The Maintenance Personnel reports primarily to the Building and Maintenance Committee, and in parallel is at the disposal of the Proistamenos.
The M/P is responsible for performing the minor maintenance, and other miscellaneous duties to ensure that the building complex and grounds are maintained in a safe, secure, healthy and sanitary manner. The M/P is the go-to person for any building maintenance needs; works and interacts daily with the maintenance committee, church clergy, church staff, and school staff.
Fulfilling the responsibilities of a maintenance personnel is physically demanding. The M/P spends much of the time standing, walking, lifting. Work is primarily performed indoors, in offices, classrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, and common areas. Outside work is also required, including but not limited to grounds keeping, and some sidewalk snow removal.
Part-time work is determined by the task at hand and is communicated by the building committee. The M/P will need to be able to assist the building committee members with any after hour emergency needs that come up.
Specific Tasks and Duties:
These are determined and provided by the Maintenance Committee and are subject to change due to the needs of the community. Examples include:
- Replacement of lightbulbs, outlets, and switches
- Plumbing repair of toilets, faucets and other misc. plumbing maintenance items
- Work in conjunction with landscape and snow removal company to keep grounds clean and entrances safe
- Communicate with outside vendors and contractors for regular maintenance items
- Inspect roof drains and clean periodically
- Salt and clean entrances as needed
- Misc. Handyman work
- Maintain attractive grounds, performing basic functions outdoors such as care of flowerbeds, watering, shoveling snow and other maintenance duties
- Perform minor repairs, including but not limited to masonry, electrical systems, plumbing and immediate temporary repairs in an emergency
- Secures the buildings and checks grounds regularly
- Candidates/incumbents must meet the minimum qualifications as detailed or a combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities.
- Education: Graduation from high school preferred or Trade School Certificate
- Experience: One year of building maintenance experience. Building maintenance in a church and/or school setting preferred.
- Background check is required
$20-$25per hr. part-time depending on experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- The incumbent must possess and demonstrate the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
- Read and understand product labels and instructions
- Manage time effectively
- Work independently, with little or no supervision
- Prioritize multiple concurrent tasks
- Verbally communicate effectively
- Be honest, trustworthy, and flexible
- Exhibit sound work ethics
- Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
- Work cooperatively with other staff
- Have good listening skills
- Be respectful of property, supplies and equipment
- Flexible with respect to dynamic work scheduling
Must be able to perform physical activities, such as, but not limited to, lifting heavy items (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing, or walking. Must be able to work safely in an environment contacting cleaning materials, dust and noise. Routinely required to work under inclement weather conditions.
Applicants send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org