Full-Time | 1st Shift
Who we are:
At our core, we believe the care and service for America’s aging population is not only a moral obligation, but also an honor and a privilege. By combining our fundamental values with our mission to enrich lives through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities, we seek to earn the right to be viewed as the nation’s most trusted senior living provider. We employ compassionate people with integrity who embody excellence and promote these values.
Enlivant and its subsidiaries operate more than 200 assisted living residences comprising more than 9,000 resident units across the United States. Enlivant assisted living residences are intimate, vibrant communities where our staff treats residents like family and serves them with the utmost integrity and compassion. Enlivant employs nearly 5,000 people.
Enlivant is a certified “Great Places to Work” for four years in a row, and we believe in not only making an impact in our industry but also with each other. We’re also proud to earn the WELL Health-Safety Rating across all our communities for the second consecutive year, recognizing their ongoing commitment to support the health and safety of everyone who walks through their doors.
How others describe us:
“Enlivant is where compassion for residents and their families trumps all else.”
“Employees enjoy the people they work with every day, and they find leadership cares and invests in their development and the company’s culture.”
“I find Enlivant places value in becoming a company where everyone’s personal diversity is valued and respected, and where everyone can reach their full potential. There’s a warmth and employees seem to genuinely care about each other.”
What we have to offer you:
A commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
Professional development and career growth opportunities
Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage
Company paid life insurance
Additional coverage options, including Short Term Disability, Accident, Legal, Critical Illness, and pet insurance
A variety of family centered leaves, including New Child Leave
Flexible paid and unpaid time-off benefits
Employee Assistance Program
Discounts on products/experiences through Purchasing Power/Perks at work
As the Maintenance Technician, you will:
… be responsible for all repairs, physical maintenance, and ensuring preventive maintenance is scheduled as needed for the community and individual apartments. You will ensure preventive maintenance is scheduled and performed on all equipment as needed.
What you’ll do here:
Inspect buildings and other structures to determine functional systems and detect malfunctions and needed repairs making notes and recommendations using an established checklist.
Maintain grounds including outside residence repair, lawn maintenance, and garbage removal or coordinates services with outside vendors where appropriate.
Maintain or oversee repair of facility equipment; ensure equipment is functioning properly and staff are trained appropriately in its use
Provide consistent documentation of compliance to life safety and regulatory requirements as directed per federal, state and/or local regulations (e.g., Fire Drills, Daily Rounds, Evacuation Drills, and other associated documents)
Aid or instruct housekeeping to maintain floor covering in the hallways, lobbies, lounges, restrooms, corridors, elevators, stairways, parking lots and other community areas
Prepare apartments for move-in and completes refurbishing of apartments after move-out, including but not limited to the following: paint, appliance replacement, flooring as appropriate, and any additional upgrades as needed to prepare resident rooms
Perform troubleshooting and repairs to plumbing, electrical and HVAC systems throughout the community
Have a knowledge and understanding of the safe operation and use of hand and power tools used throughout the general maintenance industry
Schedule maintenance checkups on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, fire alarms, generators, washer and dryer, kitchen equipment and emergency pull cord equipment
Maintain the interior finishes and first impressions of the community, including but not limited to: painting, wall repair, lighting, other finishes, including counters, cabinets, door and windows, other surfaces or finishes as directed by the community
Additional duties as assigned.
We’d love to talk if:
You have two to three years of experience in facility maintenance including electrical, plumbing, and carpentry
You meet, have or are eligible to obtain all applicable state requirements and certifications
You have written and oral English communication skills
You care about serving seniors
Bonus points if:
You have previous experience within a facilities position in a senior living or healthcare environment
You have a High School Diploma (or equivalent)
You have experience interacting with individuals diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Pay Range: $17.50 – $20.50 / hour, based on experience
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