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Legendary Assets & Operations LLCDestin, FL
  • Full Job Description
  • The position entails the following overview of requirements.
  • Position schedule is Tuesday thru Saturday 7 am to 4pm daily.
  • Duties & Responsibilities
  • Maintain all service bays: cleaning floors
  • Maintaining service bays [ trash, waste oil removal ]
  • Maintain over head lighting in service bays
  • Maintain interior floors, walls, over head lights
  • Maintain HVAC filters and general return registers
  • Maintain bathroom floors and supplies
  • Maintain general cleaning of, stairs, elevator, area in front of Bi fold door.
  • Maintain “ clean room “ floors, trash disposal.
  • Maintain Tech break room floors, walls, stair well, deck areas and general house keeping
  • Tractor/ Hyster: each morning at 7 am, run Service Hyster with “ hopper” and pick up all service bay trash cans along with inside trash [ parts/ service offices] drop load in Service Waste management Dumpster behind Service.
  • Tractor operations at times to assist in moving Service moves and possible Hoist assistance at time.
  • Maintain the EPA containment area [ diapers, oil, filters etc]
  • Maintain the external concrete service pad area [ tire blocks, hoses, trash, pallets ] keep area clean and organized.
  • Maintain the “ black top” area between the C/D doors and the fence line to include trash/ tire blocks, hoses and general items.
  • Maintain Radio at all times.
  • Qualifications & Expectations
  • Prior work experience a plus
  • High School diploma a plus
  • Effective detailing and cleaning of all assigned units
  • Positive interaction with all team members
  • Attention to Detail, Ability to learn about boats, Follow directions
  • Lift 10 lbs infrequently, Standing, Climbing, Constant use of Hands, Outdoors
  • One Water Marine provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.
  • In addition to federal law requirements, One Water Marine complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities and applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
  • Drug Screening and background check are required.

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