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Filled: Part-Time Building Maintenance Technician  

Job description

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Building Maintenance Technician performs many maintenance tasks that promote a clean and safe working environment for the building’s employees. The Part-Time Building Maintenance Technician reports to the Executive

Director. This position will be responsible for ensuring successful coordination and set up for

classes, rehearsals, and performances, as well as all internal and external events.

Regular Hours: 24 hours per week; morning shifts, weekdays, some nights, and weekends.
Start Date: Immediate
Salary: $20/hr.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Maintaining the safety and cleanliness of interior and exterior areas, such as offices, classrooms, parking lots and outdoor spaces

  • Light interior maintenance (cleaning), exterior maintenance (snow removal, landscaping), upkeep (repainting as needed, general maintenance such as trash removal, lighting, signage), systems (such as fire, sprinkler, alarm, HVAC maintenance and scheduling, domestic water, elevator, appliances, studio electronics, telephones, office equipment, studio equipment)

  • Maintaining outdoor spaces (sweeping, picking up trash, etc.)

  • Light cleaning as needed

  • Performing routine maintenance on facilities and making repairs as needed

  • Working with Office Administrator for ordering supplies for facilities, programs, and events

  • Maintaining day-to-day operations of facilities, such as delegating or completing maintenance orders

  • Handling all repairs within scope of ability to save organization expense for same by outside contractors’ pledges

  • Working with Office Administrator to support Rental Events

  • Other tasks as assigned

Building maintenance technician skills and qualifications

The Building Maintenance Technician uses many soft skills and industry knowledge to maintain the commercial properties they oversee, including:

  • Ability to safely and effectively use and manipulate all necessary hand and power tools
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to speak with all levels of employees, guests, vendors, and team members
  • Good time management, organization, and prioritization abilities
  • Keen attention to detail and efficient problem-solving skills
  • Ability to safely twist, reach or stoop as required to complete tasks, as well as to lift, carry or move heavy equipment or ACP supplies
  • Ability to stand and/or walk for majority of workday
  • Ability to safely access and work at different heights using ladders, a lift, or scaffolding


  • Paid time off Including Vacation, Holiday and Sick time (rules apply)
  • ACP Membership – Discounts at participating businesses
  • Free or Discounted Classes – Available to employee and immediate family members

to apply

Please submit resume and three references via email with “Building Maintenance Technician” in the title line. No phone calls please.