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Custodian - Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown University Law Center is seeking a new Custodian. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Performs general and specific cleaning and maintenance tasks to provide a clean, safe and pleasant physical environment.
Other duties assigned are, but not limited to: furniture moving, office cleaning, class room cleaning, restroom cleaning, exterior entrances cleaning, emergency support, supporting special event set up and break down, and cleaning all public spaces.
Availability and willingness to work during emergency situations such as staffing shortages and snow removal. Examples of emergency service are snow removal; inclement weather and water damage clean up.
Performance of duties involves using tools, equipment, and supplies of the trade
This position reports directly to the Manager of Custodial Services. The position may report to another manager or staff member as assigned by the immediate supervisor or Director of Facilities Management.Primary purpose is to provide building support services that ensure a safe, clean and comfortable environment for the University community. Employees are expected to behave in a professional manner, comply with policies and practices, be flexible with respect to scheduling and work as a part of a team. This position is considered an emergency position.
All levels of physical work including lifting, bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, and scrubbing.Requires strong back and endurance for physical labor.
Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Requires observance of safety rules and regulations that meet state, federal, and local governing jurisdictions.
May be required to drive University vehicles when necessary. Must have valid driver's license in Virginia, Maryland, or District of Columbia. Must be qualified to conform to University Driving Policy.
Reading, writing, and conversing in English in order to read and understand product label instructions, policies and procedures, as well as to effectively discuss custodial matters with supervisors and others.
Ability to sit, walk and stand while working, and to use arms and hands to lift and carry up to fifty pounds and custodial equipment.
Good attitude and customer service orientation.
High School diploma or equivalent preferred.
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