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 About the OFJCC:

The Oshman Family Jewish Community Center (OFJCC) on the Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life serves the South Peninsula through educational, social, cultural, fitness, sports and other wellness programs.

The OFJCC is a multi-generational Jewish neighborhood where all are welcome and which fosters new personal and community connections through rich and rewarding experiences.

The OFJCC provides a common ground for Jewish institutions, other local groups, organizations and individuals to work, learn and play together for the betterment of the whole community.

We are always looking for dedicated, hardworking individuals to help expand our team. Check back often for new job postings!

 

Open Positions:

Administration

Fitness Center

Preschool

Moldaw Residences: Inspired Retirement Living



 




Title: Director of Jewish Innovation

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

Overview of the Role
The Director of Jewish Innovation will work together with all departments and employees to infuse
Judaism into what we do at the JCC on a daily basis. He/she will bring a spirit of creativity to how we experience Judaism on campus and beyond our campus by creating a culture of innovation and forward
thinking through events, experiences and study. This individual will be a highly motivated, adaptable
and passionate person, who can leverage ideas from any source, determine their viability in conjunction
with the OFJCC’s mission, and develop concepts that can be moved to implementation.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Add Jewish neshama to the JCC–from ambiance on campus to content in the programs
  • Create exciting, innovative JCC-wide programming around major Jewish holidays including Shabbat, Hanukkah, Purim, Shavuot, Sukkot and the High Holidays
  • Work with other departments as a quarterback, helping staff and lay leaders decide content and determine partners for events both on and off campus
  • Offer programming around unique, Jewish life-cycle events. For instance, offer b’nai mitzvah tzedakah opportunities, teen trips to Israel, and other programs that can meet people where they are Jewishly and take them to the next step in their Jewish journey
  • Take advantage of the unique economy, energy and ingenuity of the Silicon Valley by aligning and learning from area leaders, gurus and innovators and by reaching into the business community to incubate new ideas and ventures into Jewish living
  • Collaborate with Jewish start-ups that are attracting a different demographic of Jews to Judaism and the JCC. Examples include Wilderness Torah, Hazon, Urban Adamah, etc. Partner with UpStart at our on-campus Jewish incubator to build and spin-off future Jewish starts-ups, while being nimble with current Jewish issues and needs
  • Create an environment where imagination becomes reality and Jews are excited about the possibility of having relevant, meaningful and fun Jewish experiences
  • Offer Jewish educational opportunities for Board and Staff
  • Run OFJCC Missions to Israel, and eventually, other Jewish trips around the world
  • Plan and bring to fruition a successful program to engage unaffiliated Jews in our community, especially around the Bar Mitzvah age. (The Jewish Journeys Project run by the Manhattan JCC is a good example of this.)

  • Qualifications and Skills:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field, Master’s Degree preferred
  • Rabbinic ordination or advanced degree in Jewish Education preferred
  • Strong working knowledge of Jewish values and traditions
  • 5+ years’ experience developing innovative programing including implementation and growth
  • Demonstrated success as a Jewish educator for different demographics
  • Record of success in developing and securing funding sources to support program opportunities
  • Excellent communicator with ability to communicate effectively with staff, lay leaders and program participants
  • Positive and upbeat, strong conflict resolution and problem solving skills
  • Out of the box, creative thinker
  • Self-starter with comfort taking initiative
  • Good understanding of the goals and objectives for Jewish arts and cultural programs, outreach, and engagement
  • Demonstrated ability to work comfortably with all sections of the Jewish community
  • Ability to work some weekend and evening hours and holiday-appropriate responsibilities on Jewish holidays
  • Ability to lead singing and/or provide musical accompaniment for Jewish programming a plus

    If interested and qualified, please send your letter of interest and resume to OFJCC_Careers@paloaltojcc.org
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    Title: Coordinator, Jewish Community Library Pushcart

    Hours: 15 hours per week, worked in scheduled shifts over four days
    Pay: $20 per hour

    Job Description:
    Staffing and taking responsibility for the very small mobile branch of the Jewish Community Library at the JCC stocked with Jewish-themed books and DVDs.  The primary responsibilities include:

    •         Transporting, setting up, taking down, and staffing the Pushcart during its hours of operation and during occasional events;
    •         Providing assistance to patrons, educators, and JCC staff;
    •         Producing an e-newsletter and helping to promote the Pushcart in the community.
     
