The Maintenance Worker reports directly to the Director of Property Management and is part of a four-person team in the Maintenance Department.
- The Maintenance workers are to ensure that all maintenance repairs and unit turnovers are completed in a safe and timely manner and that all legal requirements are met
- Ensures that all property repairs are performed according to all applicable building codes
- Works with maintenance staff to implement building improvements beyond the scope of normal maintenance activities and implement annual capital improvement plans
- Complete all paperwork (i.e., purchase receipts, work orders, inventory reports, etc.) daily or as the Supervisor requires
- Monitor and maintain building budgets to minimize cost
- Prioritize and perform property maintenance and repairs including, but not limited to, plastering, drywall installation, painting, plumbing, tiling, carpentry, HVAC equipment, electrical and appliance repairs
- Maintains clean work areas in units and all areas of the properties
- Lift, install, and remove appliances
- In emergencies, be available before/after regular hours Monday-Friday and every 3 to 4 weekends for the maintenance emergency line and follow-up emergency procedures
- Inspect building equipment per established specifications to ensure safe and reliable operation
- Report to the Supervisor when maintenance cannot do work and needs to be referred to an outside contractor
- Coordinate and monitor the progress of vendors or outside contractors who are completing repairs and upgrades
- Purchase, pick up, and/or take delivery of supplies approved by Supervisor
- Use proper safety equipment and follow safe work practices and procedures.
- Other duties as assigned
- At least five years of experience in building maintenance is required
- General knowledge of carpentry, electrical, plumbing
- Must have knowledge and experience in the safe use and operation of hand tools, power tools, and testing equipment
- Be able to communicate effectively with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds
- Effectively manage and solve practical problems and effectively handle situations with limited instructions
- Must be computer literate
- Must have and maintain a valid California driver’s license and auto insurance at all times and have the availability of an insured vehicle to travel within VCH’s properties
- Some personal tools required
- The starting annual salary range for the position is $50,000-$54,000, plus benefits including medical, dental, vision, life, Aflac, 403(b), vacation, sick time, 14 holidays, and 2 personal days.
- This is a full-time, non-exempt position.
- Be able to lift up to 60 lbs. and push up to 75 lbs
- Ability to ascend/descend stairs, ladder, and step ladder
- Must remain standing 60-70% of the time
- Communicates accurately and frequently with tenants, vendors, and staff
- Constantly operates hand tools and power tools
- Must recognize odors, leaks, smoke, and fire
- Frequently move inside and outside units, parking areas, buildings, storages, and small confined spaces
- Required to have visual acuity to perform the following tasks: operating a motor vehicle, viewing a computer terminal, reading, inspecting repairs, and conducting inventory and unit inspections
All applicants are encouraged to apply through Betterteam.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
Venice Community Housing (VCH) is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer and provides reasonable accommodation for qualified individuals with disabilities and disabled veterans in job application procedures. If you need an accommodation due to a disability, contact us at [email protected].