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Houseman Full Time with Benefits
Our Holly Creek Community is looking to fill the position of Maintenance Support Tech. If you are looking to join a team of skilled professionals that truly embrace promotion from within and opportunities for advancement in Facility Services Management, we may be the Organization for you!
The position is generally Monday - Friday, hours flexing from 7am - 3:30 pm, with weekend and after hours on-call rotation.
Some of the benefits that we provide:
A robust paid time off package for both full and part time associates.
A work environment where you are encouraged to embrace residents and their family members.
Generous Scholarship and Debt Reduction opportunities available.
Under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor, responsible for setting up and tearing down the tables, chairs and other furniture or set ups associated with community events. Responsible for assisting, inspecting, overseeing and troubleshooting work assignments and work performance as directed by supervisor. Performs a variety of repair or replacement duties relating to community building and grounds. Accountable for providing prompt and courteous responses to all resident and coworker’s environmental service related requests. Position requires the ability to multitask and reprioritize duties and assignments as the needs of the department require.
Ensures the community is maintained in a sanitary, attractive, and orderly condition. Ensures grounds are kept clean and safe.
Sets up, tears down and cleans up tables and chairs as needed prior to and following community events.
Assists the supervisor with oversight of inventory, supplies and equipment as needed for the smooth functioning of day to day operations.
Monitors requests for repairs and assists in the process as necessary.
May perform light electrical, minor mechanical, plumbing, hanging pictures, janitorial and housekeeping tasks
Responsible for inspecting the cleanliness of all designated areas.
Assists with snow removal of parking lots and sidewalks.