(Tyson's Corner, VA)

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Summary of Position

Oversees and performs technical and mechanical work that ensures the inside and external buildings, grounds, amenities, and common areas of the community meet the Company’s standards for cleanliness, appearance, safety, and overall functionality by performing maintenance-related tasks. Primary responsibilities include the hands-on maintenance of the community, including overall inspection, repair, and general maintenance of market-ready apartments and other interior/exterior areas. Acts as a “team leader” among the general service staff; delegating, supervising and directing the work of the department.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

  • In conjunction with the Community Manager, develops standards for the cleanliness and overall appearance of the community’s grounds, amenities, building exteriors, market ready unit interiors, breezeways, curbs, signage, leasing office, central garbage areas, parking lots, and other buildings and common areas to ensure that they reflect and represent the high quality of the community and Lennar standards.
  • As team leader, responsible for training and supervision of community maintenance staff. Is typically involved with Community Manager in hiring, interviews, training, and performance reviews of service staff.
  • Oversees and completes the “make-ready” process to prepare vacant apartment homes for leasing and new move-ins by completing the pre-move-out inspection, creating a “punch” list of maintenance work needed, scheduling vendors and contractors as needed, obtaining needed supplies and materials, completing all maintenance tasks, and inspecting completed work.
  • Periodically inspects work performed by other service team members to assess effectiveness of policies and procedures and develop corrective action plans as needed.
  • Periodically inspects work performed by contractors, vendors and other service providers to verify the work, materials and services meet quality standards, scope and specifications as required.
  • Maintains adequate inventory of spare parts and maintenance materials and works with Community Manager to order supplies and tools as needed to stay within budgetary guidelines.
  • Assists Community Manager in developing the budget for regular repair and maintenance and capital expenses.
  • Completes monthly Preventative Maintenance procedures as outlined in the Policy and Procedure Manual.
  • Supports cost-cutting and expense control programs by fixing rather than replacing parts when possible, not being wasteful with materials and supplies, and practicing the correct use for tools and equipment.
  • Conducts regularly scheduled Lennar safety meetings, ensure all MSDS sheets are current and readily accessible, and keeps up to date on all OSHA and other safety related laws and requirements to ensure community compliance.
  • Follows established policies and procedures by monitoring and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, organizational standards, and operational processes related to area(s) of responsibility and reporting violations or infractions to appropriate individual(s).
  • Schedules and performs minor and routine maintenance on all appropriate equipment on a regular basis. Inspects and maintains all tools in excellent condition.
  • Practices proper safety techniques in accordance with Lennar, community, and departmental policies, procedures, and standards by immediately reporting any mechanical or electrical equipment malfunctions, employee/visitor/resident injuries or accidents, or other safety issues to appropriate individual(s).
  • Conducts routine and periodic community inspections to identify safety and risk management concerns, keep the community in good repair, and communicate concerns about the physical needs of the community to the appropriate individual(s).
  • Identifies areas for improvement and offers suggestions and recommendations to improve efficiency and productivity.
  • Completes documentation and other paperwork in a timely, accurate, and complete fashion so that service requests can be appropriately documented, tracked and completed.
  • Keeps abreast of current changes in technology, processes, and standards within the industry and area(s) of responsibility by attending internal and external training classes, research and/or subscribing to the internet or other professional publications, or utilizing other appropriate method(s) to obtain business and professional information, and applies knowledge and practices to area(s) of responsibility.
  • Ability to keep sensitive information highly confidential at all times.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Associates must have EPA certifications Type I and II or Universal for refrigerant recycling. (Applies to Certified Service Technicians.)
  • Associates must have all certifications as required by State and Local jurisdictions. (Applies to both Certified and Non-Certified Service Technicians.)
  • Employment history that demonstrates the application and usage of a sales, marketing, internet and customer service background sufficient to resolve customer complaints.
  • Associates must provide own hand tools unless prohibited by State law and must be knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use and maintenance of hand tools, power tools, user-moved aids, mechanical equipment and measuring devices.
  • Associates must have EPA certifications Type I and II or Universal for refrigerant recycling.
  • Associates must have all certifications as required by State and Local jurisdictions.
  • Proficiency in customer service and interpersonal communication skills in order to effectively interact with residents, clients, team members, and other business contacts, respond courteously to questions and requests, and stay calm when addressing and resolving customer problems.
  • Associates must provide own hand tools unless prohibited by State law and must be knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use and maintenance of hand tools, power tools, user-moved aids, mechanical equipment and measuring devices.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in internet, word processing, spreadsheet, and database management programs in order to maintain records of information and develop and provide information for manager’s use. (Property management system experience is preferred.)
  • Demonstrated ability to read, write, and communicate effectively to represent company management in a support capacity, act as first point of contact for internal team members and external visitors to the Company, and answer questions related to department operating policies.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply principles of logical thinking to define and correct problems.
  • Ability to operate basic office machines such as copiers, faxes, calculators, key machines, postage meters, and multi-line telephone systems.
  • Literate with computer programs and word processing software.
  • Demonstrated mathematical skills necessary to add, subtract, multiply, and divide numbers, decimals, and fractions in order to review and complete various financial, administrative, and legal documents.

Physical Requirements

  • This is a position which requires the Service Supervisor frequent walking, standing and climbing of stairs in/around homes, models and properties. Must also have the ability to operate computer equipment, speak, hear, bend, stoop, reach, lift, and move and carry up to 25 lbs independently and 50 lbs with assistance.
  • Finger dexterity is necessary.
  • Rare or regular travel may be required to assist other properties as needed, attend training classes, business meetings, or other situations necessary for the accomplishment of some or all of the daily responsibilities of this position.
  • Associates must be able to work inside and outside in all weather conditions (rain, snow, heat, hail, wind, sleet).

Additional Requirements

  • Associates work both in and outside of apartment buildings and in all areas of the community, including amenity and common areas of the community.
  • Must be willing to work in an office environment during the course of the day.
  • Office and personal facilities are provided that are usual and customary for the industry.
  • Associates will have frequent exposure to outside elements where temperature, weather, odors, and/or landscape may be unpleasant and/or hazardous.
  • Associates must be able to work a flexible work schedule, which includes taking “call” during evenings, weekends and holidays.
  • Arrive to work on time.
  • Follow directions from a supervisor.
  • Interact well with co-workers.
  • Understand and follow posted work rules and procedures.
  • Accept constructive criticism.


This description outlines the basic responsibilities and requirements for the position noted. This is not a comprehensive listing of all job duties of the Associates. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

 

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