Maintenance Tech I (Walnut Creek) (80 views)

Walnut Creek, CA
August 20, 2018 2018-10-19
Job Description

Maintenance Tech I

Position Summary: This position is responsible for the daily repairs, maintenance, and general up keep of one or more SAHA residential properties (depending on size and geographic region). This may include janitorial work throughout the building.
Location: This position will work at two SAHA properties located in Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek.
Compensation: The approximate pay range for this position is $20 – $25 hourly. Starting pay rates depend on candidate experience, skill, and the specific position hired for.
Benefits/Perks: We are proud to offer our employees a comprehensive benefits package and work/life balance. Here are some of the highlights:  

  • Medical HMO- $10 copays. Free for employees, less than $60 / month for employees + children 
  • Dental HMO or PPO. Free for employees, less than $60 / month for employees + children 
  • Paid Time Off- 14 days in first year, 19 second year, 24 third year and beyond. 
  • Paid Holidays- at least 9 per year. 
  • Regular Schedule- M-F 8:30 – 5:00, weekends only during on call rotations. 
  • On Call Compensation- most Maintenance Techs work 4-6 on call rotations (2 weeks each) per year. The average earnings from on call overtime and stipends is $4,000 / year. 
  • Retirement- 401k plan with 4% employer match 
  • Life, AD&D, LTD Insurance- basic plan free for employees, option to purchase additional coverage, including for spouse or dependents

Primary Duties & Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Maintains property or properties in an inspection ready state;
  • Evaluates nature of problem from a work order request and performs maintenance or repair;
  • Prepares unit turns which includes moving household appliances, painting and making the necessary repairs required for occupancy, may also assist in cleaning the unit;
  • Monitors facility boilers, pumps, electric motors, fire sprinkler, and HVAC systems. Makes repairs or determines if use of vendor is necessary;
  • Performs electrical troubleshooting and repair on building and unit systems;
  • Performs repairs on all appliances such as stoves and hood ranges, refrigerators, electric and gas heaters, and garbage disposals;
  • Performs plumbing replacement/repairs on water and sewer lines, drain pipes, toilets, faucets, and water heaters as needed;
  • Performs maintenance/repairs on doors, locks, hinges, and makes keys; 
  • Performs basic carpentry such as installing drywall, cabinets, wood flooring, window panes, and minor dry rot replacement;
  • Maintains and repairs flashings, roofs, drainage, and irrigation systems, walkways, stairs, stucco, parking surfaces, and similar building components;
  • Notifies management concerning the need for major replacement, repairs or additions to the building and collects vendor bids when applicable;
  • Works with property manager to implement a preventive maintenance schedule and coordinates larger projects as necessary;
  • Inspects and reports on the work quality and performance of external vendors to the manager;
  • Maintains supply and equipment inventories and replenishes as needed;
  • Assists with maintaining exterior public areas, e.g., parking lot, grounds, etc., by removing debris, sweeping, and washing down sidewalks;
  • May sweep, mop, scrub, dust, and vacuum hallways, stairs, office space, and other interior public areas. May also operate equipment necessary to strip and wax floors, and shampoo carpets;
  • Serves as on call maintenance staff for assigned region according to schedule; (All maintenance staff are assigned two week shifts to cover emergencies at the assigned region overnight from 5pm to 6am.)
  • Assists other SAHA properties in preparation for major inspections, other regulatory inspections, grand-openings, or when requested;
  • Provides guidance, on site or remotely, to other Maintenance Technicians on routine maintenance or small projects;
  • Works within various computer systems, including work order and email systems to manage communications tasks, and priorities;
  • Other duties as assigned by management.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with special needs to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience:
High school degree or general education degree (GED) preferred with three years or more of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Certificates, Licenses and Registrations:
Valid driver’s license, a good driving record, proof of automobile insurance and reliable means of transportation is required as this position will have to transport tools and/or materials. A DMV check will be performed.
*Satellite Affordable Housing Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer*