We believe in a world where homes are owned by regular people. Our mission is to provide authentic belonging experiences, empowering residents to become homeowners and homeowners to be financially free.
 
Belong is changing what it means to rent a home by putting people first. It’s where hospitality meets consumer real estate—and it’s about to redefine an entire industry. We’re backed by Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), GGV Capital, Battery Ventures, and Fifth Wall just to name some of our all-star investors.

As a Maintenance Technician on our team, you will ensure that our properties are in excellent condition, both inside and out. You will expand in your responsibilities as you grow.

Responsibilities

  • Provide excellent customer-facing service to our homeowners and tenants.
  • Perform routine maintenance in individual units, common areas and amenity areas of the properties, including preventative maintenance, upkeep, and repairs.
  • Assist and coordinate with specialists (HVAC, plumbing, electricity, etc.) in diagnosing and repairing the problem.
  • Complete service requests in a timely manner and as efficiently as directed.
  • Perform inspections of properties and individual units, identifying issues and recommending actions.
  • Prepare vacant units for new move-ins.
  • Post legal notices to doors and handle basic customer service for residents at properties
  • Ensure proper removal and disposal of trash as needed.
  • Perform other maintenance duties as requested.

Qualifications

  • Residential construction or single-family home maintenance experience strongly desired.
  • High School diploma, or GED equivalency. College or trade school preferred.
  • Relevant licenses and certifications (e.g., HVAC, EPA, Plumbing, GC, Electrical) are a plus and will increase compensation amounts
  • Valid driver's license and reliable transportation.
  • Strong communication including written follow-up and verbal ability to explain solutions to resident issues.
  • Ability to multitask including prioritizing work orders.
  • Robust computer skills - ability to learn and use systems for tracking, scheduling and communications.
  • Own tools such as a hammer, screwdrivers, channel locks, multimeter, hex keys, pliers, flashlight.
  • Flexibility to respond to after-hours emergency calls as part of an on-call rotation.

Belong is an Equal Opportunity Employer

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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