CommonBond Communities

Maintenance Technician I

Duluth, MN
Jan 06, 2018
Dec 23, 2018
CommonBond Communities
Labor / Trades
Job Type
Employment Status
Full Time
CommonBond is growing! We have two new Maintenance Tech 1 positions

Maintenance Technician I

Full Time Roving Tech I and a Part Time ( 20 hours ) Maintenance Tech I

CommonBond is excited to announce that we are looking for one full time Roving Maintenance Technician I for multiple sites in Duluth, and one Part Time Maintenance Tech 1 at a 34 Unit Property This person joins a team that is committed to help make a difference in the lives of residents

The primary responsibility is to ensure the timely completion of all assigned maintenance duties and other tasks. Duties include performing repairs, preparing units and completing preventative maintenance.

• Paid Time Off, Holiday Pay, and 401K

• Ensures timely completion of all assigned work orders.
• Completes basic building repairs related to air conditioner units, air exchange systems, electrical work, carpentry, fixtures, plumbing, appliances and windows.
• Completes preventative maintenance, grounds maintenance, basic housekeeping tasks and general upkeep including painting apartments or touch ups as need
• Assists in prioritizing work orders and monitoring maintenance of buildings and equipment.
• Prepares and cleans vacant units as assigned.
• Responsible for on call emergency maintenance service as scheduled.
• Interacts with residents, vendors and fellow employees in a respectful and professional manner, treating others with dignity and empathy.
• Works with management to ensure all activities are conducted in compliance with applicable local, state and federal laws.
• Clear, concise communication with property manager and regional maintenance supervisor on work schedule for assigned sites, purchases, work order and unit turnover status, on-call work and preventative maintenance.
• Follows all CommonBond safety policies and local, state and federal regulations.
• Inspects equipment before each use; uses personal protective equipment when necessary.

• High school graduate or equivalent.
• Special Boiler License or ability to obtain.
• Basic computer skills including ability to send and receive emails, enter hours
• worked on internet based system and access/perform data entry in Microsoft Office products.
• Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation.
• Must be able to work on call, weekends and the first and last day of each month; must be available for overtime as is needed.

• Ability to stand, walk, reach, climb, bend and kneel.
• Ability to lift up to 30 pounds frequently and 50 pounds occasionally.
• Ability to reach above and below the shoulders.
• Ability to use hands and fingers to grasp, twist and pull.
• Withstand external weather conditions such as working outside in the rain, cold, heat or other adverse weather.