CFM Management, Inc. Maintenance Technician II in Canton, Ohio

CFM Management, Inc. seeks a responsible, meticulous and reliable PART TIME Maintenance Technician for 220 units in Canton. This position covers a wide scope of maintenance related activities so we are looking for someone with a well-rounded maintenance background to fill this position.

This position reports to our Operations and/or Property Manager

In this position, you will be:

  • Responsible for meticulous upkeep of grounds, amenities, building exteriors and parking lots and other community buildings.

  • Remove trash from apartment community perimeter on a daily basis.

  • Assist in the preparation of market ready units, including removing trash from vacant apartments prior to make-ready.

  • Assist Property Manager and/or perform assigned maintenance tasks in a timely manner.

  • Assist in the cleaning of available apartments and or models.

  • Painting common areas including unit entry doors and window casing.

  • Sheetrock, patching, and light carpentry repairs.

  • Report any maintenance concerns for repairs on available apartments, models, clubhouse, and/or common areas to the Property Manager.

  • Assist with monthly, quarterly, and annual maintenance inspections.

  • Respond to emergency calls as appropriate.

  • Meticulously maintain curb appeal

  • Assist management team with other various tasks required.

  • Represent the community in a professional manner at all times on/off property.

  • Deliver communication documentation to residents.

  • Contribute to resident retention programs.

  • Must be willing and able to comply with all Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant law requirements.

  • Ensures that unsafe conditions are corrected in a timely manner.

  • Learns and ensures compliance with all company, local, state and federal safety rules.

  • Immediately report all unsafe conditions.

  • Troubleshoot and fix electrical problems example: replace light fixtures outlet sockets switches, breakers and install ceiling fans.

• Work on kitchen appliances such as refrigerators ranges and dishwashers

  • Assess, troubleshoot and fix plumbing related issues such as leaking toilets, faucet leaks, replace/repair hot water tanks

  • Assess, troubleshoot and fix maintenance related issues for HVAC systems

Your background and skills set should include:

  • High School diploma or GED required

  • Prior experience with painting, sheetrock repair, electrical work, plumbing, HVAC and other maintenance skills desired.

  • Neat, clean and professional at all times throughout the workday and/or whenever present at the community.

  • Own tools and equipment

  • Reliable vehicle

  • Must have valid driver’s license and insurance.

  • Successfully pass a drug test

  • Demonstrate the ability to perform tasks described above without seeking outside contractor assistance, unless required by local law and jurisdiction.

  • Demonstrate strong skills for communicating with residents, co-workers, and senior management.

  • Demonstrate ability to contribute to and foster a team approach to serving residents and maintaining a successful community.

  • Must be able to lift 50lbs without causing harm to self or others.

Wage is $15 - $16/hour DOE

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