The Maintenance Technician maintains a close working relationship with the Community Manager. As the primary contact for providing MAY Management maintenance services to assigned Associations, candidates must have the following abilities.
Work well with minimal direct supervision.
Must be dependable, self-motivated and have excellent troubleshooting skills, reliable transportation and basic hand tools.
Maintenance Techs are responsible for achieving high levels of client satisfaction by maintaining and repairing association assets such as inspecting properties daily and performing corrective action; identifying physical assets in need of repair, checking violations, monitoring vendor performance, proactively recommending repair needs of the Association’s physical assets.
Other duties may include: trash pick-up, lighting check and repair, general cleaning of facilities and assets; repair and maintain posts and signs; light carpentry repair, light electrical repairs, clean and treat pools, irrigation testing and repairs, all manners of manual labor.
Must be in good physical condition and have the ability to perform regular lifting, stooping, standing, bending, climbing, and reaching tasks and work in adverse weather conditions.
Must be available to work on-call hours to respond to emergency calls in addition to the regular work schedule. Good communication skills with a high sense of urgency is essential for this key position.
In exchange for your expertise and stable work history, we offer competitive pay, a comprehensive health care benefit package, 401k, vacation, and paid holidays. Please complete the Online Employment Application.