Maintenance Worker

Location: Kensington, MD

Department: Admin

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Overview

Jubilee Association of Maryland is a leader in providing innovative community residential services to 138 adults who have intellectual and other developmental disabilities in over 70 locations throughout Montgomery County, Maryland.  We provide supports for people to live in small group homes, in their own apartments, in houses owned by partner agencies,  and in houses that people own themselves.

Job Summary

The maintenance worker works under the direction of the Maintenance Manager.  The Maintenance Worker will maintain the interior and exterior of Jubilee locations as well as managing related projects.  He or she must be able to lift a maximum of 80 pounds and be able to bend for long periods of time.  This position may be either full- or part-time, with mostly day hours.  Occasional evening and weekend work may be required. 

Responsibilities and Duties

Under the direction of the Maintenance Manager, perform basic maintenance and repair for all Jubilee licensed and Personal support properties. This includes repairing and maintaining household appliances, carpentry projects, removal and/or replacing carpeting, tile, flooring and furniture, basic electrical, plumbing repairs, and painting.

  • Provide routine grounds maintenance; tree and/or bush trimming, planting, mulching and weeding.  Clean house gutters and adjust downspouts.
  • Repair household furniture.
  • Pick up and deliver donated furniture and equipment and assist with moving furniture.
  • Share on-call duties for maintenance emergencies.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Manager.

Qualifications and Skills

  • High School/GED 18 months of education or training beyond high school level in general maintenance and repair, or a closely related area preferred.
  • Experience using hand and power tools.
  • Ability to read technical manuals and drawings.
  • Very good communication and interpersonal skills. Competency in spoken and written English language. Ability to understand complex written and oral instructions.
  • Physical stamina and dexterity.
  • Ability to interact courteously with Jubilee employees, individuals and families, and vendors/contractors.
  • Possession of a current and valid motor vehicle operator's license. Own vehicle and auto insurance, clean driving record.
  • Understanding of basic mathematics and computer use with basic proficiency in MS Outlook, Word & Excel.
  • Knowledge of ticketing/tracking software application preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of HVAC, plumbing, electrical, painting and drywall.

Benefits and Perks

This is a full-time position starting at $18.05/hr with full-time benefits including health insurance, dental, annual and sick leave, 7 paid holidays, Life/STD/LTD, retirement plan, mileage reimbursement for work travel, and more.

 

 

 

 

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