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Real Estate And Cooperative Development Director
What We Do
Real Estate and Cooperative Development Director-CASA of Oregon
CASA began its work 30 years ago helping local organizations provide housing for farmworkers and other marginalized populations in primarily rural areas. While focusing on those who are often unable to advocate for themselves, CASA has positioned itself as an honest broker in the community with government, industry and community organizations.
By working alongside community organizations, we are able to build and renovate affordable housing and neighborhood facilities. We provide programs and resources that strengthens families’ financial well-being. We are advocates, organizers and agents for change working throughout the state of Oregon.
CASA currently operates four programs:
Real Estate and Cooperative Development (RECD)
Housing and Facilities Development
We partner with local community organizations to improve and increase the stock of affordable rental housing and neighborhood community centers. We believe that shelter is a basic necessity and that quality of life is better when people have access to quality affordable homes with community facilities located nearby. Recognized nationwide as an innovative and effective developer of farmworker and rural housing, we have constructed nearly 1,000 new and renovated over 600 housing units. We have assisted in the rehabilitation of over 1,300 on-farm bed spaces, and constructed 13 single-family homes for rental and subsequent sale.
Manufactured Housing Cooperative Development
As one of 10 Certified Technical Assistance Providers (CTAPs) under the national ROC USA™ network, we deliver pre- and post-purchase technical assistance and help homeowners navigate purchasing their manufactured home communities by securing the financing needed to shape their economic futures through the formation of resident owned cooperatives (ROC). Since 2008, we have converted 14 communities, representing 871 manufactured homes across Oregon.
Community Loan Fund
We received certification as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) from the US Treasury in 2000. Originally designed to address the predevelopment funding needs of non-profit organizations developing affordable housing and community facilities, our nearly $10 million CDFI recently expanded to include construction and permanent financing. Our loan fund has provided ROCs with over $3.8 million in purchase financing.
Family Economic Opportunity Program
We provide administrative services and fiduciary oversight for Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) in the Northwest. IDAs are offered by community-based organizations, housing authorities and educational institutions that provide support for individual participants. Our program partners work directly with individuals and households with limited financial resources, providing training and saver support to help build financial resiliency. Our more than 70 community partners have leveraged nearly $180 million in purchased assets helping more than 4,000 savers become homeowners, college graduates and business owners.
Innovative Changes (IC$) provides financial education, small-dollar consumer loans, and access to credit-building and asset-building opportunities. Founded in 2009 by Innovative Housing, Inc. (IHI), IC$ was born out of the realization that people of low income need access to financial education and services that help them achieve and maintain household financial stability. In 2018, CASA and IC$ officially joined forces to bring financial education services and loan programs to CASA’s statewide network of partners.
Organizational Commitment to Equity
At CASA, we are committed to continually examining our role in both perpetuating and combating institutional racism because we recognize that the communities we partner with face many inequities. We acknowledge the history and ongoing impacts of racism in our society.
We were founded on and celebrate the identities of all involved with CASA, past and present. We, as an organization, strive to respect the race, ethnicity, ancestry, color, size, disability, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, socioeconomic status, geography, citizenship status, criminal background, religious background, marital status, military status, strengths, and differences of all people.
We acknowledge that we will always have room to grow as an organization and as individuals in our understanding of racism and oppression, and commit ourselves to ongoing alignment of our policies and practices to advance racial equity, inclusion and freedom of expression.
As organizers, advocates, and development consultants, racial equity and inclusion should manifest at all levels of our programs. Through collaboration, we strive to build hope, homes, and financial health to both heal and strengthen our communities.
How We Do It
Strong partnerships are the cornerstone of our success. We accomplish our work through collaboration with the public and private sectors because it ensures efficient and innovative service delivery. This collaboration unites organizations to reach common ground, guiding positive change in our work and communities.
We strive for a community of excellence through building our knowledge and experience. We achieve this community of excellence by incorporating the highest standards of inquiry, learning, critical thinking and delivery of program services—this provides our partners high-quality support through program development, technical assistance and funding opportunities.
One of the hallmarks of our nation is that opportunity abounds. At the same time, we know that opportunity is not equitably available to all. Our intention is to build housing, family support systems and an economy that work for everyone in our communities.
With our history of innovation, we devote considerable resources into research and development to design approaches and programs that meet the needs of our clients and partners—our entrepreneurship adds value to the communities and the clients we serve.
In 2018, the Housing and Facilities Development and Manufactured Housing Cooperative Development departments were combined to create the Real Estate and Cooperative Development (RECD) Department. The primary responsibility of the position is to direct the workflow and assist staff in the efficient and effective development of affordable housing, non-housing facilities that serve communities throughout Oregon and the conversion of manufactured home parks into resident-owned communities. As a member of the management team, this position reports to the Deputy Director.
Key executive responsibilities include:
- Overseeing CASA’s pipeline of projects by identifying potential projects and managing ongoing new construction and rehabilitation of rental housing, community facilities, and manufactured home park preservation through forming ROCs (Resident-Owned Communities).
- Developing and maintaining a strategic business plan for the department that accounts for long-term sustainability.
- Forming and implementing pilot projects and other programs that support CASA’s overall mission
- Leading other affordable housing initiatives that further the goals of CASA’s RECD programs throughout the state.
- Managing departmental staff by acting as a resource and providing technical project support. Overseeing staff professional development through coaching, and identifying training needs and opportunities, while soliciting feedback on departmental activities from staff members.
- Monitoring local, state and federal policy as it relates to the work of the department. This includes responding to, and interfacing with, national, state and local funders on funding program priorities and requirements. The position involves conducting educational campaigns and informational sessions to expand awareness of CASA’s housing priorities among local communities, policymakers, housing providers and manufactured home park owners.
Oregon, like much of the nation, faces a severe housing shortage and rising prices that affect more than just the state’s urban areas. Developing and preserving affordable housing in Oregon’s rural areas comes with a unique set of challenges, defined by the disadvantages of building on smaller scales, with frequent lack of local resources and capacity.
CASA is a regional leader in manufactured housing preservation as an affordable ownership and empowerment strategy, and development of farmworker housing and rural affordable housing. This position represents an opportunity to work on the front lines of innovative housing solutions, and effect both the built environment and policy landscape of Oregon.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
CASA is committed to the wellbeing of Oregon’s disadvantaged. CASA’s work culture is inclusive and equitable, builds teams, works collaboratively, makes transparent and shared decisions, and cultivates staff through professional development. CASA is most effective when working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders at local, state, and national levels.
CASA of Oregon is seeking a motivated, talented, and collaborative leader to direct our real estate and cooperative development efforts. The ideal candidate will have a number of traits that will translate into successful leadership of the department.
- We believe in practicing equitable development and serving the holistic needs of the people we serve and seek a candidate that matches that commitment.
- The ideal candidate finds creative solutions to large-scale problems in the housing realm, innovates and shifts between multiple departmental priorities and programs, and learns and grows with CASA and the RECD team.
- The ability to build and maintain broad but focused coalitions is crucial to advance CASA’s policy and legislative goals.
- The ability to communicate the overall vision and goals for the department and organization and to be a consistent resource and advocate for our work.
- All candidates must be committed to working in a culturally and linguistically diverse workplace.
Education: AA or BA/BS in housing, planning, business, architecture, public policy, or related field is preferred. Any combination of experience and education that would provide a candidate with the knowledge, abilities, traits, and competencies to be successful in this position will be considered. CASA gives preference to bilingual and bicultural candidates.
CASA is seeking someone with significant breadth and depth of experience. While some candidates may not have all the relevant experience, candidates who are open and enthusiastic to learning on the job will be considered.
Preferred candidates will have experience managing a team, acquiring and developing real estate, leading hands-on community engagement with disadvantaged populations, and conducting public advocacy campaigns. Ideal candidates will have experience working in rural communities, writing and administering grants, and leading or participating in equity and inclusion efforts. This includes tax credit projects, bond financing, manufactured housing preservation using cooperative housing models, rural development, farmworker housing, land trusts, asset management and community organizing.
The salary range for this position is $73,000-112,000. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance, flexible spending plan, 401(k) retirement plan, accrued vacation and sick time, paid holidays, sabbatical leave, and training and continuing education.
CASA of Oregon is located in Sherwood, Oregon, 15 miles southwest of Portland. Normal office hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Employee must be able to sit for long durations of time and be comfortable working in an open office environment. A driver’s license and access to transportation are required. Travel statewide and out of state is necessary and may require overnight stays. We support our staff through development opportunities, leadership training, and setting aside time for social interaction. CASA of Oregon is an equal opportunity employer.
HOW TO APPLY
If this position appeals to you, submit your resume demonstrating your experience in the categories above, a cover letter, and 5 references.
Outreach Facilitator - Bilingual
The More In My Basket (MIMB) program conducts, in English and Spanish, its delivery of outreach information, programming, eligibility screening, and application assistance low-income likely-eligible audiences. The successful candidate for this position must be bi-lingual Spanish and English, have demonstrated abilities in coordinating multi-county education programs, and be experienced in working with Latino-serving organizations to develop partnerships and/or experience working directly with Spanish-speaking limited-resource populations. This position is the primary liaison to external partners serving all likely-eligible audiences, including Latino-serving county based partners. This position is responsible for promoting collaborative relationships to create, expand, and sustain opportunities to provide MIMB programming, SNAP eligibility screenings and application assistance to individuals likely to be eligible for benefits. The Outreach Facilitator’s primary responsibility includes developing partnerships with organizations serving low-resource Latino populations, and coordinating with the county agent (where applicable) to schedule outreach events, and providing direct-to-client application assistance. The incumbent must be self-initiating, be able to multi-task effectively and efficiently in a complex educational/academic environment, and be skilled in managing geographically dispersed programs and partnerships. The Outreach Facilitator works under the guidance and direct supervision of Principle Investigator (PI), Dr. Carolyn Bird. Daily activities are performed with the guidance of the Program Coordinator and in collaboration with other MIMB and Cooperative Extension staff. Essential job duties include, but are not limited to:
Develop partnerships as described above.
Serve as primary point-of-contact for Latino-serving MIMB partner programs, including the Mexican Consulate, Farmworker Health and Safety Education Program, and others.
Collaborate with the MIMB staff for school-based outreach programs (lunch menus, backpack programs, etc.).
Develop and maintain a roster of partner agencies to support a program of planned contacts.
Collaborate with NC State University’s Latino Affairs Coordinator to develop and extend MIMB partnerships within the Latino community.
Travel to the participating counties at project start-up, and on an on-going basis to facilitate outreach events including providing on-site direct-to-participant bi-lingual eligibility screening and application completion utilizing a laptop, wireless internet connection, scanner, and mobile printer.
Staff a toll-free “in-reach” number to respond to questions, provide eligibility screenings, and application completion assistance.
Collaborate with other potential application assistance providers to enlist their support, where necessary, for larger scale events (such as health fairs).
Provide group presentations.
Track all Spanish-language incoming forms and data and ensure that complete data is received for each program and follow-up with partner contacts on any missing/unclear content.
Ensure that all data collection instruments and procedures meet University guidelines for confidentiality and protection of the rights of all participants.
Post-baccalaureate degree in family and community sciences or closely related field, or a Bachelor's degree in family and community sciences or closely related field with 3+ years of alternative or equivalent professional training and experience. * 1 year providing / coordinating / managing program support for a geographically distributed program.
Must be flexible and highly motivated.
Must be bi-lingual with English and Spanish proficiency in both written and oral communication.
Experience working with the Latino/Latina community.
Environmental Scientist 5
Minimum Qualifications The ideal candidate must have a Master's degree or professional engineering licensure and ten years of professional experience in the natural sciences, engineering, environmental analysis or regulation, establishment of environmental policy, or in a closely related field. Three years of this experience must have included responsibility for the supervision or project management of scientific or technical professionals. In addition, three years of this experience must have been involved in environmental analysis in support of litigation. A Ph.D. in the natural sciences may be substituted for three years of the required non-supervisory, non-litigation experience.
Promotion: One year of permanent non-competitive service as an Environmental Scientist 4, Grade 29, or two years of permanent non-competitive service as an Environmental Scientist 3, Grade 27.
Duties Description The Environmental Protection Bureau in the New York State Office of the Attorney General represents the State in energy, environmental, and public health matters in litigation before federal and state courts, as well as administrative agencies. The bureau enforces state and federal environmental laws that protect New Yorkers' rights to clean air, clean water, and safe and healthy communities, and conducts investigations into violations of those laws. Some of the more recent matters handled by the bureau have targeted the following areas: federal rollbacks and delays of regulations addressing climate change pollution, smog pollution blowing into New York, protections for farmworkers and their families from pesticide poisoning, and penalties for violations of fuel efficiency standards; and investigations into environmental health areas, such as unsafe drinking water, toxic toys, and lead paint. The bureau also defends state agencies alleged to have violated environmental laws, advocates on legislative initiatives, and communicates to the public regarding environmental issues.
