Custodian I & II
What would a typical day on the job be like – what work would I do?
Are you looking for an opportunity to serve your local community? Do you enjoy seeing your hard work shine and make a difference? Well, this may be the position for you!
As a custodian, you will be responsible for performing custodial and manual work in the care and cleaning of City facilities. Day to day, you would be performing a variety of cleaning tasks to ensure City facilities are maintained and kept tidy. This will include dusting or polishing chairs, desks, tables, shelves and other furniture. You could also be vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, waxing or buffering floors. Our custodian team is responsible for collecting and disposing of trash on a daily basis, and tidying furniture as needed.
You will also clean and restock bathroom supplies. Increased sanitizing measures have become a critical part of this role, so it will be important to ensure the facilities surfaces are frequently washed and wiped clean. There are a variety of equipment and cleaning solutions used in this position, so a basic knowledge of cleaning methods will come in handy!
Time management and the ability to develop relationships will be great skills to have in this position, as you will encounter other employees and need to manage your time while cleaning throughout the City buildings. Safety is our top priority for all employees, so you will need to have a basic knowledge of cleaning methods associated with hazardous chemicals and common cleaning equipment.
What are the qualifications for this position?
There are two levels of Custodian that require the following qualifications:
Custodian I – Requires 1 year of related custodial experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Custodian II – Requires 2 years of related custodial experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
This position will also require satisfactory results from local and state criminal background check and pre-employment medical screening. This position is considered Essential, so you will need to report to work during and following natural disasters and emergencies.
The City requires employees in this position to successfully complete the required National Incident Management System (NIMS) Incident Command System Certifications within one year of employment.