Date Posted: April 20, 2021


Since 1979, Insight for Living Ministries (IFLM) has been committed to excellence in teaching the study and application of God’s Word. Pastor Chuck Swindoll and his wife, Cynthia, began the ministry by broadcasting Chuck’s Bible-teaching program, Insight for Living, on 18 stations. Today the program airs on over 2,000 stations, can be streamed through various online channels, and can be heard in 70 countries and eight languages.

We also produce quality Bible-study resources, have a dynamic online presence, provide pastoral counseling, and actively walk alongside listeners through life’s challenges. As a ministry, we’re committed to Vision 195, our strategic mission to pursue Jesus’ Great Commission by extending God’s grace and making disciples in all 195 countries and their 6,875 heart languages.

In addition to our international headquarters in Frisco, Texas, we currently have ministry offices in 10 countries, where our pastors translate resources, train church leaders to use Chuck’s Searching the Scriptures Bible-study methods, serve their communities, and pursue Vision 195 in their languages. When you join the IFLM family, you’ll become a part of a talented group of men and women uniquely gifted and called to help people around the world live with the life-changing power of God’s Word.

Position Summary

The lead facilities technician fulfills a variety of janitorial, maintenance, and groundskeeping needs ensuring IFLM facilities offer a warm, welcoming work environment. Promoting and supporting the mission of IFLM and Vision 195, the technician performs his or her duties in an effective and efficient manner, delivering the highest-level quality and excellence in work produced and in work ethic. A proactive self-starter, the technician maintains a clean, professional workplace environment that enhances ministry outreach.

Core Job Functions and Skills

Janitorial (70%)

  • Maintains a superior standard of cleanliness and excellence throughout the building including but not limited to restrooms, kitchens, break areas, lobby, department areas, conference rooms, and IFLM’s coffee shop
  • Cleans designated building areas by dusting, sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, washing windows, restrooms, and wood floors
  • Ensures restrooms, kitchens, and break areas are fully stocked and maintained daily with necessary supplies
  • Possesses stamina to engage in all activities for full shift
  • Understands and upholds industry best practices
  • Organizes and restocks facilities closets notifying supervisor when supplies are low
  • Exhibits a strong work ethic and is proactive in accomplishing tasks

General Maintenance (5%)

  • Provides general and routine facilities maintenance as scheduled
  • Maintains ministry equipment, ensuring a high level of quality and performance including vacuums, mops, leaf blower, power washer, etc.
  • Moves and relocates furniture as needed
  • Opens and/or closes building each day
  • Assists with set-up for special events
  • Notifies management of occurring deficiencies or needs for repairs
  • Follows all health and safety regulations when using cleaning supplies
  • Completes other special projects as requested

Groundskeeping (10%)

  • Ensures an excellent property appearance
  • Picks up trash and debris in the lawn, landscaping, driveways, and parking areas
  • Identifies additional areas in need of upkeep
  • Waters designated flower pots daily
  • Clears leaves and debris off sidewalks in front of the IFLM coffee shop and building entrances
  • Removes algae from the water feature weekly
  • Sprays the sidewalk in front of the IFLM coffee shop weekly

Professional Development (5%)

  • Commits to the challenges of growth and development per the professional development plan
  • Pursues the designated knowledge and/or experience with a positive attitude
  • Completes assigned tasks with excellence and in a timely manner

Team Member Contribution (10%)

  • Models IFLM’s core values through daily conduct
  • Exerts initiative and drive to improve departmental and organizational operations
  • Owns problems, creates solutions, and maintains personal accountability for results

Position Specifications

Job Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent
  • Two or more years of relevant experience
  • Proactive ability to identify and fulfill facilities-related needs
  • Exceptional observational skills regarding cleanliness
  • Meticulous and thorough nature
  • Self-motivation and an ability to work well with people at all levels
  • Strong work ethic, growth mind-set, and positive attitude with an ability to take direction
  • Timeliness with an ability to fulfill tasks by given deadlines and flex as needed
  • Ability to communicate clearly, succinctly, and effectively
  • Continuous impeccable driving record with the ability to operate commercial vehicles and equipment as needed
  • Work in interior operational settings and outdoors
  • Ability to stand for prolonged periods and lift heavy objects (up to 75 pounds) repeatedly over long periods
  • Frequent walking, standing, climbing, lifting, stooping, or carrying of equipment and materials is required

The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

*This is a full-time position on-site, Monday through Friday.