Utility Cleaner

US-FL-Tampa
Requisition ID
2017-2619

Position Objective

The Utility Cleaner is responsible for basic cleaning, including cleaning of all common areas, restrooms, entrances, elevators, walkways, windows, furniture, fixtures, stairs, chairs, tables, telephones, drinking fountains, trashing, dusting polishing and other assigned items/areas.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Responsible for all basic cleaning
  • Cleaning of restrooms includes restocking toilet tissue and other dispensers, emptying trash, clean and sanitize fixtures, clean mirrors, spot clean partition doors and walls, sweep and mop tile floors, and clean toilets and urinals
  • Move furniture, vacuum, reposition furniture, empty trash and replace liners
  • Check all trash containers prior to moving it
  • Cleaning includes dust mopping, damp mopping, sweeping, vacuuming, gum removal, dusting, picking up larger objects off the floor and spot cleaning glass
  • Performs additional duties as required, including attending to flooded areas, incidental spills, and related clean-up work for trash and restroom concerns
  • Restock carts and closets at the end of each shift

Knowledge and Skill Requirements

  • High School Diploma
  • Strong communication skills
  • Must be willing to work assigned hours

 

Physical Demands and Work Environment:

  • Must be physically able to bend, stoop, climb and reach
  • Must be able to lift, move and use containers of water, cleaning fluids, and germicidal agents
  • Must be able to lift and use wet mop and other janitorial equipment
  • Work outdoors in all changing weather condition in geographical area
  • Standing and/or walking, sitting, stooping, or kneeling

 

Compensation

Harvard is offering a competitive salary structure including benefit package with medical, dental, life, and long-term disability (LTD) insurance along with 401K Savings Plan.
 
Equal Opportunity Employer 

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