Pangea Real Estate Maintenance Punch in Chicago, Illinois
Pangea Properties is a privately held real estate investment trust (REIT) headquartered in Chicago. We specialize in the acquisition and renovation of distressed multifamily properties in lower-middle-income, underserved communities, where quality, affordable housing options are virtually nonexistent. Founded in 2008, our mission is to be a model leader in our space who provides superior value, service and care to our residents and acts as a catalyst for change in the neighborhoods we serve. As a vertically integrated firm, we lead with operations but take a hands-on approach to real estate investment and property management, accomplishing our mission by incorporating data and technology with hyperlocal customer service to all units. In the past 12 years, our portfolio has grown to over 13,000 apartment units owned and operated in Chicago, Indianapolis, and Baltimore, and we continue to expand. We are proud to have been named a Chicago Tribune “Top Workplace” for the past six years.
Learn more about Pangea Properties here (https://www.pangeaproperties.com/) .
Pangea Properties is searching for a talented, ambitious, self-directed maintenance professional with strong customer service and problem solving skills. A successful candidate will be motivated and excited to work at a fast-growing company with room for growth.
The maintenance technician will be assigned to maintenance and unit turnover duties for properties in south side, east side of Chicago.
Responsibilities include but are NOT limited to:
Paint, clean, and perform basic repairs to the unit after moving out to prepare it for the next resident.
Maintain high quality of work
Do trash outs as necessary
Assist with snow removal in the winter
Take pictures of the unit before turning it and upload them to WOs.
Perform basic carpentry work such as repairs to walls, doors, windows, locks, trims, ceramic, and hardwood floors.
Replace damaged drywall, tape, paint, and more basic repairs in occupied apartments.
Solve minor electrical problems, such as faulty light fixtures, ceiling fans, light switches, dead light bulbs, and wall sockets.
Fix simple plumbing problems, such as leaky faucets, or clogged sinks, tubs and toilets.
Must have own tools according to the "Minimum Tool Requirement " Form.
Access to reliable vehicle with valid driver’s license with insurance & cell phone
Honest and able to work in a self-directed, fast-paced environment with minimal oversight.
Must be flexible on hours and able to work overtime and weekends if necessary.
Use supplies in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Promote and add to a positive work environment
Must be able to stand, walk perform repetitive hand and wrist motions and forearm rotation constantly
Must be able to stoop/bend, squat and reach above shoulder frequently.
Must be able to twist/turn and push/pull occasionally.
Must be able to lift and carry 75 pounds frequently
Full health insurance package, including medical, dental, and vision
Long and short-term disability
401(k) retirement plan with matching
Three weeks’ vacation and five sick days per year
Employee referral payment program
Company cell phone