Participate in emergency planning and drills. Serve as a member of the Crisis Management Team
Continuously monitor 2-way radios during work hours
4. Other Duties as Assigned.
Equity and Inclusion - Employee lives the stated mission of the school, and values and respects diversity in all facets of school life. Employee promotes equity and inclusion in work with students, families and colleagues.
Collaboration - In keeping with Chestnut Hill School's commitment to a strong community, employee exemplifies cooperation and collaboration, demonstrates leadership when necessary, is a supportive team member when needed, and assists others to ensure deadlines and goals are met.
Communication - Employee exercises clear, constructive, and appropriate written and verbal communication with students, colleagues and administration.
Critical Observation and Problem-Solving - Employee demonstrates the ability to not only gather information but to also interpret, analyze and suggest next steps based upon data. employee assesses problems and utilizes all available resources to resolve challenges through proper channels.
Ability to walk, stand, maintain balance, climb ladders, crouch, lift up to 50 pounds, bend, stoop, and reach above shoulder level
Ability to perform routine tasks without close supervision
Available off-hours and on-call
Knowledge and experience with plumbing, painting, electrical, carpentry, & landscaping
Available for snow removal on weekends and off-hours
General maintenance and cleaning experience
Current driver’s license and clean driving record
Strong communication skills and able to follow instructions
Reliable and responsible
Ability to withstand inside and outside environmental conditions
Fingerprint Background check.
About The Chestnut Hill School
The Chestnut Hill School, founded in 1860 and located in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, is a co-educational, independent school educating students from Beginners (age 3) through Grade 6. The School lives its commitment to academic excellence, diversity, and community, recognizing that these inextricable values are required to optimize learning, a sense of belonging, civility, and compassion. CHS graduates stand up for their beliefs, express their thoughts, and care about the rights and feelings of others. We welcome applications from individuals who are willing to join a warm, inclusive, and joyful school community and are able to contribute to the fulfillment of our mission.