Year round Facilities Technician position open at Camp Sunshine in Casco, Maine. Responsibilities include the upkeep and maintenance of of the 27 +/- acre campus and facilities.
*Perform ongoing preventive maintenance & repair work on mechanical, electrical and installed systems.
*Perform vehicle, system and mechanical inspections.
*Adhere to and comply with all Town, County, and State ordinances & codes.
*Maintenance of the buildings, grounds, equipment and related facilities.
*Perform basic plumbing, carpentry, electrical and automotive work.
Apply by: February 1 2019
Camp/Organization: Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake, Inc. (ACA Accredited)
Location: Casco, Maine
Type of Position: Maintenance/support Staff
Time Frame: Year Round
Salary: Competitive Compensation package
You must be able to lift, move, and push 25lbs regularly, 50lbs intermittently and 100lbs occasionally. One must be able to climb stairs and ladders. Experience in all or some of the following is required: landscaping, small engine maintenance and repair, automotive maintenance and repair, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry. A pool operator’s certificate is a bonus but not a requirement as we will send the right candidate to get certified. Experience running a chainsaw is also a plus but will train individuals how to safely operate a chainsaw if needed.
Experience in some or all of the following: landscaping, small engine maintenance & repair, automotive maintenance & repair, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry, pool operation and chainsaw use.
This is a year round full time position offering a competitive compensation package which includes full heath, dental, vision insurance. 403b retirement plan sick time and paid vacation. As well as a clothing allowance. Founded in 1984, Camp Sunshine provides retreats combining respite, recreation and support, while enabling hope and promoting joy, for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families through the various stages of a child’s illness. Camp Sunshine's program is offered year-round and has the distinction of having been designed to serve the entire family in a retreat model. The program is free of charge to families and includes on-site medical support. Bereavement sessions are also offered for families who have experienced the death of a child from a supported illness.