Performs a variety of cleaning and semi-skilled duties which includes but is not limited to: vacuuming, mopping, washing tables, windows, bathrooms, dusting, waxing, stripping floors, moving heavy furniture, light bulb replacement, preventative maintenance, etc.
Completes all duties listed on the daily schedule and maintains daily upkeep of assigned area and equipment.
Complies with all School District and OSHA policies.
Wears all needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to complete work.
Performs janitorial and light maintenance duties.
Organizes and cleans assigned maintenance coop and cart.
Completes all required preventative maintenance request in a timely manner.
Records all needed repairs and reports items to custodial lead.
Ensures building and property is secure during shift and reports incidents and hazardous conditions to custodial lead.
Removal of snow/ice and application of snow melt around the building to insure safety.
Works under the supervision of the Facilities Manager, Building Principal and the Coordinator of Maintenance Services.
Performs other duties within the level of responsibility assigned by the supervisors.
- Minnesota Driver’s License
- High School diploma or GED required.
- Must be able to work with minimal supervision
- Exceptional customer services skills
- Exceptional record keeping and documentation skills required
- Ability to work effectively with others and utilize effective team-building skills
- Ability to communicate ideas and directives clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Strong computer skills.
- Experience and knowledge of cleaning methods and equipment
- Basic understanding of the upkeep, care and safe operation of motorized equipment used for cleaning i.e. auto scrubber, buffer, snow blower, tractor, genie lift, pressure washer, extractors, sweeper, Kaivac, etc.
- Able and willing to use a backpack vacuum for cleaning is required.
- Willingness to learn and share new and better methods of cleaning with supervisors.
Common and Shared Accountabilities for All Positions:
- Stooping, bending, occasional awkward positions. Must be able to lift over 50 lbs., 80 lbs. assisted.
- Ability to work in moderately hazardous conditions in outdoor environments and within buildings
- Moves up to 50 pounds of project materials and/or tools to remote building locations.
- Erect and stand on scaffolding, ladders, and platforms lifts, at heights up to 30 feet for extended periods of time.
Employees of the Rochester Public School District #535 are expected to support the goals, model and promote an environment that is respectful for all, and work collaboratively with other staff to focus on the needs of the learner. A quality, customer focus that conveys a welcome attitude, an adaptability to change, and a desire for continuous improvement is also expected of all employees. In addition, staff are to respect confidential matters, encourage a safe and secure environment throughout the schools, and be dependable and accountable employees.
Rochester Public Schools is the second largest employer in Rochester, Minnesota with approximately 2,800 employees. Of those employees, approximately 1,400 are teachers and 650 are paraprofessionals.
Rochester has the seventh largest enrollment in Minnesota with 17,800 students based on enrollment and spans 218 square miles throughout portions of Olmsted and Wabasha Counties.
The student population mirrors the growing diversity of the community with a minority student population of 34.50 percent.
Rochester, Minnesota is a city of 114,000+ and twice voted "The Best Place to Live in America" by Money magazine.
Rochester is home to the world-renowned Mayo Clinic. Our city draws residents and visitors from around the world.
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