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Posted: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 4:37 AM

Job Description Preservation Management, Inc. is seeking a Full-Time Property Maintenance Supervisor to oversee the care and repair of residential and support buildings along with maintaining the grounds on the property. This position is for one of our multi-unit residential properties located at James A. Dobson in Rochester New York. Specific Responsibilities: Demonstrate a positive, professional, and client-oriented attitude about the company with coworkers, tenants, clients, and the public; establish and maintain collaborative working relationships between coworkers. With the Residential Property Manager, recruit, hire, and train new maintenance employees; conduct performance reviews and performance improvement counseling in accordance with PMI Human Resources Policies and Procedures; supervise and schedule the daily work of on-site maintenance technicians. Strive for improvements in work processes and results to better meet company and owner's expectations; promote employee recognition programs and ensure employees are informed of all company communications; maintain a safe and respectful work environment for employees. Respond to life safety emergencies and other critical incidents; coordinate the response with other maintenance personnel and public safety agencies; notify company management personnel as required by emergency protocols. Inspect, maintain, repair, or replace life-safety and emergency equipment, including any item considered a life or safety hazard by REAC, LIHTC, local Codes Department, etc. In cases of maintenance emergencies, contact service contractors (elevator, HVAC, etc.) as needed; follow PMI and manufacturer procedures for the safe operation, testing, and maintenance of emergency generators. To ensure that the property is safe and maintained properly, conduct routine visual inspections of the exterior and interior of buildings, grounds, facilities, and equipment; determine whether repairs or maintenance are needed; follow-up with residents’ work orders, as directed by the property manager. Ensure maintenance personnel follow the standards in the PMI Maintenance Manual as well as company, governmental, or agency safety standards; report anything found not to be up to standards; maintain up-to-date Material Safety Data Sheets; coordinate and track all required safety training for maintenance employees. Maintain up-to-date technical specifications documents, including but not limited to: blueprints, as-built plans, wiring and electrical schematics, and utility schematics; be able to locate and operate shut off valves for all major building systems, utilities, and communications equipment. Use and maintain the property’s tools and equipment in accordance with the manufacturers’ specifications; report any instances of equipment malfunction immediately to the property manager; identify any repair that should be done by the manufacturers. Establish and monitor preventive maintenance schedules for all site equipment and tools. Forecast and manage replacement of major capital expense items including life safety systems, HVAC systems, roof systems, utility systems, parking lot surfaces, etc.; purchase supplies and equipment for the property. Make arrangements with contractors for repairs that cannot be handled by on-site maintenance personnel; communicate with the Residential Property Manager regarding all contracts for work performed; monitor and inspect the performance of contractors; reinforce PMI standards and procedures concerning safety and job quality. Assist the Residential Property Manager in preparation for all site REAC reviews and responses to audits, including recommendations for procedural changes Log onto and update company computer-based records, including maintenance work orders; using the company on-line database, keep accurate, up-to-date records of maintenance expenditures and submit regular expense reports to the Residential Property Manager. Inspect interior and exterior surfaces for painting needs; make sure all surfaces, equipment, and materials are clean when painting is finished. Enforce property owners’ and PMI standards for cleanliness; clean common areas frequently. Conduct apartment inspections and coordinate the assignment of maintenance personnel to restore the unit to a “like new” condition; Perform inspections prior to tenants moving out; identify necessary replacement parts, materials for repair, etc.; order materials in a timely manner to be able to begin work immediately following move out Prepare the Move-Out Inspection when a unit is vacated – clean or refurbish vacated apartment units to ensure a quick turnaround time for units to be available for renting. Keep the site grounds and landscaping neat and clean according to PMI and property owners’ standards; repair and replace concrete and asphalt walks and drives; Conduct repairs (routine and emergency), as well as preventive and corrective maintenance, for the following systems Plumbing systems; electrical systems; appliances; windows, doors, roofing, and siding; heating and air-conditioning systems; Conduct other miscellaneous minor repairs (routine and emergency), as well as preventive and corrective maintenance, as needed. Perform other duties as assigned by the Residential Property Manager. Company Description Preservation Management, Inc., headquartered in South Portland, Maine, is a comprehensive, full-service residential property management firm, specializing in affordable residential multifamily, subsidized and tax credit properties. PMI'€ (TM) s portfolio includes more than 85 properties, consisting of over 8,900 units in 16 states, and is growing steadily in the region it serves.


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