Uses various tools, equipment, and cleaning materials to include, but not limited to hand power scrubbing and polishing equipment, small and large vacuum cleaners, large commercial type buffer, broom, dust brush, dust pan, wet and dry mop, bucket mop wringer, special cleaning solution, and chemical cleaners.
Operates designated floor equipment to include auto-scrubbers, burnishers, buffers, carpet extractors to strip, scrub, and shampoo and wax floors, all surface cleaners, or other larger mechanical machines at least 3 days per week as a primary duty. Must demonstrate proficiency in operating these machines.
High school diploma or equivalent preferred; significant related experience/training may substitute.
One year or more years of experience preferred.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Ability to read and write such as to be able to read labels on cleaning and detergent materials, disinfecting solutions, and so forth.
Ability to operate large powered vacuum cleaners, cleaning and buffing equipment.
Ability to interact and/or work with faculty, students, staff and visitors in a respectful and courteous manner.
Ability to lift carry or otherwise move and position objects and materials weighing up to 50lbs.
Ability to stand, walk or otherwise move about campus on a continuous basis.
Ability to ascend/descend stairs on a regular basis in order to sufficiently clean them.
Valid Driver's license preferred.
Classified Title: Custodian Floor Tech
Working Title: Custodian Floor Tech Role/Level/Range: SWORKER3/01/BU Starting Salary Range: $14.39 hour, increases to $17.56 after 12 months Employee group: Casual until 90 day probationary period completes, then full time. 40 hour work week from start date. Schedule: M-F 3:00 PM - 11:30 PM Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 04-MD:School of Medicine Campus Department name: 10002573-SOM Admin Facilities Support Services Personnel area: School of Medicine
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