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MAINTENANCE MODERNIZATION COORDINATOR

HOUSING AUTHORITY CITY OF MADERA
MADERA, CA Full-time
Posted on September 18, 2019

HOUSING AUTHORITY

OF THE

CITY OF MADERA

Maintenance Modernization Coordinator

Monthly Salary $3981-$5081

At-Will/Exempt Position


Under the direction of the Executive Director, leads, perform administrative, supervisory, and manual tasks to assure proper operation and maintenance of grounds, facility, electrical, mechanical, and a wide variety of equipment in accordance with local, state and national building codes; coordinate custodial/maintenance services and activities. Conducts physical needs assessment of properties and dwellings to determine repair or replacement needs. Prepares for submittal: HUD-CFP documents, request for proposals, scope of work on all HACM related projects. Evaluates proposals and makes recommendations on course of actions. Please review complete job description and required application at www.maderaha.org & 205 N. G Street, Madera, CA. Filing Deadline 5:30 p.m., Thursday, October 17, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EOE
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