Cleaners are responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the building or residents’ home in which they work by performing various cleaning duties. Duties and hours may vary dependent upon the size of the building and the number of teammates they may be working with. A cleaner may be responsible for any or all the following tasks. Tasks may also change throughout a cleaner’s employment.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Note: This is not an all-inclusive list. Additional duties may be assigned.
Restrooms Cleans and disinfects sinks, countertops, toilets, mirrors, floors, etc. Replenishes bathroom supplies. Polishes metalwork, such as fixtures and fittings.
Floors Sweeps, mops, vacuums, floors using brooms, mops, and vacuum cleaners. Other floor
work may be required such as: scrubbing, waxing and polishing floors.
Break rooms /Kitchenettes
Cleans and disinfects sinks, countertops, tables, chairs, refrigerators, etc. Replenishes break room supplies.
Dust Dusts furniture, equipment, etc.
Trash Empties wastebaskets and recyclables and transports to disposal area.
Other Duties Cleans rugs, carpets, and upholstered furniture, using vacuum cleaner (hip or back pack). Washes walls and woodwork. Washes windows, door panels, sills, etc.
Note: Additional cost for added cleaning (i.e., refrigerators, freezers, etc.)
?? Reports to work each day and on time and works extra hours when needed.
?? Employee must comply with proper safety policies and procedures as required (i.e., when using cleaning chemicals, reporting incidents, etc).
?? Provides excellent level of customer service to both internal and external customers.
?? The employee must be able to determine the neatness, accuracy, and thoroughness of the work assigned.
?? If required to travel for business maintains a valid driver’s license and good driving record.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to:
?? Walk and stand
?? Bend forward
?? Kneel down
?? Wear a hip/backpack vacuum
?? Reach and grasp
?? Push and pull objects