Make Ready Technician-DLFW

Company Name:
Salary period: Annual
Responsibilities include preparation of vacant apartments for move-in and assisting with the overflow of Service Requests and general maintenance requests for an apartment community.
Reports to: Community Service Supervisor/Assistant Community Service Supervisor
Supervises: None
1. Prepare vacant apartments for move-in.
a. Review the make-ready board or take direction from the Community Manager to determine action to be taken on apartments.
b. Make all repairs/replacements necessary for apartment to be occupied.
c. Apply touch-up paint as needed to apartment and area outside entrances.
d. Clean out all trash from apartments before, during and after make-ready activity.
2. Respond to resident maintenance requests and Service Request.
a. Use Service Request and schedules to establish priorities. Requests from the Community Manager and/or Service Supervisor/Assistant Community Service Supervisor or emergencies should be top priority.
b. Repair/replace any apartment materials/maintenance requests within scope of management responsibility.
3. Identify and correct hazardous property conditions.
During normal course of duty look for needed maintenance or liability hazards and repair/report to supervisor or manager.
4. Perform preventive maintenance on equipment/apartments.
5. Attendance is an essential job function.
1. May be requested to assist in other areas of property including painting, grounds keeping duties, trash pick-up, pool maintenance, housekeeping, office support, etc. depending on property needs.
2. Attends and participates in Camden's training programs as required.
This job description is not an all-inclusive list of functions and tasks. Job functions may be added, deleted, or modified at any time by your management team. Receipt or possession of this job description does not constitute a contract of employment.
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred; trade school preferred
Freon Recovery certification Type I and II, or Universal required if repairs involve use of refrigerants.
Certified Apartment Service Technician (CAMT) recommended.
Certifications in boilers, plumbing, HVAC (basic), journeyman license, use of fire extinguisher and first aid preferred. Must have training in compressor diagnosis, appliance repair, etc. Must have certifications/permits required by city or state to perform job responsibilities (i.e., pool operations, etc.).
Key machine
Sewer machine
Sink machine
Leak detector
Ampro meter
Volt meter
Manifold gauges
Charging cylinders
Spray paint rig
Air conditioners
Water heaters
Welding torches (A/C)
Hand tools
Soldering torch
Propane torch (plumbing)
Steam clean/shampoo machine
Position requires a minimum of 1-year general maintenance experience and at least 6 months apartment maintenance experience. Must be able to handle light plumbing repairs, tile work, light HVAC equipment repairs, trouble shoot appliances, carpentry repairs, simple electrical repairs and all facets of apartment make-ready.
Will be exposed to constant activity that requires intermittent standing, bending, crouching, pushing/pulling, lifting/moving/carrying (light to heavy weight material/appliances/equipment), climbing ladders/stairs, and walking on rooftops.
Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate small-motorized equipment (i.e., repetitive hand/wrist, griping and elbow motion). Must have normal range of hearing, vision, color discrimination and depth perception for proper operation of machines and equipment. Must be able to complete tasks wearing appropriate safety equipment (i.e., back belts, goggles, masks, gloves, etc.). For additional information regarding the physical demands of this position, please see the position's Physical Demands Analysis, which is available in Public Folders or through the Human Resources Department.
Must be able to read and write in English at intermediate level to read diagrams, meters, instructions, etc. Must be able to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions and plans. Deals with standardized situations with occasional or no deviations from standard procedures. Requires public contact and excellent interpersonal skills.
Will be exposed on a regular basis to outdoor environment (i.e., heat, cold, damp, rain, etc.). Will also have light to moderate exposure to injuries (i.e., chemicals, electrical, machinery, tools, lifting, etc.). Will be exposed to some low-level noise when using power tools. Hazards can be avoided with proper lifting techniques, MSDS and general safety training, and wearing of proper safety equipment.
May be called upon to work overtime and service call/after hours schedules. Check with your Community Manager or Community Service Supervisor for community specific service call/after hours guidelines.

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