    Qualifications: Applicants should have excellent social skills and enjoy working with the public. The job demands basic computer skills and involves some lifting (up to 10 lbs.) and pushing.  Preference is given to applicants with a strong Jewish knowledge base and with experience in Jewish library, bookstore, or educational settings.
     
    Please send queries and/or resumes to Howard Freedman at hfreedman@jewishlearningworks.org or 415-567-3327, ext.705.

     
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    Title: Deputy Development Director

    Reports to: Chief Development Officer

    Overview of the Role:
    Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, the Deputy Development Director solicits gifts up to $25,000. This individual has primary responsibility for raising money through face-to-face solicitations, fundraising events (with the exception of the annual gala) and direct mail and email campaigns and web-based fundraising. The Deputy Development Director is the principal liaison to OFJCC departments.

    Responsibilities:

    Solicitation:
    • Solicits individuals and event sponsors, generally up to $25,000. Goals and metrics for success are defined annually but broken down monthly and weekly.

    Events:
    • Primary responsibility for donor receptions, the Arts Bravura, Leadership Dinner, and other fundraising events
    • Secondary responsibility for the Annual Gala & Auction
    • Responsible for invitations, logistics, and the smooth operation of donor receptions and dinners

    Departmental liaison with special focus on preschool:
    • Works with staff and lay leadership to identify, cultivate, and solicit new prospects
    • Introduces high-capacity prospects to Chief Development Officer for campaign stewardship and solicitation
    • With Program Directors, oversees departmental fundraising events with an eye toward maximizing returns

    Database:
    • Responsible for integrity of donor databases

    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent
    • Three to four years of experience in fundraising or sales
    • Proven track record of revenue generation and prior experience with direct mail campaigns major donors or investor relations and event production
    • Capital campaigns, endowment or other campaigns as needed
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Mature judgment, political acumen, tact, and diplomacy in handling sensitive and/or confidential matters.
    • Superior interpersonal skills. Outgoing, confident, persuasive communicator
    • Effective presenter
    • Capable representative of the organization
    • Proven ability to work independently with minimal direction

    Please send letters of interest and resume to:


    Use subject line: Deputy Development Director

     
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    Title: Cultural Program Manager 

    Reports To: Director of Arts and Culture

    About Arts and Culture:
    The OFJCC Arts and Culture department provides world class cultural arts programming and events of both Jewish and the broader community interest. The department contributes to a high quality of life by supporting lifelong learning and pursuit of knowledge and entertainment. Our main goal is to create a community on the OFJCC campus that supports a variety of visual and performing arts programs, author talks, speakers and large scale events.

    Overview of the Role:
    Join the thriving community at the OFJCC and contribute to the high end on campus adult programming. The Cultural Program Manager will support the OFJCC’s vision by providing engaging author and speaker series and cultural events while continually searching for opportunities that align with the interests of the adult community in the South Peninsula. This individual will be a key player in creating audience development strategies and must be passionate about working in a non-profit environment. He/she may be required to work odd hours per event days.  

     

