Maintenance Technician

Posted 07/17

Belmont Housing Resources for WNY is recruiting for the following position:

Maintenance Technician

Summary of Duties:

Responsible for overall maintenance of the site. Qualified candidate will have experience in general maintenance, plumbing, electrical, boilers and HVAC. Candidate will also be responsible for supervising and/or performing grounds work, painting, renovations/turns, preventative maintenance, and repairs. This position also requires general site administration which will include purchasing and maintaining materials and supplies.

Education and/or experience:

High school diploma or GED equivalent plus 4 years experience or equivalent combination of education and experience required.

Skills/Requirements:

-Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

Competitive pay, great benefits and room for advancement.

Application Closing Date: August 2, 2017

Please note that in order to be considered for this position, resumes will only be accepted electronically (see below to upload). If special accommodations are needed in order to meet this requirement, please contact the Human Resource Department at 716-884-7791 ext. 164 or ext. 148.

Belmont Housing Resources for WNY is an Equal Opportunity Employer and strong advocate of workforce diversity: Minority / Female / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity / Disability / Veteran

 

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Maintenance Technician

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