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The Salvation Army, Silvercrest Management General Maintenance/ Driving Lead in Bellingham, Washington

DescriptionSUPERVISOR: Corps OfficerSTATUS: FULL TIMEHOURLY WAGE: $16.00 Weekly Schedule: Monday through FridayGENERAL STATEMENT:The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian Church and the ultimate goal of all programs is spiritual regeneration of all people.EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE: High School diploma or GED1 years' experience of custodial workKNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:Good attention to detailAbility to keep tidy workspaceAbility to be thorough in assigned tasksSelf starterTeam playerEffective time managementGood use of the English language in verbal communicationAbility and willingness to keep information confidentialDemonstrated knowledge of how to safely work with and apply cleaning productsDemonstrated knowledge of how to work with power tools safely and properly, handheld shop tools and garden toolsDemonstrated knowledge of safe and proper electrical repair and maintenanceAbility and willingness to record hours worked by clocking arrival, departure, and meal times on timeclock tabletHave a valid Washington State Driver's license and ability to pass Motor Vehicle background check and in-house driving testComplete and adhere to child safety (Protecting the Mission) requirements and guidelines, including the ability to pass a TSA background checkAbide by all policies and procedures as set forth in The Salvation Army Handbook.ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Keep the Corps clean and organized, including but not limited to: vacuuming; emptying trash; washing windows including partitions and frames; wiping mirrors and other glass surfaces; cleaning and organizing storage areas; dusting; washing floors, cleaning carpets; and cleaning chairs and other furnishings as necessary.Clean all restrooms, including but not limited to: scrubbing toilet bowls; wiping down exterior of toilet; wiping down toilet stalls; disinfect faucets, toilet handles and door handles; wiping towel dispensers; clean sinks; ensuring toilet paper, paper towels and soap are stocked; sweeping and mopping floors; dumping out garbage and putting in clean liners; wiping down mirrors.Clean kitchen including but not limited to: wiping down surfaces; removing and shaking out kitchen mats; cleaning kitchen mats on Saturdays; sweeping and mopping floors; dumping out garbage and putting in clean liners.Clean and tidy the Chapel, including but not limited to: ensuring all trash is removed (e.g. old worship service programs); ensuring all Bibles and Song books are placed back in seat pockets; chairs are arranged in desired formation.Keep truck, bus, and minivans clean and ready for use. This includes operating a maintenance schedule (oil changes, checkups); monitoring the state of the brakes and tires; washing the exterior; cleaning and vacuuming the interior; and keeping gas in the tanks (filling at least once per week).Set up and tear down tables, chairs, and other items in preparation for events and programs that are being held on premises, as requested.Maintain the facilities exteriors, including landscaping, lawn, parking lot, and walkways for Corps Community Center, Food Bank, and Camp Lummi (Weekly, or as needed)Perform all phases of building maintenance necessary to keep a safe environment for employees and all others using the facilities including but not limited to:Maintaining walkways, to ensure safety and usefulnessMaintain all electrical systems such as lights, ballast, outlets, switches and circuit breakers.Check all properties air filters and make sure they are replaced at least every 6 months.With supervisor approval, arrange for contracted maintenance when needed.Organize and maintain Janitor's closet and Maintenance container, including all equipmentInform superv