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We employ people that believe in The Resurrection Project’s mission, and offer opportunities for personal growth. We have achieved our success because of the people we employ.

The Resurrection Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation (including gender identity), military status, disability, language (any language use not related to job duties), or any other status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

If you are interested in applying for a position, please send us your resume and cover letter by e-mail at [email protected]

Please send all resumes and cover letters to the attention of our Human Resources Department. We kindly request no phone calls please.

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09/28/2022

Desktop Support Specialist

09/28/2022

The Desktop Support Specialist responsibilities include supporting all company staff and ensuring the efficient use of company resources. The Desktop Support Specialist reports to the IT Manager and works closely with other team members to address the needs of staff. One of the main Desktop Support Specialist’s goals is to facilitate, communicate and apply the collective know-how of all members of the organization to advance and replicate the Mission through the practical and strategic use of the TRP integrated technology system. In addition, The Desktop Support Specialist should be able to multitask on a variety of Infrastructure projects when requested. They must work well independently and in a team setting. As well as be familiar with networking practices. They should also have a good understanding of vendor relations.

General Job Description

The Desktop Support Specialist responsibilities include supporting all company staff and ensuring the efficient use of company resources. The Desktop Support Specialist reports to the IT Manager and works closely with other team members to address the needs of staff. One of the main Desktop Support Specialist’s goals is to facilitate, communicate and apply the collective know-how of all members of the organization to advance and replicate the Mission through the practical and strategic use of the TRP integrated technology system. In addition, The Desktop Support Specialist should be able to multitask on a variety of Infrastructure projects when requested. They must work well independently and in a team setting. As well as be familiar with networking practices. They should also have a good understanding of vendor relations.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

• Provide technical support on site and remotely to all TRP users
• Analyze the needs of different departments and determine ways to meet business objectives by modifying existing or developing new systems and procedures
• Must be self-proficient and be able to time manage well
• Maintain and keep up to date the TRP IT inventory
• Protect the company and its operations against IT risks, including unauthorized access to information and data integrity
• Assist with the planning and implementation of IT departmental goals.
• Meet professional development goals.
• Install, modify, and repair computer hardware and software
• Run diagnostic programs to resolve problems.
• Clean up and refurbish computers
• Run reports to determine malfunctions that continue to occur
• Manage Internal service desk tickets system in a timely manner
• Actively update, maintain and monitor all aspects of computer networks
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Essential Knowledge and Skills

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or 3 years in related field required.

Candidates must have:

• IT experience in Active Directory and Microsoft Office 365
• Microsoft Certified Systems preferred
• Basic knowledge of VoIP Phone Systems
• Basic knowledge of Printer troubleshooting
• IT inventory knowledge
• Strong documentation skills
• Proficiency with a MAC and IOS computers
• Strong problem solving and communication skills
• Keep detailed notes on service requests
• Ability to diagnose and resolve basic computer technical issues
• Adhere to highest ethical standards.
• Bilingual (English/ Spanish)

 

The Resurrection Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, national origin, gender, or disability.

Please send resume and cover letter by email, mail, or fax. No phone calls please.
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 312-942-1123
Mail: Human Resources, 1805 S Paulina, Chicago, IL 60608

09/28/2022
09/28/2022

Compliance Analyst

09/28/2022

The immediate objective of the Compliance Analyst is to ensure various compliance requirements are met for TRP managed properties.  The Compliance Analyst is primarily responsible for assuring that tenant files are in compliance with Federal, state, and local laws.   Position will work closely with Real Estate Assets and Services staff to accomplish identified organizational goals.

Position Title

Compliance Analyst

Supervisory Relationship

Director of Asset Management

Organization General Description

The Resurrection Project (TRP) has grown to become a powerful and effective social enterprise that seamlessly blends community development, community organizing, and advocacy with human service delivery to create vibrant, healthier, and involved communities. TRP, started with an initial seed capital of $30,000, and its efforts have leveraged over $600 million in community investment.

