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  • Maintenance Engineer - Town Pavilion

    Job ID
    Copaken Brooks
    Job Location(s)
    US-MO-Kansas City
  • Overview

    Copaken-Brooks, LLC is a Kansas City-based, full service entrepreneurial commercial real estate firm specializing in corporate services, leasing, investment sales, and property management. We have 90 years of proven experience in playing a major role in where millions of people go to work and shop and were voted 2013 Small Business of the Year by the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce.


    We are currently seeking a Maintenance Engineer experienced in commercial high rise office buildings for our Town Pavilion location.


    • Perform various mechanical inspections and follow up on deficiencies.
    • Improve and maintain the physical appearance and mechanical integrity of the property.
    • Respond to tenant calls regarding emergency and maintenance issues including alarms, power outages, plumbing, minor repairs and similar.
    • Promote positive tenant and customer relations.
    • Be on call for emergency situations.
    • Perform preventative maintenance on building/properties.


    • Minimum (3) years’ recent work experience in commercial office environment; on call experience for at least (1) year.
    • Electrical, plumbing and general carpentry experience.
    • High school diploma or equivalent plus additional education from comprehensive certification program or an Associate’s Degree.
    • Universal CFC license.
    • Valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record.
    • EMS and HVAC experience a plus.
    • Basic computer knowledge.
    • Excellent communication and customer service skills.
    • Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
    • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds (ladders, boxes, etc.)
    • Comfortable working in all weather conditions, stressful situations and construction areas.


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