Equal Opportunity

As protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Community Action Development Corporation is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of any provided services on the basis of race, color, age, gender, religion, political affiliation, disability, or national origin.

Job Opportunities

CADC is now accepting applications for the position of Weatherization Crew Technician. Must demonstrate basic carpentry skills and/or knowledge in the home energy performance industry. Must posses a valid Oklahoma driver's license. Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must be able to lift, move, and load heavy materials. Must be able to travel frequently within the CADC Weatherization service area (15 countries).

If you have any questions contact Robert Meador at 580-335-5588. CADC is an equal opportunity employer.

HEAD START TRAVELING MAINTENANCE

 

DEPARTMENT                   Head Start

GRADE                                  3

CLASSIFICATION                Non-Exempt

REPORTS TO                        Head Start Director

 

Employee must understand that he/she is an ambassador for the Agency and represents Agency values and principals.  Attitude and personal appearance are important ingredients to public relations and representation of Community Action Development Corporation (CADC).  Dress and personal appearance requirements may be made by program Directors and the Executive Director that project appropriate image or impact health and safety issues.

CADC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY SERVICE PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER.

 

Job Summary

Responsible for administering and coordinating necessary maintenance at assigned Head Start facilities and other facilities as needed.  Travel between Head Start facilities within the Community Action Development Corporation network is also required.  There will be times when there is a combination of maintenance staff needed to complete jobs.  Must work well with others as part of a team. 

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for necessary maintenance at assigned Head Start centers and playgrounds.

  2. Maintain centers and playgrounds in compliance with child care licensing requirements.

  3. Responsible for removing old playground equipment and installing new. 

  4. Meet all safety concerns at all sites and playgrounds on a regular basis.

  5. Performs necessary jobs at all facilities including carpentry and plumbing (if it does not require a state license).

  6. Responsible for ordering and transporting materials to sites as required.

  7. Responsible for work order requests; filled, completed, and filed. 

  8. Must be familiar with all CADC service areas and able to work flexible hours when needed.

  9. Must be able to lift heavy materials.

  10. Must be able to work independently, be responsible for equipment, and a self-starter.

  11. Must be able to react to emergencies in a calm and capable manner.

  12. Perform other program related assignments as designated by Head Start Director in order to meet program goals. 

  13. Maintain pleasant, professional and positive communication with children, families, volunteers, and staff. 

 

Behavior Standards

  1. Conduct self as representative of the Agency.

  2. Regular attendance on job.

  3. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the all staff members, families, volunteers, and the community.

  4. Have good personal hygiene and be well groomed and not smoke on any CADC premises.

  5. Understand and follow chain of command procedure.

 

Qualifications

  1.  Must be a high school graduate with a Diploma or GED.

  2. Must have skill and knowledge in maintaining effective and satisfactory facility maintenance. 

  3. Must have valid driver’s license.

  4. Must be able to follow oral and written instructions

  5. Subject to random drug testing and satisfactory OSBI Criminal Record Check as required by the Child Care Licensing Regulations of the State of Oklahoma