Maintenance Technician I Apprenticeship Program

Presbyterian Senior Care Pittsburgh , PA 15201

Posted 2 months ago

SeniorCare Network is an award winning property management affiliate of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network. For more than 30 years, we have been making a difference in the lives of older adults by providing high quality affordable housing options.# # The Maintenance Tech I Training apprenticeship program offered by Presbyterian SeniorCare Network (provider of senior housing and support services) uses the hybrid model, in which the apprentice completes time and competency requirements for each work process outlined in the Apprenticeship Program. Our Maintenance Techs must have the ability to perform a variety of duties related to building maintenance to ensure the comfort of residents, visitors, and employees.# QUALIFICATIONS High School Graduate or equivalent PA Driver#s License Basic Computer Skills Minimum age of 18 Hybrid competency-based apprenticeship involves: 2032 hours on-the-job learning 288 hours related classroom instruction including OSHA 10

SeniorCare Network is an award winning property management affiliate of Presbyterian SeniorCare Network. For more than 30 years, we have been making a difference in the lives of older adults by providing high quality affordable housing options.

The Maintenance Tech I Training apprenticeship program offered by Presbyterian SeniorCare Network (provider of senior housing and support services) uses the hybrid model, in which the apprentice completes time and competency requirements for each work process outlined in the Apprenticeship Program.

Our Maintenance Techs must have the ability to perform a variety of duties related to building maintenance to ensure the comfort of residents, visitors, and employees.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School Graduate or equivalent

  • PA Driver's License

  • Basic Computer Skills

  • Minimum age of 18

Hybrid competency-based apprenticeship involves:

  • 2032 hours on-the-job learning
  • 288 hours related classroom instruction including OSHA 10
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Maintenance Technician I Apprenticeship Program

Presbyterian Senior Care