VOA Environmental Services Coordinator in Montrose, Colorado
Description:Job DescriptionWe Are Inspired to Serve. Join us!Making a difference in the lives of others - that's what working atVolunteers of America is all about. Our employees have the opportunity eachand every day to make a difference in the lives of older adults. Fromimproving our residents' quality of life, to creating peace of mind forthem and their families, our team members know that as a part of ourcommunity, they are changing lives.This position will work in both Eckert and Montrose, CO.Wage range: $17.40 to $20.10 depending upon experienceFull time hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.Benefits of working for Senior Community Care/Volunteers of America (VOA):At VOA we understand that our employees are our greatest asset, and we arehappy to offer them the following benefits:* Flexible scheduling and consistent hours* Competitive pay* Stable organization; we've been a nonprofit for over 125 years* PTO* Positive work environment* Paid training/Continuing education* A variety in your daily duties* Supportive managers* Fast paced, low stress working environment* Insurance Benefits offered:RetirementMedical (30 hours or more a week)Benefits available when hired to work 24 or more hours a week:DentalVisionLegalLifeAccidentCritical IllnessShort-Term DisabilitiesID TheftLoan ProgramPRIMARY RELATIONSHIPS: Center Director, Executive Director, OccupationalTherapist, Transportation Manager, Center Staff, participants and familymemberOBJECTIVE: Assumes responsibilities for overall maintenance of facility.Responsible for preventative maintenance, painting and repairs inside andoutside the Adult Day Health Center to provide a safe, attractive andorderly environment for the benefit, use, enjoyment protection ofparticipants, staff and visitors. Conducts routine tests and inspections onvarious facility systems and implements programs in a manner that meet thegoals and objectives of the facility.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:1. Performs designated cleaning tasks and preventative maintenance services.2. Performs defined cleaning procedures, using various chemical and cleaningagents, supplies and equipment, for all areas assigned that wouldinclude, but not be limited to, the following:a. Sweeping, mopping, wet washing/shampooing and vacuumingfloors/carpets in ancillary service and common areas of the facility.b. Stripping, waxing and polishing all floors in accordance with the floorcovering maintenance schedule.c. Washing walls, ceilings, and common area lighting fixtures.d. Gathering, transporting and disposing of trash.e. Cleaning waste receptacles.3. Informs supervisor of supply or equipment needs.4. Keeps storage areas locked with supplies properly stored according toestablished procedures.5. Store all germicides, pesticides and other toxic substance clearlylabeled and locked away when not in use.6. Follow established reporting/repair procedures for the following:a. Any damaged or loose fixtures, flooring or tiling requiring replacementor repair.b. Any unsafe or malfunctioning equipment.c. Any conditions conducive to breeding insects, rodents or other vermin.7. Assist the Center Director with the implementation of the facility'spreventative maintenance program.8. Conducts frequent inspections of all fire safety equipment, alarms,extinguishers, detectors, sprinkler heads, water valves, exitlights, etc. Testing and adjusting where indicated.9. Assist the Center Director with building and equipment maintenance andrepairs. Typical duties would include, but not limited to:a. Testing emergency generator.b. Adjusting door closures.c. Programing door locksd. Cleaning ice machines, dryer vents, exhaust fans.