The activities listed below are not all inclusive. However, they are indicative of the type of activities normally performed by the maintenance worker.
- Responsible for maintaining the entire property in safe, attractive, comfortable condition.
- Assist in other types of maintenance, when necessary.
- Reports to Maintenance Superintendent.
- Maintains relationships with other staff members, working closest with other maintenance workers.
- Maintains relationships with current and prospective residents.
- Maintains relationships with any contract laborers working on property.
- Corrective Maintenance:
- Satisfies service requests per work orders, following company procedures:
- Enters at resident’s convenience, if possible,
- Makes repair,
- Cleans up thoroughly,
- Observes condition of apartment and reports any unusual circumstances (e.g., size and number of pets),
- Leaves notice of work performed;
- Assists with apartment make-ready procedures:
- Cleans carpets, windows, appliances,
- Services appliances, plumbing, electrical fixtures,
- Repairs or replaces old and faulty parts,
- Checks locks
- Replaces burned-out light bulbs.
- Preventive Maintenance:
- Makes regular inspections of grounds, buildings, plumbing, electrical fixtures, appliances, and major equipment:
- Checks for appearance and cleanliness,
- Checks for structural cracks,
- Checks for excessive wear,
- Checks for faulty parts,
- Makes repairs or replacements, as necessary and with approval of Maintenance Superintendent:
- Emergency Maintenance:
- Is on call for emergency duty when assigned;
- Is familiar with power, water, and gas turnoffs, clean-out traps, fire extinguishers and fire hydrants;
- Knows emergency telephone numbers (e.g., police, fire department, Maintenance Superintendent).
- Follows all company emergency procedures.
- Assists in maintaining inventory of tools, equipment, and supplies;
- Picks up trash on property;
- Reports all needed repairs to Maintenance Superintendent;
- Assists with other types of maintenance when necessary;
- Attends all instructional classes as required.
- High school education or equivalent.
- Full-time maintenance experience.
- Good safety habits.
- Some familiarity with electricity, plumbing, and carpentry.
- Compatible with wide range of people.