Class 2 Engineer

  • Omni Hotels
  • Louisville, KY, USA
  • Dec 19, 2017
Hospitality / Restaurant / Food Service

Job Description

Location

Scheduled to open March 6, 2018, this luxurious Omni property located in the heart of Downtown Louisville, is designed with intersecting towers that represent the crossroads of the past, present and future of Louisville. Inspired by the city's rich history and authentic character, the Omni Louisville will transform one of the city's most significant urban blocks into a unique and vibrant mixed-use environment offering hotel guests, residents and locals a chance to connect and enjoy the best of a great city.

The hotel will be a prominent landmark against the Louisville skyline, glistening during the day and glowing at night, with the iconic glassy ends of the 612 room hotel. The hotel pool and rooftop bar, designed for seamless indoor and outdoor integration, will allow guests to rest, relax or socialize with spectacular views of the city from above. The essence of Louisville is woven throughout with interior design blends elements of the city's heritage, culture and character, felt everywhere from the hotel restaurants to a featured bourbon bar to the hotel's Speakeasy and bowling alley.

Guests will also enjoy a dynamic 20,000 square foot modern urban lifestyle market connected to the lobby of the hotel. Transforming Liberty Street into a pedestrian thoroughfare, the market serves as a community gateway for hotel guests and locals alike, inviting the neighborhood in with the smells of freshly brewed Heine Bros. coffee, baking bread and fragrant fresh flowers.

Job Description

The operating engineer will ensure a safe, efficient, and well-maintained hotel environment.

Responsibilities

  • This person will be responsible for but, not limited to operating the boiler and chilled water plants, and maintaining temperatures throughout the building.
  • They will take water samples of boiler, loop, and cooling tower systems and treat the water to maintain predetermined levels of chemical concentration.
  • Responsibilities will also include operating various equipments, maintaining domestic hot and cold water systems, and observing various electrical switchgear to ensure proper operation.
  • This person will be called upon to make repairs to guest room and public spaces as necessary including but not limited to kitchen, HVAC, electrical, and plumbing repairs.
  • They will be assigned to cleaning and general maintenance duties in the engineering spaces as well as other assigned daily operations.


Qualifications

  • They will be required to have a class 2 operating engineer license and universal EPA certificate.
  • They must be able to work AM, PM, overnight, weekend and holiday shifts. Schedule will vary according to business and operational needs.