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Curate, develop, coordinate, and administer high quality adult events and programs. Specifically authors and speakers and other adult cultural events
    • Develop and administer division budgets and monitor program expenditures
    • Negotiate, prepare, administer and monitor contracts and agreements with book publishers, speaker’s agents, authors and others involved in the delivery of adult cultural arts programs and activities
    • Tap into an important network of cultural arts-based non-profits, organizations and artists to leverage their collective strengths through strong partnerships
    • Evaluate the variety and mix of programs offered by the organization directly and in the community to promote and create cultural program opportunities that are strategically aligned with the interests of the adult community in the South Peninsula
    • Be a key player in creating audience development strategies.
    • Plan, organize and facilitate large cultural events at the OFJCC
    • Communicate clearly and concisely both verbally and in writing
    Qualifications, Experience and Skills:
    • Principles of arts organizations, artists’ management agencies, artists booking, administration, budgeting and contracting
    • Demonstrated knowledge of practices and procedures for planning, implementing, managing and evaluating artists, speakers, authors, performers, media and others associated with the delivery of cultural arts programs
    • Considerable knowledge and proven experience working with a wide variety of book publishers, speakers, authors, and general cultural events for adults
    • Proven ability to recruit and retain exemplary speakers and authors of Jewish orientation for participation in arts programs, to research and provide recommendations on season programing strategy
    • Ability to plan, organize, coordinate, supervise, and direct the activities of personnel and volunteers involved in conducting arts programs
    • Ability to effectively utilize computer applications and technology related to the work, including Microsoft Office Suite

    Requirements:
    • B.A in liberal arts or similar
    • 5 years in public programing
    • Background in literature and performing arts, humanities and contemporary affairs
    • Excellent writing and communication skills

    Work Availability:
    • Full-Time
    • May be required to work nights and weekends per event days

     

    Please send letters of interest and resume to joleary@paloaltojcc.org

    Use subject line: Cultural Program Manager

     

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    Title: Lifeguards/Swim Instructors

    OFJCC is seeking Lifeguards to join our Oshman Family JCC Team in Palo Alto!

    Lifeguards are responsible for ensuring the safety of the swimming pool environment and must closely monitor and rescue swimmers.

    Key Responsibilities

    • Explain and enforce facility regulations, policies, and procedures to patrons.
    • Rescue swimmers in need of assistance.
    • Demonstrate proper rescue techniques, including but not limited to, swimming rescues, First Aid, and CPR.
    • Project and promote a professional image.
    Requirements

    American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (or equivalent training), American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer (or equivalent training) and American Red Cross First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (or equivalent training).

    Please send resumes to aquatics@paloaltojcc.org

     

     

     

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    Title: Assistant Director, Jewish Curriculum
    Reports To: ECE Director, OFJCC Preschool

    Overview of the Role:
    The Assistant Director of Jewish Curriculum is an integral part of the OFJCC preschool’s administrative team working to maintain a high quality, developmentally appropriate Jewish program inspired by a Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education. This individual works closely with the Director and management to help ensure smooth administration of the preschool, to keep communications with teachers and families consistent and to problem solve issues as a team. He/she works to actively articulate and implement the preschool vision in the classrooms.

    The role of the Assistant is primarily one of support, partnership and supervision to the teachers of the preschool.

    Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
    •Consistent visits to classrooms for observation of the children and teaching teams; focusing on the Jewish curriculum, values and practices
    •Ensure that the educational vision of the preschool is reflected in the classroom practices
    •Meet with teaching teams to study and reflect upon the Jewish intentions in the classroom and create learning environments based on the children’s interests/needs
    •Ensure that documentation of curriculum occurs in every classroom and upholds the standards and philosophy of a Reggio Emilio inspired approach
    •Oversee teachers in support of classroom and children issues and curriculum ideas
    •Work with Director to supervise preschool staff related to Jewish age-appropriate activities and
    language, planning and implementing curriculum, specific activity and scheduling
    •Work with Director and Educational Leadership team to maintain best Jewish practices and school goals within the program
    •Collaboratively work with the Director, Co-Assistant Directors and grade level teachers to provide engaging, enriching and on going professional development for teaching staff
    •Collaborate to lead, support and design weekly, monthly, day long and retreat professional development meetings for staff
    •Work with Director and Educational Leadership team to communicate and address all concerns or needs of the families
    •Communicate with families whenever necessary
    •Support teachers in family communications, daily journals, love notes, newsletters and Family/School Conferences
    •Oversee Back to School Night, Festival of Lights and Art & Exploration Night (school wide) in addition to all Jewish Holiday Preschool events
    •Work with the teachers and Educational Leadership team to coordinate these school wide special events geared towards highlighting and articulating curriculum and educational approaches

