Assistant Chief Engineer

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  • Dubai
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Website One&Only Royal Mirage

At One&Only, we exist to create joy for our guests through anticipation, creativity, precision, empathy and warmth. We tailor every aspect of our guests’ stay to bring their dreams and desires to life. With an atmosphere that’s chic but wonderfully unstuffy™, and a team who are meticulous but warm, we seek to exceed our guests’ expectations at every possible turn.

Gleaming in the vibrant heart of New Dubai, enveloped in private sands and luxuriant gardens, One&Only Royal Mirage is a sanctuary of traditional splendour where indulgence and excitement gloriously combine. With abundant knowledge and generosity, we anticipate our guest’s every need and surpass expectations. Whether we are designing the perfect family day out or arranging a romantic private dinner, we approach everything with imagination to spark a sense of playfulness, discovery and adventure. This is not simply our job, it’s our passion.

With stunning resorts located across the globe and exciting expansion planned, Kerzner International currently has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Assistant Chief Engineer to join the Engineering team at One&Only Royal Mirage Hotel in Dubai.

With the global growth of our brands, you will be an integral part of Resort’s success and your role goes beyond developing potential relationships with our guests and colleagues. Where you will add significant value, identifying ways to further strengthen and, to continuously support in providing outstanding service to our business; ensuring quality and consistency in all that we do.

Suitable candidate will be reporting directly to the Director of Engineering and should have a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in a similar position in luxury resorts or five star hotels, who will have a reputation of being a trusted and a collaborative partner of the business. He/She must be presentable, highly dedicated and a great team player with a passion for quality service and must be willing to work flexible hours. Should be able to manage maintenance operations of entire Resort facility, including guest rooms, building structure, all mechanical, electrical, H.V.A.C. systems, power plant, sewage treatment plant and energy conservation standards and programs. Ensure the upkeep of guest and service areas to maintain them in proper working order and appearance. Coordinate all renovation, expansion, and special projects.

Excellent spoken and written communication skills in English and/or another language.

Our brand is expanding faster than ever before. We are investing in the growth of our company, and that means we are committed to investing in you. Join a team that is open-hearted, intuitive, generous, and spontaneous in spirit. We believe in making our guests happy beyond anything they have ever imagined. We wow them at every turn and create memories that will last a lifetime. You will be at the heart of this vision, to constantly innovate to deliver Amazing Experiences and Everlasting Memories.

ABOUT US

HISTORY AND CULTURE
“Marhaba” and welcome to the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.).

Formerly known as the Trucial States following independence from Britain, the U.A.E. is today a federation of seven emirates formed in 1971 comprised of: Abu Dhabi (capital state), Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras al Kaimah, Umm al Quwain and Fujairah.

The city-state of Dubai is the second largest member of the U.A.E. and its most important port and commercial centre. It’s hard to imagine that within just the last half century alone, these desert shores that were once home to Bedouin tribes and small fishing villages have given rise to one of the world’s most dazzling cities. Home to logic-defying architecture and engineering feats of spectacular wonder such as Palm Island, an iconic man-made landscape that can be seen from space, Dubai has a population of approximately 2.4 million, and home to a wide diversity of nationalities. Whilst Arabic is the official language, English is widely spoken.

Long before the discovery of oil in the 1960s, Dubai was known as the “City of Merchants,” a gateway to the Gulf long renowned for its Bedouin traditions of hospitality welcoming seafarers and traders from other lands. Today, Dubai extends this welcome to holiday makers and business visitors, offering facilities of the highest international standard combined with the charm and adventure of the Middle East; an exceptional blend of modern city and desert.