According to prescribed policies and procedures, under the general supervision of the Senior Property Manager, Property Manager, and/or Maintenance Supervisor, assumes responsibility for general building maintenance including preventative maintenance, minor repairs and completion of work orders. Supervises and assists outside service personnel and vendors as needed. Reports major repair and maintenance needs to supervisor.
Assumes responsibility for assigned facility maintenance functions.
a. Conducts general maintenance of resident units and common areas including carpentry, painting and other general repairs.
b. Prepares vacant units for move-in, including, but not limited to, painting, cleaning and carpet cleaning.
c. Performs and arranges scheduled preventative maintenance and cleaning. Completes inspections and tests, and maintains logs and records reflecting results.
d. Performs maintenance on all security systems, fire alarms, and door locks.
e. Adheres to schedule and takes assigned on call duties as directed.
f. Provides assistance and direction on outside service and repair work.
g. Performs landscaping duties (lawn mowing, hedge trimming, bed maintenance) as needed.
h. Maintains grounds, parking lots, and driveways, including keeping walkways and parking lots free of snow and ice.
i. Cleans common areas of property. Duties include emptying trash, dusting and vacuuming; polishing/cleaning furniture, cleaning fixtures, window ledges, mopping floor areas.
j. Cleans and deodorizes bathrooms. Replaces toilet paper and paper towels.
k. Removes trash from common areas. Maintains dumpster area.
Assumes responsibility for maintaining related maintenance records.
a. Tracks and records preventative maintenance procedures.
b. Completes work orders and inspections appropriately per policy and procedure.
c. Reviews all Material Data Safety Sheets and follows instructions regarding use, disposal of or spills.
Assumes responsibility for establishing and maintaining effective communication, coordination, and working relationships with residents, co-workers, community leaders, owners, management, vendors, and service providers.
a. Keeps management informed of area activities and any significant problems or maintenance concerns.
b. Attends and participates in meetings as required. Completes required records and reports.
c. Assists vendors and service providers as needed.
d. With respect to Resident Rights, ensures all residents and staff are treated with respect and dignity. Reports all complaints made by residents and/or families to the appropriate supervisors. Reports all allegations of abuse, misappropriation of funds/property and/or any other corporate compliance items drug free workplace, safe work practices, all federal, state and local regulations and laws immediately.
Assumes responsibility for related duties as required or assigned.
a. Manages relationships, both internally and externally exercising appropriate communication and interpersonal skills.
b. Must be knowledgeable and adhere to fair housing laws.
c. Completes assigned training in a timely manner.
Resident units are in good repair, and well maintained. Vacant units are readied for move-in in a timely manner.
Common areas are in good repair and well maintained.
Common areas and grounds are clean and free of trash.
Preventative maintenance and repairs are effectively performed in accordance with established standards and procedures.
Maintenance needs and problems are promptly identified and resolved or reported to supervisor.
All responsibilities are carried out in a manner consistent with National Church Residences' Core Values of Mission, Compassion, Leadership and Professionalism.
Adheres to all policies, procedures, terms and conditions set forth in the National Church Residences Employee Information Guide (EIG), Policy and Procedure Guide (PPG), and facility handbook including, but not limited to, corporate compliance, drug free workplace, safe work practices, all federal, state, local regulations and laws.
Achieve acceptable Resident Satisfaction score as measured.
Ability and means to travel on a flexible schedule as needed, proof of liability and property damage insurance on vehicle used is required.
Performs other duties as assigned.JOB SPECIFICATION SHEET
Education: Must have high school diploma or equivalent.
Experience: One to two years maintenance experience. Knowledge of janitorial equipment and maintenance procedures.
Skills/Abilities: Good mechanical and problem solving abilities. Well organized and able to work well independently. Able to coordinate well with others and professionally assist others as needed. Attentive to detail. Must have working knowledge of computer or tablet software. Good communication, comprehension and interpersonal skills. Must have working knowledge of computer or tablet software.
Mental: Must have the ability to understand data and carry out verbal and written instructions.
Licensure: Valid driver's license and able to meet National Church Residences' motor vehicle policy.
Vision: The degree of hand and eye coordination as applied to job requirements that induce visual strain. Normal: Consistent with standard workflow.
With respect to said job description, estimate the daily time spent performing the following activities.
Rare (R) = 0-24%; Sometimes (S) = 25-49%; Frequent (F) = 50-74%; Continuous (C) = 75% plus
S = Climbing F = Stooping Lifting / Carrying; C = 10-25 lbs.
S = Standing S = Pushing F = 26-50 lbs.
S = Sitting S = Pulling S = 51-75 lbs.
F = Walking S = Driving S = 76 plus lbs.
Consequences of Errors: Limited monetary responsibility.
Supervision Received: General supervision: Employee generally operates by himself/herself checking with supervisor when in doubt.
Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed but uninvolved instructions and to deal with problems involving a few variables.
Mathematics Ability: Ability to perform very basic math skills including adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing two digit numbers; to perform the four basic arithmetic operations with money; to perform operations with units such as inch, foot, and yard; ounce and pound (or their metric counterparts).
Language Ability: Ability to communicate and understand English.
Working Conditions: Acceptable; some distractions. Worker is subject to changing inside and/or outside temperatures which may include extreme heat (temperatures above 100 degrees) or extreme cold (temperatures below 32 degrees) Worker is subject to work conditions that are somewhat disagreeable; elements such as noise, dust, heat and oil exist but not to the extent of being continuously disagreeable.
At National Church Residences, our mission is to support the health and safety of our employees and the seniors we serve. As a result, offers to successful applicants will be contingent upon compliance with National Church Residences' COVID-19 Vaccine Policy. Prior to their anticipated start date, successful applicants must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, or alternatively, secure an approved accommodation because of a disability (as defined by the ADA) or a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance (as defined by Title VII).
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, military status, disability, genetic information and/or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.
National Church Residences is an innovative leader in integrating housing, health care and other supportive services for seniors, families and others who need us. Thousands of people nationwide come home to the comfortable, affordable housing that National Church Residences offers.
Headquartered in Upper Arlington, Ohio, National Church Residences is the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of affordable senior housing and services. With over 340 communities in 28 states and Puerto Rico, National Church Residences also provides health care in Ohio and Florida, including the operation of Senior Living Communities and permanent supportive housing for the formerly homeless and disabled. The National Church Residences model of person-centered care includes adult day services, assisted living, senior housing, rehabilitation suites, memory care, rehabilitation centers, outpatient therapy, home health care and hospice.
Founded by the Rev. John R. Glenn and four Ohio Presbyterian churches in 1961, National Church Residences is certified as a 501c (3) charitable organization. Rev. Glenn formed National Church Residences out of a Christian commitment to serve older adults' housing, social and human needs.
His innovative thinking resulted in the purchase of an abandoned company town in Waverly, Ohio, that became Bristol Village, National Church Residences' first housing community.
For more than 55 years, National Church Residences has built a proven track record of excellence based on continuous improvement to its services and standards of care for those we serve. Our diverse portfolio includes Senior Living Communities, permanent supportive housing communities that serve the formerly homeless and disabled, a Home & Community Services senior home health care agency, Centers for Senior Health that provide adult day services and residential health care facilities that provide assisted living and skilled nursing.
Governed by a 24-member Board of Directors comprised of a broad mix of people with professional, business and human services backgrounds, National Church Residences' mission extends to more than 3,400 employees and thousands of residents throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.