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Maintenance Worker, Full Time

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Maple Knoll Communities Cincinnati , OH 45201

Posted 2 months ago

Maple Knoll Communities has an immediate opening for a Maintenance Worker. This position is senior retirement apartment buildings located in the Reading and Beechmont areas. Responsibilities include performing basic maintenance tasks and custodial duties. To be considered you must have an excellent work history. Previous apartment maintenance experience preferred. You must have reliable transportation and be able to travel between both locations.

Maintenance Duties:

  • Replaces burned out light bulbs including, exit lights, overhead lights, fluorescent lights, room call lights, appliance bulbs, pole lights, etc.,

  • Maintains and repairs electrical systems and equipment including ground fault interrupters, magnetic door locks, electrical plugs and receptacles, switches, motors, emergency generators, emergency lighting, wiring, circuit breakers, disconnects, fuses, switch gear, relays, transformers, etc., as specified by the manufacturer and in accordance with established policies and procedures

  • Maintains and repairs plumbing equipment and systems including, water heaters, water fountains, toilets, sinks, urinals, booster heater, boilers, drains, piping, faucets, showers circulating pumps, etc., as specified by the manufacturer and in accordance with established policies and procedures

Removes snow and ice form streets, driveways, entrances and sidewalks during snowstorms.

  • Drives company vehicles in a safe manor and only on company business.

  • Performs emergency service/repairs when requested by the supervisor.

Housekeeping duties:

  • Cleans various resident areas, hallways, public restrooms, and offices.

  • Cleans, mops, sweeps, vacuums, or dust mops floors.

  • Dusts furniture and equipment.

  • Cleans windows and sills.

We offer an exemplary benefit package which includes medical, dental, 401(k) and company paid vision, life insurance, PTO, short and long term disability.


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Maintenance Worker, Full Time

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Maple Knoll Communities