The Facilities Technician maintains and repairs Camp For All buildings and equipment, and assists in water well and sewer plant operations and maintenance. He/she also cross-trains in all areas to develop additional skills.
List of Essential Duties
· Checks schedule for and perform maintenance and repairs on Camp For All buildings and equipment.
· Opens and closes camper cabins
· Checks on sewer plant operations and performs required maintenance
· Performs maintenance on program activity sites Follows a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form including, maintenance instructions, procedure manuals and safety rules.
· Following all safety standards set by Camp For All and the Facilities Manager, in accordance with OSHA, Texas Department of Health and American Camping Association standards
· Assists grounds crew and others on an as-needed basis.
The Facilities Technician reports directly to the Facilities Supervisor
Camp For All provides quality, employer paid health, life and long-term disability insurance, 401K with employer matching and maintains a very generous time off policy that includes (11) paid holidays and (20) days of PTO earned on a biweekly basis. Camp For All offers dependent health, dental, vision and supplemental life insurance at competitive rates.
The pay range for this hourly, full-time position is $17-18.25 per hour. Camp For All will also support membership and training that furthers employee professional development.
About Camp For All
The mission of Camp For All is to transform the world for children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs. Camp For All was designed with no barriers for children and adults with special needs to experience the thrill of camping and nature, just like their able-bodied peers. All of the programming is “universal,” meaning that the activities can be accomplished regardless of the campers’ challenges, be it mobility, emotional or learning issues. Camp For All provides an environment that is free of the barriers in the everyday world, such as 8-foot-wide sidewalks to maximize mobility in wheelchairs, sloping entrance into the pool with a special lift, ramps and myriad special saddles to aid horseback riders, low beds with wide space in cabins and large accessible showers and toilet areas. This culture of inclusion is underscored throughout the camp site and is truly built to “level the playing field” for all. Camp For All is the only recreational facility that accommodates the special needs community in this way.
· High school diploma or general education degree (GED) equivalent is required.
· Additional vocational or technical training in HVAC, electrical and/or plumbing is a plus.
· Minimum of three years of construction or maintenance related experience, with expertise in one or more of either electrical, plumbing, HVAC or carpentry.
· Knowledge of various tools and equipment, especially those used in carpentry, plumbing, electrical and HVAC work.
· The ability to manage time and work well with a minimum of supervision, including being able to adapt to changing schedules and maintain an awareness of a variety of campers and visitors.
· Must be in good physical condition and able to perform physical work outside in a variety of changing weather conditions.
· Good oral communication skills, as well as customer relations and people skills, are essential
· Familiarity with or the ability to learn Microsoft Office, various inventory tracking and database software, and the ability to utilize the internet for searches.