1. Problem Solving- The ability to predict, recognize, and define problems. Skill in generating, selecting, and implementing timely and meaningful solutions.
2. Follow Through – The demonstration of reliability and a full commitment to complete assigned responsibilities with minimal supervision. A willingness to take responsibility for actions, solve problems as they arise, keep all parties fully informed, and stay with a job through all stages of completion.
3. Quality-The level of ability to perform work assignments free from mistakes or errors.
4. Job Knowledge-The level of knowledge, skills, and education required to perform job duties, and their application to job functions. Commitment to expanding knowledge, skills, and/or education.
5. Teamwork-The ability to promote positive work relationships with area staff, team members, and supervisors. The degree of problem solving, communication, listening, cooperation, and productivity demonstrated while working with others to successfully meet goals.
Knowledge and Skills:
Three to five years of related experience required with mechanical aptitude and the ability to perform basic repairs and maintenance. For example, painting, simple plumbing and carpentry.
A high school education or GED.
Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job. Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the organization for purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, or soliciting cooperation.
Mechanical aptitude with the ability to perform basic repairs and maintenance, for example, painting, simple plumbing and carpentry. Must have a valid driver's license.
Regularly lift 25 to 50 pounds and occasionally up to 100 pounds. Must be able to climb stairs and use a ladder.