  • Four years’ experience in general building maintenance and/or construction or equivalent combination of education and experience 
  • Specialised expertise in plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and carpentry fields 
  • Level 3 EPA Certification, HVAC and refrigeration certificate, licensed plumber and/or journeyman status for electrician and carpenter may be required 
  • Hotel experience preferred 
  • Professional certification and licence if required by law 

Role Purpose

As Engineering Director you’ll direct the engineering/maintenance of your hotel and ensure the safety and comfort of hotel guests and team members – making sure all activities are delivered safely and with compliance. Motivating and training your team with the skills to keep hotels always looking their best. 

Key Accountabilities

People

  • Direct daily engineering needs, plan and assign work ensuring you always have the right team in place.
  • Develop your team and improve their performance through coaching and feedback, and create performance and development goals for colleagues – recognise good performance. 
  • Promote teamwork and quality service through daily communication and coordination with other departments.
  • Communicate with all hotel department heads to stay informed of maintenance needs and ensure timely responses to requests. 

Guest Experience

  • Help guests needs to ensure their satisfaction.
  • Use a maintenance programme to ensure the hotel is maintained and in service for our guests. 

Responsible Business

  • Oversee the physical operations of the hotel, including maintenance and repair and order parts and supplies in a timely and efficient manner while minimising waste and maintaining “green” initiatives.
  • May be responsible for hotel security to minimise risk of theft, crime and other hazards.
  • Ad-hoc duties – unexpected moments when we have to pull together to get a task done. 

Accountabilities

This is the top Maintenance/Engineering job in a large, luxury, resort, or major flagship hotel with multiple sites and facilities, a number of major outlets, high-volume catering and convention facilities, and a large number of VIP and key guests. Supervises a staff of maintenance/engineering tradespersons and contractors. May oversee subordinate managers and supervisors. 

Key Skills & Experiences

  • Some college or advanced vocational training 
  • Four years’ experience in general building maintenance and/or construction or equivalent combination of education and experience 
  • Specialised expertise in plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and carpentry fields 
  • Level 3 EPA Certification, HVAC and refrigeration certificate, licensed plumber and/or journeyman status for electrician and carpenter may be required 
  • Hotel experience preferred 
  • Professional certification and licence if required by law 

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