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  • ... Salary: 118000 per year
  • Posted on: May 07, 2024       Expires on: Jun 21, 2024

Director of Capital Planning and Maintenance   

JOB TITLE:

Director of Capital Planning and Maintenance

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Port angeles Washington United States

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DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL PLANNING AND MAINTENANCE

(Full-Time Exempt)

Open Date: 6 May 2024

Close Date: 23 May 2024

Anticipated Start Date: 1 July 2024

PENINSULA COLLEGE’S COMMITMENT TO EQUITY

Our collaboratively developed shared definition of equity is that as a College “we aspire to ensure that all students, faculty, and staff have access to resources and support in proportion to their needs and that they feel respected, connected, and can thrive in their goals.
” Peninsula College’s equity efforts are led by an Equity Standing Committee with cross-campus representation.
The committee appoints equity work groups and develops, assesses, and updates an annual equity plan.
That committee’s collective work has identified the need for a position that can lead the College’s work in equitable hiring practices and equity training for all employees and that can act as resource for the College’s equity partners by sharing expertise and leadership.

THE COLLEGE

Located in the northwest corner of the United States, Peninsula College is nestled in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains.
The main campus in Port Angeles, Washington, overlooks the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the nearby city of Victoria, British Columbia, and has easy access to the Pacific Ocean, Olympic National Park, and Seattle.
Port Angeles is two hours from Seattle and a one-hour ferry ride to Victoria, Canada.
The College is honored to serve six sovereign American Indian nations in the region: Jamestown S’Klallam, Lower Elwha Klallam, Quileute, Makah, Hoh, and Port Gamble S’Klallam.

The College is honored to have strong relationships with these six federally recognized Tribes in the College’s service district.
The College is home to Longhouse of Learning.
It is the first Longhouse in the nation to be built on a community College campus.
The College offers transferable Indigenous language courses in Klallam/S’Klallam, Makah and Quileute and Hoh languages.
Instructional programs include a Tribal Homeland Security & Emergency Management certificate and an Integrated Indigenous Studies transfer pathway.
The College is committed to doing more and taking future direction from the Tribes.

As a public comprehensive community college with baccalaureate-granting authority, Peninsula College is highly regarded by businesses, schools, and community partners for its culture of inclusiveness, innovation, high academic standards, and community engagement.
The College is part of the 34-college Washington State Community and Technical College System and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

The College serves more than 2,500 students through its main campus and Port Townsend and Forks campuses, its correctional facilities, community education, and its online course offerings.
The College community is vibrant, engaged, and known for its commitment to serving the diverse needs of the local communities across its 3,600 square mile service district.

The College culture is defined by its Guiding Principles and its shared governance model, which values respect, open and honest communication, integrity and collaboration.
The College is a leader in the Guided Pathways work in Washington State and sees developing an equitable and socially just institution as a central part of that work.
The College is highly regarded as a warm and welcoming place.
Click here for a video about Peninsula College.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Director of Capital Planning and Maintenance provides leadership for all activities involved in planning, developing, operating, and maintaining buildings used across multiple campuses.
The position is also responsible for the overall leadership and management of the College’s capital projects planning and project management in cooperation with the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) and the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) staff.
Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for establishing a comprehensive space planning program to ensure effective utilization of campus facilities consistent with the concept of quality for the intended use.
The Director will prepare a variety of planning, space utilization, and project reports to inform senior leadership and campus constituencies regarding the need for facility replacement, renovation, or repairs, and to support related decisions to best position the College’s physical assets to meet future programmatic needs.
This position actively supports and engages in Peninsula College’s values for student learning, diversity, equity and inclusion, sustainability, and energy efficiency.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

Position reports to: Vice President for Finance and Administration

Position supervises: Four Maintenance Mechanics

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

· Plan, manage and supervise all aspects of capital project management; including timeline creation, milestone completions, and stakeholder notification; coordinate and recommend plans for major and minor capital projects submitted to the SBCTC for funding.

· Coordinate all capital projects with the DES including completion, submission and record-keeping of all pertinent files, records, paperwork, design drawings, etc.
necessary to achieve high quality and timely capital projects.

· Perform all budget planning, tracking, coding, and forecasting for all major and minor capital projects to ensure the best use of resources and the successful completion of projects.

· Coordinate with other departments to maintain campus standard documentation for capital projects and ensure their compliance throughout the design, construction and continued use of the asset.

· Coordinate and assist with the development and planning of campus space inventory and support the Space Needs team regarding facility space utilization, and related space planning issues.

