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“The equipment provided for my job duties was first rate.”
Fun Fact: There are nearly 800 structures under our care throughout Yellowstone including a new LEED Platinum dormitory and 2 National Historic Landmarks in the Old Faithful Inn and Lake Yellowstone Hotel.
” Fun co-workers…a lot of us are there because we love the park.”
Members of our Maintenance and Engineering department do it all: from troubleshooting to repairs to installations of fixtures and equipment, as well as keeping facilities maintained to our highest standards. Hands-on skills are needed to get the job done right. After all, we serve approximately millions of visitors, 2,400 employees in park housing, 2,300 guest rooms and 1,500 campsites on a yearly basis.
Interested? There are a variety of positions on our Maintenance and Engineering crew to fit what you are looking for:
When you work as a Technician, you must have the physical and technical skills necessary for maintaining equipment and systems in good operating condition. This also includes troubleshooting and repairing. We hire Beverage Technicians, Boiler Technicians, Kitchen Technicians, Laundry Maintenance Technicians, and Fire Systems Technicians.
Do you have specific training in a skilled trade? We hire Carpenters, Electricians, Locksmiths, Plumbers, and Painters to maintain and repair systems and equipment. Members of the Historic Preservation Crew have the added responsibility for doing quality craftsmanship work on our historic structures in Yellowstone.
Are you a jack of all trades? General maintenance workers are always needed as well.
Brandon is on the Historic Preservation Crew. He came out to Yellowstone from Missouri four years ago. “I came to take a summer off from from my previous career and forgot to leave.” While he may not be on the front lines of guest service, he still finds himself interacting with guests as they are curious about the jobs he is working on. In his free time, he enjoys reading and skiing. His best tip for new employees is: “don’t feel constrained by your current job. If something interests you take a chance and try it out.”