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ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN
Environmental Services Technician
The Human Resources Department announces the
position of Environmental Services Technician reporting to the Facilities
Specialist II and Assistant Directors. This position is considered essential and is
required to report to work as scheduled during University closings.
Responsibilities include: sweep, mop and scrub
floors, stairs, and other surfaces inside/outside of buildings; scrub, strip, wash
and polish floors using industrial type floor machines; vacuum carpets in
offices, classrooms, halls, and public areas; shampoo carpets periodically using
heavy extraction machines and other carpet shampooing machines; clean and dust
furniture, exhibit cases, pictures, door trim and whiteboards using recommended
cleaning supplies; clean, disinfect and service lavatories, rest rooms, showers
and locker rooms; wash windowsills, interior/exterior windows, glass in
corridor doors, and wash glass and trim in entrance doors/vestibules; wash
and/or clean interior wall spaces by hand or with powered wall washing machine;
remove, wash, replace and adjust Venetian blinds and curtains; vacuum and wash
ceiling lights and HVAC fixtures; work on ladders as required; move furniture
and complete set-ups/tear-downs for University functions and outside rental
groups; clean and service cigarette urns, ashtrays and surrounding areas of
exterior entrances and buildings; collect and replace containers with trash
liners and take trash to designated area for pick-up or specific trash
location; replace liners in wastebaskets, trash containers and recycle
containers; adjust, clean and maintain all vacuums, scrubbers, carpet machines,
walk behinds, kiavacs and other operating equipment in work areas; adjust/change
brushes, pads, rollers, belts and other attachments; move and assemble heavy
furniture, supplies and misc. equipment as directed; report items needing
repair, using the proper work order request, noticed while performing duties;
call Operations Center for issues that need immediate attention; make initial
attempt to unclog toilets, sinks, bathtubs and showers; place recommended drain
conditioner or odor control in sinks, toilets, shower and floor drains
routinely; remove snow using manual tools from building steps, entrances and areas
not easily accessed by motorized vehicles including spreading anti-skid
material and hand shoveling entrances, steps and walkways as needed/requested,
around all buildings as directed; receive/unload delivery trucks; and perform
related work as required.
High school diploma or GED.
Two years of experience in applied trade.
Ability to receive work orders verbally or in writing, ability to work well with co-workers.
Ability to bend, stoop, lift, climb ladders or scaffold, remain standing and walking for long periods of time; ability to lift 50 pounds.
Ability to work with chemical substances.
Must work outside in all types of weather, at times in unpleasant areas, must clean spills of various substances including body fluids.
Overtime is required as needed; vacation approval may be limited during peak activity periods.
Ability to report to work during any University closings.
Must be able to work any shift at any University location.
Internal Application Deadline: April 30, 2015
External Application Deadline: Until Position Is Filled
Starting Date: As Soon As Possible