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Urban Resource Maintenance Worker - Brooklyn - Domestic Violence Programs in New York, New York




• Perform basic carpentry, painting, plumbing and electrical work as assigned• Identify and report any building maintenance or repair issues• Perform a variety of maintenance duties of a routine nature including maintenance of hallways, lobbies, bathrooms, stairways, lunch areas, break areas, storage rooms and utility rooms• Assist with moving furniture, supplies and other items as necessary• Ensure floors and hallways are kept free of debris at all times• Mop all common area floors daily• Remove garbage daily• Check fire/life safety equipment as scheduled and report issues to the Maintenance Supervisor• Perform minor adjustments, repairs and maintenance on heat and air conditioner units and under supervision by Maintenance Supervisor• Complete daily assigned work and notify the Maintenance Supervisor of work not completed• Overtime work as needed and requested by the Assistant Director• Perform other duties as assigned


• High School Diploma or GED equivalent required• Valid driver’s license, a plus.

REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE• Ability to perform carpentry, painting, and minor plumbing, electrical and drywall repairs• Must be able to read and understand work orders to perform assigned jobs• Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing• Understanding of how to use a tape measure to take measurements• Can organize and prioritize work activities• Good problem solving skills• Must have good command of the English Language• Basic knowledge of Computers which includes Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook, a plus• 2 years of commercial and/or residential maintenance experience doing carpentry, painting, sheetrock repair, minor plumbing repairs, or minor electrical repairs

All new hires, interns and volunteers must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to their start date unless they have requested a reasonable accommodation for medical, disability or religious reasons from URI’s People & Culture,




  • High School or better

Licenses & Certifications


  • Driver's License