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Maintenance Lead Technician

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The Legacy Company Memphis , TN 37501

Posted 2 months ago

The Legacy Company is actively recruiting for several LEAD Maintenance Technicians for our multi-million dollar apartment communities in the Memphis and Mississippi Delta region. We offer exceptional benefits and competitive salaries. Please note: Applicants must have previous supervisory experience to qualify for this position.

Duties

  • Reports and coordinates with the On-site Property Manager on all service request, make ready, preventative maintenance, inspections, and budget status.
  • Manages all service technicians and on-site vendors.
  • Prioritize and organize all service request and make ready apartments.
  • makes material and vendor orders with Manager approval.
  • Responsible for meticulous upkeep of grounds, amenities, building exteriors and leasing office.
  • Responsible for the care, maintenance and inventory of all supplies and equipment owned by Legacy Partners.
  • Remove trash from office areas and apartment community perimeter on a daily basis.
  • Assist in the preparation of market ready units, including cleaning, painting, light carpentry work, clean carpets.
  • Follow the directives and have a team spirit while working with the Community Manager.
  • Assist with snow removal.
  • Assist in the troubleshooting and/or repair of mechanical, carpentry, plumbing and electrical problems.
  • Report any maintenance concerns for repairs on available apartments, models, clubhouse, and/or common areas.
  • Meticulously maintains curb appeal.
  • Deliver professional communication documentation to residents.
  • Ensures that unsafe conditions are corrected in a timely manner.

Qualifications

  • Previous supervisory experience required.
  • YOU MUST BE HVAC or EPA certified - no exceptions.
  • Multi-family property management maintenance experience required.
  • Ability to operate a motor vehicle and valid driver's license required
  • Carpentry, painting, plumbing, pool experience a plus.
  • Successfully pass a drug screen and thorough background examination.

Benefits:

Affordable, High Quality Family Benefits available for medical, dental, and vision insurance. Company paid life insurance with supplemental insurance available, and much more. PTO - Vacation and Sick. Paid Volunteer hours.

Employment with The Legacy Company is contingent upon successful completion of a background check, possessing a valid drivers license and drug screen.

The Legacy Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Maintenance Lead Technician

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The Legacy Company