· Prepare and manage a preventative maintenance plan and schedule.

· Collaboratively create and manage campus facility standards.

· Lead the preparation and management of physical plant and property inventory and continually review for needed updates to the preventative maintenance plan and schedule, with the support from Director of Facility Operations.

· Coordinate with the Director of Facility Operations to develop and maintain a list of reports of facility deficiencies and assist with field surveys, cost estimation and reporting to SBCTC as needed.

· Coordinate the Facility Master Plan Committee to produce and regularly update the Facility Master Plan.

· Manage permanent building records for all campus buildings.

· Coordinate and maintain college energy conservation program.

· Ensure College and department compliance with all applicable statues, regulations, internal controls, policies, and procedures pertaining to capital and facility projects – includes receiving, evaluating, distributing, and responding to contractor, consultant, and regulatory agency correspondence; establishing a system for dispute resolution; review and respond to delay claims; develop proposed solutions to solve outstanding problems.

· Direct supervision of maintenance department staff including but not limited to: scheduling, evaluations, and day-to-day operations.

· Assist with the duties of the Director of Facility Operations as necessary.

· Other duties as assigned.

Required Competencies: Knowledge, skills and abilities:

· Promptly respond to requests for service and assistance; keep others in the loop as needed; maintain orderly physical and electronic records; present a professional image to students/public; follow policies and procedures.

· Experience and success with interpreting and implementing rules, regulations, and codes related to facility development and operations.

· Ability to direct and manage all phases of construction project development and implementation.

· Key understanding and experience in fiscal accountability and program account management including cost estimates, budgets, and certifying payments.

· Strong understanding of project records management and maintenance, project status reports, budget status and project planning statements.

· Building construction materials, methods, practices, and able to read and interpret plans and specifications.

· Practice sustainability.

· Leadership, communication, and management skills to work effectively as a member of a team and independently.

· Exercise strong collaborative and dispute resolution skills.

· Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations and goals of the institution, and community and technical college system – Strong ethics, integrity, and sound professional judgement.

· Demonstrate understanding and value for the contributions that a diverse workforce can make to the success of the organization and the students we serve.

· Acceptance of the responsibility to always promote the welfare and best interests of students, faculty and staff.

· Demonstrate understanding and acceptance of the mission, values, goals, objectives, and guiding principles of Peninsula College.

· Support diversity.

· Advanced computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office products.

· Knowledge of laws, regulations, and codes related to buildings and infrastructure.

Required Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, business management, project management or other related field from an institutionally accredited college or university.
Equivalent education, certification or experience may be substituted for the degree.

· Five (5) years or more of progressive experience, which includes supervision in construction management, project planning, space planning and/or capital project management, including fiscal management of projects.

· Experience and success with interpreting and implementing rules, regulations, and codes related to facility development and operations.

· Ability to read and interpret plans, blueprints, and schematics.

· Experience using facilities data management systems, room utilization systems and construction workflow management systems.

· Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively and maintain cooperative and harmonious working relationships with students, faculty and staff.

Required Physical Abilities:

· Work at heights, move and relocate objects up to 60 pounds, work in adverse weather conditions such as rain, snow, and ice.
Position may require the ability to perform heavy, outside work in inclement weather when needed.

· Possibility of crawling, kneeling, and climbing on construction sites as required.

· Exposure to high noise levels and a variety of physical conditions, such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places, and exposure to high heat or chemicals.

Work schedule and environment:

· Work schedule can be dependent on project requirement and needs - typically M-F 7:00 am – 4:00 pm.

· Must be available occasional evenings, nights, and weekends to respond to emergency calls and report to campus as needed during inclement weather and emergency facility conditions.
Summer schedule may vary to four 10-hour days.

· Work locations are the buildings and grounds of the Port Angeles, Forks, and Port Townsend campus locations and other sites as they come about.

· Travel – Occasional short trips to campus locations, off-campus to city municipalities, and council meetings across the state.

EMPLOYMENT PAY AND BENEFITS INFORMATION

· Full-Time Exempt position

· Annual Salary Range: $100,000.
00 - $118,000.
00

· Anticipated monthly salary: $8333.
33 – 9,416.
67

Full Time Employee Benefits:

· Excellent benefits package including medical, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance; paid vacation and sick leave; retirement plan options; optional credit union and tax-deferred annuity programs.
Peninsula College contributes $1,145 per month towards the cost of the Washington State employee insurance programs.
The college also supports professional development.

· Peninsula College is a qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program.
If you work for the College full time, have had Direct Loans and are on an eligible repayment plan, you are eligible to apply.

