Seven Hills Foundation

Building Services Technician (90.1)

Regular Full-Time
Job ID
Monday-Friday 8:00a-4:00p. Overtime is available. Rotating on-call is required every 4 weeks, for a 2 week period (by pay period)


Core Values


General Maintenance and servicing operation throughout the facility to include but not limited to: plumbing, basic electric work, painting, carpentry, snow removal, ground, preventive maintenance and similar functions. This position has rotating On-Call responsibilities for urgent situations. Under the general supervision and work direction of the Director of Building Services performs a variety of general maintenance and repair to maintain buildings, equipment, fixtures and grounds in proper appearance operating condition.


Our full-time benefits, such as reduced tuition on select online Associate’s and Bachelor’s degree programs, tuition reimbursement, three weeks of vacation time, and generous retirement match, support a healthy work-life balance.   Seven Hills Foundation is a growing nonprofit of 4,500 dedicated professionals that celebrate diversity and inclusion.   We also provide the stability of being considered essential workers for those Ready to Work.  We hope you consider joining our team today!





Required to use a variety of hand tools, power tools, bench tools, and other equipment to perform assigned duties. Operates all equipment and utilizes all tools in compliance with the safety standards of its operation and utilization.

Performs all duties in a manner in keeping with the safety of self and all others. Keeps worksites clean and orderly. Is aware of client safety concerns when working in occupied homes and/or programs.

Reports all unsafe conditions to immediate supervisor in a timely and responsible manner.

Responds to a variety of maintenance calls / work orders and performs repairs in a timely manner ensuring the services to clients, staff and visitors is not compromised.

Assists in all aspects of grounds and roads care to snow removal, lawn mowing, planting, and yard cleanup as required by the season.

Utilizes maintenance soft ware (PMWORK’s) to manage completion of work orders in a timely manner. Accepts and records completed work orders with appropriate notations to date, time and costs. Enters Asset Management data related to capital purchases and improvements.

Access company properties/homes for items in need of corrective and preventive repairs. Enters said items into computerized work order system for assignment and follow thru by self or others.

Repairs and services machinery, furnishings and other equipment within the facility; to insure such equipment is safe and operable.

Is knowledgeable/familiar with appropriate MSDS forms that relate to all substances used on the job. Utilizes all substances on the job according to the MSDS guidelines for safe and proper utilization and immediately brings any and all questions regarding such to the employee/s direct supervisor.


Ability to read, write, and comprehend safe and proper use of chemicals, materials and equipment used in performing one’s responsibility.

Physically able to use power tools / equipment in a safe and proper operating condition.

A high school diploma or G.E.D is required. Post secondary vocational training is desired.

Experience of three (3) to five (5) years of progressively more responsible duties in the building maintenance trades is desired.

Possess basic computer skills and/or ability to learn.

Must hold valid Massachusetts Driver’s License.

Proven safe driving record.

Must be able to work independently and use initiative to complete work in a timely manner. Must have good analytical and judgment skills to problem solve while completing a variety of assignments with minimal supervision.

Must have excellent interpersonal skills as the incumbent will interact with clients, all levels of management, affiliate staff and fellow coworkers.

Knowledge of Massachusetts building, plumbing and electrical codes is desired.


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