Maintenance Technician IIChildress Klein
While Childress Klein exists to develop high-quality, profitable real estate projects and provides the most competent and professional property management possible, we believe that our success is derived from the success of our employees. That’s why we provide them the tools and training to further develop their skills, open work environments that help stimulate an ongoing exchange of ideas and the opportunity to be fulfilled both personally and professionally.
As part of our commitment to our employees, Childress Klein provides an exciting Wellness Program with quarterly activities, incentives and rewards. We also believe in “giving back" to the community where we live and work and encourage employee participation in company-sponsored voluntary activities.
SUMMARY OF BENEFITS
- Time off includes Earned Time Off “ETO" days plus 9 Holidays annually
- Tuition Reimbursement Program available for eligible employees to continue job-related training and education
- Employer subsidized YMCA membership
- 401(k) plan with 3.5% match
- Great medical PPO plan with co-pays
- Dental plan benefits include preventive care paid at 100% and most other dental services paid at 80%, after the deductible, to an annual maximum of $1250 per covered individual
- Flexible spending plan available to set aside pre-tax dollars for dependent care and medical spending
- Company paid life insurance and disability insurance
- Supplemental vision, life and disability insurance available
- Company-provided mobile devices for employees in positions requiring flexibility
As a candidate for employment with Childress Klein, you are required to undergo confidential pre-employment drug and background screenings.
The Maintenance Technician II will complete assigned maintenance tasks common to a Class A building maintenance program using the work experience, knowledge, skills, ability and desire for growth of a skilled technician.
The essential duties of this position include the following:
Perform day-to-day service (corrective and proactive) on all equipment within the employee’s specified field.
Respond to tenant complaints and preventive maintenance work orders. Troubleshoot, repair and service as required to maintain Class-A office space and associated equipment.
Assist other departmental technicians on specific projects or repairs as needed.
Perform all tasks as directed by superiors. Examples of routine troubleshooting, maintenance and service repairs include (but are not limited to) door repairs, closer repairs, lock repairs, plumbing repairs, electrical repairs, tenant equipment repairs, light replacements, ballast replacements, break room equipment repairs, and other general maintenance items.
Take a leadership role when working in the employee’s area of expertise.
Share skills and knowledge with fellow employees.
Report all problems to engineering superiors or security as applicable.
Keep work area clean at all times.
Develop and maintain good business relationships with tenants
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The essential duties listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience
Degree from a two year technical school preferred; five years’ experience in maintenance or building operations; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Valid driver license required to operate personal vehicle to pick up supplies and parts and travel to other locations for company functions and mandatory training.