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Sage Hospitality Resources Chief Engineer in Denver, Colorado


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Why Us:

The Hyatt Place Pena Station Next features 226 spacious guestrooms with separate spaces to sleep, work, and play. We have a large active bar with a revolving wall to open to exterior elements, featuring premium beers, wines and cocktails along with 3,500 square feet of meeting space. Peña Station NEXT is a transit-oriented, mixed-use development adjacent to Denver International Airport and easily accessible by the University of Colorado A Line Train. Embodying and delivering advanced technology, a robust fiber backbone, a unique sense of community, clean energy and mobility; Peña Station NEXT is modeled after renowned “smart city” concepts around the world, such as Fujisawa, Japan. The 382-acre, $500 million project is slated to offer 1.5 million square feet of commercial space, 500,000 square feet for retail outlets and 2,500 residences.


  • Oversee a small team of maintenance engineers

  • Learn the ins and outs of the hotel as it is being developed

  • Oversee all HVAC, plumbing, and electrical

  • Investigate and analyze any issues throughout the hotel


  • Must have Hotel Engineering experience

  • Leadership experience and building strong teams

  • Brand experience preferred

  • Hotel opening experience preferred

Why You Want This Job

  • Be a part of a team for a newly opened hotel!

  • Hotel & Restaurant discounts

  • Medical, Dental, Vision

  • 401k

Job Title:

Chief Engineer

Location Name:

Hyatt Place Denver/Pena Station



EEO Statement:

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/Disabled/Veterans. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Posting Overview:

The Chief Engineer supervise the implementation of all property and equipment preventive maintenance and repairs, monitor life safety systems and utilities and assist in the administration of the department in compliance with all corporate/franchise standards and local, state and national codes and regulations to protect assets, guests and employees. Supervise the day-to-day operations. Recommend and implement procedural changes. Monitor and control expenses.




Proficient in position required job skills and knowledge. Intelligent in grasping and integrating new information. Active learner with a strong sense of curiosity. Has natural instincts and insight for finding the best solution to unclear situations, issues and problems. Considers multiples resources and methods for analyzing problems. Makes great decisions.


Is effective in prioritizing work; consistently manages time and processes to create maximum efficiency with minimum disruption or redundancy. Is time sensitive, understands how work and processes fit in with other departmental or business priorities and objectives. Is able to adjust work to accommodate expected and unexpected changes. Is able to gauge progress with respect to overall impact and results.


Can think and act independently with confidence. Has personal fortitude and integrity when faced with challenges.


Energetic and takes initiative. Strives to exceed expectations and goals.


Welcoming and warm personality. Able to engage easily and actively connect with others. Is genuinely caring and compassionate; visibly demonstrates desire to understand others. Positively accepts and provides feedback.


Requires advanced knowledge of the Building Management/Engineering profession.

Requires investigating and analyzing current activities and/or information in a specialized field involving readily

available data and indicating logical conclusions and recommendations.

Requires basic computer entry skills.

Must have a working knowledge of plumbing, electrical, cooling/heating systems, and pool and spa equipment.

Must be able to work from a step ladder.

Excellent comprehension and literacy required for procedures, reports, instructions, receipts.

Must be a certified Pool/Spa operator maintain an active license.


Excellent hearing required to communicate with management and associates.

Excellent vision required to visually check hotel premises.

Excellent speech communication skills required to communicate with management and staff.

Frequent lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying weights up to 50 lbs. and greater, for all hotel equipment and


Frequent bending and/or kneeling throughout the day for repairs and maintenance of hotel property, equipment and machinery.

Continuous standing required in varying degrees throughout the day.

Climbing approximately 210 steps 10% of each day.

Climbing ladders approximately 20 feet 5% of each day.

Driving - limited driving on an occasional basis for supplies, equipment, etc. Generally within 20 miles.

Education/Formal Training

One to two years of post-high school education.


Experience required by position is from two to three full years of full employment in a related position with this

company or other organization(s).

Material/Equipment Used

Chemicals/Agents used: Water treatments, cleaning, degreasers, coil cleaners, paint thinners, gasoline.

Protective Clothing - facemask (chemical testing), goggles, rubber gloves, welding shield worn approximately 1%.

Lock out Tag Out equipment

Major equipment to include boilers, HVAC units and pumps.


Work inside 80% of a week; outside 20% of a week.

Equipment operation - power hand tools (i.e. circular saw, drill).

Area of Interest:

Building & Facility Maintenance

Position Type:

Full Time - Regular



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6110 Panasonic Way