Facilities Maintenance Technician

Carnival Cruise Line

Job Description

Facilities Maintenance Technician – Denali, AK

Service Excellence. Performance. Integrity. Teamwork. Consistency. Innovation.

Be a part of the team who maintains the overall workings of the hotel property, ensuring the facilities are clean and in good operating condition. You will provide reliability, dependability and a positive attitude in a diverse environment as you support multiple departments; ensuring the safest and most enjoyable experience for our guests and team members alike.


Performs preventative maintenance on building systems, plumbing, electrical, mechanical and control systems and related components; tests system competency and component devices and evaluates performance.

Repairs and maintains a variety of facilities systems, components and structures; repairs building plumbing, low-voltage, and line voltage electric systems, door hardware, fire and life safety protection equipment/systems, sprinkler systems, sensors and related hardware and software; constructs and maintains indoor/outdoor facilities, fans, lights and related; conducts structural inspections for safety.

Maintains induction and air handling units; cleans and inspects all equipment, completes filter changes, lubricates, maintains and services mechanical and refrigeration and/or cooling systems.

Performs service and preventative maintenance on small motorized equipment engines and carts; troubleshoots equipment problems and identifies when appropriate for external service provider to make repairs or perform warranty work.

Identifies repair and maintenance projects requiring the assistance of contractors or vendors; participates in documenting challenges that require contractor repairs; monitors work of vendors or contractors.

Assists management to determine training needs for seasonal work team and assists in the training of less-skilled staff in facilities maintenance trades.

Responsible for paper and electronic recordkeeping related to preventative and corrective maintenance and repair, tracks and closes assigned work orders; may monitor work orders assigned to others and assist them in managing work orders.

Responds to emergencies to ensure that all facilities are protected and remain operational. Assists with tasks required in preparing to open and close lodges for winter operations, including winterization and snow and ice removal, systems and equipment checks and start-up operations as assigned.

Knows and understands all safety procedures. Trains less-skilled staff on safety procedures related to lodge operations.

Operates carts and service vehicles; responsible for safe operation and reporting any observed maintenance needs or accidents.

Maintains appropriate records and reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.


One year of facilities maintenance, construction, or repair experience in a commercial or industrial setting.

You must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test. You will become part of our randomized drug pool.

Successful completion of pre-employment background check, that will include a credit check.

You must have a valid driver’s license for operation of a motor vehicle with a clean driving record. A Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) of the last three years will be requested.

Participates in HAP’s sustainability program, aka “Sustain Alaska & the Yukon”, and efforts by actively recycling (where available), reducing waste, and educating guests about our commitment to the environment.

Participate in HAP’s safety culture to ensure a safe workplace for all team members and a safe vacation experience for all guests.

Dedicated to delivering excellent customer service to all guests, coworkers, and vendors.

Dedicated commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment.

Forklift driver certification required within six months of employment.

Must be eligible to work in the United States.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

Ability to clearly communicate, verbally and in writing, with all levels of employees, management, and customers.

Ability to prioritize work while maintaining attention to details and time constraints, working independently or in a team environment.

Ability to support and comply with all company policies, procedures, guidelines and safety standards, both at work and in housing (if applicable).

Maintains a broad working knowledge of materials, systems and code requirements related to maintenance of facilities. You will need the knowledge of power and hand tools used in facilities maintenance; recordkeeping techniques and regulations, including use of automated record systems; OSHA workplace health and safety standards and procedures; use of computers to use automated recordkeeping tools, automated system controls, and email; customer service practices.

Must be comfortable to work in both the indoors and outdoors that could have exposure to various weather conditions.

May be exposed to potentially hazardous conditions, noise and temperature extremes.

Must be able to frequently bend, stand, kneel, climb ladders, reach below and above shoulders, and crawl.

Wrist, hand and finger dexterity is required to operate various equipment and materials.

The ability to lift 60 lbs./23 kg and occasionally move up to 100 lbs., work around equipment safely, and stand/walk for long periods of time.

Working knowledge of computer programs to maintain logs, inventories and purchasing records; respond to service requests and emails; monitor and manage work orders.

The ability to use and train others on a variety of tools and power equipment; plan and coordinate work; track and plan preventative maintenance work; maintain records and reports in computerized and written formats, compliant with regulatory requirements.

The ability to effectively use email and automated calendaring systems; make arithmetic calculations quickly and accurately; learn and apply health and safety regulations; work independently with minimal supervision; understand and follow oral and written directions; optimize efficiencies provided by automated maintenance management and service request tools; work from blue prints, shop drawings and sketches; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.


Cruise and Travel Privileges for you and your family​

Health Benefits

401(k) Plan

Employee Stock Purchase Plan

Training & Professional Development

Rewards & Incentives

Our Culture…Stronger Together:

Our highest responsibility, and therefore our top priorities, are always compliance; environmental protection; and the health, safety, and well-being of our guests, the people in places we visit, and our Carnival family, both shoreside, and shipboard. Please visit our site to learn more about our Culture Essentials, Corporate Vision Statement, and our Core Values at: https://www.princess.com/aboutus/culture-framework/ .

Holland America Line and Princess are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances.