Facilities Technician


Provides direct support to the Housing & Project Manager as the primary contact point for maintenance requests and property management for all building and grounds within Bread of Life. Creates a responsible, positive, safe, and healthy environment amongst clients, tenants, and staff.


A) Be committed to the Bread of Life mission
B) Work as a member of a team in the performance of duties
C) Be punctual for scheduled work and remain alert at all times, sleeping or the appearance of sleeping is strictly prohibited
D) Work in harmonious relationships with all vendors and members of the community
E) Perform duties in a conscientious, cooperative manner
F) Keep work area neat/clean and maintain a professional appearance
G) Be thoroughly knowledgeable of all Bread of Life policies and procedures
H) To accept shared responsibility with other employees to successfully accomplish common goals
I) To assure quality in work performed in order to facilitate the delivery of quality services
J) Maintain confidence and professional boundaries to protect Bread of Life by keeping information concerning clients, tenants, and organizational operations confidential


Works closely with the Housing & Project Manager to report building conditions and make recommendations for repairs and/or solutions
Responsible for the maintenance and repairs of all Bread of Life - owned properties, including lawn mowing, snow and ice removal, and keeping records of time spent on projects
Responsible for assisting volunteer groups for any maintenance and repair of buildings
Acts as emergency contact, on occasion, after hours, for all Bread of Life-owned buildings
Responsible for cleaning apartments after they have been vacated, and performing any maintenance or repairs needed in order to have apartments ready for new tenants
Perform periodic safety and security checks throughout each building and property, document any issues and report to Housing & Project Manager


  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Must possess a valid Driver's License and maintain a clean driving record
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
  • Experience working with people with diverse backgrounds including persons with disabilities, behavioral health issues, and families with children
  • Knowledge of basic hand tools and equipment safety

This position requires minimal daily travel between properties using your own vehicle with mileage reimbursements provided. Do you have a reliable vehicle that you are able to use?


  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Retirement plan
If you have any questions or you are interested in applying for this position, please feel free to contact Laura Briggs, Director of Operations at 207-626-3434