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POST DATE 9/16/2016
END DATE 1/14/2017

Prestige Care, Inc East Wenatchee, WA

East Wenatchee, WA
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Job Classification
Full Time
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Mid-Career (2 - 15 years)
Associates Degree


Job Summary:

The Maintenance Director is responsible for the maintenance of the building, apartments, equipment, and grounds.

Essential Functions:

Prepares and implements a preventive maintenance schedule for the building, equipment, and grounds.
Performs installations and repairs within area of expertise including, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and painting and in accordance to accepted codes.
Arranges for and manages contracted repairs, maintenance, and construction services.
Conducts and records routine fire evacuations drills and inspects fire and emergency equipment.
Inspects the physical plant, furnishings and equipment on a regular basis identifying needed repairs or improvements and advises the executive director of recommended solutions timely.
Monitors building and water temperatures and adjusts to meet regulations and safety codes.
Ensures strict adherence to community fire safety and hazardous chemical procedures, promptly address all unsafe conditions or equipment problems.
Greets residents, visitors, and staff courteously, respecting individual dignity, rights and confidentiality standards.
Performs floor care on an ongoing basis, including carpeting in resident apartments and common areas of the community.
Removes trash gathered by housekeepers and caregivers on a daily basis.
Ensures that outdoor walking areas and parking lot are clean and in good repair and free of debris.
Maintains grounds in a professional, well groomed manner by performing grounds maintenance on a regular basis or working with a landscape company to maintain grounds in an appropriate manner.
Assists in lifting and transporting heavy objects, including receiving shipments and furniture.
Assists residents in hanging pictures, arranging furniture, or moving, as necessary.
Assists and escorts inspectors on tours of the community.
Ensures that the department operates within the budget, maintaining records that support supply and labor costs.
Responsible for keeps a record of all community tools and equipment and keeping needed maintenance supplies stocked.
Coordinates maintenance services with other departments and residents.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

Vocational or Trade School degree in general maintenance or three years of experience in carpentry, electrical or painting work.
Experience with budgets helpful.
Valid driver license and access to a private vehicle for business use.