At Trilogy Residential Management we know success happens with great people. That’s why we invest in our team members to take on the expanding challenges of our industry with ease. Trilogy provides career development opportunities, ongoing training programs, competitive compensation, benefits and incentive programs! We are looking for true team-players who want to learn and advance in the industry.
WHO WE ARE
Trilogy Residential Management (“Company”) is the affiliated Property Management Company of Trilogy Real Estate Group, a privately held real estate investment and property management firm with a focus on multifamily apartments and commercial real estate. Since 2002, the principals of Trilogy have successfully invested in real estate assets valued in excess of $1.7 billion. Trilogy has a proven expertise in timing real estate cycles and sourcing and managing outstanding real estate investments in major markets around the United States. Trilogy’s current portfolio spans nine states and 12 cities.
The Groundskeeper meets standards regarding the appearance of the exterior physical features of the community by performing tasks to maintain the grounds, amenities, and overall curb appeal of the community.
Inspects community throughout the day to remove litter, debris, and pet droppings and ensure all common areas and amenities are neat and free of litter at all times.
Remove trash and any items remaining in vacant apartments prior to starting the make-ready process.
Cleans and maintains refuse and storage areas.
Completes assigned minor and routine service requests as requested by the Maintenance Supervisor and/or Community Manager, and assists as needed in the make-ready process.
Distributes notices and communications to residents as necessary.
Informs appropriate supervisors of any observed hazard or potentially dangerous situation for residents, team member, guests and others.
Demonstrates customer service skills by treating residents and other with respect, answering questions, and responding sensitively to complaints about maintenance services.
Complies with safety and risk-management policies by attending and participating in the community’s routine safety meetings, completing required training on OSHA and other safety-related laws and requirements, and by reporting accidents and incident promptly and accurately.