Perform routine, manual work utilizing knowledge of various custodial materials, equipment, methods and procedures used in maintaining a clean, neat and orderly building. May clean, sweep and remove trash from multiple campus parking garage structures, provide special services to the Chancellor's residence and emergency support to the Special Work Assignment Team (SWAT). Responsibilities may include maintenance of designated buildings and related fixtures and routine repair of fixed equipment and buildings. Work is subject to spot checking for neatness, cleanliness and workmanship with periodic review for overall effectiveness. Functional contacts include co-workers, service department employees and all personnel utilizing building facilities.
Perform duties in the care and cleaning of buildings (e.g., garages, offices, classrooms, entry ways, and restrooms). Clean floors (e.g., sweep, mop, and wax), empty trash receptacles, dust furniture, clean windows and other cleaning related duties. May sweep and shovel snow. May order cleaning supplies and equipment repairs as needed. May be assigned to work in areas requiring special use of disinfectants, cleaning techniques and sanitation procedures or use of special equipment (e.g., large sweeper, power washers).
May prepare rooms for meetings by setting up chairs, tables and necessary equipment.
May occasionally fabricate simple fixtures or devices for use in the building or assist superiors in fabrication of more complicated apparatus.
May provide support for emergency responses and/or large moves/events.
May perform building security duties such as locking and unlocking doors, checking windows, turning lights on or off, etc., report items that need repair to superior. Report damages and repair needs to appropriate staff. Report and clean graffiti from surfaces when found.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Ability to read and write.
A valid driver's license may be required for certain positions.
One year of general custodial experience.
Some knowledge of methods for cleaning equipment and buildings; mechanical ability for minor repair of equipment.
Ability on a daily basis to:
Visualize work area and determine what tasks need to be performed
Bend, squat, reach, stretch, walk, stand, sit, grasp and twist repeatedly
Climb stairs, step stools, and ladders; climb and descend stairwells
Lift, carry, and set down objects of moderate weight (25-50 lbs.)
Work may include one or more of the following:
Working in areas of extreme temperatures
Wearing a backpack vacuum for long periods of time
Wearing protective mask and hearing protection devices
Working around dust and cleaning chemicals
Good physical coordination and mechanical aptitude sufficient to perform assigned duties.
Application Deadline March 30, 2018
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The University of Missouri, St. Louis offers benefit-eligible employees a wide variety of benefits including; health, dental and vision coverage effective on the first day of employment, vacation & sick time accrual, four personal days per year, tuition assistance for employees and their dependents, pension and employee & dependent life insurance. For more information about our benefit, please visit http://www.umsystem.edu/totalrewards/benefits .
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