Maintenance Technician, Property Management (Collingwood Village) | CS138

Maintenance Technician, Property Management (Collingwood Village) | CS138

18 Nov
Concert Properties

18 Nov

Concert Properties


About Concert Properties

Putting people first is at the heart of the Concert story. We are deeply invested in improving the lives of the people who live and work in our communities, acknowledging that communities are more than just buildings. We focus on quality, consistency, and sustainability, and our business is driven by warm, passionate people who embody a desire to help each of us feel more connected to one another.

Since 1989, our real estate portfolio has grown to an asset value of $6 billion and includes condominiums, rentals, seniors' active aging communities, industrial and commercial properties, and public infrastructure projects across Canada.

Position Summary:

Reporting directly to the Community Manager this role provides support in maintaining and operating various properties in Concert’s portfolio to a standard that enhances curb appeal and resident satisfaction. The role requires a varied technical skill set and the ability to work under varied conditions while upholding Concert’s high customer service brand.

Duties and Responsibilities

- Perform repairs as per work orders and maintenance tasks as directed by the assigned Resident Services Manager (“RSM”) and when necessary, call in sub-trades.

- Minor electrical repairs such as changing various types of light bulbs, light switches, electrical outlets, and install light fixtures, change electrical ballasts (to 120 v only).

- Minor plumbing installations or repairs of faucets, toilets and associated piping, unplug drains/toilets and service various plumbing components.

- Minor hardware repair/replacement such as locks, door handles, and door closers.

- Minor drywall repairs and plaster work, painting and minor millwork repair and replacement.

- General repairs such as grouting, floor repairs, door repairs/ installation.

- Conduct walkthroughs of building(s) and ground(s) as per the maintenance check list and action any minor problems that are noted.

- Check for and note any cleaning deficiencies and assist with the cleaning/maintenance of building exterior grounds, sidewalks, parkades and loading bays including clearing snow as required from entrances, driveways and sidewalks and apply ice-melt as required.

- Conduct daily inspections of mechanical and electrical equipment located within the building including roof top equipment, sprinkler rooms and systems, elevator machine rooms, mechanical rooms and equipment, electrical rooms and electrical vault, and all and any other equipment.

- Assist with the preparation of vacant and available suites.

- Update and maintain all necessary maintenance records, such as inspection reports, service requests, incident reports, turnover sheets, and maintenance/contractor files.

- Assist with and perform preventative maintenance to all building equipment and systems (where qualified and directed to do so) and where work is done by outside contractors, supervise to ensure that performance meet Concert’s standard and Work Safety Procedures.

- Assist contractors with removal of the compactor, pull cardboard and recycling containers from bins to street where required and general clean-up of compactor/garbage rooms on a regular basis.

- Participate in the fire and life safety procedures and fire drills and perform routine inspections and testing of the fire safety systems (such as testing of emergency generator once every month). Respond to emergencies as per the safety plan for the building.

- Respond to break-ins, property damage, fires or floods and advise the RSM or Property Manager immediately and complete incident reports in detail.

- Respond to emergencies during business hours and participate in the rotation of Concert On-Call after hours services, as required.

Required Knowledge and Skill

- Ability to physically carry out duties of a maintenance technician

- Must have good oral and written English skills

- Strong interpersonal skills

- Basic computer skills: use of Outlook, Word and Excel and smart phone operations

- Residential Tenancy Act of BC

- Knowledge of and experience in performing tasks related to building systems and general building repairs.

- Ability to multi-task and consistently meet deadlines

Please note this is a general description of the tasks and skills required. Additional responsibilities and duties may be required to successfully perform this role.

Join the Concert Team in building a people-first future.

Concert is proud to have been named one of BC’s Top Employer for 2021!

We are a proud Canadian company, providing quality employment across the country and working together with the people we serve to realize our vision – building resilient, inclusive, sustainable committees. Our success is based on our employees – on a passionate, talented team who value a collaborative culture, a desire for excellence and a willingness to give back. We truly value our team members and offer competitive pay, and comprehensive benefits and perk programs that support and promote employee health and wellness.

At Concert, we value diversity, equity and inclusion and are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds perspectives and skills. We welcome applications from all qualified job seekers.

Please be advised that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Thank you for your interest in Concert.

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