Sun Valley Resort offers a wide range of seasonal, part-time and full-time employment positions across our mountain, retail, food & beverage, recreation and administrative locations. Join our team in this beautiful year-round mountain location and take advantage of our benefits and numerous winter and summer recreation opportunities!
Mountain Vehicles Maintenance Manager
Sun Valley, ID
The Mountain Vehicles Maintenance Manager will direct and coordinate the activities of personnel engaged in repairing, maintaining, and modifying all mountain vehicles. These include but are not limited to snowcats, snowmobiles, diesel and unleaded trucks, and all other vehicles used by the mountain operations department.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Plan and schedule departmental activities to maintain the operating condition of Mountain Vehicles (and other Company vehicles as needed).
Assist and manage/supervise the maintenance of mountain vehicles.
Review complaints about mountain vehicle malfunctions from operators and assign maintenance mechanic to develop corrective modifications and/or order repairs.
Review productivity records and operating procedures to identify inefficiencies.
Update operating procedures as appropriate to increase efficiency and maintain safety.
Discuss workers’ performance issues with Mountain Director to identify and resolve issues.
Prepare division budget estimates; identify operating cost, procurement of motor vehicles, replacement parts and materials, and the cost of outside contractual services.
Recommend equipment and vehicle purchases to Mountain Director.
Attend and participate in Mountain Manager meetings.
Meet regularly with Mountain Maintenance crew to provide guidance, direction, and support.
Additional duties as assigned.
The Mountain Vehicles Maintenance Manager will directly supervise 8-10 employees in the Mountain Vehicles Maintenance Department. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Education and/or Experience:
Two year certificate from college or technical school in the maintenance or mechanical field.
Must have successfully completed and acquired a Welding Certificate.
At least 10 years of full time work experience in both the fields of maintenance and mechanics.