    Qualifications &Skills:
    •5 years or more ECE classroom teaching experience
    •3 years or more Jewish family engagement experience in an early childhood setting
    •Experience supervising large early childhood education staff in a Jewish setting
    •Ability to inspire and develop staff members
    •Experience and understanding of constructivist teaching and learning
    •Excellent oral and written communication skills
    •Excellent time management, organizational and multi-tasking abilities
    •Ability to work effectively and cooperatively with a diverse group that includes OFJCC staff, parents, children and the public
    •Ability to develop and implement creative, safe and challenging programs for children
    •Knowledge of Jewish culture, traditions, and community
    •ECE Site Supervisor Permit
    •Hebrew speaker preferred

    If interested and qualified, please send letters of interest and resumes to OFJCC_Careers@paloaltojcc.org


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    Title: Preschool Teachers


    Position Overview
    Our award-winning Early Childhood Education Program at the OFJCC Preschool is looking for creative, dedicated preschool teachers to work with children ages 18 months to 5 years. Help provide a loving, nurturing and safe environment for the children and families of all backgrounds in a Jewish environment.

    • Plan, supervise, and implement developmentally appropriate experiences for the class according
       to the principles and philosophy of the school
    • Create a learning environment that provides for emotional, cognitive, social, physical, and
       spiritual growth in children
    • Communicate regularly with parents through daily interactions, weekly newsletters, emails,
       and conferences
    • Now interviewing Hebrew and English speaking teachers
    • Full and part time positions available
    • Substitute positions available

    Job Requirements:
    • 12 or more ECE units (AA and/or BA degree in  ECE or related field & teacher permit preferred)*
    • At least 6 months experience working with children in a licensed child care center or comparable
       group care program preferred
    • Knowledge of Reggio Emilia Approach to teaching and learning a plus
    • Flexibility and Enthusiasm
    • Friendly, warm, and nurturing characteristics

    * Comparable experience and willingness to enroll in   
       ECE classes will be considered


     

    Full Benefits package, competitive salary.
    Email resumes to OFJCC_careers@paloaltojcc.org
    Subject line: Preschool Teacher
    For more information, please call (650) 223-8788.


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    Title: Certified Nursing Assistant
    Reports to: Wellness Manager
    Schedule: On-call/non-exempt

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    The Certified Nursing Assistant assists the licensed nursing staff by performing routine nursing duties and activities of daily living.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    •    Assist residents with activities of daily living such as dressing, grooming, eating, bathing, positioning, turning, toileting and exercising.
    •    Carry out various procedures such as collection of lab specimen for urine and stool samples.
    •    Assist residents with their nutritional needs.
    •    Transfer, transport and escort residents as needed.
    •    Answer call lights promptly.
    •    Change bed linens, make beds and keep rooms clean and orderly.
    •    Maintain safe and sanitary work stations and equipment.
    •    Attend in-service training and education session, as assigned.
    •    Perform specific work duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    •    Graduated from a Certified Nursing Assistant Program.
    •    Current, active CNA license
    •    Prior geriatric nursing aide experience, preferred.  
    •    Ability to read, write, understand and follow instructions in English
    •    Ability to communicate effectively and perform simple arithmetic.  
    •    Basic knowledge of MS Office or willingness to learn within 90 days of employment for maintaining proper documentation of care provided during shift.
    •    Ability to provide coverage or work overtime when needed.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
    •    Frequent standing, stooping, bending, stretching, squatting.
    •    May be exposed to blood and body fluids which may contain HIV and/or HBV.
    •    Must be able to transport residents via wheelchair, gerichair or shower chair, pushing up to 150lbs. unassisted.  
    •    Must be able to transfer, lift, turn and position a resident weighing up to 125lbs. unassisted, or with the assistant of one for a resident weighing over 125lbs.  
    •    Must be able to stoop, bend, stretch, squat, stand, and walk for up to 90% of the work day.  
    •    May be subjected to offensive odors and combative behavior.  
    •    Must be able to reach up to a level of six feet; must be able to push a dietary cart up to 40lbs unassisted.  
    •    Must be able to lift and carry up to 20lbs. frequently and 50lbs. occasionally.

