Golf Cart Technician
Job Title: Golf Cart Technician I
Level of Authority: Reports to Maintenance Supervisor
Summary Technician I: Performs general maintenance and repair, stores, maintains and distributes golf carts.
Requiring multi-trade work experience including welding, DC electrical, Operates medium to heavy equipment and manlifts. Performs some material receiving tasks, mechanical repairs, custom fabrication, small project management, vehicle maintenance, and general labor work. Assignments based on experience and skillsets.
- Cleans golf carts.
- Maintain cleanliness, and safety of work areas always.
- Charges batteries.
- Ensures operation of golf cart fleet and maintenance equipment by making repairs, completing preventive maintenance following manufacturer’s instructions, and troubleshooting malfunctions.
- Provide estimates for parts and services.
- Regularly perform general maintenance, repairs and service, and battery installation on electric vehicles
- Accurately record repairs made, time spent, and parts used for each cart.
- Inspects, diagnoses, adjusts, and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various golf cart equipment.
- Sets up and modifies new golf carts and equipment as needed.
- Performs emergency repairs on golf carts and equipment.
- Maintain sufficient inventory of parts and tools to support a quality golf cart repair and maintenance program.
- Organizes strictly scheduled preventive maintenance program for all golf carts.
- Minor servicing of company cars and pick-up trucks
Specific Tasks (Assignments based on experience and skillsets):
- Welding: Repairs and/or fabricates park metal structures and animal exhibit and holding area containment structures and crates. Operates cutting torch, metal cutting saws, electric and gas welders.
- Masonry: Concrete work for fence and shade cloth poles. May include some stone or brick repairs and small installations. Maintains park concrete pathways. Operates concrete mixer.
- HVAC: Performs preventive maintenance, troubleshoots, and repairs building, and exhibit equipment and systems not included in contract maintenance work. Monitors and evaluates BMS system status and responds to temperature complaints. Manages temperature and schedule controls. Equipment types are primarily package units, but range from building chiller, boiler, and air handling systems to mister systems and swamp coolers.
- Painting: Prepares surfaces for painting; determines types of paint and finish; applies primer and paint or stains.
- Operates medium to heavy equipment: forklift, bobcat, tractors, manlifts, water truck, portable generators. Some service road and park area dirt grading.
- Receiving material: Unload materials delivered on pallets (note: deliveries average once per day).
- Vehicle maintenance: Operates and services TLD vehicles and equipment including vans, trucks, cars, tractors, bobcat, medium to heavy equipment, electric and gas carts, and other equipment.
- General labor: Equipment assembly, event preparation and cross-functional team support.
- Safety: Follows Lock-Out-Tag-Out (LOTO) process; completes required equipment operator training and follows operator safety protocol. Notices and appropriately addresses unsafe conditions following SIN protocol (Safety first, Isolate unsafe area, notify appropriate level of response to address unsafe condition).
- Maintains clean and organized workshop and stock room areas.
- Provide excellent customer service, consistently following-up and following through with customers.
- Reads, understands, and follows TLD protocols outlined in the employee handbook.
- Contributes to desert conservation through reduction of waste, water and energy use, and inspiring guests and team members to take conservation actions.
This class specification should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification.
Computer, gas powered vehicles including heavy equipment, electric carts, miscellaneous electric power tools, gas powered and hand tools, electric power, and temperature sensing test equipment.
- Minimum 5 years of experience in electric golf cart service and repair.
- Valid driver's license and reliable transportation.
- Ability to trouble shoot motor, differential, electrical and controller problems.
- Ability to repair brakes steering and suspension on all types of electric carts.
- Must have strong organizational skills.
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
- Must be a motivated self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
- Must have the ability to constructively work with others in a team setting.
Conditions of Work:
PHYSICAL EFFORT: Occasional standing, walking, bending, twisting, climbing, crawling, kneeling, reaching motions. Some lifting up to 50 lbs.
DISCOMFORT/RISKS: Occasional exposure to extreme heat, chemicals, and dust/airborne materials. Works with heavy equipment.
HOLIDAY WORK: Holiday, evening and weekend work may be required.
TRAVEL: Conference and workshop attendance available. If funding available, some or all expenses paid.