The Lead Maintenance
Technician is responsible for maintaining the buildings and common areas in the
best possible condition for the assigned property. Insures all buildings, structures, equipment
and appliances are in good working order. The position oversees a variety of
maintenance tasks including caulking, painting, basic electrical, plumbing,
repairing windows, flooring, fencing, roofing, concrete, janitorial,
landscaping and HVAC maintenance. The Lead Maintenance Technician supports the
Property Manager in maintaining the property in compliance with State and
AND ABILITIES – GENERAL PERFORMANCE
- Extensive knowledge of maintenance, HVAC, plumbing, minor electrical, drywall repair, painting and appliance repair.
- Knowledge of Uniform Physical Conditions Standards or Housing Quality Standards.
- Ability to read and understand operating instructions and manuals for tools, equipment and chemicals at the assigned locations.
- Ability to read, write and understand English.
- Familiarity with some computer skills including email, electronic time keeping and mobile software applications.
- Ability to work independently and concurrently to perform multiple compliance projects.
- Ability to produce work which consistently meets quality, thoroughness and effectiveness.
- Ability to speak calmly and respectfully to residents.
- Respond positively to supervisory direction and feedback.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Ability to move around the property in all types of weather conditions.
- Ability to access second story and roof areas.
- A significant amount of physical activity (walking, climbing stairs or ladders (often while lifting or carrying items), bending, stooping, squatting, kneeling, crawling, reaching above shoulder height, grasping, gripping, turning or lifting) is required on a daily basis.
- Able to hear and respond to warnings and calls for help.
- Able to lift up to 80 pounds frequently.
- The mental work demands include regular attendance, working well with others, verbal contact with others, noise and occasional travel by conventional means including motor vehicle and the like within Prospera’s region and other locations as required.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
- High School diploma or GED required.
- 5 Years of experience in the multi-family housing industry preferred.
- Environmental Protection Agency Section 608 Certification required or obtain within one year of employment.
- Pool Operator Certification required, if applicable to assigned property
Valid Class “C” Texas Driver’s License required