Working as a team with the entire Plant Operations department, the Maintenance Tech III performs general maintenance duties, preventive maintenance, service calls, and emergency maintenance as needed and assigned.
Continues to perform minor repairs and similar duties that may be assigned to Maintenance Techs I & II, but is considerably faster and more proficient compared to Tech levels I & II, and requires little to no oversight or direction.
Uses complex schematics and blueprints to troubleshoot and correct problems.
Provides direction to co-workers through hands-on assistance, direction, support, and development; and serves as a positive role model by way of example.
Displays and practices a work style that reflects the mission, philosophy and goals of the organization.
Provides excellent customer service to residents as demonstrated by doing the following:
Preview work order, call resident, and arrive at unit prepared with all tools/parts needed
Greet resident by name, introduce yourself, and tell him/her what you will be working on.
If resident is not home, leave a note
Thoroughly clean up after yourself when finished with the job
When a resident asks you to do something not on the work order, if it will take less than 15 minutes, do it! If it will take over 15 minutes or doing it will make you late for an appointment, ask if you can use their phone to call in the work order on their behalf.
May complete apartment turnovers and scheduled pool/pond/lake maintenance.
Assigned one week of on-call duty approximately once each quarter.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum five years of increasingly responsible maintenance experience in residential multifamily and/or senior living maintenance required.
Must be knowledgeable in troubleshooting, repairing, replacing, and testing of various electrical systems, controllers, boilers, HVAC, kitchen and laundry equipment, lighting and low voltage systems.
Ability to read and understand complex schematics and blueprints.
Basic understanding of state and national building codes.
Computer proficient using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Ability to understand and follow instructions in English, communicate effectively, and perform simple arithmetic.
Must have a passion for providing excellent customer service.
About Stoneridge Creek:
Stoneridge Creek is a large Continuing Care Retirement Community on 50 acres in Pleasanton, CA in the Bay Area. Community consists of over 400 Independent Living Units in Villas, Town Homes and Apartments as well as a Healthcare Center consisting of 68 Skilled Nursing beds and 74 Assisted Living Apartments.
Stoneridge Creek strongly promotes its STAR values which are: Service to residents and colleagues (S), Team Success (T), Aiming for excellence (A) and Doing the Right thing (R).
We appreciate your interest in employment opportunities at our community. We are committed to hiring high quality, professional and caring individuals. We value and recognize the importance of supporting, training, and retaining our employees to better serve our residents. We look for employees with a passion for customer service.
Prior to beginning work at our community, applicants must complete and pass a drug screening, physical exam with tuberculosis (TB) skin test, and criminal clearance through FBI and Department of Justice (over 18 only). The background search includes minor misdemeanors and DUIs.
Stoneridge offers an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, flexible spending accounts, and a Safe Harbour 401(k) plan with match.
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