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San Francisco, California | Direct Hire
Located in the heart of the Mission District (and in close proximity to BART and Muni!), this 132-unit apartment complex designed for families, the elderly and people with disabilities seeks a Maintenance Technician to join our team. In addition to the residential units, there is 5, 900 square feet of commercial space. Candidate must be strong in plumbing, electrical, and carpentry (e.g. prior cabinet installation experience).
LOCAL CANDIDATES ONLY. DO NOT CONTACT PROPERTY DIRECTLY.
SUMMARY OF POSITION: Under the supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, the Maintenance Technician will perform a number of varied responsibilities including but not limited to performing general maintenance of all apartments, grounds, and common areas.
These duties and responsibilities may change depending on management' s discretion, and additional duties or job functions that can be performed safely may be required as deemed necessary by supervisory personnel.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES include the following but are not limited to the job specifications contained herein.
• Maintain the property to ensure the accomplishment of the owner' s goals and objectives.
• Ensure timely completion of work orders.
• Responsible for the preparation of vacant units for occupancy (unit turnovers).
• Diagnose and perform repairs in a timely fashion on the following, as needed:
o Electrical, plumbing, and HVAC
o Stairs, gates, fences, patios, railings
o Tile, carpet, flooring
o Interior/exterior lights
o Doors, cabinets, windows, toilets, sinks, locks
o Walls (including painting and drywall patching)
• Help develop and perform preventative maintenance programs.
• Maintain grounds and exterior of all buildings.
• Participate in annual unit inspections.
• Prepare site for agency (e.g. REAC), lender, and other third-party audits or inspections.
• Maintain equipment (including emergency generators) and tools in safe working condition.
• Perform basic janitorial duties throughout property, including but not limited to: general clean-up; sweeping, mopping and washing; trash pick-up around grounds; gathering and emptying trash/recycling bins; moving dumpsters; maintaining pet waste stations. Aid in cleaning apartments when needed.
• Participate in required safety and staff meetings.
• Maintain recreation room, laundry areas, and common area restrooms.
• Maintain neat, clean, and organized maintenance shop and storage areas.
• Set up recreation room as needed for special events at the property.
• Practice safety precautions and is safety conscious at all times.
• Read and understand MSDS sheets, training and safety materials.
• Report any unsafe or hazardous conditions to Management Staff immediately.
• Assist the Maintenance Supervisor with inventory, supplies, tool and material orders.
• Adhere to Fair Housing and Equal Housing Opportunity requirements.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is frequently required to: stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach with hands and arms.
The employee must be skilled in the safe and proper use of hand and power tools (hammers, wrenches, saws, screwdrivers, grinders, sanders, drills, etc.) and use personal protective equipment when needed.
The employee must adhere to the safe use of equipment (ladders, hand trucks, etc.) The employee must safely and properly utilize, handle and move materials.
The employee is frequently required to walk, climb or balance (stairs and/or ladders), and talk and hear. The employee must be able to independently get to all areas of the property (including roof).
The employee is frequently required to sit; stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 30 pounds and, on occasion, move more than 75 pounds. The location of the position changes frequently from indoors to outdoors.
The employee may be exposed to loud noises during emergencies; bloodborne pathogens or other bodily fluids/excretions; hazardous materials such as paints, cleaners, or other maintenance/janitorial materials.
The employee must establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, residents, and vendors. This position deals with outside personnel such as residents and clients on a regular basis, and it is sometimes necessary to deal with unpleasant or angry people with the need to problem-solve difficult situations.