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November 28, 2017 at 12:30 pm #902099
Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services) is a 50-year-old nonprofit serving King County older adults and adults with disabilities. We offer a variety of programs and services that help people lead healthy and independent lives in their own homes and communities for as long as possible. One of those programs is called Minor Home Repair. Minor Home Repair provides free, “minor” repairs to low-income homeowners in Seattle, Shoreline, and Bellevue. Our program is based in the SoDo neighborhood, right off the West Seattle Bridge.
The Minor Home Repair program is currently hiring for 3 positions. All offer benefits – health insurance, dental, and a 401K. All tools and a van are provided. Successful candidates must have a clean driving record for the past 5 years (no moving violations), and be able to pass an initial drug screen & background check. Join a dedicated team of professionals who provide needed repairs to over 500 clients/year in our region. This is a rewarding employment experience.
Minor Home Repair Specialist (Repair technician) $18/hour + full benefits: This person will perform repair, installation, or replacement of: leaking plumbing fixtures or pipes as well as opening of plugged drains; electrical fixtures and sockets; grab bars and handrails; broken steps, porches, and rotted floors; wheelchair ramps. This a full-time position, but could be part-time for the right candidate. You do not need any specific license to perform this work.
Residential Electrician (Journeyman) $30/hour + full benefits: Ideal position for someone looking to work part-time while providing a much-needed service to low-income homeowners in our region. Will hold primary responsibility for the electrical repair requests (minor in scope) made by our customers. Residential journeyman license (or higher) required. We are looking for someone to work 20-24 hours per week.
Plumbing Specialist (Journeyman level residential plumber) $30/hour + full benefits: This person will perform minor plumbing repairs to low-income homeowners and share responsibilities with second plumber for installing new toilets and removing old ones for the Water Conservation program. We are looking for someone 20-24 hours/week who carries a current journeyman residential plumbing license or higher.
Full descriptions and the online application can be found at this web site: https://jobs-soundgenerations.secure.force.com/
Please contact Norah Erwin-Stewart, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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