The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation (HBFF) is the largest nonprofit addiction recovery organization in the United States. It is also one of the most mission-driven places you will find. The HBFF team is passionate about providing hope and ultimately healing. As a living, growing and evolving institution, the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is – at our core- a people-powered organization. HBFF is comprised of 1600+ employees, seventeen treatment sites and produces $190 million dollars in annual revenue. This exemplary organization serves nearly 25,000 people annually and is committed to provide hope and healing for those experiencing addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
What makes this organization unique is its total ecosystem approach to prevention, education, research, advocacy and treatment. All of the parts of the organization work together to inform, develop and deliver evidence- based practices that help people reclaim their futures and restore their hope.
Being “a best place to work” is a strategic goal of HBFF and it’s a goal that every employee plays an active role in helping to achieve. Our culture is a reflection of how encouraged and energized we each feel about contributing our ideas and performing to our greatest ability. Join us and do meaningful work.
We deeply value our employees. Working at HBFF includes a comprehensive benefits package, including:
Competitive Health, Dental and Vision Plans
Retirement savings plan with employer match
Diverse individuals encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities
As a Janitor, you will:
- Ensure that major equipment and furnishings are maintained in a safe, operable condition and/or arrange for replacement.
- Arrange for or provide training for staff and clients as relates to safety and maintenance topics.
- Perform all job functions in a safe manner to minimize risk of injury to self and others.
- Assure a safe and secure environment for patients, staff, guests, and visitors.
- Knowledge of the federal regulations regarding confidentiality and privacy as they pertain to patient’s treatment for alcohol and drug abuse/addiction and the ability to uphold those regulations.
- Knowledge of life safety systems such as fire alarm systems, automatic sprinkler systems, portable fire extinguishing systems and ability to apply policies and procedures to minimize risks associated with fire.
- Knowledge of the physical plant; ability to maintain and repair the building and grounds to ensure long term optimum conditions.
- Knowledge of OSHA regulations regarding disposal and storage of chemicals and cleaning products.
- Knowledge of and ability to use simple tools and equipment such as hammer, screwdrivers, pliers, scrapers and the like to perform simple maintenance.
- Experience with building systems maintenance
- High school or equivalent