ABOUT DURHAM REGION NON-PROFIT HOUSING CORPORATION:
Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation (DRNPHC) is a social and affordable housing provider in the Region of Durham providing homes to tenants with low and moderate-incomes in approximately 1200 affordable rental units throughout 19 residential properties. Our portfolio includes multiple high-rise and low-rise apartments and townhouse complexes throughout the Region.
Seeking a building Relief Superintendent for our properties in Block 1:
Bowmanville Heights, 41 Freeland Ave., Bowmanville, Ontario, 66 units
Ormand Place, 240 Ormond Dr., Oshawa, Ontario, 44 units
$6,000 rate as of January 1, 2019
3 nights per week from 6 pm to 6 am, some weekends and up to 15 days of superintendent vacation coverage
Unionized position - CUPE 1764-03, Block 1, reports to the Property Manager
2-bedroom rental unit provided
Includes vacation, benefits + pension
The Relief Building Superintendent should possess the knowledge and ability to perform janitorial and building maintenance and repairs based on experience in various building trades such as mechanical, electrical, plumbing, painting and/or carpentry. This role also provides support to tenants and performs related work as required.
The successful candidate must have knowledge, experience and be comfortable working with building machinery/equipment such as emergency generators, heating/boiler systems, makeup air units, circulating pumps, etc. Experience in a similar role is required, as well as effective communication and interpersonal skills. Respect for confidentiality is a must as well as professional conduct and safe working practices.
The successful candidate must provide a satisfactory police clearance/vulnerable sector check; have a reliable vehicle, valid G class driver’s license and insurance.
As an employer, Durham Region Non-Profit Housing Corporation is committed to build an organization that reflects the diversity of our tenants and communities we serve. We encourage applications from qualified individuals who represent diverse communities.
Accommodation for a disability will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Applicants are required to make any accommodation requests for the application, interview or selection process known in advance by contacting the Human Resources Executive Assistant (), who will work together with the hiring committee to arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation for the interview or selection process which will enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.
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