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#1 RibStaThiok

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Posted 01 September 2018 - 12:42 AM

Saw this on their facebook page

https://www.facebook...wsstand&__xts__[0]=68.ARBueyBZ2q6vwPXdAZqwowQCeQ2DUXhGHmMaEDOQQwotF18aJh1CmAD-RAPwkFOBO4TQ96Oc07kRyJNi8W1YlnZMST3ENN9vn7UR0ORCSB1Vd-9BL2FnUqOaCc6rcV-1GttlEBM3kAMz00ufDOgHOnUnj92ulKKFu9Ds0qtbkKmi6DdnOUY0f14MAokqwoAlUGmN8x93QNGfQPHfRqqM8-k5vNppb95wFi9GIiQJ0g&__tn__=HH-R

well the link sucks but try this or go to https://www.snowbasi...bout/employment

Advanced Level Lift Mechanic

Huntsville, UT | Mountain Operations | Job #:426513
Job Title: Advanced Level Lift Mechanic
Department: Lift Maintenance
Reports To: Lift Maintenance Manager/Assistant Manager
Request Date: August 2018
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: AFT NOTE: This job description shall not be construed as a contract for employment.
SUMMARY:
Highly skilled mechanic, possessing significant experience in maintaining lifts of all types. Familiar with ANSI, UPRSC, Forest Service and OSHA regulations. Able to perform the most complex tasks including; hydraulic, diesel and gearbox diagnosis/repair; tool and hardware fabrication; rebuilding bull-wheels and sheave train; supervising splice and bull-wheel rigging. Responsible for training and development of less experienced mechanics.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned):

  • Be able to lead a crew through tasked inspections and maintenance of all ski lift equipment
  • Ensure lift compliance with ANSI, Forest Service and Manufacture specifications.
  • Conduct and document daily pre-operational inspections on assigned lift/lifts.
  • Regularly monitor the condition of assigned lifts and react to discrepancies accordingly.
  • Assist with skills and safety development of less experienced mechanics

EQUIPMENT USED: Lift mechanics regularly use hand tools such as wrenches, ratchets, grinders, drills, presses, cable and chain hoists and various other maintenance equipment. Advanced mechanics should also be familiar with; hydraulic and electrical test equipment, fabrication tools- welder, plasma cutter etc., rigging- wire rope, slings and pulleys. Pickup Trucks, four-wheelers and snowmobiles are used daily for transportation.
RESPONSIBILITIES TO SAFETY:
  • Adhere to all Snowbasin safety procedures and policies
  • Appropriate use of all Lift Maintenance Personal Protective Equipment
  • Read and understand the Lift Maintenance Job Hazards Assessment

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: None required / 10 yrs. industry experience preferred
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: None required. NDT Level II, Class 4 & 7 Lift Truck and welding certifications are highly recommended.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS & WORK ENVIRONMENT: Lift mechanics should be comfortable working at heights. He/she will be expected to work outside during inclement weather conditions year round. Should be physically capable of heavy lifting to shoulder height up to 100lbs. Ski/snowboard skills are necessary for traveling to lifts and lift towers. Snowmobile and four-wheeler operating skills are ideal. Due to complexity of work and risks involved good teamwork and communication skills are necessary.

This post has been edited by RibStaThiok: 01 September 2018 - 12:44 AM

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