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Full-time (Benefits Included)
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing repairs, troubleshooting, and performing preventative maintenance. This individual maintains and improves operating condition, quality, and integrity of all building systems and building appearances throughout the site. Detailed activities include: unit turnover; painting as needed, carpentry, plumbing, major appliance repair, electrical issues, etc. On-call hours required. Assists in training janitorial or new personnel, Conducts maintenance inspections, including security, alarm & fire systems. Perform work-orders timely, Inspect subcontractor work, documenting performance/quality. Snow and Ice removal, Inspect grounds and common areas for cleanliness, lawn-care, sidewalk or parking lot issues to report to the manager. Technicians are Essential Personnel required to report to work for snow removal and community emergencies.
High School Diploma or Equivalent, Prior maintenance and/or construction experience required; Must have Basic mechanical skills; and ability to work independently. Ability to lift heavy equipment such as snow blowers, lawn mowers, and carpet cleaning machinery needed. Ability to walk/stand for full shift, climb ladders, and perform other physically demanding tasks is required. Must pass Competency Maintenance Test. Requires knowledge of mechanical systems and equipment, HVAC, carpentry, painting. Electrical troubleshooting & Plumbing proficiency is also required. Traveling to properties, training & business errands a must. For the safety of our residents and staff we require current COVID-19 vaccinations.
Candidates may send resumes to the Regional Manager, Randy Emlet, at the address listed above and/or the Vice President of Human Resources, Karen Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. NON-SMOKING ENVIRONMENT. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer that promotes the hiring of veterans and disabled applicants.