A Tech 3 Engineer must have a Section 608 Universal HVAC certificate or an LME (Limited Maintenance Electrician) license. A Tech 3 engineer will have an extensive background in a maintenance related field (Preferably in a hospitality setting) and/or a minimum of 5 years construction background. They will be asked to preform monthly maintenance on all equipment related to the resort mechanical. Employees will need to be able to do extensive drywall and paint repair when needed. They will have the ability to multitask and prioritize multiple work orders to ensure guests are being served in a timely manner. Employees will be asked to perform construction-based projects with very little supervision as they present themselves. They will have the ability to work by themselves when needed with little to no need for assistance. Tech 3 engineers will need to communicate with Property Management and the front desk on a regular basis to ensure any existing problems are being resolved in a timely matter. All tech 3 engineers are encouraged to seek out extra training/schooling to advance in their career.
There's no place like Suncadia.
A premier all-season resort, Suncadia is tucked away on the sunny slopes of the Cascade mountains and offers guests three distinctive choices in hotel, Inn and private home accommodations. With more than 6,000 acres of forested mountain landscape, Suncadia features 40+ miles of hiking and biking trails, thirty-six holes of golf, a luxury spa, and the 2.2 million-acre Wenatchee Washington National Forest right next door. Plus, unparalleled activities like outdoor concerts, fine dining, swimming, and more.
Why join our team?
It takes a balance of innovators, relationship builders, and risk-takers to showcase the magic of Suncadia. There’s no one like you, and the individuality of our associates is central to our success. We value integrity and seek service-minded individuals who are passionate about delivering greatness. Sound like you? Join us and enjoy the benefits of being on our team.
*Some benefits may depend on job classification