    Send Resumes to:  899jobs@moldaw.org   or  fill out an application at:  www.moldaw.org


     

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    Title: Food Runner/Buser
    Reports to: Dining Room Manager:
    Schedule: Part-time/non-exempt

    Position Overview:
    The Food Runner/Server is responsible for running the guests food to their tables as well as providing a clean dining area in an efficient, courteous and accurate manner. All functions are to be carried out while maintaining a friendly and positive teamwork environment.

    Essential Duties:
    •    Consistently keep the dining room organized and clean
    •    Set up Trash cans, soda, plates, utensils, and to-go containers at start of shift
    •    Reset tables and maintain work stations in a neat and orderly fashion.
    •    Deposit dishes appropriately in the dish room or specified area.
    •    Clear dishes from tables during and after meal service.
    •    Clean stations, including sweeping floor using the tools provided.
    •    Maintain complete knowledge of table/seat/station numbers, room capacity, hours of operation and proper table set ups.
    •    Assist server in bringing food from kitchen and assist kitchen in expediting food.
    •    Complete closing duties, including restocking items, pulling up the mats in server station, Vacuum Dining Room etc.
    •    Report all issues or concerns to hostess and manager.
    •    Assist in maintaining a high level of customer service for our residents and their guests.
    •    Assist with dishwashing and distribution of clean dishes if needed.
    •    Maintain safe and sanitary conditions in work areas and will follow all safety and sanitation rules and regulations
    •    Maintain acceptable standards of personal hygiene and compile with department dress code.
    •    Complete all assigned cleaning tasks.
    •    Attend in-service training and education sessions as assigned.
    •    Perform other duties as assigned.
    •    Welcome and acknowledge all residents  & their guests
    •    Anticipate and address guests` service needs
    •    Ensure  and  adherence to quality expectations and standards

    Qualifications:
    •    High school graduate or equivalent.
    •    Experience in a hotel, restaurant or club with fine dining, preferred.
    •    Ability to read, write, understand and follow instructions in English
    •    Ability to communicate effectively with customers (seniors), guests and other staff.
    •    Ability to interpret and explain menu, answer questions, coordinate meal service process and understand requests.
    •    Ability to work in close cooperation with residents, guests, visitors, families, supervisor and peers.  
    •    Must be courteous, tactful and gracious at all times.

    Physical Requirement/Working Conditions:
    •    Work indoors and outdoors.
    •    Must be able to stand/walk for 100% of the work day.
    •    Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. independently.
    •    Must be able to push and pull bus carts weighing up to 50 lbs. independently.
    •    Must be able to bend, stoop, reach, and balance frequently throughout the work day.  

     
    Send Resumes to:  899jobs@moldaw.org   or  fill out an application at:  www.moldaw.org


     

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    Title: Housekeeper
    Reports to: Community Services Manager

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    The housekeeper is responsible for the cleanliness of all apartments and common areas in the Moldaw Residences (MR) complex.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    •    Clean resident apartments following the established procedures for MR which include: Wipe window sills, walls and light switches. Strip and remake beds with fresh linen. Empty waste baskets. Vacuum carpets and dust all furniture and fixtures. Change mattress pads and blankets, if needed. Clean and sanitize toilets. Wash sink, tile, tub shower walls and fixtures. Wipe shower curtains and change if necessary. Clean walls, baseboards and floor. Check lamps for burned out light bulbs.
    •    Vacuum room hallways, stairwells, lobby and common areas of MR.
    •    Wipe mirrors and windows in resident rooms and throughout MR.
    •    Stock housekeeping closet, cart and restock linen in housekeeping room.
    •    Pick up work assignments from the housekeeping department, and review them for any questions. Report to assigned area(s) with required keys, equipment and supplies.
    •    Check the housekeeper’s report for any discrepancies
    •    Remove all garbage and recyclable items and place them in the appropriate bins inside the service area
    •    Report any damages or repairs and maintenance needed to the housekeeping manager
    •    Perform other duties as assigned

