Full Job Description

The Maintenance Equipment Operator/Zamboni Driver is responsible for providing quality customer service, performing ice arena maintenance tasks consisting of driving
the ice resurfacer, working with and providing direction to other
seasonal staff, monitoring the facility and its operating equipment, and
performing multiple custodial and cleaning duties to ensure that HealthEast
Sports Center continues to meet its mission statement. This is a roving,
working, flexible position with little time in the office area.Applications will be reviewed as received and positions will be open until filled.

These positions will work during the summer/fall and especially through our peak season (October - March)
Essential Duties:

Operates ice resurfacer and related equipment at scheduled times to maintain a quality
skating surface.Performs cleaning and custodial functions during each shift and communicates additional cleaning and support notes for the next shift/next day operations.

Performs periodic building inspections to include parking lot, entry areas, all public
areas, rest rooms, playing surfaces, team rooms, concessions, offices, storage
rooms for general building operation and security and provide information to
staff to support quality services.

Records and performs minor adjustments to refrigeration system, HVAC system and other related mechanical systems, control systems, records readings, and adjusts for

Contacts the HSC Operations Specialist or HSC Manager at once when any equipment malfunctions occur for timely repairs and to minimize potential downtime.

Understands, reflects, and communicates the HealthEast Sports Center mission statement to customers and staff, to insure a high level of service is maintained, including cleaning, customer service, skate sharpening, rentals and safety measures,
snow/ice removal, and record keeping.

Provides assistance in the direction of seasonal staff engaged in services to customers
according to the standards and polices of the City and the HealthEast Sports Center during work shift.

Provides assistance to open/close out POS cash Register(s) following the Cash Handling policy on a per shift basis.

Provides assistance with first aid and emergency procedures in the event of an emergency.

Prepares the facility for the next day of operation as dictated by scheduled shift;
including building alarm system, lighting, staff check in/out, log book readings, security and inspections according to specified check list.

Communicates information to the HSC Maintenance Technician, HSC Operations Specialist or HSC Manager relative to the safe and secure operation of the HealthEast Sports Center and to support the coordination of partner groups at

Performs other duties as assigned or apparent.

Ability to instruct and supervise the work and duties of other staff.

Demonstrated skill and ability with both verbal and written communications.

Ability to work independently with no direct supervision.

Flexibility and ability to work under changing priorities and peak workloads.

Demonstrated mechanical aptitudes.

Working knowledge of personal computer and basic programs.

Power and hand tools, equipment for carpentry, painting, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical; janitorial equipment, including single disk floor scrubber, wet-dry vacuums, automatic floor scrubber, mops, wringer, brooms, high lift equipment, ladders, scaffolding, personal computer, electric ice resurfacer, turf equipment, snow blowers, IAQ testing equipment, and other tools and equipment used to facilitate this job description.


High school diploma or GED equivalent.18 years of age.

Valid driver's license or ability to obtain prior to employment.

Ability to perform physical demands as listed in position description below.

Ability to work one weekend shift per week.

One year of Zamboni driving experience

Operational knowledge of ice resurfacer.

Forklift, tractor or heavy equipment operator experience

Experience using personal computers.


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.While performing the duties of Evening Maintenance Supervisor the employee is frequently required to walk, sit, talk, hear, use hands to finger, handle, feel, or operate objects, and reach with hands or arms. The employee is occasionally required to
climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift objects up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to
focus. The employee will be exposed to various cleaning agents, oils, lubricants, Freon, and other products used in the performance of this job description.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Noise levels in the work environment is usually quiet while in the office, moderately noisy in the remainder of the facility with the exception to the very noisy when the arena is occupied.

Neither smoking nor the use of any tobacco product is allowed in the facility.

The employee will frequently work under changing priorities, in peak workloads, over-time situations, adverse conditions, and come in contact with diverse clientele.

The employee is frequently exposed to changes in temperatures, as the arena is significantly cooler than the remainder of the facility.

City of Woodbury Minnesota
30+ days ago