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Maintenance and Operations Coordinator

Part time – up to 15 hrs/week.

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to

General Job Summary: 

Under limited supervision, the Maintenance and Operations Coordinator is responsible for keeping the church building and facilities in a clean and orderly condition. He/She will empower volunteers to assist in this task by recruiting, training, scheduling, and supervising a support team.

Essential Duties / Responsibilities: 

  • Develop a team of volunteers to carry out maintenance and operations functions.
  • Assess needs related to maintenance and operations inside and outside the church building and outdoor storage facility “Luke Building.”
  • Oversee routine maintenance of the church building and grounds. (E.g. replacing light bulbs, furnace filters, pest control, routine painting projects, & general repairs.)
  • Provide operational support for set up and tear down of special events. (Weddings, funerals, holiday services, conferences, etc.) Coordinate clean-up with the custodian.
  • Check building and grounds for maintenance or repair problems. Oversee repairs if budgeted. When not budgeted make prompt recommendations to the deacons for major and chronic maintenance or repair problems.
  • Annually review and confirm plans for the following with the deacons. Make recommendations and get approval for all changes from the deacons:
      • Lawn care and mowing.
      • Snow removal and plowing.
      • Landscape maintenance.
      • Parking lot maintenance.
      • Land use plans (for un-mowed areas)
  • Oversee additional seasonal cleaning as needed. (Windows, floor waxing, carpet cleaning, etc.) Coordinate with the custodian.
  • Oversee maintenance of cleaning equipment and tools. Make recommendations and get approval from deacons for equipment replacement.
  • Oversee the removal of clutter and unused or abandoned items as well as the orderly maintenance of storage areas.
  • Identify and recommend cost saving maintenance or improvements to the deacons.
  • Manage work within the maintenance budget provided.
  • Participate in staff meetings and training as requested to enhance ministry collaboration.
  • Present a helpful and friendly response to other Cedar Hills staff, lay leaders and volunteers, church members and visitors while performing duties.                          

Performance Expectations: The regular accomplishment of the above duties in an efficient manner and with timely responsiveness to both scheduled and unscheduled needs. Fulfill duties in a manner that exemplifies a Christ-like attitude to serve others and support the mission of the Cedar Hills.

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent level of reading and writing skills needed.  Prefer some previously successful experience in general facilities cleaning with knowledge of basic cleaning supplies and equipment usage.  Must have a basic understanding of maintenance and building systems and be able to work with a variety of cleaning tools and equipment; must be a well-organized, dependable and energetic person; and must be able to relate to others in a friendly, helpful manner.  Must have an eye for detail and be able to work independently in fulfilling scheduled responsibilities.

Physical, Mental and Environmental Requirements: This position requires heavy work exerting up to 75 pounds of force occasionally and up to 25 pounds of force regularly to lift and move objects.  Work activities require walking, standing, stooping, reaching, grabbing, crouching, pulling, kneeling, pushing lifting grasping and performing repetitive motions.  Good vision and hearing are also required.  Must be able to read, hear and interpret direct instructions and to communicate with others both verbally and with written notes.  Must be able to solve practical work-related problems and determine best action required.  Work may require occasional use of gloves, safety glasses and other protective clothing.  Some regular exposure to outside environmental conditions subject to seasonal heat or cold and some regular exposure to noise from mowing equipment and to oils, cleaning fluids and compounds will occur.

This is intended to give a general overview of the position of Maintenance and Operations Coordinator.  It is by no means a complete list of duties.                                                                



Part time – up to 15 hrs/week.

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to


We are looking for a proactive, efficient, servant-hearted Custodian who understands proper cleaning methods and possess a willingness to serve our church and community through maintaining a clean, uncluttered, well-maintained building and grounds. The Custodian will ensure that all areas of the church are clean and ready for use, will maintain all cleaning equipment and supplies, will restock items, such as toilet paper, paper towels, and other supplies, will maintain supply inventory, and will assist with preparations for events.

The successful Custodian will observant, respectful, motivated, and committed to serving others. He or she will also be knowledgeable about proper chemical handling and cleaning techniques

Custodian Responsibilities:

  • Maintain clean church facilities by performing weekly cleaning in all public areas of the building, including bathrooms, sanctuary, kitchens, and class rooms.
  • Work with volunteers, maintenance team members and church staff to ensure that all areas are cleaned and stocked with necessary items.
  • Observe proper chemical handling procedures when working with cleaning agents.
  • Collect trash and recyclables from the building and grounds to be placed in their proper dumpsters.
  • Assist with event preparations, set-up and clean up.
  • Inventory cleaners and other supplies regularly and order new items that need to be replenished.
  • Interacting with church staff and visitors in a respectful, positive manner.

Custodian Requirements:

  • Custodial experience or training may be required.
  • Understanding of cleaning techniques and safety procedures.
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs and pass a background check and pre-employment drug screening.
  • Strong communication, comprehension, and interpersonal skills.
  • Flexibility to adjust their schedule in special circumstances.
  • Motivation to work independently or with others to provide thorough, efficient custodial services to the church.

This is a part-time position up to 15 hours a week.

Applications accepted until position is filled.