• Restrooms – Cleans and disinfects sinks, countertops, toilets, mirrors, floors, etc. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Polishes metalwork, such as fixtures and fittings. Sweeps and mops floors as needed.
• Floors – Sweeps, mops, and vacuums floors using brooms, mops and vacuum cleaners. Other floor work may be required such as: scrubbing, waxing and polishing.
• Sweeps and mops floors as needed.
• Dust – Dusts furniture, equipment, partitions, etc.
• Trash – Empties wastebaskets and recyclables and transports to disposal area.
• Other – Duties cleans rugs, carpets, and upholstered furniture. Washes walls and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels, partitions, sills, etc. Cleans and maintains perimeter of the building and the parking lots.
• Assists with loading and/or unloading supplies, equipment and materials, if requested.
• Maintain the overall condition and appearance of agency properties through grass cutting, general landscaping, collecting trash/debris, etc.
• Picks up janitorial and/or maintenance supplies as needed.
• Attends meetings and in-service trainings as required by supervisor.
• Performs other tasks as assigned by supervisor within skill sets.
• High School Diploma or its equivalent.
• One year of experience paralleling the major duties of the job.
• Experience in industrial or commercial cleaning preferred.
• Experience in general maintenance such as carpentry, painting, plumbing, etc., and use of applicable tools preferred.
• Possess basic oral and written and communication skills, including ability to read and write legibly, understand assembly instructions and general building maintenance manuals.
• Must be 21 years of age.
• Must complete a satisfactory Criminal Background Check within timeframe established by the program.
• Must be flexible and eager to accept new challenges, and have a positive attitude and outgoing personality.
• Must pass a physical examination and drug screen by an approved physician prior to employment.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license. And a Department of Motor Vehicle driving record that meets the “Clean Driving Record”.
• Must complete Blood Born Pathogen Training within agency specified timeline.
• Must complete OSHA training for proper handling and labeling of hazardous materials.
• Union position.
• Up to 8 hours per day.
• Typically, Monday – Friday.
• Days and hours of work may vary based on program operations.
• Must have the flexibility to work overtime per program needs.
• Must be able to travel out-of-town when program operations require it.
• May need to provide own tools to complete certain maintenance jobs.
• Frequently lifts, moves, transports, carries program supplies, delivery orders, maintenance equipment/tools for minor electrical, carpentry, mechanical and plumbing repairs, agency equipment and furniture up to 50 lbs.
• Must possess physical abilities necessary to perform all duties as outlined, included but not limited to: climbing, bending kneeling, crawling, crouching, pushing/pulling, lifting, repetitive motions, etc.