- Receives written work orders or verbal instructions from supervisor.
- Cuts grass and trim weeds on organization's property.
- Digs flower beds and plants flowers.
- Cleans internal areas of buildings, including buffing, dusting, sweeping, and mopping.
- Empties trash cans and consolidates trash for weekly pickup.
- Paints interior and exterior walls and trim.
- Operates lawn tractor with front-end loader.
- Repairs parking lot and sidewalks with asphalt, cold patching materials, and concrete.
- Operates snow removal equipment to maintain parking lots and sidewalks.
- Maintains and repairs buildings' plumbing and electrical systems, including replacing worn or defective parts such as switches and fuses.
- Repairs or replaces building brick, stone, and concrete.
- Maintains and repairs wood parts of buildings.
- Replaces worn or damaged parts such as hoses, wiring, and belts, in machines and equipment such as truck, street sweeper, and riding mower.
- Assists other departments with moving furniture and unloading and storing supplies.
- Assists in inspecting buildings and facilities for repairs or general maintenance.
- Assists in fire inspections and other inspections as needed.
- Provides own vehicle for site work – van or truck; mileage reimbursement provided.
- Assists in preparing estimates for repair or improvements of facilities.
- Assists in the purchase of cleaning and maintenance supplies for the agency facilities.
- Provides own hand and small power tools as required to perform daily tasks.
- Maintains MSDS records.
- All supervisors, managers, and employees are all responsible for helping to create a workplace free of recognized hazards, and for acting safely.
- One year certificate from college or technical school; or three to six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- A valid New York State Driver’s License and ability to drive and driving record acceptable for agency insurance coverage are required.