June 4, 2024

Maintenance Supervisor

Job Summary

The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the successful leadership and general supervision of maintenance of the Big Bar Guest Ranch (BBGR) according to the vision, objectives and strategic direction set in conjunction with the Board of Directors. The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the efficient supervision of staff and maintenance requirements of the ranch, upkeep of the properties, land, tools, and equipment, and builds a solid tourism experience for all customers visiting the ranch. The Maintenance Supervisor works with the Ranch Manager, establishes effective working relationships with community groups, contractors, and other external contacts, providing orientation and support, and leading the ranch maintenance daily operations. This is a multi-disciplinary role that requires guest relation skills, tool and equipment maintenance, supervision of the maintenance operations and staff, and general repairs as broad categories. 

Qualifications

Education

  • Certification in Building, Mechanics, or related field or equivalent education and experience.

Specialized Knowledge

  • Knowledge of mechanical and contractor trades in British Columbia.
  • Knowledge and experience in standard operating procedures, and experience working within policy guidelines.
  • Experience working within budget guidelines.
  • Knowledge of legislation regarding the BC Employment Act & Regulations, Protection of Personal Information Act (FIPPA), BC Human Rights Code is an asset.
  • Knowledge of working with First Nations communities.

Experience

  • Three to five years of progressive supervision of maintenance facilities at a guest ranch, or tourism business, or a business that deals with tourists as a core element of that business.
  • Experience in the development of an operational plan for a business.
  • Experience dealing with financial budgets.
  • Experience supervising staff.
  • Proven record of accessing, securing, trades and contractors for maintenance or renovations.
  • Experience working with First Nations is an asset.

Conditions of Employment

  • Must maintain strict confidentiality in performing duties and demonstrates personal attributes of integrity, respect, trust, honesty, compassion, and accountability.
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Criminal Records Check
  • Must have a valid BC Driver’s Licence Class 5
  • Level 1 First Aid – Level 3 First Aid preferred
  • Must provide a vehicle in good operating condition and appropriate vehicle insurance to meet program requirements.
  • Must reside in the geographic region (i.e., Williams Lake, 100 Mile House) to be able to work at the BBGR on a daily basis.
  • Accommodation could be provided for the Maintenance Supervisor at BBGR.

Salary: Will be based on the candidate’s education and experience.

To Apply: Interested Applicants may apply by submitting a cover letter and resume outlining how their skills and experience fit the position along with their resume and wage expectation to: gm@sxdc.ca

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled

We thank all those who apply however, only those selected for an Interview will be contacted.

Applications are assessed as they are received therefore early application is recommended. Applications will only be considered from those eligible to work in Canada. All applicants who require a work permit or sponsorship for employment in Canada will not be considered.

Article written by SXDC Ltd.

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