The organization’s entrepreneurial spirit has transformed its success into a model that strengthens the social fabric of troubled neighborhoods'. TRP’s model includes three-pillars:

  • Community Ownership: Provide tools and skills for self-advocacy.
  • Community Wealth: Enable financial stability to induce economic mobility.
  • Stewardship of Community Assets: Build and preserve assets to revitalize neighborhoods.

The primary focus of the Asset Management division is to manage budgetary and compliance reporting of TRP owned, residential, commercial and community properties.

Division Purpose

The purpose of the Asset Management division is to safeguard the value of TRP’s owned real estate by analyzing the financial and operational performance of the portfolio to ensure long-term viability.

Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Oversee that all lease renewal/recertification processes are followed within the compliance requirements.
  • Review and approve initial move files for all TRP affordable housing properties before lease execution and all required recertifications following affordable housing rules based on property program requirements.
  • Monthly file audits and reporting of audit findings/discrepancies.
  • In partnership with Real Estate Assets and Services Team, prepared all relevant tenant file audits (MOR, Desk review, of Financial).
  • Liaison between the Director of Asset Management and VP of Real Estate Assets and Services, preparing for City/State/Federal/Investors audits and gathering documents for compliance reporting from Property Management.
  • Develop and maintain working knowledge of Chicago Landlord Tenant Ordinance, Fair Housing law, and regulatory agreements with financial supporters, including but not limited to, programs with the City of Chicago Department of Housing, Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA), Housing Urban Development Authority (HUD), Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), Chicago Low Income Housing Trust Fund (CLIHTF), Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC)s, financial institutions, and other sources of renter subsidies and affordable rental financing.
  • Take on special projects as it relates to Compliance and Asset Management.
  • Analyze Yardi data/information as it relates to Compliance and Asset Management.
  • Update forms and/or procedures where needed or offer suggestions to expedite processes and/or procedures.
  • Ensure adherence with Fair Housing Laws, City of Chicago Resident Landlord Ordinance (RLTO), and any other applicable state and local ordinances or laws.
  • Ensure reports are completed and submitted on time.
  • Attend inspections when necessary to assist Compliance and Asset Management.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Performance Measures

  • Timely and quality production of compliance reports.
  • Timely follow-up with the REAS team and accurate tracking of all communication.
  • Professional written and verbal communication with internal and external parties.
  • Effective, accurate and consistent execution of day-to-day responsibilities.
  • Effective, strategic development of relationships with member institutions, peers, leaders, and partners.
  • Active participation in required staff meetings and programs.
  • Current Illinois Leasing License and/or the ability to obtain within 3 months of employment as requested.
  • Must have or be able to obtain certifications of Certified Occupancy Specialist/Tax Credit Specialist or Blended Occupancy Specialist.
  • Ability to multitask and work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Must have working knowledge of LIHTC guidelines and/or Tax Credit Specialist (TCS) certification designation.
  • Public Housing rental housing guideline knowledge or the ability to obtain the RIM Public Housing Rent Calculation designation within 6 months of employment.
  • Attendance of the CHA Yardi training and passing the exam ensuring for the issuance of a Yardi password.
  • Proficient knowledge of MS Office, MS Excel and Internet required.
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills; demonstrated public presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and work effectively with people of diverse social, faith, economic and racial/ethnic backgrounds.
  • Highly motivated and demonstrated ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Bilingual preferred.
  • Strong attention to detail.

Special Working Conditions and Demands

  1. Willingness to work flexible hours as needed; evenings and weekends required.
  2. Access to a car, valid driver’s license, and ability to travel within the metropolitan area and sometimes out of state.
  3. Must be able to visit construction work sites/hard hat areas, including walking and maneuvering on uncompleted floor surfaces, among construction materials and debris, and climbing stairs and ladders.
  4. Maintain required job skills and all professional competencies.  Attend and participate in required educational programs and staff meetings.
  5. Cultivate, manage, and expand relationships with TRP member institutions, leaders, and partners to promote TRP’s rental goals and organizational mission.
  6. Perform other duties and projects as assigned.

Position Classification

Full-Time, Exempt

Statement of Equal Opportunity

The Resurrection Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, or disability.

To Apply

Please send resume and cover letter by email. No phone calls please.

