To be eligible for this position you must meet the minimum qualifications stated below.
Position Summary: Janitors are responsible for the cleaning, maintenance, and care of public buildings and adjacent grounds and sidewalks. Janitors perform similar duties as Cleaners, but have additional responsibilities such as supervise Cleaners; respond to building issues and perform basic unskilled maintenance; submit work orders for building repairs requiring semiskilled or skilled trades staff; order and restock cleaning supplies; and distribute and collect keys. A Janitor supervises up to ten Cleaners.
Performs a variety of cleaning, maintenance, and care activities in the assigned area including mopping, washing, dusting, polishing, vacuuming, moving and setting up furniture, emptying trash, recycling, and other related duties as described in greater detail in the classification standard for Cleaner. Performs unskilled repairs and maintenance work such as hanging pictures, curtains, and blinds; fixing or replacing broken shelves and door knobs; performing routine maintenance on manual and motorized cleaning and maintenance equipment; unplugging toilets, traps, or sinks; and other unskilled maintenance and repair work, as assigned. Sets up equipment and seating facilities for public meetings, classes, graduations, and special events. Requisitions cleaning and bathroom supplies, and industrial cleaning agents to clean assigned areas, as directed. Responds to requests for cleaning or maintenance, and refers matters requiring semiskilled or skilled trades work to higher level staff. Reports damages or needed maintenance and repair in assigned area requiring semiskilled or skilled trades staff to higher level staff. Supervises lower-level custodial personnel in the cleaning and care of an assigned area by assigning specific tasks, providing instructions, making sure the work is completed according to custodial program specifications, and monitoring employee time and attendance and signing time cards.
Minimum Qualifications: Non-Competitive; Must be physically able to perform the tasks of the position and to communicate effectively to obtain and convey information.
How to apply: Please submit your application, cover letter, resume and contact information for three professional references, one being a current supervisor, at jobs.brockport.edu by October 13, 2019.
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