This is a hybrid department which involves a wide range of responsibilities, including many security, maintenance, and customer service tasks. It offers a great opportunity to anyone who enjoys a variety of work, where every shift may be different and safety and service are always the top priorities. The strongest candidates for this team are naturally driven to serve, adaptive to change, enjoy a productive workload, and demonstrate initiative and discipline to direct their own priorities and work without constant supervision. Critical characteristics we are seeking include excellent communication, high energy and endurance, and ability to handle stress and competing priorities with a calm demeanor and very good judgement.
We are specifically seeking someone to work on call, to help fill in when staff need scheduled time off or call out unexpectedly.
Do you work best in a team that emphasizes integrity, compassion, respect and humility? Are you looking for a company that offers outstanding benefits, including medical, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability as well as tuition discounts and a robust time-off policy? Are you interested in working for a company where you will have opportunities for advancement and growth? If so, this may be a good fit for you.
The primary purpose of this position is to act as a deterrent to crime and oversee resident safety. As a Safety Officer you will respond to all resident emergency calls, observing and reporting any unusual activities that take place throughout the property. You will enforce the policies and rules set forth by Christian Care, and protect the rights of all residents within the framework of Federal, State and Local laws. To carry out these ideals, within the law and the rules of this institution, you will have the power to act as your professional judgment requires.
This position also spends significant time completing simple work orders, maintaining a safe and presentable campus, and assisting residents. The maintenance ‘arm’ of your role will require you to assist with general and minor on-site repairs, such as changing light bulbs and checking water temps. Maintaining a safe and presentable campus includes (but not limited to) locking up campus at night, checking for and reporting safety concerns or repairs needed, picking up trash around campus and pulling out dumpsters for trash day.
Assisting residents includes almost anything - from helping them get up after a fall and responding to calls for emergency assistance to plunging their toilet and fixing their TV connection. It's often like visiting Grandma and Grandpa to help them with things around the house (except no lawn mowing!). What may seem like a simple or even undesirable task is often an invaluable service to our residents and highly rewarding experience to us.