Maintenance Associate, URJ Camp Kalsman

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Description

Location:         Onsite: URJ Camp Kalsman (14724 184th Street NE, Arlington, WA 98223) 

Reporting to:        Facilities Manager 

Start Date:        ASAP 

Salary Range:     Hourly rate of $14.50; Annualized salary of $ 26,375.12plus a competitive benefits package    

Employment Type:    Full Time, Non-Exempt, Benefits Eligible 

 

THE ROLE 

The Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) Camp Kalsman seeks a hands-on, full-time, year-round, on-site Maintenance Associate to maintain cleanliness of campgrounds and buildings in support of the URJ’s mission to create communities of belonging that build confidence and character of young people, so they are inspired as leaders to make the world a better place and pursue lifelong engagement in Jewish life.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to maintenance and repair of the camp’s building, grounds, equipment, and other facilities as aligned with the mission and established policies and procedures of the camp.  

WHAT YOU WILL DO 

The Maintenance Associate reports to Facilities Manager and is responsible for the following:     

MAINTAIN GROUNDS   

  • Assists with the preventative maintenance and repair of the camp’s buildings, grounds, equipment, and other facilities consistent with the mission and established policies and procedures of the camp. 
  • Perform mechanical maintenance and repairs (not requiring permits) to the physical plant and equipment including but not limited to plumbing, electrical carpentry, masonry, heating, painting, plastering, electronics, kitchens, toilets, and air conditioning equipment. 
  • Inspect and report on damage, or malfunctioning of components of physical plant, make necessary adjustments or repairs. In collaboration with supervisor, coordinate major repairs with outside contractors. 
  • Maintain grounds and landscaping, including mowing, plant pruning, weed-whacking, leaf removal, and debris removal, to ensure a desirable appearance. 
  • Monitor inventory of building supplies, tools, and equipment and report such to Facilities Manager. 
  • In partnership with the Facilities Manager, prioritize work to ensure cleanliness of campgrounds and buildings. Complete projects as assigned by the Facility Manager and/or Camp Director. Complete work orders. 
  • Provide programmatic support to the Camp Director and Assistant Camp Director, as needed.  

HOUSEKEEPING  

  • Perform general janitorial, housekeeping, maintenance duties as assigned by supervisor.  
  • Sweep, scrub, wax floors; wash windows and screens; put up and take down screens and storm windows, and repair same. 
  • Repair toilets, lights, doors, windows, and maintain vehicles. 
  • Dispose of trash and waste.   
  • Manage recycling and disposal needs. 
  • Shovel snow.  

 

YEAR-ROUND RETREAT & EMERGENCY SUPPORT 

  • Respond to emergencies quickly, coordinating with appropriate staff. Provide immediate response for physical plant emergencies.  
  • Prepare camp for group use during the summer and year-round events. Setup camp according to group setup sheets. 
  • Secure camp after a group leaves. Turn off/cutoff power to camper cabins and buildings. Lock down facility. 
  • Set up and break down rooms for meetings and conferences, assuring all supplies and equipment are provided. 
  • Periodically check in with year-round event manager during group rental visits. Respond to group needs regarding physical set-up and repairs. 
  • Assist in end-of-season inventory. 

 

SAFETY & PROTOCOLS 

  • Maintain safe and clean workshop environment, and compliance with camp policies in the handling of all tools and vehicles. 
  • Store equipment for safety. 
  • Follow the schedule for checking physical plant and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair. 
  • Ensure all tools and supplies are cleaned up and put back into the maintenance shop after use. 
  • Be aware and make necessary changes to hazards found on campgrounds. 
  • Operate necessary grounds-care equipment such as mower, tractor, chainsaws, etc., in a safe and efficient manner. 
  • Performs all duties in accordance with prescribed regulatory compliance guidelines, including local, state, and federal guidelines, as well as American Camp Association accreditation standards.   

GENERAL CAMP SUPPORT 

  • Work in a safe manner and know when and how to ask for help. Adhere to policies and operating procedures set forth by the Camp leadership. 
  • Act as an ambassador for the Camp. Develop mutually respectful relationships with the camp leadership, coworkers, vendors, the local community, and the camp community.  
  • Maintain a consistent presence as a leader within the camp community with respect to role modeling Jewish values, supervision and accountability for all rules and procedures, and dedication in all respects to the camp’s mission and vision. Continually prioritize and stay up to date on institutional and racial equity, diversity, and inclusion (REDI) principles, behaviors, and practices. 

 

WHO YOU ARE & KEYS TO SUCCESS (THE MUST-HAVES): 

To be successful in this job, you excel in the following areas: 

  • Maintenance. Experienced in general maintenance duties – general carpentry, minor plumbing, minor electrical work, understanding of HVAC systems, grounds keeping, and other general maintenance duties. Proficiency in the safe and proper use of power equipment’s and tools, heavy and light machinery, and building materials. Previous camp maintenance, facility/property management, or physical plant experience is desired. 
  • Safety. Ability to understand and implement safety regulations and procedures. Ability, both visual and auditory, to identify safety hazards and monitor guest and staff behavior and enforce appropriate safety regulation and emergency procedures. Ability to safely and properly use power tools and equipment. Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist campers in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury). 
  • Licenses. Valid Driver’s License.  
  • Communication & Collaboration. Ability to work on a team, relate and work well with others. Ability to accept guidance, direction, and supervision. Able to ask for help when needed.  
  • Proactive & Organized. Self-starter. Able to manage multiple tasks or projects.  
  • REDI Experience (Racial Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion). Commitment to prioritizing and executing on Racial Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion (i.e., ableism, LGBTQ+ Inclusion, antiracism, etc.) priorities.  

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 

  • Physical Demands: Lifting and carrying up to 75 lbs. Stamina and willingness to work long hours, in inclement weather and for stretches of days. 
  • Ability to work irregular hours including weekends.  
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check. 
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