Job Summary:General building and property maintenance to include, but is not necessarily limited to, Keeping lots and property clean from trash. Some landscaping to include pulling of weeds, trimming trees and bushes, spraying beds with weed killer, mulching and leaf cleanup in fall. Other duties include snow duty, shoveling of walks and spreading ice melt. May also include light maintenance such as painting inside and out, cleaning, general carpentry, plumbing, electrical and maintenance of machinery and equipment. The exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance is crucial.
- Responsible for physical condition, maintenance, repair, custodial care and appearance of credit union buildings, and other facilities. Examples of job responsibilities will include, but are not necessarily limited to general building and property maintenance, painting, plumbing repairs, carpentry work, installation of flooring, cleaning of flooring, pressure washing of parking lot, sidewalk and drive way surfaces, drive way and walk way patch/repairs, maintenance or replacement of lighting fixtures, re-lamping of lighting fixtures, etc.
- Where necessary, acts as liaison between credit union and outside maintenance vendors to insure facilities and equipment are properly maintained.
- Employee is regularly required to do data entry, and will require some computer skills with a basic understanding of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, various Terminal Control Software and other related programs.
- Job requires warehouse work and general office level bending, lifting, carrying, reaching, stooping and pulling.
- Capable of handling weight up to 100 pounds.
- Ability to work indoors and outdoors during extreme weather conditions.
- Perform cleaning of all branches.
- Moving equipment
- Yard work—mowing, trimming, weeding, landscaping, etc.
- Must be able to reach 6 ½ feet in height and reach low shelves.
- Clearing of snow with snow shovel and/or snow blower. Use of ice melt or other salt type chemicals.
- Understand and comply with all state and federal regulations and laws. Where applicable, ensure compliance with all governing regulations to include the Bank Secrecy Act requirements. Bank Secrecy Act knowledge will be determined by the employee’s position and responsibility.
- SLCCU generally purchases outside vendor maintenance contracts to insure the condition and timely repair of trade fixtures and office equipment. Other duties may however, include general office equipment maintenance, lubrication and or cleaning of assemblies within the scope of what is considered “User Serviceable”.
- Complete special projects and miscellaneous assignments or functions as required and/or assigned.
- Work schedules will vary. Some circumstances will require early morning, evenings, weekend and/or Holiday hours. Examples include, but are not limited to, ATM maintenance, inclement weather, maintenance projects where it is necessary or desirable to perform work, or have work performed while the facility is unoccupied, and/or emergency circumstances, which may arise.
Each employee of St. Louis Community will be held to and accountable for each of the areas outlined in our “ACT” plan listed below:
- Reliable: ready to work at scheduled times
- DWYSYWD: do what you say you will do
- Responsible: perform job duties accurately, on time and within budget; don’t pass the buck when something goes wrong
- Resourceful: run it like you own it (use CU resources wisely)
- Avoiding actions that warrant a write-up
- Adhere to all Credit Union policies and procedures
- Having a strong attention to detail to avoid repeated errors and errors due to blatant negligence.
- Supportive: help your co-workers succeed
- Cooperative: work together, not in isolation (together, everyone achieves more)
- Golden Rule: treat others the way you want to be treated
- Attitude: help create a friendly and positive atmosphere wherever you are
- Having no negative internal survey reports
- High school, trade school graduate or equivalent work experience.
- Capable of completing tasks with minimal supervision.
- Must have amiable and congenial interpersonal relationship skills.
- Must be friendly, enthusiastic, dependable, and detailed oriented.
- Must have reliable transportation, valid driver’s license, safe driving record and proof of insurance.
- Must be able to handle and lift a minimum of 100 lbs. and bend down to low shelves and cabinets.
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with special needs to perform essential functions.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to do data entry, stand/walk, bend/stoop/crouch, kneel/push/bend, talk and or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or carry up to 100 pounds.
- The employee must occasionally drive from his or her home office to different branches and other locations. A valid driver’s license is required. The employee must have his or her own personal transportation as well as the minimum required insurance coverage mandated by Missouri state law.
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Ancillary life insurance
- Matching 401(k)
- Paid vacation time, personal days plus federal holidays
- Competitive Pay
- Paid Training
- Opportunities for career growth (promoting from within)