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Aramark’s leisure group specializes in lodging, recreation, conference centers and meeting services. The scope of our operations includes lodging, conference and meeting space, houseboats and other marine activities, retail merchandise, casual and fine dining experiences, and interpretive tours in some of this country's most pristine protected lands and national parks. We have been active partners with the National Park Service for over 20 years, providing high-quality visitor services in numerous locations across the United States. We are one of the nation’s leading managers of conference centers with a strong focus on customer experience. We are considered a premier provider of professional services by clients and competition alike, committed to providing high-quality recreation, hospitality and authentic experiences to clients and visitors from all over the world.
Responsible for operating radio equipment. Communicates with public, vessels, or other remote operations. Adjusts voice volume and sets transmitters to certain frequencies.
• Communicate with guests to provide general information of the area, operations and services.
• Be able communicate and work well with the National Park Service and other state and federal agencies.
• Broadcast weather conditions for the local area of operations.
• Receive and transmit communications.
• Use radiotelegraph or radiotelephone, UHF radios, computers and other general equipment.
• Clean, repair, and store equipment.
• Test equipment to ensure its functioning properly.
• Install, operate, and monitor radio equipment.
• Report violations regarding radio communications.
• Interpret coded messages and emergency signals.
• Exchange transmission instructions with receiving operators.
• Monitor emergency frequencies and respond to calls or distress.
• Activate power and adjust voice volume.
• Dispatch emergency personnel if requested.
Status and Scope:
• Radio Operator will report to the Marina Manager
• The Radio Operator should be willing to gain a good understanding of Lake Powell Resorts and Marinas and surrounding area, becoming fully knowledgeable on the area's history, activities and amenities
Telephone, calculator, photocopier, computer, short wave radio transmitter and receiver
Travel Requirements: Little or No Travel (>10%)
LIGHT - Lifting 20 pounds maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying objects up to 10 pounds