Contact Information

Email: [email protected]

Mail: Human Resources, 1805 S. Paulina, Chicago, IL 60608

Economic Mobility Financial Coach

09/28/2022

TRP Lending,LLC and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) are seeking a full-time AmeriCorps member to serve as a Financial Coach. We are recruiting a full-time AmeriCorps member to be a part of our team for 12 months.

TRP Lending,LLC and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) are seeking a full-time AmeriCorps member to serve as a Financial Coach. We are recruiting a full-time AmeriCorps member to be a part of our team for 12 months. The position will remain open until filled. The exact start and end date of the contract position is confirmed by the Member Agreement of Participation that will require signature prior to the start of service. This is an AmeriCorps position and the individual selected to serve is not considered to be an employee of TRP Lending LLC or LISC.

What We Do

TRP Lending is a certified Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) founded by parent organization The ResurrectionProject (TRP) in 2016. TRP is a 31-year-old social impact organization that blends community development, community organizing, and advocacy with human service delivery to create vibrant, healthier, and involved communities. Our efforts have resulted in leveraging more than $500 million in community investment. This AmeriCorps Financial Coach position is a member of TRP’s Full Circle Homes team which helps place individuals and families on the path of financial stability through financial coaching, homeownership education, foreclosure prevention, and access to affordable and appropriate financial products.

Your Role and Responsibility as an Americorps Member

This is an AmeriCorps position and as such, the member may not engage in prohibited activities aspart of his/her/their service. The member will have an immediate supervisor at TRP Lending,LLC and a LISC point of contact throughout the term of service for coaching, mentoring, and training support in order to undertake activities to achieve a community goal.

The member is expected to undertake the following activities toward goal achievement:

  • Establish seamless working relationships with identified community partners.
  • Assist and conduct one-on-one and group coaching sessions to explain the Financial Empowerment & TRP Lending Services. May be conducted in-person and/orvirtually.
  • Establish a solid follow up process with members to review financial goals and coaching topics.
  • Conduct community outreach and recruitment of new clients to TRP Lending’s financial and housing counseling services and educationalworkshops.
  • Assist with the development and execution of marketing strategies to promote client participation in homeownership and financial counseling and financial/housing education programs offered by TRP Lending.
  • Represent TRP in community events that focus on financial education.
  • Provide clients with information on different financial products andservices
  • No more than 10% of a person's time will be spent on performing administrative duties that support other staff at the TRP Lending including: Coordinating client meetings; preparing presentations; conducting research; reviewing training and outreach materials; reviewing applications for programs and services; developing materials that support TRP Lending's financial counseling and outreachactivities.

 

In performing these activities, TRP Lending,LLC and LISC AmeriCorps anticipate that the person in this position will achieve the following goal(s):

  • Provide 100 clients with financial coaching services where 70 clients will indicate improved financial literacy or financial position as a result of the aforementionedactivities
  • Assist 240 prospective and current homeowners with one-on-one counseling, homeowner support services, and/or group homebuyer education.

In order tomeet the goal(s), the successful candidate will be provided with a work-plan at the onset of service and training needed to achieve the goal(s). Progress toward goal attainment will be measured monthly through an on-line system and training will be provided.

Other Service Requirements

Members are required to track time and submit on-line timesheets twice per month. They are also required to submit a monthly report through the same system (training will be provided). The person selected for this position will perform his/her/their day-to-dayservice at the partner site and serve on average 35-40 hours per week. Normal service hours are Monday Friday from 9:00 am 5:00 pm with one hour for lunch per day. It is expected that the person will be flexible as oftentimes service requires some evenings and weekends.

