Boomtown New Orleans, located on the West Bank of the Mississippi in New Orleans and approximately 15 minutes from the French Quarter, opened in 1994 and features a 30,000-square-foot casino with more than 1,200 slot machines and 31 table games. In 2015, Boomtown opened a new five-story hotel with 150 guest rooms, spacious meeting space and state-of-the-art fitness center just steps away from the casino action. Boomtown New Orleans also features four casual and fine dining venues, a nightclub entertainment venue and more than 14,000 square feet of meeting and conference space.
Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans
4132 Peters Road
Harvey, LA 70058
The Engineer of Watch is responsible for all maintenance on the casino vessel ensuring compliance with all applicable regulation, the policies/procedures of Boomtown New Orleans and serving both the external and internal customers by providing a clean, friendly, and safe atmosphere on the vessel. The Engineer of Watch maintains all systems ensuring proper operation according to safety standards; and performs emergency duties as described in the facilities emergency plan and procedures.
(The following statements are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.)
Deliver internal and external guest service the Pinnacle Way by demonstrating each aspect of PEAK service. Motivate and encourage Team Members to be Proactive, Empowered, having great Attitudes and being Knowledgeable.
Participates in emergency drills and training sessions.
Acts as the Response Team member to perform the fire, safety, and emergency procedures of the casino to ensure the safety of patrons, employees, and the property.
Meet the expected performance standards of each task assigned.
Maintain all equipment on board the vessel at a level commiserate with a premier gaming resort.
Execute all tasks as assigned by the Engineer in Charge and Captain in Charge
Ensures that all vessel machinery is maintained in a high state of readiness and that all systems operational; notifies Engineer in Charge and Captain in Charge of necessary repairs.
Performs routine inspections and monitors all systems of the vessel; notes and corrects any discrepancies. Complete cleaning duties and maintenance/repair tasks on the vessel.
Examines machinery for specified pressure and flow of lubrication.
Participates in renovation and construction projects.
Assist with casino plumbing concerns.
Monitors casino atmosphere, reports all temperatures, air quality to the Engineer in Charge and Captain in Charge.
Assists with all HVAC main filter changes.
Assists Riverboat Superintendant in overhauling and adjusting machinery.
Stands watch in the event of any emergency.
Adhere to all regulations established by the Louisiana Gaming Control Board and Louisiana State Police Gaming, Code of Federal Regulations and other applicable agencies pertaining to riverboat gaming and vessel operations.
Maintains department record, logs, and other necessary paperwork as well as engineering log to record pertinent data according to department policy.
Performs general cleaning duties to ensure adherence to cleanliness standards.
CPR & Fire Fighting training is required
Experience in repair and maintenance of vessel mechanical systems
Ability to work independently and complete projects and solve problems with limited supervision.
Must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent
Gaming license required
These skills and abilities are typically acquired through the completion of high school or a trade school and three (3) years mechanical background with electricity, plumbing, carpentry, and HVAC. Prior experience on board riverboats preferred.