Custodian II

Definition of Class This position coordinates and participates in the care, cleaning and general housekeeping of a building, residence area, or section of a large building of the University. Provides technical guidance to subordinate personnel and prepares work assignments of same.
Examples of Work Performed
Coordinates and participates in the care, cleaning, and general housekeeping of an assigned University building or facility to include maintenance of housekeeping duties and requisition and issue of required cleaning supplies.
Conducts daily inspections of assigned areas to ensure completion.
Discusses general housekeeping procedures with personnel of the assigned area; implements changes in procedures.
Reports any mechanical, structural or electrical condition in need of repair or replacement.
Participates in all housekeeping and cleaning duties.
Makes work assignments in accordance with predetermined schedules; reviews the work of lower rated employees; assists in the training of new personnel.
Advises supervisor regarding specific personnel actions as needed.
Performs similar or related duties as assigned or required.
Essential Functions These essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following. Additional essential functions may be identified and included by the hiring department.
Coordinates and participates in the cleaning, servicing and stocking of supplies in University buildings.
Inspects assigned areas to ensure completion of work.
Coordinates work assignments and assists in training new personnel.
Minimum Education/Experience Education:
Ability to read, write, and understand basic instructions.
Two (2) years of experience related to the above described duties.
A valid driver s license may be required depending on the department
Compensation Data To learn more about our pay structure and view our salary ranges, click here to visit the Compensation page of our Human Resources website. This link is provided for general pay information. Hourly rate or salary may vary depending on qualifications, experience, and departmental budget.

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