Maintenance Worker Required

Frank McLoughlin Co-op

Maintenance Worker Required

PLEASE NOTE: This is a salaried position. Any overtime will be paid in lieu only.

Full time – 37.5 hours per week – Monday to Friday.

Applicant must have various skills in the maintenance field:

– Minor plumbing
– Minor Electrical
– Some carpentry
– Installation and repairs of drywall
– Installation of Flooring would be an asset


– Current WHMIS certification (or co-op will pay for training)
– Basic knowledge of Health and Safety Requirements
– Bondable
– Co-op or Non Profit Housing References
– Must be able to work independently



– receive workorders from office
– file completed workorders in the designated filing cabinet in the office
– supply the manager with a list of materials or supplies that need to be ordered
– receive materials ordered, checking packing slip for anything missing or on backorder
– perform any other duties requested by the Board or Management
– handle emergencies as directed by Board and/or Manager
– accompany contractors or inspectors when required
– maintain an inventory system

Routine Maintenance

– each morning, walk around property, picking up any garbage
– once per month, tighten all screws and bolts on playground equipment
– check fencing for stability, report any problems to the office
– notify management of any vandalism or necessary repairs
– prepare a maintenance log, detailing what work had been completed throughout the day, including time started and ended
– prepare a preventative maintenance log
– perform basic repairs or alterations as per written work orders or directions from unit inspection committee, board of directors or staff
– accompany fire inspectors, pest control, engineers, contractors or anyone identified by the office or board of directors
– empty garbage cans or recycling, place in appropriate bins and place them at the curb on garbage days

Other Maintenance

– clear front of co-op centre of any snow, including sidewalk, steps and deck
– keep sheds, basement and stairways clear of any debris and in organized condition
– keep washrooms clean
– do painting and renovations as necessary
– move appliances and equipment when needed
– pick up materials from suppliers
– unit inspections
– respond to emergencies
– mentor youth working during the summer month

The co-op uses walkie-talkies to keep in touch. You must have one with you, so you can be contacted or located at any time.

Applicants can email their resume, covering letter and any references to or drop it off at 55 Maple Leaf Circle, Brampton, Ontario, L6Y 4M9.

Phone: 905 450-6085 Fax: 905 450-6116

Salary range will be discussed at the interview and will commensurate with experience.

Start Date: May 1, 2019 or when the Board feels they have found the right person