Sep 16, 2020

Elementary Assistant Head Custodian- Washington Irving Elementary

  • TrulyHired
  • Edmond, OK, USA
Full-time Administrative

Job Description


245 Days per year.

8 Hours per day.

Grade 20; $11.58-$14.37 an hour.

Revised 03-05-12

ASSISTANT HEAD CUSTODIAN

JOB DESCRIPTION

Department: Custodial Services Length of Contract: 245 days per school year. Grade: 20, 30 or 40.

Immediate Supervisor: Head Custodian

Evaluated by: Immediate Supervisor in collaboration with Custodial Management and Site Administration.

Salary: Salary is dependent upon previous like experience according to the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Job Objective: Serve and maintain all buildings and grounds in a clean, safe, and professional manner in order to provide positive educational experiences.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Custodians.

Work Environment: Inside Edmond Public School District facilities, outdoors during all types of weather and occasionally on roof tops and ledges. Custodians are in regular contact with students, the general public, and other EPS personnel.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Education, General Aptitude, and Experience: High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED), including basic math. Basic computer skills. 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 up to 2 years custodial experience, floor care, and/or general maintenance.

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, 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.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Leadership: Direct team(s) toward custodial objectives and teach team all aspects of cleaning operations.

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

Security: Secures/unlocks buildings as needed. Monitors premises for inappropriate activity.

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

Bad Weather Duties: Remove snow and ice. Determine 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: 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 supervisory staff.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

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. Able to effectively communicate objectives.

ASSISTANT HEAD CUSTODIAN

DESCRIPTION OF EVALUATION AREAS
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Cleaning and Maintenance: Able to perform and explain all cleaning procedures. Addresses cleaning and maintenance quality issues proactively. Contributes fair share of effort to the team's work. Security: Secures/Opens facilities as needed. Helps monitor life safety equipment and alarm systems. Monitors and reports inappropriate activity on premises. Contacts appropriate personnel as needed. Grounds Maintenance: Ensures mowing, edging, and weed-eating is done in a timely manner. Ensures trash is picked up daily, and outside trash containers are emptied in a timely manner. Removes snow and ice as needed. Supplies and Equipment: Exercises cost control. Helps maintain an adequate stock of supplies. Uses and maintains department equipment to highest standards. Reports any needs for maintenance and repair in a timely manner. Energy Management Helps maintain and facilitate all aspects of the Energy Management program within the building, including scheduled shutdowns. Helps Energy Management ensure prescribed conservation settings. SAFETY COMPLIANCE Regulatory: Complies w/OSHA, Federal, State, and Local Policies, Procedures and Regulations. Attends and participates in mandatory training programs. Is able to teach and describe guidelines and procedures. Ensures Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is used. Is proactive in compliance. Departmental: Complies with District and Departmental Policies and Procedures. Maintains a safe environment. Workplace related injuries are documented within policy time frame. Follows instructional and warning labels on chemical containers. Ensures proper chemical mixing ratios and proper use of dispensing systems are followed. Submits facility safety reports and safety training reports in a timely manner.
III. GENERAL EXPECTATIONS
Efficiency: Completes assignments with little or no supervision in a neat and timely matter. Demonstrates a sense of urgency. Readily accepts other duties as assigned. Handles multiple demands and competing priorities. Eliminates obstacles to productive performance. Communication: Interacts with staff, students, parents and community in a positive and professional manner. Able to clearly give and receive instructions. Seeks assistance and/or clarification as needed. Actively listens to input and concerns. Works as a team player. Cooperates with others to seek win/win results. Follows chain of command if issues arise. Integrity: Behaves in an ethical way toward all people in all situations. Keeps "confidential" information confidential. Accepts responsibility to correct problems and concerns. Appearance and Attendance: Sets a good example of 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. Judgment and Decision Making: Looks for ways to improve processes and service. Makes timely and effective decisions, taking immediate action when necessary. Seeks input to avoid "rushing-to-judgment." Planning Skills/Task Completion: Effectively prioritizes work assignments. Coordinates activities with other employees and outside groups. Helps control key access and distribution. Sets high standards of performance. Leadership and Team Commitment: Effectively trains and mentors team members. Management By Walking Around (MBWA) conducting informal inspections to confirm departmental procedures are being followed including orderly custodial closets and carts. Helps clarify roles, responsibilities, and team priorities. Adapts leadership style to fit the situation. Acknowledges team accomplishments and provides constructive feedback. Shows commitment to team/department objectives.
8. Information Technology: PC literate; has a working knowledge of Windows, data entry, electronic files and forms, and e-mail.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.

  • Position Type: Full-time
Job Categories: Administrator > Assistant Principal/Dean/Head
Support Staff > Custodian
Contact Information
  • Human Resources at Edmond Public Schools
  • Phone: 405-340-2800

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