The Maintenance Technician is a full time position in Stamford. Must have basic electric, plumbing & carpentry skills and at least 5 years maintenance experience. Availability to work some weekends and respond to emergency calls. Must have own vehicle. To be considered for this role, please submit a resume and cover letter to ciozzo@nnistamford.org. For more details, please visit our website at www.nnistamford.org.

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Job Type: Full-time

Required education: High school or equivalent

Required experience: Maintenance Technician: 5 years

Required license or certification: Driver’s License


The NNI Maintenance Director will travel to all NNI property locations to support the Company’s vision of maintaining the appearance and preservation of all property locations by exhibiting strong leadership and training skills. The Maintenance Director is responsible for managing and overseeing all NNI maintenance personnel at NNI property locations. To be considered for this role, please submit a resume and cover letter to ciozzo@nnistamford.org. For more details, please visit our website at www.nnistamford.org.

Job Responsibilities Include but are not Limited to the Following:

  • Exhibit strong commitment to the needs of all NNI properties and tenants.
  • Hire, train and manage NNI maintenance staff.
  • Administer safety and other maintenance related training and programs in order to facilitate maintenance staff development and performance.
  • Ensure that all maintenance staff have current certifications as required by NNI and/or city/state prior to performing work functions.
  • Monitor and assist in the completion of major repairs, insurance and capital expenditures.
  • Identify potential short and long-term maintenance issues at NNI property locations.
  • Keep abreast of relevant industry issues, government regulations and restrictions concerning maintenance and safety procedures and incorporate them into everyday planning and decision-making.
  • Maintain an awareness and understanding of the goals of the Company and work to enhance its overall image and presence in the affordable housing market.
  • Travel to NNI property locations to assist with due diligence projects, the take-over process, unit walks, maintenance inventory and training new employees on maintenance procedures, practices and policies.
  • Physically inspect properties on a regular basis to ensure all repair work is being done properly, safely, and in a timely manner.
  • Diagnose building/construction deficiencies and communicate resolutions to NNI management.
  • Physically assist with interior/exterior rehabilitation, construction and maintenance projects.
  • Assist in periodically completing written property safety audits.
  • Responsible for ordering supplies, obtaining bids/contracts and managing budgets.
  • Communicate regularly with the Director of Operations and maintenance staff regarding work schedules and budget expense overages.
  • Continually maintain a complete understanding and working knowledge of Company policies and procedures and communicate any changes with maintenance staff.
  • Provide assistance with on-call situations and emergencies as they may pertain to hazardous weather problems, fires, floods, snow removal, freezes, etc.
  • Meet deadlines and prioritize activities as needed.
  • Maintain project files and documents in accordance with HUD, LIHTC, DECD and CHFA requirements.
    Complete other tasks, duties and/or special projects as may be assigned by the Director of Operations.

Education, Experience, Skills and Other Requirements

• Bachelor’s degree in Facilities/Construction Management or related field or equivalent combination of related training and experience preferred.

• A minimum of seven or more years of progressive maintenance and safety experience preferred.

• A minimum of seven years of experience with all major types of heating and air conditioning.

• A minimum of seven years of some level of construction background including but not limited to foundations, framing, roofing, plumbing and electrical preferred.

• Strong computer technology skills including MS Office (Word, Excel and Outlook).

• Property management software and compliance depot skills preferred.
• Demonstrated leadership and training skills.
• Ability to travel 50% or more as needed within Fairfield County, CT.

• A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required.
• Excellent time management skills; ability to prioritize and delegate work functions.
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
• A positive, team-oriented attitude and ability to work with a diverse group of people.

Certifications Requirements/Knowledge:

  • HVAC certification required (most industry certifications accepted). HVAC, supply purchasing and bidding experience required.
  • E.P.A Certification required (Type II – domestic HVAC systems).
  • E.P.A 410A certification required.
  • OSHA certification required.
  • Extensive knowledge of HUD/REAC.
  • Working knowledge of Microbial Growth preferred.
  • Knowledge of, or demonstrated ability to gain knowledge of, local, state, and federal building codes and compliance issues and the ability to ensure building code compliance.
  • Working knowledge of building maintenance, large and small repairs and preventative maintenance programs.
  • Must be able to apply principles of logical thinking to define problems, collect pertinent data, establish facts, draw called conclusions, initiate appropriate course of action and follow specific instructions

 

Reports To

Director of Operations

 

Work Schedule

Full-Time (40 hours per work week)

 

Job Classification

Exempt Salaried

 

Salary

$95,000 to $100,000 depending on experience

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