Maintenance Technician

Bridge Property Management Saint George , UT 84770

Posted 3 months ago

Company Info

Bridge Property Management (BPM) is an integrated property management affiliate of BIG, providing on site property management to our owned and managed multifamily assets. Our 800+ BPM professionals manage all aspects of our assets from construction and renovation to leasing and operations. We pay attention to community social services and programs such as organized after-school homework sessions, selected adult education programs, social events and sponsored sports leagues as well as to the environmental impact of our communities.

Position Info

POSITION SUMMARY

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing various maintenance functions that are necessary to maintain and enhance the value of the community. They work with the maintenance team and management to ensure the quality of work meets the standards set by the owner and resident.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Completion of all maintenance service requests as assigned

Perform tasks associated with electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry and painting

Maintain, repair and replace HVAC systems

Repair and treat structures such as showers, sinks, appliances, doors, cabinets, walls and building exteriors

Schedule and complete preventative maintenance

Minor pool maintenance

Assist in monitoring all work being performed by outside contractors

Monitor and maintain all building systems as assigned

Assist with maintenance of grounds such as trash pick-up, sweep sidewalks and light landscaping

Make ready units for new move-ins

Assure safety practices are used which comply with all company, local, city, state and federal guidelines

Follow Bridge policies and procedures and comply with Fair Housing, state and federal laws

Regular, on-time attendance

Special projects and other responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Basic understanding of electrical, plumbing, painting, masonry and carpentry

Working knowledge of HVAC systems

Follow oral and written instructions

Ability to communicate with residents, co-workers and management

Available to perform emergency repairs at all times (24 hours/day)

Ability to climb up to 40 feet

Color vision and the ability to hear

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

EDUCATION

High school graduate or equivalent

EXPERIENCE

Two years working experience in facility maintenance

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Inside and outside in all weather conditions


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