This position will serve as the Chief Scientist for the Albany section of the Environmental Protection Bureau. Under the direction of the Bureau Chief and Albany Deputy Bureau Chief, the Albany Chief Scientist is responsible for directing and managing a multi-disciplinary science staff engaged in all aspects of the work of the bureau. As a member of the bureau management team, superior scientific, management, planning and communication skills are essential, as the position involves scientific and technical support for bureau activities, including investigations, legal actions, negotiations, legislative initiatives, and formulations of policy where science, law and public policy needs intersect.
DUTIES & ACTIVITIES:
Plan, manage, and direct activities of the scientific/technical section within the bureau's Albany and Buffalo offices, including making work assignments, in coordination with the science section in the NYC office.
Supervise and evaluate staff performance, and recommend appropriate staff management measures, including training.
Coordinate scientific activities within the bureau to assure that scientific/technical support is provided to legal staff in the bureau, primarily in the Albany and Buffalo offices.
Participate in management of the bureau, working with other bureau managers in Albany and New York City to establish program specific litigation goals and case specific litigation goals and strategies, and to report on bureau activities.
Initiate and perform scientific and policy research and investigations to develop affirmative litigation opportunities, investigative reports, and educational outreach activities.
Provide scientific support for bureau activities, including investigations, legal actions, negotiation, legislative initiatives and development of policy.
Interact and assist in coordination of bureau activities with other scientific, technical and policy staff of state, federal and municipal governments.
Assist attorneys in preparing documents and records, selecting expert witnesses and evaluating opposing experts, and participate in the development of discovery relating to parties, facts and expert witnesses at depositions and at trial. Assist in preparation of witnesses for examination at depositions and at hearings and trials.
Review legal and scientific documents prepared by the bureau scientists and attorneys for scientific and technical accuracy. Review scientific documents prepared by adversaries for accuracy and relevance; suggest appropriate responses.
Work with other bureaus within the Office of the Attorney General to provide scientific support to the activity of those bureaus, including investigations, litigation, and the development of multi-disciplinary initiatives.
Represent the Attorney General's Office and the bureau on advisory panels and committees, at negotiations, hearings and public meetings.
Work with attorneys to develop and present training on scientific methods and research, environmental forensics, and the admissibility of expert witness testimony.
Additional Comments Applications are being received online at https://ag.ny.gov/job-postings until March 29, 2019.
Applicants must be prepared to submit a complete application consisting of the following:
List of three (3) references with contact information, including email addresses
If you have questions regarding a position with the OAG and the application process or you need assistance with submitting your application, please contact Brianna Guckemus of the Human Resources Management Bureau via email at email@example.com or phone at 518-776-2500.
For more information about the OAG, please visit our website: www.ag.ny.gov
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The OAG is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workplace diversity.
Batteries Plus Bulbs is hiring an experienced Space Planner to join our corporate office team. In this role, you will be responsible for leading the departmental process of creating and executing planograms for our 700+ stores nationwide, ultimately resulting in increased sales and margin. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years in retail store layout, design, and visual merchandising planning. Located at our corporate office and national headquarters in Hartland, WI, in this role you will work closely with members of our category and product management teams, retail operations team, and with senior level executives within our growing organization. This role offers the unique opportunity to make a significant impact across our entire organization. Does this sound exciting?
We are the nation's largest growing battery and light bulb franchise. We have grown from a single location in1988 and today have over 700 retail store locations across the United States and Puerto Rico. Stocking hard-to-find batteries and light bulbs is our specialty. Our stores offer national brands and exceptional value. Our expansive product line, knowledge, and customer service differentiate us from the competition. Today, we also service both retail customers and business customers for their battery and lighting needs as well as offer repair and battery replacement services for cell phones, tablets, and laptops. We are powered by a culture of trust, something we have to earn every day by living up to our corporate values.
The Space Planner will:
Perform through analytical review of performance data identify opportunities to maximize sales, inventory turns, and gross margins within defined categories and apply the analytical results to establish the right breadth, depth, and mix of merchandise needed to produce profitable results at retail and wholesale.
