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Facility team member (Technician): Responsible for various maintenance needs on the campus to include all buildings, grounds, site, ensuring the working environment is safe. The individual will have general “Handy-Person” skills and possess problem-solving and decision-making skills, manual dexterity, a familiarity with basic tools and equipment and general knowledge about landscaping and irrigation, heating and cooling, plumbing, carpentry and electrical work. Must also have enough physical strength to stand for long periods and move heavy objects. Demonstrate and uphold the quality/standards of the organization along with a sense of ownership and pride in the appearance and function of the campus. The qualified person must have a heart to serve and be attentive to the needs of others to ensure everyone is provided the best working environment possible.
Although not inclusive, the following are the essential responsibilities/duties related to this position:
● Performs general property maintenance needs and ensures that repairs and upkeep are appropriately carried out.
● Performs general landscape and ground maintenance, to include, water zone controls and monitoring, troubleshooting irrigation
problems, changing/repairing heads, irrigation lines and working with third-party Landscape Company to ensure grounds are
maintained at a high quality.
● Performs ground and site maintenance (fencing, concrete, lots, native areas, beds, etc).
● Performs basic maintenance of Athletic Fields and Courts and develop a working knowledge of maintaining Synthetic Turf Fields
and Tennis Court surfaces.
● Performs routine electrical repairs such as changing light bulbs or fluorescent lamps and assists in repairing ballast and light
● Performs routine plumbing repairs such as unstopping toilets, fixing water leaks, etc.
● Performs general custodial duties:
o Performs a campus-wide trash pickup on a daily basis, as needed.
o Provides general cleanup assistance (trash, mopping, sweeping, and vacuuming) of interior buildings, as needed.
o Assists in maintaining clean workrooms and community lounge area throughout the day.
● Experience in general construction repair and maintenance knowledge:
o Drywall patch and repair.
o Interior/Exterior painting.
o Building, installing and repairing cabinet, shelves, tables, chairs, equipment, carpet, doors, windows, etc.
● Possesses effective skills to communicate with contractors, technicians and other skilled tradesmen.
● Possesses the ability to be very proactive and action-oriented relative to reaction to emergencies, as well as preventative and
● Willingness, ability and availability to perform snow removal (walks, drives, parking lots) as needed during the workday. Can
safely drive a pickup with front plow and/or utility vehicle with a front plow.
● Assists in office moves including:
o Assembling furniture.
o Moving desks, tables, chairs, etc.
● Assist in event setups around campus.
o Setting up tables and chairs for events.
o Setting up AV and computer equipment for events.
o Setting up parking signs, cones and traffic barriers for large athletic, art and other events that require traffic and parking
management and control.
● Performs basic maintenance of fleet vehicles.
● Must have a watchful eye and strong personal initiative to accomplish tasks assigned and unassigned.
● Must be able to organize the day to accomplish tasks and prioritize effectively.
● Willingness to work under a work order system that assigns tasks on a daily basis, with the ability to manage multiple work
assignments to completion and close out.
● Accepts and completes special assignments and tasks as directed by supervisor.
● Must have a strong work ethic and be able to complete many tasks unsupervised, both assigned and unassigned, as needed.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Valor Christian High School is a fast-paced and energetic community environment. Must be able to navigate multiple tasks, emergencies, special requests and assignments on a regular basis. Work involves moderate to heavy work in all types of weather, both indoor and outdoor, full calendar year. There is frequent need to stand, stoop, kneel, walk lift heavy objects (up to 50 pounds) and perform other similar actions during the course of the workday. Some limited travel may be required. Must be able to drive and operate fleet vehicles and equipment effectively. May be required to regularly work for long periods while standing. The scope of the employee’s oversight may require them to be at any place within the 35-acre campus making mobility and dexterity an important function of the work. Must be able to appropriately see, hear, and speak to be understood by others.
