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Riverbend Community Mental Health

Founded in 1963, Riverbend Community Mental Health is a private, nonprofit organization providing specialized behavioral health services in central New Hampshire. Core services include 24/7 emergency mobile crisis services; counseling services for children, adults, and families; addiction treatment; and community support, vocational services, and residential programs for adults and seniors. Evidence-based models of treatment guide all our work, and we strongly believe in the power of self-directed growth and recovery.

Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc., one of the largest providers of community-based behavioral health services in New Hampshire, is seeking a full-time Custodian to join our talented facilities team.
As a Riverbend Custodian, your primary goal is to provide a healthy, clean and safe environment for all employees, clients, and visitors.  The schedule for this position is 2nd shift from 2:30PM to 11:00PM, Monday through Friday. 

  • One year experience as a janitor or custodian in a commercial or institutional setting is required; three years of experience preferred.
  • Good communication, problem-solving, time management, and organizational skills is required.
  •  A valid driver’s license, personal vehicle, and auto insurance is required.  
  • Ability to move cleaning equipment, trash, or other items within or between Riverbend locations is required.
  • Perform cleaning duties according to an established schedule and/or when visual inspection indicates cleaning is necessary.
  • Keep an adequate inventory of cleaning supplies in your assigned location(s).
  • Be knowledgeable about chemicals used for cleaning and follow recommended instructions for safe use.
  • Perform security inspection before leaving facility and enable alarm system, if applicable.
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Date Added: November 27, 2018

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