Members are expected to attend and participate in all LISC AmeriCorps sponsored activities including but not limited to:

  • Attending onboarding sessions coordinated byLISC
  • Attending all LISC sponsored trainings and monthly meetings
  • Actively participating in at least two team coordinated service projects (one for Dr. Martin LutherKing, Jr. Day of Service and one for National AmeriCorpsWeek)

Skills Needed

  • Desire and ability to work with a diverse group of people, particularly those living inlow-income distressedneighborhoods
  • Ability to work independently and in a teamenvironment
  • Willingness to learn and serve others
  • Strong organizational, writing, and oral communications skills; and possess a high attention todetail
  • Familiarity with community development, financial services, banking/lending terminology including understanding financial planningbasics
  • Have an interest in finance and/or financialeducation
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule (some night and weekends may berequired)
  • Bilingual in English andSpanish
  • Demonstrated public presentationskills
  • Knowledge of MS Office, Internet, and CRM softwarepreferred

Program Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible to participate as a LISC AmeriCorps member the candidate: (1) must not have previously resigned from a LISC AmeriCorps position; (2) be able to earn at least 74% of the education award for this position; and (3) if having previously served, been exited with satisfactory service from a prior term.

The candidate will also need to meet all AmeriCorps eligibility requirements including but not limited to:

  • Be at least 17 years of age (there is no upper agelimit)
  • Possess unexpired proof of status as a US citizen or possess unexpired permanent resident status and be able to provide documentation as determined by AmeriCorps during the pre-enrollmentperiod
  • Meet the National Service Criminal History Check Requirement notedbelow

National Service Criminal History Check Requirement

If a candidate has a criminal record, it does not necessarily make him/her/them ineligible for service. LISC does not disclose any results with the host site and will discuss any eligibility concerns that may arise directly with the candidate as per LISC’s policy.

Candidates being offered and accepting this AmeriCorps position must consent to a search of the National Sex Offender Public Website, State Level Criminal History Search, and an FBIsearch. LISC should receive the results from all checks at least one week priorto the first day of proposed service. The person must be cleared for service by LISC prior to the first day of service.

A candidate may not be considered eligible for servicein instances where he/she/they: (1) are subject to registry on the National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW); and/or (2) has been convicted of murder; and/or (3) has a non-resolved/non-adjudicated criminal offense.

Program Benefits

Upon successful completion of the full term of service, the member will be eligible for a $6,345 education award to pay off existing, eligible student loans or return to school. Members are eligible to place qualifying, existing student loans (not in default) into AmeriCorpsforbearance. The position pays a total stipend of$20,000. The stipend is taxable and paid in 24 equal checks twice a month from LISC. Direct deposit is required. A health care benefit is available for the participant only. For members with children underthe age of 13, there is a childcaresubsidy benefit available which is dependent on the participant meeting all eligibility requirements (This benefit is administered by a contracted provider via the AmeriCorps Agency).

Additional benefits for alums can be found here:https://www.nationalservice.gov/special-initiatives/employers-national-service/alumni  and information on Public Service Loan Forgiveness can be found here: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service.

How to Apply

Candidates should send a resume and cover letter via email to Lorena Pulido at [email protected]. The subject line should read Economic Mobility Corps.

The candidate selected for this position will complete an account set up and on-line application via the My AmeriCorps Portal located here: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/login.do  as well as intake forms via a secure
system.

LISC AmeriCorps and TRP Lending,LLC are committed to diversity and inclusion in the selection process.

 

LISC AmeriCorps is available to everyone eligible to serve.

We treat all persons without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender,

sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status,

age, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information,

or any other characteristic or status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

Construction Specialist

09/28/2022

The Construction Specialist (CS) will manage, coordinate and supervise the construction activities of any real estate development project in construction phase from planning stage through final construction completion.

Position Title

Construction Specialist

Reports To

Director of Real Estate Development (DRED)

Organization General Description

The Resurrection Project (TRP) has grown to become a powerful and effective social enterprise that seamlessly blends community development, community organizing, and advocacy with human service delivery to create vibrant, healthier, and involved communities. TRP, started with an initial seed capital of $30,000, and its efforts have leveraged over $600 million in community investment.
The organization’s entrepreneurial spirit has transformed its success into a model that strengthens the social fabric of troubled neighborhoods'. TRP’s model includes three-pillars:
• Community Ownership: Provide tools and skills for self-advocacy.
• Community Wealth: Enable financial stability to induce economic mobility.
• Stewardship of Community Assets: Build and preserve assets to revitalize neighborhoods.

