General Maintenance Worker
2:30 pm-11:00 pm OR 2:30 pm-11:00 pm, 7:00 am-3:30 pm
This position exists to perform general cleaning and maintenance indoors and/or outdoors for the college facilities in order to create a pleasant and safe learning environment and preserve the condition of the buildings and equipment. This position is also vital to the setup/tear down for college and departmental special events.
Knowledge of different types of flooring sufficient to determine proper methods of maintenance.
Knowledge of chemical cleaning agents sufficient to appropriately select the agent(s), handle and apply, and dispose of safely.
Knowledge of methods, tools and equipment used in maintenance sufficient to operate safely, demonstrate effectively and make minor repairs or direct repairs.
Valid Driver's License
Ability to keep records and perform clerical functions and math calculations sufficient to order supplies and complete inventories.
Ability to read and understand written materials such as instruction manuals, and procedure and policy information.
Thorough knowledge of building custodial practices and procedures and equipment, materials and supplies.
Special Class C Boilers License or higher or the ability to obtain one.
Current Class A CDL driver’s license.
Ability to write reports.
Some knowledge of building utilities maintenance and repair.
Demonstrate ability to work successfully with persons from diverse backgrounds and commitment to diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Ability to pass Physical Exam
Physical health and endurance sufficient to perform work functions (e.g. lifting, standing, sitting, pulling).
Physical abilities include - bending, stooping, and reaching above shoulder level, crouching, pushing and pulling.
Twisting and squatting are necessary on an occasional basis.
Ability to work outside in heat or below freezing weather.
Ability to work above the ground level such as on ladders and scaffolding.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Why Work for Us
We are committed to continually developing a workforce that reflects the diversity of our state and the populations we serve. The varied experiences and perspectives of employees strengthen the work we do together and our ability to best serve the people of Minnesota.
A recent engagement survey of State of Minnesota employees found:
95% of employees understand how their work helps achieve their agency’s mission
91% of employees feel trusted to do their jobs
88% of employees feel equipped to look at situations from other cultural perspectives when doing their job
87% of employees report flexibility in their work schedule
Our benefits aim to balance four key elements that make life and work meaningful: health and wellness, financial well-being, professional development, and work/life harmony. As an employee, your benefits may include:
Public pension plan
Training and professional development
Paid vacation and sick leave
11 paid holidays each year
Paid parental leave
Low-cost medical and dental coverage
Prescription drug coverage
Wellness programs and resources
Employer paid life insurance
Short-term and long-term disability
Health care spending and savings accounts
Dependent care spending account
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Federal Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program
AA/EEO employer - A member of Minnesota State