Maintenance Technician (Full Time)

  • Job Reference: 00002479-1
  • Date Posted: 10 May 2022
  • Company: Commonwealth Management Co
  • Location: Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Facility Maintenance
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

The primary responsibilities of this position are:

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the general appearance and maintenance of the physical property and for ensuring the efficient operation of the property on a daily basis. As a Maintenance Technician, there are 2 priorities:

1) Property appearance and curb appeal. The property must be kept clean, free of debris and liabilities;

2) Work Orders. This may include resident service requests for repairs in occupied units or it would be common area repairs or project work to be completed.

3) Apartment Turns. All work tasks involved in preparing an apartment for occupancy for a new resident. Upon move-out the maintenance technician may have to remove items that were left by the former resident, paint, perform maintenance tasks, cleaning, etc. as needed to complete the apartment turn for the next occupant. It is important this task is completed timely (5 or less days as needed to accommodate the new resident move-in date).   Due to the nature of the property management industry, this position must be available to work the last day and first day of each month. The Maintenance Technician is required to be on call  and work hours may flex or vary depending on business demands. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Be on-call as scheduled by management for after hour emergencies. Will respond to all emergencies within 30 minutes, and in accordance with the Insurance/Crisis Response Policy.
  2. Test all emergency lighting in accordance with the preventive maintenance manual procedures.
  3. Check exterior of buildings for any maintenance problems. Replace light bulbs as necessary.
  4. Check vacant apartments for needed repairs and complete those repairs.
  5. Grout tiles and caulk tub/toilet/sink as necessary.
  6. Repair and replace locks and dead bolt locks as needed. Rotate locks at turnover.
  7. Check all doors and windows for proper operation and weather stripping, paying particular attention to all fire doors and building entry doors.
  8. Repair and replace windows and screens.
  9. Do monthly smoke detector checks in 100% of the households on their property.
  10. Follow the preventative maintenance program as outlined within the different binders.
  11. Adhere to all CMC policies and procedures.

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