|Job Summary: The Maintenance performs necessary maintenance repairs and preventative maintenance throughout Aurora Military Housing. Utilize skills normally associated with the carpentry, plumbing, welding, electrical, masonry and related property and facility maintenance trades, to ensure the proper maintenance and repair of Aurora Military Housing assets on Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson. Work requires performing duties independently with the responsibility for adapting tools and materials to assigned projects and applying discretion in determining proper work methods and procedures. Conduct business in a manner that attracts and retains residents by performing the following duties and all other duties assigned.
Job Duties: Complete tasks using the standard methods, materials, tools, and equipment of the facilities maintenance and carpentry trades; complete tasks using the methods, materials, tools, equipment and practices of related facility maintenance disciplines such as HVAC, controls, mechanical, and electrical; adhere to the occupational hazards and safety precautions necessary in facilities maintenance and carpentry work; participate in an On-Call emergency schedule for evening, weekend and holiday coverage; Installs new equipment, appliances, fixtures, and parts; modify existing systems; perform remodeling; perform repairs on appliances, heating systems, fixtures, switches, and outlets, as well as completing preventative maintenance on HVAC, and boiler, water heater and air circulation systems; perform carpentry work in the renovation, alteration, and maintenance of buildings, floors, roofs, partitions, doors, windows, wooden fixtures, sheetrock, tiling, and other housing components and playground equipment; perform installation and plumbing work (such as cleaning stoppages and replacing fittings) on boilers, furnaces, water heaters and pumps; greet and interact with residents in a professional, courteous and helpful manner, and while on duty, answer all incoming calls in a professional, positive manner; perform lockout response, as needed. Verifying tenant/roommate list and responding in a timely manner; inspect units to determine damages to the unit and the specific maintenance needs; responsible for reporting units that are seen as presenting any health, fire or safety concerns; perform scheduled maintenance on all equipment utilized, when appropriate and available, manufacturer’s recommendations and operating.
Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; valid Alaska drivers license; ability to be insured by the company’s auto insurance; prior maintenance experience or experience in related field required; desired greater experience and skills in one or more of the following trades, building construction, carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, welding, and auto mechanic preferred; ability to understand and execute oral and written instructions; ability o work independently and willingness to learn.
A complete job description is available in the Anchorage dispatch office. All applicants must be registered with the Union, be current with dues or registration fee and have a current resume on file in the Anchorage dispatch office, to be referred for this position.