Fleet Repair Shop Supervisor

Website Mt. Hood Meadows

At Mt. Hood Meadows, we practice what we call “The Perpetual Stoke.” We believe if we create an awesome work environment, our team will create enriching experiences for our guests. As the Fleet Repair Shop Supervisor, you will be responsible for managing a fleet of approximately 50 vehicles, which includes passenger buses and shuttle rigs, as well as overseeing a team of 3-4 mechanics. During the summer, your primary responsibility will be conducting thorough inspections and performing necessary maintenance on our fleet to optimize the performance of our vehicles during the winter season. You’ll also assist the snow cat team, delegate tasks, and anticipate vehicle needs through regular checkups. If you have a solid background in full cycle maintenance, planning, and scheduling, we invite you to bring your expertise to our team and help drive our fleet’s success.

This is a full-time, year-round, benefitted position

Fleet Repair Shop Supervisor’s Scope of Work:

  • Plans and coordinates tasks for the fleet repair shop, focusing on passenger buses, trucks, and heavy equipment.
  • Routinely inspects fleet vehicles to analyze service needs
  • Prepares and communicates maintenance schedules for fleet vehicles.
  • Operates diagnostic equipment and maintains fleet maintenance database.
  • Performs repairs and maintenance on fleet vehicles.
  • Keeps detailed records of performed maintenance and repairs.
  • Monitors shop inventory and assists in ordering parts and supplies.


Qualifications & Experience

Mt. Hood Meadows provides equal opportunities for all employees and applicants. We strongly encourage applications from people of all races, religions, sexual orientations, pregnancies, genders, gender identities, gender expressions, national origins, ages, mental or physical disabilities, ancestries, medical conditions, military or veteran status, citizenship status, socio-economic backgrounds, or any other status protected by law.

 Research has shown that women may be less likely to apply for a job if they do not check all the boxes in the job description. We encourage anyone to apply for positions that pique their interests and will consider transferable skills in placement of specific qualifications. We believe in fostering a growth mindset and want our team to develop new skills and grow into the job they want at Mt. Hood Meadows and Cooper Spur or to take elsewhere on their personal career paths.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Highschool Diploma or GED
  • Ability to be insured to operate company vehicles
  • At least 2 years of experience in leadership, management or supervisory role
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Experience servicing heavy equipment, passenger buses, or vehicles with air brakes. (TriMet, CAT, etc.)
  • Demonstrated understanding of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems
  • Comfortable managing multiple projects simultaneously
  • Strong attention to detail and time management skills
  • Ability to use hand and power tools
  • Basic welding skills
  • Able to perform work in a variety of conditions and climates including severe weather conditions
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products and basic computer operation


Preferred Experience

  • Snowcat operation and repair experience a plus
  • Experience using fleet management software
  • Current Class B CDL with passenger endorsement or ability to obtain a CDL
  • Familiar with Department of Transportation policies and regulations
  • Vehicle recovery experience


  • Starting Wage: $30/hr. – $62,400 annually
    • Base starting wage will be altered to commensurate additional certifications, licensures, and experience



  • Employer paid base medical plan, dental, vision, and life insurance for employee coverage with Buy-Up plan option; H.S.A., HRA, and FSA plan options
  • Employer 25% contribution to qualified dependents for medical insurance
  • 401k after eligibility period
  • Vacation, sick pay, and holiday pay
  • Employee Assistance Program


  • Year-Round Housing Available. Subject to Availability
  • Ski/Snowboard Season Pass for employee and qualifying dependents
  • Don’t Ski/Snowboard? Gift your lift access to a family member
  • Free Ski/Snowboard Group Lessons & Discounts on Rental Gear
  • Buddy Tickets (3 discounted tickets to share)
  • Resort Discounts (Food, Retail, Rentals, Lessons, & Daycare)
  • Mountain Exchange Program (Ability to request free lift access to regional resorts)
  • Industry Pro Deals (ExpertVoice, Outdoor Prolink, Helly Hansen, & More!)
  • Special invites to Columbia Employee Store, Adidas, and other industry retailers 
  • Uniform Provided for all Departments
  • Free Seasonal Employee Transportation from Hood River & Sandy
  • Sick Time accrued at 1 hr per 20 hrs worked, no wait period
  • Access to Team Wellness Programs
  • Team Events (Free Food & Raffle Prizes)

To apply for this job please visit us241.dayforcehcm.com.

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