Activity Summary- Not inclusive, meant to provide an overview summary of work environment and requirements:
Activity Frequency Specific Task(s)
Balancing Occasionally Uneven areas, elevated heights (up to 50 feet—on mechanical lifts, roof tops, ledges, etc.)
Carrying Often Event set up, office moves, assisting faculty, parents etc.
Cleaning Constantly Must be a steward for keeping campus clean. Includes external and internal (trash, mopping, wiping,
sweeping and all general custodial duties)
Climbing Occasionally Ladders, steps, ledges, etc.
Color vision Rarely Traffic lights at crosswalk, color coding, painting, etc.
Crawling Rarely Crawl Space
Crouching Rarely Through equipment rooms, crawl space
ception Occasionally Walking Campus, elevated heights etc.
vehicle Often Pick-up (with plow), 12-passenger van, 15 passenger Bus, Gator (with plow and field groomer), Golf Cart
Handling Occasionally Expensive equipment, etc..
Hearing Constantly Site/Campus outdoor work, cell phone and radio, traffic
Heights Often Ability to work at different heights (up to 50ft) on lifts, ladders, scaffolding. Internally/externally.
Kneeling Frequently Grounds, Equipment rooms, classroom, restrooms, etc.
Lifting Frequently Up to 50lbs. Assisting with office moves, event set ups, inventory loads etc.
Pushing/Pulling Often Table/Chair, carts, etc..
Reaching Frequently Storage, equipment rooms, heights etc.
Seeing Constantly All areas, to include computer work
Shoveling Often Hand snow/dirt/rock shoveling required as needed.
Sitting Occasionally Desk/Computer work. Must be able to apply self to complete daily computer work.
Speaking Constantly Effective communication to support all staff, faculty, parents, visitors etc.
Standing Constantly All campus/site: indoor and outdoor. Must be able to be on feet for majority of working day.
Stooping Occasionally Equipment rooms, classrooms etc.
Tool Use Constantly Multitude use of tools, equipment. Must have a good knowledge of tool use.
Walking Constantly Grounds, Site, interior/exterior, building to building, stairs, parking areas, etc.
Possess and Model a Growing Relationship with Christ
● Pursue full devotion to Christ and live a life that reflects that authenticity
● Model the fruits of the spirit in communications, relationships and daily work
● Demonstrate teachability and a willing heart for service
● Embody others-centered, servant-leadership in all interactions
Demonstrate Trustworthy Commitment to Valor Christian High School
● Accept and uphold Valor’s Statement of Beliefs
● Accept and abide by all affirmations in Valor’s Annual Statement of Commitment
● Be relationally involved in the life/lives of our students with a heart of service and mission
● Seamlessly and deliberately integrate Biblical truth and Christian values into daily work
Serve Wholeheartedly as an Exceptional Teammate
● Uphold and embody Valor’s culture as set forth in the Valor Culture Document
● Model servant leadership, grace and love in all relationships and interactions
● Develop relationships with colleagues with goals of teamwork, relational unity and spiritual growth
● Provide team support regarding all matters, processes and initiatives
● Demonstrate loyalty to teammates in action and word
● Assist Team members to facilitate school-wide wins
Demonstrate a Commitment to Fulfilling Valor’s Vision and Mission
● Assume collaborative responsibility for Operating Plan Goals and Fiscal stewardship
● Be a ‘culture- keeper’
Demonstrate a Commitment to Growth
● Participate in Valor Team meetings, Chapel and weekly meetings with Team/Supervisor
● Demonstrate teachability and receptive to feedback
● Pursue professional/personal/spiritual growth and development
● Participate in the broader ministry of Valor by contributing of time, talent and treasure beyond assigned role responsibilities
● Fellow Facilities Workers
● Students (summer work hours or special events like football games/banquets)
● Parents/Visitors (when they are on site for an event or other service-related jobs)
● Random Pedestrians (must be comfortable introducing yourself to people who are passing through our campus for various reasons. This
is primarily because we want to know who is on our campus but also to let people who pass through our campus know we have eyes/ears
around the whole campus)
The Facilities Technician position (like all Facility Positions at Valor) is one of service-oriented work. The person who fills this position will be expected to work a variety of jobs many of which will not include sitting or stationary type work. Some computer work will be expected due to the need to send emails manage work order system and complete various reports, but predominantly the workload expected for this position will be one of active and engaged physical work. The Technician is expected to show skill with an array of tools and equipment. Should prior experience not be present, this employee is expected to be open and willing to learn how to use such tools and equipment.
