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Maintenance Technician

West Central Behavioral Health

For 40 years, West Central has provided community based mental health care provider for New Hampshire's Sullivan County and the Upper Valley. 

Are you looking for a great part-time maintenance position?

 If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you.    

Basic Job Functions:

Respond to basic maintenance and repair requests.
Keeps supervisor informed of tasks completed and outstanding tasks yet to be completed.
Maintain and adhere to the West Central Behavioral Health maintenance schedule for the performance of routine and seasonal maintenance functions required on a site by site basis.
Keep supervisor informed of potential safety and maintenance issues at sites based upon general observations.



  •  Ability to travel in connection with the job duties assigned
  •  Have reliable transportation and tools
  •  Have and maintain personal automobile insurance
  •  Ability to obtain and maintain Agency and/or State of New Hampshire required background check(s)
  •  Understanding of the importance of confidentiality and the ability to maintain that confidence
  •  Must have valid Driver's License

Job Responsibilities

 Excellent organizational and communications skills with the ability to work with minimal supervision

  •  Must have the ability to prioritize and organize work activities, use your time efficiently and develop realistic action plans  
  •  Must have the ability and desire to solve problems
  •  Must have the ability to adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays and unexpected events 
  •  Must consistently be at work on time, able to follow instruction, respond to management directions and solicits feedback to improve performance 
How to Apply:

Please apply online at and/or email resume and cover letter to

Job Location:


Date Added: June 28, 2017

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