Welcome to Carroll School! We’re happy you are interested in working in our community. Located in Waltham, Lincoln, and Wayland, Massachusetts, Carroll School is an independent day school that serves students from grades 1-9, who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia.
In an effort to address the greatest need of each child, we recognize that diversity and inclusivity are essential to a child’s learning experience. Our work is important, and we welcome candidates who add to the diversity of our community and demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion in their work.
Therefore, we seek teachers, tutors, administrators, and staff who are:
- Dedicated to supporting the educational needs of children with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia.
- Excited to collaborate with colleagues from diverse backgrounds.
- Eager to contribute and grow as a member of a vibrant school community.
Located in Waltham, Lincoln, and Wayland, Massachusetts, Carroll School is an independent day school that serves 419 students in grades 1-9, who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia.
In an effort to address the greatest need of each child, we recognize that diversity and inclusivity are essential to a child’s learning experience. We welcome candidates who add to the diversity of our community and demonstrate a commitment to equity and inclusion in their work.
Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salary and benefits.
This temporary position reports to the Director of Facilities and will be part of a team that maintains and improves the campus buildings and grounds. The Buildings and Grounds Crew Member will assist in the maintenance of plumbing, carpentry, boiler systems, landscaping, and snow removal and in the improvement of all of the School’s physical assets.
- Perform preventive and planned maintenance duties in all areas of the building and grounds work in its entirety, including maintaining records consistent with the maintenance work order system.
- Repair or make recommendations to supervisor on any defective equipment in his/her area of responsibility.
- Perform a variety of building maintenance tasks across 3 campuses.
- Complete projects requiring light carpentry, minor building repairs and assist with the upkeep of the buildings and grounds.
- Perform seasonal grass cutting, snow removal, and overall maintenance of grounds as required.
- Maintain excellent communication practices with supervisor and all others as designated during performance of duties.
- Maintain proper documentation practices for all assigned tasks, emerging issues, new discoveries and work related discussions.
- High School Diploma and a minimum of 3 years’ direct experience in building maintenance
- Strong knowledge of carpentry, electrical and plumbing systems and equipment
- Ability to perform basic general maintenance i.e. carpentry, painting, and landscaping
- Good communication and documentation practices by using basic computer skills
- Must be able to push, pull, lift up to fifty pounds and routinely walk to and from various buildings carrying tools, equipment and other essentials to the job site
- Must be able to stand, walk, carry, stoop, kneel, bend, and reach overhead, climb and focus both near and far
- Must be able to work outside in varying weather conditions
- Ability to shovel snow when asked, knowledge of snow plow equipment preferred
- Knowledge of Bobcats and various landscape equipment preferred
- Ability to effectively perform work in accordance with governmental and other regulatory agencies including EPA, OSHA, DEP etc.
- Strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills
- Current state issued driver's license and clean driving record
This position is considered essential staff and is required to report to duty when scheduled or as needed even when the School is otherwise closed due to weather or another emergency. Workdays and hours are subject to change to meet the needs of Carroll School.
Carroll School is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive salary and benefits, including a strong professional development program.
In the first year, each new faculty member takes the following courses led by Carroll School professionals: (1) Orton Gillingham, (2) The Child with Dyslexia, (3) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, (4) Data-Informed Instruction, and (5) Pedagogy- The Science of Teaching.
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