The Service Technician is often the single most responsible individual for resident satisfaction. Not only does the Service Technician play a key role in the resident's comfort, their service often includes more interaction with the residents than any other on-site personnel. It is therefore essential that the Service Technician portray a professional, courteous, and caring attitude while on the job.
The following qualifications must be met to be considered for the position of Service Technician:
Must be able to lift 80-100 lbs on a regular basis
Must be able to walk up and down stairs on a regular basis
Must have a valid drivers license and reliable transportation with insurance and registration
Must be able to live at the community at which you are employed, and be available to assist in after-hours emergency situations (not applicable in all regions)
Must be available for night/weekend call duty.
Must have the knowledge and ability to perform the following duties:
repair/replace locks, smoke alarms
roofing inspection/minor roof repair
change AC filters
HVAC repairs (must have HVAC license if working with refrigerant)
drywall repairs & painting
replace broken windows
carpet and pad repair/replacement
comply with OSHA regulations
In addition to the skills listed above, the Service Technician is responsible for completion of the following duties:
Observe all precautions as outlined in the “Personal Safety” policy in the Maintenance Manual.
Complete resident requested service orders on a timely basis. (Lincoln standard turnaround time for completion of service requests is 24 hours, unless circumstances dictate otherwise.)
Complete all assigned maintenance work on vacant apartments within the Lincoln standard of 7 days or 5 business days.
Comply with all Housing Guidelines, OSHA regulations and any applicable laws in your area regarding health, safety, or environment.
Maintain mold logs, MSDS sheets
Order maintenance supplies with approval from Business Manager.
Train newly-hired Service Technicians and/or Porters.
Ensure building lights and timers are working properly.
Install appliances as necessary.
Assist Business Manager/office personnel as needed in emergency situations.
Consult with Business Manager and/or Maintenance Supervisor on major repairs, replacements and/or contracts.
Attend meetings and seminars as requested by Business Manager, Regional Property Manager or Maintenance Supervisor.
This position is on a smaller property consisting of 56 units in Los Angeles.
Internal Number: 5800 Harold
About Lincoln Property Company
Lincoln Property Company was founded in 1965 as a developer and manager of high-quality residential communities. Their national reputation for successful management of their own properties quickly attracted a large client base of owners and investors who recognized the value that they could provide in development, property management and real estate consulting services, so they added third party management to their lines of service.
Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) was formed in 2001 through a Department of Defense (DoD) contract with parent company Lincoln Property Company. The mission has always been to increase the quality of military housing for our nation's servicemen and women. Since its inception almost 15 years ago, Lincoln Military Housing now provides more than 36,000 family homes for military members across the US. Lincoln Military Housing not only provides professional property management and 24-hour maintenance services, the company prides itself in providing community building activities free to all residents. Lincoln Military Housing is available for members of the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines as well as Coast Guard and National Guard.
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