posted November 19, 2019AC Hotel New York Times Square
The Building Maintenance Supervisor is a position, where you would be responsible for maintaining the physical functionality and safety of the hotel. Specific tasks include: Responding to guest requests, performing preventative maintenance duties and procedures, leading a team of Building Maintenance Tech I, II to complete tasks as assigned by the Computerized Maintenance Management System (QUORE). Perform tasks as assigned by the Assistant General Manager and General Manager. Perform HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Carpentry, Painting projects. Oversee 3rd party outside contractors including but not limited to: Landscaper, Elevator, Fire Alarm and Sprinkler, Kitchen Equipment. Conduct and Record Energy Savings opportunities, Record and report completed repairs, and any items that require further attention.
Respond to Guest Related calls in a timely fashion. Efficiently plan and schedule Building Maintenance Techs as needed to properly cover the hotels operating hours. Respond to emergency situations promptly. Provide great guest service and complete task in a professional and hospitable manner while maintaining a professional appearance.
FSD Certification Preferred. Must be capable of completing the requirements for certification of Hotel Fire Safety Director within first 6-8 months of employment. (Classes and certifications paid by employer)
Essential Functions, Duties, Responsibilities to be performed with or without accommodation
Skill, Experience, and Competency Requirements
Physical and Intellectual Requirements
Schedule with varying days and hours of work, weekends and holidays
Other duties as assigned by supervisor
Designed for an amazing stay – and your best night’s rest – in the city that never sleeps! This Times Square hotel melds an urban vibe with classic elements that harken back to its Spanish roots. Shared spaces feature local artwork, while guestrooms are an oasis of modern design, with sleek furnishings as well as complimentary WiFi, wide-screen TVs, and comfortable bed. Options like private balconies and ceiling-to-floor windows make the most of city views. This perfectly positioned hotel near the Garment District is within the city center, walkable to everywhere and only a half-block from public transportation, yet just enough removed to keep the bustle at bay. A year-round rooftop bar serves up views of NYC’s iconic skyline along with signature cocktails, Happy Hour rituals, and tapas. And local restaurant, on the lobby level, features a European-inspired breakfast, and market driven authentic Spanish cuisine for lunch and dinner in an atmosphere that sparks connections with people, food and wine.