Employ the rules of merchandise presentation at store level to ensure the correct product and category adjacencies for a continuous flow presentation. This includes incorporating standard concepts and techniques such as vertical merchandising and blocking to visually lead the consumer through the category strategy and price point progression as well as innovative techniques that will maximize space and produce results.
Provide expertise of planograms to the Category Management team in the methods of executing new and proven merchandising strategies that will assist in growing sales and margin. Lead the planogram piece of the Line Review process.
Research competitor presentations of product categories involved in the line review process to provide insight on how assortments should be presented to produce maximum results.
Ensure Category Managers adhere to all aspects of the product life cycle from introduction to retirement and make appropriate changes and replacements that are successful.
Provide recommendations and insight to make decisions regarding the selection of items and their positioning within an assortment including replacements that are appropriate to drive comparable sales and gross margin.
Implement strategies supporting increased emphasis on tailored customer centric, localized assortments to enable local market growth, while supporting category productivity and financial performance.
Assist in execution and management of store layouts and planogram sets.
Minimum three years of related experience in Retail Merchandising, Visual Merchandising, Interior Design and/or Retail Store Planning
Must have previous experience in creating, modifying and executing planograms within the retail industry
Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Business, or Retail / Merchandising or related field required
Proven problem solving skills. Duties require considerable judgment to work independently to devise new or modify existing methods, processes, procedures or standards to meet requirements.
Strong organizational skills with sense of urgency. Ability to independently handle multiple projects/tasks under general oversight. Able plan, develop, and establish priorities to meet deadlines with good control and results. The capacity and desire to handle heavy workloads and extra hours when required in a fast paced, changing environment.
Proven ability to make presentations to senior management, groups of employees, or customers that may involve persuasion, and obtaining approvals. Responsibility to work autonomously and collaboratively with the ability to communicate concrete and abstract ideas effectively.
Ability to work with confidential data of major importance such as process, service and product costs which, if disclosed to outside contacts, might have significant external effect and/or be detrimental to the organizations interests.
Equal Opportunity Employer Disability / Veteran
Store Manager, Schenectady, NY
Batteries Plus Bulbs is looking for a customer-focused Store Manager individual to manage their Schenectady, NY store location. Store Manager duties include leading retail store and commercial sales activities in order to achieve sales goals and positively contributing to the growth and development of their team through training communication, recognition and support.
If you're seeking a new career opportunity, Batteries Plus Bulbs offers a terrific start: a wide variety of experiences, the chance to build knowledge and skills, and the opportunity to take your career where you want it to go. If you're coming to us midcareer you will find terrific opportunities for growth.
Batteries Plus Bulbs is the nation's first, largest and fastest growing battery and light bulb franchise of its kind, offering a comprehensive selection of batteries, light bulbs, related products and services that meet the growing demands of retail consumers and businesses alike. Step up your career and join with a proven leader.
Store Manager Qualifications
Minimum H.S. diploma/equivalent; Advanced degree in business or retail management preferred
Minimum 3-5 years of retail management experience, preferably within a durable goods setting. Experience must include commercial (outside) sales
Strong oral and written communication skills
Able to effectively manage confrontational situations in a controlled and courteous manner
Ability to handle multiple projects/tasks and meet deadlines
Strong technical aptitude; a basic understanding of electronics. Must have the ability to accurately read gauges and work with hands
Must have valid driver's license and clean driving record
Must be able to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the business including peak seasons and special events. This includes the ability to work at multiple store locations, as needed.
Our benefits vary by position, but may include the following:
Life and Short Term Disability
Training and Development
At Batteries Plus Bulbs, you will not only experience a fun-filled work environment, but will be rewarded with outstanding pay and benefits!
APPLY ONLINE at batteriesplusjobs.com
Drug screen required for employment. Equal Opportunity Employer Disability/Vet.
Custodian--Worthington Kilbourne High School
One full-time custodian position to work 8 hours per week, Monday-Friday during 2nd shift on a 261 day calendar. They are responsible for performing routine cleaning, maintenance, and operation tasks in and around a school building.
