Community: The Bluffs of Flagstaff (TBOF)
Address: 3100 E.Butler Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

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Add some Passion to your career!

There’s a reason you chose serving others as your life’s work. At Civitas Senior Living, we are proud to empower passionate people to serve others. If you excel at working tirelessly to improve the lives of others, then you will want to join our team as Maintenance Assistant!

Maintenance Assistant Job Profile

As Maintenance Assistant, you will assist the Maintenance Director with maintaining and restoring the community’s equipment, structure, operating systems, grounds, while they take pride in providing friendly and passionate services for our residents. Your primary responsibilities will be:

  • Performing daily walkthrough of the facility, addressing any malfunctions for prompt repair
  • Ensuring prompt skilled attention to maintenance problems and assigned service requests
  • Troubleshooting numerous pieces of equipment as needed
  • Assisting in maintaining expenses for parts and reviewing all costs with Maintenance Director before making purchases
  • Assisting with coordinating preventative maintenance based on specific schedule
  • Assisting with maintaining important records, data, and paperwork
  • Providing amazing customer service daily
  • Performing other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Director.

Maintenance Assistant Job Requirements

  • At least 1 year of experience as Maintenance Tech, preferably in an apartment or multifamily capacity.
  • Ability to lift a maximum of 50 lbs
  • Capability of using various chemicals safely
  • Ability to move quickly, safely, and remain calm in case of an emergency
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time

Benefits of working at a Civitas Senior Living community:

  • Full Health, Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D, Retirement Plan, Paid Time Off, & More!
  • Tuition Reimbursement & Career Advancement Opportunities
  • Employee Referral Incentives
  • Consistent Schedules with Flexible Time-Off Options

Did you know?

Civitas Senior Living is a Certified™ Great Place to Work! 90% of our employees say that their work has special meaning and that it is not “just a job”.

Our Mission Statement:

Passionate Service. Passionate Cleanliness. Passionate Care.

 

*As a condition of employment at a Civitas Senior Living community, all new hires will be asked to complete a screening process as required by state regulations. All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of this process. Residency within the State that this Community/Location operates in is a condition of employment.

 

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