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The Maintenance staff performs routine and preventative maintenance and repairs on camp infrastructure and equipment. 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Performs minor and major repairs of buildings and equipment.
  • Performs preventative maintenance procedures on buildings and equipment. (i.e. check fluid levels, replace filters, repairs or replaces broken or damaged parts.)
  • Completes daily, weekly and monthly inspections on buildings and equipment.
  • Maintain records of scheduled maintenance procedures.
  • Responds to emergency maintenance requests as required.
  • Performs outside custodial duties such as snow removal, as required.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and at least 2 years experience.
  • Large scale camp work experience is an asset.
  • Current First Aid Level 1 certification is an asset.
  • Valid Driver's License

Physical Demands: 

Maintenance Staff are required to perform a variety of physical duties, including:

  • Lift, carry, push, or pull up to 100 lbs. 
  • Climb ladders or stairs.
  • Stand, walk, squat, kneel or sit according to task for extended lengths of time.
  • Perform repetitive hand work requiring full use of both hands.
  • Work with arms above shoulder height.

Work Schedule and Remuneration:

Maintenance Staff work on a rotational schedule. They may be expected to work weekdays, weekends, and general holidays. 

Wages are paid on an hourly basis. Specific pay details are discussed at the interview phase. 

Please fill out the following application in full to be considered for a position. You will be prompted to upload your resume so please have it ready when you apply. We thank all applicants in advance for applying however due to the high volume of interest in working with Outland Camps only those being considered for employment will be contacted.

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