Resident Manager/Building Maintenace – Day shift Permanent role + Living accommodations
We are looking for an experienced jack of all trades for a Resident/Building Manager for a client located in London. This Property Management company is accomodating and passionate about helping others.
More than anything we’re looking for someone who is passionate about their work and is willing to be there for others to ensure management runs smoothly!
What’s in for you?
• $25-26k annual salary + 2 bedroom apartment in one of the units
• 9 am-5 pm day shift with on-call, rotating weekends off
• 3 weeks vacation
• Full Medical/dental benefit package
• Good team, collaborative management style
• Immediate start time available
What will you be doing?
– Responding to tenants issues in relation to their units
– Customer service with various management and tenants within the buildings
– Overall Management of 400+ units in an apartment complex
– Maintenance work including minor plumbing, electrical and physical work
– Any additional tasks as required
What is required?
– Criminal Background check required
– Experience working with groups or in customer service
– Experience with handyman tasks an asset
– Previous building management experience an asset
How to apply:
1) Respond directly to this job posting
2) Apply on www.randstad.ca
3) Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
4) Call 519-670-0058 ext 1
We are currently working from home, so please call the office and/or email us.
Please keep in mind we have a referral bonus program for anyone we find a placement for both permanent and temporary. Ranging from $50 to $500 depending on the candidate’s skill level.
All skilled trades referrals if placed permanently and complete the probation period we pay you up to $500 cash!
For a fast response, please apply directly online today. For further questions or to be updated about job opportunities that match your experience in the future, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to discuss further.
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