Water Science\Dive Tech H\H Part Time Aulani a Disney Resort & Spa
Walt Disney Parks & Resorts Careers - Kapolei, HI

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The Disney culture is enchanting and unique, and we have found a kindred spirit in the living heritage and graceful rhythm of O'ahu. Planned upon 21 acres of oceanfront, Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa, will welcome Guests in true local fashion, calling on your natural passion and Aloha spirit to help us cultivate an experience that is upbeat, colorful and rooted in tradition. While our Guests take home happiness, the legends of O'ahu will become as much a part of them as they are of you.

Water Sciences Dive Technician is an hourly role. Duties will include, but are not limited to, monitoring animal habitats and diving to clean animal habitats. Duties include cleaning and debris removal from animal habitats as well as upkeep of equipment pads used for water treatment. This role ensures adherence to strict water quality guidelines which is the basis of our aquatic animal health program. This position will primarily work a second or third shift.

Basic Qualifications
  • Knowledge of PC based software including Microsoft Office
  • Knowledge of Basic Chemistry, Biology, & Physics concepts
  • Ability to interface in a positive & productive manner with peripheral teams- Ex. Animal Programs husbandry and Maintenance Support Groups
  • Demonstrate ability to calmly deal with problem issues
  • Demonstrate excellent record keeping & documentation skills
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Exemplary attendance pattern
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Ability to be flexible with work schedule, including overtime, weekends and holidays
  • SCUBA Certification
Preferred Qualifications
  • Ability to positively interact with guests of Aulani – a Disney Resort and Spa
  • Rescue Diver Certified
  • Demonstrated strong partnering skills
  • Proven water filtration background a plus with an understanding of filters, valves, pumps and disinfection processes
  • Basic knowledge of fish behavior, physiology, general biology, nutritional requirements and reproductive needs a plus
  • Demonstrated ability to share creative and new ideas
  • Ability to troubleshoot inaccuracies and malfunctioning system components to isolate problem areas. Report mechanical discrepancies to the facilities team and leadership
  • Ability to organize work and to set priorities; has basic multi-tasking skills
  • Ability to coordinate and supervise contracted service agents as necessary
  • Ability to work as part of a global team and work well under pressure and changing situations
  • Ability to understand the basic principles of water chemistry as they pertain to Life Support systems (DO, pH, Temperature, Nitrogen cycle, turbidity, ORP/HRR, oxidizers, algaecides, rules governing chemical application, biological filtration, nutrients, etc.)
  • Ability to perform the daily accountabilities as they pertain to the shift (system inspections, skimmer/drain/pool cleaning, pool balance, etc.)
Required Education
High school degree or equivalent

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