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Maintenance Supervisor

Pleasant Forest Camping Club Olympia, WA

  • Expired: 21 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description: Maintenance Lead Position at Pleasant Forest Camping Club We are a small, recreational camping club located in Olympia, WA just off of Johnson Point Road. We have over 70 acres of property complete with a large pond, a clubhouse, a pavilion, and a bar. We have seven comfort stations located throughout the park along with about seven miles of gravel road. We have about 240 campsites with about the same number of members. Since we’re a campsite we only allow recreational vehicles. We have about 80 sites that are used on an extended stay basis (up to 359 days a year). The others are seasonal or occasional use. We’re looking for someone to maintain our club. It’s a big task. You’ll be responsible for all aspects of our maintenance program and for handling maintenance emergencies. You have to be organized, people friendly, handle stressful situations well, and have strong multitasking skills. You must be responsible and respectful to our members, guests, employees and vendors. Reliability and punctuality are also a must. Pre-Employment Requirements and/or PreferencesMust pass a criminal background check prior to hire.Must submit an acceptable DMV certified court print prior to hire. Job Duties and Requirements I. Position Summary Under general supervision to coordinate, perform and/or oversee maintenance duties in campground including buildings, facilities, grounds and equipment; to assist the members and their guests in the use of club facilities; enforce County codes and ordinances; and to perform related duties. Backhoe experience is recommended. A working knowledge of plumbing systems, electrical systems, general carpentry, grounds keeping and grounds keeping maintenance equipment is a must. You will be working primarily outside in all weather conditions for extended periods. You must be capable of conducting strenuous manual labor several hours a day. II. Distinguishing Features Employees possess a significant level of technical and functional expertise, specialized knowledge, abilities, skills and experience. The employee receives general instructions regarding the scope of and approach to club operations, projects or assignments, but procedures and techniques are left to the discretion of the employee. Employees work in an independent manner out of close proximity to his/her supervisor and may lead the work of others. III. Examples of Essential Position Duties · Fill propane tanks · Split and stack firewood · Repair roofs · Maintain grounds and common areas and keep them free from trash and debris · Mow, weed, edge and otherwise maintain common and courtesy areas as well as vacant lot grounds · Report maintenance concerns directly to supervisor/manager and or board liaison and perform repairs · Maintain our roads with our backhoe · Meet with the Board of Directors for maintenance and compliance meetings · Expert knowledge of our club’s Bylaws. You’ll be required to read, understand, and discuss our Bylaws and Rules and Regulations. · Under general guidance, coordinates the work of temporary staff, volunteers and dedicated work crews. · Plans, schedules, assigns, and monitors daily work and activities for temporary employees, volunteers and work crews. Estimates equipment, materials and time required to complete individual projects. Determines appropriate work projects for crew members, considering available resources and time constraints; prioritizes work based on current restraints. · Sets an example to crew members in following department policies, club bylaws and rules and regulations and in maintaining a positive working relationship with co-workers, managers, board members, club members and guests, County leadership and vendors. · Provides input to supervisor/manager and or board liaison for annual employee evaluations regarding employee performance. · Monitors crew performance and behaviors in the field and reports work progress, challenges, incidents and accidents, and employee conduct and performance to the appropriate supervisor/manager and or board liaison. · Informs and instructs staff and volunteers on policies and procedures and communicates supervisor expectations regarding work practices and procedures and safety. · Evaluates work procedures and processes and ensures that safe work practices are being followed by crew members under his/her lead. · Maintains compliance with all pertinent safety guidelines; maintains current and up-to-date MSDS manual. · Provides a leadership role to staff and assists with overall park operations, maintenance, and contract compliance. · Directly performs and oversees maintenance duties including grounds and buildings maintenance. · Develops specifications and cost estimates for individual projects. · Constructs, repairs, and maintains park buildings, facilities, grounds, campgrounds, irrigation, sprinkler, potable water and sewer systems. · Writes and maintains accurate reports, logs and records as required. · Operates and monitors potable water and sewer collection and treatment systems. · Operates, repairs and maintains a variety of machines, hand and power tools and equipment used to build, repair and replace park and campground improvements and infrastructure. · Prepares park for special events; assists in traffic control, parking, set-up, and other event related activities, coordinating with the members and other departments as necessary. · Maintains vehicles, equipment, work sites, buildings, maintenance shops, yards and storage areas in a clean, safe condition. · Work regular and irregular shifts when necessary, respond to after-hours emergency calls as required. · Adheres to County and club policies and procedures as well as safe work practices, policies and procedures. · Develops and maintains effective working relationships with other staff, public officials, the members and guests and representatives of other agencies. · Attends and participates in required trainings. · Has regular and reliable attendance. · Overtime may be required. · Performs other related duties as assigned. IV. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Requires knowledge and use of skills and abilities related to leading a crew of workers including the ability to build a cohesive team to accomplish goals, listen to input provided by crew-members and respond appropriately, and communicate information in ways that build trust and support. Position requires general knowledge of the methods, practices, tools and materials used in park operations; skill in the safe operation, repair and maintenance of hand and power tools, machines and related equipment used in park operations, basic carpentry, basic plumbing and basic electrical; knowledge of basic design and construction of a variety of simple structures and infrastructure systems including plumbing and irrigation systems, campsites, benches, fences and related park and campground equipment and/or facilities; methods and techniques of cleaning and maintaining grounds and facilities. Knowledge of water and sewage treatment. Position requires ability to plan, schedule and coordinate crew members; safely operate a backhoe, pickup truck, van or other vehicle; read and understand a variety of written materials related to assigned work including manuals, plans, codes, ordinances, statutes, policies and procedures; prepare and maintain accurate records, logs and reports related to assigned work; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; ability to follow and present written and oral instructions; work within a team structure and participate in collaborative decision making; prioritize work and meet established deadlines; and interpret and explain department policies and procedures as necessary. V. Minimum Requirements (Performance of the essential duties of this position includes the following requirements, physical demands and/or working conditions) Education and Experience · A combination of education and experience equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade AND specialized training in park and/or facilities maintenance AND three years of experience in maintenance and development of park, forest, or recreation areas in park and/or facility maintenance OR · Any combination of education and experience which provides the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability required to perform the job. Licenses and Physical Abilities · Possession of a current, appropriate Washington driver's license and an acceptable driving record. · Lift 75 pounds safely and properly · Physically able to work outside year around Benefits · Six days paid holiday per year · Paid vacation after one year of employment

Pleasant Forest Camping Club


4922 Puget Rd NE

Olympia, WA
98516 USA


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