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Maintenance Technician III

Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Montgomery
Montgomery, AL
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Job Overview:

The Maintenance Technician III performs routine and extensive preventative maintenance and repair procedures on buildings, mechanical equipment, and utility systems. This is a Journeyman level/Beginning Foreman position.


Our genuine engagement and positive energy provide guests, especially women, an escape from their ordinary world into our exciting fantasy world of play, chance, and possibility. With this contribution, we give them a feeling of belonging and importance.

Value System:

Our enthusiastic commitment to our purpose inspires and empowers us to do everything right, have fun, and be the best.  We will be recognized fairly, elevating our levels of personal accountability, and focus on our customer.  The resulting creation of wealth will grow opportunities for all.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Complies with all applicable standards, policies, and procedures, including safety procedures and the maintenance of a clean work area
  • May act as Foreman on shift, as needed
  • Discusses heating-cooling system malfunctions with users to isolate problems or to verify that malfunctions have been corrected
  • Adjusts system controls to setting recommended by manufacturer to balance system, using hand tools
  • Recommends, develops, and performs preventive and general maintenance procedures such as cleaning, power-washing and vacuuming equipment, oiling parts, and changing filters
  • Layouts and connects electrical wiring between controls and equipment according to wiring diagram, using electrician's hand tools
  • Installs auxiliary components to heating-cooling equipment, such as expansion and discharge valves, air ducts, pipes, blowers, dampers, flues and stokers, following blueprints
  • Installs electrical wiring and equipment; new electrical services, wiring during remodeling projects; replaces and repairs wiring as needed
  • May operates a computer which controls and monitors mechanical equipment and utility systems
  • Repairs electrical equipment and control circuits; replaces faulty electrical switches; repairs refrigeration equipment
  • May repairs electrical locks and control panels to maintain building security
  • Responds to emergencies as required and trained
  • May obtains estimates for supplies, repair parts; orders parts as needed
  • Assists with other work in coordination with repair and maintenance teams
  • Installs, connects, and adjusts thermostats, humidistats and timers, using hand tools
  • Generates work orders that address deficiencies in need of correction
  • Assembles, positions, and mounts heating or cooling equipment, following blueprints
  • Studies blueprints, design specifications, and manufacturer’s recommendations to ascertain the configuration of heating or cooling equipment components and to ensure the proper installation of components
  • Measures, cuts, threads, and bends pipe or tubing, using pipefitter's tools
  • Fabricates, assembles, and installs duct work and chassis parts, using portable metal-working tools and welding equipment
  • Sprays restricted-use chemical solutions, powders, and gases on or near surfaces of a building to eliminate pests
  • Identifies invading pests, including rats, termites, snakes, wasps, ants, spiders, mosquitos, or bed bugs
  • Sets and maintains mechanical traps and place bait—keeping records at each such trap to demonstrate timely inspections
  • Removes dead rodents and dispose of properly
  • Ensures safety of team members and guests by limiting application strength and rates to not exceed manufacturer recommendations
  • Identifies pest damage to property, and recommend organized prevention program in response
  • Inspects property to ascertain wall and roof porosity and possible sites of pest invasion
  • Coordinates with supervisor your recommended cutting or boring into buildings to access infested areas
  • Cleans and removes pesticides after application as needed
  • Studies preliminary reports and diagrams of infested area and determine treatment type required to eliminate and prevent recurrence of infestation
  • Cleans and removes blockages to facilitate application
  • Self-manages your IIHC Applicator Permit, working with supervisor to ensure that all continuing education requirements of the Permit are continuously satisfied
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned


Job Requirements: (please ensure you meet the listed requirements prior to applying)

