PS108431 - 8 Hour Custodial Crew I - Regular (Pool Position)
Job | Posted 4 months ago
Contract Days: 224
Salary: $17.73 per hour, plus exceptional benefits.
Hours per day: 8
Under direct supervision, the Custodial Crew I performs routine cleaning and other related tasks in elementary, middle, senior high schools or other district-owned facilities. The Custodial Crew I works under the direction of the Custodial Assistant II, Custodial Foreman, and/or Custodial Supervisor.
NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK:
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Sweeps, scrubs, waxes and polishes vinyl, linoleum, tile, wood floors or other surfaces.
- Vacuums and shampoos rugs and carpets in school, offices and rooms.
- Cleans and dusts walls, furniture, woodwork, lockers and other equipment.
- Picks up papers and other refuse on grounds and sweeps walks and entrances.
- Cleans and polishes metal work such as door panels and handrails.
- Empties and cleans waste containers.
- Assists in moving or rearranging chairs, tables, desks, furniture and other equipment.
- Replaces light globes and fluorescent tubes.
- Maintains equipment used in the course of work.
- Performs special custodial work upon the request of staff members and supervisor.
- Makes minor maintenance repairs to furniture and other building fixtures.
- Reports safety, sanitary, fire hazards and needed maintenance/security repairs to the supervisor.
- Assists in the complete cleaning and routine maintenance of buildings and grounds during summer vacation.
- Cleans restrooms and shower rooms, which includes scrubbing toilets, sinks and drinking fountains, washing mirrors, walls, and filling dispensers.
- Washes windows throughout the school/facility.
- Cleans assigned classroom desks, sinks, and counter tops in a timely manner.
- Washes, vacuums, or dusts food dispensers, the cafeteria freezer, windowsills, showcases, exposed beams, skylights, fire alarm bells, fire sprinkler pipes, and other surfaces.
- Meets and assists members of the public who have permission to use the facilities.
- Assures the cleanliness of an assigned section of the school building.
- Performs support services for special events and other activities at the school. This duty involves setting up chairs and/or tables, positioning bleachers, placing or removing mats in the gymnasium, unlocking doors and courteously responding to inquiries from students, teachers, and others utilizing the facilities.
- Required to provide contact phone numbers for call out lists and respond to after hour and weekend emergencies such as fire alarms, security alarms, snow removal, water leaks and vandalism. This duty may require adjustment of regular work hours necessary to cope with the problem.
- Removes snow and ice from walkways as required by weather conditions.
- May be scheduled to work for Custodial Foreman III or Custodial Assistant II to cover for absences.
- Secures buildings as directed.
- Fulfills other related duties as assigned.
- Fulfills performance standards identified in the evaluation process as required by the position.
- Fulfills working conditions and physical effort listed below.
The employee works primarily indoors during the late afternoon and evening hours. However some outdoor responsibilities may occur during inclement weather such as snow removal. This employee also needs to be able to lift materials, trashcans, waxes, equipment and tables weighing up to 50 pounds and/or maneuver equipment, supplies and furniture weighing up to 100 pounds. Heavy lifting of items weighing above 50 pounds should be performed in a team-lift arrangement or with the aid of tools such as handcarts or dollies. During the summer and other periods when students are not in the building, the night custodians may be assigned to work the day shift along with the regular day crew.
It is important that this employee enjoy working with students, staff, parents, and the public. The employee must also be capable of climbing a ladder in order to install lights, clean out rain gutters, and retrieve playground/athletic equipment.
The employee receives requests for various types of service from staff, students, public, and parents. Some of these requests include refilling paper dispensers, cleaning cafeteria spills, replacing light bulbs, hanging pictures, setting up meeting rooms, removing insects, and cleaning up human and animal waste.
Certain situations may require changing work hours, days, and locations. Therefore, the Custodial Supervisor has the authority to adjust the assigned hours, days and work location for custodial employees.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Modern cleaning methods and the use and care of cleaning materials and equipment.
- Requirements for maintaining school buildings and grounds in a safe, clean and orderly condition.
- Methods, materials, equipment and tools used in routine building and grounds maintenance.
- Operation of heating plant and equipment and basic shut offs.
- Safety practices.
Possess the physical ability to regularly attend work and fulfill the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation.
- Ability to bend, twist, stoop, walk, climb, reach, carry, lift, push, pull, drag, and stand for up to 8 hours per day.
- Use cleaning materials and equipment with skill and efficiency.
- Communicate clearly and appropriately in speech and in writing in accordance with educational standards.
- Read, understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
- Adhere to the district requirement for a drug-free workplace.
- Obtain or possess a valid Oregon driver’s license and maintain an insurable status for automobile and liability coverage as required by the position.
- Maintain current standards regarding handling of blood borne pathogens, asbestos and hazardous chemicals.
- Learn to deal with bodily fluids.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Equivalent to a high school education or GED. The position requires the basic ability to read, write, and communicate, the ability to understand simple directions and basic mathematical concepts, and to read simple measuring devices. This position requires no prior work experience.
The position requires a limited knowledge of simple work procedures or methods. Some knowledge of School District practices or job routines may be necessary for proficiency. On-the-job learning time could range from one week to one month; there is some variety, but procedures are largely repetitive. Job proficiency can be acquired in up to six months.
Bend-La Pine School District 1
1410 SE Wilson, Bend, OR 97702
Compare with State
Amount per Student
State Average: $11,490
% ELL Students
State Average: 9%
Student Teacher Ratio
State Average: 19.82
% IEP Students
State Average: 15%
State Average: 297