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Maintenance Technician - Summer 2021

April 27 2021
Industries Accomodations, Food services
Categories Hospitality, Catering, Tourism, Hospitality, Catering, Tourism, Hospitality, Catering, Tourism, Leisure, Entertainment, Maintenance, Service, People Monitoring, Technical services, Maintenance, Trades, Manual, Operator, Machinist, Trades, Technicians, Construction, Trades, Technicians, Construction, Trades, Technicians, Construction
Tahsis, BC • Remote

Looking for an employment experience of a lifetime? Join Nootka Marine Adventures for your West Coast wilderness opportunity; make lasting memories and friendships while you earn money for your next adventure.

Join our team today!

True Key Hotels & Resorts proudly manages Nootka Marine Adventures at Newton Cove Resort, located in Espinosa Inlet near the Pacific entrance to Esperanza Inlet. Providing some of the easiest access to the region’s best fishing, this is an all-inclusive floating luxury resort that also provides full fish processing so your catch stays fresh.

True Key Hotels & Resorts provides competitive employment packages for its team members, including health benefits, competitive wages, education allowance, employee discount programs, on the job training and opportunities for advancement.

This position is available at Newton Cove Resort, with an expected start of May 1, 2021.

This position requires a well rounded person with a background and aptitude in general/auto mechanics and maintenance who possesses the ability to adapt and prioritize in an ever changing fast paced environment. The candidate must be able to direct and supervise a crew and help less experienced employees complete daily tasks as well as work alone around the resort. Experience with diesel generators, treated septic system and UV water purification systems is required. Being located so close to the salt water, our equipment (weed whackers, water pumps, small engines, etc.) need servicing and upkeep and this person would help fix and maintain these various tools and equipment as well as monitor their condition.

Requirements for Live-In Fishing Resort Maintenance Supervisor
(Includes but not limited to):


  • 3 years experience in related field
  • Valid class 5 driver's license and clean driver’s abstract
  • SVOP and boating experience is an asset
  • Water safe and First Aid courses are an asset
  • WHMIS Certification can be provided


  • Mechanically inclined, conscientious and detail oriented.
  • General Handyman experience.
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
  • Ability to work with hand tools, power tools, small engine equipment and construction materials.
  • Ability to walk, stand and crouch for long periods of time and carry out strenuous physical tasks.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs repeatedly through a day.
  • Dedication to the guest’s experience and resort cleanliness.
  • Assist all resort departments and liaise with managers as needed.
  • Willing to live and work remotely.


  • Daily monitoring of the power system, general operation and maintenance.
  • Daily record taking and scheduled filter changes for diesel generators, treated septic system and UV water purification systems.
  • Cleaning, basic maintenance as per the resort manual, trouble shooting and scheduling of repairs required for the resort systems.
  • Resort repairs and General “handyman” duties (docks, doors, locks, shower doors, toilet repairs, painting etc.).
  • Handle oils, fuels, solvents and chemicals in a safe manner that is consistent with environmental regulations and best practices and WHMIS training.
  • Guest services include assisting guests, monitoring the fire pit areas in the evenings, turning off propane fires at the end of the night, pumping boat fuel for guests, and other duties.
  • Move heavy furniture, equipment and supplies.
  • Ensure that security and safety measures are in place at the resort.
  • Immediately report any incidents that result in property damage or personal injury to staff and/or guests.
  • Inventory and documentation of resort property.
  • Keep all areas of the lodge clean, tidy and free of hazards.
  • Perform emergency duties as required within the scope of your training.
  • Participate in crew safety meetings.
  • Adhere to health & safety standards.
  • Ensure safety and confidentiality of our owners, guests and employees.

Must be legally entitled to work in Canada.