$33.79-$41.09 Hourly / $5,857.00-$7,122.00 Monthly / $70,278.00-$85,462.00 Yearly
According to Civil Service Commission Rule 109, the duties, specified below are representative of the range of duties assigned to this job code (class) and are not intended to be an inclusive list.
1. Assigns and supervises assistant supervisors and a large group of custodians engaged in performing a variety of cleaning tasks in buildings and surrounding areas at various sites.
2. Requisitions and maintains inventory of janitorial supplies, materials and equipment; maintains records of usage manually or by using automated systems.
3. Maintains personnel, time, and vacation/holiday records and work schedules; prepares and evaluates time records and other related reports in order to ensure staffing needs and day to day operational needs.
4. Develops, updates, and evaluates work and/or safety standards, policies and procedures by inspecting the quality of custodial services in public buildings. This includes enforcement of work and/or safety standards, and suggesting alternative methods of cleaning for improvements, and conducting and/or overseeing safety training meetings.
5. Monitors and/or participates in furniture and equipment moving activities to prevent potential or actual safety hazards; completes industrial accident forms when necessary; responds or makes recommendations to emergency situations.
6. Makes field checks of buildings and other assigned areas to maintain standards of work performance and a satisfactory work progress;,ensures quality, and scope of all completed work; inspects and secures public buildings.
7. Receives, investigates, responds, and/or resolves complaints regarding custodial services.
8. Evaluates the performance of subordinate staff; writes performance evaluations; counsels, documents, and initiates and participates in the disciplinary process to enforce departmental and City policies, procedures, and regulations.
9. Coordinates the operation and care of custodial tools and equipment; distributes and collects keys and equipment, and issues supplies to custodial employees.
10. Assists in the development of the facility maintenance plan and work schedules; inspects, verifies, and ensures completion of work assignments according to specified schedules.
11. May serve as a contact person for the public and for other departments regarding custodial services.
12. Communicates with staff, clients, vendors, and administrator in person or in writing by preparing and completing a variety of forms, reports, memos and email.
13. Drives motor vehicle to reach various job sites in order to facilitate custodial operations.
14. Coordinates, plans, organizes, schedules, and supervises custodial operations to prepare for special events.
15. Performs related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Knowledge of : janitorial methods and procedures, materials, chemicals, disinfectants and equipment used in cleaning large public buildings and surrounding areas; existing safety laws, rules, methods and procedures including applicable OSHA and EPA regulations to ensure the safety of staff, the public, and building occupants.
Ability to: plan, assign, train, inspect and evaluate the activities of supervisory subordinate personnel engaged in janitorial duties; communicate clearly and effectively as well as understand and correctly follow instructions in English; promote, establish and maintain effective working relationships; write reports or correspondence in a clear, concise and effective manner; identify and resolve problems; use a personal computer; and comply with all legal laws and regulations in order to drive a vehicle legally during the length of employment.
1. Two (2) years of verifiable experience as a custodial supervisor (equivalent to City class 2716) responsible for the supervision of a large group of employees engaged in custodial work; AND
2. Possession of a valid driver's license.
NOTE: All appointees will be required to possess and maintain a good driving record. Depending on the availability of City vehicles, willingness to use his/her own vehicle may be necessary.