Volunteers of America- Minnesota Maintenance Technician in Anoka, Minnesota

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Maintenance Technician


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Primary Duty:

Responsible for maintaining all of buildings, grounds, equipment, vehicles, etc. in good working condition, in good working order and meets all local, state and federal safety and building codes.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Maintain and make additions to all buildings, grounds, equipment, vehicles, properties, etc. so that the total physical environment is conducive to the program goals

· Administer and maintain the maintenance, housekeeping, janitorial, laundry service and safety compliance regulations.

· Meet with direct supervisor on a weekly basis and address any and all matters that pertain to department.

· Remain within in amounts in line items in budgets pertaining to the maintenance department and formulate.

· Establish budget priorities for current budget and when new budgets are being formulated.

· Establish goals and objectives, both immediate and long range, for the department in relations to overall program.

· Screen, respond, and/or proceed on requests for maintenance, repair, new additions, etc.

· Follow through with all administrative decisions, policies, procedures, etc.

· Use proper channels of communication.

· Obtain and maintain necessary information and records in the department files or business office files on such things as equipment warranties, depreciation on buildings and equipment, repair manuals, audits of fuel in storage, electrical usage, equipment

and material purchases, lay out of sewers, water lines, electrical wires, safety records, OSHA and governmental inspection files, etc.

· Remain current on all policies, procedures and building codes that pertain to program.

· Contract with outside resource and services people deemed necessary to fulfill some of the work required with the department and monitor and/or supervise the work they perform.

· Assure program participant privacy is maintained by being knowledgeable and following HIPAA privacy and security regulations.

· Work a many hours as needed to complete the job.

· Attendance.

· Other duties as assigned.



· High School Diploma/GED

· 2 years post high school

· 3 years related experience

Other Skills/Requirements:

· A valid drivers license and a good driving record.

Program Description

Omegon Residential Treatment Center is a nonprofit, co-educational, dual-diagnosis facility which offers specialized treatment services for male and female adolescents, ages 12 to 17, who are experiencing serious emotional, social and/or behavioral disorders,

combined with the abuse/dependency on mood-altering chemicals. The Omegon treatment program consists of group, individual and family therapy in addition to health-oriented recreational, independent living skill development activities and special needs groups.

Psychiatric, psychological, educational and family system evaluations guide the treatment program.

About the Organization

Volunteers of America Minnesota is a nonprofit health and human services organization that annually serves more than 25,000 children, adolescents and their families, older adults, students, persons with disabilities and special needs, and adults completing

incarceration. Since 1896, we have helped people gain self-reliance, dignity and hope.

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to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure

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CFR 60-1.35(c)