Details: Compensation and specific duties will be established as part of the employment decision.
2209 East Grace Street
This is a full-time residential position (or may be modified as a part-time non-residential position) for someone looking to work in the area of building maintenance in support of a community committed to the work of spiritual transformation in metropolitan Richmond. He/she will have the major responsibility for the day-to-day maintenance of the building; ensuring that the facility is in a condition that would provide excellence in operation, cleanliness and safety at all times; and coordinate repair and maintenance work with outside vendors and contractors as needed.
It is important that this person has a good working knowledge in areas of plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical maintenance, carpentry, and general maintenance; as well as the ability to converse with architects and engineers during times of extensive repair or re-modeling.
-Oversee the maintenance of the buildings and grounds of Richmond Hill insuring that repairs and maintenance are done within budgetary constraints.
-Serve on the Facilities Committee which meets no more than monthly reporting to the co-pastoral directors and Richmond Hill board.
-Schedule maintenance and repairs with service providers (those under contract and otherwise). Maintain a list of minor and major repair needs.
-Perform minor maintenance as capable.
-Purchase supplies for cleaning and maintenance in collaboration with our Hospitality Coordinator for residents and retreatants.
-Coordinate the cleaning and upkeep of the building in collaboration with the residents. Involve volunteer assistance and professional expertise on occasion and when appropriate. Volunteers may also be coordinated to perform minor maintenance projects.
-Monitor and manage all building systems at Richmond Hill including telephone, security, and HVAC controls using exiting program software for heating/cooling.
-Act as Site Coordinator and staff liaison for capital improvements (significant renovations to a portion of the property are planned for 2019-2020).
- Full-Time Residential Expectations: participate as a full member of the Community of Richmond Hill. Attend staff meetings, coordinate work with the RH community, support and commit to the mission of Richmond Hill to provide hospitality, seek healing, offer spiritual development and pursue racial reconciliation. This includes volunteering for hosting duties during the workweek and on weekends, as time permits; helping to keep common spaces clean and orderly; joining in community prayers at 7 a.m., 12 noon, and 6 p.m. when on site; arranging personal, staff, and volunteer schedules according to the rhythm of life of the community; attending Monday formation gatherings and Tuesday evening community worship services.
- Part-Time Non-Residential Expectations: Attend staff meetings, coordinate work with the RH community, support and commit to the mission of Richmond Hill to provide hospitality, seek healing, offer spiritual development and pursue racial reconciliation, which includes joining in community prayers at 7 a.m., 12 noon, and 6 p.m. when on site and arranging your work schedule according to the rhythm of life of the community.
For full-time residents, room and board, a monthly stipend and health insurance are provided
Minimum Education Required