Mountain Vehicles Maintenance Manager

Employer: Sun Valley Resort
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Category: Trades
Location: Sun Valley Resort
Compensation: $70,000-$80,000 yearly
Type: Full-time Jobs
Job Schedule: 40 hours per week. Weekend Availability.
Apply before: June 12, 2023

Job Description and Requirements

Job Description

The Mountain Vehicle Maintenance Manager directs and coordinates personnel engaged in repairing and maintaining all mountain vehicles, including but not limited to snow cats, snowmobiles, diesel and unleaded trucks, or any other vehicle used by the mountain operations department.


Plans and schedules departmental activities to maintain Mountain Vehicles in operating condition Part-take in and manage/supervise the maintenance of mountain vehicles.
Reviews comments and feedback about mountain vehicle issues from vehicle operators and assigns or direct corrective modifications.
Reviews productivity records of the workforce and operating procedures to identify work areas requiring improvements and revise procedures.
Performs performance reviews and implements recognition, corrective action, and problem resolution.
Prepares division budget estimates, identifying operating costs, procurement of motor vehicles, replacement parts and materials, and cost of outside contractual services.
Recommend equipment and vehicle purchases.
Attend and participate in Mountain Manager meetings.
Meet regularly with the Mountain Maintenance crew to provide guidance, direction, and support.
Engineer, develop, and produce various projects as requested or required.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
Directly supervises 8-10 employees in the Mountain Vehicles.
Carries supervisory responsibilities per the organization's policies and applicable laws.
Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Mountain Vehicles Maintenance Manager Qualifications:
Two-year certificate from college or technical school in maintenance or mechanical field.
Knowledge and understanding of OSHA standards, DEQ, HAZMAT, SPCC, Lockout Tag Out, and Fall protection,
Ski Industry experience and at least 10 years of full-time work experience in both the fields of maintenance and mechanics.
Ski Industry Management experience is also beneficial.
Knowledge of Microsoft Access Database software, Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, Microsoft Word, and Word Processing software.
Current Driver's License


Group Medical/Life Coverage
Flex-Spending Plan
Dental Coverage
Vision Coverage
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Sick Time
Vacation Time
Capital Accumulation (401k) with a 6% match
Education Assistance
Supplemental Insurance
***Employee Housing Available***
Seasonal Benefits: Seasonal benefits change with each season. Please see HR for a list of the most up-to-date benefits.
***Complimentary Seasonal Lift Pass***
Mountain Biking (summer employment only)
Hiking (summer employment only)
Skiing (winter employment only)
Access to
Ice Rinks
Bowling Alley
Driving Range
Putting Green
Discounts at
Retail Shops
Rental Equipment
Trail Rides
Gun Club