Employment Opportunities at OLPH

Facilities Maintenance Coordinator, Part Time

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church and School is currently seeking a part-time Facilities
Maintenance Coordinator with immediate availability.

General Summary: Maintains the buildings and property of the parish, ensuring that all
facilities and grounds are clean, neat, and appealing. Ensures that the plumbing, electrical, and
mechanical systems are in good working order. Works with the Pastor to set up and implement
both short- and long-term maintenance plans for the site. Plans, directs, and coordinates all
maintenance duties of the Maintenance Worker in a team environment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities, but not limited to the following:

 Regular attendance is essential for this position.

 Ensures that the parish property is maintained in a clean and orderly manner, including but
not limited to:
 Vacuums, dusts, mops, scrubs and waxes floors
 Cleans bathrooms and washes windows
 Cleans parish offices
 Replaces light bulbs as necessary
 Checks roofs/gutters/downspouts for obstruction on a regular basis
 Keeps janitorial closets and cupboards clean and orderly at all times
 Collects and disposes of trash
 Shovels snow, spreads salt on public/employee passage ways to prevent ice buildup

 Responds promptly to work orders generated by the Pastor or Parish Business Manager in a
timely manner

 Maintains a maintenance log/checklist of duties that should be performed on a daily, weekly,
quarterly, and yearly basis. This log will be presented to the Pastor and receive periodic
inspections

 Troubleshoots, repairs and maintains regular maintenance and service work to all plumbing,
electrical systems, mechanical furnaces/boilers and air conditioners within the skill level of
the position or makes recommendations for outsourcing of repair/maintenance to the Pastor
or his designee while practicing good stewardship of parish funds

 Maintains all aspects of parish grounds and buildings including mowing, trimming, pesticide
and herbicide applications if necessary, pruning, planter bed maintenance, painting, weeding,
picking up trash anywhere on parish grounds, and custodial work

 Coordinates jobs and tasks to the Maintenance Worker with regular follow-up to ensure the
task is understood and completed. Provides coaching and instruction when necessary to
achieve task/goal

 Conducts weekly meetings with the Maintenance Worker to plan out the maintenance
priorities for the week and to ensure that all issues are completed in a timely manner

 Provides regular scheduled maintenance and repair of all parish equipment, tools and
vehicles
 Responsible for ongoing regular inspection of all property and building concerns in order to
be proactive before repairs become too costly; making detailed recommendations and costs
associated with the repair or the outsourcing of repair to the Pastor or his designee for
approval

 Develops safety policy and procedures for presentment to the Pastor and follows these safety
procedures for him/herself and other maintenance worker(s)

 Follows all safety policies and procedures. Brings safety concerns to the attention of the
Pastor or Business Manager in a timely manner

 While performing repair or maintenance, takes all available safety precautions for the
protection of self and others

 Follows procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment to prevent damage
to floors and fixtures

 Maintains an inventory of lighting, cleaning, and maintenance supplies. Processes purchase
orders with the approval of the Pastor or Parish Business Manager

 Provides set-up, teardown and clean-up for meetings and other parish functions including the
parish festival

 Responsible to maintain a level of personal grooming and appearance befitting the respectful
environment of working for the Church. This includes neatly trimmed hair and beards,
serviceable work shirts and trousers. (no holes, rips, tears, wrinkled work clothes)

 Ensures that the inside and outside of the church is decorated to the satisfaction of the pastor
during the holidays

 Performs any all other duties as assigned by the Pastor or Parish Business Manager

 Consistently demonstrates a positive, friendly, respectful and caring attitude with colleagues,
volunteers and all one serves in word and deed; projecting a welcoming atmosphere to all
who visit the parish, fostering the development of an atmosphere of hospitality and harmony
in the parish

 Duties may require some variable hours and on-call response after regular business hours to
meet the needs of the parish. May require some weekend, holiday, and evening work for
events

 Responds to cell phone calls, all-page/announcements in a timely manner. Makes supervisor
or his/her designee aware of times when he/she will be away from the parish campus

 Attends finance council meetings on a quarterly basis. Gives report on maintenance issues,
needs, and projects

 Assists office personnel with assigned tasks, such as moving boxes, cabinets, furniture, and
other related office equipment. Seeks help with moving large unmanageable objects as to not
inflict harm to self or others

The ideal candidate will: 1) be able to work different shifts – including weekends, holidays, and
special events, 2) be able to work in all types of weather – including extreme heat and cold
weather, 3) have a high school diploma or GED with at least two years’ experience as a custodial
maintenance worker, 4) have a valid driver’s license, 5) be able to pass FBI and BCI background
checks and assigned training videos prior to employment, and 6) be able to regularly stand, walk,
climb, as well as be able to lift or move up to 50 pounds

Applicants should send resume and cover letter to Howard Quinn at hquinn@olphtoledo.net.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, disability, and age to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, gender, disability, and age in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship program, or other school-administered programs.