HandyPerson/ Maintenance Co-ordinator (Penrose)

  • Job Type:Full time
  • Category:Trades
  • Business Group:Group Property
  • Location:Auckland
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About Us
Fletcher Building is a company with a celebrated history which started in New Zealand over 100 years ago. 

With more than 15,000 people, the Fletcher Building family is a community made up of people who use all of their experience, skills and individuality to do amazing work. We have significant operations in New Zealand and Australia; we are enriched by many different languages, customs and lifestyles.

Many of our businesses are household names, such as Fletcher Living, Fletcher Construction , PlaceMakers, Winstone Aggregates, Rocla Quarry Products, and Pink® Batts®, so you could say that from the home DIY job to the most complex large-scale construction projects, Fletcher Building people are making great things happen. 

There has never been a better time to join the Fletcher Building family where our people are proud to say, “We made it”.  Whether it’s developing innovative building materials, working on major infrastructure projects, helping to rebuild a devastated city or bringing a world-leading product to market, our people are agents of change in their work and community.

Join us and we’ll offer you a dynamic environment, fantastic career opportunities and all the resources you need to get the job done. As well as your remuneration package, you will also have available a number of employee benefits to you.  

Our campus has it’s own secure carpark, in house modern café and we are also very close to public transport networks such as bus stops and the train station, but is a great location for anyone that is wanting to reduce their commute. 

The Role
The role is known within the business as Maintenance Technician and is part of our Group Property division, it is a permanent full time role, Monday to Friday and is based at our Fletcher Building campus located at 810 Great South Road, Penrose.  There may be the requirement for some odd weekend work, due to emergencies or planned maintenance.  The role reports through to our Campus Manager but you’ll have a close working relationships with the Assistant Campus Manager and the Campus / Reception team as well.  , but the majority of the time you will be working on your own organising, co-ordinating, liaising with external contractors or undertaking the work yourself, do you will need to be comfortable working independently. 

Our Campus is very modern as it has undergone a full redevelopment, with four existing buildings all refurbished and interconnected by a new single level pavilion building at the heart of the campus.  The pavilion includes a reception area, café with kitchen and meeting room suites, the interior fit out has created a modernised office accommodation for our staff – so we think you’ll enjoy the environment, it’s a nice place to work! 

About You
This role really does require someone who is an all rounder, as you’ll be responsible for either undertaking yourself or organising and co-ordinating contractors to undertake the works.  You’ll be involved in ensuring the current maintenance management plan is up to date and your input into any improvements will be very much welcome.  You’ll need to have proven experience and confidence in most aspects such as carpentry, painting, minor building works, handyperson jobs, minor plumbing.  There may be requirement to undertake electrical test and tagging, however full training will be given. 

You will enjoy working independently, have a high level of customer service and a friendly and approachable manner.  This role needs a high level of organisation and a proactive approach to your work and it goes without saying, that your standard of work, will be of a high quality. 

How to Apply
Please click on the Apply Now Button on this advert to complete the on-line form and submit your CV.