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Maintenance Technician [BT]

Maintenance Technician

Full Time | Regular

Reports to Property Manager

Hourly, DOE | Non-exempt

 

Brief Description
Blanton Turner is looking for its next dynamic, communicative, skilled maintenance tech! We are looking for an independent, trustworthy tech to be a self-starter when it comes to being responsible for daily upkeep, unit turns in a timely and efficient manner. This requires displaying a high level of ownership, responsibility, customer service and professionalism. It will be your responsibility to provide cleaning of common areas, maintaining the grounds and general maintenance & repair.

Core Competencies

  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload to meet deadlines
  • Communicate effectively and professionally with all key stakeholders including, but not limited to, residents, tenants, the Property Manager, staff, and vendors.
  • Ability to implement staffing resources effectively
  • Ability to quantify and produce expected results and be responsible for the results of the work
  • Aesthetically oriented with an eye for detail
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Work well under pressure with excellent problem solving skills
  • Work well with a wide diversity of people, honestly, ethically with integrity and a sense of humor
  • Knowledge of building maintenance and custodial practices and strategies

Essential Functions

  • To further the brand of Blanton Turner through excellent maintenance of the property.
  • Show accountability for all work and actions by setting a strong example and work ethic
  • Responsible for managing all aspects of maintenance for select properties
  • To perform maintenance and repairs of physical property, including but not limited to doing: minor plumbing repair, general carpentry, landscaping, painting drywall and janitorial.
  • Set quality standards and ensure quality control.
  • Maintain professionalism and communicate effectively with all key stakeholders including, but not limited to, residents, tenants, the Property manager, Portfolio manager, office staff, and vendors.
  • Complete all work in a timely and professional manner.
  • Must work safely at all times.

Experience and Characteristics

  • 2+ years general building maintenance experience or equivalent training
  • 1+ years janitorial experience desired but not required
  • Computer proficient (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
  • Physically able to perform maintenance work in most weather conditions.
  • Be able to lift up to 90 lbs.
  • Familiarity with Washington State and City of Seattle Landlord-Tenant laws helpful
  • Personal independence, drive and self-initiative.

About Blanton Turner

Blanton Turner is a Seattle-based property management firm providing multi-family and student housing developers and owners with real estate solutions for a new economy. We're a proven team that has been working together for years. We think like owners, run properties like the multi-million dollar businesses they are, apply insight gained through our extensive background in development, and enjoy having a little fun while we're at it.

Learn more at www.blantonturner.com.

 

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