Maintenance Supervisor
Reverie at River Hollow Location: Houston, TX Type: Full Time
Job Description

The following qualifications are necessary to be considered for the position of Maintenance Supervisor:

• Must be able to lift 80-100 lbs on a regular basis.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
• Must be available for night/weekend call duty.
Must have the knowledge and ability to perform the following duties:

• Plumbing repairs
• Repair/replace locks, smoke alarms
• Replace screens
• Appliance repair
• Electrical repairs
• Roofing inspection/minor roof repair

In addition to the skills listed above, the Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for seeing the Assistant Maintenance's job is completely correctly and in a timely manner. The Maintenance Supervisor must be capable of completing or administering the following job functions. (The Maintenance Supervisor may need to handle some of the duties personally, but may also assign the duties to Assistant Maintenance or Porter for completion, in coordination with the Property Manager).

• Assure resident requested service orders are completed on a timely basis.
• Assure all assigned maintenance work on vacant apartments is completed with the MFI standard of 7 days or 5 business days.
• Comply with all OSHA regulations and any applicable laws in your area regarding health, safety, or environment.
• Order maintenance supplies with approval from Property Manager using the purchase order system.
• The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for training newly hired Assistant Maintenance and/or Porters on the following:
• Fair housing training
• Preventative maintenance
• Turn quality
• Status boards
• Ensure building lights and timers are working properly.
• Install new appliances as necessary.
• Assist Property Manager /office personnel as needed in emergency situations.
• Consult with Property Manager on major repairs, capital improvements, replacements and/or contracts.
• Attend meetings and seminars as requested by Property Manager or Vice President of Property Management.

Other responsibilities of the Maintenance Supervisor include the following:

Key Control

• Maintaining key logs on a daily, as needed, basis
• Controlling keys given to contractors
• Changing locks on vacant units according to MFI policy

Staff Management and Personnel Issues

• Scheduling of Assistant Maintenance and/or Porter (in coordination with the Property
• Manager)
• Conduct 90 day and annual performance reviews for all service personnel.
• Control and monitor overtime
• Assist in recruitment/interview process
• Assist in education and motivation
• Assist in preparation of monthly staff meetings
• Address property liability concerns with Property Manager
• Reduce turnover
• Recommend Capital Improvements

Vendor Management

• Maintaining vendor files, associated bids, work orders and related correspondence
• Obtain and maintain current liability insurance certificates for all current and new vendors
• Ensure quality workmanship and competitive pricing for all vendors and contractors.