· Full-time employees are eligible to apply and participate in the Peninsula College Employee Tuition Program.

· Sick leave accrual is 8 hours per month.

· Vacation Leave accrual is 16 hours per month.

Application Submission Procedure:

A complete application file will include:

  • College employment application (online)
  • PDF - current resume
  • PDF - Cover letter addressing specific qualifications of this position, and provide a one to two sentence statement on how you may be able to contribute to a culture of equity at Peninsula College
  • PDF - three current professional references qualified to assess your experience and ability to perform the duties specified.
    Please include references’ name, email addresses and telephone numbers

* In compliance with the Immigration and Naturalization Act, proof of authorization to work in the United States will be required at the time of hire.

* Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted.
Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant’s suitability and competence to perform in the position.

Application materials may be uploaded electronically, by mail, or email:

Human Resources

Peninsula College

1502 E.
Lauridsen Blvd.

Port Angeles, WA 98362

Phone: (360) 417-6298

Email: pchr@pencol.
edu

Applications submitted electronically will be accepted without signatures.

Jeanne Clery Statement:

Notice of Availability of Annual Security Report—Peninsula College’s Annual Crime/Security Report is available here, containing mandated information about current campus policies concerning safety and security issues, required statistics, and other related information.
To obtain a paper copy of the report, please call 360-417-6559.

Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment:

Peninsula College is compliant with Title IX best practices.
For more information visit, Anti-Harassment and Nondiscrimination | Title IX.

Peninsula College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, families with children, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, including gender identity, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, genetic information, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities.
Coordination of compliance is the responsibility of the Human Resources Officer, Hanan Zawideh, titleixcrd@pencol.
edu, (360) 417-6212.

Requesting Accommodations for Employment:

Please contact the Peninsula College Human Resources office, 360-417-6298 or email pchr@pencol.
edu to request for any accommodations.

Peninsula College is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $100,000.
00 - $118,000.
00 per year

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Relocation assistance
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

Experience level:

  • 5 years

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends as needed

Work setting:

  • In-person

Experience:

  • Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • Driver's License (Required)

Ability to Commute:

  • Port Angeles, WA 98362 (Required)

Ability to Relocate:

  • Port Angeles, WA 98362: Relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: In person

Position Details

POSTED:

May 07, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

118000 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1715659551-25cb876b61d8279822fa8792d0eeb79f

LOCATION:

Washington United States

CITY:

Port angeles

Job Origin:

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DIRECTOR OF CAPITAL PLANNING AND MAINTENANCE

(Full-Time Exempt)

Open Date: 6 May 2024

Close Date: 23 May 2024

Anticipated Start Date: 1 July 2024

PENINSULA COLLEGE’S COMMITMENT TO EQUITY

Our collaboratively developed shared definition of equity is that as a College “we aspire to ensure that all students, faculty, and staff have access to resources and support in proportion to their needs and that they feel respected, connected, and can thrive in their goals.” Peninsula College’s equity efforts are led by an Equity Standing Committee with cross-campus representation. The committee appoints equity work groups and develops, assesses, and updates an annual equity plan. That committee’s collective work has identified the need for a position that can lead the College’s work in equitable hiring practices and equity training for all employees and that can act as resource for the College’s equity partners by sharing expertise and leadership.

THE COLLEGE

Located in the northwest corner of the United States, Peninsula College is nestled in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. The main campus in Port Angeles, Washington, overlooks the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the nearby city of Victoria, British Columbia, and has easy access to the Pacific Ocean, Olympic National Park, and Seattle. Port Angeles is two hours from Seattle and a one-hour ferry ride to Victoria, Canada. The College is honored to serve six sovereign American Indian nations in the region: Jamestown S’Klallam, Lower Elwha Klallam, Quileute, Makah, Hoh, and Port Gamble S’Klallam.

The College is honored to have strong relationships with these six federally recognized Tribes in the College’s service district. The College is home to Longhouse of Learning. It is the first Longhouse in the nation to be built on a community College campus. The College offers transferable Indigenous language courses in Klallam/S’Klallam, Makah and Quileute and Hoh languages. Instructional programs include a Tribal Homeland Security & Emergency Management certificate and an Integrated Indigenous Studies transfer pathway. The College is committed to doing more and taking future direction from the Tribes.

As a public comprehensive community college with baccalaureate-granting authority, Peninsula College is highly regarded by businesses, schools, and community partners for its culture of inclusiveness, innovation, high academic standards, and community engagement. The College is part of the 34-college Washington State Community and Technical College System and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

The College serves more than 2,500 students through its main campus and Port Townsend and Forks campuses, its correctional facilities, community education, and its online course offerings. The College community is vibrant, engaged, and known for its commitment to serving the diverse needs of the local communities across its 3,600 square mile service district.

