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Director of Ride & Electrical Maintenance

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Titan HRSS, LLC focuses on applying our distinguishing characteristic of a culture which is to lead with transparency, proactive approach, and integrity. We will align employers with the right people that will propel their business to the next level. We align career seekers with business leaders that will utilize acquired skill sets and hone in on developing potential. Beyond the placement and staffing arena, Titan HRSS, LLC is the premier global professional services company in delivering a comprehensive range of operations, strategy, and consulting solutions and services. Our client is our top priority, and thus drives our focus on delivering quality customer service experience, quality applicants and staffing solutions, a focus on our client's bottom line, and timeliness in delivery of satisfaction.

We are currently seeking a Director Of Ride & Electrical Maintenance! You will strive to provide safe electrical systems for a variety of customers.

Responsibilities:

  • Install and repair electrical equipment and fixtures
  • Install various types of raceway and cable tray systems
  • Ensure Guest and Employee safety at all times.
  • Develop and coach staff to improve performance and efficiency at all levels within assigned areas of responsibility.
  • Ensure that all employees are treated fairly and with dignity and respect at all times.
  • Develop, implement, and enforce inspection procedures for all equipment maintained within assigned areas of responsibility.
  • Experience as Director of Maintenance, Director of Ride Maintenance, Director of Facilities
  • Propose, develop, and administer departmental budgets for the Ride Maintenance, Electrical Maintenance, Garage, Machine Shop, Stockroom, and Electronics/Electrical Repair Departments within the Maintenance Division.
  • Ensure all Federal, State, Local, and Company Laws, Codes, Standards, Procedures, and best practices are followed at all times.
  • Direct the safe and efficient repair and refurbishment of amusement rides and devices.
  • Adheres to and enforces all Cedar Fair and specific Park policies and procedures, including safety, attendance, and EEO policies, and demonstrates a commitment to customer service in all aspects of employment.
  • Other duties may be assigned.
  • Directs the repair, maintenance, and inspection of all amusement rides and related equipment
  • Ensures the safety of all amusement rides and equipment.
  • Ensures compliance with all applicable Federal, State, Local and Company codes, standards, and procedures.
  • Maximizes ride availability during peak attendance periods.
  • Directs maintenance and repair of facility electrical and general lighting equipment.
  • Directs maintenance and repair of company-owned vehicles and heavy equipment.
  • Develops, implements, and administers departmental budgets and spending to achieve assigned tasks and maximize value.
  • Directs the Hiring, training, and development of subordinate staff.
  • Troubleshoot motor and control systems
  • Perform routine maintenance on electrical wiring and systems
  • Adhere to all quality and safety codes

​​Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in electrical engineering or other related fields
  • Familiarity with electrical schematics, blueprints, and manuals
  • Documented history of training and development of subordinate staff.
  • At least 5 years' experience with ordering and procurement in a Maintenance role.
  • Solid understanding of basic budgeting and accounting practices and at least 5 years' direct experience tracking and administering maintenance budgets.
  • Demonstrable knowledge of basic Mechanical and Electrical principles and common industry practices.
  • Documented history of successfully managing a medium-sized to large staff composed of multiple trades and a diverse workforce.
  • 6 to 10 years' experience of successful Maintenance Management in an Amusement Park, Theme Park or Industrial setting.
  • Ability to pass a mandatory (or random) drug test, per Company policy, unless prohibited by state or provincial law.
  • Ability to pass a background check, if 18 years of age or older, which may include, but is not limited to, credit, criminal, DMV, previous employment, education and personal references, per Company policy, unless prohibited by federal, state, or provincial law.
  • Ability to work nights, weekends and holiday periods to meet business needs.
  • Familiarity with electrical equipment and hand tools
  • Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills
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