Full time Maintenance/Custodial Worker
Atikameg, AB T0G 0C0, Canada
Reporting to the MANAGER, the maintenance worker is responsible for the maintenance of the WFLFN Children’s Reunification Home, walkways, parking lot and grounds. The position will perform basic repairs, preventative maintenance and arrange for annual inspections of the building. The Maintenance Worker will work cooperatively and constructively with all staff to ensure the safety of the WFLFN Children’s Reunification Home staff, residents and visitors.
Duties & Responsibilities
• Receiving maintenance and repair work orders through the Manager.
• Diagnosing mechanical issues and correcting them.
• Arranging for regular vehicle maintenance i.e., oil changes, tire repair/installs.
• Performing monthly vehicle inspection and reporting concerns to the assigned driver supervisors for their follow up.
• Maintaining files for Each Vehicle to include information on maintenance, monthly vehicle mileage logs and equipment assigned.
• Arranging for quote submission from contractors and overseeing contractors to do professional work.
• Arranging for payment of contractors and submitting expenditures for payment.
• Attend staff or other meetings and training as requested.
• Implementing work place safety preventative measures such as signage, snow removal, debris removal, etc. for the safety of staff and visitors.
• Keeping the Manager up to date on safety and health concerns and the actions taken to mitigate risk of harm to staff and visitors.
• Developing preventative measures checklists and performing weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual health and safety inspections of the premise, equipment, heating, electric, plumbing and vehicles.
• Overseeing contractors when professional repairs are necessary.
Basic clean up of the building, such as cleaning floors
Requirements and qualifications:
• Proven maintenance experience.
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
• Skilled in the use of hand and power tools.
• Ability to take apart machines, equipment, or devices to remove and replace defective parts.
• Ability to check blueprints, repair manuals, or parts catalogs as necessary.
• Ability to use common tools such as hammers, hoists, saws, drills, and wrenches.
• Experience with precision measuring instruments or electronic testing devices.
• Strong organizational and follow up skills.
• Eye for detail.
• Team Player
• Ability to maintain focus while working individually.
• Strong time management skills.
Current & valid Alberta driver’s license; own vehicle or access to one; Child Intervention Record and Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) clearances; submit to an oath of confidentiality; personal telephone or access to telephone; current first aid certificate (note: training will be provided if certificate not currently held);
How to Apply
Send cover letter and resume to
or drop off at the Whitefish lake Reunification Home or
4:30 pm May 28, 2021