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Job ID: 131369

Temporary Building Environmental Services Technician /Student Center
North Carolina A & T State University


Date Posted Oct. 11, 2019
Title Temporary Building Environmental Services Technician /Student Center
University North Carolina A & T State University
Greensboro, NC, United States
Department Temporary Employment
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
 
 
  • Part-Time/Temporary Staff
  • Facilities/Maintenance/Transportation
 
 

To perform general cleaning procedures that would ensure the University Student Center is neat, sanitary, tidy and healthy for students, faculty and staff.

Knowledge – Technical

Perform general cleaning duties to maintain a healthy environment that include: – Empty trash cans, wash windows, buff and vacuum; use of a scrub machine; carpet cleaner and wet vac. – Replenish paper supplies and soap in toilets and sanitize restrooms, tubs/showers. – Clean woodwork, base boards, shift furniture to clean area, make minor repairs and replace light bulbs and fluorescent tubes as needed. – Perform preventive maintenance on cleaning equipment to assure proper operation. – Strip, wax, buff and care for tile and terrazzo floors – Physical ability to assist with setting up tables and chairs for meetings. – Perform other duties as assigned.

Communication Skills

- Listens to instructions, asks necessary questions to complete tasks.

Safety and Health Compliance

- Practices safe operating procedures with cleaning chemicals and equipment, around students, faculty, staff and throughout all buildings/assigned areas. Attends safety meetings, wears personal protective clothing.


 
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