Division Purpose

The Real Estate Development division, one of three branches of Stewardship of Community Assets, manages TRP’s real estate development functions. This includes the acquisition of vacant parcels/lots and existing properties, the planning of rehabilitation and new construction projects, and the procurement of the public and private funding necessary for such projects. The Real Estate Development division supports TRP’s mission by developing affordable housing opportunities and community assets. Development projects include, but are not limited to, the new construction and rehabilitation of multifamily buildings, mixed use buildings, 2- and 3- flats, single family homes, and community commercial uses such as day cares and other community facilities.

General Job Description

The Construction Specialist (CS) will manage, coordinate and supervise the construction activities of any real estate development project in construction phase from planning stage through final construction completion.
The CS will be responsible for site investigation and inspections, advising on and creating scopes of work, bid solicitations, contractor vetting, coordinating and managing construction budgets, ensuring adherence to construction schedules, quality assurance and control, adherence to funding / program requirements (City of Chicago / CHA / IHDA architectural and design requirements, city residency, Section 3, MBE and WBE, Davis Bacon, among others), and the safety of employees and general public. The CS will act as the Owner’s representative every time that he/she is at a construction site.
Lastly, the CS is also responsible for working with other TRP divisions, including but not limited to Real Estate Assets and Services, Community Ownership, Marketing, Finance and Accounting, and Operations, and must maintain leadership to further the overall mission of The Resurrection Project.

Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities

  • Advise Real Estate development staff, in conjunction with the architect, engineers and contractors, on project design and development including scope, subcontractor selection, cost estimation, installation, and project scheduling
  • Analyze and provide recommendations for construction materials, systems, and products to ensure long term project feasibility while being consistent with TRP’s goals
  • Develop scopes of work for rehab projects
  • Develop and maintain construction budget, schedule and field reports for each project under construction
  • Provide on-site management of construction project
  • Attend and participate in Owner-Architect-Contractor (OAC) meetings and pencil draw meetings for projects under construction
  • Track and control construction costs to avoid budget overruns
  • Direct and monitor progress of construction activities by working with construction superintendents, quality and safety personnel, and others
  • Verify all necessary permits and licenses which should be in place prior to start of construction
  • Monitor compliance with building and safety codes and other regulations
  • Prepare necessary documentation and process to carry out bidding of any construction project by at least three general contractors
  • Be responsible for a controlled transfer of the project from pre-development to construction to turnover and operations of properties
  • Negotiate contracts with contractors and subcontractor
  • Consult with potential and current general contractors to analyze construction needs, estimates, bids and costs
  • Manage selected general contractor to ensure quality control and project delivery on time and within budget, while not only meeting but exceeding client expectations
  • Manage project expenditures and job cost: including accuracy, documentation, approvals, payment reporting, and tracking
  • Manage relationships with architect, general contractor and other real estate development professionals as needed
  • Develop and maintain an accurate and complete project filing system to document architectural plans, building maintenance manuals / construction close out binders, costs and expenses, correspondences and achievement of milestones
  • Provide ongoing project status updates and reports throughout construction
  • Ensure compliance with company, industry, trade, and jurisdictional safety standards, practices and applicable codes
  • Ensure compliance with the requirements of City of Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development, City of Chicago’s Department of Housing, Illinois Housing Development Authority, Chicago Housing Authority, Housing and Urban Development and any other public entity as required
  • Ensure design compliance with the architectural and construction standards of the funding source for the project (CDBG, HOME, Section 811, etc.)
  • Ability to read, understand, and explain architectural and engineering drawings
  • Ability to effectively manage multiple projects and foster positive business relationships
  • Ability to be innovative and creative in challenging situations
  • Ability to adapt to changing demands and priorities
  • Maintain required job skills and core professional competencies
  • Attend and participate in required organizational programs and staff meetings
  • Other duties as assigned by the director of Real Estate Development and Chief Real Estate Development Officer

