Maintenance Tech I

Deer Valley Resort
  • Post Date: July 1, 2024
  • Apply Before: July 31, 2024
  • Applications 0
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Job Overview

We are a diverse workforce where everyone feels welcome, appreciated, and valued. No matter if you are 14 or 84 years, there is a place for you in the Deer Valley family! Find a great job at a resort that’s not only one of the best in the world, it feels a lot like home (last year over 1,100 staff members celebrated their fifth season or more at Deer Valley).

  • NEW! $20 per hour minimum starting wage for non-tipped position
  • NEW! Financial wellness resources are available to our staff
  • NEW! Tuition discount programs at University of Arizona Global Campus (UAGC) and Colorado State University (CSU Global)
  • Healthcare options, vision and dental benefits are available for staff members
  • 125(k) Cafeteria Plan, 401(k) Savings Plan, and optional life insurance are available
  • A complimentary Employee Assistance Program is provided for staff members
  • Ski perks include skiing up to seven days per week at Deer Valley Resort during non-holiday periods, friends and family ski discounts, free staff ski lessons and discounted rentals
  • Free skiing or riding offered at Alterra Mountain Company-owned resorts (excluding CMH Heli-Skiing)
  • Free skiing or riding are offered at select local Utah resorts
  • Discounted lift ticket rates are available for staff members at Ikon Pass partner resorts (employee only)
  • Subsidized meals at Employee Dining Rooms offered for staff while on shift
  • Subsidized housing for seasonal full-time staff
  • A variety of discounts are offered to staff members from a wide range of businesses, restaurants, shops and service providers in and around the Park City community
  • Uniforms are provided for most positions


PURPOSE OF POSITION:  To make minor repairs and perform basic maintenance items for buildings and equipment. Perform basic preventative maintenance procedures. Assist with construction and remodel projects. Assist Level II and III’s with more technical projects.



  • Capable of performing at least 4 of the listed skills
  • Must be 18 years old
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language
  • Able to work in close quarters, from heights or underground enclosures
  • Accepts direction and instruction readily, but may require full-time supervision
  • Demonstrates aptitude for job duties
  • Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record
  • Able to work competently with basic hand tools



  • Helper for Levels II & III
  • Painting, staining, and sanding the interior and exterior of buildings
  • Basic lubrication of motors and equipment (supervised)
  • Belt adjustment and change on mechanical equipment ( supervised)
  • Work night shifts and weekends as scheduled
  • Learn and do the property control job, if requested or required
  • Daily completion of work orders containing hours worked and materials used with a description of each job done
  • Must be able to do skill requirements in all areas for appropriate skill in a proficient and timely manner
  • Other duties as assigned


Ability to learn how to:

Heating Skills

  • Change filters and check belts on the air handlers
  • Test antifreeze in a boiler system
  • Lubricate air handlers and know how to clean coils in units
  • Clean burners and heat exchangers in furnaces


Carpentry Skills

  • Know the different tools and be checked out on how to use and adjust them
  • Be able to build picture and sign frames of different styles and types of wood
  • Know various types of wood; oak, walnut, pine, redwood, etc., and the sizes they come in (i.e.. 2×4)
  • Be able to repair chairs, tables, garbage cans, and railings


Electrical Skills

  • Find and reset circuit breaker for tripped circuit (determine cause of problem)
  • Ability to use Volt-Ohm meter to test circuits
  • Troubleshoot and locate bad switches and outlets, replace if needed
  • Check appliance cords to see if they are good or bad
  • Change light bulb socket or fluorescent tombstone when bad
  • Be able to find reset buttons on air handlers and garbage disposals disconnects and reset motors
  • Know the terms voltage, amperage and resistance, and their definition and relationship to each other
  • Take basic electrical courses and pass with a c average
  • Must know safety procedures and lockout  tag out procedures for working on or near electrical devices and circuits
  • Know the difference between 3-phase and single phase
  • Know the different types of light bulbs; incandescent, fluorescent, mercury, vapor, metal halide, high pressure sodium


Painting Skills

  • Brush and roll oil base and latex paints
  • Mix and match paint colors
  • Spray paint, stains and sealers
  • Install, tape, patch and repair Gypsum wallboard
  • Be familiar with and know how to use drywall tools
  • Know different grades of sandpaper and which one to use on each different surface and finish
  • Setup and work off scaffolding and ladder jacks
  • Setup ,use , maintain and clean an airless sprayer and gun
  • Make repairs to oak chairs and tables, and deck chairs and tables
  • Repair and stain garbage cans used on the mountain
  • Wear respirator and use paint booth
  • Use scrapers, wire brushes and paint removers to prep areas to be painted


Plumbing Skills

  • A two pipe drain system & understand it
  • Be able to identify the terms- compression flare, coupling, tee, ell, bushing, bell-reducer, union, street-ell
  • Standard sizes of galvanized pipe, black pipe, copper tubing, and PVC pipe


Tile Skills

  • Install tile under-layment
  • Install, repair, and replace tilebacker wallboard
  • Replace baseboard tile or put stainless corners in place of original tile
  • Install carpet squares
  • Replace and repair ceiling tile glued on or dropped in place


Appliance Skills

  • Ability to learn how to light pilot lights, troubleshoot fireplace problems, troubleshoot range and refrigerator problems



  • Will be required to lift, maneuver, position, remove and install heavy items.  Must be physically capable of performing these tasks with assistance or alone.  Mechanical devices are available to assist, but may not be usable or available for use in all situations
  • Must be able to access various components located on any portion of a piece of equipment… on top, bottom, inside, behind, etc.
  • Must be able to travel through snow to reach a building or piece of equipment with tools, and materials necessary to complete the job



Individual will provide their own hand tools (including all tools that are necessary to perform at the level for which they are hired.)  Employee must be willing to work various shifts. The resort operates seven days a week. Work schedules will include weekends, on call, holidays, and night shifts. Must be able to speak and understand English. Must be able to read and write English.

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