Custodian - Night Shift (Bronx)
Maintain a clean and healthy environment for clients and staff by performing a variety of cleaning and maintenance tasks.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
1. Sweep and clean office and program delivery areas.
2. Remove all garbage from office areas daily.
3. Prepare office for stripping and waxing floors as required.
4. Keeps inventory count at all offices to maintain an adequate amount of custodial supplies.
5. Clears sidewalks and entrances of snow accumulation.
6. Have the ability to complete light plastering, painting and maintenance assignments.
7. Conduct routine assessments of office areas and report to supervisory staff any issues of
concern, including hazardous conditions that may affect the safety of both clients and staff.
8. Assist in unloading of deliveries and ensures that all supplies are properly stored away.
- Facilitate effective communication with other staff within an interdisciplinary context, participate in and contribute to staff meetings and the development of policies and procedures.
- Participate in training and staff-development activities to acquire and maintain both interpersonal and operational skills necessary for successful job performance.
Frequent contact with staff within department; additionally, must have contact with building superintendents and/or property managers on a needed basis.
Collaborative, sensitive and respectful relationships with and clients.
Education: High school diploma and/or GED required.
Experience: Six (6) months of experience providing custodial services in a business or social service environment.
Related Skills: Familiarity with equipment and processes associated with custodial work.
Other Requirements (including Physical Demands):
- Must possess and maintain a clean driver’s license.
- Must have the ability to operate a large vehicle (15 passenger van)
- Ability to assist with overtime as business needs require.
- Ability to lift 75 pounds
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.