Performance Measures

  • Timely, quality production of construction and financial status reports
  • Achievement of annual goals
  • Effective preparation for and participation in required meetings and events
  • Effective, consistent execution of day-to-day responsibilities
  • Effective, strategic development of relationships with peers, leaders and partners
  • Effective coordination with other department members to achieve organizational goals
  • Accurate and effective communication with TRP staff, partners, and clients

Essential Knowledge and Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Architecture or Construction Management or related fields (Master’s degree preferred)
  • Minimum of 5 years in related work experience or project management positions with responsibility for projects over $5 millio
  • Construction experience with Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) funded affordable housing preferred.
  • Construction experience with multifamily rental housing strongly preferred.
  • Excellent problem solving, interpersonal written and oral communications, and demonstrated public presentation skill
  • Self-starter with strong organizational skills and the ability to work well with little supervision and in a collaborative work environment
  • Detail-oriented and self-motivated with ability to multi-task
  • Commitment to produce high-quality work
  • Experience in reading and assessing architectural drawings and specifications
  • Ability to work with consultants, local government, and other experts
  • Ability to make quick, economical, and efficient decisions
  • Ability to build relationships and work effectively with people of diverse social, faith, economic and racial/ethnic backgrounds
  • Proficient computer skills including MS Word, Excel, MS project and AutoCAD
  • Bilingual/Bicultural in English/Spanish preferred

Special Working Conditions and Demands

  • Ability to meet time restricted deadlines
  • Able to work early mornings, some evenings and weekends
  • Must have means of transportation to visit project sites on a daily basis, or as needed, with ability to travel within the metropolitan area
  • Ability to effectively function at construction work sites/hard hat areas, including walking and maneuvering on uncompleted floor surfaces, among construction materials and debris, and climbing stairs and ladders

Position Classification

Exempt

Statement of Equal Opportunity

The Resurrection Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation (including gender identity), military status, disability, or language (any language use not related to job duties). In addition to federal law requirements, The Resurrection Project complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and a resume to
[email protected]

Facilities Service Technician

09/28/2022

The Resurrection Project has an immediate need for Facilities Service Technicians located at our Pilsen, Little Village and Melrose Park properties. The Service Technician will assist in day-to-day maintenance operations and complete general maintenance work orders, service requests and execute vacant apartment “Turns” or “Make-Readies” as assigned by the Facilities Department’s Superintendent, Manager, and Supervisor so as to maintain the exterior and interior of TRP’s commercial and residential buildings.

Position Title

Facilities Service Technician

Supervisory Relationship

Facilities Manager

Organization General Description

The Resurrection Project (TRP) has grown to become a powerful and effective social enterprise that seamlessly blends community development, community organizing, and advocacy with human service delivery to create vibrant, healthier, and involved communities. TRP, started with an initial seed capital of $30,000, and its efforts have leveraged over $600 million in community investment.

The organization’s entrepreneurial spirit has transformed its success into a model that strengthens the social fabric of troubled neighborhoods'. TRP’s model includes three-pillars:

  • Community Ownership: Provide tools and skills for self-advocacy.
  • Community Wealth: Enable financial stability to induce economic mobility.
  • Stewardship of Community Assets: Build and preserve assets to revitalize neighborhoods.

Division Purpose

The purpose of the Real Estate Assets and Services (REAS) division is the management of the social, fiscal, and physical aspects of the operation of TRP owned residential, commercial, and community properties.  The REAS division is comprised of teams in Property Management, Compliance, Maintenance, and Resident Services who work together to ensure our physical assets and tenants are cared for and supported.  In addition, this team works together and in alignment with TRP departments to learn in-depth the needs of the community in which they serve and the specific needs of the asset and tenant.

General Job Description

The Resurrection Project has an immediate need for Facilities, Service Technicians located at our Pilsen, Little Village and Melrose Park properties. The Service Technician will assist in day-to-day maintenance operations and complete general maintenance work orders, service requests and execute vacant apartment “Turns” or “Make-Readies” as assigned by the Facilities Department’s Superintendent, Manager, and Supervisor so as to maintain the exterior and interior of TRP’s commercial and residential buildings.

Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities

Perform general repair and maintenance such as, but not limited to the following:

·     Basic electrical repairs such as light bulb replacement, GFCI, toggle switch and outlet replacements.

