Every apartment community depends on its maintenance professionals.

As a maintenance technician, you’ll keep things running and help every resident in the community enjoy their homes.

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What do Maintenance Professionals Do?

You’ll prepare apartments for new residents, make repairs for people already living there, and perform upkeep to make the community the best it can be.

Maintenance careers provide advantages you can’t always find elsewhere, even in other maintenance jobs:

Wide range of skills:

You’ll be trained and called on to fix problems with plumbing, electricity, heating, cooling, locks, carpentry, and more.


No two days are alike. You’ll have different tasks in different apartments, meeting and helping different people.

Full-time, year-round work

You won’t experience seasonal lulls, the way you might as an HVAC contractor or other maintenance specialist.

Personal Interaction

You’ll get to know the people you are helping in the community, and they’ll be thankful for what you do. Be a part of a team.

Unique Benefits

Housing discounts may be available for you and your family.

Is Maintenance Right for You?

A maintenance technician job is good for self-motivated problem-solvers who are eager to learn, and may be especially suited to someone with military, construction, contracting, or home repair experience — or technical school training. It’s also a great opportunity for those with no training or higher education at all.

Stick with it and you could become a regional maintenance manager for a portfolio of communities making a six-figure salary!

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Annual Base Salary Range*

Entry Level:


Regional Maintenance Manager:


Maintenance Supervisor:


Additional Earnings*

Overtime and Bonus Pay:

7 – 15% of salary

Imagine Paying Discounted Rent for Your Apartment While Doing a Job You Really Love

College not your thing? – you can still thrive in a career you love with great benefits and wages.

If you like to work with your hands, stay on the move, solve people’s problems, and never stop learning…

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