Join ConcordRENTS to advance your career while enjoying industry leading starting wages. ConcordRENTS instituted a minimum living wage of $17 per hour and has committed increasing this in $1 annual installments until we reach a $20 minimum living wage. In addition, all team members are eligible for a 20% discount on their rent at a ConcordRENTS community and select Maintenance team members can earn up to a 50% discount.
ConcordRENTS is a distinguished leader in providing a quality and customer-centric property management experience with a focus on affordable and market rate multifamily communities throughout Florida. Our continued success is based upon our exceptional team members.
Our team members' commitment to the company is strengthened by ConcordRENTS belief that everyone has a right to earn a living wage and prepare themselves for a secure retirement. ConcordRENTS is proud to make continued investments in our valued team members by offering a rich 401-K program that includes a company match of 150% on the first 3% invested by an eligible team member, with additional matching up to $5,250 per year.
Our management approach is to maintain the value and integrity of our communities while demonstrating exceptional customer service. This philosophy is accomplished by building relationships with our residents while providing them with a quality housing experience. Ultimately, we measure the value of our performance based on the satisfaction of our residents.
ConcordRENTS recognizes that the spirit of teamwork and community is the true key to our growth as a company. Our legacy is propelled by the ability to meet the needs of a changing market and to stay ahead of the competition, making ConcordRENTS a meaningful place to work.
As a leader at the community, individuals in this position contribute to its success by ensuring the condition of amenities and apartment homes meets Concords high standards. This includes fully preparing apartment homes for new residents as well as maintaining the condition of occupied apartments.
This opportunity is right for you if you are proficient in the following areas: painting, plumbing, electrical, appliance repair, carpentry, landscape quality control, and irrigation repairs. This candidate will maintain the community's curb appeal to provide an attractive environment. The Candidate must have the ability to transfer knowledge to others on the team.
Candidates must have the desire and ability to address residents customer service needs through clear and caring communication. Have the ability to work independently with a sense of urgency and are solutions oriented. Willingness and ability to learn industry leading technology to provide efficient and effective service is essential. Qualified candidates must have demonstrated organizational skills in order to prioritize daily schedules to meet property demands.
Position may require certifications in order to address HVAC and pool maintenance needs.
This position requires the team member to perform work functions for the community at which they live.
Pay for this position is commensurate with experience of candidate.
Works from policies, standards, schedules, service requests, logs, contracts, warrantees, and instructions.
Interviews, selects, recommends hire, trains, and supervises Maintenance Department staff. Provides for safety instruction, equipment, and devices and ensures that employees are aware of safety and quality standards. Provides operational training and technical direction and assists staff in the investigation and resolution of problems. Assigns and checks work. Evaluates performance and provides counseling and coaching to employees. Recommends, initiates and documents disciplinary measures as required. Monitors and records attendance and authorizes time cards. Initiates personnel actions, such as promotions, transfers, and terminations. Maintains harmonious employee/employer relations.
Participates in annual planning, recommends maintenance budget levels and related capital equipment purchases, and responds to inquiries or provides documentation in response to related inquiries. Works with Community Director to select and negotiate with local vendors and contractors.
Establishes maintenance and preventive maintenance schedules and routines in keeping with overall company policy to meet requirements of standards. Establishes and modifies priorities to suit changing conditions, and makes individual assignments based on the skill and availability of staff and monitors results.
Tracks and determines the status of service requests in computer system and closes records for completed orders. Investigates and resolves issues where service orders are past due in computer system.
Ensures that maintenance related documentation is current and accurate, including EPA logs, MSDS sheets, smoke detector records, asset inventory, fire, compactor, and pool logs ensuring that records are current and meet requirements. Checks warranty information and ensures that repairs performed meet with warranty requirements. Contacts vendors as required to resolve outstanding issues.
Monitors inventories of parts, supplies, and materials, places orders ensuring that inventories meet prescribed levels. Ensures that parts, materials and supplies are properly stored and that shop is maintained in safe and orderly condition.
Monitors the effectiveness of move-in and move-out inspections and conducts and documents inspections and orients new residents to the operation of units in apartments and respond to questions, as required.
Participates in and monitors maintenance activities involving response to service requests, painting or general maintenance of grounds, snow and ice removal, pool, amenities, club house and apartment homes, as well as apartment home housekeeping and preventive maintenance. Arranges for the movement and installation of equipment and furnishings within offices and common or amenity areas.
Responds to reports of unusual or escalated repair or maintenance issues. Determines repair, material, and supply requirements and performs any range of repairs involving mechanical, electrical, plumbing or HVAC systems or units. Determines the need for outside contractors and negotiates and schedules related assignments, monitoring progress and results.
Arranges for, implements and participates in any range of special projects to install or repair items to increase the aesthetics, safety, or quality of the property.
Maintains property grounds and facilities and resolves safety hazards, property damage, or unsightly conditions. Reports unusual or serious problems to management.
Prepares any range of periodic or special reports and data relating to maintenance activities and statistics.
Available for on call duty, nights and weekend work.
As an On Site (Resident) Maintenance Manager, the team member agrees to perform the additional applicable functions:
One additional week of on-call support per month.
One additional weekend of performing swimming pool maintenance per month and completing the required pool inspections.
During the weekends that Resident is on-call or is responsible for the swimming pool, they must access the compactor area no later than noon each day to place any items in the compactor that are surrounding the area and complete the compactor inspection.
Respond as the first contact for Fire / Burglar Alarms and Hurricane Response. In the event of a hurricane, responsible to complete the Initial Post Hurricane Damage Assessment.
During the additional week that the team member is on call, they are responsible to perform the light inspection at the community.
Knowledge and Experience
Use of mathematics together with the analytical use of complicated drawings, manuals, and schematics, and use various types of precision measuring instruments, such as gauges, meters, and electrical testers.
High School Diploma or GED Equivalent required.
Applied trades training on a particular or specialized occupation, requiring knowledge of mechanics, electrical systems, HVAC systems, and plumbing.
Work requires Certified Pool Operator and Environmental Protection Agency Level I and II certifications for utilization of pool and charging HVAC systems.
Ability to speak, read and write English for safety and productivity reasons.
Over five years required to be fully familiar with required techniques, equipment, systems, documentation, monitoring the work of others, and work routines.