Maintenance Worker
Job Details


Responsible for repairs and general maintenance of buildings, grounds and equipment associated with the agency. Works under general supervision with some latitude in organizing and completing assigned tasks.  This employee will ensure compliance with safe work practices and maintain safe environments in compliance with established agency standards, licensing regulations and generally accepted practices.


  • Daily monitoring of general appearances and hygiene of facility building and grounds and perform daily custodial duties. 
  • Daily monitoring of all repairs and general maintenance needs of  facility and facility equipment and perform related tasks daily.
  • Maintain records and submit reports related to facility, building, grounds, maintenance and equipment(schedules of servicing maintenance, repair, etc.)                                                     
  • Maintain inventory of all equipment, tools, and maintenance, supplies.
  • Request in advance all needed supplies from Supervisor.            
  • Report any major repair and improvement needs to Supervisor promptly.    
  • Responsible for all outdoor work to maintain building and grounds.
  • Responsible for compliance with fire, health and safety standards.
  • Maintain Agency vehicles (oil, tires, fluids, inspection, etc.)                    
  • Follow work order requests.       
  • Maintain positive relationship with clients.
  • Attend required trainings as assigned.
  • Respond to on-call emergencies involving breakdown of mechanical system, etc.
  • Employees are required to use their personal vehicles in certain circumstances and as directed in the performance of their job duties.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Requires 2-4 years of experiences in the field or in a related area.
  • Is knowledgeable of concepts, practices and procedures associate with the job.
  • Capable of servicing, upkeep, and repair of buildings, equipment, appliances, plumbing, electric, carpentry, etc.         
  • Capable of operating machinery/tools used for this line of work.                        
  • Capable of organizing, planning, executing maintenance schedule requiring minimal supervision.
  • Capable of heavy work.
  • Valid Driver's License.

Physical Capacity Requirements

Frequently operates a motor vehicle both locally and/or long distances during daylight hours and/or after dark.

Frequently lifts supplies, equipment, luggage, groceries, files, records, etc. up to 50 pounds.

Standing and Sitting
80% of the time is standing and walking.

Frequently requires stretching, bending, stooping and reaching.

Pulling & Pushing
Frequently requires sweeping, mopping, moving furniture, equipment, etc.

Crises Management
Occasionally intervenes with clients engaged in physically assaultive, self-harmful behavior or serious property destruction to de-escalate and stabilize behavior.  Intervention may require brief physical restraint. 

Participants in training for Physical Crisis Intervention, First Aid, and CPR.  All of these require some physical activity: bending, kneeling, stooping, use of arms and legs.

Continuously requires close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Talking & Hearing
Continuously requires the ability to communicate verbally both in person and via telephone.

Hands & Fingers
Continuously requires ability to write, enter data via keyboard, handle tools, etc.


  • During initial ninety (90) days of employment.
  • At least annually thereafter.