The College culture is defined by its Guiding Principles and its shared governance model, which values respect, open and honest communication, integrity and collaboration. The College is a leader in the Guided Pathways work in Washington State and sees developing an equitable and socially just institution as a central part of that work. The College is highly regarded as a warm and welcoming place. Click here for a video about Peninsula College.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Director of Capital Planning and Maintenance provides leadership for all activities involved in planning, developing, operating, and maintaining buildings used across multiple campuses. The position is also responsible for the overall leadership and management of the College’s capital projects planning and project management in cooperation with the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) and the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) staff. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for establishing a comprehensive space planning program to ensure effective utilization of campus facilities consistent with the concept of quality for the intended use. The Director will prepare a variety of planning, space utilization, and project reports to inform senior leadership and campus constituencies regarding the need for facility replacement, renovation, or repairs, and to support related decisions to best position the College’s physical assets to meet future programmatic needs. This position actively supports and engages in Peninsula College’s values for student learning, diversity, equity and inclusion, sustainability, and energy efficiency.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS

Position reports to: Vice President for Finance and Administration

Position supervises: Four Maintenance Mechanics

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

· Plan, manage and supervise all aspects of capital project management; including timeline creation, milestone completions, and stakeholder notification; coordinate and recommend plans for major and minor capital projects submitted to the SBCTC for funding.

· Coordinate all capital projects with the DES including completion, submission and record-keeping of all pertinent files, records, paperwork, design drawings, etc. necessary to achieve high quality and timely capital projects.

· Perform all budget planning, tracking, coding, and forecasting for all major and minor capital projects to ensure the best use of resources and the successful completion of projects.

· Coordinate with other departments to maintain campus standard documentation for capital projects and ensure their compliance throughout the design, construction and continued use of the asset.

· Coordinate and assist with the development and planning of campus space inventory and support the Space Needs team regarding facility space utilization, and related space planning issues.

· Prepare and manage a preventative maintenance plan and schedule.

· Collaboratively create and manage campus facility standards.

· Lead the preparation and management of physical plant and property inventory and continually review for needed updates to the preventative maintenance plan and schedule, with the support from Director of Facility Operations.

· Coordinate with the Director of Facility Operations to develop and maintain a list of reports of facility deficiencies and assist with field surveys, cost estimation and reporting to SBCTC as needed.

· Coordinate the Facility Master Plan Committee to produce and regularly update the Facility Master Plan.

· Manage permanent building records for all campus buildings.

· Coordinate and maintain college energy conservation program.

· Ensure College and department compliance with all applicable statues, regulations, internal controls, policies, and procedures pertaining to capital and facility projects – includes receiving, evaluating, distributing, and responding to contractor, consultant, and regulatory agency correspondence; establishing a system for dispute resolution; review and respond to delay claims; develop proposed solutions to solve outstanding problems.

· Direct supervision of maintenance department staff including but not limited to: scheduling, evaluations, and day-to-day operations.

· Assist with the duties of the Director of Facility Operations as necessary.

· Other duties as assigned.

Required Competencies: Knowledge, skills and abilities:

· Promptly respond to requests for service and assistance; keep others in the loop as needed; maintain orderly physical and electronic records; present a professional image to students/public; follow policies and procedures.

· Experience and success with interpreting and implementing rules, regulations, and codes related to facility development and operations.

· Ability to direct and manage all phases of construction project development and implementation.

· Key understanding and experience in fiscal accountability and program account management including cost estimates, budgets, and certifying payments.

· Strong understanding of project records management and maintenance, project status reports, budget status and project planning statements.

· Building construction materials, methods, practices, and able to read and interpret plans and specifications.

· Practice sustainability.

· Leadership, communication, and management skills to work effectively as a member of a team and independently.

· Exercise strong collaborative and dispute resolution skills.

· Perform assigned duties in a manner consistent with applicable laws, regulations and goals of the institution, and community and technical college system – Strong ethics, integrity, and sound professional judgement.

· Demonstrate understanding and value for the contributions that a diverse workforce can make to the success of the organization and the students we serve.

· Acceptance of the responsibility to always promote the welfare and best interests of students, faculty and staff.

· Demonstrate understanding and acceptance of the mission, values, goals, objectives, and guiding principles of Peninsula College.

· Support diversity.

