Turn Your Handy Skills Into a Career in Maintenance
People with experience in skilled trades play a vital role in the success of any residential or commercial rental property. In fact, without these trained personnel on-site on a regular basis, such properties simply couldn’t function. However, even if you possess handy maintenance skills, you might not recognize the scope of your opportunities. You also might fail to recognize the importance of certain additional, non-technical skills. In a diverse organization like Lewis Group of Companies, you’ll have the chance to lend your skills and capitalize on free in-house training from the best trainers in the industry. Here are some of the key talents that will help you thrive and advance as a maintenance technician.
Join a Lewis Maintenance Team
Drywall Maintenance and Repair
Customer Service and Time Management
These two non-technical skills are also critical to a successful career in property maintenance. As on-site representatives, maintenance personnel often act as de facto representatives of Lewis. For this reason, they must know how to conduct themselves in a professional manner, even in trying circumstances. And as in any bustling workplace, effective time management is a must. That includes things such as proper scheduling, tracking of required tasks and an efficient work pace that doesn’t sacrifice quality.
Ready to begin? View the list of maintenance technician opportunities for at Lewis here.
David Draper is the Director of Talent Acquisition for the Lewis Group of Companies. David is proud to be a part of a successful, stable, and winning team dedicated to its projects, its people and its community. Follow David on Twitter @LewisRecruits.