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WELLNESS CENTER - Facilities Supv/Technician

Job Classification

  Hourly Full-time (35-40)

Position summary

The facilities manager oversees the custodial and maintenance care of the Andreasen Center for Wellness, helps manage the team of custodial studuent employees (along with the Custodial Supervisor), and works with the other ACW management to help the facility run optimally.

Qualifications summary

Custodial and/or maintenance experience required, though some training can be provided in either area.

Must be physically able to be on their feet for long periods of time, lift heavy weight (75-100 lbs daily), and work strenuously at times.

Must be able to work outside of regular business hours when necessary, sometime late at night, and respond to questions and calls after hours.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.

Duties and responsibilities

Cleaning and general custodial responsibilities.

Co-managing and supervising the team of custodial student workers. This involves the hiring and other HR processes, time approval, training, monitoring of work, accountability measures, development, etc.

Contributing to the ACW team by collaborating on vision casting, marketing, project development and execution, events, etc.

Reporting maintenance needs and working closely with Plant Services when maintenance needs exceed capabilities and/or resources.

Assisting Aquatics Director with pool care when possible.

Purchasing and managing some financial aspects of custodial area.

Supervisory responsibilities

The Facilities Manager will work closely with the Custodial Supervisor to manage students employed for custodial responsibilities. Management can include (but is not limited to):

Managing job postings for available positions.

Interviewing and selecting potential employees.

Training student workers.

Overseeing quality and completion of assignments given to student workers, and correcting and encouraging when needed.

Investing in the growth and development of student workers by building relationships.

Contributing to discipline and executing terminations if and when needed.


High school diploma or equivalent.

Be able to lift and move heavy items.

Must be a quick learner and able to pick up new skills on the job.

Must be a Seventh-day Adventist in good and regular standing.

Technical competencies

Must have basic computer skills.

Interpersonal interactions

Must have strong supervisor skills, a desire to develop student workers and be able to easily interact with college-age people.

Must enjoy working on a team and collaborating with others.

Must thrive in a fast-paced environment with varying needs daily.

Must display a willingness to learn and aqcuire new skills.

Physical demands

Physical demands include lifting heavy weight, the ability to walk or jog and move about quickly, ability navigate a variety of surfaces comfortably (smooth or wet floors, stairs, etc), and to perform vigorous physical work when necessary (scrubbing, wiping, bending over, squatting, reaching, etc).

Work environment

Some areas of the building may have noise levels exceeding 80db. The physical space is large and accessing it requires opening doors, climbing stairs, etc.