· Advanced computer skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office products.

· Knowledge of laws, regulations, and codes related to buildings and infrastructure.

Required Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction management, business management, project management or other related field from an institutionally accredited college or university. Equivalent education, certification or experience may be substituted for the degree.

· Five (5) years or more of progressive experience, which includes supervision in construction management, project planning, space planning and/or capital project management, including fiscal management of projects.

· Experience and success with interpreting and implementing rules, regulations, and codes related to facility development and operations.

· Ability to read and interpret plans, blueprints, and schematics.

· Experience using facilities data management systems, room utilization systems and construction workflow management systems.

· Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively and maintain cooperative and harmonious working relationships with students, faculty and staff.

Required Physical Abilities:

· Work at heights, move and relocate objects up to 60 pounds, work in adverse weather conditions such as rain, snow, and ice. Position may require the ability to perform heavy, outside work in inclement weather when needed.

· Possibility of crawling, kneeling, and climbing on construction sites as required.

· Exposure to high noise levels and a variety of physical conditions, such as proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, working on scaffolding and high places, and exposure to high heat or chemicals.

Work schedule and environment:

· Work schedule can be dependent on project requirement and needs - typically M-F 7:00 am – 4:00 pm.

· Must be available occasional evenings, nights, and weekends to respond to emergency calls and report to campus as needed during inclement weather and emergency facility conditions. Summer schedule may vary to four 10-hour days.

· Work locations are the buildings and grounds of the Port Angeles, Forks, and Port Townsend campus locations and other sites as they come about.

· Travel – Occasional short trips to campus locations, off-campus to city municipalities, and council meetings across the state.

EMPLOYMENT PAY AND BENEFITS INFORMATION

· Full-Time Exempt position

· Annual Salary Range: $100,000.00 - $118,000.00

· Anticipated monthly salary: $8333.33 – 9,416.67

Full Time Employee Benefits:

· Excellent benefits package including medical, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance; paid vacation and sick leave; retirement plan options; optional credit union and tax-deferred annuity programs. Peninsula College contributes $1,145 per month towards the cost of the Washington State employee insurance programs. The college also supports professional development.

· Peninsula College is a qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. If you work for the College full time, have had Direct Loans and are on an eligible repayment plan, you are eligible to apply.

· Full-time employees are eligible to apply and participate in the Peninsula College Employee Tuition Program.

· Sick leave accrual is 8 hours per month.

· Vacation Leave accrual is 16 hours per month.

Application Submission Procedure:

A complete application file will include:

  • College employment application (online)
  • PDF - current resume
  • PDF - Cover letter addressing specific qualifications of this position, and provide a one to two sentence statement on how you may be able to contribute to a culture of equity at Peninsula College
  • PDF - three current professional references qualified to assess your experience and ability to perform the duties specified. Please include references’ name, email addresses and telephone numbers

* In compliance with the Immigration and Naturalization Act, proof of authorization to work in the United States will be required at the time of hire.

* Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant’s suitability and competence to perform in the position.

Application materials may be uploaded electronically, by mail, or email:

Human Resources

Peninsula College

1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd.

Port Angeles, WA 98362

Phone: (360) 417-6298

Email: pchr@pencol.edu

Applications submitted electronically will be accepted without signatures.

Jeanne Clery Statement:

Notice of Availability of Annual Security Report—Peninsula College’s Annual Crime/Security Report is available here, containing mandated information about current campus policies concerning safety and security issues, required statistics, and other related information. To obtain a paper copy of the report, please call 360-417-6559.

Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment:

Peninsula College is compliant with Title IX best practices. For more information visit, Anti-Harassment and Nondiscrimination | Title IX.

Peninsula College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, families with children, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, including gender identity, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, genetic information, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities. Coordination of compliance is the responsibility of the Human Resources Officer, Hanan Zawideh, titleixcrd@pencol.edu, (360) 417-6212.

Requesting Accommodations for Employment:

Please contact the Peninsula College Human Resources office, 360-417-6298 or email pchr@pencol.edu to request for any accommodations.

Peninsula College is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $100,000.00 - $118,000.00 per year

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Relocation assistance
  • Retirement plan
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Vision insurance

Experience level:

  • 5 years

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekends as needed

Work setting:

  • In-person

Experience:

  • Maintenance: 1 year (Preferred)

License/Certification:

  • Driver's License (Required)

Ability to Commute:

  • Port Angeles, WA 98362 (Required)

Ability to Relocate:

  • Port Angeles, WA 98362: Relocate before starting work (Required)

Work Location: In person

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