The Salvation Army - Central Territory

  • FULL-TIME MAINTENANCE WORKERS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY

    Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
    Job ID
    2018-6688
    # of Openings
    1000
    Category
    Stores
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    The Salvation Army Chicago Central Administration, located on Chicago’s north side, is seeking full-time Maintenance Workers to service our 22 department stores, 2 warehouse properties, and 2 residential rehabilitation facilities throughout the Chicagoland area. 

     

    Candidates are required to have a strong, hands-on background in the following areas:

     

    • Electrical
    • Mechanical
    • HVAC
    • Plumbing
    • Ventilation

     

    Proficiency in landscaping, roofing, and interior structural maintenance is also of high importance.  Physical dexterity is a must.

     

    Maintenance Workers will respond to daily work orders as assigned by our Property Manager and must possess excellent communication, trouble-shooting, and problem-solving skills.  Basic computer skills and a valid driver’s license are required, as is familiarity with Chicago and its surrounding suburbs because Maintenance Workers will be servicing multiple company properties each day.

     

    Pay starts between $12.85 and $14.00 per hour (depending on experience), including paid sick time, paid vacation time, free life insurance, and very affordable medical benefits.

     

    Interested parties should apply online at:

     

    WWW.CHICAGO.SATRUCK.ORG/CHICAGO/CAREERS

    (Scroll down to “FULL-TIME MAINTENANCE WORKERS NEEDED . . .”)

     

     

    The Salvation Army has been a resource on many levels worldwide for nearly 150 years, providing hope for the poor and those in need through: shelter assistance, feeding programs, addiction recovery, spiritual encouragement and nurturing, among many other programs.

     

    Posted by Peter Alexander

    Job Recruiter -- Chicago ARC Clybourn

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