Head Ice Technician Job Description/Responsibilities
Burlington Golf & Country Club is a private members club that is now accepting applications for the position of Head Ice Technician. Our 6-sheet facility offers a special opportunity for the right candidate to join our dedicated team in providing a rewarding curling experience for our 600 + curling members of all levels.
The Ice Technician is responsible for the day-to-day ice operations and maintaining a high standard of playing conditions expected in a private club environment. The season runs from approximately September 1st to April 30th each season.
The Head Ice Technician shall work with the Curling Manager on a regular basis and provide an ice maintenance schedule to ensure a smooth transition between draws, bonspiels and special events. The Head Ice Technician is expected to oversee the maintenance operation of the entire ice/rink and all aspects of the curling plant. The Chief Operating Officer shall oversee the employment of the Head Ice Technician and set their responsibilities.
- Plant start up and Ice Installation
- Maintaining the club standards of playing conditions
- Daily Ice Maintenance
- Hiring, training and scheduling of ice maintenance staff
- Daily Ice and Plant logs
- Level II Technicians Certificate
- End of season shutdown and ice removal
- Inspect and arranging repairs of all ice making equipment
- Negotiable based on experience and qualifications
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