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• Applications will be evaluated based on eligibility and desirable qualifications and interviews may be scheduled. r
The Region I Employment Development Department (EDD) provides custodial service to approximately 972,023 gross square feet for the EDD and office complex located at 722/800 Capitol Mall, 750/751 “N” Street and 721/801 Capitol Mall in Sacramento.
Cleans common and/or executive restrooms daily, using tools commonly used in the industry and applying green cleaning products to disinfect and cleanse floors, fixtures and walls by performing the following tasks: <
• Wipes down and scrubs toilet fixtures, sinks and sink countertops, bright work, mirrors, toilet partitions and doors, and dispenser cabinets.
• Restocks all paper products by unlocking dispenser cabinets with keys or dismantling pump dispensers to refill with liquid soap.
• Wipes down shower doors, stall walls and floors to diminish water spotting. <.
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Performs periodic detail cleaning including but not limited to high (ceilings, walls, corners) and low (less than 3 feet above ground/floor level) dusting using tools such as dust cloths, brushes (fixed length or telescoping), vacuum extension tools and wall-to-wall vacuuming using upright, canister, wet/dry, back-pack or outside vacuum cleaners. < r>
In addition to direction from the Supervisors and the BPM Environmental Safety and Health Unit, promotes the health and safety programs to comply with laws and regulations, Safety training (AB 2189); Injury and illness prevention (IIPP and SB 298); Worker’s Compensation (Title 8 and SB 198.) for the health and welfare self, of other employees and the public by performing in the following manner:
• Reports to supervisors and/or other BPM staff to dispatch skilled or unskilled staff to mitigate and/or abate any unsafe condition observed or reported within the building and adjacent grounds. <
• Applies the BPM ESHOP written guidelines and directives established to fulfill the Occupational Health and Safety Administration Division (OSHA) requirements. <
• Participates in a team environment to execute the plans for Emergency Response, Disaster Recovery and Business Resumption, Hazardous Materials and Waste Manifest to enact prompt mitigation responses upon notice. r
• Attends training for how to handle hazardous materials and how to use environmental safeguards
• Attend on-going safety training as scheduled by the Supervisor(s).
• May use record keeping systems such as Maximo to write, issue and/or complete general, preventive or repair work tickets as needed and PAL to record hours and submits to Supervisor(s).
• Replaces light tubes or bulbs by climbing a ladder.
Knowledge of: Methods, materials, chemicals, disinfectants and equipment used in custodial work, safety practices in custodial work
Ability to: Use and care for custodial equipment and supplies; follow directions; and communicate effectively at a level appropriate to the classification.
• Exhibit professional working manner, poise, tact and discretion to deal effectively in a team environment.
• Interest in assuming increasing responsibility.
• Mature and exercises good judgment. <
• Evaluate situations accurately and take effective action. <
• Learn and apply specific laws, rules, policies and procedures.
• Organize time efficiently and set effective priorities.
• Willingness to work alternate work shifts.
• Requires taking and passing a physical examination for the Custodian Classification.
• Good public and fellow-employee interaction skills.
• Efficiency, conscientiousness and professionalism. <
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• When working in the interior of the building, may need to use passenger or freight elevator to get self, equipment or supplies from one floor to another floor.
• Work involves exposure to unusual elements such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, unpleasant odors, and loud noises. <
• Work environment involves some exposure to hazardous chemicals or physical risks, which require following basic safety precautions. r>
• Work on surfaces which may be slippery or uneven.
• Work in public-accessed areas.
• Typical work activities involve frequent and prolonged periods of standing, walking extended distances, bending, stooping, kneeling or squatting while performing duties. <
• Reach or stretch by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in any direction.
• Requires physical work, lifting, pushing, or pulling required of objects up to 50 pounds.
• May climb ladders or stairs.br>
• Understand written and verbal communication.
• May need to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions or decimals. <
• Apply common sense in personal safety and the safety of equipment in the performance of duties.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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