• Property Maintenance Coordinator

    The Property Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the maintenance of facilities and residences of The Dwelling Place. This includes coordinating or performing preventative care, standard maintenance repairs, and overseeing projects for our multiple properties. 

    • Help create and maintain a safe and pleasing atmosphere for our residents
    • Coordinate and /or perform general maintenance and simple repair of residential properties and facilities
    • Ensure compliance with city building codes and ordinances for the properties
    • Be the primary contact for housing inspections
    • Be able to proactively identify maintenance and repair needs
    • Be the primary contact for staff regarding maintenance needs
    • Be the primary contact for contractors and hold them accountable to service agreements
    • Be able to program, operate and teach staff and troubleshoot the operation of the security systems
    • Responsible for maintaining external property appearance including lawn/snow removal
    • Make recommendations on vendors and facility expenditures
    • Lead volunteers in maintenance and repair projects
    • Communicate with major building project leaders and staff on project updates, statuses and needs
    • Keep an accurate and thorough record of ongoing and completed maintenance and repairs
    • Ensure all maintenance equipment is clean, organized and in good working order
    • Have operational knowledge and safety practices for common power and hand tools
    • Teach operation and maintenance of common household major appliances
    • Assist with resident move-ins and move-outs and preparing facilities for new residents.
    • Assist in inventory tracking
    • Keep exterior and common areas safe, neat and clean
    • Ensure a female is present whenever males working in resident occupied areas
    • Be available to triage rare on-call emergency repairs

    • Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent
    • Be able to work independently and manage time efficiently
    • Be able to clearly and thoroughly communicate with staff and vendors
    • Have the ability to foresee needed maintenance and repair tasks’
    • Have general mathematics knowledge for calculating measurements and evaluating contractor costs
    • 3-5 years’ general knowledge and/or experience in residential facilities management.
    • Be able to perform maintenance tasks with experience in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC and construction knowledge a plus
    • Knowledge and/or experience in general lawn care
    • Be able to perform the physical requirements for the position which include being able to communicate, sit, stand, reach, bend, twist, kneel, crawl, climb ladders and lift and move 50 pounds
    • Ability to use Microsoft products and electronic communication outlets
    • Ability to conduct warm and welcoming interfaces internally and externally
    • Strong personal faith in Christ and a passion for serving families impacted by domestic violence
    • Have reliable transportation for traveling between properties and obtaining supplies and materials
    • Be able to pass a background check and have a clean drug screen
    • Female candidates will have a strong preference because of the sensitive nature of working in the homes of women who have experienced the trauma of domestic violence

    CLASSIFICATION: Non-exempt, 32 hours per week with benefits

    REPORTS TO: Office Manager If interested, please send a cover letter, your faith story and your resume to officemanager@tdpmn.org

    Salary range is $21.65-$24 per hour with benefits. 

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