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Title: Lift Maintenance Mechanic

Type: Full Time Year Round

Summary

Lift Mechanics ensure the safety and reliability of our lifts by monitoring, maintaining and repairing lift equipment in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations. The ideal candidate holds a competent mechanical skill set and demonstrates an ability to positively work as part of a larger team.

Responsibilities

Maintain and repair all lift equipment, ranging from conveyors to high-speed detachable quads. Duties during winter operating season include regularly scheduled maintenance, pre-operational, mid-day, weekly, and monthly inspections as well as responding to lift breakdowns. Summer season includes a thorough inspection of all lift components, tower work, and grip and chair maintenance. Work on hydraulic systems, braking systems, rigging, gasoline and diesel engines up to 900 Hp, as well as low voltage safety circuits.

Requirements

High school diploma or equivalent. Minimum two years lift maintenance experience. Detachable lift experience is a plus. Must be able to work under timelines and pressure. Must be able and willing to work independently as well as part of a larger team. Adherence to all safety policies and procedures is a must. This job requires the ability to climb and work at substantial heights and in all kinds of weather. Must be able to lift and carry loads up to 100 pounds. Valid driver’s license necessary. Winter season requires working on weekends and holidays. Must be familiar with ANSI B-77. Must recognize and adhere to safety concerns and established protocol.

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