Boyne Resorts

Vehicle Mechanic and/or Snowcat Mechanic

US-MT-Big Sky
3 months ago
Requisition ID
2017-2005
# of Openings
1
Big Sky Resort
Position Type
Full-Time Year Round
Targeted Job Start Date
8/23/2017
Category
Mountain Operations

Overview

Location: Vehicle Maintenance Shop 
Supervisor: Brian Hirsch

Wage: Dependent on Experience

 

The Automotive Mechanic must have a minimum of 1 year of experience in automotive and/or professional training. Required knowledge of all automotive systems including engine, transmission, axle, brake and electronics. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, and vehicle inspections on pick-up trucks, and small engines. Experience with welding oxy-acetylene, and fabrication is a plus.

Must be able to work independently and as a team servicing a fleet of vehicles.

 

Candidate must have the ability to operate, or train on  large machinery to include, but not limited to, snow cats, forklifts, loaders, garbage trucks, and plow trucks.

 

Previous diagnostic and repair experience required.  Heavy lifting and the ability to work outdoors in cold temperatures, also required. 

Snowcat Mechanic candidate must have 2 years of experience in snowcat maintenance and repair. Must also have knowledge of gas and diesel engines, hydraulic and hydro-static systems. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, troubleshooting and repair on snowcats, heavy equipment, rolling stock and small engine. Experience in welding and acetylene cutting necessary. Must be able to work independently and in a team setting.

 

Candidate must have the ability to operate large machinery to include, but not limited to, snowcats, forklifts, loaders, garbage truck, and plow truck.

Qualifications

  • Previous heavy equipment experience required
  • Schedule is 7am start; generally works four ten hour shifts
  • Heavy lifting and the ability to work outdoors in cold temperatures also required

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