Canadian Mental Health Association - Edmonton, AB

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CMHA-Edmonton Region manages 131 units in the Edmonton area. These properties are true communities that support clients who live independently while on their journey to recovery. We currently seek someone who enjoys variety, working both independently and with others, and has proven customer service skills to help keep our properties as safe and comfortable as possible.

The Maintenance Coordinator plays an essential role in the Housing program. Reporting to the Housing Manager, the Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for administering a preventative maintenance program at several locations, as well as performing general and specialized building, and ground maintenance tasks and projects.


  • Participates in developing goals/objectives and monitors operational budget expenditures
  • Supervises the execution of major projects, which involves coordinating and supervising the work of outside contractors/tradespersons
  • Assists staff in maintenance planning and operational matters
  • Performs general building maintenance repairs to electrical, plumbing, heating and mechanical systems
  • Inspects and monitors life safety equipment and systems
  • Addresses tenants’ maintenance issues; coordinates and ensures completion of all related work
  • Participates in annual suite and building inspections and supervises annual equipment servicing
  • Reviews and assesses the renewal of outside contracts
  • Performs ground maintenance work
  • Maintains keys and lock systems at specific locations


5TH Class Power Engineer certification; previous preventative maintenance experience and working knowledge of building maintenance and repair are essential. Proven track record in excellent customer service. Working with support of the Housing Manager and Community Housing, the successful candidate must be able to interact effectively and respectfully with persons living with mental illness. Candidate must possess strong problem-solving skills and demonstrated ability in determining priorities, meeting deadlines and responding calmly to stressful situations. Strong verbal and written communications skills and the ability to work independently and with others and maintain flexibility are required. Good computer skills are essential. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds and perform repetitive motion tasks with upper and lower body extremities. Bending, kneeling, reaching and twisting are frequent required movements. Valid Driver’s License and operation of personal vehicle required. High school diploma or equivalent is preferred.

HOURS OF WORK: 8:30 to 4:30, Monday to Friday.

RATE OF PAY: $18.43-23.32 per hour.

Please email a letter of interest and resume to Gail Haynes, Housing Manager

Only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted
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