Reports to: Camp and Property Director
Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-time
Salary Grade: H3
Professional position with the responsibility to provide general maintenance and some custodial services at council properties.
Salary: Starting at $33,000
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Determine cleaning and maintenance schedules for building and equipment. Maintain and make improvements to interior and exterior of service centers and properties and/or supervise staff or volunteers that assist with maintenance.
- Create inventory of tools, equipment and supplies. Maintain site security and report emergencies to proper authorities.
- Work with Property Director to oversee and manage property budget. Help with reporting, budgets, reforecasting and monthly variance reports.
- Implement Long Range Property plan and ensure timelines and deadlines are met
- Implement and maintain permanent maintenance and replacement schedules/records and inventory control systems for all council owned furniture and equipment.
- Supervise Property Coordinators, Property Specialists and Property Assistants
- Support council functions through promotion of council sponsored activities. Promote the Girl Scout culture of philanthropy by cultivating and building relationships with donors.
Competencies and areas of expertise may include:
- Oral and Written Communication abilities (i.e. In person, verbal, written, and/or phone) - expresses ideas and facts in a clear and understandable manner appropriate for the individual or group; listens to and comprehends what others are saying; prepares organized and structured presentations; has demonstrated ability to work with a wide range of sensitive and confidential issues and communicate effectively with a diverse group of girls, volunteers, and staff.
- Judgment and Decision-Making - recognizes when immediate action is required; recognizes when sufficient information has been obtained to make a decision; makes decisions where appropriate or refers decisions to the appropriate organizational level; makes decisions without undue delay
- Management - delivers results by maximizing organizational effectiveness and sustainability; ensures people have the support and tools they need and that the assigned workforce has the capacity and diversity to meet current and longer-term organizational objectives; aligns people, work, and systems with the business strategy to harmonize how they work and what they do; conscientiously assigns performance goals, offers year-round performance feedback, and conducts timely performance discussions and reviews.
- Developing Others – demonstrated ability to delegate responsibility and to work with others and coach them to develop their capabilities; provides helpful, behaviorally specific feedback to others; shares information, advice, and suggestions to help others to be more successful; provides effective coaching.
- High school diploma. Experience with indoor and outdoor maintenance, certificates in the maintenance field preferred.
- Experience with a basic knowledge of general maintenance, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting, constructions, grounds maintenance, boiler systems, heating and air conditioning systems, etc.
- Ability to take initiative, to organize and implement a multi-faceted work load with minimum supervision and function well as a member of a team.
- Understanding of budget development and general financial/administrative practices; computer literate with familiarity with word processing, spreadsheets and database management preferred.
- Ability to prioritize work, train and delegate to others.
- Ability to work under pressure and shift priorities in response to changing needs.
- Valid driver’s license, good driving record and reliable transportation. Comfortable with traveling throughout Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula as work dictates.
- Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including occasional evenings and weekends.
- The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is frequently required to walk, and to operate maintenance equipment manually. The employee must have the ability to move, lift, bend and kneel. The employee must be able to routinely lift 40 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
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