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Residential Maintenance (Repairer, Mechanic I-II) (Anchorage)

Cook Inlet Housing Authority

compensation: $22.60 - $34.62 Hourly DOE with a great benefits package
employment type: full-time
job title: Residential Maintenance
Cook Inlet Housing Authority is a great place to work!

Our corporate family is a team of passionate, enthusiastic, dedicated and highly qualified people. Our work allows us to create innovative solutions to complex housing issues in our community. We create housing opportunities that empower our people and build our community.

We have a great benefits package which includes the Public Employee’s Retirement System (PERS), Supplemental Benefit System Annuity Plan (SBS), and employer paid Life/STD/LTD insurance, extremely affordable health coverage, generous PTO accruals, paid holidays, an educational reimbursement program, a great wellness program and 457 optional pre-tax deferrals.

If you are interested in the Maintenance position and you have the expertise, skills and energy to match our mission to provide independence through housing, we encourage you to apply.

All Maintenance Positions - General Functions
Under the direct supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, all Maintenance positions provide general building maintenance and perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks in repair and maintenance of buildings. Maintenance positions work as part of a team to provide services to a property or group of properties in a community area. Assignments are received orally or through written instructions that may be accompanied by plans, sketches or diagrams.

All Maintenance Positions - Core Activities (Typical Duties/Responsibilities)
• Performs general maintenance and repair work at CIHA owned properties, in accordance with CIHA policies and procedures.
• Interacts with internal and external customers in a professional manner.
• Performs interior and exterior maintenance service repairs and assesses repairs in the areas of painting, drywall, plumbing, carpentry, and electrical to buildings and equipment.
• Cleans and services a wide variety of heating, ventilating, grounds and building related equipment.
• Removes and replaces partitions. Installs doors and locks, and troubleshoots for related repairs. Makes repairs to all types of cabinets, floors, windows, and siding.
• Replaces plumbing fixtures.
• Performs sheetrock repair, taping, texturing, painting and exterior and interior painting.
• Performs preventative maintenance by means of a prepared schedule.
• Performs manual labor tasks including loading, unloading, lifting and moving materials, furniture, supplies and equipment.
• Performs after-hours emergency on-call service as scheduled.
• Keeps accurate and timely records, including work orders, on call logs, snow logs and weekly timesheet reports.
• Observes safety of grounds and properties, reports/repairs as necessary to help keep our residents safe.
• Picks up all trash on grounds and throughout the property to enhance curb appeal.
• Performs snow removal, including shoveling, plowing, chipping ice, spreading ice melt.
• Assists with preventative maintenance tasks and regulatory inspection preparation.
• Completes daily work orders assigned.
• Completes Vacancy Fixup Work orders (VFW) assigned in a timely and efficient manner per CIHA standards.
• Cleans and inventories maintenance shop and CIHA provided equipment/tools.
• Coordinates and collaborates with community directors, grounds, and other property team members to complete tasks to meet property standards and approved budget.
• Must have reliable, insured vehicle equipped to drive in inclement weather when needed.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

All Maintenance Positions – Core Skills and Abilities
• Knowledge of the standard practices, processes, tools and materials involved in all areas of residential construction.
• Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of buildings, electrical or mechanical trades.
• Ability to communicate effectively in writing and in person with staff and residents.
• Ability to work in a team setting as well as independently.
• Ability to keep records and reports relating to inventory of equipment and materials.
• Ability to lift up to 70 pounds plus bending and twisting.
• Skilled in the use and care of tools and equipment employed in the building, electrical, plumbing, painting, masonry and mechanical trades.
• Ability to work with a diverse resident population, with heavy emphasis on customer service skills in order to effectively give information regarding grounds and building facilities.

All Maintenance Positions – Core Education and Experience
• Graduation from high school or any equivalent combination of experience and training.
• Three years’ experience working in the maintenance trade, preferably in residential building maintenance.
• Current Alaska Driver’s License.

Maintenance Mechanic I

Addition to the Previously Listed Core Activities (Typical Duties/Responsibilities):
• Performs work in glazing, masonry, and machine service.
• Assists with the training of maintenance repairers and other maintenance staff.
• Completes make ready inspections, create work lists and generate detailed materials lists, and labor estimates for maintenance tasks and projects using CIHA procurement policy guidelines and approved budgets.
• Adheres to CIHA procurement policy guidelines and approved property budgets; while generating purchase requests for materials lists for, tools, equipment, and supplies.
• Completes preventative maintenance tasks and regulatory inspection preparation.
• Completes moderate plumbing; measures, cuts, threads and installs pipes for water line repairs.
• Repairs floors, installs soft and ceramic tiles and window glass.
• Performs masonry and concrete work in connection with sidewalks, curbs and gutters.
• Facilitates the inspections of units and schedules needed vendors to meet property standards.

Addition to the Previously Listed Core Skills/Abilities:
• Considerable knowledge of the methods, tools, practices used in painting, plumbing, carpentry, mechanical and electrical trades in the residential maintenance field.
• Considerable knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the buildings, electrical or mechanical trades.
• Considerable knowledge of the standard practices, processes and materials involved in trades related to general building maintenance.
• Ability to make accurate estimates of time and materials required for repairs and maintenance work.
• Ability to keep records and reports relating to inventory of equipment and material.
• Ability to read, understand and work within approved property budget.

Addition to the Previously Listed Core Education and Experience:
• Four years apprenticeship training (or equivalent work experience) and three years of experience in construction or maintenance of building, electrical, carpentry, plumbing or mechanical trades work.
• UPCS or HQS certification or ability to complete training and pass certification within 12 months of hire.
• Satisfactory completion of Maintenance Mechanic I skills assessment

Maintenance Mechanic II

Addition to the Previously Listed Activities (Typical Duties/Responsibilities):
• Performs skilled maintenance, repair work at CIHA owned properties at a journeyman level in accordance with CIHA policies and procedures.
• Performs higher-level work that requires technical independence in determining work methods and procedures.
• Takes the lead in organizing maintenance and repair projects and maintenance property teams at one or more assigned group of properties.
• Troubleshoots and repairs household appliances without contractor interaction.
• Makes journeyman level repairs to all types of roofing, footings and general structural repairs.
• Performs accessibility improvements, including but not limited to compliant decks, porches, and ramps, grab bars, handrails, and interior and exterior compliant doors.
• Prepares preventative maintenance schedules, order, inspects work, and ensures appropriate documentation.
• Proactively prepares property and completes pre-inspections for regulatory planned and unplanned property inspections.
• Assists in preparation of annual operating budgets for building repairs and capital projects as required.

Addition to the Previously Listed Skills/Abilities:
• Prepares preventative maintenance schedules, order, inspects work, and ensures appropriate documentation.
• Skilled with record keeping and reporting inventory of equipment and all materials.
• Ability to communicate effectively in writing and in person with staff, leadership, partners, vendors/contractors and public.
• Ability to lead team and motivate other to meet common goals.
• Demonstrates proper use of troubleshooting tools.

Addition to the Previously Listed Education and Experience:
• Six years apprenticeship training (or equivalent work experience) and four years of journeyman experience in building maintenance, electrical, carpentry, plumbing or mechanical trades work.
• HQS or UPCS training and certification.
• Satisfactory completion of Maintenance Mechanic II skills assessment

Please visit www.cookinlethousing.org to submit an application.

Cook Inlet Housing Authority provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. Employment preference is given to eligible and qualified Alaska Native or American Indian candidates to the extent required or permitted by applicable law.
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