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Facilities and Grounds Worker – Christ Our Savior Parish, Struthers

Part-time to start – may lead to full-time. The candidate should be a self-starter, able to do general custodial cleaning, repairs, set up and tear down for church and school events, and seasonal work (which may include evenings and weekends).


The individual should be able to work effectively in an environment with frequent interruptions and changing priorities. The physical demands are as follows: Balancing, carrying, climbing, kneeling, lifting, pulling, sitting, standing, reaching, crawling, stooping, bending, shoveling, walking and moving objects.  The employee is required to lift up to 25 pounds, climb step-stools or ladders and complete “heavy work”.


Job offer is contingent on the successful passing of the mandatory Safe Environment Policy requirements including the Ohio BCI background check and completion of the VIRTUS training program. Compensation: $16 to $18 per hour, commensurate with experience and ability.


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