Community Counseling Center of Mercer County
  • Hermitage, PA, USA
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Excellent benefits: medical, dental, vision, 401k, PTO

POSITION:  The Custodial/Maintenance Worker can be a self-starter or work as a team player.  He/she is  responsible for quality maintenance and some custodial duties at agency buildings and vehicles.  This person will be able to work alone and be able to pace himself/herself to get job duties done in a timely manner.  Must be able to trouble shoot and ascertain importance of emergency situations versus everyday work needing done.    Reports directly to Maintenance Supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS: A semi-skilled person who can maintain a group of buildings by performing minor electrical, mechanical or plumbing duties. Minimum experience of two years in general maintenance work which has involved at least two of the building, electrical or mechanical trades.  (Acceptable trades include Carpenter, Mason, Plasterer, Painter, Plumber, Steamfitter, Roofer, Welder, Electrician (buildings), Mechanic (machinist, plant operator). Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be able to lift 50 pounds.



Routine maintenance and repair of buildings and equipment.

  1. opening blocked drains
  2. repairing leaky faucets
  3. replacing bulbs and switches, receptacles, and baluster
  4. replacing and repairing screens
  5. replacing broken windows and sashes
  6. making minor repairs to machinery
  7. mixing cement or plaster
  8. painting buildings, rooms, walls or other surfaces
  9. trimming & weeding flower beds and mulching shrub areas as needed
  10. planting flowers or mulching as needed
  11. cleaning and sweeping walks
  12. power washing and cleaning outside of building as needed
  13. shoveling sidewalks or snow blowing
  14. winterizing buildings as needed by weather stripping, putting plastic on windows
  15. moving furniture
  16. inventory & order parts as needed for minor repair work
  17. changing filters in heating & air cooling systems as required
  18. light construction work
  19. light mechanical duties


 Custodial duties

  1.  Picking up trash outside in lawn area.
  2. Maintaining smoking containers.
  3.  Operating and caring for vacuum sweepers, carpet cleaners, polishing machines or any other janitorial equipment
  4. delivering supplies
  5.  inventory and order supplies needed for job duties
  6. setting up & taking down tables for events
  7. cleaning floors and carpets

Van maintenance

  1. Deliver vans to be serviced
  2. Check oil, tires monthly
  3. Take vans through car wash when needed
  4. In extreme emergency situations, may need to substitute as van driver
  5. Replace brakes and rotors
  6. Tire Rotations
  7. Oil changes, Fluid Levels maintained
  8. Change of wipers, lights
  • Will be present for estimates of potential outside contracted work performed at CCC buildings and report to immediate supervisor or CFO.
  • Availability in extreme emergency situations
  • Other job duties may be assigned.
  • Maintains and upholds Community Counseling Center's policies, respects confidentiality, and exhibits a professional demeanor at all times while at work.
  • Any violation of policies and procedures/job duties will be subject to disciplinary action.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Can perform the essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodations, if necessary.
  • Participates in CCC CQI plan to ensure quality of service to CCC consumers.



I certify that, to the best of my knowledge, all statements shown above are correct.


I accept the responsibilities and terms of this job description.




                SIGNATURE OF EMPLOYEE                                                                                       DATE





  1. Describe how you are supervised by telling how your work is assigned and how your supervisor reviews your work.


Weekly supervision with tentative work schedule of immediate work duties versus routine work duties.  It is understood that emergency situations will arise where some routine duties will not be able to get done due to time constraints.  Necessary routine duties will be discussed and done.




  1. Prepare an organizational chart and identify your supervisor and all employee whose performance rating you sign by names and class titles. If you are not a supervisor, your supervisor must complete this part and identify his supervisor and all his subordinates.






Chief Financial & Operations Director



Administrative Officer



     Custodial/Maintenance Worker               Custodial/Maintenance Worker



   0    Total number of subordinates reporting to you.




  1. Describe the kind of supervision you give the employees on the above chart by explaining the type of work assigned and the type of work reviewed exercised. If you are not a supervisor, your supervisor must complete this part for all employees shown above.



At this time there will be no supervision of others done by this person.






  1. FOR THE EMPLOYEE'S IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Review your subordinate's statements.  You may make any comments or include any information you feel is appropriate or would be helpful.  Use additional paper if needed.




The content of this job description has been reviewed by the individual and the supervisor and both agree to its accuracy.




Employee's                                                                                   Class

Supervisor's Signature                                                                Title                                                                      Date 












REVIEWING ANALYST'S SIGNATURE                                                                                                                                DATE

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