Dust mops floors in classrooms, hallways, locker rooms, auditorium, and stairs
Sweeps, mops, and scrubs restrooms, sinks, toilets, partitions, and mirrors
Sweeps stairs, hallways, gyms, and classrooms
Lifts heavy objects; i.e., garbage cans, mop buckets and ringers, containers of wax and chemicals, boxes, cleaning equipment, and paper products
Vacuums carpeted floors
Strips wax from floors; applies wax to floors and buffs floors
Empties trash receptacles
Moves furniture, equipment, and supplies
Sets and de-arms security system
Sweeps and shovels snow and de-ices steps and entrance ways
Changes ballasts on florescent light fixtures; changes light bulbs
Changes batteries and light bulbs on emergency exit lights
Climbs ladders and adjusts ladders to replace light bulbs and to clean light fixtures
Reports and cleans up damage from vandalism
Observes and assists students in halls or areas in which the custodian is working
Informs day or head custodian orally or in writing of problems that are encountered
Sets up for meetings
Performs minor maintenance tasks
Knowledge of methods and equipment used in custodial work
Knowledge of various cleaning solutions
Knowledge of mechanical and safety shut-offs
Some knowledge of work safety
Ability to read and write
Ability to use minor hand and power tools
Ability to operate heavy duty industrial size buffers
Ability to perform heavy physical labor (for example: lifts heavy objects, bend, twist, climb ladders, lift arms above head, etc.)
Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff, students, and the public
Salary range $18.45/hr to $23.34/hr*
Building Operating Engineer-Trainee
Brandywine Realty Trust is one of the largest, publicly traded, integrated real estate companies in the US, headquartered in Philadelphia, with a core focus in the Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Austin markets. Organized as a REIT, we own, develop, lease and manage an urban, town center and transit-oriented portfolio. At Brandywine, we believe excellence is rooted in process, people, and passion. We work together toward a shared vision, and within a culture emphasizing ingenuity, work/life balance, and civic engagement. We value the customer experience above all else, and strive to exceed expectations in every interaction.
This position will have responsibility for interior and exterior cleaning and maintenance of assigned buildings and common areas as directed by the immediate supervisor. In addition, this person will be introduced to the principles and practices associated with building mechanical systems. As the incumbent learnsand masters tasks, he or she will perform a range of duties consistent with on-the-job training and the Company's need for delivery of engineering services.
Complete daily maintenance tasks including, but not limited to: conduct daily lighting inspections, replacing bulbs and fluorescent tubes as necessary; respond to tenant requests when burned-out lights require unscheduled replacement; remove old lighting bulbs and tubes and dispose of them in accordance with standard property procedures; remove trash or litter from common areas, parking lots, designated tenant areas, building exterior, and grounds; sweep sidewalks and driveways; clean spills in common areas; complete paint touch-ups and assist with cosmetic repairs; monitor parking, reporting or tagging vehicles when necessary; identify and report maintenance problems or physical hazards to supervisor; monitor building temperatures, making necessary adjustments as dictated by temperatures and tenant requirements.
Respond to tenant trouble calls or requests for assistance.
Provide safety services in inclement weather: shovel snow; spread salt on walkways to assist with footing and reduce ice build-up; position caution signs or cones in rain-slick traffic areas, etc.
Record maintenance and repair information in accordance with guidelines established by management direction or policy/procedure.
Assist Engineers with duties as permitted by schedule.
Maintain positive working relationships with tenants, responding to requests and issues in a timely, professional, and courteous manner.
Maintain productivity-enhancing communications and working relationships with co-workers, management, third-party contractors and suppliers.
Attend meetings as directed by the Chief Building Operating Engineer or Property Manager. These may include training sessions led by Chief Building Operating Engineer to increase job-appropriate knowledge and skills, safety orientations, and scheduled staff meetings. Meetings may also include outside training at the direction of management.
Respond to after-hours emergency calls.
Perform other duties as assigned
High School diploma or equivalent. Completion of a building trades curriculum at a recognized technical school is desirable.
One to two years of successful experience in commercial or institutional buildings with complex mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Possess valid state-issued drivers license needed to travel to adjacent properties or to respond to after-hours trouble calls.
utilize basic PC-based business software, including Microsoft products for wordprocessing and email. Use systems tools for maintaining service records.
