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Part - Time Facilities Assistant

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Tammy Pinson
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Bethesda, Maryland
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The Facilities Assistant is responsible for providing maintenance and technical assistance to the Facilities Manager.

Facilities Management:
• Reviews work requests, prepares work orders, maintains supporting documentation and histories.
• Repairs, maintains, and installs typical office and residential furniture and fixtures; plumbing fixtures; and kitchen appliances. Performs basic preventative maintenance (e.g. replacing air filters) on heating and cooling equipment.
• Purchases supplies to support maintenance and repairs.
• Maintains preventative maintenance program including TCI-owned vehicles.
• Coordinates and supports NIH maintenance staff, housekeeping staff, contractors, and volunteer activities related to facilities. Ensures quality and contract performance.
• Assists the Facilities Manager in Project Management of building renovations, alterations, and improvements.
• Coordinates storage facilities.
• Other duties as assigned by the Facilities Manager.

Guest Relations:
• Promote a homelike environment of support and understanding for residents of the Inn
• Become familiar with all Inn rules, policies and services as they relate to the families residing at The Children’s Inn
• Maintain flexibility and acknowledge stress of communal living
• Professionally represent the values and mission of The Children’s Inn at all times and internalize the philosophy that the Inn’s families come first
• Meet reasonable needs of Inn residents

High School diploma required; college coursework preferred.
Minimum three (3) years experience in “hands-on” maintenance and repairs, including finish carpentry and light plumbing skills.
Must be able to demonstrate a commitment to quality workmanship. Must exhibit attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and follow-through on assigned projects. Professional oral and written communication skills are required, and Spanish speaking ability is a plus. Must have ability to work in a fast-changing, service-driven environment. Position requires ability to use basic hand and power tools, to work on ladders up to 6’ above the floor, and the ability to lift 50 lbs.
Must be in good general health with no history of chronic diseases that could be hazardous to the residents of The Children’s Inn.
Schedule is 20 hours per week based on organizational need, Monday through Thursday during business hours.

For more information about The Children’s Inn, please visit our website.

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