Seasonal Facility and Property Maintainer
Displays an active commitment to the mission of GSOFCT through creative and responsible performance of specific responsibilities. At all times, he/she must portray a positive image that is representative of policies, procedures, and promotes customer service to internal/external stakeholders.
- Call/email, Check in and out all user groups at indicated camps.
- Maintain cleanliness of all structures, units, and exterior of camp grounds prior/after each user group arrives/departs.
- Maintain all lighting fixtures.
- Perform electric/fire inspections.
- Call and arrange yearly inspections as well as other items necessary to run day and resident camp.
- Perform security walks weekly around the perimeter of the camp and throughout parts of undeveloped camp
- Ensure all structures are locked after each use.
- Maintain utility reduction by ensuring all electric is off, appliances unplugged, heat is off or turned down low.
- Remove all leaves from units around buildings and gutters of all structures bi annually
- Plow, shovel and spread sand or ice melt when and where necessary within a timely manner of snow fall.
- Cut down dangerous trees as necessary to ensure safety of campers, staff and or structures.
- Stock and supply fire wood for campers.
- Arrange installation of and removal of Tents yearly. Installation of tents by 4/15 and Removal by 10/15 of each year.
- Work mandatory and minimum hours necessary year round to meet housing requirements.
- Work a 40 hour work week and extended hours to meet the needs of the organization.
- Complete work orders assigned.
- Return all receipts from purchases within 48 hours of purchase
- Perform Landscaping duties as needed to provide a clean exterior at all times.
- Initiates task list based on site visits and plan of achievement.
- Ensure work is done efficiently and cost effective.
- Work at various camps and Service Centers properties as assigned.
- Embrace and enhance a culture that values diversity and ensures that staff, girl and volunteer efforts reflect the council’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
- Negotiate and take bids for projects assigned by Director of Property.
- Meets regularly with Sr. Maintainer for updating and reporting.
- Carry out other duties as assigned.
ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS and PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
- Become a registered member and maintain membership in GSUSA.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule (evenings, weekends) to meet the needs of the organization.
- Ability to drive a truck, operate snow plow, tractor, chain saw and other equipment.
- Ability to work with a diverse group of staff, volunteers and girls.
- Ability to purchase supplies and equipment.
- Ability to work with others and be a proactive team member.
- Active participation in Product Sales Initiatives.
- Live onsite at a council-owned property.
- Ability to lift 90 lbs.
- State-wide travel required.
- Valid Connecticut driver’s license.
- GSOFCT owned/lease indoor and outdoor properties.