Colorado Nonprofit Association

Maintenance Technician

Position: Maintenance Technician 

Reports to: Facilities Manager 

Job Summary: Maintain El Pomar properties and infrastructure to safe and current standards. 

Job Classification: Full-time (days may vary), 40 hours per week (non-exempt) 

Wage Range: $22.84 – $25.58 per hour (Dependent on experience and skill level) 



Founded in 1937 with a mission to enhance, encourage and promote the current and future well-being of the people of Colorado, El
Pomar Foundation is one of the largest private foundations in the state, contributing over $25M annually in grants and programs to support Colorado
nonprofits. El Pomar Foundation is a high-performing organization and our employees are part of a culture that seeks to help people live better lives and
empower communities and individuals to make meaningful collective impact. We are committed to our values of respect, integrity, teamwork and excellence,
and work hard every day to lift each other up and make a difference in the lives of our grantees, their communities and the sector as a whole. Much is
expected of our staff in pursuit of this mission, and much is received in return.



Facilities Duties:

· Routine maintenance checks to include HVAC systems, plumbing fixtures and electrical systems 

· Identify maintenance issues and make recommendations to supervisor 

· Security and door systems update, maintain database. 

· Basic fabrication and carpentry 

· Basic plumbing and electrical troubleshooting and repair 

· Interior and exterior painting 

· Assist with moving office furniture 

· Assist with grounds maintenance and snow and ice removal 

· Other duties as assigned 

Secondary Duties:

· Assist with operational duties at Will Rogers Shrine of the Sun 

· Assist with conference support, including: set up for receptions and special events 

· Assist with CCTV systems 


· Ability to multi-task and problem solve 

· Ability to utilize machinery, including: power tools, table saw, radial arm saw, planer, drill press, band saw, drills, grinder, nail gun, paint sprayer,
pressure washer, yard tractor, snow blower/ snow plow, and power-operated lawn equipment

· Experience in painting, using both brush/roller and spray gun 

· Some knowledge of electrical troubleshooting and repair 

· A desire to proactively develop new skills to enhance overall job performance 

· Ability to meet established deadlines 

· Ability to develop a knowledge of El Pomar Foundation and Penrose House history 


To perform this job successfully and thrive as a high-performing employee, an individual must: 

· Perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily 

· Be able to work in a fast-paced environment with exceptional attention to detail and time management skills 

· Demonstrate analytical, process improvement and problem-solving skills 

· Have strong written and verbal communication skills 

· Takes initiative and actively seeks ways to improve knowledge and performance 

This position requires the ability to work in a professional courteous manner with the public and honor the Foundation’s recognized values of respect, integrity,
teamwork and excellence (RITE Values).

The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals
with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This position/work is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 


While performing job duties, the employee will be regularly required to bend, lift (50 pounds or more), and climb. The employee
will also be required to stand or kneel for long periods of time.


A successful candidate must be a high school graduate or equivalent and possess a valid driver’s license. Trade school credentials or relevant experience are a

Hiring is subject to employment pre-screening (background check).   


This job is not eligible for remote working.