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Property Chairperson

Ministry Description

Position Risk Assessment: Medium
Term of Office: 1 year, renewable - elected at Vestry
Supervision and Support: Reports to: The Churchwardens and Advisory Board
Staff Liaison (if different from above):
Committee/Board responsible for this ministry: Property Committee
Purpose: To provide a focal point for facility management. To co-ordinate and / or put together work groups and / or independent contractors when required to make repairs or improvements to the Church and Rectory properties.
Population(s) served: The Churchwardens
The parishioners

Skills & Qualifications:

  • it is necessary to have some knowledge of general maintenance with respect to home repairs and / or business renovations
  • must be able to communicate needs properly to those involved in any work or renovation

Spiritual Gifts Recommended:

  • organization
  • service
  • craftsmanship
  • leadership

Meeting Date & Time:

  • monthly Advisory Board meetings
  • work party activities

Training Provided:

  • on-the-job training
  • Diocesan Sexual Misconduct training every 3 years

Time Commitment Involved:

  • random, based on needs
  • you must be able to respond in case of emergencies

Description of Duties & Responsibilities:

  • to ensure the Church and Rectory properties are in good repair
  • communicate needs or repair concerns to the Wardens and Advisory Board
  • perform small maintenance duties such as painting and small repairs
  • for large repairs, you must obtain 3 quotes for the job

Limits of the Position:

  • any job over $500 must be done in consultation with the Churchwardens

Benefits & Opportunities:

  • have a profound effect on the physical state of our buildings
  • work with great people

Office Instructions: Provide a copy of this description to the applicant. Place a copy in the applicant’s file in a locked filing cabinet. Record the completion of this step on the applicant’s Screening Checklist.

Rev. November 27, 2003