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Maintenance Manager

What does a maintenance manager do?

Maintenance managers supervise the repair and maintenance of buildings and installed mechanical equipment, as well as ensure timely installation and upkeep of the company’s property and systems like elevators in order to ensure operational effectiveness.

What do I need to get a maintenance manager job?

Our Certified Manager of Maintenance (CMM) course shows learners how to develop and run an efficient and effective maintenance operation. CMM proves that careful planning and follow-through make all the difference in maintenance management. CMM is designed for property level managers, lead maintenance personnel, and supervisory staff.  Starting in May 2020, CMM will be available as a Live Online course. Each online course will consist of four 4-hour sessions, and a certification exam to be completed online.

What is the median salary for a maintenance manager?

  • $76,110

Where can I go from here?

Construction Careers
1. Construction Laborer
2. Security Guard
3. Basic Trades
4. Construction Welder
5. Freight, Stock, and Materials Mover (Forklift Operator)
6. Solar Photovoltaic Installer
7. Paving/Surfacing Equipment Operator
8. Excavation/Loading Equipment Operator
9. HVACR Technician
10. Electrician (Apprentice)
11. First-Line Supervisor
12. Building Maintenance
13. HVACR Technician (Apprentice)
14. Industrial Machinery Mechanic
15. Cost Estimator
16. Construction Inspector
17. Building Controls Installer
18. Architectural Design Technologist
19. Engineering Technician
20. Construction Supervisor
21. Project Manager
22. Surveyor
23. CADD Designer
24. Civil CADD Designer
25. Civil Design Technician
26. Control Systems Service Technician
27. Facility Management Technician
28. Engineer
29. Civil Engineer
30. Architect
31. Construction Manager
32. Maintenance Manager
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