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Maintenance Technician

Continuum of Colorado Denver ,CO
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Nonprofit Management Services of Colorado (NMSC) is seeking a Maintenance Technician. You’ll get to perform multiple types of maintenance work; including basic plumbing, painting, carpentry, minor electrical, plaster-work, tiling, landscaping, appliances, HVAC systems and drainage. This is definitely a working, hands-on maintenance position.

You will start out working 40 hours/week; typically Tuesday through Friday from 7:00 a.m to 5:30 p.m. We do ask for schedule flexibility from time to time based on responsibilities. Our Maintenance team works at various locations throughout the Denver Metro area (Arapahoe County, Douglas County, and parts of the city of Aurora) that are owned and operated by Developmental Pathways and Continuum of Colorado.

More about what you’ll get to do!

  • A variety of maintenance related responsibilities at both office locations (Aurora/Englewood), residential facilities and other locations including but not limited to: repair and maintenance of buildings and grounds, utilities, and parking lots

  • Complete winterizing and spring preparation tasks

  • Troubleshoot major breakdowns, diagnose problems and take corrective action

  • Assure the timely completion of all required paperwork

  • Pull work assignments from work order requests and ensures the work is completed as requested and by expected due date

  • May be required to assist with routine maintenance to include snow and ice removal, and landscaping

  • Perform fence/gate and building repairs

  • Maintain accountability of all operating materials, tools, equipment and inventory control system

  • Ensure compliance with all building related policies and regulations

  • Plan your workday to assure all required tasks are complete

 

What type of Equipment will I get to Use?
Includes but is not limited to: small and large hand tools, power and air actuated tools, small and large power tools including medium sized machinery such as snow blowers, power post-hole diggers, lawnmowers, weed eaters, leaf blowers, ladders of varying sizes, lumber, sheet goods, pipe, wire, paint, glass, plastic, laminates, flooring, adhesives, lubricants, cleaning solutions, light bulbs and fixtures, plumbing, trim, hardware, required safety equipment, cell phone, two-way radio, computer, copier, fax machine and other general office equipment.

What’s My Working Environment Like?
Your work environment will vary to include main offices, residential facilities, and our other locations as well as daily interaction with individuals with disabilities, supporting their specific and unique living requirements. You’ll get to travel between facilities, main office and other businesses and you’ll need to be able to accomplish your work in a variety of weather and traffic conditions.

 

The Good Stuff - Starting Salary and Benefits!

$20.91 - $24.57/ hr

More about our benefits and why it's so great to work here:

  • Health/dental/vision coverage

  • Employer paid and supplemental life insurance

  • Short- and long-term disability insurance

  • Generous paid time off and holiday pay

  • 401(k) investment plan, with an employer match of up to 4%

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Tuition reimbursement program

  • Certified Employer for Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program

  • Healthcare reimbursement via an HSA

  • Onsite gym and lounge for employee use at both office locations

  • Discounts on auto and homeowners insurance

  • Employee assistance program

  • Credit union membership

  • Employer-paid training

Must Have’s to be Our Construction/Maintenance Technician

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent

  • At least 2-5 years experience in general maintenance and/or construction or related industry

  • Demonstrated skills in areas of plumbing, painting, carpentry, electrical, plaster-work, drainage, tiling, appliances, landscaping/use of equipment and HVAC systems

  • Ability to prioritize workload and met deadlines

  • Ability to perform simple math calculations for purposes of carrying out job assignments

  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Ability to meet physical requirements of this position: bending, stooping, reaching, pulling, pushing, climbing for hours at a time, and lifting up to 80 lbs. with or without assistance

  • Knowledge of basic computer skills i.e. word processing, e-mail, internet, data entry

  • Ability to read, write in English and communicate effectively (both orally and in writing)

  • Able to operate company vehicles

  • Valid Colorado motor vehicle license/proof of adequate motor vehicle insurance

  • Meet and maintain our driving requirements - no suspension/less than 3 tickets in the past 3 years

*Please note that we'll pull your Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) in all states that you have had a driver’s license in during the past 3 years as part of our hiring process. Upon hire, we monitor all employees’ MVRs on a monthly basis. You’ll need to have a pretty clean driving record to be employed with us!

Company Description
Continuum of Colorado is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit agency providing services to people with a wide range of abilities. At Continuum, we empower individuals to live a meaningful life. We believe it is our responsibility to not only meet the needs of each individual we support but also to partner with our supported-individuals to help them reach milestones, achieve their goals, and make their dreams a reality. Person-centeredness is not just a trend or buzzword to us; it’s a philosophy that embodies each Direct Support Professional we hire. Our mission is to be a partner in choice and independence by collaborating with individuals and their families to provide high-quality lifetime supports that will empower them to thrive in their community.

Experience thoughtful care and let Continuum of Colorado support you or your loved one.

We offer a full suite of services including, among others, Residential Services, Day and Seniors’ Choice activities, Family Caregiver, Supported Employment, Home and Community Support. Continuum’s Day Activities services offer a safe, well-supervised environment, with participant-to-staff ratios of 1:5, and cater to varying interests and abilities. Our Residential department similarly offers a variety of placements with supervision and independence levels tailored to the strengths and needs of the person served. In our Supported Employment program, our Employment Consultants work one-on-one with the individual to promote independence in all aspects of their job. Home and Community Support services include Personal Care, Respite, Supported Community Connections, Community Connector, Homemaker, Mentorship, Movement/Music Therapy, and Massage Therapy and are provided by professionals who complete extensive training specific to individual needs. Our Home and Community Support department has also expanded to the Colorado Springs metro area, as well as being offered in the Aurora/Denver area.

Continuum of Colorado

Why Work Here?

Mission driven, purposeful, person-centered, flexible schedules

Continuum of Colorado is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit agency providing services to people with a wide range of abilities. At Continuum, we empower individuals to live a meaningful life. We believe it is our responsibility to not only meet the needs of each individual we support but also to partner with our supported-individuals to help them reach milestones, achieve their goals, and make their dreams a reality. Person-centeredness is not just a trend or buzzword to us; it’s a philosophy that embodies each Direct Support Professional we hire. Our mission is to be a partner in choice and independence by collaborating with individuals and their families to provide high-quality lifetime supports that will empower them to thrive in their community. Experience thoughtful care and let Continuum of Colorado support you or your loved one. We offer a full suite of services including, among others, Residential Services, Day and Seniors’ Choice activities, Family Caregiver, Supported Employment, Home and Community Support. Continuum’s Day Activities services offer a safe, well-supervised environment, with participant-to-staff ratios of 1:5, and cater to varying interests and abilities. Our Residential department similarly offers a variety of placements with supervision and independence levels tailored to the strengths and needs of the person served. In our Supported Employment program, our Employment Consultants work one-on-one with the individual to promote independence in all aspects of their job. Home and Community Support services include Personal Care, Respite, Supported Community Connections, Community Connector, Homemaker, Mentorship, Movement/Music Therapy, and Massage Therapy and are provided by professionals who complete extensive training specific to individual needs. Our Home and Community Support department has also expanded to the Colorado Springs metro area, as well as being offered in the Aurora/Denver area.

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Denver, CO
USA