The purpose of the light duty cleaner is to maintain the cleanliness in their assigned area to the highest company standards. They are to carry out the tasks required to perform this action using the equipment, tools, and chemicals supplied to them. They are to work as a team with other team members and ensure the work is completed efficiently, perfectly, and safely.
Duties & Responsibilities
Garbage Removal – lift 40-60lbs throughout their shift, remove garbage, recycling, biohazard containers/bags to their designated area.
Vacuuming – vacuum carpeted areas including stairs, corridors, area rugs, walls, floor/ceiling air vents, diffusers, fixtures, etc.
Scrubbing/Washing & Disinfecting – Wash and disinfect toilet bowls, urinals, fixtures, sinks, counters, furnishings, floors and walls.
Spot Cleaning – Remove graffiti, fingerprints, smudges, scuff marks on floors, walls, doors, glass etc.
Glass Cleaning – Wash clean glass windows, mirrors, doors, and other transparent surfaces.
Polishing – Wash clean and polish metal fixtures, surfaces, etc. including stainless steel, chrome, brass, copper, etc.
Sanitizing – Wash clean and sanitize food prep and cafeteria areas, floors, walls, doors, tables, chairs, etc.
Dusting – Dust clean furnishings, fixtures, equipment, ledges, walls, ceilings, chandeliers and light fixtures, blinds and drapes, etc.
Sweeping/Mopping – Sweep and mop marble, granite, natural stone, vinyl and PVC floors, tiled floors, hard surfaces, etc.
The individual required to fulfill this position must be able to carry out the assigned tasks above, work well with team members and follow directions. They must be hard working, punctual, attentive, productive, well groomed, organized, self reliant, energetic, and team players.
Different work times are applicable from daytime, evening, and midnight shifts. They must work in a fast-paced environment and complete their assigned duties by the end of their shifts. They may be required to work outdoors and with challenging and demanding clients.
They must be able to operate the equipment to be used safely and properly. They must be able to stand and work for long periods of time on their feet. They must be able to lift a minimum of 40-60 lbs comfortably and safely throughout their shift time.