Property Management staffing firm seeks Maintenance professionals with experience to provide service at apartment communities.
Maintenance staff is responsible for all aspects of property maintenance including curb appeal, service requests, apartment turnovers, preventative maintenance, and relations with associates, contractors, and team members.
Duties may include (but are not limited to)
Prepare or complete service requests and documentation
Inspect grounds & common areas
Troubleshoot repair issues
Prepare and fulfill turnover checklists
Update inventory logs
Maintenance team support
Communicate with residents regarding service requests
Communicate with management about complaints or community violations
Examples of Work That May Be Included in this Role:
Plumbing: repair, replace or install faucets, pipes, hot water tanks, toilets, garbage disposals, dishwashers, water-dispensing refrigerators, or washing machines
Electrical: repair, replace or install power switches, fuses, wall sockets, ceiling lights, ceiling fans, climate control systems, or garage doors openers
Drywall repair: fill holes caused by nails, minor dings from normal wear and tear most commonly performed between the time a tenant vacates a unit and a new renter assumes occupancy or larger holes caused by damage
Painting: minor touch-ups following damage repair to new coats of paint applied to unit walls in between residents
Appliance repair: repair, replace or install household appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, range ovens, washers and dryers, hot water tanks, and air conditioners
Preventative maintenance: perform maintenance to heating and air-conditioning systems, plumbing fixtures, sprinkler system, smoke detector and fire extinguishers
Seasonal maintenance: swimming pool opening procedures, daily maintenance, and end of season close down procedures
Health and safety maintenance (such as sprinkler systems or smoke detectors)
Career Strategies, Inc.