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    •    High school diploma or equivalent.
    •    One year of housekeeping experience in a senior living community or other related field.
    •    Ability to read, write and comprehend verbal and written instructions in English.
    •    Ability to communicate with residents and employees.
    •    Ability to work under pressure.
    •    Ability to multi-task in a changing environment.
    •    Knowledge of materials, equipment and methods commonly used in cleaning disinfecting.
    •    Ability to learn how to properly use cleaning supplies and materials.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
    •    Moderate to heavy physical effort 95% of the work day.
    •    Must be able to stand and walk long distance up to 8 hours per day.  
    •    Must be able to stoop and work from a kneeling position; perform repetitive bending, reaching and stretching.  
    •    Must be able to lift and carry up to 25 lbs independently.  
    •    Must be able to push and/or pull wheeled carts and equipment weighing up to 100 lbs over tiled and carpeted surfaces over long distances.  
    •    Must be able to operate a vacuum, work in confined spaces around furniture and breakable objects, and have constant contact with residents.
    •    May be exposed t communicable diseases including influenza, HIV and Hepatitis.  
    •    May be exposed to unpleasant odors, high heat levels, and institutional cleaning chemicals.


    Send Resumes to:  899jobs@moldaw.org   or  fill out an application at:  www.moldaw.org


     

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    Title: Server
    Reports to: Dining Room Manager

    Position Overview:
     The Server is responsible for table service in the Community dining rooms.

    Essential Duties:
    •    Set tables and maintain work stations in a neat and orderly fashion.
    •    Take orders, provide service and requested items both graciously and courteously.
    •    Clear dishes from tables during and after meal service.
    •    Answer pertinent questions about menu items.
    •    Report all issues or concerns to hostess and manager.
    •    Assist in maintaining a high level of customer service for our residents and their guests.
    •    Assist with dishwashing and distribution of clean dishes if needed.
    •    Maintain safe and sanitary conditions in work areas and will follow all safety and sanitation rules and regulations
    •    Maintain acceptable standards of personal hygiene and compile with department dress code.
    •    Complete all assigned cleaning tasks.
    •    Attend in-service training and education sessions as assigned.
    •    Perform other duties as assigned.
    •    Welcome and acknowledge all residents & their guests
    •    Anticipate and address guests` service needs
    •    Ensure  and  adherence to quality expectations and standards
    •    Complete closing duties, including refilling sugar caddies, salt & pepper shakers on your tables, etc.
    •    Assist food runner in bringing food from kitchen

    Qualifications:
    •    High school graduate or equivalent.
    •    Experience waiting tables in a hotel, restaurant or club with fine dining, preferred.
    •    Ability to read, write, understand and follow instructions in English
    •    Ability to communicate effectively with customers (seniors), guests and other staff.
    •    Ability to interpret and explain menu, answer questions, coordinate meal service process and understand requests.
    •    Ability to work in close cooperation with residents, guests, visitors, families, supervisor and peers.  
    •    Must be courteous, tactful and gracious at all times.

    Physical Requirement/Working Conditions:
    •    Work indoors and outdoors.
    •    Must be able to stand/walk for 100% of the work day.
    •    Must be able to lift and carry up to 25 lbs. independently.
    •    Must be able to push and pull bus carts weighing up to 50 lbs. independently.
    •    Must be able to bend, stoop, reach, and balance frequently throughout the work day.  


    •    Maintain complete knowledge of table/seat/station numbers, room capacity, hours of operation and proper table set ups.
    •    Consistently keep the dining room organized and clean

    Send Resumes to:  899jobs@moldaw.org   or  fill out an application at:  www.moldaw.org


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    Title: Houseman
    Reports to: Community Services Manager

