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Maintenance Worker - Custodian, 2nd shift

Easterseals NH

In the over 80 years since its founding, Easterseals NH has provided exceptional services to change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people’s lives every day. With an operating budget of over $90M, it is one of the largest independent state-wide Easterseals in the country.  As a leader in social services for individuals with disabilities and special needs, Easterseals NH employs more than 1,850 individuals who serve more than 25,000 children, adults and seniors every year.  As a multi-state organization, ESNH has 13 core programs and includes subsidiaries Easterseals Vermont, Easterseals Maine, and the Farnum Center.  In 2018, ESNH served more than 28,000 children, adults, seniors and veterans in communities throughout New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.


We are looking for a Custodian/Maintenance Worker to join our team right now! Come find your purpose while you make valuable, rewarding impacts in the lives of the individuals we serve.

In this role, the successful candidate will be providing custodial services to Easterseals Jolicoeur School to include perform cleaning, painting, light repairs. Additional responsibilities include:  

  • Maintain Easterseals buildings in a safe, functional, and habitable condition.

  • Maintain all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, making repairs when necessary. Call supervisors when outside contractor or other types of assistance are required.

  • Perform minor electrical repairs including replacing switches and plugs, running new phone and computer cables and installing terminals.

  • Perform minor plumbing repairs including unstopping drains, repairing leaks, and changing faucets.

  • Perform minor carpentry including hanging shelves and repairing windows, walls, ceilings, and floors.

  • Paint interior and exterior of building in a professional manner.

  • Maintain grounds of Easterseals properties including shrubs, trees, lawns, mulch beds, parking lots, sidewalks, gutters, etc.

  • Interact with staff and clients in a cordial and professional manner.

  • Assist in office moves; meeting setups and breakdowns; and assist with special events including set up, breakdown and clean up.

  • Assist in keeping Easterseals clients and staff in a safe and secure environment.

  • Perform janitorial duties when needed. 

Qualifications:

  • One (1) year experience in general maintenance in a health or welfare agency

  • High school education or GED preferred

  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation 

Compensation: $14.42 / hour and a $200 bonus for on-call shifts

Hours: Monday - Friday, 3:00 PM - 11:30PM; staff rotate every 5-6 weeks for on-call coverage

What’s in it for you? A position with Easterseals will give you valuable insight and experience as you further your career. We offer comprehensive benefits for full-time eligible employees: medical, dental, matching retirement, life insurance, discounted child care, federal student loan forgiveness eligibility, student loan repayment for qualifying positions, and tuition reimbursement. We are a recovery friendly workplace, and we proudly employ military members and their families.
Does this sound like the right job for you? Are you interested in learning more? Do you have questions? We would love to hear them. Follow the link below and use the calendar to schedule a brief, 15-minute conversation with Colleen:

https://calendly.com/eastersealsnh-colleen/15min 

How to Apply:

Visit our Candidate Portal https://us59.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/eastersealsnh and search "Maintenance" to see our open positions in this area. Click the title you are interested in to read more about the role, and submit your application by clicking the "Apply Now" button.

Job Location:

Manchester

Date Added: November 9, 2020

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