Certified Maintenance Technician
Certified Maintenance Technician
Start Date: 2/1/21
$19 - $20 / Hour
QUALIFICATIONS: Education/Experience/Knowledge of:
Requires the ability to read and write English fluently, and the ability to accurately perform basic to intermediate mathematical functions, which include addition, subtraction, multiplication, etc.
Minimum of two to three years’ previous experience in property maintenance, other building maintenance or related trade.
Requires the ability to diagnose problems with and repair the following:
Basic - intermediate plumbing
Basic - intermediate electrical (when no license required)
Pool care (if required by property)
Roofs and gutters
Requires ability to transport or move up to 100 pounds variable distances, the mobility and flexibility to use ladders and to access and work in confined spaces (attics, crawl spaces, etc.).
Ability to move throughout the property to which assigned and have ability to climb stairs.
Requires ability to deal well with people.
Requires good communication skills.
Requires strong customer service representation.
Requires the ability to drive a car without jeopardizing the safety of prospects, residents, fellow employees or the general public.
Requires individuals to furnish their own vehicle while working on the property.
Requires individual to be proficient in the use of general maintenance equipment, including, but not limited to, hand tools, paint equipment, ladders, Freon recovery units, landscaping equipment, pool chemicals, ice removal equipment and required safety equipment.
Requires the ability to work the normal business hours of the property and any after-hours emergency or on-call hours with the exception of any pre-approved time off or company holidays.
Requires a valid driver’s license and valid car insurance for the state in which employed. Real estate license (when required by the state).
Requires EPA certifications for Freon recycling.
Other licenses and certifications as required by state or federal law.
Maintain the physical condition of the property according to company operating and safety standards and ensuring that service requests and repairs are performed correctly and in a timely manner.
Perform general maintenance repair tasks without endangering self, residents or fellow employees.
Assist Service Supervisor with organizing and prioritizing service requests and general maintenance tasks.
Assist Service Supervisor with overseeing turnkey operation and ensuring that vacant units are made rent-ready by assigned deadlines. Perform turnkey work as required.
Assist with the cleanliness of the grounds and amenities at all times.
Assist Service Supervisor with maintaining a complete and full inventory of supplies and tools sufficient for providing service and maintaining the property.
Assist Service Supervisor with maintaining a preventive maintenance program that minimizes emergency repairs, service requests and the utilization of outside contractors.
Adhere to the company’s safety program, policies and procedures. Assist Service Supervisor in maintaining the hazard communications program. Teach, promote and perform safe work practices among on-site staff and this position.
Participate in company training classes and meetings as required.
Special projects or additional duties assigned by supervisor that are essential for the operations of the property.
Identifies and reports any problem which could be a hazard or potentially dangerous for residents, staff, guests and the public. This includes condition of pool gates, fencing, lighting, trip hazards, etc.
Resumes can be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org