Handyman

Job Description
We are seeking full and part time handyman with experience in multiple trades to perform general maintenance and repair on residential rental properties. Work will include light cleaning and debris removal, installation and repair of drywall, paint, plumbing and electrical fixtures, flooring, millwork, doors, windows, window coverings, fencing, siding and other household accessories.
The schedule is flexible and most properties are vacant allowing projects to be completed on your own time.
Wage is based on experience.
All work is based in Weber and Davis counties.
The Bigger Hammer is a growing Utah company with a focus on residential rental properties. We provide general repair, maintenance inspections, and inter-tenant turn services.
Responsibilities
Technicians will be responsible for contacting customers and arranging a time to execute the repair. The technician will assess the repair, prepare estimates, purchase materials, execute the repair, and submit records for invoicing.
Qualifications
- Must be able to determine scope of projects and accurately bid time and material
- Must be able to work independent
- Must have their own basic hand tools (large tools will be provided)
- Must have reliable transportation
- Must have basic math skills and be proficient in measurements and geometric shapes
- Must be punctual and on-time
- Must be detailed and organized
- Must be personable and outgoing
- Must have a clean driving record
- Must be able to pass a background check
- Must be able to pass drug test
- Knowledge of the construction industry
- Must be able to lift 40 pounds
- Must be able to go without tobacco or vaping while on work hours
- Must be able to comply with company dress and grooming standards

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