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As a residential HVAC Technician, you are responsible for ongoing facility maintenance and repairs to keep the company’s multifamily property operating and appearing at its best.
You will use your three-plus years of experience in property maintenance (either in a residential or hospitality setting) to address work orders before issues escalate into major problems. You’ve done light carpentry, are experienced with minor electrical or plumbing repairs, and aren’t afraid to work on HVAC systems.
You are interested in growing your career and have obtained one or more relevant certifications so you can take on more complex repair and maintenance work using HVAC certifications or technical degrees that this property needs.
You want to positively impact people’s lives by proactively addressing routine maintenance and the general cleanliness of the property, including resident amenities such as the pool and clubhouse.
Your friendly and efficient approach is perfect when engaging with residents in their units and about the property. You are committed to creating a safe working environment for the team and a safe living environment for our residents with a safety-first approach to everything you do.
You will work full-time Monday through Friday. Since maintenance emergencies can happen at any time, this role does require occasional on-call hours as set by the Property Management team.
Starting pay ranges from $27.00 per hour to $30.00 per hour.
We offer many benefits to meet your needs, including medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance options. The company provides auto-enrollment in its 401(k) plan after 60 days of employment. New employees accrue 40 hours of vacation in the first year and earn paid sick leave per state requirements*. Eligible employees also receive holiday pay (if working) or paid holidays (if scheduled off) for 6 holidays each year**.
While we provide equipment and supplies to complete most work orders, you will need to maintain your own tool kit to complete work orders. Occasionally, you may need to use either a company-owned vehicle (or your own) to move about the property or to pick up supplies off-site. Therefore, you must have a current divers’ license to be effective in this position.
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*The Company provides at least 40 hours of Paid Sick Leave per year in states with no state mandate. **To be eligible for holiday pay, employees must have completed 90 days of employment and have worked the last scheduled day before and the first scheduled day after the holiday.
Two Coast Lving is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We will consider for employment all qualified Applicants, including those with Criminal Histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.
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