  • High School diploma or GED required or currently enrolled and successfully complete a GED program within six (6) months from start date as a condition of continued employment
  • Must be twenty-one (21) years of age or older
  • Must have and maintain valid state-issued operator driver’s license
  • Must have completed at least three (3) maintenance certificates such as maintenance certificates granted by an accredited trade school, maintenance certificates granted by any branch of the US military, industrial maintenance certificates granted by TPC (live.tpctraining.org), ice machine cleaning certificate, certificates granted by Ware Boiler University (wareinc.com/boiler-university), maintenance certificates granted by ITC Learning (itclearning.com), industrial or building maintenance certificates granted by 360 Training (360training.com), US Environmental Protection Agency Class A OR Class B Operator certification, State of Alabama Plumbing/Gas Apprentice Card, instrumentation and controls training, Level I Locksmith Certification (http://www.lsieducation.com/), NFPA96, recreational water treatment, CPO (Certified Pool Operator), CSP (Certified Service Professional), — both granted by Assn. of Pool & Spa Professionals, CBP (Certified Building Professional), Level I Locksmith Certification (http://www.lsieducation.com/), Valid Custodial Pesticide Applicator Permit, issued by the State of Alabama, current and in good standing. Specifically, the Permit shall be the Industrial, Institutional and Health Related Pest Control (IIHC), OSHA 10, OSHA 30, EPA 608, EPA I, EPA II, Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRT) granted by the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals (SMRP) (https://smrp.org/Certification/CMRT-Certification), Facilities Maintenance Certificate (FMC)/ Systems Maintenance Certificate (SMC)/ Building Energy Certificate Program (BEC) all granted by the Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) (https://www.bomi.org/), credentialing by- IFMA, (Int’l Facility Managers Assn.), USGBC (US Green Building Council), AEE (Association of Energy Engineers), ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers), ASHE (American Society for Healthcare Engineering), APPA (Association of Physical Plant Administrators), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).


  • Obtained one (1) trades license issued by a State or similar public authority

Examples of this include: the NATE issued by North American Technical Excellence (http://www.natex.org/)

Journeyman or Master Electrician issued by Alabama Electrical Contractors Board (http://www.aecb.state.al.us/Default.aspx)

Journeyman or Master Electrician with IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) (ibew.org)

Journeyman or Master Plumber issued by Alabama Plumbers & Gas Fitters Examining Board (http://www.pgfb.state.al.us/)

Level IV (Advanced Tech CM) RSES (Refrigeration Service Engineers Society) (http://www.rses.org/testing/cm.aspx)

Level II Locksmith Certification (http://www.lsieducation.com/)

  • Must have at least five (5) years general commercial property maintenance experience
  • Must have good hearing and eyesight
  • Must have ability to read, write, and understand English
  • Must have a valid and current State Driver’s License and an insurable driving record for purposes of driving company vehicles as required
  • Willing to work odd and irregular hours including nights, weekends and holidays
  • Willing to travel and participate in training as recommended or required
  • Must have a Tribal Gaming License (or the ability to obtain and maintain a license) as a requirement for this position
  • Must have willingness and ability to work in a smoke/secondary smoke environment


On-line applications are accepted at http://www.windcreekhospitality.com/Careers.  For internal employees please submit your Internal Job Posting Form to your property’s Human Resources office.

Complaints about the recruitment or selection process for employment should be directed in writing to the office of the President and CEO of Wind Creek Hospitality.

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Wind Creek Montgomery has a ‘Beale Street Memphis’ vibe, featuring the acclaimed entertainment of BB King’s Blues Club and his signature Itta Bena restaurant, an upscale dining experience with a southern twist. Its five-story, stylish hotel includes 123 luxury rooms and 11 suites, with a 65,000 square foot casino offering over 2,200 of the most popular electronic games.

As part of the Wind Creek Team, you will discover our Purpose and Values and how they are integrated into the Guest experience. We strive to inspire a genuineness and positive energy among our team by bringing a level of human caring into the workplace. Providing a sense of belonging and importance amongst our team will transition to our Guests and provide them with a winning experience every time they visit.

Our Employee Perks and Benefits
• Blue Cross Blue Shield medical plan*
• Dental plan
• VSP vision plan
• 401(k) savings plan
• Life and disability insurance
• Paid time off
• Employee dining rooms
• Career training and planning
• Quarterly incentive bonuses
• Employee fitness centers with on-staff trainers*
     * Not available at every location