The Sanford Housing Authority is seeking a Full Time Property Maintenance Technician to help maintain our residential buildings along with the grounds on each property. This position is 40 hours per week and offers a competitive hourly wage and excellent benefit package. Responsibilities include maintenance and repair in all related trades to maintain building interiors and exteriors; assist maintenance personnel in unit turnover to restore apartments to like new condition performing minor repairs, cleaning and painting; outside ground maintenance such as mowing and raking lawns; snow removal during inclement weather such as shoveling, salting and sanding duties; be part of an emergency on-call rotation. Candidates must have and maintain a valid driver’s license along with reliable transportation.
Please email resumes along with completed job applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications may also be picked up at our office located at 17 School Street in Sanford.Job Application
The Housing Authority Board of Commissioners has two (2) Openings for board vacancies. The purpose and mission of the Housing Authority is to provide decent, safe and affordable housing to eligible low- income applicants within our jurisdiction. The role of the Board is to develop policy and monitor performance of all Federal and State housing programs. Commissioners are responsible for overseeing the operations, expenditures of federal monies and help direct the management of programs that benefit the community and to ensure the provision of quality services to the residents of our housing properties. We will provide training for new Commissioners. The meetings are monthly on the second Tuesday of the month at 4 PM.
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Our Maintenance Department has performed in excess of $5,000,000 in rehabilitation to our properties in the past ten years.