SUMMARY Follow guidelines established in Custodial Training Manual and Custodial Policy and Procedure Manual by Facilities Management Division. Supervises or directs and works with the assigned housekeeping staff in cleaning and maintaining buildings and grounds to ensure safe, clean and comfortable conditions for occupants.
QUALIFICATIONS: Work usually requires a level of knowledge normally acquired by obtaining a High School Diploma or a G.E.D. Work usually requires one (1) to three (3) years or progressively responsible work experience in the area of Public or School Building Housekeeping. Supervisory experience would be helpful.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Supervises a small sized staff of custodians engaging in cleaning and performing light maintenance work inside and outside the building.
Directs or performs the cleaning of walls, windows, floors, furniture, and other fixtures (for example, lights and commodes within the building); selects the appropriate cleaning materials and equipment for cleaning.
Directs or performs such maintenance tasks as changing light bulbs, cleaning filters, replacing or oiling worn belts, possibly cleaning boiler, placing boards over broken windows, or making emergency repairs of furniture, or structural damage, or calling appropriate department for repair.
Ensures building security, locking and unlocking doors for cleaning or special school events taking place after regular hours; checks for unauthorized persons in building; call security at opening or closing of building; checks and locks windows.
Directs or performs maintenance on the grounds surrounding the buildings including such tasks as mowing, picking up litter, trimming bushes, moving snow (with motorized snow removal equipment or shovel); selects equipment for use on such tasks, determines if work is of sufficient quality.
Directs or performs such tasks as minor painting, shampooing carpets, cleaning out incinerator, or carrying trash to dumpster. Directs or performs the moving of furniture such as desks, tables, and chairs.
Orders and receives cleaning supplies, cleaning equipment and grounds equipment from the buildings and grounds division by referencing the supplies list.
Inspects buildings and grounds and responds to comments from Principal to determine the need and/or tasks for the building. May unload and stock paper and cleaning supplies for school.
Responds to emergency calls, regardless of time of day, including coming to the building to make emergency repairs during unscheduled hours.
Performs other related duties as assigned by Principal