Job Description

Facility Helper/ General Labor

The Facilities Crew is a new group of positions that supports all aspects of the Facilities Department at Crossroads.  Not to be confused with the former “events staff” positions, these jobs are general laborers, working in support of custodial, building maintenance, technology, transportation and a wide range of campus projects.  The tasks assigned to Facilities Crew members will change daily to meet the needs of the Facilities Department as the School readies for in person, hybrid, or changing forms of remote learning and adapts to changing circumstances.
 
Duties include (but are not limited to) the following:
  • Always working cohesively and positively within a flexible, customer-service-oriented team
  • Loading and unloading trucks, and receiving and making deliveries on both campuses
  • Monitoring, cleaning and maintaining gym, fitness equipment and facilities gear
  • Assisting with general housekeeping and custodial tasks such as sweeping, mopping, disinfecting surfaces, cleaning spills, power washing, etc.
  • Installing and rearranging safety signage and instructions throughout campus as needed
  • Working with both manual and power tools to dismantle, assemble and make repairs to school equipment
  • Moving classroom and other furniture and gear as needed throughout the year and as cohorts and safety regulations change
  • Setting up and striking small events as needed, arranging chairs, tables, AV gear, etc.
 
Physical Demands
  • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate miscellaneous equipment.
  • Excellent eyesight to support attention to detail
  • Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.
  • Walking or standing for extended periods.
  • Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.
  • Lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling heavy objects as assigned per work request forms.
  • Ability to lift 50lbs for various miscellaneous tasks.
Special Skills and Expectations
 
  • This job requires high quality work with great attention to detail. Focus and care need to be taken with even the simplest of tasks. When situations or actions call for a response, a timely reaction is needed from our team.
  • A driver’s license with a clean abstract and ability and willingness to drive school vehicles (13-foot stake-bed trucks).
  • Confident speaking AND listening skills are required for these often front line positions since they will come into contact with students, parents and other school staff.  Clearly spoken and written communication is key.
  • Crew members will work both under supervision and independently. When unsupervised, they must be capable of completing a list of tasks in a timely manner and reporting back to the supervisor for the next assignment.
  • Crew members must possess the discipline and willingness to execute tasks even when they do not agree with or understand the reason for or the larger scope of the project. A quality standard of work must be maintained in such instances and be carried out without complaint.
  • All crew members are required to perform computer-based tasks such as email and searching the web. They must be able to utilize other office programs at a basic level as needed (or be willing and able to learn them).
  • Each member must have access to email/internet when away from work so as to receive and reply to essential communications.
  • Each team member must be able to work well not only within the crew but with the diverse makeup of the School’s staff, faculty and greater community. Each employee is expected to actively strive to avoid conflict, and/or to be able to work productively to resolve it and make amends.
  • Work schedules will follow an agreed-upon pattern, but crew members are expected to be flexible with unforeseen schedule changes, so long as reasonable notice is provided.
  • All crew members must wear the provided staff shirt as a daily uniform at all times, unless specifically directed otherwise by their supervisor.
  • Other dress requirements may range from safety-toed boots for heavy tasks to dressy attire depending on the situation.
  • Safety must always be a top priority. Team members are required to use personal protective equipment as directed by their supervisor, including ear/eye/skin protection and protective footwear, as well as any other equipment required for on-the-job safety, including COVID-19 protocol-required gear. 
  • All school gear must be treated with the utmost care.
  • COVID vaccination will be required for this position unless candidate has a legally valid exemption

Please submit your resume and cover letter for consideration to this position. Click here to apply: Apply

One of Crossroads School’s founding commitments is to developing a socially, economically and racially diverse student body. We are equally committed to a supporting a vibrant and diverse workforce. Crossroads is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer; we do not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, gender or gender identity, age or sexual orientation. People of color, women and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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