Camp Student Maintenance and Cleaning Staff
Location: Camp Otonabee - 1620 Sixth Line Rd. RR#1, Dunrobin, On
Type: Part-time, on call Contract until August 27, 2021 (10 weeks) with the option to extend
Preferred Start Date: Monday, Jun 21, 2021
Closing Date: Friday, Mar 05, 2021
As one of the largest charitable community service organizations in the National Capital Region, the YMCA-YWCA of the National Capital Region responds to critical social needs in the community and works to provide meaningful solutions. Serving more than 90,000 children, youth, and adults across our region annually, we are committed to promoting healthy living and fostering social responsibility within the community. This position requires a commitment to the Y mission and core values of responsibility, honesty, caring, and respect, which form the foundation of all Y programs and services.
Nature and Scope
This position reports directly to the site manager and will play an active role in the day to day operations of the maintenance and cleaning at Camp Otonabee.
This position has a pay grade of $ 14.31 per hour.
Some of the tasks of this position include:
- Operation of the heating and cooling system, including monitoring of gauges and control systems, troubleshooting, minor repairs, and preventative maintenance of equipment
- Advise management of the area in need of long term and or immediate attention
- Provide hands-on services in the area of cleaning
- Ensure prescribed cleaning procedures and sequences are followed in line with COVID-19 Policies and Procedures
- Ensure that proper cleaning products and tools are used according to directions
- General repairs to walls including patching, sanding & painting
- Change lights & ballasts and clean lenses, as needed
- Lock changes
- General cleaning duties in front and back of house areas.
- Facility grounds maintenance including lawn cutting, snow removal, etc. (Winter months may require an early start for snow removal)
- Conduct preventative maintenance tasks on facility equipment outlined by the Branch Manager
- Basic plumbing repairs including unplugging sinks & toilets
- Basic electrical repairs including repairs to receptacles, light switches, and ballasts
- Operates hand tools such as saws, drills, etc.
- Follows safe work practices and wears appropriate personal protective equipment (fall assist would be an asset)
- Completes work orders as assigned
- Commitment to Y Vision and Values: Demonstrates and promotes a personal understanding of an appreciation for the mission, vision, values, and strategic outcomes of the YMCA-YWCA.
- Concern for Health & Safety: Acknowledges and understands how to manage and educate others of risk and harm reduction.
- Quality Focus: Ensures that success criteria for self are set, reviewed, and surpassed regularly to provide excellent service delivery.
- Creativity and Innovation: Develops new ways or adapts existing ideas to help us achieve desired results. Challenge the status quo to discover more effective ways of performing.
- Teamwork: The ability to work effectively with others to achieve optimal collective results.
- Leadership: Motivates and inspires others to take action and achieve desired outcomes.
- Knowledge of Cleaning products, Materials, Equipment, and Techniques.
- Experience working in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work in English
- Bilingualism is considered an asset
- Able to read and follow written cleaning and safety standards to complete assigned duties to the quality level established
- WHMIS certified
- Current Standard First Aid & CPR-C certifications
- Knowledge of basic facility maintenance functions such as painting, plumbing, electrical and general repairs
- Experience in landscaping duties: lawn care, wood chipping, raking, etc.
- Experience dealing with clients in a positive and professional manner
- ability to provide flexibility in scheduling based on the camp’s needs
- Must provide a Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check, not older than 3 months, as per Association policy
- Annually all staff must complete the mandatory training for the Protecting Children, Youth, and Vulnerable Persons, and submit the certificate of completion.
How to Apply
A cover letter and resume must be submitted no later than the closing date to the YMCA-YWCA of the National Capital Region, Attn: Jacqueline Taylor, hiring manager: email@example.com
Please use the position title as the subject line in your application e-mail.
All internal applicants must inform their supervisor of their intention to apply for the position.
The YMCA-YWCA of the National Capital Region is committed to being an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please advise in advance if you require any accommodation during the application or selection process. We believe all people have the right to live free from discrimination or harassment of any kind. Any information you send us will be handled respectfully and in complete confidence.
The YMCA-YWCA of the National Capital Region is committed to providing a safe environment for children. Candidates will be thoroughly screened using background checks and a review process.
Thank you for your interest. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.