MUST SUBMIT PAPER APPLICATION TO MISSION CISD HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE AT 1201 BRYCE DRIVE, MISSION, TEXAS.
Custodian Crew Leader (HS)
Executive Director for Facilities & Maintenance, Custodian Supervisor
LENGTH OF WORK YEAR:
$10.90 - $15.87
Provide students with a safe, attractive, comfortable, clean and efficient environment in which to learn, plan and develop
1. Ability to speak, read and write English at the eighth grade level
2. Six (6) months experience in a job as a janitor preferred or the ability to learn the job through on-the-job training
3. Knowledge of proper sequence of activities required to perform the job preferred
4. Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with co-workers and supervisor
5. Ability to fully comprehend instructions/directions written in English to at least the 8<SUP>th</SUP> grade level
6. Ability to perform work tasks independent of constant supervision
7. Ability to perform repetitive work on a continuous basis
8. Ability to match or discriminate between colors by sight or from memory sufficient to distinguish color safety codes and perform job accurately and safely
9. Ability to move hands easily an skillfully to handle/operate tools/machines to perform required tasks
10. Ability to interpret school policy and procedure in relations to the job position, safety, and health
11. Ability to perform a variety of different types of tasks without the variety itself causing a loss of efficiency
12. Ability to follow both written and verbal instructions that require individual thought to complete the task or a series of tasks
13. Ability to perform activities of a routine, concrete, organized nature
14. Such alternatives as Board may require
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
1. Work generally under the supervision of the Executive Director for Maintenance in day-to-day job assignments and follow directives of the campus principal as special need arises.
2. Monitor the work of the day and night shift custodians on the campus.
3. Keep an inventory of supplies and equipment, and requisition such needed replacements from maintenance department ahead of time.
4. Make minor building repairs as able such as changing light bulbs, hanging pencil sharpeners, etc., and to report major promptly to the principal.
5. Report immediately to the principal any damage to school property.
6. Regulate heating and air conditioning systems under the direction of the Executive Director for Maintenance to provide temperatures appropriate to the season and ensure economical usage of fuel, water and electricity.
7. Keep buildings and premises, including sidewalks, driveways and play areas, neat and clean.
8. Sweep classrooms daily, dust furniture and keep all floors in a clean and attractive condition and in a good state of preservation.
9. Curb, hose-down and disinfect toilet floors daily, and clean all sanitary fixtures and drinking fountains daily.
10. Wash windows on both the inside and outside at least twice each year, and more frequently if necessary.
11. Remain on the school premises during scheduled working hours, and remain during nonschool hours when the use of the building has been authorized and his/her attendance required by the principal.
12. Check daily to ensure that all exit doors are open, all panic bolts are working properly, and all alarms are turned off prior to scheduled activities.
13. Move furniture and equipment within buildings as required for various activities and as directed by the principal.
14. Comply with local and state laws and procedures for storage and disposal of trash, rubbish and waste.
15. Learn proper safety procedures; follow safety regulations in the performance of duties; and report accidents immediately.
16. Keep a sufficient inventory of materials, tools, and equipment on the site to perform job requirements without interruption.
17. Attend meetings as directed by the supervisor.
18. Perform minor and routine maintenance through painting, plumbing, electrical wiring, and carpenter activities.
19. Learn proper safety procedures; follow safety regulations in the performance of duties; and report accidents immediately.
20. Perform all duties in a safe manner to avoid injury to oneself and/or others.
21. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Occasionally (0 to 33% of the work day) lift and/or carry objects weighing up to 100 pounds of weight with frequent (34 to 66% of the work day) lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 50 pounds or constant (67 to 99% of the work day) lifting and/or carrying objects weighing up to 20 pounds
2. Stand up to 2 ½ hours at a time during the work day
3. Walk up to 2 ½ hours at a time during the work day
4. Climb ladder up to 15 feet in height
5. Kneel, stoop, and/or crawl on occasion (0 to 33% of the work day)
6. Reach from ground level to above head (with one or both hands) with up to 20 pounds of weight on occasion (0 to 33% of the work day)
7. Grasp and handle tools, materials, and other objects weighing up to 100 pounds
8. Push/pull with approximately 20 pounds of strength to use broom, mop, electric floor polisher/buffer, lawn mower, etc…
9. Vision of 20/20 (corrected) with a minimum of 60 degree field vision
The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties that may be assigned or skills that may be required. I acknowledge I received a copy of this job description.
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The Mission Consolidated Independent School District does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, gender, age, national origin, disability, military status, or on any other basis prohibited by law.