Job: Maintenance Technician

Title Maintenance Technician
Categories Dallas, Texas
Location Prosper, TX
Job Information

CCMC currently has a full-time Maintenance Technician position at Windsong Ranch in Prosper, TX. 

 

The Maintenance Technician will report to the Community Manager and be responsible to   assist in building and grounds maintenance of Association-owned property including, but not limited to: recreational facilities, community centers, parks and play areas, common grounds and easements, signage, perimeter walls, wells, lakes, pools and monuments. The position also entails performing light maintenance work to include lighting checks, bulb, and ballast replacements; perform room setups and breakdowns; maintenance of doors and locks; prep work and painting; minor carpentry repairs, plumbing maintenance and minor HVAC repairs; and any additional duties or job functions that may be required or deemed necessary by the Maintenance Supervisor and Community Manager.

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated and observant, and will detect maintenance needs throughout the property and rectify concerns; will be able to communicate with supervisors, residents and peers; will have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; will follow instructions and schedules as designated; and will be dependable, solution-oriented and professional in appearance.

Must be able to work both indoors and outdoors in various weather conditions, perform physical labor, lift up to 75 pounds and work nights and weekends and on call when required.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience in a related maintenance field, be CPO certified and have electrical, plumbing, general maintenance, and entry level computer skills including Microsoft Office and Outlook.

Developed by Tellus Group, Windsong Ranch is 2,030 acres and will include 2,900 single-family homes, 300 townhomes, 600 acres of open space, trails, three schools, a neighborhood café, a full-scale amenity center and outdoor classrooms where people can learn from nature.

If you are interested, please email Matt Skipper at mskipper@ccmcnet.com.

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