“AK Child & Family practices the Sanctuary Model which is
a non-hierarchical, highly participatory, trauma-informed and evidence-supported whole culture approach, which helps the organization function in a safe, democratic and socially responsible manner and thereby provide effective treatment for clients and the community. We expect all of our employees, families and students to learn, understand and implement this model as part of their daily responsibilities and commitment to the culture of this agency.”
- All positions at AK Child & Family may have responsibilities altered during the course of employment due to agency imperatives.
All employees with AK Child & Family are required to be in compliance with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid COVID vaccine mandate. The mandate requires that by 2/14/22, staff at all health care facilities must have received their first dose of a 2-shot series (Moderna or Pfizer, currently) or a single dose of a 1-shot vaccine (Johnson and Johnson, currently) with the exception of those that have sought and been granted an exemption to the COVID mandate. Staff must complete this step before they can provide any care, treatment or other services for the facility and/or its patients. By 3/15/22, all staff with the exception of those that have sought and been granted an exemption to the COVID mandate, must complete the primary vaccination series.
Benefits are available to both Part-Time and Full-Time employees!
- Medical, Pharmacy, Dental, & Vision – with HRA!
- Flexible Spending Account
- Dependent Care Account
- Group Life and AD&D
- Long-Term Disability
- Employee Assistance Program
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Paid Time Off (PTO) – 13 hours/month in 1st year and then increases
- 2 Floating Holidays/year
- 6 Observed Holidays: double-time pay for working on the Holiday
- Bonuses: Longevity & Referral
- Educational Support Program
- $15.00/hour+ DOE & Education
- Variances are available based on approval.
- 3% pay increase after successful completion of 6-month Intro Period.
- Annual raises are based on the annual budget and not guaranteed each year.
- The Maintenance Person reports directly to the Maintenance Supervisor and works collaboratively with other staff personnel.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- The Maintenance Person must demonstrate the ability to perform general maintenance on buildings, grounds and equipment, and to maintain written records of all maintenance functions and activities.
Education and experience:
- A minimum of two (2) years experience in general maintenance of grounds, buildings, and equipment.
- The Maintenance Person must have a valid Alaska driver’s license and be able to drive a variety of vehicles ranging from snow plow trucks to 14 passenger vans.
- The ability and agility to move in and out of AK Child & Family buildings including all crawl spaces, mechanical rooms, attics and other areas as required is essential.
- The Maintenance Person must be able to perform ground maintenance such as digging, mowing, chopping, shoveling and snow blowing, operate and troubleshoot mechanical equipment related to carpentry, sanding, snow removal, and heating.
- The ability to lift and move furniture, mechanical equipment, supplies and other required objects up to fifty (50) pounds is required, as is the ability to paint walls and ceilings with both water and oil base paints.
- The Maintenance Person must be able to operate lawnmowers and grass trimmers and to accurately write and provide written documentation related to purchases, inventory, work performed, and quality improvement initiatives.