Maintain the community in the areas of physical plant, equipment, grounds and keep accurate maintenance records. Supervise maintenance staff and maintain physical plant safety.
Performs general maintenance work on a daily basis, including replacing light bulbs, repairing electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and appliances.
Prepares resident apartments for new occupants by painting, cleaning carpets and general maintenance.
Keeps accurate maintenance records of work done, inventory and purchasing. Manages expenses through knowledge of budget. May purchase maintenance supplies, tools and appliances with Executive Director approval.
Recommends replacement of major items (such as carpet, appliances, etc.) as well as long and short term maintenance needs.
Maintains, plans and implements preventative maintenance program and prepares the Preventative Maintenance Report for Executive Director's review.
May maintain inventory of master key system, community maintenance supplies and equipment.
Must enjoy working with the elderly and able to accept constructive criticism.
Maintain Emergency Call System to ensure resident safety and community security.
Delegate and ensure quality of maintenance work orders every morning and prioritize jobs and sign off when work is completed.
Track safety inspections and logged verifications which include: emergency lights, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, conduct and document monthly fire drills, and conduct and document semi-annual evacuation drills.
Other duties as required.
Requires two years of related maintenance experience and some formal training in one or all of the following areas: carpentry, plumbing, painting, HVAC, refurbishing and cleaning.
Ability to perform general maintenance repair needs at assigned buildings, problem solve, plan, organize, communicate and cooperate with others.