Residential Live-In Super
The position of Residential Building Superintendent is responsible for the safe and economical maintenance of the building, the grounds, outside perimeter as well as the building's mechanical equipment. The Superintendent should demonstrate strong characteristics of commitment, trustworthiness and accountability. This position reports to the Regional Property/Maintenance Manager.
- Ensures compliance and adherence to building rules and regulations.
- Examines boiler by testing safety valves and performing routine maintenance.
- Cleans public spaces including the front of the building, yards, steps, entrance hall, etc.
- Performs minor repairs and adjustments.
- Maintains appliances, equipment and inventory of supplies.
- Uses a variety of equipment such as vacuum cleaners, floor polishers, ladders, mops, brooms, cleaning accessories, plumbing wrenches, screwdrivers, etc.
- Handles urgent or minor complaints.
- Ensures that fire escapes and passages leading to them are clear of obstructions.
- Ensures adherence to city regulations regarding garbage removal.
- Work hours: The building Superintendent is expected to be on-site Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. During all other hours, Superintendent is to be "on-call" and respond to emergencies and other Building needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Employee must be reachable at all times via mobile telephone and readily available to work at all times.
Valid Driver’s License and acceptable driving record required
Mechanical/Trade skills and abilities as listed in required experience.
Ability to work with co-workers and residents professionally in a demanding environment.
Must have ability to work safely and follow safety directives.
Requires the ability to read, speak and comprehend work instructions and safety notices in the English language.
5 or more year’s maintenance experience, to include experience managing a staff of personnel.
Residential Property maintenance experience preferred, or experience in related field.
Formal training or experience in the following areas: carpentry, plumbing work, electrical
work, painting, refurbishing and cleaning, air-conditioning.
Any specific skill required by the property.
Willingness to assist with and work in areas other than strictly repair maintenance; such as janitorial,
custodial, gardening, painting, etc.
Boiler license, when required by property facilities.
Familiarity with contract work hours and OSHA standards is required.
- Dental, Healthcare, Vision, 401k Plan offered
- Paid Vacation, Holidays, and Personal Days.