Bath Housing is seeking a Maintenance Technician. This position is a great opportunity for the right person to make a difference with both our organization and our residents. The Maintenance Technician will provide general maintenance services for buildings and grounds of an assigned portfolio of residential properties in Bath. This includes performing routine, emergency, and preventative maintenance services. This is a rotating on-call position after hours and weekends. Bath Housing takes great pride in providing a safe, affordable, and quality place for our residents to live; part of this is ensuring that the condition of our properties exceeds expectations and we are looking for someone who shares these values.
Ideal candidates will have experience in a similar role and be able to demonstrate a sense of pride in their work. The ability to work well with minimal supervision and a background working with diverse groups of people is essential. We are looking for someone motivated by a desire to render services to others and who is capable of exercising individual initiative. This is a 37.5 hour/week position. The hourly wage range is $14.23-$19.92, depending upon experience. A valid driver’s license is required.
Our staff is passionate about affordable housing and the positive impact it has on lives and communities. We care deeply about people – those who urgently need housing, those living in the homes we develop and manage, and our employees who work hard to support them. We take the professional development of our employees very seriously and place a high value on training.
Bath Housing offers excellent benefits including employer paid health, dental, 401(k) with immediate vested match, flexible spending and dependent care accounts, life insurance, income protection, paid holidays, generous earned time and wellness benefits.
Full job description is available upon request. Please submit an Employment Application to Lisa Boley at 80 Congress Avenue, Bath, Maine 04530 or . Bath Housing is an equal opportunity employer. This opportunity is covered under Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968.