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#1 RibStaThiok

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Posted 01 September 2018 - 12:42 AM

Saw this on their facebook page


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.
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.
  • 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.

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