The Custodial Worker maintains a safe and clean environment in and around assigned Student Life residence halls, offices and other properties for student residents, guests and staff; responsible for day-to-day cleaning as well as other housekeeping duties involved with special housing operations; cleans rooms, offices and public areas; cleans most flat surfaces, furniture, windows, vents, and light fixtures; may count, issue, and receive linen; operates basic electrical cleaning equipment; maintains floors and carpets; moves furniture; removes trash; clears snow; cleans building entrances and walkways; reports any damage or theft discovered in work area; may be asked to respond to emergencies; climbs ladders and scaffolding; normal work shift is scheduled between the hours of 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; weekend work is required.
Six months in Custodial Worker 1 title or equivalent experience; documentation of successful completion of department specific, advanced custodian certification testing (examples include Cleaning Management Institute, 3M™, S.M.A.R.T. Program, or other certification program recognized in the cleaning industry as reputable); ability to add, subtract, multiple and divide whole numbers and to read and write common vocabulary.
Housekeeping/custodial experience in a commercial, institutional, or educational environment; Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) Certification.
Target Salary: $12.00 - $12.00 Hourly
Job Category: Civil Service
Job Appointment (FTE%):
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