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Roma Patel Chicago, IL (60615)
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The Plumber is responsible for installing, repairing and maintaining pipes, fixtures and other plumbing used for water distribution and waste water disposal in residential and commercial buildings. The Plumber will install, repair and maintain plumbing systems and fixtures in residential and commercial buildings. They read blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine the layout of plumbing systems, water supply networks and waste and drainage systems; then plan, install and service plumbing systems, fixtures, piping equipment and controls. These piping systems may be used to transport water, waste, gases or hot liquids.

This role works in cooperation with other Service Tech II’s and contractors to ensure that all specifications and policies are met, and to ensure efficient completion of all plumbing work order tickets or projects. Providing adequate services will ensure that all water supply networks and waste and drainage systems are installed, repaired and maintained to meet all standards of building codes and safety.



  • Install, repair and maintain plumbing systems and components
  • Review building plans and specifications to determine the layout for plumbing and related materials
  • Identify required tools and special equipment
  • Select the type and size of pipe required
  • Locate and mark positions for connections and fixtures
  • Install supports and hangers for pipe, fixtures and equipment
  • Assemble and install valves and fittings
  • Install, repair and maintain water treatment equipment, piping and controls
  • Install, repair and maintain underground storm sanitary and water piping systems
  • Install, repair and maintain sinks, tubs and toilets
  • Install, repair and maintain water heaters and conditioners
  • Install, repair and maintain plumbing fixtures, appliances and trim
  • Test pipe systems and fixtures for leaks
  • Maintain all building codes, installation requirements and relevant legislation
  • Perform scheduled maintenance service on plumbing systems and fixtures
  • Apply all codes to installations, repairs and maintenance
  • Ensure all requirements as specified by the manufacturer of systems and fixtures are met
  • Ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance are properly sized, aligned, supported and graded
  • Ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance meet the requirements of the appropriate codes
  • Ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance meet environmental protection requirements
  • Prepare orders of supplies
  • Keep daily reports
  • Schedule work in cooperation with other Service Tech II’s and contractors
  • On call may be required
  • Perform other related duties as required


  • Qualified candidates must have a valid drivers license and vehicle, as this role will require operating on work orders between buildings across a scattered site portfolio.
  • High School diploma or GED and preferably five (5) to eight (8) years of plumbing experience, preferably in an apartment setting. 
  • Must have proficient knowledge in the following areas:
    • water distribution and waste water disposal in residential and commercial and buildings
    • relevant building codes, legislation, regulations, policies and procedures installation and maintenance
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others on the maintenance team
  • Have your own tools of the trade (small hand tools)
  • Team building skills
  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Decision making skills
  • Effective verbal, written, communication and listening skills
  • Stress and time management skills
  • Maintain strict confidentiality in performing the duties of the Plumber.
  • Demonstrate the following personal attributes:
    • be honest and trustworthy
    • be respectful
    • possess cultural awareness andsensitivity
    • flexibility
    • demonstrate sound work ethics


Journeyman Certification in Plumbing from a recognized and accredited post-secondary institution;

City of Chicago Plumbing license preferred, but not required.


The Plumbers may spend long hours outside and in awkward positionswhich can cause physical discomfort and strain. The Plumber will be lifting and adjusting heavy objects, and will come incontact with sharp, hot and/or very cold supplies and equipment. The Plumber must maintainsafety procedures at all times to avoid injury. Plumbers may also come in contact with potentialpoisons and gases that could cause injury or illness. Environmental Conditions(The nature of adverse environmental conditions affecting the incumbent)The Plumber spends long hours working alone. The Plumber may work in awkward environments andwill have to carry all required equipment and supplies at all times.


Sensory demands include exposure to the smells associated with sewer and water, exposure to sounds associated with power tools and construction sites, and exposure to dust and other debris associated with the use of power tools,all of which can causesensory strain.


The Plumber will need to concentrate in busy environments. They will be ordering equipment and supplies, and scheduling work in cooperation with maintenance managers. The Plumber may be called out at odd hours or have to work long hours in cases of emergency maintenance and repairs.


Full Medical, Dental, Vision, group Life Insurance, Flex Spending, 401K with company match, Educational Reimbursement, and Paid Time off including: Vacation, Personal and Sick time.

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.  MAC Property Management, LLC is an Equal Housing Opportunity organization.


DOE and if journeyman/licensed in City of Chicago, range is $17-$25/hour