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Location: Stanford, California
Internal Number: 91405
This position is represented by SEIU Local 2007 and the collective bargaining agreement between the university and SEIU Local 2007 governs the terms and conditions of employment.
The anticipated shift is based on the operational needs and can change at any time with notice.
ABOUT STANFORD UNIVERSITY AND RESIDENTIAL & DINING ENTERPRISES:
Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big challenges and to preparing students for leadership in a complex world.
Residential & Dining Enterprises (R&DE), the largest auxiliary organization at Stanford University, supports the academic mission of the University by providing the highest quality services to students and other members of the university community in a sustainable and fiscally responsible manner. The department is the steward for a $1.8 billion asset portfolio covering 1/3 of Stanford's campus and has a $272 million annual operating budget for FY17. R&DE comprises 800+ staff in the following divisions: The Office of the Senior Associate Vice Provost (SAVP Office), Student Housing, Stanford Dining, Stanford Hospitality & Auxiliaries, Stanford Conferences, and a team of four R&DE strategic business partners: Finance & Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Strategic Communications. R&DE houses
13,000+ students and their dependents while serving over 6.5 million meals annually to students, conference, catering, retail, and concession guests and annually hosts a combined 52,000 guests in the Stanford Guest House and on-campus in Stanford Conferences.
Employees at this level perform a range of light maintenance, repair, installation, and laboring tasks using hand and power tools. The supervisor schedules the work and provides instructions as appropriate; work is reviewed by the supervisor to see whether quality and scheduling requirements have been met. The employee may work alone or as a member of a crew with or without lead responsibility.
Employees assigned to the Project Crew II classification continue to perform some of the duties performed by Project Crew I. In addition, they:
- Water vacuum, pull carpet and remove pad
- Repair broken furniture by replacing broken parts, replacing missing screws, regluing joints, etc.
- Trim bookshelves to size, paint, re-finish, strip, stain and install furnishings as directed
- Replace ceiling tiles
- Install or repair room numbers, signs, paper towel dispensers, soap dispensers, toilet seats, blinds, shades, window screens, bulletin boards and chalk boards
- Install door pulls, drawer pulls, window latches and door stop
- Replace light switch plate covers, outlet covers, light pull chains, electrical cords and plugs on cords
- Assemble bed frames and modular furniture
- Clean or replace shower heads, faucet washers, unplug drains
- Attach hangers, hooks, etc. to walls and ceiling
- Tighten or replace screws, nails, bolts in hinges, frames, furniture, etc.
- Haul debris and trash such as furniture, carpeting, construction materials, etc. to disposal sites
- Replace lock cores
- Provide event and conference support by setting up and removing tables, seating, and equipment
- May direct the work of other staff, including contractors and temporary staff; assign and explain tasks to workers based on instructions and specifications received from supervisor/lead. Problems and other significant information, train employees and ensure that safety rules are followed
- May perform any of the duties described in the Project Crew I specification or other duties as assigned.
- Adhere to safety rules.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
One year of Relevant work experience or a combination of equivalent education and relevant experience.
Project Crew II has all of the qualifications described in the Project Crew I specification plus the following qualifications:
*Must be skilled in tasks they direct and be able to answer questions effectively and solve task-related problems.
*Must have the ability to effect good working relationships with other employees.
*Must be able to follow verbal and/or written instructions and communicate those to others.
*Ability to demonstrate and maintain a client service attitude and approach to students and other customers
*Ability to operate power and hand tools in a safe manner in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations
- Valid California Non-commercial Class C Driver's license.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a California Non-commercial Class C Driver's License.
- Required to wear appropriate uniform
- Required to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- May be required to work overtime, evenings, and weekends, including Holidays, sometimes in inclement weather conditions
- May be required to work in confined spaces and at heights over 10 feet
- Ability to perform heavy manual labor in all types of outside weather conditions
- Constantly stand, walk
- Frequently grasp forcefully, lift up to 20 pounds
- Occasionally kneel, crawl, twist, bend, stoop, squat, climb (ladders and scaffolds), reach above shoulders, use light/fine grasping, lift 21-40 pounds
- Rarely perform seated work, desk-based tasks, use a telephone, write by hand sort/file paperwork, scrub, sweep, chop, mix, lift over 40 pounds
- Visual acuity including color vision
When conducting university business, must comply with the California Vehicle Code and Stanford University driving requirements.
*Interpersonal Skills: Demonstrates the ability to work well with Stanford colleagues and clients and with external organizations.
*Promote Culture of Safety: Demonstrates commitment to personal responsibility and value for safety; communicates safety concerns; uses and promotes safe behaviors based on training and lessons learned.
*Consistent with its obligations under the law, the University will provide reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of the job.
Subject to and expected to comply with all applicable University policies and procedures, including but not limited to the personnel policies and other policies found in the University's Administrative Guide, http://adminguide.stanford.edu.