Education standard high school diploma or satisfactory completion of any General Education Development (GED) Testing Program
General Must be physically able to operate heavy-duty floor scrubbing and rug shampooing equipment, to lift/move heavy objects, and to work from ladders with due regard to safety. Must be able to follow both written and oral instructions, to work well with others, to comprehend and follow instructions and communicate effectively.
One year of custodial experience preferred. Ability to respond to emergency calls during off-duty hours preferred. State of Georgia motor vehicle license preferred.
Ninety-day probationary period applicable
Continuation of employment determined upon administrative review
Twelve month schedule as determined by approved calendar and/or administration
To provide students and school personnel with a safe, attractive, and clean environment.
1.Sweep; mop; scrub and apply finish to floors.
2.Dust, and clean classrooms, offices, and other areas as designated.
3.Wash windows inside and outside.
5.Clean restrooms and replenish supplies.
6.Move office equipment and furniture for thorough cleaning.
7.Clean and polish metal hardware.
8.Report damaged structures and equipment.
9.Operate various mechanical, electrical and battery-operated machines to aid in performing the above tasks.
10. Make minor repairs to custodial equipment as needed, such as vacuum bag replacement, etc.
11. Perform minor maintenance tasks such as bulb replacements, etc.
12. Possess and maintain valid and appropriate license, certificate and/or credential as may be required for this position.
13. Follow work schedule and attendance requirements in a regular, predictable and punctual manner, demonstrating prompt and regular attendance as well as ability to adapt to an extended/flexible work schedule.
14. Participate in training programs as required to increase skills and proficiency related to assignment.
15. Ensure adherence to good and appropriate safety procedures.
16. Follow federal and state laws, as well as School Board policies and administrative directives.
17. Perform other duties as assigned.
Job descriptions are designed and intended only to summarize the essential duties, responsibilities, qualifications, and requirements for the purpose of clarifying the general nature and scope of a position's role as part of the overall organization. Job descriptions do not list all tasks an employee might be expected to perform and they do not limit the right of the employer/supervisor to assign additional tasks or otherwise to modify duties to be performed even if seemingly unrelated to the basic job. Every employee has a duty to perform all assigned tasks. (An employee who is assigned a duty or task believed to be unlawful should report the assignment to the Human Resources Director.) It should also be noted the order of performance responsibilities as listed in the job description is not designed or intended to rank the duties in any order of importance relative to each other.
In filling a vacant position, preferred or required credentials regarding education, training, experience, and other bona fide occupational qualifications may be established. The credentials shown in this job description may be interpreted only as the minimum criteria existing at the time the description was developed. Other bona fide occupational qualifications and criteria may be utilized as needed in the selection process.
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