SECU Family House on the Richard J. Reynolds, III & Marie M. Reynolds Campus is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable accommodations and supportive care to adult patients and/or their caregivers who travel to Winston-Salem, NC for their medical treatment.
Fall Community Relations & Development Intern
We are currently looking for a driven and community minded individual to assist the Director of Community Relations to make the Family House a household name in Winston Salem. In a supportive and friendly atmosphere, this individual will produce creative and eye-catching pieces to share the Family House’s impact with donors and families.
Key responsibilities (including, but not limited to):
- Write and publish website, blog, and e-newsletter articles
- Build the Family House story bank with guest stories, photos, and videos
- Bring all internal and external communications pieces up to brand
- Research new community partnerships and communication channels
- Communicate with new and prospective donors
- Help with regular database cleanup, entry, and filing
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, professional communication (email and phone) etiquette
- Proficiency with Microsoft programs including Word and Excel is required
- Knowledge of design programs and photo/video editing software is helpful, but not required
- Aptitude to use social media websites and learn new ones
- 18 years old or older and should pass a criminal history background check
- Physical demands for this position include sitting, with occasional standing, bending, walking, lifting, and/or moving up to 20 lbs, and answering the phone
15-20 hours a week for 12 weeks (September-November). Shift times are flexible.
Training and support provided: Interns receive a 1 hour orientation and training and will tour the Family House, fill out paperwork, and review the Volunteer Handbook. They will always have the support of the Community Relations Manager for questions that arise.
Facilities Maintenance Technician
We are currently accepting applications for a Maintenance Technician. The Facility Maintenance Technician is responsible for preventative maintenance in all guest rooms, common, and outdoor areas. Responsibilities also include operation of equipment and basic knowledge of mechanical, plumbing, and electrical systems in order to provide a safe, clean and well maintained environment for all SECU Family House guests.
The Facility Maintenance Technician is required to interact in a pleasant and helpful manner with guests, visitors, staff, and volunteers.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform basic touch ups and repairs to the physical building including: interior painting, replacement or repair of drywall, hardware adjustments including door, doorframe and lock repairs, minor plumbing and electrical work, HVAC maintenance, caulking.
- Assist in trouble shooting and/or repairing electrical, mechanical, plumbing, or equipment issues as they arise.
- Perform preventative maintenance assignments on scheduled basis.
- Maintain an organized, adequately stocked maintenance room properly labeled with maintenance supplies.
- Upkeep of the outside of the property (ex. Removal of cigarette butts, trash removal, keeping parking lot and yard free of debris, keeping window sills clean).
- Assist in meeting room set up/break down and maintenance of meeting room.
- Operate certain mechanized equipment, such as drill and any other required tools.
- Promote energy conservation by ensuring water and lights are turned off and HVAC is set per management directions when leaving guestrooms.
- Report any discrepancies in room status to the House Manager.
- Report all maintenance related problems to the House Manager.
- Assist in maintaining cleanliness of all storage rooms and laundry rooms.
- Assist in loading washer and/or dryer as needed.
- Use safety precautions in all maintenance services.
- Uphold and enforce house rules and policies.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Must be able to work with volunteers in a pleasant and helpful manner.
- High school diploma or GED.
- Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision.
- Physical demands for this position include sitting, standing, bending, pushing, pulling, walking, lifting, and/or moving up to 40 lbs. Must be able to move continuously throughout the shift.
- Light Electrical, Plumbing and HVAC experience preferred.
Note: These requirements represent the minimum levels in order to perform the job on a satisfactory basis. Employees must have the ability to satisfactorily perform the essential functions of the job.
To apply, please submit your resume to Melissa Thompson at email@example.com