School Maintenance Tech
Seeking a Maintenance Tech in the West Houston area
Must be able to pass a Drug screen and Background check
1. Inspects buildings and other structures to determine functional systems and detect malfunctions and needed repair
2. Performs minor electrical maintenance to include but not be limited to replacement or repair of fixtures (e.g. wall switches and outlets, incandescent and fluorescent bulbs and tubes, ballast, sockets, fuses, minor appliances, cords, etc.) using appropriate hand, power and specialty tools.
3. Performs minor plumbing maintenance (e.g. replacement or repair of leaks in drains and faucets, unclogging of drains, trenching and laying new lines, replacing drain hoses on washers and similar devices, etc.).
4. Performs minor painting, carpentry and masonry work (e.g. preparing surfaces and using brush, sprayer, or roller to apply paints, stains, and varnishes, hanging doors, fitting locks and handles, etc.).
5. Re configures, installs, positions, and remounts modular offices and space (e.g. furniture, wall panels, work surfaces, storage bins, lighting, file cabinets, etc.) to accommodate user needs and maximize office space using various hand, power and specialty tools, dollies and hand trucks.
6. Prepares the surfaces and paints various structures and equipment (e.g. walls, refrigerators, evaporator coolers, floors, roofs, doors, restroom facilities, etc.) to preserve wood and metal parts from corrosion and maintain a safe, comfortable working environment using various painting equipment and related tools (e.g. sprayers, rollers, brushes, thinners, etc.).
7. Clean rooms, hallways, lobbies, lounges, rest rooms, corridors, elevators, stairways, parking lots, and other work areas.
8. Order parts and maintain required documents. 9. Performs other work related duties as assigned.
10. Must be able to work flexible hours.
1. Ability to read, writes, speaks and understands English fluently.
2. Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
3. Must be customer service oriented.
4. Ability to meet or exceed the company’s attendance and punctuality standards.
5. Ability to evaluate objectively, fairly, and consistently.
6. Ability to use common tools.
7. Ability to understand and follow directions as given.
8. Ability to work with minimal supervision
Hours: 9:30 am- 6 pm (Monday- Friday)
Pay: $13.00 hr
Basic Automotive Maintenance Specialist - Part Time
At Fleet Farm our Basic Maintenance Specialists service our customer vehicles in basic oil change, tire rotation and completing vehicle courtesy checks as they continue learning new skills in a rapidly growing automotive industry.
Change oil and oil filters
Check fluids and air filters
Install batteries and checks charging systems
Check/replace bulbs and wipers
Inform store management of equipment mechanical repair problems as they occur
Maintain an organized and neat bay
Adhere to all company policy, procedure, safety and environmental rules
Road test vehicles when needed
Demonstrate the ability to learn basic mechanical tasks
A high level of motivation, energy and a customer-focused attitude
Must have a valid driver's license
If you have a customer first attitude and meet the qualifications listed above, possess a can do work ethic and have a desire to progress in your career in the automotive service industry, please apply today!
Enjoy Great Benefits, Unlimited Earning Potential Incentive Programs and Growth Opportunities
Tire Service And Alignment Tech - Full Time
At Mills Fleet Farm our Alignment and Brake Technician teammates service our customer vehicles in brake and hydraulic repair, suspension and wheel alignment, exhaust, oil change, tire rotation, tire mounting and dismounting, completing vehicle courtesy checks and complete vehicle inspections, as they continue learning new techniques to stay abreast in a rapidly growing automotive industry while increasing their knowledge of diagnosing and repairing vehicles.
Diagnose and repair to specifications – brake and hydraulic, suspension and alignment, and exhaust.
Change oil, oil filter, check/replace bulbs and wipers, and check fluids and air filters. Install batteries and checks electrical systems.
Install and perform tire maintenance. Install parts which include shock absorbers and suspension.
Inform store management of equipment mechanical repair problems as they occur
Maintain an organized and neat bay.
Continuously learn new technical information and techniques in formal training sessions in order to stay abreast with rapidly changing automotive technology.
Adhere to all company policy, procedure, safety and environmental rules.
Road test vehicles when needed.
- Demonstrate the ability to learn basic mechanical tasks
- 2 ASE certifications preferred
- A high level of motivation, energy and a customer-focused attitude.
- 18 years of age and must have a valid driver's license.
If you have a customer first attitude and meet the qualifications listed above, possess a can do work ethic and have a desire to progress in your career in the automotive service industry, please apply today!
Enjoy Great Benefits, Unlimited Earning Potential Incentive Programs and Growth Opportunities
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