EXEMPT: Non-exempt, regular full-time employee
REPORTS TO: Kitchen Program Director
REVISION DATE: June 15, 2020
The maintenance supervisor oversees and coordinates the maintenance workers who maintain and repair electrical, plumbing, ventilation and other building systems, as well as themselves working on the maintenance and repair of these systems. This position is responsible for evaluating problematic systems or facilities and determining what installation or repair services need to be performed. Maintenance-related duties include performing initial evaluations of building systems, getting bids from contractors, and distributing work assignments. Included in this responsibility is care for the appearance of our facilities.
This position may perform training to ensure individuals have all the requisite skills. Additional responsibilities include developing and implementing maintenance procedures and maintaining personnel records. Supervisors evaluate each worker’s performance to ensure quality operations. They also investigate accidents and prepare relevant reports.
This is a full-time (40 hour/week) position with an hourly wage of $15.00. Compensation also includes the use of a two bedroom, one bath house at 717 Jefferson St in Salinas, valued at $2,000/month, utilities (water, electric, gas, sewer) included. Total value of the compensation package is $26.538/hour plus the value of utilities (water, electric, gas, sewer).
The residence is part of the program facility and is subject to the same facility rules and safety inspections as is the rest of the facility. It is offered as compensation to the maintenance supervisor because it is preferable to have this position available for emergencies outside of normal working hours. The provision of the residence is solely related to holding the position. Once no longer employed in the position, it must be vacated immediately.
As a condition of employment, the following policy must be followed in regards to the use of the property:
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES include the following as well as other duties that may be assigned
GENERAL JOB PERFORMANCE STANDARDS
Knowledge of Work: Possesses and utilizes organizational skills and knowledge of issues of people struggling with homelessness. Has knowledge of local resources and can communicate them.
Professional boundaries: Maintains appropriate boundaries with guests and clients.
Quantity of Work: Accomplishes an appropriate volume of satisfactory work under normal conditions.
Quality of Work: Consistently demonstrates accuracy, thoroughness, neatness and dependability and works with minimal supervision.
Workplace relationships: Establishes and maintains cooperative and respectful workplace relationships and contributes to the team environment.
Timeliness: Completes assignments on or ahead of schedule.
Ability to Learn New Duties: Interprets, analyzes and responds appropriately in new situations. Training: Keeps core competencies current by participating in skills training.
Judgment and Common Sense: Decisions/actions are sound, including safety and risk management. Cooperation: Willing to work with others toward common goals.
Respect for diversity: Interacts courteously and tactfully with people of diverse backgrounds and interests.
Respect for staff and guests: Maintains respect and support of fellow staff members and volunteers in support of staff. Sensitive to inappropriate remarks or actions that make staff, volunteers or guests uncomfortable, and demands proactive correction of those behaviors on the spot. Zero tolerance for harassment of staff, volunteers, clients or guests.
Communications: Demonstrates relevance and clarity of written and oral expression. Effectiveness in exchanging ideas and information.
Initiative: Originates and develops new ideas or take steps to get things done.
Problem Solving: Identifies and evaluates alternative solutions and selection of the most appropriate course of action.
Attendance and Punctuality: Shows daily ability to reliably meet scheduled appointments, arrives on time and prepared to work, respects others’ time and sets an example for others.
Service environment: Noise level is moderate. Some guests in program areas may be under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Some guests may have health issues that make safety, sanitation and contagion protocols mandatory. Minimal exposure in administrative offices.
If driving during work hours: Must possess a valid California driver’s license; must maintain vehicle liability insurance; must maintain a good driving record.
Education and Experience:
Language & Communications Skills:
Other Skills and Abilities:
PHYSICAL & SENSORY REQUIREMENTS:
This job requires routine travel (driving) within the Salinas Valley and Monterey Peninsula areas and occasional driving and other travel to attend training and conferences.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to Nic Bianchi, Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org