Maintenance Technician II

EAH Housing Oakland , CA 94604

Posted 5 months ago

Position is for a full-time Maintenance Technician II position to work at Cathedral Gardens, a 102-unit family affordable housing community in Oakland, CA. Qualified candidate must be willing to live onsite in a 2-bedroom apartment. Qualified candidates will have 2+ years of apartment maintenance experience, new construction and warranty work. Position pays between $18.69/hr to $22.89/hr with housing.

COMPANY OVERVIEW

EAH Housing has been developing, managing and promoting affordable housing since 1968. We are one of the largest and most respected nonprofit housing development and management organizations in the western United States. With a staff of over 450, EAH develops multi-family housing, manages over 100 properties in California and Hawaii, and plays a leadership role in local, regional and national housing advocacy efforts.

At EAH, we put our core values into action on a daily basis. We recognize that training is a critical investment in the success of our employees and in the continued excellence of EAH. Please visit our website to learn more about our culture and read employee comments to learn more about what it would be like to work at EAH.

For immediate consideration, please apply to requisition MAINT01796 on our website www.eahhousing.org/careers

POSITION OVERVIEW

The Maintenance Technician II performs a wide variety of Maintenance Duties. This position is expected to be able to repair and maintain most items on a property without outside vendor assistance. Generally the Maintenance Technician II works at a property with 100+ units.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • All Facets of Lock and Key replacement/repair, including weather stripping, door and window functioning and locks

  • Performs all Interior Repairs related to Walls and Doors

  • Electrical Repairs including; Fixtures, Lights, Plugs and Switches

  • Changes AC Filters, Checks Coils, Cleans and Repairs when necessary

  • Performs Annual Unit Inspections

  • Ensures the Turnover of Units in 5 days

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 2+ Years of Related Apartment Maintenance Experience

  • Knowledge and Skills in Plumbing, Electrical, and General Maintenance

  • CADL, Clean DMV and Reliable Transportation

  • HVAC Certification Plus

CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK REQUIREMENTS

EAH Housing conducts criminal background checks on all candidates who have received a conditional job offer. Once you have receive such an offer, you will be required to submit and pass our criminal background requirements. Please be advised that certain roles may also require fingerprinting due to legal requirements. If onsite housing is a requirement of the position, any household members over 18 years of age who will be living onsite with the candidate must also undergo a criminal background check and tenant screening. Satisfactory completion of background check and fingerprinting requirements is a requirement of employment with EAH

BENEFITS

We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, as well as a 403(b) retirement plan with company match. We also offer a generous vacation accrual, holiday schedule and work schedule flexibility.

EAH Housing is an AA/EEO/Veterans/Disabled Employer. CA BRE #00853495 | HI RB-16985


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