·     Basic plumbing repairs such as shower, toilet, faucet, vanity, drains, and sink fixture issues.

·     Basic carpentry repairs such as doors, door jambs, locks, cabinets, countertops, window sash, windowsills, and window screen repairs or replacements.

·     Participates in vacant unit turn-over process which is our “Make-Ready” program to help ensure that vacant apartments are quickly assessed, assigned, and made ready for new prospect/resident move in.

·     Visually inspect buildings and grounds during daily work and report anything in need of repair, replacement, or extra ordinary circumstances regarding the properties or its occupants to the Facilities Superintendent, Facilities Manager and/or Facilities Supervisor.

·     Maintains assigned buildings neat and organized by routinely performing exterior and interior grounds and basic cleaning of common areas inside and out by sweeping, dusting, vacuuming, and wiping down of hard surfaces.

·     Removes garbage from all trash cans and waste baskets. Garbage cans, dumpsters, chute-rooms, and surrounding areas must be kept up and free of trash and debris.

·     Responds to TRP staff, partners, department heads, apartment residents and commercial tenants in a professional, courteous, and timely manner.

·     Abides by our computerized, Yardi, maintenance work-order program when completing work-orders and service requests. Providing detailed information on services performed and parts utilized to execute and satisfy said services.

·     Treats all tenants, occupants, residents, and fellow employees with the highest level of concern, care, and respect.

·     Assists in maintaining inventory of supplies and equipment owned by The Resurrection Project in addition to shop-stock items.

·     Keeps work area clean and ensures tools and equipment are in good working condition.

·     Maintains safe working conditions for fellow employees, tenants, occupants, and residents.

·     Performs duties according to Occupations Safety & Health Act (OSHA) standards.

·     Actively seeks opportunities to increase skills and expand knowledge base.

·     Participates in on-going training and education as assigned by Facilities Superintendent and Facilities Manager.

·     Wears TRP provided uniforms, shirts, pants, and always maintains a professional appearance.

·     Assists with maintenance emergencies when necessary, such as emergency floods, snow removal, and after-hours duty/on-call schedules.

·     Maintains regular and consistent attendance and punctuality to ensure all essential duties are fulfilled to satisfactory level.

·     Performs other duties as assigned by Facilities Leadership.

Essential Knowledge and Skills

·     High school diploma or GED and one year certification from a college or technical/vocational trade- school program in a related field.

·     Alternatively, to the above, 3 years equivalent in Facilities-Maintenance field.

·     Experience in the multi-family, hospitality and/or facilities-maintenance field.

·     Familiarity with standard equipment, tools, and basic knowledge of maintenance repair tasks.

·     Thorough and attentive to directives and guidance provided by immediate supervision.

·     Ability to read and interpret documents in English, such as work-orders/service-request, safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.

·     Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred.

·     Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, Building Automation Systems/Controls, Internet, and Email.

·     Must be highly motivated and demonstrates and ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

·     Ability to build relationships and work effectively with people of diverse social, faith, economic, and racial/ethnic backgrounds.

·    Access to a motor vehicle, valid driver’s license, with proof of insurance, and ability to travel within the TRP portfolio.

Special Working Conditions and Demands

·     Must be able to climb step and extension ladders.

·     Subject to indoor/outdoor noise, vibration, weather, and other environmental conditions.

·     Lifting, carrying weights of 50 lbs., climbing, standing, crawling/kneeling, and repetitive motions.

·     Must comply with safety protocols and wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including safety glasses, face mask, mouth and nose covering, gloves, and back support as needed.

·     Lack of heating, reduced ventilation, lack of air conditioning, odors, noise, animals, heights, infectious diseases, irregular hours due to work conditions & exposure to inclement weather.

Position Classification & Salary

Full-Time. Hourly, commensurate with experience.

Statement of Equal Opportunity

The Resurrection Project is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation (including gender identity), military status, disability, or language (any language use not related to job duties). In addition to federal law requirements, The Resurrection Project complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

To Apply

Interested parties should send a cover letter and resume to [email protected].  No phone calls please.