The Maintenance Technician, under the direction of the Community Manager or designated Maintenance Supervisor (if any), is responsible for the overall maintenance of the mobile home community and rental properties. This includes repair, refurbishment, preventive maintenance, and groundskeeping. Must have an eye for detail be able/prepared to work in all weather conditions as well as work a flexible schedule (i.e. nights, weekends, and holidays.) This description is not designed to be all-inclusive and may include other duties not specifically mentioned in this description.
- Supervise maintenance work done on community by outside contractors as deemed necessary by park manager or maintenance supervisor
- Participate in all maintenance projects as instructed by supervisor
- Perform light electrical repairs on items such as appliances, fixtures, switches, outlets, circuits, etc.
- Perform light plumbing work, such as clearing stoppages, repairing leaks, replacing fittings, repairing PVC and copper piping, etc.
- Paint interiors and exteriors of park-owned homes and offices, paint curbs, fences, walls, utility risers, speed bumps, etc.
- Perform carpentry work such as repairing and building decks, steps, handrails, door frames, door hanging, etc.
- Custodial work, including sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, emptying trash, cleaning windows, etc.
- Repair and replace concrete, masonry, roof, fencing, etc.
- Assist in on-the-job training of new maintenance staff
- Standby scheduling for emergency evenings, weekends and holiday coverage
- Responsible for ordering and proper storage of maintenance materials and supplies
- Responsible for refurbishment and upkeep of company-owned rental units
- Keep accurate records of preventive maintenance, work orders, and supplies
- Maintain proper inventories of equipment and supplies
- Maintain equipment in accordance with factory schedules and use requirements
- Maintenance and management of gas, water, electrical, and sewer risers and meters
- Have constant knowledge regarding contracts and suppliers
- Have constant knowledge of government and utility ordinances and requirements
- Inspection and approval of all move-ins and move-outs and compliance with park and government requirements at installation
- Always maintain awareness of park conditions
- With the help of the Community Manager, institute and/or maintain a preventive maintenance program
- Handling of chemicals and hazardous materials, such as fuels, oils, paints, fertilizers, etc.
- Familiarity and knowledge of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
- Other duties as assigned by management
LAWN & COMMON AREA MAINTENANCE:
- Perform watering, weeding, and fertilizing of common areas as well as individual lots
- Maintain the sprinkler system (if applicable)
- Mow and trim common areas and individual lots as necessary
- Reseed lawns and replant sod as needed
- prune, plant, water, and maintain foliage
- Pick up trash in and around the community
- Take meter readings (if applicable)
- Shovel snow and drive snowplow in common areas as needed
POOL MAINTENANCE (if applicable):
- Maintain a valid American Red Cross certificate of first aid and CPR training if required by local ordinance or laws
- Maintain accurate pool maintenance records and future maintenance timetables
- Remove debris from water surface at least once per day during operating season
- Check chemical levels at appropriate intervals, depending on use and season
- Change water and chemicals as instructed by resident manager
- Maintain and verify the existence of proper warning signs and safety equipment in pool area
- Adjust water temperature as necessary
- Verify that no structural damage exists that could endanger the well-being of the users or the environment. In addition, report the adverse condition appropriately to supervisor so that repair work can be initiated
- Verify that users have proper authority to be in the pool area