This is a Seasonal position working part time hours, with possibilities of covering any shift. The primary responsibility of this role is the operation of water treatment equipment in order to meet established standards for animal exhibits. Technicians will operate equipment, complete system checks verifying correct operation, interpret collected data and effectively troubleshoot any conditions that are outside of the acceptable range. Technicians are also expected to assist with routine exhibit pool cleanings. This role adheres to strict water quality and operational standards which are the basis of our aquatic animal health program.
Complete daily checks of water filtration equipment and exhibits. Maintain duty log book of the daily events. Daily debris removal from animal exhibit water features. Minor upkeep / maintenance of system equipment used for water treatments. Occasional water quality analysis. Open to flexible work schedule (This could include nights, weekends, holidays and overtime). Ability build effective relationships at all levels in an organization. Strong verbal skills. Ability to calmly deal with equipment issues. Knowledge of PC based software including Microsoft Office. Excellent record keeping and documentation skills. Ability to follow basic chemistry analysis protocols. Ability to work in a team environment. Ability to positively interact with guests at WDW. Heavy Lifting up to 50 pounds is required Knowledge of water filtration equipment and concepts. Understanding of basic water treatment principals. Dissolved oxygen readings, Nitrogen cycle, water turbidity, disinfection processes, etc… Familiar with operation of automated equipment. Strong analytical skills. Ability to coordinate and supervise contracted service agents. Knowledge of advanced Excel functions- Pivot Tables, Macros etc. High School Diploma or equivalent. 698914