ResProp Management's mission is to empower people to rise up and live abundantly. We combine a powerful online platform with high-autonomy teams building tech-enabled solutions to attack real economy sectors ripe for innovation. ResProp Management is the real estate private equity company within the Trustwork Nation. Our aim is to be the premier service to investors and owners of residential real estate. We have over $1 billion of assets, have consistently performed in the top service of all real estate private equity companies, and we were twice-named Fortune’s Top 100 Best Places to Work in the U.S. If you are a bold entrepreneur who gets excited about making a difference, keep reading.

At ResProp Management you will work with A-level talent to drive superior returns for our investors in a principled way. You will interface with our sister companies, InvestRes and Trustwork, to apply cutting-edge technology to our business that charts a new course in residential real estate. Come help us empower people to rise up and live abundantly.
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What you'll be doing:

  • Respond to and complete work orders in a timely manner
  • Ensure the property's appearance is excellent by picking up trash, replacing lightbulbs, painting and performing repairs
  • Provide excellent service when interacting with residents, guests, and vendors
  • Identify any issues regarding safety, hazardous conditions or maintenance needs in the property and correct them or report them to the Maintenance Supervisor
  • Prepare vacant units for move-in
  • Perform electrical and plumbing work as required
  • Close work orders in Yardi with notes
  • Deliver notices to residents and assist with other tasks as needed
  • Additional duties may apply

What you must have:

  • High school diploma or general education degree
  • At least 1 year of general maintenance/general repair experience, preferably in the apartment industry
  • Must have own tool kit
  • Must live within 30 minutes of property
  • Must be willing to work a varied schedule including weekends and holidays
  • Must have dependable transportation and be able to accommodate a rotating on-call schedule

What's Nice to Have:

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is preferred but not required 

What we provide:

  • Coaching and stretch assignments that will test your limits
  • Competitive salary and equity awards
  • Discounted rent at any properties owned by ResProp Management
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401(k) retirement plan

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