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Maintenance Person Needed for 2 senior housing communities:
Education: High School diploma or equivalent and technical training/experience in a building trade
No Criminal History and must be able to pass drug test
Experience: 2 years or more in skilled maintenance work
Equipment: Must have own basic tools such as: Drill & Bits (Metal & Wood), Hammer, Level, Wrenches, Screwdrivers (Phillips, Standard, & various sizes), Scrapers, Tape Measure, Toolbox or Bucket, Wrenches/Sockets, and Various Pliers, etc. You may need to add tools as you progress in this position.
â¢ To take direction from the supervisor and Property Manager
â¢ To effectively manage and solve problems
â¢ To meet deadlines
â¢ To use a computer for word documents, spreadsheets, email, and accessing online for work related purposes
â¢ To read, write legibly, do basic math, and follow instructions
â¢ To lift, push, pull, climb, and extensive walking.
â¢ To work in a collaborative manner as a member of the site team
â¢ To relate professionally with vendors, residents, and co-workers
â¢ To communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds
â¢ To monitor and work within budgets
â¢ To commit to the mission and values of Northwest Real Estate Capital Corp.
â¢ To be flexible to change work plans
â¢ To maintain scheduled work hours
â¢ To maintain a professional personal appearance
â¢ To be able to drive a vehicle, this includes maintaining a valid driver's license, in order to run errands.
â¢ To oversee work progress of vendors or outside contractors
â¢ To travel for training opportunities from time to time
III. Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities:
1. Completes work orders in a timely and accurate manner. Cleans up after work is complete.
2. Performs repairs on the property and/or units, including painting, carpentry, wall repair, minor plumbing, minor electrical, air conditioning, heating, and etc.
3. Turn units in a timely manner, which may include but not limited to: repairs, painting, cleaning, and scheduling vendors.
4. Maintains grounds and common areas, including lawns and flowerbeds, shrubbery, parking areas, trash pickup.
5. Provides on-call maintenance. Responds to emergencies as instructed and completes incident/accident reports related to an emergency or incident.
6. Sets up conference room and community space as needed. (If applicable).
7. Maintains property maintenance logs and inventory of supplies and equipment.
8. Advises the Regional Property Manager of substantial issues that can affect the property.
9. Meets daily, as applicable, with Property Manager and provides updates.
10. Responsible for overall physical condition of the property.
11. Follows through with 504 Self Evaluation repairs and maintenance.
12. Submits timely and accurately, purchase orders, invoices, and work orders
13. Accurately codes daily time in the online system.
IV. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) REQUIREMENTS
Physical: Frequently required to push/pull objects weighing more than 100 lbs and lift and carry objects weighing more than 50 lbs but less than 100. Frequently required to perform simple manipulative tasks such as using hand tools and operating maintenance machinery. Must be able to walk, stand, squat, drive, and remain in uncomfortable positions for periods of time necessary to accomplish maintenance repairs.
Sensory: Frequently required to read fine print on plans, regulatory documents, maintenance coding, and instructions. Must be able to distinguish normal sounds with some background noise to phones, etc. Must be able to speak clearly and hear and understand others using the English language.
Please pick up application at 419 Miller Street, Lewiston, ID or call 208-746-8137
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