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Regular Full-Time



Come and join us on November 18, 2022, Friday at 108 Norfolk St., New York, NY, 10002 for the Stanton Norfolk Job Fair! Lunch will be provided as well as fun company merchandise but ONLY IF YOU RSVP THROUGH THIS LINK: We will be hiring for the following positions: Porter, Handyman, Building Superintendent, Clerical Assistant and Compliance Manager. See you there!!


Stanton Norfolk, Inc.  manages the leasing and maintenance of approximately 900 units of affordable housing, and 100 units of commercial and community space in almost 50 buildings in neighborhoods throughout New York City.  



The Building Superintendent  will make sure that his/her assigned buildings in Lower Eastside, Manhattan are maintained daily in clean and functioning order for its occupants.  Overall duties will include removing debris, maintaining common areas, restocking bathrooms, and responding to all cleaning emergencies. The Building Superintendent will also handle and perform a variety of non-technical, non-licensed mechanical, electrical maintenance, HVAC, painting, carpentry, custodial, plumbing, general repair, and other tasks related to overall building maintenance.  The Building Superintendent will report to and work under the direct supervision of a Property Manager.  


  • Regular working hours will be full-time 40 hours weekly. Building Superintendent will be expected to be on call during off hours to perform emergency tasks requested.


  • Performs general repairs and services in all maintenance related disciplines assigned by the Property Manager.


  • Performs or oversees contractors performing preventative maintenance for plumbing, electrical, and heating systems in residential units as needed.


  • Performs minor repairs including carpentry, painting, surface touch-ups, tiling, and flooring.  


  • Identifies and reports any deficiencies in residential units or the building.  


  • Changes locks, re-keys, and makes key copies as directed.


  • Reports all accidents and any illegal activities to management in a timely way.  


  • Supervises any third-party contractors and utility companies as needed.  
  • Properly documents and details completed work orders.


  • Completes any other tasks as assigned by the Property Manager


  • Maintains a working relationship with tenants at all times.  


  • Performs work with respect and professional courtesy.  


  • Maintain a weekly time log indicating completion of chores and duties, including day and time the activity took place, and submit log to building manager with time sheet every other Friday.


  • Sweep floor daily, mop public areas of building at least twice per week, including but not limited to staircases and hallways, and as otherwise needed.


  • Prepare, sort and remove garbage and trash in building for pick up by garbage trucks.


  • Keep basement clean and free of all clutter and debris at all times. Do not permit storage of any miscellaneous or personal items (furniture, etc.) by any tenants or occupants in the building therein. If such a situation arises, the porter must advise management so that appropriate actions can be taken to remove the items. Also, porter will remove and dispose of any dead vermin.


  • Keep receptacles covered at all times. Make sure all garbage is bagged and the building is free of violations for garbage and debris at or around the building. Follow recycling rules: all recyclable and garbage is to be placed in front of the building according to New York City Department of Sanitation schedule.


  • Clean rear yard, airshaft, and sewer trap and roof at least once a week or more if needed.


  • Promptly replace any missing or burned out bulbs in public area and basement.


  • Report all tenants moving in or out of building to management office.


  • Ensure that vacant apartments are kept clean and securely locked at all times and not rented or used by porter or others for any reason. 


  • During snow periods, clear snow from all sidewalks adjacent to and in front of the building. During light snow or ice, apply granulated salt compound or alternative immediately to avoid slippage


  • Advise of need for cleaning tools, supplies and equipment. When materials are ordered / requested / acquired, porter is responsible for storing them in proper place for future use.


  • Keep handrails clean and free of the dust that accumulates on them. 


  • Wash down sidewalks and garbage beam.


  • Remove any obstructions on all fire egress and public areas. 


  • Remove stagnant water in the basement whenever needed.


  • Clean apartments of debris when tenants move out with proper authorization. 


  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in general maintenance, caretaking, mechanical, electrical and/or equipment and building repairs.
  • Previous work experience as a Porter, Janitor, or Custodian a plus.  
  • Bilingual is a plus, English/Spanish or English/Chinese.
  • Positive attitude and good communication skills.  
  • Availability to work in shifts and with flexible schedules (e.g. weekends and evenings).  
  • Building maintenance certifications (i.e. Sprinkler Certificate of Fitness) or other training, is preferred.


Physical Requirements:


  • Required to walk from floor to floor and may be required to walk outside between buildings in varying outdoor weather conditions.  
  • Ability to move furniture; reach, lift, and carry heavy equipment.
  • Required to regularly sit or stand for prolonged periods of time; bend, squat, and regularly lift up to 50 pounds through course of shift


Compensation: $22.00/hr to $29.00/hr



We believe that the people and the communities that we have the privilege to serve, deserve our very best every day.  We are a results-driven organization that focuses on inclusiveness, empowerment and impact. AAFE employees are accountable, collaborative and strong communicators with a core strength of community service and development.  We are strategic thinkers who are committed to racial equality and treating each other, and the communities we serve, with respect and dignity.  We have an aptitude for technology and a strong desire to continuously learn. This philosophy expands to the way we manage our work and the way we put our best foot forward.  All employees are expected to adhere to the following:  


  • Ensure compliance with all grant/contract requirements
  • Work as part of a team in supporting other AAFE program contracts and projects 
  • Provide quality customer service to both internal and external partners and co-workers. 
  • Support efforts that ensure a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Understand and embrace the value in collaborating with people of different cultures, races, genders, ethnicities, beliefs, experiences and ideas.
  • An understanding of the concepts of institutional and structural racism and bias and their impact on underserved and underrepresented communities.
  • Maintain a positive, helpful attitude.
  • Enjoy your time at work!


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