Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts Banff AB Maintenance Labourer

Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts
Banff, AB
From $20 an hour - Permanent, Full-time
Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts
Banff, AB
From $20 an hour
Job details

From $20 an hour
Job type
Shift and schedule
Weekends as needed
Monday to Friday

Banff, AB

Pulled from the full job description
Dental care
Extended health care

Full job description
CRMR is looking for Maintenance Labourers to join our team in Buffalo Mountain Lodge in Banff, Alberta and Emerald Lake Lodge in Field, BC (around 25 minutes from Lake Louise, Alberta).

Position: Maintenance Labourer

Report to: Maintenance Manager/Maintenance Assistant Manager/Maintenance Supervisor

Department: Maintenance

Hours: As required

Primary Function: The Maintenance Labourer is responsible for performing a wide range of maintenance tasks at our lodge, ensuring the upkeep and smooth operation of the property. This role requires a hands-on approach to building maintenance, repairs, renovations, and groundskeeping.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Carry out daily duties assigned by maintenance leadership team.
Perform various building maintenance tasks including drywall repairs, painting, carpentry, tiling, minor plumbing and electrical repairs.
Conduct groundskeeping and snow removal using hand tools and machinery.
Operate equipment safely, such as snow blowers, front-end loaders, and power tools.
Manage shipping and receiving duties, including unloading deliveries and handling waste.
Perform maintenance in guest rooms and respond to related complaints.
Conduct routine property and system checks, reporting any issues.
Handle chemicals safely for maintenance purposes (e.g., hot tub, sewage plant).
Drive the guest shuttle outside of Bell hours if needed.
Maintain a clean and organized workshop and adhere to safety protocols.
Wear appropriate PPE and follow the CRMR Employee Handbook and grooming policies.
Record daily tasks and participate in safety meetings as required.
Perform other duties as assigned by the maintenance manager.

Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
Experience in basic carpentry, drywall repair, and painting.
Skills in electrical, plumbing, or tiling are advantageous.
Ability to perform basic maintenance tasks and troubleshoot problems.
Commitment to safety standards and learning new skills (firefighting equipment, chemical handling, etc.).
Capability to work in various weather conditions and shift patterns.
Ability to work independently and handle physical demands such as lifting (up to 80 pounds) and climbing ladders.
Please note that only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts (CRMR) is committed to building a workplace where everyone can succeed and belong. As Bow Valley Workplace Inclusion Charter signatory, we are working to build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive team environment. We value a wide range of skills, experiences, and backgrounds; and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. CRMR is continuously evolving our systems and practices to remove barriers so all equity seeking groups can succeed.

If you can’t apply online or request accommodation during the application or hiring process, please contact our Human Resources Department at 1-403-760-4474.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Pay: From $20.00 per hour

Expected hours: 35 – 44 per week


Dental care
Extended health care
Flexible Language Requirement:

French not required

Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Supplemental pay types:

Overtime pay
Application question(s):

Do you have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record?
Will you be able to reliably commute or relocate to one of our hotels? (Banff, Lake Louise, Field, BC)

Basic maintenance and repair: 1 year (preferred)
Work Location: In person

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