- Works under the supervision of the Floor Technician Supervisor who reports to the Director of Environmental Services.
- Operate heavy equipment such as carpet machines, floor machines and vacuums.
- Performs routine floor care, including, but not limited to scrubbing, refinishing and buffing of floor surfaces.
- After initial training on the job, the employee is responsible for following standard procedures in maintaining an assigned area.
- Must follow work schedules and established policies and procedures.
- Must work well under stress and tight deadlines.
- Must work well with supervisors, co-workers, residents, family members and visitors.
- Maintains all floors, carpets, stripping, refinishing and daily maintenance of various floor types and surfaces.
- Cleans floors daily by dusting and damp mopping and floor machine as prescribed by schedules and procedures.
- Buffs and sprays floors to consistent polished appearance as prescribed by procedure.
- Ensures all entrance ways are clean and that they are maintained.
- Shower scrubs kitchen floor weekly and cleans mats.
- Follows cleaning procedures by following precautions to prevent falls by staff, patients and visitors by placing signs near wet floors and positioning equipment out of the pattern of traffic.
- Completes all assignments as scheduled at the Acute, CCC and other assigned facilities.
- Sets up tables and chairs for meetings as directed. Moves furniture and other equipment to complete floor duties.
- May drive cargo van occasionally.
- Performs other custodial assignments including storing of supplies. Able to lift up to 100 pounds. Some lifting overhead.
- Maintains equipment in good working condition and returns it to the proper storage location after use.
- Keep the custodian closet and storage area in a clean and orderly manner.
- Puts Customer Service First: Ensures that customers and families receive the highest quality of service in a caring and compassionate atmosphere which recognizes the individuals’ needs and rights.
- The ability to stand and walk for prolonged periods of time.
- The ability to push and pull up to 75 lbs.
- The ability to grip and grasp.
- The ability to lift up to 100 lbs.
- Ability to read, write and follow simple oral and written instructions
- The ability to be supervised.
- The ability to work as a Team.
- The ability to have positive personal interactions with staff, patients, residents and visitors.
- Education: None required but High School diploma or equivalent is preferred.
- Experience: Have recent successful structured work experience, related work experience preferred.
- Certifications: valid California Class “C” Drivers License and insurable by the District.
- Understand, follow and implement written, verbal or demonstrated instruction.
- Perform heavy work, exert up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, exert up to 50 pounds of force frequency exert up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
- Be able to climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach, stand, walk, push, pull, lift, grip, grasp.
- Perform repetitive motions on a regular basis.
- Use appropriate safety precautions and procedures.