Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities: • Clean and maintain hard floors (resilient, tile, quarry tile, concrete, wood) by performing such tasks as sweep, dust, mop, scrub, strip, refinish, spray, buff, and high speed polish. • Clean and maintain carpets by performing such tasks as vacuum, remove stains, spray clean, extract, and apply carpet protector. • Clean, disinfect and stock rest rooms and locker rooms. • Collect and remove trash, recyclable materials and hazardous waste materials in accordance with specified procedures. • Dust and clean walls, doors, windows, interior glass, drinking fountains, and other above floor surfaces. • Clean chalkboards, white boards and erasers as well as stock classrooms with chalk, markers and erasers daily. • Clean building interior entranceways. • Operate and maintain custodial equipment; report all equipment, furniture, and facilities needing repair or replacement. • Plan, implement, and maintain records for projects and major cleaning tasks. • Maintain an inventory of supplies and equipment in accordance with specified procedures. • Provide regular periodic cleaning of the firing range in the Morris Lawrence Building. Collect and dispose of lead debris. Clean vertical and horizontal surfaces with HEPA vacuum or disposable cloths. • Perform set-ups for external and internal conferences, meetings, and special events. • While working interact with clients, co-workers, and management in a positive, supportive, and cooperative way. • Regular attendance on campus is required for this position. • Other duties as assigned.
Hours/Schedule: This position will work 40 hours per week. Schedule dependent on college need, so must have the ability to accept temporary shift changes with minimum notice.
Physical Demands: • Lift fifty (50) pounds and climb ladders with or without assistance. • Operate and maintain floor machines to include but not limited to: vacuums, buffers, scrubbers, and carpet cleaning equipment. • Work with hazardous waste materials. • Travel from building to building and floor to floor in multiple level buildings. • Minimal facial hair or other obstruction that will prevent adequate respirator seal.
Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • High school diploma or GED. • Possess a valid Driver’s License with a safe driving record. • Demonstrated ability to read and write English, follow basic operating instructions, and perform basic mathematics computations. • At least one (1) year full time successful related work experience. • Demonstrated ability to lift fifty (50) pounds and climb ladders with or without assistance. • Ability to operate and maintain floor machines to include but not limited to: vacuums, buffers, scrubbers, and carpet cleaning equipment. • Ability to travel from building to building and floor to floor in multiple level buildings.
• Ability to learn and use technical software appropriate to area of assignment, including work order software, emails, internet, and other college programs. • Previous knowledge of cleaning techniques and operation of custodial equipment. • Satisfactory completion of a medical surveillance physical. • Minimal facial hair or other obstruction that will prevent adequate respirator seal. • Satisfactory completion of required OSHA training related to working the MLB firing range. • Capable of accepting supervision and promptly carrying out instructions.
Additional Preferred Qualifications: • Continuous work experience in the custodial field.
Additional Salary Information: NEW HIRE RATE: New employees hired at $1.00 below the applicable job rate for the probationary period.
Internal Number: AC9953
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