posted November 13, 2019Hampton Inn & Suites Arundel Mills/Baltimore
The Maintenance Engineer will support all aspects of property maintenance, to include grounds, guest rooms, kitchen/breakfast room prep areas and other public and back of house areas. The Maintenance Engineer will execute projects in support of preventive maintenance and equipment maintenance programs, and will help to maintain the hotel's HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems. The primary responsibility of the Maintenance Engineer is to ensure that maintenance requests are completed in a timely, thorough and quality fashion.
Hampton Inn & Suites Arundel Mills/Baltimore is eight minutes from Baltimore/Washington International Airport. Guests can stay at our Hanover, Maryland hotel before an early morning flight and take advantage of our park-and-fly package. If travelers are in the Baltimore area for business or to explore the U.S. Capitol, they will enjoy our convenient location ten miles from downtown Baltimore and thirty miles to Washington, DC.
Arundel Mills Mall adjacent to the hotel features over 200 shops, dining and entertainment options including Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament and Maryland LIVE, Maryland’s largest casino and entertainment complex.
During a stay in the Baltimore/Washington, DC area, guests can enjoy spacious guest rooms and suites with room to work and unwind. All rooms and suites feature a microwave, refrigerator, free high-speed internet access, large work desks, and lap desks for your convenience. For extra space, we offer studio suites with one king- or two queen-sized beds and sofa bed.
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