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General Maintenance Engineer - 2nd Shift

Company Name:
Hyatt
## Description
At Hyatt, we believe our guests select Hyatt because of our caring and attentive associates who are focused on providing efficient service and meaningful experiences.
This General Maintenance Engineer is responsible for a variety of daily repairs, guest room calls/repairs, and other maintenance projects. This position will require the following skills: electrical, plumbing, dry wall repair, swimming pool operations, general building and equipment knowledge, as well as customer service and troubleshooting skills. This person will work directly with the hotel's Engineering team to ensure the smooth running of all hotel facilities. This person must have physical stamina to lift, bend, push, pull, and stand for long periods of time.
Hyatt associates work in an environment that demands exceptional performance yet reaps great rewards. Hyatt has the best to offer in cook jobs: Whether it''s career opportunities, job enrichment or a supportive work environment, if you are ready for this challenge, then we are ready for you.
## Qualifications
Available to work Sunday through Thursday from 3:30pm - 12:00am
Must be flexible to work a varied schedule when necessary based on business and staffing levels
Relevant work experience and technical skills required
Good verbal communication and customer service skills
Ability to troubleshoot and solve problems with limited supervision
Ability to stand for long periods of time and lift a moderate to heavy amount of weight
Primary Location: US-KY-Louisville
Organization: Hyatt Regency Louisville
Pay Basis: Hourly
Job Level: Hourly/Entry Level Employee
Job: Engineering/Facility Management
Req ID: LOU000586

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