240 Days per year.

8 Hours per day.

Grade 10; $11.08-13.87 an hour.

 Begins 9-2-21




Education, General Aptitudes and Experience:  High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED), including basic math.  Able to communicate clearly and concisely both in oral and written form.  Able to read and comprehend procedures and regulations.  Able to organize and plan effectively.  Preference is given to those with 1 year custodial, floor care and/ or general maintenance experience.  Participate in mandatory training.


Physical Demands:  While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to: stand or walk for long periods of time, sit, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, balance, climb, see, talk, and hear.  While performing the duties of this job the employee is occasionally required to: reach with hands and arms fully extended, lift and or move up to 50 lbs, and work at heights up to 35 feet.


Evaluation and Training:  This position is subject to evaluations and mandatory training.

The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilities required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



Cleaning:  Floor care including: vacuum, buff, burnish, strip and carpet care. Clean restrooms, empty trash and other cleaning as assigned.


Security:  Secure/ unlock buildings as needed.  Monitor premises for inappropriate activity.


Grounds Maintenance:  Mow, edge, weed-eat, pick up trash, empty outside trash containers.


Bad Weather Duties:  Removal of snow and ice.  Ascertain any facility damages and report findings.  This position is considered to be one of “essential personnel” and will be expected to report to work on bad weather days.


Energy Management:  Help maintain and facilitate all aspects of the Energy Management program within the building.


Other Duties as Assigned: In order to adequately provide service, security, safety and quality to our students, staff and faculty, other duties may be assigned by the supervisory staff.



The ability to work well with others, be service minded, work responsibly with little or no supervision, exercise integrity, make decisions, have a positive outlook and professional appearance.


  1. Cleaning and Maintenance: Maintains a clean and orderly custodial closet and cart.  Submits maintenance work requests to supervisor in a timely manner.  Satisfactorily completes the tasks of each Specialist duty.

     2. Security: Secures/Opens facilities as needed.  Monitors and reports inappropriate                 activity on premises. 


  1. Grounds Maintenance: Efficiently mows, edges, and weed-eats. Picks up trash daily and empties outside trash containers as assigned.  Removes snow and/ or ice as needed. 


  1. Supplies and Equipment: Exercises cost control.  Properly uses, and maintains department equipment to highest standards. Reports any needs for maintenance and repair in a timely manner. 


  1. Energy Management: Helps maintain and facilitate all aspects of the Energy Management program within the building, including scheduled shut downs and prescribed conservation settings.



  1. Regulatory: Complies w/OSHA, Federal, State, and Local Policies, Procedures & Regulations.   Attends and participates in mandatory training programs such as: Asbestos, Blood-borne Pathogens, FERPA and Right-to-Know; is able to describe these guidelines.  Uses Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as needed.   


  1. Departmental: Complies with District and Departmental Policies and Procedures. Sustains a safe environment. Workplace related injuries are documented within policy time frame.  Follows instructional and warning labels on chemical containers.   Adheres to proper chemical mixing ratios and proper use of dispensing systems.



  1. Efficiency: Performs daily walk through inspection of assigned area.  Completes assigned tasks daily in a neat and timely matter.  Completes assignments with little or no supervision.  Readily accepts other duties as assigned.


  1. Communication: Interacts with staff, students, parents and community in a positive and professional manner.  Actively listens to input and concerns.  Clearly expresses facts and ideas.  Works as a team player; cooperating with others.  Able to give and receive directions.  Seeks assistance and/ or clarification as needed.  Follows chain of command if issues arise.


  1. Integrity: Behaves in an ethical way toward all people for all situations.  Keeps "confidential" information confidential.  Accepts responsibility to correct problems and concerns. 


  1. Appearance and Attendance: Has satisfactory attendance and punctuality.  Monitors his/her time and attendance records for accuracy.  Exhibits satisfactory hygiene and attire.   Makes every effort to be at work on inclement weather days.


  1. Judgment and Decision Making: Takes immediate and independent action when necessary.  Sets high standards of performance. Eliminates inefficiencies, redundancies, & obstacles to productive performance. Looks for ways to improve processes and service.  


  1. Planning Skills / Task Completion: Effectively prioritizes work assignments. Is a team player in coordinating activities with other employees and outside groups.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, sit, and talk or hear.  The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.