Assist with pit crew training and other lane maintenance personnel; delegate work, monitor progress, and evaluate results.
Follow all safety procedures, perform visual inspections, and remain alert for signs of faulty equipment/machinery.
Develop temporary solutions to equipment problems to minimize down time until a permanent solution is available.
Communicate with Manager, District Mechanic and/or Head Mechanic (if applicable); keep them informed of problems or concerns.
Perform A.P. (Approach Patrols) at least once each shift, to check for potential approach hazards, and log.
Perform lane maintenance in accordance with established company procedures and schedules, including mopping, toweling, stripping, oiling/dusting approaches, etc.
Rebuild and weld parts as necessary, plows, pin holders, cushion boxes, rake shafts, etc.
Maintain, repair, and adjust all machines and equipment - pinsetters, automatic scorers, foul units, vending machines, kitchen, and lounge equipment.
Maintain an inventory of all equipment and parts; maintain related records.
Keep machine area orderly and safe.
Promptly respond to machine calls.
Review lane call books daily to identify and resolve problems.
Perform maintenance and light carpentry work on building exteriors and interiors; perform minor plumbing and electrical repairs.
Perform basic HVAC maintenance functions, change air filters, clean coils in accordance with established company procedures and schedules, including mopping, toweling, stripping, oiling/dusting approaches.
Perform light housekeeping duties as needed.
Act as back up person for guest assistance in the pro shop; perform ball work and provide related assistance to guest; sell, fit, drill, and plug balls.