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Lead Floor Care Custodian

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Please see Special Instructions for more details.

Working shift will be Monday- Friday, 11pm until 8am and at senior management request

Posting Details

Position Summary Information

Position to be Filled Lead Floor Care Custodian
PVA Number 17-046
Employment Type Full Time (FT)
Months Per Year Twelve (12) Months
Salary
Minimum Required Education/Training

High school diploma or GED equivalent

Professional knowledge of various floor cleaning equipment, such as Hi/Low speed buffers, propane buffers, and automatic floor scrubbers.

Minimum Required Experience

Minimum of 1 year of verifiable floor cleaning experience

Valid NCDL driver’s license

Must have some building cleaning experience and the ability to read and write.

Preferred Education/Training, Experience, Skills
Special Instructions to Applicants

Working shift will be Monday- Friday, 11pm until 8am and at senior management request

Application Deadline 11/20/2017

Extended Job Description

Definition

DEFINITION

The Lead Floor Care Custodian is responsible for leading floor maintenance and ensuring that all floor technicians have proper knowledge, training and supplies for all assigned tasks. This is a working lead position responsible for the overall floor maintenance of non-carpeting surface (stripping, waxing, buffing) of areas that include offices, classrooms, corridors, lobbies, entrances, stairwells and other public areas such as cafeterias.

Supervision Received/Exercised

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receives direct supervision from Custodial & Floor Care Coordinator

Provides direction to floor care crew

Essential Functions

ESSENTIAL AND OTHER IMPORTANT FUNCTION STATEMENTS—Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Essential Functions:

• The Lead Floor Care Custodian will strip, wax and or polish all non-carpeted locations by using proper and professional floor maintenance equipment and chemicals.
• The Lead Floor Care Custodian will also perform duties which include moving large furniture and objects and implement certain safety guidelines to avoid damage to them and others.
• The Lead Floor Care Custodian will utilize floor maintenance equipment, including but not limited to hi/low speed buffers, propane buffers and automatic floor scrubbers.
• Lead Floor Care Custodian will need to ensure the maintenance of the floors is completed in accordance with professional specifications and procedures.
• The Lead Floor Care Custodian will insure that the floor is clean and safe for the staff, faculty and students.
• Responsible for monitoring the working areas by utilizing the safety barricades, wet floor signs remove them after floor maintenance is completed.
• Must follow the safety rules and regulations.
• Responsible for maintaining all floors using proper chemicals according to specifications
• Must have extensive professional knowledge in the maintenance of different kinds of commercial floors including but not limited to VCT, and TERRAZZO
• Act as a lead of the floor care crew team to coordinate and delegate tasks and handle escalated issues as a senior level team member.

Other Important Functions

Other Important Functions:

• Polish furniture in class rooms and lounges after floor maintenance is completed.
• Empty trash, paper and rubbish after floor maintenance and insure that area is clean and ready for the next work day
• Maintain a positive working relationship with faculty, management, staff, co-workers, and students
• Train new Floor Technician personnel
• May shovel snow to prepare college buildings for opening
• May be required to perform custodial services at Supervisor discretion

Knowledge of

Professional knowledge of building floor specifications, supplies and equipment

Professional knowledge to properly maintain TERRAZZO/VCT floors and the equipment used for their proper maintenance according to specifications

Ability To

Ability to use floor maintenance equipment and supplies economically and efficiently

Ability to understand and follow basic oral and written directions

Maintain physical ability to perform appropriate assigned duties and responsibilities, which may include the following:
- walking or standing for extended periods of time
- bending, stooping, climbing, or lifting up to 50 pounds
- operating and maintaining assigned equipment

Posting Specific Questions

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    • Yes, I understand and have fully completed all requirements.

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
Optional Documents
  1. Resume/CV
  2. Cover Letter
  3. Unofficial Transcripts
  4. Other Documents 1
  5. Training Certification