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    The Houseman must provide clean, sanitary comfortable, orderly and satisfying surroundings for the residents, employee and public. Additionally, this role is responsible for the heavier aspects of cleaning such as mopping, rearranging and moving furniture, stocking supplies, window and carpet cleaning, and floor stripping, polishing and general janitorial work.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    •    Clean sinks, toilets, urinals, mirrors, walls, windows, counters, vents, and/or floors with proper cleaning agents.
    •    Adhere to cleaning agents' usages, procedures, and instructions.
    •    Thoroughly dust all the furniture, pictures, shelves, handrails, and baseboards by extending arms overhead and stopping as needed.
    •    Pick up work assignments from the housekeeping department, and review them for any questions. Sign in/out on the payroll sheet/system and for key cards. Report to assigned area(s) with required keys, equipment and supplies.
    •    Clean and polish all metal surfaces by applying pressure in a repeated motion.
    •    Vacuum or deep shampoo all common areas, including hallways, resident units, and meeting rooms.
    •    Perform other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    •    High school diploma or equivalent.
    •    One year experience in environmental services or other related field.
    •    Ability to read, write and comprehend verbal and written instructions in English.
    •    Ability to communicate with residents and employees.
    •    Ability to work under pressure.
    •    Ability to multi-task in a changing environment.
    •    Knowledge of materials, equipment and methods commonly used in cleaning disinfecting.
    •    Ability to learn how to properly use cleaning supplies and materials.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
    •    Moderate to heavy physical effort 95% of the work day.  
    •    Must be able to stand and walk long distance up to 8 hours per day.  
    •    Must be able to stoop and work from a kneeling position; perform repetitive bending, reaching and stretching.
    •    Must be able to lift and carry up to 25 lbs independently.
    •    Must be able to push and/or pull wheeled carts and equipment weighing up to 100 lbs over tiled and carpeted surfaces over long distances.  
    •    Must be able to operate a vacuum and other equipment required for shampooing carpets.
    •    Work in confined spaces around furniture and breakable objects, and have constant contact with residents.  
    •    May be exposed to communicable diseases including influenza, HIV and Hepatitis.
    •    May be exposed to unpleasant odors, high heat levels, and institutional cleaning chemicals.

    Send Resumes to:  899jobs@moldaw.org   or  fill out an application at:  www.moldaw.org


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    Title: Driver
    Reports to: Resident Relations Director


    GENERAL SUMMARY:
    The driver is responsible for transporting residents and guests to scheduled destinations.

    ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
    •    Transports residents and guests to scheduled destinations in a safe and timely manner.
    •    Wears Company assigned uniform and always well groomed.
    •    Maintains records of all transportation services provided.
    •    Place passenger safety above all other concern; maintains accountability of passengers at all times.
    •    Assists passengers entering and leaving vehicles, as necessary.  Assists passengers with loading and unloading parcels, etc.
    •    Check vehicle prior to use for readiness, i.e., fuel, oil, tires, etc.  Records routine maintenance and service check on vehicle.  Maintains vehicle in a high state of cleanliness at all times. Notifies supervisor of necessary repairs and vehicle malfunctions.
    •    Operates vehicle in accordance with traffic laws and regulations.
    •    Submits to DOT drug testing program and any other mandated safe driving program as requested.
    •    Notifies supervisor of resident concerns, problems or incidents immediately.
    •    Attends department staff and in-service meetings, as assigned.
    •    Performs other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    •    Must be able to pass the Department of Justice Fingerprint background, Physical/TB, employment verification, etc.
    •    High school diploma or equivalent.
    •    Ability to read, write, and effectively communicate in English.
    •    Valid California Class B license, with a passenger endorsement from the DMV, experience with senior population; ability to transport residents in wheel chairs.
    •    Must have good driving record, must be able to interpret and follow map directions.
    •    Ability to operate various sizes of vehicles (4 passengers, vans and buses) comfortably.
    •    Must maintain a courteous, friendly and helpful attitude with the residents at all times.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
    Must be also to sit in a vehicle for up to 6 hours per day; must be able to stoop, bend, stretch and squat to load and unload cargo areas.  Perform routine preventive maintenance on vehicles according to schedule.  Keep vehicles clean.  Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds for handling luggage and resident groceries.  May be exposed to the elements (rain, snow, cold, heat) for short periods of time.  Must have good driving skills in handling vehicles on wet and/or slippery roads.


    Send Resumes to:  899jobs@moldaw.org   or  fill out an application at:  www.moldaw.org


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