At Wyndham Destinations our goal is simple: to put the world on vacation. Our award-winning team of nearly 15,000 associates is diverse and dedicated, caring and creative. Together we’re shaping the future of the timeshare industry by doing things never done before. That’s part of what makes our work fun and interesting. Every day is a chance to learn something new and influence the global business.
How You’ll Shine
As a Preventative Maintenance Technician, you’ll keep vacations running smoothly by ensuring lighting, electronics, appliances, plumbing, and the general appearance of room interiors are ready for guests before they arrive.
Though no two days are the same at Wyndham Destinations, you’ll have the opportunity to:
Conduct an inspection “blitz” on unit interiors, looking for deficiencies in lighting, electronics, basic plumbing, and appliances
Inspect the appearance and workability of all hard goods (walls, doors, furniture, window fixings, etc.)
Perform basic-to-advanced repairs to restore units to “like new” condition
Complete work orders and customer requests
Do basic janitorial work inside units and in the common areas of the resort
Maintain building exteriors and common areas, possibly including the pool and spa
Ability to read and comprehend routine instructions
A professional appearance and positive, can-do attitude
Ability to work well independently or with others as needed
CPO Certification may be required
High school diploma or equivalent (Unless there is a legal requirement, experience will be accepted for the education requirement.)
Six months of maintenance experience preferred
A World of Inclusion
Hospitality is at the heart of all we do at Wyndham Destinations, including how we treat each member of our growing community. Here, you’ll find a team that’s inclusive, values diversity, and is built on a foundational respect for people from all over the world.