Marin Housing Authority
    Job Description
    Annual Salary Range: $44,994-$60,296 plus $10 flat fee for each tenant unit visit outside of regular working hours
    Status: Full-Time
    Reports to: Program Manager or Maintenance Manager
    Closing Date: May 8, 2019

    Marin Housing Authority is seeking a hard-working and committed person to perform the full array of duties assigned to the Maintenance Worker class, including a variety of skilled and semi-skilled journeyman level tasks in the maintenance and repair of all facets of public housing units and related facilities; perform a variety of facility and grounds maintenance, cleaning, building maintenance and repair for a variety of public housing facilities in multiple locations; respond to after-hour emergency calls; communicate with residents in determining the need for maintenance and to minimize future repairs; and performs related work as assigned.

    As experience and skills are gained, the incumbent’s assignments will become more varied and may include a variety of indoor and outdoor maintenance and janitorial tasks. Semi-skilled maintenance and repair tasks in a variety of craft areas may be assigned on a training or relief basis.

    A portion of the incumbent’s weekly working hours will be regularly scheduled (approximately 32 hours per week) and a portion will consist of responding to emergency requests from tenants after regular working hours (estimated at 2-8 hours a week). The salary will fluctuate based on the amount of hours worked per week. The incumbent will field emergency calls and make repairs after his or her regularly scheduled work hours primarily at Golden Gate Village. There will be no geographic or other restrictions on the incumbent after regular work hours. The incumbent will be free to engage in personal pursuits outside of regular work hours. The incumbent will not be required to remain at Golden Gate Village after regular work hours.

    Please see attached job classification for a non-exhaustive list of duties.

    Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be a high school diploma or its equivalent, and two years of experience in performing facility or grounds construction, maintenance or repair.

    Experience in an environment where organization, teamwork, adherence to regulatory requirements, report-writing and communication skills are crucial. Thorough knowledge of basic principles and practices of maintenance and construction, local/state/federal health and safety standards, automated data systems are required, as is the ability to establish rapport and maintain effective working relationships with residents, landlords, staff, vendors and other clientele. A valid California driver’s license and acceptable driving record is a prerequisite to employment.

    The ideal candidate will also:
    •  Possess initiative, strong organizational skills, judgment, and discretion;
    •  Be able to make independent decisions and plan, forecast, and manage change;
    •  Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
    •  Possess experience performing interior and exterior maintenance tasks effectively, efficiently, and in a safe manner;
    •  Demonstrate the ability to read and understand written directions, plans, drawings, and instructions; follow oral directions;
    •  Possess the ability to recognize and report hazardous and potential maintenance problems;
    •  Possess experience maintaining basic records of work performed and supplies and materials used;
    •  Be a team player, capable of working on a variety of property management and other issues facing housing authorities today.
    •  Understand the importance of excellent customer service;
    •  Be able to use handheld devices, such as a mobile phone, to receive and complete work orders.
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