The Technician is expected to take part in the culture of the campus and invest in the lives of students and staff/faculty who reside here. We have various opportunities available for members of the Facilities team to be involved in the culture of the campus such as being assigned a student prayer partner(s), joining student life group programs, engaging in faculty/staff prayer times, attending staff/faculty breakfast/lunch/dinner events, partaking in various in-service learning sessions during days/weeks when the student body is not on campus. A facilities employee, while normally not always in the spotlight, is expected to be a part of the culture of the campus, always seeking to build relationships with students/faculty/staff in a Christ-honoring way that champions the goal of Valor being a tight-knit, Christ-like community.
Finally, this employee is expected to not only work diligently at their assigned tasks and yearly scheduled work but to further develop and make their area of influence more efficient. Bringing new ideas to the table regularly either in facilities team meetings or directly to the Facilities Supervisor and/or Campus Director is not considered an extra job above or beyond the employee’s job description, but an essential quality expected from all employees within the Facilities Department.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND REQUIRED COMPETENCIES
o High School Diploma, required.
o Additional post-secondary education and/or experience in facility/property maintenance or construction training preferred.
o Valid Colorado Driver’s License is required.
o One (1) year demonstrated Facility Maintenance experience or verified Handy-Person experience preferred; construction training a
o Experience and/or basic knowledge of general plumbing, carpentry, electrical, mechanical, landscape and irrigation required.
o Experience and general knowledge in proper use of basic tools and equipment used for building, ground and site maintenance.
o Experience in Kitchen and/or Café maintenance of equipment a plus.
o Experience and/or general knowledge of theatre/stage maintenance and equipment a plus (ie: audio visual, acoustical, sound systems,
stage lighting, photo labs, etc.).
o Knowledge of trades related to building maintenance and repair.
o Knowledge of a variety of building maintenance procedures and techniques.
o Knowledge of machinery, equipment, tools necessary for the maintenance and repair of buildings, ground and site.
o Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions.
o Skills in reading and following blueprints and assembly instructions.
o Skills in following safety practices and recognizing hazards.
o Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships by effectively communicating with administration, staff, faculty,
parent and student body.
o Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
o Ability to think clearly and remain calm in stressful situations.
o Ability to effectively evaluate projects and programs.
o Ability to organize, prioritize and schedule work assignments
o Radio operation, alarm systems, fire extinguishers, building operations, etc.
o Proficiency in Microsoft Office – Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint or Google Docs
o Basic computer skills. Word processing and e-mail
o Proficiency in Mobile devices – iPads, laptops, smart phones, radios.
o Ability to effectively manage time to complete necessary desk and/or computer work, which will be required on a daily/weekly basis
throughout the day
Status: Non-Exempt (Hourly) Full Time (Jan-Dec)
HOURS PER WEEK:
40 hours/week. Ability to work flexible schedules as needed, due to weather, event support and/or work load). 8-hour work shifts M-F may fluctuate between 6:30am-8:00pm to ensure there is always facility coverage during this period. Some Saturday shifts will be required. Note: Summer months when school is out (June/July) are reduced facility hours, typically 7:00am-5:00pm, unless needs require otherwise.
Required overtime work for all Home Football games from August-November (typically 5-8 home games each season). Other minimal overtime, as needed, due to after-hour events, special requests and workload.