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The Division of Student and Campus Life, Enterprise Services is looking to hire full-time temporary support staff to assist with the detailed custodial maintenance, event set-up and audio-visual (AV) support of Cornell's Student Centers, Dining Facilities and other assigned area(s). This is an excellent opportunity to get your foot in the door with this great team!
The Student Centers and Dining Halls are active hubs around campus that, with proper social distancing and cleaning measures, allow students a way to safely meet up with classmates, grab a bite to eat, or find a place to study. This team is driven by a passion for attention to details in order to provide an excellent and safe customer experience.
Hourly Pay Rate: $13.50
Scheduled Weekly Hours: The scheduled weekly hours for this positions is approximately 39 hours a week with an expected end date of July 30, 2021.
Availability requirements: Current scheduling needs are Tuesday through Saturday 2rd shift (3:30pm - 12am) and Saturday through Wednesday 3rd shift (11pm-7:30am)
However, schedule may vary based upon availability, hours of operations, and business needs
Summary of job duties:
Thoroughly clean public area's and restrooms to ensures the operational readiness and safety of key public use areas; including lobbies, offices, classrooms, conference rooms, dining halls, restrooms, and other assigned community use facility spaces.
Clear entrances and fire escapes (shoveling snow, salting and sweeping when necessary)
Provide excellent customer service by clearly and effectively communicating with a variety of building guests and students in a professional manner.
Work as a member of a team, reporting damage, safety issues, and routine maintenance needs.
High School diploma or equivalent
Must be able to effectively read and write in English.
Basic computer knowledge and troubleshooting experience
Must poses & maintain a valid NY State driver's license
Physical Requirements include:
Able to lift 50 lbs. consistently throughout the shift moving tables, chairs, etc.
Able to operate necessary power equipment (i.e. floor machines, vacuums, buffers, etc.)
Able to climb an 8 ft. ladder.
Able to stand for long periods of time
Must be able to work in all weather conditions and extreme temperatures for extended periods.
Must be free of debilitating dust allergies, or have the ability to manage such allergy.
No relocation assistance is provided for this position. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
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